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    cant confirm, but heard today a very large locating company lost the att contract in florida.

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    Default Re: Florida att contract

    I heard the same rumor! It seems USIC might be loosing It's grip. But who could pick up that heavy work load, HHhhmmmmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by locatethis View Post
    i heard the same rumor! It seems usic might be loosing it's grip. But who could pick up that heavy work load, hhhhmmmmmm...
    ha ha ha! This is just the begining of usic's end. They are losing another some what big contract by fall nationwide.

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    Default Re: Florida att contract

    Heard its either Premier or STS/Utiliquest

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    Let this be the first of many to fall. Its called karma USIC

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    Default Re: Florida att contract

    Premier got the contract in Florida. Already posted in other threads.

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    It is certainly payback time. The whole USIC brass can only look in the mirror to realize their B.S. is costing them. Good job leadership!

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    Humm, I wonder which company USIC is going to buy next.

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    I hope they do lose it. They have taken on way to much and it's wearing out all the good locators and is causing more problems then good.

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    Amen to that. Also hope the dumb arses in charge of Florida is shipped as well.

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    Default Re: Florida att contract

    att seems to really like flip flopping on their contracts.....USIC won't go far....they'll have it again by the following 3 years????
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    I'm not sure about Premier getting Florida.................I heard it was STS/Utiliquest..............and they low balled their bid (mid-six figures) to get it.............If this is true, they will be mixing Kool-Aid for paint and using bent flags for receivers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by second notice View Post
    I'm not sure about Premier getting Florida.................I heard it was STS/Utiliquest..............and they low balled their bid (mid-six figures) to get it.............If this is true, they will be mixing Kool-Aid for paint and using bent flags for receivers!
    its not att its usic. att wanted cls then got usic as the merger/buyout of cls for at&t which usic has taken on too much and sacrificng quality for quanity to please the board in return the utilitiesno longer want usic as their preferred contactor due to bad track record. anyone disagree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiberlocator99 View Post
    its not att its usic. att wanted cls then got usic as the merger/buyout of cls for at&t which usic has taken on too much and sacrificng quality for quanity to please the board in return the utilitiesno longer want usic as their preferred contactor due to bad track record. anyone disagree?
    hence them losing numerous contracts nationwide and others stepping in promising to do the job better and for the cheap. but the veterans will not do it for 13.00 sorry other companies you can low ball usic style but will end up the same in the hole like usic if you do not pay your workers what they are worth; what its worth for you as a company to gain relationship wise.

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    Default Re: Florida att contract

    As I posted earlier I interviewed with unibar who got the windstrean contract in my area an
    d they offered 14.00 top pay for 18 years in the field and a chevy subcompact to drive F U

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