Potomac Testing, a TechPro Power Group company, announced the acquisition of Electrical Maintenance & Testing, a NETA Accredited independent third-party electrical testing firm based in Carmel, Indiana.
Brian Borst, EMT’s President, said, “We are very pleased to join Potomac Testing and the TechPro Power Group family of companies. We will be able to continue our deep commitment to the highest standards of safety, quality and service to customers, while enabling our team to further grow professionally as part of an industry-leading organization.”
Ken Bassett, President of Potomac Testing, said, “By addressing the many opportunities for union project work together with EMT’s operational leadership and technical staff, we expect to be able to better serve and expand our combined customer base with stronger capabilities and greater experience. In addition, we look forward to sharing best practices and certain back office functions to the benefit of our combined teams.”
Based in Carmel, Indiana, EMT is a NETA Accredited independent third-party electrical testing firm, specializing in power distribution equipment testing, maintenance, and life extension services. EMT also provides Engineering Services, including Short-Circuit, Coordination, and Arc Flash Hazard Analysis. For more information, please visit http://www.emtesting.com.
A TechPro Power Group company, Potomac Testing, established in 1985, specializes in low, medium, and high voltage electrical equipment services: from NETA acceptance and maintenance testing, planned and emergency field services, power quality and engineering studies, to retrofitting and refurbishment of electrical equipment. For more information, please visit http://www.potomactesting.com.
Established in 2017, TechPro Power Group is a family of companies providing electrical, instrumentation and control testing and start-up and commissioning services as well as electrical test equipment rental, sales, calibration and repair to the power, oil & gas, process industries and other industrial end markets. Its holdings include Potomac Testing and Technical Diagnostic Services, LLC.