The Mugshot of Non-Compliance

The Mugshot of Non-Compliance

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Indeed, the dawn of a new day in the world of contracting on certain projects receiving federal financial assistance has arisen. And for those who choose to dwell in the days of the past and ignore the mandates of the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program, the consequences can be life altering.

Western Summit Constructors

Western Summit Constructors

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In support of Homes for Our Troops, a national non-profit that provides specially adapted homes for severely injured veterans at no cost to them, Western Summit’s project team constructed an entire house foundation for U.S. Army Cpl. Nick Orchowski, a veteran who was severely injured while serving in Iraq.

Dave Schmitt Construction Co.

Dave Schmitt Construction Co.

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When the call for volunteers to install playground equipment in the bedroom community of Fairfax, Iowa, went largely unanswered, the Parks Committee asked Dave Schmitt Construction Co. to take on the job.

Down with Downtime

Down with Downtime

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Even with easy-to-access maintenance features, a compact excavator that is running a large job or project will unfortunately often miss routine maintenance checks. All maintenance is important for extending the life and integrity of a machine, and there are a few routine procedures that should never fall to the wayside — no matter how busy the job.

Beyond Compliance

Beyond Compliance

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Safe work is efficient work and efficient work is profitable work. Any contractor who’s been around the track a few times knows that these statements are true. The “P&L effect” of a safe work environment, and the importance of OSHA compliance, are equally good reasons to choose the most effective training program for your workers.