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PLH Group Inc., a portfolio company of private equity firm Energy Capital Partners, has launched Edison Power Constructors Inc. to deliver infrastructure services in the areas of electric transmission, substation and distribution. Based in Phoenix, Edison's immediate focus is to expand its capabilities and market position in the western U.S. power market.

Mike Stefanik has been named president of Edison to oversee all responsibilities for Edison's work in the electric power industry. Before joining Edison, he was vice president of transmission and substations with Kiewit Power Constructors Co. and previously served in various positions for PAR Electrical Contractors Inc. and InfraSource Transmission Services LLC.

"This strategic addition to PLH significantly expands our electric transmission service offerings and complements our existing transmission and distribution construction business in North America,” says Mark Crowson, PLH president and CEO.



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