Mike leads Three Phase Line Construction and directs the teams responsible for strategic planning, P&L, asset management, business development, project management, engineering, procurement and construction. During the course of his more than 30-year career, he’s been a vice president or chief executive for union and non-union electrical and transmission & distribution line construction firms. He’s also directed operations for M.J. Electric and Siemens Power Transmission and Distribution. Early in his career, he was a project manager for Eversource Energy and Bechtel Construction. He received his master’s degree in business administration from St. Mary’s College of California and his bachelor’s degree in construction engineering at Iowa State University.
Christina oversees the teams responsible for engineering, procurement and construction on transmission, distribution and substation projects across the Eastern United States for Three Phase Line Construction. She is responsible for strategic planning, P&L, business development and asset management for the Northeast. She has more than 15 years of experience in the construction industry and has spent over 10 years at Three Phase Line Construction where her roles included senior director of operations, project management and construction estimating. Christina is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®. She received her bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of New Hampshire.
Eric manages Three Phase Line Constructions’ Midwest transmission and distribution division. Prior to joining Three Phase, he was a division manager for PAR Electrical Contractors, LLC in St Louis, Mo. Eric has an extensive background in the electrical energy sector with an emphasis in transmission and distribution. He previously worked for: GridLiance, a NextEra Energy, Inc. company; Ameren Corporation, and Southwest Power Pool. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and holds various professional certifications.
Lou leads the substation construction team for Three Phase Line Construction’s eastern division. After earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut, his utility career began as a union member in the telecommunications industry. In 2008, he transitioned to power utility operations where he has remained. With 25 years of experience at investor-owned utilities and utility contractors, he is dedicated to his team and ensuring projects are performed safely and successfully.
With more than 30 years of safety and health management experience in the electric and gas utility industry to draw from, Rudy directs Three Phase Line Construction’s programs for preventing accidents. Rudy is particularly adept at: developing training safety programs; managing, auditing, and improving EHS processes; and ensuring compliance with health and safety plans. Earlier in his career, he held EHS management roles with Northline Utilities and Avangrid. He also served as U.S. Navy weapons officer, responsible for the security of nuclear weapons aboard the USS John Adams. Rudy received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Binghamton University and is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and a Certified Utility Safety Professional.
Ed leads the gas operations group at 3P Utility Services, a sister company of Three Phase Line Construction. Prior to directing operations at 3P Utility Services, he was an operator qualification evaluator, client liaison and assisted with project bids and safety across the Midwest. Prior to joining 3P Utility Services, he spent more than 40 years with Ameren Illinois in various supervisory roles before retiring in 2018. Along with more than a dozen safety and OSHA certifications, Ed holds a degree in utility distribution technology.
Kevin leads Three Phase Line Construction’s substation construction projects. His experience before Three Phase Line Construction includes more than 30 years as a Project Manager and Project Engineer at Meade Inc., Kenny Construction, the Gas Technology Institute, and GE Power Systems. During those years, his work ranged from directing overhead electrical distribution and substation projects to selling distributed generation programs worldwide. Kevin earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy.