In June of 2017, Jason M. Spivey was appointed President of Southeast Power Corporation. Mr. Spivey has been involved in the electrical construction industry for 28 years. Mr. Spivey started his electrical career as an Apprentice with Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) and advanced to the positions of Troubleman, Transmission Lineman, as a Certified Journeyman and Transmission Foreman. In 2010, Mr. Spivey was promoted to Transmission Line Supervisor at OUC, a position he held for 5 years. In 2015, Mr. Spivey joined Southeast Power Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of PCA, as a Project Manager for the Florida Regional Office. Mr. Spivey was promoted to Assistant Vice President of the Florida Region. Additionally, Mr. Spivey holds electrical licenses for 11 states.
Executive Vice President
In January of 2017, Jack Brady was promoted to Executive Vice President of Southeast Power Corporation. Mr. Brady, who joined Southeast Power in 2002, has over 50 years' experience in the electrical construction industry and has been responsible for Southeast Power's Carolina electrical construction operations in Spartanburg, South Carolina. He was previously the Vice President of Southeast Power's Carolina Regional office of which he served since 2004.
Mr. Brady's responsibilities will include providing guidance and mentorship to Southeast Power's regional offices.
Jack started his career in 1967, at Wagner and Smith as an apprentice lineman. Later he spent 19 years with The L.E. Myers Company, where he held progressive positions including General Foreman, Superintendent, Project Superintendent, and District Manager over a regional profit center in an eight-state region.
From 1996 until 2002, Jack was with Alcoa Fujikura, Ltd., as Business and Operations Manager, responsible for Project Services.
Executive Vice President, Florida Regional
In June of 2017, Zane Taylor was promoted to Executive Vice President of Southeast Power Corporation. Mr. Taylor has over 30 years of experience in the electrical and power line construction industry. Zane began his career at Mamba Engineering (now Southeast Power Corporation), where he gained early experience in various clerical positions as well as maintenance, supplies, and tools. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tampa.
Zane received experience working in underground and overhead line crews. He continued to develop administrative skills in estimating, inventory control, project management, Lineman's Apprenticeship Training Program Coordinator, and State of Florida Certified Commercial Driver's License Third Party Tester which culminated in his promotion to Vice President in 2008.
Vice President, Texas Regional
Todd Davis has over 32 years of experience in the field of electrical and power line construction. In 1981, Todd began his career in the Florida Keys as an electrical apprentice and later moved on to work 16 years with Kohler Construction Company in St. Petersburg, FL. Todd advanced from an apprentice lineman to general foreman and on to a supervisor role. While employed by Kohler Construction, Todd worked on transmission, distribution, and substation construction projects. Some of his expertise and certifications include Bare Hand and Hot Stick techniques. With a highly reputable work ethic, Todd would later be named Vice President of Transpower Construction Services where he excelled for 13 years. While at Transpower he was responsible for the supervision of all field superintendents, estimating, equipment acquisition and all phases of T & D construction.
Todd began working with Southeast Power in 2013 where he worked as project manager for the Southern Division in the Florida Region. Todd was appointed to Vice President of the Texas Regional Division in 2015.
Vice President, Carolina Regional
In January of 2017, Brian Tilton was promoted to Vice President of Southeast Power's Carolina electrical construction operations. Mr. Tilton, who joined Southeast Power in 2014 as a Construction Manager, has over 30 years' experience in electrical construction.
In 1985, after serving six years in the South Carolina Army National Guard, Brian started working in production at Santee Cooper, South Carolina's largest public utility. After 18 months working in production at a coal-fired generating station, Brian started work in Santee Cooper's Construction Management Department. His work included all aspects of project management and construction oversight including substation and transmission line design, right of way clearing, foundation installation, structure erection, conductor & fiber optic wire stringing, erosion control, and safety. Brian was in charge of the field oversight and inspection of numerous transmission and substation construction projects and continued working in this role until June of 2014. At that time, Brian started working as a Project Manager and was eventually promoted to Construction Manager for Southeast Power's Carolina Regional office.