I got into construction when I was 21 years old and worked as a union mason tender. As years passed, I got to know a steamfitter foreman who kept telling me to go and take the test to become a steamfitter. He said if I passed, he would get me a job at General Heating and Cooling. I did, and loved the change. I spent most of my apprenticeship with General, but was subbed out to Hooper for a little of it. I spent a lot of the time at our fab shop, prefabbing mains, run outs, VAV's, and other stuff to be sent out to our jobs. I know their is a ton to learn in this industry, and look forward to expanding my knowledge. I've had a lot of time off recently because of Covid. Now that things are starting to get back to normal, I'll be returning to General starting Monday July 19. Im applying at the University because of all the different job opportunities they offer steamfitters. I would love the opportunity to become a more well rounded fitter.
Industrial Rigging Certification
I got the chance to work at the Beloit power house during my 5th year of my apprenticeship into my journeyman career so I know what its like to work with and around a lot of people
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