I started the waterproofing industry at the bottom as laborer . Worked my way up by spending my time studying the product literature . Opened up good lines of communications with our product manufacturers, jobsite superintendents, and our inspectors.
Held training sessions on new materials coming out bi-monthly as well as safety meetings at each and every jobsite every day. Ordered materials, did time cards/hours and scheduling for at least a month in advance . Scheduled material drops to job sites. Represented the company at pre-con meetings and mock-ups when needed . Had a part in both the hiring and the firing process.
Worked by strict deadlines and trained and oversaw each and every person I put in charge of a job. At one time there was 24 jobs I was in the process of starting, in the middle of working, or getting ready to finish up.
-Forklift, gradall, scissor lift, boom lift, aerial platform lift certified .
Ramset (powder actuated gun) certified
-Knowledgeable in Gypsum . Ran a pump and the whole division for 5yrs.
-Confined space trained
Materials - sealants, coatings , below grade and above grade waterproofing . Hot rubberized asphalt. polyeurathanes , CIM, peel and stick , Epro , Vapor mitigation systems and air barrier products . Decking. Thermoplastic Heat welding. (Core flex)
- barometric water testing for all above grade jobs, in some cases built dams and covered areas in 2 inch of wYer for 2 days to test for leaks as well .
Speak, read, and write Spanish pretty well.
.majoring in process technology
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