BESCO began in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1950. From our humble beginnings, we have grown to become an industry leader throughout the Southeast region and across the United States.

BESCO’s commitment and success has come from a strong foundation of principles, which have guided the organization since our founding.

Never compromise safety, quality, and craftsmanship.

Our first priority is the safety of our people and our safety ratings are reflective of this commitment. Safety starts with training and ends with daily workplace evaluation and quality assurance. We believe a safe workplace allows the most talented people to deliver the highest in quality and craftsmanship to our clients.

Exceed client expectation on each job.

We are proud that a large portion of our business comes from satisfied repeat clients and strong recommendations from those we have serviced. Any company can claim ‘great customer service’, but we think 60 plus years of service speaks for itself.

Cultivate a premier and positive work environment.

BESCO has excelled because of our people and their commitment to BESCO and our clients. As an organization, we believe it’s our responsibility to make that same commitment to them. Benefit packages, healthcare, advancement opportunities, highly-skilled training, and a resolute dedication to cultivating talent means the client, obtains the best team available.

Positively contribute to our communities and our environment.

While we have continued to expand into new areas of Tennessee and across the country, we have maintained our loyalty to each community that has embraced the BESCO name. Over the years, we have supported several wonderful organizations through monetary contributions and volunteer hours, including: building homes with Habitat for Humanity, working side-by-side with the Emerald Youth Foundation, and long supporters of the Boys and Girls Club of America, The Salvation Army, and many more. We are proud of the work these organizations do and are grateful for the opportunity to support them.

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We certainly appreciate our Lineman! Its a challenging and dangerous job that doesnt always get enough credit.  So if you have power today Thank a LINEMAN!
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