Extending Danos' Geographic Footprint with Renewables


By: Reed Pere

As we expand our operations and maintenance support to the industrial solar industry, we continue to take advantage of our ability to work across the continental United States. Danos holds general contractors and/or electrical licenses in multiple states. Because of our operational excellence, strong safety culture and world class recruiting, our customers are recognizing the advantages to using Danos, regardless of location.

The solar work has taken us to the swamps of Louisiana, the sandhills of Texas, the mountains of Utah, the salt flats of New Mexico and the deserts of Arizona, with new opportunities in Colorado and California on the horizon. Our teams are executing basic maintenance, panel replacement, repairing cabling and electrical terminations, and preventative maintenance on motor control boxes.

Danos is registered to work in the following states, and in many of these, we hold electrical licenses that support our solar work: Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.

Night crews working in Coyanosa, Texas.

Crews pulling cable in Utah.

Reed Pere

As Vice President of Business Development, Reed oversees the company's sales and business development efforts. Reed joined Danos in 2006 and was selected the company’s Employee of the Year in 2012. He was named vice president of production services in 2015 and served in that role until July 2018. Reed is a member of South Central Industrial Association, Gulf Coast Safety and Training Group and the Society of Human Resource Management, Reed serves on the advisory board for the Deepwater Operations Conference. He earned a Bachelor of Science in general studies and a Master of Education from Nicholls State University.


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