For 2012, Scott Kraemer has positioned Kraemer Electric into the top metal scrap contribution spot ($1289.00) for electrical contractors. Also, Kraemer Electric has moved up to Silver Level in their bid for this year’s iYERP Environmental Stewardship Award.
Archive for March, 2012
Matt O’Neill operates different material handling and loading machines at Pacific’s Boise scrap yard. Matt helps us quickly and safely unload our heavy loads either with the hugh scrap handling magnet or scrap grapple. Also, he loads scrap metal onto hugh trucks destined to Pacific’s state of the art shredder and separator facility outside Boise and rail cars heading to the West Coast.
T J Wilcomb giving “Action” Jackson a hand loading scrap metal from a warehouse being renovated. John for whom the Fund is named after worked for Jordan-Wilcomb on the St. Luke Hospital Building in Boise during the summer. T J is following in the steps of his dad, Tim, and late grandfather, Dick Wilcomb.
Orville Thompson, President & CEO of Scentsy, accepting iYERP’ s 2011 Environmental Stewardship Award – Gold Level.Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Orville Thompson, President & CEO of Scentsy, accepting iYERP’ s 2011 Environmental Stewardship Award – Gold Level. Scentsy was similarly recognized for 2010 at the same level. Scenty has won numerous national awards including Inc Magazine ranking them 85th out of the top 500 companies for 2011.
Pictured in the photo is “Action” Jackson, iYERP Vice President – Development, Orville Thompson, Scentsy President & CEO, Alicia Parker, JWJF & iYERP Vice President – Construction and Virgi Blaine, JWJF Vice President, Community Relations.
ESI management accepting two awards: 2011 iYERP’s Environmental Stewardship Award – Platinum Level and the “Big CAT” Award for donating $18,627 of scrap metal from area projects to the John William Jackson Fund.
Pictured in the photo is Neil Nelson, President, Alicia Parker, Assistant Project Manager, Joe Jackson, Vice President – Operations and “Action” Jackson, iYERP Vice President – Development.
Congratulations and thanks – Mike Sluder, foreman, ESI at Boise State University’s College of Business Education (COBE).Saturday, March 3rd, 2012
Congratulations and thanks – Mike Sluder, foreman, ESI at Boise State University’s College of Business Education (COBE). The COBE project is in the final stage of construction. Mike was the ESI field supervisor selected for his hard work and dedicated commitment in making a difference on behalf of Idaho youth and was recognized as such at iYERP’s 2nd Environmental Stewardship Award.