Electrician/Controls Technician/HVAC (Current Employee) – Cambridge MA – January 21, 2015
• Maintain, Trouble –shoot, and Install all types of Building Automation System devices, controls, and equipment. Such as; Sensors, Damper Motors, Contactors, Relays, Temperature sensors, Flow meters/sensors, Water Detectors, Level sensors, Actuators, etc. • Install, Maintain, Trouble-shoot, and Repair Variable Frequency Drives and all equipment associated with VFD’s. • Install, Trouble-shoot, and Perform preventative maintenance on all electrical equipment IE: Electrical Panels, VFD’s, Switchgear, Transformers, Generators, Distribution equipment, etc. • Maintain and Trouble Shoot all building equipment, IE: Chillers, Air Handlers, Fan Coil Units and VAV’s, Exhaust Fans, Pumps and Motors, etc. • Repair hot spots on electrical equipment based on infrared study reports. • Install conduit and wiring for electrical equipment and controls. • Work with Maintenance Connection software to generate work orders and to document work completed and labor. • Work with schematics, blue-prints, wiring diagrams, and sequence of events to trouble-shoot and maintain equipment. • Trouble-shoot and maintain fire alarm systems-Notifier, Simplex, Siemens, ESL, and Honeywell. Also, replace and install devices. • HVAC Preventative Maintenance for Chillers, Air Handlers, Compressors, etc. • Removal of Chiller, condenser and evaporator head for internal cleaning. • Install and Trouble-shoot Pneumatic controls, such as; damper actuators and thermostats. • Trouble-shoot and Install electricmore... actuators and valves for all sizes of pipe. • Generate proposals for materials and labor for a particular job, and explain the proposed work to facility managers for approval. • Building Management Systems and software such as; Siemens-Insight/apogee, Johnson Controls-Metasys, and GXP-Delta. Install and trouble shoot devices, panels, and program.less
Area Manager/Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Lincoln, CA – December 27, 2014
•Met with vendors regarding projects, organized & applied for dig permits, and printed plans •Direct contact for tenants regarding monthly rent and CAM statements and/or issues •Reviewed monthly rent and CAM charges for accuracy, coordinated communication between accounting and vendors on changes •Oversaw all of the landscaping for sections of property •Handled basic administrative duties, scheduling appointments, and communication with tenants and vendors •Oversaw record keeping involving order entry, invoicing, accounts payable, complaint handling, and reports •Coordinated and scheduled meetings Management is fair and open to any new ideas Co-works are great Hardest part was to communication gap between the Spanish speaking employees and non- Spanish speaking employees
Associate Consultant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 28, 2014
•Provided market research in order to analyze assets and facilitate clients’ real estate management •Generated financial analyses to evaluate lease proposals and identify savings, overall maximizing client profitability •Collaborated with brokerage team to execute transactions and resolve client issues •Responded to customer requests for lease summaries to organize transaction highlights •Prepared portfolio analyses to measure real estate performance against market benchmarks and metrics •Created and sent RFPs on behalf of clients.
In the mornings check e-mail, assign work orders to personnel. Check with production on equipment status, review parts used or needed order. Check with personnel on job status. Start job that was assigned to me, most difficult job for the day usually. It take time to have a well world class maintenance team. Management stands behind the decisions supervisors make. Most of my co-workers are very knowledgeable and likeable. I would say the hardest part of the job is having the repair parts to work with. The most enjoyable part is bring equipment back to like new conditions.
Operations Center Lead (Former Employee) – Auburndale, MA – June 21, 2013
This company was stuck in the past. The systems I worked with were more frustrating than anything that was worth putting up with. Management had a "don't ever question me" kind of attitude. They need to get with the times and let some of the younger people give their input.
Customer Service Agent, National Operations Center (Current Employee) – Auburndale, MA – December 21, 2012
Everyone at DTZ, a UGL Services Company is extremely friendly and provide a wonderful atmosphere in which to work. Due to having so many different accounts, there is never a boring day. There is always something to learn, and someone to guide you through it.