Spring in Jacksonville
Happy Easter to everyone from Jacksonville. It is a rainy time now in Jacksonville but as you know if we have no lightning we cut. It is natural to have growth when you apply work. Newtons law states “an object at rest, stays at rest and an object in motion, stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an other force”. In that same breath we are propelling to be that office which is the desired place to work.
We are moving forward with some real good projects at hand. We are at the Everbank Field (Jacksonville Jaguar Stadium) track sawing and wire sawing Raker/Beams, and hand sawing Risers for Precast Erectors Inc. where we have Jayson Lowery and Kyle Emrick going at it in full swing. We are also working at the Norwood Waste Water Treatment Plant JEA for Sawcross Inc. where we are taking out an old tank. We have Timothy Speeks core drilling over 300 holes at 6” diameter for sling holes. Justin Engberg is also on that job flush cutting knee walls and also slab sawing roof decks and flying them away.
WW Gay has us working at the Vistakon (Johnson and Johnson) plant where they have Jason Pollard core drilling and hand sawing to meet the customers’ demands. American Bridge still has us coming back for more and more piles to cut.
Thomas Reynolds has made home at the Naval base for Gulf Atlantic Electric, he lives on the Tarmac slab sawing and core drilling!
I would like to say a big thank you to all the staff here at the Jacksonville office for their hard work and dedication that they have been putting in. Keep us in mind if you know a few good candidates we are looking for some good operators! Call Courtney 904 310 2000.