March 2021

2021 | March 2021A Formula for SuccessIcon Legacy Custom Modular Homes

2021 | March 2021

A Formula for Success

Icon Legacy Custom Modular Homes

Icon Legacy Custom Modular Homes, LLC was founded in 2007, “just in time to watch the market tank,” remembers Sales Manager Bruce Bingaman. Yet, despite this challenge, the family-owned and operated company managed to thrive and grow to become a strong presence in the industry. “We survived and now I believe us to be a very strong player in the...

2021 | March 2021Good Eggs: Treating Chickens With KindnessEgg Innovations

2021 | March 2021

Good Eggs: Treating Chickens With Kindness

Egg Innovations

It’s not often you meet someone with a PhD in Avian Ethology — the scientific and objective study of bird behavior — but it’s evident within moments of speaking to John Brunnquell, President and CEO of Egg Innovations, that he’s definitely an expert in his field. His organic, free-range egg production company is growing steadily with exciting new products arriving this year, as it aims to establish itself as a leader and model in the ethical treatment of chickens in order to produce a healthier, sustainable egg.

2021 | March 2021 | MiningKeeping Workers Safe UndergroundJannatec Technologies

2021 | March 2021 | Mining

Keeping Workers Safe Underground

Jannatec Technologies

Jannatec Technologies designs, manufactures, and sells products and provides services that enhance safety and productivity for people who work underground. Primarily focused on the mining sector, the company’s proprietary products incorporate sensors, cameras, radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags, connectivity solutions, and other technological tools. When fitted to hardhats, clothing, or vehicles, these products enable communication, hazard detection, data and image-recording, and tracking when workers are underground.

2021 | March 2021 | MiningWomen in MiningMaking their Mark in a Male-Dominated Industry

2021 | March 2021 | Mining

Women in Mining

Making their Mark in a Male-Dominated Industry

Women have made incredible strides in the mining industry. Just a few decades ago, states throughout the U.S. had laws that actually prohibited women from working underground. Folklore banned women from mines as well; common belief held that women brought bad luck to a mine or that they were too fragile to handle the demands of working underground. It was not uncommon for women to be outright denied entry to a mine as they began pushing into the industry in the 1970s.


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