Dependable and hard-working NCCCO Crane Operator with more than 11 years experience in the construction industry. Thrives in a fast-paced environment and works to complete projects quickly and efficiently.
I stay current with public safety and security standards. Safely I operate and maneuver a diverse range of heavy duty construction equipment.
Received higher union starting pay grade based on previous trade knowledge and experience.
Currently working on the Trans Bay Transit System in San Fransico. Operating RT Cranes ranging from 20 ton - 90 ton to lift and move materials and large objects. I Also operate 2 carrier deck cranes. Daily I am flying rebar, lumber, and other materials when needed in a safe and timely manner. My job also involves daily pre and post trip inspections. I operate equipment safely and efficiently at all times. My job consists of communicating with dispatch regarding deliveries as well as assisting other companies on site with lifting various materials. When I am not needed in the crane I help out with other odd jobs when I'm needed (rigging loads, operating forklifts, fueling equipment) to name just a few.
Worked in Ione,California on a billion dollar project adding on to Mule Creek State Prison. Operated two different Gantry Cranes (MI Jack 110 and MI Jack 70). Daily responsibilities ranged from Pre and Post trip inspections, lifting cores for the build up of prison housing, to lifting the entire housing unit after the cement pour and moving it down to the assembly line. The housing weighed over 200,000 lbs. When not needed in the cranes I stayed busy helping other construction workers jackhammering concrete, operating fork lifts, rigging, and re fueling equipment for the next business day.
Maintained and operated 90 ton Terex hydraulic RT Crane. Coordinated and responsible for a team of 10 man crew. Built housing equipment for large generators. Lead a weekly safety meeting to address any safety concerns, discussed the plan of action if there happened to be any minor to major accidents, as well as communicated what was planned for the week on the project.
This company is longer in business.
Operated multiple types of hydraulic and tower cranes. Daily pre and post trip inspections. Weekly safety meetings. Responsible for the build up and tear down of tower cranes in which I operated. Setting priorities which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities. Some weeks I would help out with oiler duties when crane work was slow. Traveled out of town when needed. All work was within Arizona.
Operated a linkbelt 90 ton hydraulic truck crane. Responsibilities for arriving on time to different scheduled crane jobs. Assess the location, determine the safest route to carry out the picks. Daily complete pre- trip and post-trip inspections. Assisted in minor weekly and monthly scheduled maintenance procedures on my assigned crane.
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