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Harwick Promoted to CNUC Regional Supervisor

CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) has promoted Mark Harwick to regional supervisor in the central and eastern United States. As a regional supervisor, Mark will manage consulting utility foresters and ensure quality service to area CNUC clients. Mark has more than 30 years of experience in vegetation management, three with CNUC. Prior to becoming regional supervisor, […]


CNUC Industry Intelligence Conference Successful

Another successful CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) Industry Intelligence Conference was held November 14 in West Sacramento, CA. The conference was sponsored by Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and hosted by PG&E Operations Manager Stephen Tankersly. Utility vegetation management professionals from all over California were invited to attend. CNUC VP of Operations Derek Vannice presented UVM […]


Tree Line USA Award Given to Avista

In April, the Arbor Day Foundation awarded CN Utility Consulting client Avista Corporation with a Tree Line USA award in recognition of their efforts to provide reliable electric service while preserving a healthy tree canopy across utility service areas.


Consulting Division Expands at CNUC

CN Utility Consulting, Inc. (CNUC), a leader in utility vegetation management consulting and operations, recently promoted Will Porter to director of consulting services and Seth Reid to associate technical consultant.


Grogan Receives WTI Wildlife Protector Certification

SEBASTOPOL, Calif. — Kevin Grogan, lead consulting utility forester working on the CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) contract with NV Energy in Reno, Nev., recently completed the Certified WildlifeProtector program offered by the Wildlife Training Institute (WTI).


Gray Accepts New Position at CNUC

Effective October 17, 2011, Edwin T. Gray assumed the position of Director of Program Development at CN Utility Consulting. In his new position, Gray will be responsible identifying and growing new business opportunities for the company.