The committee plans classes on topics related to areas such as administration, finance, insurance, leadership, workers compensation, human resources, and management.
Midlands Contracting, Inc.
The committee plans the Annual Conference, which includes Projects Preview where utility contractors learn about upcoming projects for bid; exhibits to showcase the latest products and services that your business offers to utility contractors; education sessions; annual meeting; keynote speaker and entertainment.
Clay Shoot Challenge
The committee plans the Clay Shoot Challenge. This event brings together about 80 people for a day of camaraderie and networking.
Gene Lilly Surety Bonds, Inc.
The committee plans classes on topics related to safety, regulations and compliance.
Horizontal Boring & Tunneling Co.
The committee plans the Golf Tournament. This event brings together 125-150 people for a day of golf, camaraderie and networking.
UNICO Group, Inc.
Industry and Government Relations
The committee plans Projects Preview, works with NUCA of Nebraska’s lobbying firm to monitor state legislative and regulatory issues impacting the industry, lobbies Nebraska’s delegation in Congress on federal issues impacting infrastructure; and oversees advocacy activities.
L.G. Roloff Construction
The committee oversees membership recruitment and retention.
Lincoln Winwater Works
The committee helps identify and recruit board candidates.
H.R. Bookstrom Construction
The committee is working on a campaign to educate NUCA of Nebraska members on calling in non-responses and not marking lines to the One Call system; review the state statutes and educates NUCA of Nebraska members on everyone's responsibilities; and generates best in class practices and policies for NUCA of Nebraska members to use for documentation and disputing claims, damages and unmarked and mismarked lines.
Van Kirk Brothers Construction
L. G. Roloff Construction
Robert Woehler & Son Construction, Inc.
The committee identifies opportunities and activities to help expand the pool of qualified labor, in order to assist NUCA of Nebraska member contractor companies in attracting and retaining employees. Participate in hands-on stations with high school students at Construction Career Days at six community colleges around the state, where you’ll have an opportunity to educate them about the work that you do and why you chose a career in the utility construction industry. Give a presentation to students in the classroom. Offer job shadowing at a job site. Offer a co-op, provide financial contribution or lease equipment for the Central Community College Heavy Equipment Operator Program.
L.G. Roloff Construction