Primoris Services Corp. Hires New President of its Utilities Business

As president of Primoris’ utilities business, Moedl will oversee the segment’s strategic direction, encompassing operational excellence, quality performance, client relationships, and employee development.

Colt Moedl has joined Dallas-based Primoris Services Corp. as president of its utilities business segment, a role in which he will serve as a strategic leader focused on safety, growth, and execution.

“I am pleased to welcome Colt to Primoris as we continue to deliver enhanced services and premier offerings to the Utilities market,” Primoris Chief Operating Officer John Moreno said in a statement. “Colt’s well-rounded expertise across all aspects of the industry positions us to provide first-rate governance, advanced solutions, and leading best practices that address our clients’ needs and advance their objectives.”

Moedl has more than 20 years of experience in the utility construction industry, during which he has overseen the delivery of large-scale projects for prominent power delivery and energy infrastructure entities across the nation.

As president of Primoris’ utilities business, Moedl will oversee its strategic direction, encompassing operational excellence, quality performance, client relationships, and employee development, the company said.

Growing the utilities business

“I am thrilled to join Primoris and look forward to applying my results-oriented leadership style to deliver profitable growth of the Utilities business,” said Mr. Moedl. “I feel privileged to partner with such an incredible team and am excited to leverage Primoris’ exceptional talent, resources, and relationships to achieve outstanding results for our clients and the communities we serve.”

Most recently, Moedl was president of Power Delivery Inc. where he managed the development and capital deployment of startups for power delivery entities. Previously, he held leadership roles at both Quanta Services and HDR, with accomplishments including managing large scale billion-dollar programmatic efforts, deploying and directing storm and wildfire responses, and implementing world class engineering, procurement, and construction project delivery, Primoris said.

Primoris Services Corp. is a leading specialty contractor providing critical infrastructure services to the utility, energy/renewables, and pipeline services markets throughout the United States and Canada.

It supports a diversified base of blue-chip customers with engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance services.

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