NTSB hearing confirmed crew completed job safely and professionally
Salem, Mass., Sept. 24, 2019 — Feeney Utility Services Group (“Feeney”), the largest infrastructure service provider to natural gas utilities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, U.S., has been cleared of any malpractices in the Merrimack Valley gas incident by Roger Evans, a senior pipeline accident investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”).
Evans gave Feeney Brothers a shout-out during the hearing for exemplary work, stating that, “The work order itself was executed per the plan. They went down the list item by item by item.”
Evans also credited the safely executed work order to crew foreman “By-the-Book Billy.”
“The NTSB confirmed what we knew,” said Feeney Co-founders Brendan and Greg Feeney. “We have the greatest workforce in the industry, and we will continue to stand behind our employees as they safely build gas distribution infrastructure across New England.”
Watch Roger Evans commend Feeney Brothers during the hearing here.
About Feeney Utility Services Group
Headquartered in Boston, MA, Feeney is the largest infrastructure service provider to natural gas utilities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, U.S. Founded in 1988 by brothers Brendan and Greg, the company offers comprehensive solutions for complex projects in urban, suburban, and rural settings while maintaining a focus on safety, integrity, innovation, and community. Feeney is a CAI Private Equity portfolio company. For more information, visit feeneygroup.com.