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  journeyman wireman
Industry Type: Electrical Contractors
City & State: atlanta,GA
Job Title: journeyman wireman
Relocation Preferences: anywhere usa

204 E Felton rd. 6700 Bright's rd.
Cartersville.GA Pittsville, VA.
Cellular 6785594793 Home 4346566918
Cellular 6785594793


An interesting position with a growing company


My experience in the electrical trade / industry has been solely
based upon my training and experience in the Atlanta chapter IBEW
/ NECA apprenticeship and training it has been the most
challenging yet rewarding experience in my life and i hope to use
all I've learned and experienced to serve my employer with one of
the best and highly skilled craftsmen this industry has to offer.


Jan. 07, 2010 Evans Construction Rome, GA.
to March 18th, 2010 Journeyman Wireman

Mainly maintenance type electrical work that
involved exothermic welding for grounding
systems at Georgia Power Plant Bowen in
Cartersville,GA., this job also involved add
on's to previous installations, extensive wire
pulls working with 480 volt systems, and also
some control / plc work..

Nov. 28th, 2009 Fluor Maintenance Atlanta, GA
to Dec. 29th, 2009 Journeyman Wireman

At this particular job at Georgia Power Plant
Jack Mc Daniels my work involved repairing and
troubleshooting temporary power issues for the
boilermakers, pipefitters, millwrights,
laborers, and also fellow wiremen I also worked
in the permanent lighting crew at this
particular job installing conduit for 277 volt
lighting around the plant.

Apr. 6th, 2009 Shaw, Stone, and Webster Pueblo, CO
to June 7th, 2009 Journeyman Wireman

This job was for Excel Energy at the Comanche
powerhouse in Pueblo, CO I worked there
installing twenty-four and thirty-six inch cable
tray and two inch rigid conduit eighty-five feet
overhead from a boom lift this conduit and cable
tray served as a feeder system for forty-five
250 horsepower motors that in turn served as a
cooling system for that particular unit.

Oct. 1st, 2008 Newtron Inc. Beaumont, TX
to Jan. 23rd, 2009 Journeyman Wireman

in Beaumont, TX i was part of the Hurricane Ike
recovery team that came into the Exxon Mobile
chemical refinery two weeks after the hurricane
and began to bring the plant back up and
running this job involved determinating wires
in control systems as well as power systems
re-labeling each and every wire, replacing
gear, transformers, and control panels,
re-routing systems, and eventually
re-terminating them into new gear and panels

Aug. 7th, 2008 Conti Electric Las Veagas, NV
to Sept. 23rd, 2008 Journeyman Wireman

at Conti Electric i worked at the Fountain
Bleu Casino / Hotel project in the power
distribution crew installing four inch and six
inch rigid conduit that served as a 4160 volt
main feeder system for power to the Hotel and
power to six generators to be connected in
parallel with each other.

Jul. 9th, 2008 D and N Electric East Point, GA
to Aug. 1st, 2008 Journeyman Wireman

at D & N i worked at a hospital addition in
Habersham county,GA installing a fire alarm
system for the addition this job involved
running conduit for the system and pulling fire
alarm cable.

May of 2006 Whitehead Electric Mableton, GA
to May 27th, 2008 Apprentice / Journeyman Wireman

at Whitehead i was still an apprentice most of
that time so i had various duties but i still
had project assignments also which involved
piping in electrical rooms with lighting and
power, all the way to wiring up the main power
and transformers at two different water
treatment plant projects i also worked at a
chewing gum factory assisting on many motor
control and plc involved projects.

July of 2005 Allison-Smith Co. Atlanta, GA
to May of 2006 Apprentice

At Allison-Smith I worked as an apprentice on power
distribution projects that involved running four
inch conduit and some smaller to projects that
involved installing fire alarm systems and also a
lot of tenant rebuild projects as well as
exothermic welding for grounding systems and also
ups systems.

June of 2004 Dyco Electric Norcross, GA
to July of 2005 Apprentice

At DYCO as an apprentice I and one journeyman who
was also my foreman spent one year at Dobbins Air
Force Base installing all feeders branch circuitry
and fire alarm / security systems as well as
grounding and outside lighting systems for the
newly installed visitors center entrance I am
proud to say that everything there I either
installed myself or had a major part in the
installation. I also worked at Lockheed-Martin
while at DYCO on several undisclosed projects.

Aug. of 2003 Mayberry Electric Atlanta, GA
to May of 2004 Apprentice

Mayberry was where I first worked on a school and
assisted in many projects I was early on in my
apprenticeship but still worked on many different
things and began to understand how many different
systems worked individually and together.

March of 2003 Metro Electric Atlanta, GA
to Aug. of 2003 Apprentice

Metro was my introduction to the electrical field
while there I worked on a huge MARTA project and
learned a lot about underground
installation,bending and installing emt, and rigid
conduit, pulling wire big and small on long and
short pulls, lightning protection systems,
grounding systems, building bases for outside
lights and installing and wiring them up this was
where I decided I wanted to be a part of this
trade and industry.


2003 - 2008
Atlanta Electrical Joint 501 Pulliam St. Atlanta,
Apprenticeship and Training
Journeyman Wireman / Electrician

Additional Training

AC and DC Theory
2002 and 2005 National Electric Code
Grounding and Bonding
Motors and Transformers
Motor Controls and Programmable Logic Control
Fire Alarms and Security Systems
Masters License preparatory class


GA State driver's license, federal certification for the title of
electrician recognizing my training and education that qualifies
me, and a journeyman card / ticket


Six year member of the international brotherhood of electrical
graduate of the joint IBEW / NECA five year apprenticeship


Available upon request

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