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Equipment Operator Construction

Location:
Houston, Texas, 77071, United States
Posted:
October 13, 2016

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Eduardo Nunez

**** ***** ****** **

Houston, Tx *7071

Phone: 281-***-****

E-mail: acw1gf@r.postjobfree.com

*Objectives:*

Gaining peers respect and leading a crew with proficiency and trust.

Earning the trust of superiors, by meeting deadlines with dedication and

reliability. Helping the company grow by improving job performance taking

challenges head on thriving in any environment or situations.

*Qualifications:*

Carpenter of 11+ years of experience in the refinery field.

Also multicrafter ex. Iron helper, rod buster, finisher, plumbing ect.

Nccer certified

Twic card available upon request.

Safety council basic plus

Light weight equipment operator

Occasional welding, tacking, blow torch experience

*Work History:*

Kbr contruction at Freeport, Tx

Laying out concrete foundation to later on build iron structure for a pipe rack. Setting symon form to build a footing for a pedestal along with being braced and kicked have templates measurements and projection ready for concrete making sure to stay ahead of deadlines.

Bechtel at Exxon mobile Baytown, Tx

Journey man carpenter (civil)

Started building concrete slabs for lunch tents then helped set up tent structure to add covers. Did a lot of decking for trailer and any miscellaneous maintenance work for the trailer, example: plumbing, decking with steps and rails, nailing white board to wall, responsible for turning lights off in the morning and turning them on at night for night crew, refueling light by hand with 5 gallon jugs.

S&B at Chevron Phillips Mont Belvieu, Tx

Carpenter (civil)

Civil work building tank farms foundation, footings with pedestals, steps, slab foundations. Reading blue prints and making sure we have our lay out. Setting panel/Simon forms pluming them making sure they level and squared. Checking elevations, templates, and dimensions are correct with surveyor making sure it’s ready for squeduled concrete.

Austin Industrial at Lyondell Bessel Houston, Tx

Maintenance carpenter

Maintenance work repairing step, pedestals, tank farm foundations, sidewalks. Being assisted by co wo-workers, they would help me set forms, cut rebar and tie mat down then pour the slab. When not working in my line of work I would assisting my co-workers in their line of job. For example: boiler maker, assist equipment operator, and garbage pick up.

Baker Concrete Construction

Carpenter civil

Deck, tilt walls and column forming for high rise buildings. Understanding instructions by foreman as directed from blue prints. Having layouts ready in time for scheduled pours

Breda Construction

Rod buster (civil)

Rebar work for highway construction projects. Measuring to specifications, tacking/welding and tying rebar mats (rod busting).

Demar/Burrow Global

carpenter

Responsible for daily task completion given by GF/Q-A Q-C. Relaying to crew job responsibilities, deadlines and to trouble shot difficulties that arise. Having layouts ready not only with in time for scheduled pours but always making sure we meet company standards

Forbes Construction

Journey man carpenter (civil)

Carpenter journey man Journey man responsibilities making sure crew is on task. Supervising crews work and leading them by example having our work be done correctly. Having layouts ready not only with in time for scheduled pours but always making sure we meet company standards

D. E. Harvey builders

Carpenter

Take instructions by foreman as directed from blue prints. Having layouts ready in time for scheduled pours but always making sure we meet company standards. Set forms level with elevation given, tie down rebar at given measurement before pouring

concrete. Would also volunteer in weekend jobs building cranes and maintaining them by lubing and tightening the bolts being suspended heights up to 160ft in the air.



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