U.S. Department of the Interior Visits NAHETS

Press Release: On May 2, 2007, the Nevada School of Construction and NAHETS Corporate offices hosted a visit by members of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Lynn Forcia, Division Chief of the Office of Indian Energy & Economic Development-Division of Workforce Development, as well has two of her colleagues, Jody LeCompte-Garrison and Francis Dunne,… Read more »

Hybrid Heavy Equipment

It is expected that by 2009 hybrid pieces of heavy equipment will be sold commercially, in conjunction with Mack Trucks, a section of Swedish Volvo Group. They are directly involved with heavy equipment for the construction and mining industry. With gas prices on the rise consumers are constantly looking to cut on costs and find… Read more »

Remembering a crane hero

In recalling events and heroics from World War II, most are quick to speak about Hitler, the Holocaust, the beaches of Normandy, and purple hearts. As these things well deserve the attention they receive, not all war-bound heroics are of such magnitude and recognition. There are a few who still remember what a lone teenager… Read more »

Step Forward in Construction Crane Safety

Last November a 210 foot crane collapsed in Bellevue, WA and killed a man, causing heavy damage to three buildings in the process. It was considered “one of the worst construction disasters in state history.” This accident is the catalyst for new crane safety rules and guidelines. The need for standardization in crane and heavy… Read more »