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George and Joan Schupp open Schupp's Tree Service, Inc.


Schupp's Tree Service begins tree trimming utility lines for New York Telephone, Niagara Mohawk Power and surrounding Municipalities in Upstate, NY.


George purchases his first A-Frame Line Truck for setting power and telephone poles which thus becomes the start of Schupp's Line Construction


Schupp's Tree Service purchases one of the first Tree Sprayers (Roto-Mist) in Upstate, NY


Robert Schupp joins his father eventually becoming Vice President


Schupp's Line Construction wins one of many bids for underground cable pulling contracts for New York Telephone


Schupp's Tree Service and Schupp's Line Construction Incorporate


Schupp's becomes a major installer of Communications Cables for the Olympics in Lake Placid, NY


Schupp's pulls in one of the first Fiber Optic Cables in Upstate from Albany to Watervliet, NY. Corning Cable Manufacturers and Arnco Manufacturer Reps were on-site for this historic event


Daughter Janice begins her life long career at Schupp’s starting with her being the personal assistant and secretary to George.


George's second son Paul joins Schupp's Line with his father and brother


George D. Schupp joins his siblings at Schupp's Line Construction


Schupp's Line Construction builds a brand new 10,000 sq. ft. office and warehouse in Colonie, New York.


Schupp's Line Construction wins master contracts for major phone companies in Albany, NY; Saratoga, NY; Montpelier, VT; Brockton and Cape Cod, MA; and Portsmith, NH. At this time, Schupp's personnel grows to 80 employees


The founder and president George J. Schupp passes away at the age of 61, leaving Joan Schupp (wife) to become acting President


Schupp's Line Construction becomes a Certified Woman Owned Business (WBE) in the State of New York as well as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) with the Department of Transportation.


Under Joan's watch, Schupp's Line Construction becomes a major player in the installation and splicing of long-haul fiber optic cable


Marks the start of three major airport projects in St. Louis, MO with the assistance of Tom Allen Construction


Schupp's becomes a recognized installer of fiber optic cable for such companies as Level 3, Williams Communications, MFS, Telergy, Qwest, XO Communications, MFN, MCI, and Sprint


Joan Schupp retires leaving Janice Olmstead (Joan's daughter) as President


Schupp's builds a state-of-the-art power and communications infrastructure for a Boys and Girls Prison in Upstate, New York


Schupp's Linemen build a 50 mile aerial ADSS Cable project in Northern Vermont bringing communication to remote areas as far north as the Canadian border


Schupp's crews install over 200 miles of a 72 count micro-fiber cable by over-blowing it in an 1.25 inch innerduct with live fiber running inside of it. This project was the first of its kind in the Northeast.


Schupp’s signs a Master Service Agreement with the New York State Bridge Authority for all five bridges on the Hudson River.


After 52 years of successfully being in business, Schupp’s proudly becomes a signatory member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Works (IBEW) Lineman Local 1249 and Inside Electrical Wiremen Local 236.

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