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Sheet Metal Customer Service

United States
January 25, 2018

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Terell Cureton

*** ********* **.

Aberdeen, MD **001

443-***-**** (mobile)

Qualifica ons:

Journeyman’s license (State of Maryland)- Sheet Metal

Proficient in the use of tools and hydraulic machines

Welding: shop and architectural applica ons

Duct Work: fabrica on, manufacturing, scaling, dra ing

Experienced in safety standards for machinery

Capacity to read and interpret architectural blue prints

Knowledge of industrial geometry and trigonometry

Good a endance and punctuality record

Ability to work independently and as part of a team Educa on:

Sheet Metal Union, Local 100 - Appren ceship Program, finished June 2014 (12,000 + hours) Tesst College of Technology - HVAC Program, 2013 – 2014 Catonsville Community College - Computer-automated manufacturing (cert.), 2002 Caver High School - Maryland High School Diploma, 1995 Cer fica ons:

MSDE Voca onal Educa onal Cer ficate – 8/19/96

OSHA 10 Hour OSHT Course: Construc on Safety and Health – 8/18/11

OSHA 30 Hour OSHT Course: Construc on Safety and Health – 7/19/08

Sheet Metal Worker Appren ceship (State of Maryland) – 7/1/2014

Crane Signal Training (Mobile and Locomo ve Cranes and Crane Safety) – Interna onal Union of Opera ng Engineers (Local 37) – Exp. 1/11/2017

Rigging Training Level II (Mobile and Locomo ve Cranes, Rigging Equipment for Material Handling and Crane Safety) – Interna onal Union o Opera ng Engineers (Local 37) – Exp. 1/11/2017 Experience: Gillmann Services Inc. Richmond, VA 804-***-**** March 2017-November 2017

Machine maintenance and repair (converter belt – recycling plant); fabricated, assembled, and installed sheet metal products/duct work; set-up fabrica on machines to cut, bend and straighten metal.

Unlimited Services Available Reisterstown, MD 21136 888-***-**** November 2016-March 2017

HVAC, ductwork maintenance and plumbing

Greenwood Towing, Inc. Bal more, MD 21217 410-***-**** August 2015 – November 2015: Driver Operator

Transported vehicles via company-owned wheel li and flat bed trucks to designated loca ons between Bal more and Virginia in compliance with safety regula on. Load and unloaded vehicles safely and free of damage. Provided excep onal customer service. Columbia Roofing, Inc. Elkridge, MD 21075 443-***-**** March 2015 – July 2015: Laborer

Manually loaded and unloaded materials. Count, verify and confirmed the accuracy of each supply order. Assisted with the uploaded of material safely to the roof. Assisted with the removal and installa on of roof coa ngs. Cleaned up debris when each job was completed.

Crown Corp Inc. Gary, IN 46406 219-***-****

October 2013 – December 2015: Journeyman Mechanic

Measured and cut as specified in plans, fabricated, assembled and repaired standing seam external wall panels and soffits in compliance with site schema cs. Set up and worked safely on ladders and scaffolding.

East Coast Metal Systems Wheeling, WV 26003 304-***-**** August 2012 – October 2013: Journeyman Mechanic

Fabricated, assembled, installed and repaired sheet metal products. Safely and accurately installed architectural metal panels. Completed tasks according to layout, blueprints, technical manuals and/or work orders.

SSM Industries, Inc. Pi sburgh, PA 15225 412-***-**** October 2010 – August 2012: Journeyman Mechanic (3rd/4th year appren ce) Performed assessment, fabrica on, layout and installa on of various metal products. Responsible for inventorying of duct supply (per job). Independently planned, scaled and set up jobs to meet work phase deliverables.

Tradesmen Interna onal, Skillforce, Local 100 Engineering Corpora on Bal more, MD January 2006 – October 2010: HVAC Mechanic

Fabricated, assembled, installed and repaired sheet metal products and duct work. Set up and operated fabrica on machines to cut, bend, and straighten metal. Performed dra ing, blueprin ng, and welding. Worked with soldering brazing and forming copper as well as other piping. Created round and square duct work. Performed job du es safely and efficiently.

Adcor Industries, Inc. Bal more, MD

October 2003 – November 2005: Machinist

Operated ver cal milling machine, engine lathe, surface and pedestal grinders. Performed basic CNC opera on. Read and interpreted industrial blueprints, dial indicators, height gauges and scien fic calculators. Determined dimensions and intolerances of finished work pieces.

Interna onal Restora on Services Bal more, MD

September 2001– October 2003: Grout Technician, Cement Finisher, Skilled Laborer Responsible for safety and set up at job site. Operated and maintained a variety of hand and power tools, mixers, and equipment used in chemical water proofing, drilling, sand blas ng, pain ng, and cement finishing.


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