I'm very familiar with OSHA's safety requirements and regulations. I strive to have a safe work environment and make sure my crew does as well. My goal is to make sure everyone goes home safe every night. I'm self directed, dependable, and knowledgeable of my goals and responsibility. I take pride in my work and make sure it is done right the first time. Being a team player and having the ability to work with others is a great asset.
Deep knowledge of sheet metal, fabrication, installation codes, and
Responsible for providing vision and guidance to a group of 20 construction employees, training them on sufficient project plans and procedures.
Certified on the operation of fork lifts, scissor lifts, and boom lifts.
Went to Colonial Webb as a sheet metal mechanic. During the past year I was promoted to a foreman's position overseeing up to 28 men. My duties include laying out work for the crews, ordering material, and reading blue prints to insure the work is installed correctly. I'm also required to draw up fittings that need to be installed in the field.
Started in March of 2003 as a helper and worked my way up to being a mechanic running a crew. I was the lead man for over two years. My duties included sheet metal fabrications and installation. I'm familiar with using a break, slitter, and a pittsburgh machine.
Completed four years of school in the HVAC field.
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