Shelter boss builds on solid foundation
After a period of retooling, reorganization and revitalization, Harold Clifford is expecting a banner year, for himself, for his partner, Dan Anderson, and for the company they’ve been able to rebuild with a little help from their friends, now operating as Shelter Modular Inc.
“We remain extremely optimistic about the outlook for 2014,” Clifford says. “We spent most of our time second half of 2013 preparing the business for a significant growth phase in... Keep Reading
Katch Kan captain ramps up rig safety
As a very young man working on oil rigs, Quinn Holtby suffered more than his share of crushed fingers and cracked elbows, not to mention routine drenchings with drilling fluids and muds. While he worked, many of his colleagues suffered more serious injuries, including one young man whose arm was broken in eight places when an operator hit the wrong control on a rig’s drawworks. At that time, rig safety didn’t seem to be a major priority for many drillers. But Holtby... Keep Reading
Crane chief hoists business to success
Although he acquired his work ethic under the influence of his industrious father, Edmonton’s Scott Dodds owes his greatest inspiration to British statesman Sir Winston Churchill.
Churchill’s advice to “never, ever give up” helped Dodds to beat back the inevitable headwinds encountered by every struggling entrepreneur. Churchill’s stubborn wisdom gave Dodds the courage and tenacity to weather every storm, including a flirtation with near-bankruptcy. By... Keep Reading