TAG: Tom Canete

NJLCA, NJNLA team up for Legislative Day on the Hill

August 8, 2014By

Hundreds of Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) members converged in Washington, D.C., July 29 for the organization’s annual Legislative Day on the Hill, hosted by PLANET, the Accredited Snow Contractors Association and the Snow & Ice Management Association. The event is put on to offer landscape professionals an opportunity to discuss issues impacting the landscape and lawn care industry with their senators and representatives.... read more

1-Minute Mentor: Tom Canete

May 5, 2014By

CEO of Canete Snow Management, Wayne, N.J. Who’s your mentor? I’ve learned a lot through consultants. I’m currently working with Bill Pate. He owns Integrity Management. He really got us on track and doing things a little different. Another consultant I used mainly for snow is John Allin. He snow plowed the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002.  How... read more

Super Bowl, super snow removal plan

January 31, 2014By

In the run-up to Super Bowl Sunday, there has been as much talk about the weather as there has been about who will win, the Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks. Why all the fuss? The game, being held at MetLife Stadium at Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, N.J., is the first Super Bowl to be played in an dome-less... read more

Landscape Live! Insight of the Night: Annual snow training

December 5, 2013By

Last night on Landscape Live! Tom Canete, owner of Canete Snow Management in Wayne, N.J., shared a wealth of knowledge about how snow and ice managers can improve their efficiencies before, during and after snow events to protect their businesses while still maintaining profits. One of the many insights Canete provided revolved around preparatory training for his employees and his... read more

Canete tasked with managing Super Bowl snow removal

September 17, 2013By

Canete Snow Management of Wayne, N.J., was awarded a five-year contract to manage the snow removal at MetLife Stadium located in Secaucus, N.J., home to the New York Giants, New York Jets and the 2014 Super Bowl. The contract requires 843 workers to remove all the snow from the inside of the stadium. The snow must be removed, said Tom... read more