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Equipment Operator: A equipment operator shall have all of the skills of a laborer with the addition to having the ability to operate a majority of the heavy construction equipment that CAP uses efficiently and most importantly to OSHA's standard of safety.
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Positions. - All employees should have a valid driver's license and the ability to transport to and from work.
Laborer: A laborer is typically seen as a beginner level entry into construction/ earthwork. However, at CAP Excavating & Demolition a laborer position is looked at as a much higher position. Laborers are expected to be the eyes of all the groundwork for the jobsite. An experienced laborer knows how to lay civil and domestic utilities, knows how to check grade, read blueprints, familiar with all types of soils, and safely work around heavy equipment and other hazards of the trade to OSHA standards. Experienced laborers can be foreman of jobsites. All field employees start as laborers until they meet the requirements of another position.
CAP Excavating & Demolition has an impressive reputation for high quality work. This wouldn't be possible without the talented efforts of all of the CAP employees. CAP employees are professional, self-driven, and passionate about what they do. A CAP employee is a leader bonded by honesty and integrity, crafted into a highly qualified individual in earthwork, utilities, demolition, and some very high quality custom features.
CAP, being family owned and operated runs just as such. Employees are a part of the family and represent the family on and off the job.
CDL Truck Driver: Must have proof and have met the requirements necessary by Colorado law to have a current Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). CDL drivers must have experience loading and hauling small to oversized equipment, and loads of various material from jobsite to jobsite in Colorado or equivalent terrain. CDL drivers should be comfortable driving in close proximity areas such as Boulder and Denver and high mountain towns. CAP's trucking fleet consist of two tandem axle dump trucks, one single axle dump truck, and a hydrovac trailer.