ACRT

ACRT is an employee-friendly, client-focused Utility Vegetation Management consulting firm. This means our objective is to help power companies provide safe and reliable electric service.

Location: 
Akron, OH
Type: 
Corporation
Website: 
http://www.acrtinc.com

Headquartered in the city of Akron, Ohio, ACRT is an employee-friendly, client-focused Utility Vegetation Management consulting firm. This means our objective is to help power companies provide safe and reliable electric service.

ACRT boasts of more than 400 employees – each one of whom is an owner of the company. ACRT has been 100 percent employee owned for the last three years of its 23-year history. We work in most states and have satellite groups in Lodi, Calif., Nashville, Tenn., Texas and Florida. ACRT also manages arborist training in six Job Corps centers in Oregon, Illinois, Vermont, Arkansas and Kentucky.

With this dedicated and inherently bottom-line focused group of employees, ACRT has taken its experience in Utility Vegetation Management and has successfully positioned itself as a leader in the industry.

ACRT is the first and largest national vocational commercial urban forestry consulting firm in the United States, and the first national line clearance, tree care, urban forestry training organization. Since that time, ACRT’s multifunctional urban forestry team has grown to include utility arborists, horticulturists, urban foresters, and GIS technicians.

ACRT’s employees represent more than 2,700 years of experience in utility vegetation management, and we use that experience to deliver the highest standard of performance in the industry. From the Everglades of Florida; to the verdant forests of New England, onto the rolling hills of the midlands and the lush green lands of California, Oregon and Washington, ACRT supports vegetation management programs on more than 750,000 miles of transmission and distribution rights-of-way.

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