Sorensen Companies Inc. (SCI) is a multi-disciplined contractor specializing in utility, communications, electrical, pipeline and roadway construction.
The formula at SCI for long-term success relies heavily on our ability to recognize future trends, adapt quickly to changing markets, and execute with high proficiency.
We pride ourselves on our innovation and the individual talent of each of our highly skilled teams. These abilities help us complete even the most complex projects faster than our competitors at a quality that exceeds industry expectations.
CONGRATULATIONS to SCI for bringing home ABC’s (Associated Contractor’s and Builders) 2013 STEP AWARD.
ABC created the Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) back in 1989. It was written by Contractors for Contractors.
To qualify for the STEP award a Contractor must demonstrate an organized approach for analyzing and developing safety and loss prevention programs. It must incorporate both OSHA required safety data with self-assessment requirements to give a full, wide ranging report on the entire nature of a company’s Safety Program. It is designed to benefit both large and small contractors alike*. SCI’s statistics were based on safety rates for 200,000 employee hours and lost time rates for Workers Comp. (EMOD). Scott reports, “We had the lowest recordable incidenst (2.97) since SCI started keeping records”.
Scott has brought a vast background in many aspects of both HR and Employee Safety, and has approximately 20 years of experience in a safety sensitive environment. He has previously worked at Union Pacific as an operator and a manager and for the past 10 years he has been deeply involved with various realms of HR and Employee Safety. Scott most recently worked in the mining industry as the Superintendent of Labor Relations and Employee Safety for an international organization. Scott attended college in Utah where he began his studies in the field of Construction Management. He changed his path and pursued Business Management. Scott possesses certifications as a Master Safety Trainer, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, MSHA, FRA, Safety, ISO 9001 and 14001 auditor as well as Hazardous Material Certification. Scott brings great enthusiasm to our organization and the ability to enhance SCI’s safety culture, allowing SCI to pursue prospective business we have not approached in the past. Scott also has a substantial and diverse background in training, which will allow SCI as a whole to standardize our processes, utilize best practices, and increase employee safety making SCI more successful.
*Excerpts taken directly from ABC’s definition on their website.
On Friday, February 1, 2013, we said a bitter-sweet farewell to a dear friend and employee as she heads out the door and down the aisle to matrimonial bliss. She and her fiancé have decided to start a family as soon as possible and so Marina has chosen to be a stay at home wife and mother.
Marina started working for SCI as a Drops assistant back in 1999. As a Drops Assistant she had the opportunity to work for Ryan Pittson, Ty Scott and Trent Russo. In 2006 she was transferred over to the Traffic Signal Division under Tony Altenes/ Ben Vigil. She just recently adopted Paul Waite has her manager.
The Traffic Signal Division was her passion as far as the type of work she was able to do. She loved all the crew men and got to know many of them and their families personally. It goes without saying that she will be sorely missed.
Congratulations Marina, best of luck, and we look forward to visits and samples of the wonderful treats you are reputed to make.
We recently celebrated and acknowledged the hard work and dedication of five of our most loyal employees based on their tenure with SCI. Honorees were:
Kent “Red Dog” Squire
A dinner in their honor was held at Corbin’s Grille in Layton, Utah. Representing SCI’s management was Craig and Debbie Sorensen, Chad Sorensen, Jeremy Bowles, Mark Todd, Chase Sorensen and Kelly Nielsen (along with their partners). The 15 Year employees received a plaque mounted clock and our 25 Year veteran received a beautiful statue of a Bald Eagle with outstretched wings. Inscribed in a plaque on the statue are famouse Vince Lombardi’s quotes:
“The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.”
“People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society.”
“Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”
Everyone of these individuals represent the heart and spirit of these words. We relize our employees are the heart and soul of our company and our integrity shines through them.
Sorensen Companies, Inc., (SCI) competed in the annual Associated Builders and Contractors Safety Olympics on Friday, September 14th. The four time reigning champions gave it their all this year, only to see the competition beat them by the narrowest of margins.
The final results were Lakeview Rock Products in first with an overall time of 14:32, Wadman Corporation with 15:03, SCI with 15:17, R&O with 15:39, Big-D 1 with 16:48, and Big-D 2 with 17:40.
Steve Miller, Mike McCafferty, and James Touhuni did us proud, especially with Steve taking on the task of running the forklift in addition to the scissor lift. Our Safety Manger David Marchant stated, “I would like to say that those teams ahead of us cheated as we have been accused of for the past 4 years, but we will take the higher road and accept defeat graciously with a hunger to take back our title next year. I was happy to see that a new competitor came in and hopefully they will be back to make the event all the more competitive.”.
We’ll be back next year with a score to settle…..
On Friday, September 14th, the 2012 SCI/Wasatch Barricade Customer Appreciation Golf Tournament was held at the beautiful Schneiter’s Bluff Golf Course in West Pointe, Utah. The weather was beautiful and the golf course was in fantastic condition.
The tournament was well attended by our customers, our vendor partner’s and the SCI/Wasatch Barricade management team. We played a 4-person scramble format which allowed everyone a fair shot at winning the event. In the end, we had a three way tie for the low team score at 59! After a score card playoff, the team of Clint Garner, Brian Waldron, Mark Monson and Scott Hoyt were crowned the event team winners. Travis Pyne, Ryan Schick, Don Lee Watson and Jeremy Bowles were the 1st runners up and Ben Liegert, Sean Rivera, Brian Griffith and Pual Waite came in 3rd.
We also had several individual skills contest holes setup around the course, including a shot at winning $20,000.00 for a hole-in-one on hole #16. Ryan Schick was oh so close to winning the cash with a shot that flew straight and true at the hole, rolled right past the cup and finished within a few feet. He still won a sweet prize but the cash ended up being safe, at least for this year.
We want to thank our event sponsors, our vendors for their generous donations. Their willingness to donate the prizes, truly made this a very memorable event.
Ahern Rental, American Eagle Drilling Supply, Anixter, Associated Builders and Contractors, Bone Safety Sign, Codale Electric Supply, D.A. Davidson, Ditch Witch of the Rockies, Honnen Equipment, Industrial Supply, Intermountain Bobcat, Intermountain Drilling Supply, Kwik Kopy, ML Kishigo, North American Signal Co., Oldcastle Precast, Richie Brothers Auctioneers, SOS Skillstaff, Traffix Devices, Wanco and Wheeler Machinery.
A special thanks goes out to John Schneiter and the fantastic golf course staff at Schneiter’s Bluff Golf Course. If you looking for a great venue for your next golf event, I recommend giving them a call. You won’t be disappointed!
SCI is proud to be part of upgrading the “Fastest Mobile Networks 2012″, as reported by PC Magazine.
Our mobile cellular tower technicians have been hard at work installing the LTE hardware to reach these speeds for several months.
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USDA Rural Development along with 3 Rivers Communications held a tour last week to update residents on the progress being made on the high speed broad-band fiber-optic project in Augusta, Montana. There were over ten individuals on the tour including 3 Rivers staff, Rural Utility Services (RUS) and USDA Representatives, and Augusta residents. They visited a work sight ten miles west of Augusta on Elk Creek Road at the base of Haystack Butte. 3 Rivers Communications contracted Sorenson Company Inc. (SCI) out of Salt Lake City to do the work. Those participating in the tour were able to see SCI pre-ripping an underground trench while another plowed in the fiber along the roadside.
RUS is the lending company for USDA. The USDA provides lending services to Rural Business Services, Rural Housing Services and Rural Utility Services. Their partnership with utility companies has made it possible to bring state of the art communications to r…
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Yes, it’s true. We keep a record of performance milestones for several reasons. This being said, for those with a competitive spirit, they exisit for only one reason. To be broken!
Over the more than 33 years SCI has been in business no one has plowed more than 3 miles of conduit or cable in one working day. (10 hrs). Well, that is no longer the case. On July 16, 2012, we received this email report from Greg Hunsaker in regards to the demise of this long-standing record:
“Jarred, Jc, Travis, Shag, Paul, Ted, Glen, Chase and Zack have officially killed my old record of 3 miles plowing in a day. Today they plowed 17,400 ft, that is 3.29 miles, at 42″ and they just keep getting faster everyday.”
Well, the bar’s been set a little higher….. now let’s see how long this record stands….
Great Work Team!
Gary Albert has been working with Salt Lake City, he served as an inspector for 38 years and he has accompanied us in our growth. A great, professional and pleasant individual, we wish him the best as he starts this new chapter of his life.
This project has been a complete success, check out the new pictures here
SCI and Staker Parsons have joined forces once again to improve our community. The new Layton Parkway is an extension of the new off ramp from Flint into Angel Street, SCI was charged with building a new signal at Angel Street… Click here to learn more.
We have just finalized this video presentation of The Gallivan Center project. We hope you enjoy!
To learn more and see more pictures, click here
SCI has always been proud to have the largest number of IMSA certified staff in the state of Utah. As a matter of fact, back in 2009 SCI was given the IMSA award for having the most IMSA certified employees in the region.
The IMSA (International Municipal Signal Association) is Dedicated to providing quality certification programs for the safe installation, operation and maintenance of public safety systems; delivering value for members by providing the latest information and education in the industry.
DID YOU KNOW?
UDOT specifications state that any company doing Traffic Signal or ATMS construction on Utah roadways must have 2 IMSA certified technicians as well as 1 Journeyman electrician on the job site at all times. Working with SCI will guarantee this requirements is met every time.
It’s no wonder that our company’s mission statement reads “Building quality infrastructures that bring communities together”. The 3 Rivers Telephone FTTP Project in Augusta, MT., will be the perfect example (among many others) of our commitment to this mission statement. Read more here
SCI is proud to announce that we have joined the ACI – Intermountain Chapter. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, MI, USA, the American Concrete Institute is advancing concrete knowledge by conducting seminars, managing certification programs, and publishing technical documents. The American Concrete Institute currently has 98 chapters and 20,000 members spanning 108 countries.
SCI is always striving to be part of a group that is always looking to better the products that we use to build infrastructure for our clients and our community.
On April 2010, Google hosted a race on their campus, located on Mountain View, CA., in order to promote their Fiber To The Home initiatives. This video explains the basics of Micro-Trenching and features clips of the Google parking lot race.
Ditch-Witch was the winner. They were chosen based on depth, width and speed. Micro-Trenching is intended to be a cost efficient, quick and non-disturbing process. SCI has been offering this service for years and have since Micro-Trenched thousands of feet for different customers, delivering a clean, high quality end product, every time.
SCI has long worked for a better future for our customers, our company and our community. We are proud to announce that we have joined the SEPA (Solar Electric Power Association).
“The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) is an educational non-profit organization dedicated to helping utilities integrate solar power into their energy portfolios. With more than 850 utility and solar industry members, SEPA provides unbiased utility solar market intelligence, up-to-date information about technologies and business models, and peer-to-peer interaction.”
SCI has been offering Alternate Energy Technology as part as our solutions and will continue to make improvements to offer better and more efficient ways to power your business, home or equipment.
Horizontal Directional Drilling is a steerable trenchless method of installing underground pipes, conduits and cables along an engineered bore path by using a surface launched drilling rig. This creates minimal impact on the surrounding area. Directional drilling, or boring, is used when trenching or excavating is not practical… Read more here
Schneiter’s Bluff Golf Course in West Point Utah, is one of many golf courses in the valley along the Wasatch Front. The Schneiter family has been providing a relaxing yet challenging golfing experience for Utah golfers for over 50 years.Click here to read more
Jeremy Bowles is our newest member of our board of directors. He’s been with us for over 17 years and has held a number of different positions during his career with SCI, displaying an outstanding level of professionalism and dedication to the company. This is what our President, Chad Sorensen, had to say about Jeremy. “Jeremy has been with SCI for 17 years, and in those years has many great accomplishments. Jeremy started as an Installer on Drops back in 1995, has been a Drop foreman, routine foremen, Bore Foremen, locator, operator, Project manager over bore and routine, as well as his extensive career as our Fleet manager. Jeremy has always demonstrated absolute integrity and commitment to SCI. He has also demonstrated a perfect example and alignment with our core values of Safety, Quality, Integrity, Respect and Teamwork. Jeremy’s overall role and responsibility will remain the same,as well as he will be a part of our Board of directors, he will attend all Director meetings and will be an excellent representative of SCI at this level of management. Congratulations Jeremy!!!”
SCI will be attending the 2011 UDOT annual conference at the South Towne Expo Center from November 15 – 17. We have been attending to these conferences for the past several years and this year will be no exception. We will be sharing a booth with Wasatch Barricade so come visit us!.
The conference will have great speakers such as former Senator Robert F. Bennett, UDOT Executive Director – John Njord, Lane Beattie – Salt Lake Chamber CEO and more!
-Robert Bennett- -Lane Beattie- -John Njord-
They will have several break-out sessions on Construction, Design, Public development, etc. We know this event will be of great benefit to us and our partners so, come visits us! For further questions, visit UDOT at www.udot.com. See you there!
Yet another warm sunny day for an ABC event. The Magna Gun Club was the stage for this fall’s event, Trap Shoot. Teams of 5 from different companies showed up to compete in this event. They shot 50 trap targets and 25 – 5 stand sporting clays. Team SCI came to take the title from defending champion so the stakes were as high as they can be!
SCI brought 2 different teams:
TEAM SCI 1
Clint Sorensen ,Todd Manning, Chase Sorensen, Swen Ferre and Chad Sorensen
TEAM SCI 2
Sharlyn Reinhold, Craig Sorensen, Marisa Sorensen, Nicole Bowles and Jeremy Bowles
Each participant also competed as an individual in one of 5 classes: “A” (Advanced) “B” (Intermediate) “C” (Occasional shooter) “D” (beginner) and Ladies Division. Although our teams were not successful in bringing the team title home, we won in 4 of the 5 individual classes. Class A – Clint Sorensen, Class B – Todd Manning, Ladies Division – Sharlyn Reinhold and Class D was taken by our friend and partner Steven Forry from Level 3, who formed a last minute-team with Mark Todd.
Thanks to everyone that attended and made this day yet another memorable ABC event.
Ten years ago today was one of the most tragic days in the history of the United States — it left a scar on our country that will never go away, but the resilience and spirit of the American people shines as bright as it ever has.
Today, all of us at SCI would like to say, we remember! Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this attack.
SCI/Wasatch Barricade, JPB and IMS participated in the ABC’s Annual Dutch Oven Cook-Off held at beautiful Sugar House Park. A sunny day greeted all those who came to support and be a part of the event.
SCI’s cooking team was the first to set up camp and get down to business. They started by cooking the secret BBQ sauce (The recipe is available for $5.00 by purchasing the ABC Dutch Oven Cook-off recipe book), asiago chesse was used which gave the food a great flavor.
Team JPB tried a more ancient and serious approach. Their technique was composed of chanting an Italian…ish sounding anthem repeatedly as they used century-old tools and techniques, such as tossing dough in the air and using bud light beer cans as dough rollers.
Team IMS’ cooking and recipe was simple… secrecy! They set camp at a spot a little further away from the other teams and simply got straight to business. No chanting, no messing around! Just business as usual and they walked away with BOTH Dutch Oven awards for main course and desert.
Thanks to everyone that attended and made this years ABC’s Dutch Oven Cook-Off another success. After nearly 5 hours of cooking and 30 minutes of putting all of the food away by everyone in attendance, it was very easy to see that individual Companies didn’t show up… only family!!!
Project Owner: Salt Lake City Corporation
Managing Engineering Firm: Horrocks Engineers
General Contractor: SCI
Project Manager: Ben Vigil
Project Location: Salt Lake City
The project will involve the installation of 5 new traffic signals throughout the city. Two of the intersections will feature the new HAWK pedestrian signal system:
1300 South Main Street (remove existing traffic signal and installation of new system)
1700 South 300 West (remove existing traffic signal and installation of new system)
2000 East 2700 South (remove existing traffic signal and installation of new system)
1300 South 600 East (installation of new pedestrian hawk signal crossing)
1300 East Stratford Avenue (installation of new pedestrian hawk signal crossing)
Estimated value of the project is $557,000.00. This project will have a 160 calendar day duration, starting Mid-September.
SCI is once again trying to give back to the community by helping sponsor the BUY(Building Utah Youth) foundation Derby car. This car will be used at the 2011 Weber County Fair going on August 10th through the 13th at the Weber County Fairgrounds – 1000 North 1200 West, in beautiful Ogden. Other Utah ABC proud members are also helping sponsor the car.
What the BUY Foundation stands for…. In today’s changing culture, leadership training is paramount to developing self-sufficient, ethical, and compassionate individuals. According to studies, youth who participate in development and leadership experiences are more likely to do well in school, be involved in the community, and positively transition through adolescence and adulthood. BUY is committed to provide this opportunity to as many Northern Utah youth as possible in the upcoming years.
We sent two teams to the 30th Annual ABC Golf Tournament this year in an effort to win but more important, to support a very worthy charity. The event was held at Soldier Hollow Golf Course in beautiful Midway, Utah and there were enough teams to fill both the Gold and the Silver courses. The proceeds from the tournament are donated to a local children’s charity and help to fund back to school clothing and supplies for the kids.
Our first team was James Arciaga, Mark Todd, Scott Lindsay and our ace player, Cody Sorensen. We had a great time but in the end, our 5 under par score was not enough to put our names on the trophy. Our second team was Chase Sorensen, Ben Vigil, Neil Atkinson, and Dave Giles. They also posted a respectable score of 5 under par but again, no trophies.
We also sponsored hole #16 on the Gold course and held a closest-to-the-hole contest. Carl Sundstrom, Jamie Morris and Carlos Salcedo were on site to offer the players swing tips, yardage to the hole, a friendly smile and most important a watchful eye to make sure the contest was honest. Ron Hadley used his finely honed skills to stop his golf ball within 8 feet of a very tough pin. His efforts were rewarded with an awesome new Garmin G3 Approach golf GPS unit.
At the end of the day, we all had a great time and most important of all, we raised a lot of cash for a truly worthy charity!
Thanks to all who participated!
Please help me CONGRATULATE the following employees who have had a milestone anniversary with SCI in the first part of 2011!
These anniversaries are for the 1st half of 2011 only – January through the end of June.
Fifteen Year Employees
Ten Year Employee
Five Year Employees
You All Rock! Thank you for all you hard work and dedication.
Sorensen Companies Inc.
On Thursday, June 9th, the Associated Builders and Contractors held their annual Safety Olympics. The event consists of a skills competition using several different pieces of construction equipment. The backhoe, mini excavator, scissor lift, skid steer loader and all terrain fork lift. The competitors also take a written test on the varios safety issues that exist on each piece of equipment they will be using. Each operator is able to compete individually and for their team. We have been anticipating this event for the last year due to the fact we have won the team event three years in a row. We were tuned up and ready to go for the four-peat.
For those who are less familiar with this event, the competitors are given a course and rules that they must follow to get through safely, but timely as well. Any safety infractions are converted into time, so the safer the operator, the better the time. So if you want to use it as a measuring stick, we have the safest and most skilled operators around!
Mike Johnson performed extremely well in the skidsteer competition, placing third in the individual and devastating the competition for his team time. He beat Wadman’s operator by nearly 3 minutes, that is a huge advantage. Most of his success was due to the fact that he was able to operate safely under control and therefore avoided large penalties that other competitors received. Mike also operated the backhoe for our team and beat Wadman’s operator by nearly 2 minutes, again, much of this spread was due to the infractions that were avoided by Mike with his precise operating. The safety penalties are heavy on all of the events, so if an operator just goes through the course as fast as possible without thinking of safety, then they will lose. Mike won the individual backhoe event outright with Travis also competing in the individual portion and earning third place.
Travis Kunkle performed superbly on the all-terrain forklift. Again, the safer the competitor, the better overall time they will have. Travis placed first in individual portion of the forklift competition and had a competitive time for the team portion, which allowed SCI to remain in the chase.
Steve Miller competed on the individual portion of the scissor lift and placed first overall, smoked the course, again. Kody Kendall did not quite place on the scissor lift for the individual time, but he absolutely destroyed the competition for his team time, a big factor in the overall win.
On a side note, Mike Johnson and Travis Kunkle placed first and second respectively in the mini-x competition.
Everyone should be pleased with the efforts of these guys and the way they represented our company in such a safe and proficient manner.
Again thanks to everyone who made it possible.
P.S. SCI took the trophy home with a final tally of 1331 seconds, Wadman and Big D (team a) tied for second with 1456 seconds, R&O finished with 1706 seconds, and Big D (team b) finished with 2107 seconds. We won with a 2 minute lead.
For those that don’t know what that means, we applied for funding to help with new and innovative safety programs. This included some merit incentive based programs, as well as some improvements to our efforts to communicate safety to those who are not as familiar with the English language.
It is an exciting step for SCI that we hope will improve our culture and overall understanding of safety top to bottom.
We are attending the Arizona – New Mexico Telecommunications Association 2011 Spring Conference this week. If you’re also attending, please stop by our booth to say “hello”. You can also enter to win a new Ping Zing IWI putter we’re giving away… All the best!
Things are moving along nicely on this project, in spite of the weather. The new South Bound offramp will be open to the public in the next three to five days. We recently put the finishing touches on the new intersection to accomodate the newoff ramp.
We are proud to announce we have purchased a RFDT (Rapid Fiber Deployment Truck). This will allow to be more responsive to our customers needs throughout the Western United States. In addition, we have the latest technology in fiber blowing systems, capable of rapidly installing fiber optic cable.
Project Update – April 29, 2011
Not exactly business as usual on the project site today. We’ve made a lot of progress on the placement of the power and communication conduit structure over the last several weeks. Today we had a bit of a different task to take on! The normal stuff included setting three 13`x 33′ power vaults. The tricky part was the fact we had several missiles sitting in our way! Definitely not your typical day at the office. See the whole story here.
On Friday, May 6, 2011, SCI participated in the Associated Builders and Contractors Big Truck Day event. Big Truck day is held each year at a different elementary school in Northern Utah. This year, the lucky children at Good Foundations Academy in Riverdale had the opportunity to learn more about a few of the big rigs used in the construction industry. There were concrete mixers, dump trucks, mini excavators, crane trucks and SCI’s famous Tornado Vacuum Excavator. Also, back by popular demand, Jeremy Bowels was on site to show off the Tornado and it’s capabilities. Not to leave anyone out, the vehicles operator, Brian Caldwell was onsite to do the real operating of the equipment.
Jeremy and Brian did a wonderful job of demonstrating the Tornado’s ability to vacuum up just about everything in sight. Dirt, rocks, chunks of wood and, to the delight of the children, the occasional hard hat. They also took the time to help the kids understand what it takes to operate a successful construction business. As each group of children would stop by to see the Tornado, Jeremy would make “job assignments” to several of the students. You would have a company owner, project manager, safety manager, administrative assistants, foreman and most importantly, a project owner, who could pay the bills. The kids assigned to be the foreman were able to operate the vacuum system on the Tornado, with some assistance. A few of them showed some real promise! Jeremy and Brian really helped the kids understand some of the various opportunities that exist in the construction industry. They also kept their interest level high and helped to keep it fun for everyone.
At the end of the day, over 250 children had the opportunity to learn a bit about the different trucks and equipment used in the construction industry here in Utah. They had a good time and hopefully a few of them will have an interest in pursuing a career in this great industry.
Our Estimating team has been very busy this week. We are happy to announce we we’re successful in winning the 2011 Traffic Signal and Pedestrian Upgrades project for Salt Lake City Corporation! The project will involve the installation of 6 new traffic signals throughout the city. Two of the intersections will feature the new HAWK pedestrian signal system. Estimated value of the project is $690,000.00. The project will be completed fall of 2011.
Sorensen Companies, Inc. seeking Drill Operators and Locators to operate Ditch Witch Horizontal Drill and locate utilities through out Utah. Read more
If your not sure how to answer this question, you may want to consider exploring Sumitomo Electric lightwave’s FutureFlex air blown fiber product line as a solution.
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To find out more about FutureFlex, head on over to their website. They’ve posted several videos featuring the FutureFlex product and it’s ability to be utilized in a variety of applications. If you have a specific question pertaining to your exact situation, please don’t hesitate contact our Voice and Data Communications team. As a FutureFlex Licensed Installer, we can help.
We are growing and need to find a highly skilled OSP Fiber Optic Cable Installer to help service our customers. See below for the scoop…
OSP Fiber Optic Installer
OSP Fiber Optic Installer needed in W Jordan or Syracuse. Must have previous experience with jetting in OSP fiber optic cable. Expeience with communication infrastructure and with construction equipment a plus. Must have a valid driver license with a good driving record (no more than 2 moving violations; zero violations preferred). Wage DOE. Employer does pre-employment drug screening. Benefits available after 3 months.
If you are interested, click on this link to be forwarded to our Employment page to download an application or just give us a call.
Well, it’s been a long time in the works but it’s finally here. On Friday, April 1, 2011, SCI “went live” with our completely overhauled website! We’ve added several new features including a greatly enhanced Projects page, our Social Media links, and best of all, this great News/Blog section. Also, you’ll notice we’ve added a section for each of the many different infrastructure solutions we offer our clients and tons of great new images highlighting the work we do so well.
I want to thank all those who had a part in making this happen, especially the fine folks at Fluid Studio. Phil Case and his team did a fantastic job on the design and programming of the site. Also, they showed great patience, perseverance and professionalism when dealing with my incessant questions and challenges throughout the project. If you’re ever in need of web design, I highly recommend giving them a shot.
So, head on over and check us out. Just follow this link and be sure to add us to your list of favorites. We’ll be updating our Blog with the latest information on the status of our ongoing projects, the Who’s Who among SCI’s amazing employees, our thoughts on the Infrastructure industry and many, many other ideas.
All the best,
Mark J. Todd
Sales and Business Development Manager
SCI Estimators Attend Customized HCSS Heavy Bid Software Training
Over the next few days our Estimating team will be receiving customized training on the HCSS HeavyBid estimating software system we use. We’ve flown in Rich, from HCSS, to spend the next few days discussing the new features implemented over the past year into their HCSS Heavy Bid estimating software.
SCI has been using HeavyBid to more efficiently and consistently produce bids for more than ten years. As good as we are at using the system, there’s always room to learn just a bit more. That’s where Rich comes into the picture. He’s working hand in hand with our team to bring our skills up to a whole new level, allowing us to become even better at putting together our estimates.
At SCI, we’ve always had a strong belief in two things. Use the right tools for the job and train your people how to use those tools to the best of their ability. This is just another example of putting this belief into action!