Followed the National Electric Code and State codes to complete conduit runs, wire pulls, and excavation depths.
Upheld good communication skills with co workers on progress and safety concerns.
Worked with the local utilities to energize multiple pump houses.
Ran Galvanized rigid conduit along with non metallic conduit to complete raceways for service conductors and also for variable frequency drives, harmonic filters, and pump motor feeders.
Executed multiple troubleshooting projects.
Installed underground and exposed conduit.
Worked with good communication skills along with masons to ensure conduit and boxes were in the proper locations.
Ran conduit, cable tray, and cable for a remodel on a hospital.
Wired services for multiple buildings in the Hanford area.
Installed proper grounding for power poles, service equipment, secondary transformers and service disconnects.
installed new communication cables and devices for remote offices.
Established a good working relationship with Hanford Utilities to complete jobs on or ahead of schedule.
Wired main service gear of General Electric wind turbines.
Installed wire splices on all sections of the wind turbine as per manufacturer specs.
After a phase to ground fault at a pump station we successfully replaced 4160 volt wires for a pump with no voltage tracking issues.
Worked along with local utility to disconnect and reconnect service lines.
Helped coordinate with customer, utility, and workers the change over of a direct 13500 volt utility feed to an interrupted 13500 volt utility feed. There was no damage done to the wire as it was pulled out and then back in over 500 feet.
Set and wired 13500 volt transformers.
Wired controls and feeders for 2500kw generators for back up power.
With the communication and help of other craft all deadlines were met.
Completed tear out and install of new cables, conduit, and supports as the result of an explosion.
Worked along with engineers and other craft at a natural gas facility to rebuild damaged equipment and structures with no lost time injuries.
Rewired existing control room with new components and a more updated system.
Accurately completed conduit runs on a Heat Recovery Steam Generator at a Co-Gen with no conduit fill issues per National Electrical Code.
Successfully completed by communicating with the local utility fiber optic and 4160 volt terms with no issues on quality.
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