Heavy Equipment Operator Saves Tax Payers Thousands

David Petersdorf is a problem-solver and his successful attempt to speed up the process of painting stripes on highways in Idaho has gained him “Maintenance Person of the Year” status from the Idaho Transportation Department.  It’s also saved Idaho taxpayers about $115,000 in one year. Seeking a better way to paint sections of highway without…

Nearly 7,000 heavy-equipment operators will be needed in British Columbia.

Throughout the past month, Christy Clark surprise hammered home the promise of job creation by touring construction sites and natural gas plants. The role of heavy equipment operator is in fact in large demand: B.C. is expected to need nearly 7,000 of them over the next decade, in no small part due to energy projects.…

EHE Ensures Security, Just as the TSA Ramps up Security Measures

U.S. Homeland Security officials “felt it important to crank up” security measures at certain overseas airports last week— with new intense procedures, including the requirement that some passengers power on their electronic devices before boarding, in place to detect new types of bombs. Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE) has also ramped up its security measures. U.S.-bound passengers…

EHE Leading the Way with Social Media and Content

According to a recent study, more than half of consumers, 55 percent, say their experience of communicating with brands via social media is “disappointing” or “mediocre” and approximately 30 percent say they expected companies to reply within hours when contacted via social media. Thanks to the initiatives started by Expert Heavy Equipment (EHE), those within…