Responsible Chiller Mechanic offering excellent customer service, problem-solving and mechanical abilities developed over 10-years in the heating and cooling industry. Capable decision-maker with self-motivated approach to addressing any installation or repair needs. Specialize in HVAC/R. An opportunity to grow personally and professionally to help the company succeed.
I installed and ran service for BCH all along west coast of Florida work on everything from 10 ton to 300 and on the refrigeration anything from Manitowoc ice machines to walk in freezers. And on the heating side a wide variety of boiler work was asked of me as Well. I was able to broaden my skill set from thing I had not yet seen or worked on in the mid-west. One thing I lacked living in FL was there was not much control work that I was used do to the company structure. But did find myself on a few construction jobs when install and service was slow.
I was a MES technician at DeBra I worked again on equipment ranging from 90- 300 ton on the cooling side. On the heating side I worked on anything from 100 btu to a million btu boilers and everything in between. I mostly ran service and start ups at DeBra because of Union rules I was on limited construction sites but would be called here or there to assist with them. While at DeBra I was in the UA local 162 where I attended classes towards my journeyman card. I only left DeBra because I had got an opportunity in Fl.
At Perfection I quickly moved up the ladder finding myself in what we called the green team. While running service and installing. I quickly got a grasp on the control side of things as well. Being part of the green team we did a variety of government contracts to include local state and federal buildings all over the eastern part of the United States. Our engineers would go in and do audits to see what we could do to make the building more efficient i.e. green. I would be on construction jobs and then would eventually take care of those jobs per contract meaning I would be lead or second lead service tech on these jobs. I really got my feet wet here, I worked on various manufacturers from Munters McQuay Trane Carrier York to name a few countless pump and boiler manufacturers. And on the control side I really dived into Tridium control reason being we were a dealer and in Ohio the school districts loved the brand. I left Perfection because I wanted to be part of the union and we had a lot of turn around in management that was really shaking up thing to where we started losing contracts in the Ohio region. I felt more job security if I was in the union.
I graduated the fire academy in December of 2019 and was in the process of pursuing my EMT. Covid soon struck and to get into a EMT course was almost impossible because you couldn't do labs. My goal was to finish up and be p/t or volunteer In my local community.
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