Henkels & McCoy, Inc. (H&M) is a leading utility construction firm providing
critical infrastructure for the Power, Communications, Oil & Gas Pipeline, and
Gas Distribution markets throughout North America.
Founded in 1923 by John B. Henkels, Jr., H&M began as a tree-trimming,
landscaping, and tennis court construction company in Philadelphia. When the
New England Hurricane of 1938 devastated much of the Northeast, H&M sent
teams of linemen to restore services, firmly establishing the company as a key
player in power restoration and utility infrastructure construction.
Today, Henkels & McCoy is one of the largest privately held firms in the United
States that designs, builds, and maintains infrastructure for the energy and
communications markets. With numerous locations and resources that are
strategically deployed nationwide, H&M consistently ranks in the top ten of
Engineering News-Record's annual list of Specialty Contractors.
H&M is a founding member of the ET&D Partnership, a collaborative industry
partnership working to reduce worker fatalities, injuries, and illnesses in the
electric line construction industry. H&M has also been recognized with an E.I.
DuPont Safety Excellence Award.