Jim has more than two decades of experience in this industry. Prior to coming to work at RAWSO, he lined up independent truckers, as well as company trucks, for other construction companies.
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.
Jim has been in the industry since 1975, and he was also one of the original employees when Midwest Mole started. He worked there for 12 years before he left in 1995 to pursue his own business.
Robert started at Southern Site in 2017, so he's been there since the beginning. "I love the equipment in this industry, and meeting different people."
Corbitt has been with Southern Site since 2017, but he had been in this industry for a decade before joining the team. His family owns construction companies in Springfield, so he grew up loving machinery.
Erin started with Southern Site in 2019, but she’s been involved in the construction industry all her life as she grew up in a family-owned excavation business.
Will has been with Southern Site from day one, as he joined our family in May 2017. He grew up in the construction industry, and has always loved operating equipment.
Nikki has been with Southern Site since the beginning. Ryan was her manager at Goodall Homes, and brought her on board as an administrative assistant with Southern Site in May 2017.
Jeffery started his career as a salesman for a paint company, but quickly realized sales wasn’t his passion. He shifted gears and worked for two years as a laborer for a restoration and remediation company before joining MILBURN.
Rene joined Milburn in April 2014, right after the company started. When he joined, there were only about ten people working there.
Kurt started out in road construction for a couple of years before he moved into the demolition industry. After working for another demolition company for 19 years, Kurt made the switch to Milburn. That was in 2016, and he's been there ever since.
When Tim was growing up, his father and one of his older brothers were general contractors. Still, when Tim was in high school, he didn’t feel like construction was in his future. Instead, he dreamed of being a police officer.
Tanner is the fourth generation of his family to work in grading, as his great-grandfather, his grandfather, and his father all operated their own grading businesses.
When Ryan Goodfellow started his excavation business, Rock Structures, in 1997 near Ogden, Utah, it was the culmination of a lifelong love of dirt and iron that started over a decade earlier in Southern California.
Ralph Rich has always been fascinated with big iron and thanks to his grandma, he now calls the seat of a Caterpillar 390F excavator his office.
Missy was working in a fundraising position at a nonprofit, which she thought was her dream job until she met her now-husband Trevor, who ran a small excavating and dumpster business. She was instantly drawn to it all.
Mikel is the national safety director for Turner Mining Group, and he spends every day doing whatever he can to make sure that the disconnect never becomes a problem for Turner.
As a kid, Joe was lucky enough to grow up around big iron and a whole lot of dirt in Washington state, which paved the way for his job today.
Donny's career has taken him all over, from West Virginia to Guam, as he's used his skills as a heavy equipment operator to live in just about every conceivable corner of the US.
While today Dan manages multi-million-yard earthmoving operations around Southern California as the general superintendent for LB3 Enterprises, he’s spent decades working his way up from the bottom.
Conner Holmen, who today co-owns and runs the field operations for the Michigan-based In-Depth Excavation, started in the dirt world when then ten-year-old Conner and his dad created In-Depth Excavation.