Dan Vastyan

DEPHER: a Promise Fulfilled

Jimmy Anderson has been a boiler technician in Burnley, Lancashire, UK for 26 years. His story is unique. While he’s made appearances in the United States on social media, to my knowledge, his story has never been told among the skilled trade community in North America. I believe it’s worth telling, especially now, during the Read more

“Commercial Condos” are gaining popularity nationwide for small businesses in the service industry. These spaces, typically found in large post-frame buildings, offer a workshop atmosphere perfect for a company with a small fleet of vehicles that’s in need of garage bays, storage space and an office. Property developers and managers have seen increased demand for Read more

According to Robert O’Brien, owner at Technical Heating Co., in Mount Sinai, NY, he’s currently spending 80 percent less time working than usual. With New York appearing to be ground zero of the US COVID-19 threat, the company – and many other HVAC and mechanical contracting firms in the area – is responding to emergency Read more

Beer:30 — Dragon’s Milk

Welcome to the next edition to our blog series, Beer:30. It has been widely known that when people travel for work, they usually try to find a good beer while on the road — whether it is local to that particular area or a beer too good to pass up, no matter where you are Read more

Be a People Builder

“Good job.  Nice work.  I like the way you solved that issue.  Thanks for all your help.  I appreciate your attention to detail.  Thanks for staying late.” Unless there’s something majorly wrong with you (let’s face it, we’re all a little crazy), chances are you like when your hard work is acknowledged.  When our efforts Read more