I assumed the position of district shop foreman. I over saw the day to day business of managing the shop craft personnel, along with all incoming and outgoing equipment. I was also tasked with managing the maintenance on smaller jobs that did not require a full time mechanic on site.
This project was a light rail extension from Pasadena CA to Covina CA
This was a 500 mega watt simple-cycle power plant.
I am the owner of a high end hair salon that my wife runs and operates. Along with this business I run and manage a scissor sharpening and sales business. I have 3 employees that work in the field selling and sharpening shears.
This project was a design build 500 Mega watt power plant. I had a maintenance crew of 4 mechanics and 1 oiler. This was a project with several large cranes and tower cranes. This job was exceptionally challenging due to the small project footprint and heavy rains. It was necessary to pump excess water off the job site to keep the project moving forward on time.
I was hired at Marco Crane to bring my mechanical and team leadership experience. I managed and maintained Marco's entire fleet of rental cranes and support trucks. I supervised 3 mechanics and 2 yard labors. I was tasked with updating some of the older cranes in the fleet, this included some re-powers and several rebuilds.
This project was a design build 750 Mega Watt power plant. On this project I was tasked with the repair, maintenance, erection, reconfiguration, assembly and disassembly of several cranes. This job was exceptionally challenging with the number and proximity of the cranes. The job had 2 Manitowoc 2250's, one of which was configured into a 500 ton Maxxer, 4100W Vicon II, 777, Grove 80 ton RTC, 2 Lingkbelt 65 ton RTC's, 2 Liebherr ECH 630's on travelers. Safety was of the utmost concern with the amount of cranes that could potentially come into a space.
This project was a fiber optic duct bank installation.
This segment started in Paso Robles Ca and ended in Van Nuys, Ca.
On this project I was responsible for all company owned equipment and arranging necessary outside rental equipment.
The equipment used on this project was 15 Cat 416C's, 15 426C's, 2 Vermeer 758 trenchers, 2 Tesmec 900 trenchers, 2 Cat D9R's, 4 Cat Challengers, 10 Cat VFS trailers.
This job was my entry into the heavy construction industry. I started as a step one apprentice. I was tasked with assisting the Journeymen level mechanics. As my skill progressed I was moved into my own service truck. I received a well rounded education, by spending time rotating through the different jobs required to maintain and repair construction equipment. The Master Mechanic would rotate me in three month intervals from Field Service, Shop Service, Lube and Fuel truck, and Grease truck. I would work on all of the equipment on the job which includes: Cat 5230A, 5130A, 789A, 777A, B, C, D, 769B, 657E, 631D, 992, 988, 966, 446B, Hitachi EX1100, EX700, EX400, Cat D11R, D10R, D10N, D9R, D9N, D8N, D7R, Volvo L150, L120, Case STEIGER9280, Dyna Pac Rollers, Tampo Rollers, Holland Vertical cut loader. I was placed in the lead position of DEMOBE of all three of the Cat Mass EXCAVATORS and the Cat 789's and 777 rock trucks.
Mike Gomez, Equipment Manager
Scott Morris, Regional Equipment Manager
Kiewit Power Construction
Kevin M. Berger
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