I am a goal oriented team player. I enjoy challenges and being asked to think outside the box. I have a working knowledge of construction equipment, crane signals, reach lifts, skytracs, and many other pieces of field equipment. I can follow instructions, work well alone or as a team, have the willingness to advance beyond my job to learn more about my field, and hope to be able to learn more as far as the service side goes.
Gathering materials for jobs and setting up jobs for installs. Tear down equipment to diagnose and identify issues, correct and rebuild.
Communicate findings with the client and our office to allow for repairs.
Install new systems and start ups
Measure up and prep for retrofits in commercial buildings.
Measure up jobs, find roof pitch and height of jack to have stands and elbows made.
Perform inspection of job for any potential problems.
Look at equipment to make repairs if non repairable then condemn the units and contact First America/Homeowners/Office
Lay out jobs in accordance to blueprints. Coordinate with other trades on site to ensure we are not overlaying or underlaying them.
Measure up duct to be ordered and fabricated, order all take offs, set equipment, run copper both soft and rigid as called for.
Run exhaust in compliance with code. Start up equipment and maintain in the form of PM's
Stay in contact with each field crew, order supplies and deliver to them as needed, take a weekly take off report from each job for duct to be made the following week.
Fab duct, insulate duct, turn drives or flanges.
Make filter boxes, assemble ductmate for jobs as required.
Set up deliveries to jobs.
Schedule crews for daily tasks
Schedule various jobs for interior floors or exterior balconies or breezeway pours.
Supervise a 6 man crew directly and check on another 5 man crew remotely.
Completed all credits but one to graduate. Was being required to return for another school year for one credit so I decided on a GED and then joined the Army
I served in the military for 5 years from 1992 - 1997, I learned how to follow precise instructions and also how to lead men/women. I was wounded and released with an Honorable Discharge in April of 1997.
I fell into the construction trade and evolved into an HVAC career.
I had attended college William R Moore in Memphis, TN for HVAC and Refrigeration where I achieved my EPA license, OSHA 10 Safety Certification, as well as \my HVAC certification.
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