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Left: Case CX80C mini excavator digging trench for steel chilled water line at Caltech in Pasadena. Above: Case CX55B mini excavator back filling trench after placement of steel chilled water line.

2006 after receiving a business degree from Cal Poly Pomona in order to help his father grow the company to new levels. Jason has been instrumental in his efforts to secure several major accounts for the company, and now serves as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in charge of overlooking all financial matters for the business. This includes billing, payroll, vendor checks, equipment financing, insurance, dispatch and overseeing the entire office staff. Ricky Mora came to the company in 2004 when he was just 18 years old and he has been operating equipment ever since. According to David Jr., he is very good at what he does and is trusted with the most sensitive and challenging jobs. Ricky also works on and oversees all of the contract

jobs for Mora’s, as well as coordinating with the mechanics and maintenance crew to keep the fleet at top performance. Southern California Gas Company and SE Pipeline remain Mora’s largest customers, however, they also perform excavation work for oil companies, electrical and plumbing contractors, as well as homebuilders. Currently, they are on a long-term project for PPC Construction at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, where they are digging a trench for the placement of new chilled water lines used to cool some of the 125 buildings located on campus. The previous lines were evidently experiencing bottleneck and flow restriction issues and new lines were necessary to eliminate the

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