I have been a construction electrician for 33 years. I served a 4 year apprenticeship in Chicago and left there soon after that. I traveled all over the US and have had the great opportunity to live and work in some of the most beautiful places in this Country. I have lived and worked in 12 different states.
I have worked on about any electrical job conceivable from power plants, refineries, mines, paper plants, bottling plants, aerospace plants, high rises, tunnels, airports as well as quite a bit of time doing residential and service truck work. I am also a certified California Journeyman.
About 2 years ago, I had the opportunity to go to work as a nuclear maintenance electrician for Socal Edison here in California.
I have partnered with thousands of electricians and hundreds of contractors. I like to think that I have also been a good influence upon new apprentices and journeymen. This has been a good trade to me and my family. I don't regret a day that I have worked in this trade.
Looking back on this post, there are a lot of "I" s. This has not meant to be a brag post. If I can help or give someone ideas, don't hesitate to ask.
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