Midwest Mole’s been a family-owned business since Len Liotti began in 1982. When the trenchless construction company he was working for at the time announced they were relocating, he saw it as an opportunity to stay put and start his own business.
Len’s son, Dan, joined the business a few years later, and the father-son duo relentlessly built jobs all over the country no matter the obstacles in their way. Tunneling work is exceptionally specialized and challenging, but the Midwest Mole team was up for anything from the beginning.
Today, Midwest Mole has crews scattered from Arizona to Virginia doing anything from horizontal directional drilling to microtunneling to railroad work. They have a world-class team in the shop capable of fabricating any equipment they need, an ace team of transport drivers who haul equipment anywhere in the US, and dedicated field crews who only see problems as opportunities. While their work isn’t for everyone, they love every moment of it.
"It is amazing to see how everyone wants to help. Employees step in ― even coming in on weekends ― to help out when there is an emergency job. We are unique in what we do and how we do it."- Joanne Edwards, Controller
Jeremy is the definition of a down-home country boy. He loves spending time outdoors with his wife and three kids, fishing, camping, and for-wheeling.
He started at Midwest Mole as a foreman, and within six months, company leadership promoted him to superintendent thanks to his hard work and great attitude. He’s a vital part of the HDD division and often manages multiple projects at once.
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Dave started in this industry in 1997 as a laborer and operator for Miller Pipeline. In 2013, he made his move to Midwest Mole as a foreman in the HDD division.
Josh started in the Maintenance Shop for Midwest Mole 20 years ago. Five years later he went out to be in the field as a Foreman.