ITD celebrates vital partnership with ISP on 80th
ISP and ITD used to share the Headquarters building in Boise. Although ISP moved out long ago, the partnership between the two agencies continues to be a strong one.
Early pioneers Bloxham and Gertje join Morgan and Clausen as additions to Fallen Worker Memorial
Four names have been added to the ITD Fallen Worker Memorial, representing two early pioneers in the road-building effort of the early 1960s, plus one from the ‘90s and a recent employee.
Latest 511 enhancement offers information on rest areas
There have been several dozen improvements to the 511 system since it was introduced, and the latest is an enhancement already implemented to provide better information at rest areas statewide.
ITD Job Openings UPDATED
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.
Dew and Kriebs perfect method to “square up” bases
Talk about precision work. Even an 1/8-inch difference between the anchor holes can make it difficult, or even impossible, to properly align. D3’s Josh Dew and Doug Kriebs came up with a remedy.
Montpelier shed uses gravity to aid in road clearing
The Montpelier maintenance shed, frequent contributor to the department's innovation funnel, has come up with another: a gravity-flow spray bar to apply brine to areas of greatest need.
Great customer service means roses for Robin
D1’s front desk receptionist Robin Karsann was surprised by roses delivered to her desk in late January, a gift from a grateful member of the public.
"Assailant" named Employee Communications finalist
An article about Active Shooter training last summer is a finalist in a national Employee Communications contest.