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by LeRoy Hagenbuch, P.E.

Off-highway mining-class truck bodies might look the same, but utilize different technologies that can vary the outcome of their efficiency, greatly. Many people thing that truck bodies built today are the same as those built 5, 10 or even 20 years ago - that simply is not acurate - at least truck bodies engineered by Philippi-Hagenbuch.

by Abby Meister

2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the Mine Improvement and New Emergency Response Act (MINER Act), legislation that was the result of three separate tragedies that claimed the lives of 19 miners in 2006. Mining has always been a dangerous industry, and there is more risk now than ever in terms of the sheer size of equipment and operations. We're reaching new depths - literally - yet despite that, mine fatalities have been steadily in decline over the last century and in rapid decline in the last 40 or so years.

by PHIL Engineering

Setting Goals, Knowledge, People & Business Skills and Ethics are a few of the things one learns while growing professionally from working with a P.E.