E & N Hughes | Digging Dangers testimonial video

E&N Hughes, a water and sewer contractor based in Monroe, Wisconsin, contacted us after the release of Digging Dangers 27 to purchase a copy. In the conversation that ensued, we discovered that they’ve been using Digging Dangers Videos from the very beginning as a way to train their workers and discuss potential safety issues while

Digging Dangers presentation at Nebraska Excavation Safety Summit

Phil Gioja was invited to speak about our annual Digging Dangers excavation safety video at the Nebraska Excavation Safety Summit. There were roughly 800 excavators and utility workers present. Phil shared how he became involved in Digging Dangers, as well as showed video clips from Digging Dangers 27.

C-U at Home | One Winter Night 2017

Almost a year ago, we were feverishly editing to complete our first feature length documentary film, The Phoenix: Hope is Rising. This film highlights a homeless outreach in Champaign IL, C-U at Home. Champaign is not a community where you’d expect homelessness to be a major issue, but awareness efforts are high and the community

Digging Dangers 27: Buried Utility Safety & Awareness

Phil Gioja has been involved in the production of Digging Dangers for 6 years now but this year, Digging Dangers Videos has become a permanent part of our company for the first time. We’re excited to explore how we can grow this training and awareness tool which is used across the country with excavators, first

Iroquois Paving Corporation in Watseka Manteno & Monee IL

We’ve been working with Iroquois Paving Corporation for several years now, providing pre-construction site walkthroughs to record things like condition of existing concrete and landscaping as well as location of utility markings. As we’ve developed IroquoisCounty.tv, Iroquois Paving approached us and asked if we could create a video highlighting their highway and parking lot paving

Caterpillar Customer Testimonial in San Francisco CA

Family values, hard work, precision and technology epitomize the use of Caterpillar heavy machinery on this earth-moving project for a new subdivision. Scrapers dig into a hill and fill a ravine while graders level pads for new homes, all using sophisticated GPS technology. Phil Gioja of Center Street Productions worked with Tim O’Brien of High

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