Dependable Electrical Foreman bringing 34 years of superior industry performance to add value to a electrical foreman, or Electrician role. Ambitious and hardworking with a proven history of mentoring apprentice electricians in repair and installation. I am willing to learn and also willing to teach. I believe a Electrical Foreman is only as good as the men under him. My entire career has been as an Electrician or some type of electrical foreman ,or General foreman for many contractors and companies over the years. I enjoy the electrical trade I don't mind hard work, and I don't expect people to do anything that I wouldn't do myself.
I have been in the electrical trade for 34 years now. I started in high school , went through a 5 year apprenticeship. I have a very good knowledge of construction of a full building of any style, or purpose i.e.[ industrial,commercial, hospital]. I am very good at conduit bending including rigid conduit up to 6". I am very good at bending EMT in sizes up to 4". I have pulled wire up to 750 MCM. I have set alot of switch gear and have done the bus bar tie-ins. I have installed both exposed and under ground conduit of all types. I have terminated wires in panels and cabinets from the the sizes of #22 awg to up to 1000MCM. I have an extensive knowledge of the National Electric Code. I know motor control circuits pretty good, I am very good at reading electrical blue prints. I have a very basic knowledge of PLC controls. That is the one aspect of the electrical trade that I have not been exposed to much. I understand the theory behind it and the devices associated with it, but programming of PLC's and the ladder logic I have not been exposed to enough to be comfortable saying I know them. I have done an extensive amount of motor trouble shooting, worked with motor testing equipment, also have set mounted and piped and wired many motors for all types of applications.
I took this job over late in the project because the foreman that was running it retired. When I started all the under ground conduit was already in and it was on the finish of the job. I did all the light fixture hanging and wiring, all the receptacle and switch trim out. Basically took the job to the end stages and got it ready for occupancy for the owner.
I am the electricians maintenance foreman. I currently have a 7 member crew. My daily duties are to talk with my supervisor about the work he wishes to have done on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. These duties include repair of broken equipment,replacement of motors, repair of motor control circuits,we also maintain and repair all lighting and electrical systems associated with the hotels, employee housing, water parks, roller coasters, food equipment all the way from point of service down the the equipment itself. We also do an extensive amount of set up and tear down of different celebrations i.e[ frontier festival, 150th year celebration, point fest] I also am in charge of covering shifts when my employees wish to or need time off. There are many other things that we do at Cedar Point, but basically we keep it running on the electrical aspect of the park.
I was the Foreman on two separate jobs with this contractor. One job was at NASA in sandusky. We had to replace one of the main power transformers, feeder wires, and switch gear that feeds 1/2 of NASA plumbrook facility. We set the new switch gear, places the transformer, ran new conduit, and splices in the existing feeders off the load side of the switch gear. Also I was the foreman on the smelter project at National Bronze facility in Lorain OH. On this project i was in charge of the same type of installation but on aa larger scale. I set the 4000 amp switch gear, layed out the under ground and overhead feeders for 13,8 KV feeder lines,pulled the wire and supervised the termination of such cables. I also layed out the under ground branch circuit conduits to feed the smelting unit, and the control conduits, pulled the wire, and over seen the termination of these pieces of equipment.
I have JLG and Lift training, I used to be a certified welder but gave it up. I have operated lifts up to 185 foot down to scissor lifts. I am safe start trained as well.
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