The Many Faces of NUCA 2014 Convention

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The NUCA Convention is a time for recognizing individuals and chapter members and staff for their hard work and commitment to their industry and the association. Their participation keeps NUCA strong and improves our ability to provide top-notch industry advocacy and benefits valuable to all members.

NUCA Dirt

What is DIRT?

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As utility and excavation contractors, we all know what dirt is because it is the soil we dig in all the time. However, there is another definition of dirt; one that is very important to our industry and every contractor should be familiar with it. DIRT is actually the acronym for Damage Information Reporting Tool.

Utilities Unearthed

Utilities Unearthed

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With more than 19 million miles of buried utilities in the United States, there are plenty of obstacles to navigate around when performing an excavation project. While services such as One-Call are a great starting point at identifying a utility’s location, exposing a utility is the only sure way to know where that valuable infrastructure truly lies.

Construction Industry Pledges to Hire More Than 100,000 Veterans

Construction Industry Pledges to Hire More Than 100,000 Veterans

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During the Feb. 10 “A National Symposium: Veterans’ Employment in Construction,” hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor and Joining Forces, First Lady Michelle Obama and U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez celebrated a broad coalition of construction employers and associations that have collectively pledged to hire 100,000 veterans over the next five years.

Donation of Brutus HDPTO Utility Vehicles Saves CAN/AM Hockey More Than $10,000

Donation of Brutus HDPTO Utility Vehicles Saves CAN/AM Hockey More Than $10,000

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Donation of Brutus HDPTO Utility Vehicles Saves CAN/AM Hockey More Than $10,000Polaris Industries Inc. and its Newport, N.Y., dealer Moody’s Polaris donated four Brutus HDPTO commercial utility vehicles for the 10th-annual Lake Placid, N.Y., CAN/AM Adult Pond Hockey Tournament held Jan. 24-26. The donation saved the organization more than $10,000 in rental costs.