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Old 05-03-2016, 06:31 PM   #1
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Hi, I worked in electrical learning my way through the trades and becoming a general contractor, but that was a while ago. (25 + years)
I currently work as a PM for LA County Parks where I interface with consultants, land owners, multi-jurisdictional projects (like Caltrans, Army Corps of Engineers, multiple cities...)
It helps having a hands on background, but sometimes trips me up.
I miss the days when it was all just sweat and hard work, but those were the days
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Old 05-03-2016, 07:02 PM   #2
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Hi, I worked in electrical learning my way through the trades and becoming a general contractor, but that was a while ago. (25 + years) I currently work as a PM for LA County Parks where I interface with consultants, land owners, multi-jurisdictional projects (like Caltrans, Army Corps of Engineers, multiple cities...) It helps having a hands on background, but sometimes trips me up. I miss the days when it was all just sweat and hard work, but those were the days
Welcome to the crowd.

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Hi, I worked in electrical learning my way through the trades and becoming a general contractor, but that was a while ago. (25 + years)
I currently work as a PM for LA County Parks where I interface with consultants, land owners, multi-jurisdictional projects (like Caltrans, Army Corps of Engineers, multiple cities...)
It helps having a hands on background, but sometimes trips me up.
I miss the days when it was all just sweat and hard work, but those were the days
Welcome to the party. It's a quite friendly bunch. Just curious - what brought you here? Looking for a resource to bounce electrical construction & servicing questions off of? You're in the right place. Have fun.
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