Alert Driller with a dedication to safety and effeciency and a distinguished understanding of employee supervision. Successful in preventative maintenance and inventory control. Adept at cutting drilling costs without sacrificing quality or safety.
During my tenure with Robinson Well Drilling. I was hired as a drillers helper. Before I got my license, I was required to maintain a safe and secure jobsite, assist the driller in moving materials, drill rod, drill mud away from rig in a trench. I was required to rig drill rod and casing with various slings in a safe manner and transport them from the service vehicles to the rigs and In vice versa. I was also responsible for loading materials in the morning time on trailers and securing. I have driven with trailers for a while and am proficient in moving regular trailers. I have been around flat deck, cargo, dump and utility trailers of all shapes and sizes.
After a year I received my Well Drillers license. I then began to start operating the rig at various times learning the in's and out's of drilling. I have experience with claystone/sandstone, basalt rock and boulder holes. I have not had very much experience drilling in the gravels, but have completed a few undreaming jobs and drill and drive scenarios. After roughly about 6 months, I started to run the rig by myself, not only drilling but accomplishing the tasks of a helper as well. I have been capable of drilling on my own for about a year and half and have been completing jobs in a timely manner. As a driller, I've drilled bores up to 12" in diameter while welding steel casing of 6" diameter as far as 500'. Ive drilled as deep as 815' in the exploration of water. My welding skills are with stick only, and a majority of 6011 rod with 7018 as well on steel casing , casing extensions and various small fabrication jobs. I have experience running the SD series hammers up to 10" and cone bit, ken claw and drag bit as well.
I started running two Chicago Pneumatic drill rigs from the 70's, both air rotary and chain driven, from the time I started. I then began to run a 89' Schramm t660h Air rotary drill rig. This rig was not running when the company purchased it. I aided a mechanic in the rebuild of a GHH Rand air 1050/350 screw compressor and also the deck engine which contained a 3406b cat motor. I replaced various hydraulic components and suspension components, the rebuilding of the top head and table as well as various fabrication projects to get the rig running properly and safely.
I was given the tasks of drilling wells, while completing rough well reports. I also provided all of the maintenance for the rigs, service trucks and support equipment (welders, trailers, on and off road trucks and various small equipment) My duties included but not limited to fluid changes on drive trucks and suspension, greasing's, replacing hydraulic cylinders, hoses, pumps, valves etc. I also maintained various drive systems and structural support of the mast and rig itself. I have experience diagnosing and repairing issues in the field as necessary with minimal tooling. I was in charge of keeping inventory of various drilling materials and basic maintenance materials. I oversaw 2 employees at different times at the job site as well as in shop applications, and managed them at various times. I was included in some office paperwork and meeting with customers at different times for site prep and keeping the customer informed during the drilling process. I have set few pumps but have a general understanding of pumps and the well dynamics that follow.
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