Learning the Hydroexcavation Business on the Go

Advance planning is helpful, but you can’t complete a business education that way. At some point, you have to take some risk and go for it, as seen by how Black Hydrovac got started in the industry.

Learning the Hydroexcavation Business on the Go

Lawrence Richey uses a digging wand while Annamarie Fagnani operates the boom with a remote, while Kristy Black looks on. Black says all of her crew members have bought into her can-do mindset when it comes to getting jobs completed.

Starting a business is always a learning experience, not least of which is learning to cope with the unforeseen. When Kristy Black launched Black Hydrovac in 2020, she did so cautiously, though confidently. Even so, on-the-job experience taught her a few things.

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