After graduating high school in 1989, I started working in the construction industry as a helper. I worked at a structural fab shop. After a short time, I moved to the piping side of the industry . I worked in a piping fab shop for 3 years where I became a certified Pipe welder. I moved on into the Turnaround side of the industry in 1993. In 2004, I left the construction industry to take a supervisors role at Kentwood Brick. I worked in the production industry until 2007 before returning to the construction industry . I have worked in turnarounds, new construction, maintenance and fab shops settings. Moving into Management full time in 2010. I have managed turnarounds with up to 400 employees and project work with as little as 4 to 6 employees. I have managed projects as large as 25 mil or as small as 10K. I have managed lump sum , T&M and maintenance type contracts. I have also managed projects through all phases from tool up to demobilization. I am looking for a position to finish my career. I feel like I have a lot to offer from my vast background of all different types of construction.
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