Five Appointed to Executive, Operations Positions

Patrick Driscoll

Danvers, MA – Homeland Power & Utility, LLC, a full-service electrical construction company, has appointed five staff members to key executive and operations positions.

As vice president of the Utility Division, Patrick Driscoll manages key projects and oversees estimating, contract management, material purchasing, and equipment procurement. His role includes directing field supervision and managing the utility workforce. Driscoll has more than 35 years of experience in electrical construction and utility transmission, distribution and modernization projects throughout the U.S.

Brandon Matthews

As chief of operations, Brandon Matthews is responsible for overseeing the operations of Homeland’s Utility Division. Matthews has more than 15 years industry experience. He formerly worked in project management and operations capacities on major utility projects for LaBella Associates, United Civil, Inc. and TRC Engineers.



Thomas Raye

As superintendent, Thomas Raye is responsible for supervising Homeland’s utility construction teams on major utility line distribution projects and storm restoration projects. An IBEW Local 104 journeyman lineman, Raye formerly worked in project superintendent roles for Sargent Electric and E.S. Boulos Company.



Steven Gammon

As safety director, Steven Gammon is responsible for the management of the company’s safety programs, plans and submittals for commercial electrical construction projects. He also manages training for Utility Division personnel and oversees job site assessments, equipment inspections and weekly safety meetings. As fleet manager, he is responsible for managing Homeland’s fleet to ensure motor vehicle compliance and safety for the Transportation Department.


Michael Loomis

As senior electrical estimator, Michael Loomis manages the estimating department for Homeland’s Commercial Division, with a focus on large-scale electrical construction projects. His 40 years of industry experience spans major biotech, educational, large-scale residential, and commercial projects throughout Greater Boston.


Commenting on the appointments, Homeland president, Jon Carpenter said, “The Homeland Power and Utility executive and operations teams bring a depth of industry experience and an unwavering commitment to delivering electrical construction excellence and the highest industry safety standards to each construction project.  Equally important is the team’s career performance record and focus on on-time, on-budget performance, which is integral to the Homeland mission.”

Homeland Power & Utility is a member of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and a signatory contractor to IBEW Local 103, IBEW Local 104, IBEW 567, and IBEW Local 490.