STRUCTURAL WELDER IRONWORKER - Building Trades Construction Resume Sea
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Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction SpiderID: 24624
Desired Job Location: RICHMOND, Virginia Date Posted: 1/30/2009
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2-01-2009
Desired Wage: 35,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes

James Lewis Jack
1689B 8th Street
Hampton, VA 23665
Home # 757-848-5789
mobile # 765-914-7718

Objective: An Ironworker/Structural welder position utilizing my skills in
Mig/Stick/Flux-core welding. I have a valid driver's license, my own
truck, trailer, and tools with my personal protection equipment. I
have become accustomed to working in harsh cold climates, I have
no fear of heights and I am willing to travel and relocate for extended
lengths of time. Gaps in my employment history are due to short term
contract projects where I was only needed for specific tasks. I have a
road warrior past, but I’m seeking long term employment.


8-08 to Present, job assignment completed

Us Trades, LLC. (Allison Crane & Rigging)
8604 Allisonville Rd 2817 Lycoming Creek Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46250 Williamsport, PA 17701
Kurt Stiller, Recruiter (800) 232-2977
TEL: 800-497-1303

• Duties include stick welding for all new construction on sight (i.e. bar joists, bridging, roofing, decking, columns, I beams, channels, angles) fabrication, maintenance and repairs.
• Involved in all installation phases of modern structure. Including updated designs from original blue print, connecting, fitting, and rigging for crane operations and heavy duty equipment.

Ironworker, Combo Welder
5-08 to 8-08, seasonal work

Trillium Construction Services Jarmans Construction
P.O. Box 568 4268 W County Road 300 N
Bettendorf, IA.52722 Frankfort, IN 46041
TEL: 888-695-4239

• Duties included installation of modernized soybean oil extraction equipment.
• Disassembled existing structures.
• Involved with connecting, crane operations, crane assembly, rigging, and acetylene torch assignments.

Ironworker, Stick Welder
9-07 to 3-08

Northwest Steel Erectors
5125 Beisser Drive
Grimes, IA 50111
TEL: 515-986-5701

• Erected and welded stairways, floor grating, decking, elevator in-beds, X-bracing, beams, channels, angle iron etc.
• Fabricator, acetylene torch, and plasma cutting experience.
• Installation of structural steel support for all sizes of ethanol tanks on site.
• Assisted in advanced structural renovation of existing medical treatment center.

Tank builder, Millwright
4-07 to 9-07

The Eagle Group Ltd.
8384 W. Peck Road
Greenville, MN.
Chuck Owens, Foreman
TEL: (616) 754-7777

• Welded Mig, Stick, and Flux-core on stainless and carbon steel ethanol plant tanks.
• Installation of handrail, flow valves, stairs, tank components etc.
• Heavy equipment operator-JLG lifts, Zoom Booms, Crane basket operations, Forklifts, Front End Loaders, and Bobcats.

Out of state Construction
Mig/Stick Welder/Installation
12-06 to 4-07
New Orleans, Louisiana-Kissimmee, Florida Contractors

• Welded metal parts together, using both gas welding and brazing, and any combination of arc welding processes.
• Assisted structural steel worker in raising, placing and uniting girders, columns and other structural-steel members to form completed structures and structure frameworks.
• Signaled worker operating hoisting equipment to lift and place steel member.
• Welded metal components together to fabricate and repair products, such as machine parts, plant equipment, mobile homes, motors and generators.
• Repaired broken and cracked parts, filled holes and increased size of metal parts.
• Helped lay out, fit and weld fabricated, cast and forged components to assemble structural forms.

Mig Welder/Pipewelder/Fabricator
8-05 to 12-06

Elevator Equipment Company
2230 NW 12th Street
Richmond, Indiana 47374
Rick Wolfenbarger
TEL: 765-966-7161

• Welded metal parts with gas welding equipment as specified by layout, welding diagram, and work order.
• Turned regulator valves to activate flow of gases, lit torch, and adjusted gas mixture and pressure to obtain desired flame, based on knowledge of gas-welding techniques.
• Assembled and installed electric and hydraulic freight and passenger elevators, escalators and dumbwaiters, determining layout and electrical connections from blueprints.
• Secured anchor bolts and welded brackets to support rails and framework.
• Cut prefabricated sections of framework, rails and other elevator components to specified dimensions, using acetylene torch, power saw and disk grinder.

2-10-04 to 2-14-05

First Rate Industries, LTD
2079 Hollansburg Rd
Hollansburg, Ohio 45332
Jerome “Kim” Baker
TEL: (937) 997-5315

• Installed machinery and equipment according to layout plans, blueprints and other drawings in industrial establishment.
• Used hoists, lift trucks, hand tools and power tools.
• Constructed foundation for machines, using hand tools and building materials, such as wood, cement and steel.
• Repaired and lubricated machines and equipment.
• Performed installation and maintenance work as part of team of skilled trade workers.

1-1-03 to 1-20-04

Interstate Steel Erectors, INC
210 Main St.
Alexandria, Indiana 46001
TEL: (765) 724-0080

 Raised, placed and united girders, columns and other structural-steel members to form completed structures or structure frameworks, working as member of a crew.
 Guided member, using tab line, or rode on member in order to guide it into position.
 Bolted aligned members to keep them in position until they could be permanently riveted, bolted, and welded in place.
 Cut and welded steel members to make alterations, using oxyacetylene welding equipment.

FIND CENTER Richmond, Indiana
General Education Diploma 2005

Additional Skills:

• One source Boom Lift, Scissor Lift, Telescoping Forklift, and Warehouse Forklift training and certification.
• Confined space entry certification with electrical and fire hazard training.
• Certified welder capable of passing all on site welding examinations.
• Completed 10 hours OSHA Safety Training Course.
• Impeccable Ariel construction experience with excellent safety record.


Colter Fetterolf (570) 279-0087
Greg Jones (765) 962-5989
John Hamilton (765) 855-5837

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