An earthwork and paving contractor digs, moves, and places material forming the surface of the earth, other than water, in such a manner that a cut, fill, excavation, grade, trench, backfill, or tunnel (if incidental thereto) can be executed, including the use of explosives for these purposes. This classification includes the mixing, fabricating and placing of paving and any other surfacing materials.
Anaheim, a hub for amusement parks and conventions, tries to make business licensing easy by providing one central office for business licenses as well as zoning and business permits. Customer service representatives help entrepreneurs figure out every aspect of coming into compliance with city regulations. However, in most cases, county, state and federal regulations and requirements also apply. Although tourism is bar far the dominant industry of Anaheim, the city doesn't just rely on Walt Disney to keep its economy moving. Other major businesses in Anaheim include AT&T, Banco Popular, Bridgford Foods, CKE Restaurants, Fisker Automotive, Fujitsu, Ganahl Lumber, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Isuzu, Kaiser Foundation, L-3 Communications, Pacific Sunwear, Panasonic, Seagate, Sunny Delight, Taormina Industries Targus,Tenet Healthcare, Universal Alloy, YKK Corporation, Yogurtland, and Zyxel.