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Jeff Bauman Jr. was unable to visit his father’s home until Envirovantage stepped in to make it wheel chair accessible.

The contractor, which donates its services to charities throughout New England, also Jeff Bauman Jr. lost performed selective demolition both his legs in the on the rear porch area to open Boston Marathon bombing. the back of the house for an addition. Added Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the National Demolition Association, “We consider environmental stewardship to be an essential part of our mission. Projects like the one Envirovantage has undertaken is a great example of how our members exert a positive impact on the quality of life in our country.” The renovation of the Bauman home, where Jeff Jr.’s two half-brothers also live, began in early August and is now complete. It’s enabled the young man to more easily enter through a wheelchair ramp and move from room to room in the newly adapted home. For more information, visit Envirovantage.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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less to say, he does not allow smoking in the equipment or on job sites. Weekly, everything is washed and “Armoralled.” According to Hiltz, even those operators who first are intimidated because they have not worked that way become addicted to it; “They develop a sense of pride.” And that’s his philosophy, boiled down — there’s no such thing as a small detail. And, you have to be proud of what you do. Which sounds fine, but takes a lot of thinking and planning, and paying attention to everything and anything. “I learned it from my father,” said the founder of Hiltz Excavating of Ashland, N.H., talking about going with his dad to job sites at the age of five, pail in hand, and running a wheel loader at 12, always looking up to his father, “who did what he said and said what he did.” By 18, Hiltz was a superintendent on job sites; he had to prove himself to his coworkers and earned their respect because they could tell he knew what he was doing. He worked with his brothers for a couple of years after his father passed away in 1994, and then decided to branch out. He was only 26 at the time. “People had seen me at work and they knew they could trust me,” said Hiltz, who nevertheless admits that he started “on a wing and a prayer.” Maybe that’s why his first job was a retainer wall for a local church. And what about his fleet? Well, he was all set; he owned a pickup truck and rented an excavator and a dump truck. Focusing on what he had experience in — commercial site work — he started getting enough jobs to allow him to buy his own equipment and hire workers. Still, at times cash

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technology. Other things have not changed according to Hiltz. “You are still only as good as the people you surround yourself with,” he said, always emphasizing the important difference his employees make in the whole picture. How does he handle the increasing competition? “We try to provide value at every turn; we offer them alternative ideas, for example, that save money and time.” And he believes attitude is key — “If you think

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