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Employee Spotlight: Nick Anderson



Nick began working for Easter-Owens in June of 2014 as an electrician in the wiring department. With no prior work experience, he caught on quickly and was very willing to learn new skills. Nick simultaneously worked in this position and went to school at Regis University to complete a B.S. Business Administration degree with a specialization in Management. In February 2018, he joined the Inside Sales team.

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State Certification Requirements for Modular Buildings

Currently, there are 33 states that require modular building certifications. Each of these states has a different process, requirements and Third Party inspection schedule to obtain individual building certification. Compliance with all modular building requirements is critical to the successful inspection and startup of a modular building project. 

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Streamlining Manufacturing Production with Lean

Over the years, the emphasis on reducing waste and streamlining the manufacturing process has become more and more prominent. But of course, streamlining shouldn’t have to mean sacrificing quality. We believe that Lean practices apply to the entire business – from the front end, to the back end, from every office to the factory floor. Every element of the process needs to be analyzed, which means leaving the traditional approach behind and focusing on more than just operations.

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PLC Panel Design for Hazardous Locations


Pilot devices refers to a group products used to provide a human to machine interface (HMI) for systems like manufacturing operations or building climate controls. Pushbuttons, switches and lights are all pilot devices. Programmable logic controllers (PLC) are computers that continuously monitor input data and make decisions. We use PLCs in many applications from automating factory assembly-lines to dimming a light fixture. Devices and controllers require control panels to label and organize them.


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