KENNESAW, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Enercon Services, Inc. (ENERCON) has added a San Clemente office located at 1201 Puerta Del Sol to serve Southern California Edison's (SCE) San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, bringing the total number of ENERCON offices to 25 nationally and internationally.
ENERCON, specializing in environmental, engineering, licensing, technical and management services will be adding additional resources to support its nuclear utility clients as a result of this expansion.
ENERCON President John Richardson said, "Our Power Generation Division is opening an office in San Clemente to support a recently awarded Engineering Services Contract from Southern California Edison Company for its San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Under this contract, ENERCON will be providing Design Engineering Services in the Civil, Structural, Electrical, Instrument and Control, Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering disciplines. The opening of the San Clemente office is our third one in California. Delivery of high-value services to our clients has continued to facilitate job growth and market expansion.”
About Southern California Edison
An Edison International (NYSE:EIX) company, Southern California Edison is one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, serving a population of nearly 14 million via 4.9 million customer accounts in a 50,000-square-mile service area within Central, Coastal and Southern California.
Founded in 1983, ENERCON, an Equal Opportunity Employer, provides a broad range of professional services to private, public, and government clients throughout the United States. With 23 U.S. offices and 2 international offices, along with over 1,400 professionals in a broad range of disciplines, ENERCON has substantial capabilities that help clients address energy and environmental needs of today and tomorrow. Engineering News Record magazine ranks ENERCON in the top 200 U.S. Environmental Firms and in the top 60 U.S. Design Firms. ENERCON is also ranked in the top three of all U.S. Engineering Services providers to the Nuclear Industry.