27 Sep: Is Blockchain Coming To Excavating?

One of the biggest buzzwords of the last few years, “blockchain” seems to be getting attached to both tech-centric industries as well as legacy industries. It’s still a pretty obscure word for many people, who have heard it but might not fully understand it or know what it is used for. It’s a concept that may be…


24 Aug: Does Recycling Asphalt And Concrete Even Matter?

At SEH we seek to provide sustainable, environmentally-responsible construction and excavation by continually reusing and recycle. Highly recyclable products, such as concrete and asphalt are many times 100% recyclable, enabling SEH to be the leader in environmentally friendly, recycling practices. So what benefits have we seen over the years? It’s Good for the Environment This is the…

Build On Strengths

22 May: Build On Your Strengths And Weaknesses

The most common interview question: “Give me an example of your strengths and your weaknesses.”  Identifying Your Strengths and Weaknesses  There are plenty of tests out there that you can use to identify your strengths and weaknesses. Some of them are a bit more revealing than others. The Forbes Coaches Council compiled a list of tests they recommend, and…

10 May: Responsible Excavation

Excavation and Construction Impact The EPA sees construction as a major contributor to environmental issues – which is why they provide a monster 255-page guide outlining environmental obligations throughout construction projects. It’s a real page turner on responsible excavation. It is important though, and it highlights much of the impact poorly-done construction can have on the environment….

Toolbox Talks

19 Mar: Toolbox Talks

Safety on the job site is paramount to our team at SEH Excavating Contractors. It is our responsibility to our team to ensure that they get home safe to their friends and family every day. In 2016, 5,190 workers were killed on the job in the United States – over 14 deaths every day. Of those deaths,…

Keep It Rolling

15 Feb: Keep It Rolling

It’s hard to imagine the excavation projects of the past. Massive projects including city development, public works projects, and the tunnels and utilities we utilize every day were done with primitive machines, or in some cases, no machines at all. Today, we can excavate projects, pour and grade asphalt, and install utilities in the matter of days,…

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