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Earthcom Continues to Grow Fleet
Earthcom welcomes the arrive of two, brand new F550 aerial construction trucks. These units will be put to quick use in our OSP and ever growing small cell installation activites.
Earthcom adds 29 Employees first quarter of 2014
Earthcom announced today that the company added 29 new employees the first quarter of this year. The company projects continued growth through 2015 as it expands operations and enters new markets.
Earthcom Continues to Expand Operations
Earthcom's Wireless division has established operations in Oklahoma and Kansas, with crews deployed through the region. For more information, please contact Dave Cameron: email@example.com
Indiana Office in Full Operation
Earthcom's OSP operations in our Freemont facility are in full swing, building state of the art telcom infrastrucure in Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. For your engineering, route selection and construction needs in these markets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Doug Miller at (517) 482-1750 ext 305.
Earthcom Awarded Fiber to the Home Project
OSHA 30hr Certification
Congratulations to Brad Bertsch for completing the OSHA 30 Certification Class!
Peter Bertsch elected to the board of the Michigan Wireless Association
Peter Bertsch, CEO of Earthcom, has been elected the board of the Michigan Wireless Association. . For more information on the MWA please visit them at www.miwireless.org
Earthcom supports Holy Cross Children's Services
HCCS, a nonprofit organization, has been helping children in dire need for over 65 years. Earthcom is proud supporter of HCCS, contributing nearly $24,000 to help further their efforts. For more information on HCCS please visit their website at http://www.hccsnet.org/.
Earthcom expands operations to Cincinnati
Earthcom announces plans to open a new location in the Cincinnati/Dayton area in the 1st quarter of 2014. This location will support all divisions of Earthcom including our Outside Plant, Tower Construction, DAS, Maintenance and Engineering. This decision was based on the current workload we have in the area and part of a larger plan to cover the entire Midwest and will be adding roughly 50 jobs to the region. “All of us here at Earthcom are excited to take on this new challenge and look forward serving our customers in the region” - Peter Bertch, CEO.