Archive for January 2016
What’s Shakin’? Around these parts, the earth trembling beneath your feet has become a regular occurrence the past few years. . According to NPR, the state experienced 5,700 earthquakes in 2015, which was a record year, and 2016 seems to be trending a similar direction. While regular earthquakes might be old hat to our friends…Read More
Meet the Sawyer Team – Scott
Our employees are a great group of skilled individuals that contribute to our unique culture at Sawyer. We would like everyone to Meet the Sawyer Team. HEY SCOTT…. What do you do at Sawyer? I am the Burn Table Operator. What is your favorite thing to work on? I enjoy working on our Ratchet…Read More
The Trans-Canyon Pipeline was built in the late 1960’s and supplies all of Grand Canyon National Park’s drinking water. [photo credit: NPS] A pipeline? What a grand idea! When thinking about the Grand Canyon, the images that come to mind typically involve majestic views, rim-to-rim hikes, and soaring birds with “America the Beautiful” crescendoing somewhere…Read More
Kenya see the political nonsense?
No to Keystone….Yes to Kenya …the Obama administration seems receptive to the idea of helping finance the construction of a new Kenya pipeline. This comes on the heels of TransCanada filing a federal lawsuit over the rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, claiming the president lacks the authority to prohibit such construction. TransCanada has also…Read More