Madison, AL, February 21, 2019: Brett Varner joins Mesa as Associate Vice President of Transmission and Distribution. Brett previously worked at South Carolina Electric and Gas and will replace interim VP, Tim Cutshaw. His responsibilities include profit and loss responsibility for the Power Delivery Transmission business unit as well as overall management for transmission line design, distribution design, and associated support services including civil/structural engineering and design, siting and routing, survey, realty, right-of-way acquisition, and Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) services.
Brett began his career with South Carolina Electric and Gas in 2002 as a Distribution Engineer in Columbia, South Carolina. In 2004, he served as a Local Operations Manager for two distribution crew quarters where he was responsible for all aspects of distribution operations. In 2009, he moved to the Power Delivery Department where he was the Manager of Transmission Engineering and later, the Manager of Power Delivery Engineering where he was responsible for the siting and permitting of substation and transmission infrastructure, relay engineering, substation engineering, transmission engineering, and all material, equipment, and standards for power delivery systems.
Tim Cutshaw, Executive Vice President, says that “Brett is a great addition to Mesa’s T&D team and provides engineering design leadership with utility operational knowledge for both transmission and distribution system.” Brett will be located in Mesa’s Chattanooga, TN office.
Mesa is a woman/minority-owned full service engineering, procurement, and construction management firm headquartered in Madison, AL specializing in providing engineering services for the electric utility, heavy industrial, and government clients.
About Mesa Associates, Inc.
Mesa is a woman/minority-owned full-service multi-discipline engineering, procurement, and construction management firm specializing in providing engineering services for the commercial, government, industrial, municipal, and electric utility industry. Mesa is currently providing over $180M of engineering services to 13 of the top 15 utilities across the United States. Our growth is a result of delivering quality projects and value to our clients with unparalleled customer service. We differentiate ourselves by saying we are Large Enough to Perform, Small Enough to Care.