Blattner Energy Joins HireVeterans.com!

Blattner Energy, Inc is the sister company of D.H. Blattner and Sons which has a long history of over 100 years.  Today Blattner Energy, Inc is partnering up with Hire Veterans to find America’s best and utilize these talented Veterans to continue on with the 100 years of success that they have already accomplished.

In 1907 D.H. Blattner and Sons was formed under the name D.H. Blattner & Co., Railway Contractors.  David Henry Blattner and his crew established a reputation for quality and innovative work helping to build James J. Hill’s Great Northern Railroad.  For the next few generations, D.H. Blattner & Sons established itself as a leader in multiple areas of construction, including heavy civil, mining, and railroad.

Today, D.H. Blattner & Sons focuses on the needs of the heavy civil construction market.  Blattner Energy, Inc is an electrical energy contractor that provides full Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) services to owners and developers of renewable energy across the United States.

Blattner Energy, Inc has built the majority of the largest wind projects in the country.  They pride themselves in customer satisfaction and offer expertise on all points of renewable energy.  This allows the clients to only have to deal with them, and not multiple resources.  In turn this allows them to fulfill projects in the fastest and easiest manner which leaves the customers satisfied every time.

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