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Alamon has inspected millions of wood utility poles across the U.S., but we haven’t forgotten the importance of earning your business. Experience the Alamon difference and get a quote today.
Alamon Utility Services East is led by Matthew Warner, an established, industry veteran with a long work history in utility construction and maintenance. In addition to his experience overseeing a variety of successful large-scale D&T pole inspection and treatment projects in the eastern U.S., Matthew has a keen ability as a communicator and leader. He heads a strong team of supervisors and project managers with a combined 30+ years of industry experience, and a dedicated quality-control manager who has worked in the field for over 20 years.
Established in 1975, Alamon is an employee-owned company with decades of experience helping some of the nation’s largest utility companies, service providers and Fortune 500 corporations build, manage and maintain their infrastructure.
Our experienced Utility Services team specializes in assessing your specific needs, and tailoring a program that best maximizes the life of your pole inventory to deliver maximum return on your infrastructure investment.
In addition to providing a variety of inspection, treatment and reinforcement options, Alamon works with you to develop a custom program based on geography, climate, pole species, budget and state regulatory requirements.
Our inspection methods include Visual and Sounding Inspection, Visual Sound & Bore Inspection, Non-Destructive Inspection, Partial Excavation Inspection and Full Excavation Inspection. The choice of which method(s) to employ is dictated by which of them best suits your specific needs.
Alamon’s Remedial Pole Treatment programs are a ‘booster’ shot to your poles’ original preservative treatments. Whether you employ External Preservative Pastes, Internal Fumigants and Rods, or Internal ‘Void Fill’ Liquids, a timely pole treatment program can extend the life of in-service poles beyond normal service ranges.
Alamon’s Pole Reinforcement programs help restore poles to code mandated strength requirements at a fraction of the time and cost of pole replacements. Reinforced wood poles with remedial treatments can remain in-service for years to come, greatly extending the original life cycle of these valuable assets.
There is a nationwide demand to add power and communications infrastructure, and existing wood poles can be pushed beyond their maximum load capacities. Alamon can provide many solutions for increasing the carrying capacity of your existing wood poles, including Pole Reinforcement and/or Extended Trussing.
Alamon’s in-house IT/GIS team specializes in moving field data to and from Client GIS. Whether collecting and delivering pole inspection data, or identifying attachments on your Utilities’ poles, Alamon has the expertise to deliver your data. Ask our team about Asset Inventory and Management, Attachment Surveys, Overhead Detailed Inspection (NESC and/or GO95) and Project Progress Mapping.
Using a wide range of Pole Loading platforms, Alamon can help supplement your workforce, or perform standalone PLA services. Alamon has the staff and experience to assist your team with Fielding, Pole Loading Analysis, and Make-Ready design to make sure your poles are NESC/GO95 compliant.
Whether for engineering firms, pole owners, or Joint Use applicants, Alamon can play a key part in your company’s broadband buildouts.
Alamon provides fire protection for your wood pole inventory using Wildfire Shield from Armor Built™. Wildfire Shield is a durable and long-lasting resin system that provides protection from extreme heat. When a Wildfire Shield wrapped pole is exposed to a wildfire, the intumescent coating activates, creating an effective heat insulation barrier which helps protect the wood from the fire’s damaging heat.
Please tell us about your organization and how we can reach you, and we’ll get in touch (usually within one business day). We look forward to discussing your project with you.