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Emergency Storm Services
Timely, responsive mobilization of crews. Line clearance, power restoration, and debris removal.
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Townsend aggressively pursues multiple strategies to assure excellence in safety
2300 people
4000 equipment assets
30 states
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Vegetation Management
Integrated Vegetation Management - A Best Practices Solution

Welcome to Townsend

Townsend provides a wide range of services, expertise, and innovative technology to its specialized core markets - vegetation management, power line clearance, herbicide package and application, electric utility line construction, storm-damage relief, and the  manufacture, installation and maintenance of custom control panels, nationally and internationally.

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Safety at Townsend

Safety is our most important value - it always has been and always will be. We are nationally-known as a safety leader in the industry. We are proud of our long commitment to a drug free, safe work environment. Our record sets the bar nationally. This value speaks to our commitment to our employees. We know that our associates work to live, not live to work. Therefore, we are committed to ensuring that every employee goes home every night.

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News

July 1, 2014
Come see us at the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Conference in Milwaukee from August 3rd to August 5th.
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June 2, 2014
The Townsend Corporation is a proud to be a SILVER sponsor and exhibitor at the 2014 Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE)  Conference & Tradeshow at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.
May 29, 2014
Michael Baynum, Assistant Area Manager of Townsend Tree Service, successfully completed the ISA Certified Arborist exam.

Why Vegetation Management

In 2003 the Northeast United States suffered a power outage that was the second most widespread electrical power outage in US history. More than 10 million people in Canada and 45 million people in the United States were affected. The blackout was caused when high-voltage power lines came in contact with "overgrown trees". The cascading effect that resulted forced the shutdown of more than 100 power plants. It took nine seconds for the grid to collapse.
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