Expect the unexpected from Yonkers. New York’s fourth-largest city with a history dating to the 1600s, Yonkers enjoyed a robust role in industry in the 1800s and 1900s. It was here the world’s first completely more»
A new training center for what’s been described as “the most lucrative blue-collar trade in the nation” had its formal opening on Oct. 3 in Yonkers.
Bob Schaeffer, CEO and president of D&D Elevator more»
On June 6, 2018, Bob Schaeffer, CEO of D&D Elevator, was interviewed on WestchesterTalkRadio regarding the company’s award by the Business Council of Westchester. This program, produced by Sharc Creative, is more»
2018’s Annual Hall of Fame Dinner featured six companies that are “change makers,” transforming their industries and adding to the economic vitality
of the region. The awardees, including D&D Elevator more»
One of the primary issues facing U.S. industry today — across virtually all the manual labor trades and particularly in construction — is an ongoing shortage of trained technicians. This is being strongly felt in more»
It’s no secret that there is an ongoing labor shortage in the U.S. for all tradesmen, regardless of their affiliation. While participating in the annual Industry gatherings, conferences and association events of 2017, more»
For property owners and managers, it is vital to avoid elevator-related violations and to resolve them as soon as possible if and when they occur. The consequences of unresolved violations can be severe, including costly penalties, disruptive shut-downs and possible legal liabilities. It is equally vital to check whether there are any “violation skeletons in the closet” – old violations that may have been forgotten or ignored, certain to resurface and haunt later – which do not “go away” and must be addressed. To stay on top of this, it is important to be aware of the various issues and requirements surrounding violations, one’s own responsibilities, and what actions are best to be taken.