Internship, Four Seasons CDC Atlanta (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – October 11, 2014
In the Central Utilities Plant at the CDC, I worked in the cooling plant. I learned the operation of the cooling engines – three Trane CenTraVac 2000 Ton Capacity Chillers which were controlled through a Johnson Controls B.A.S. I was one of a three-man team tasked to overhaul a chiller which had developed refrigerant leaks. Here I gained invaluable experience and an even more thorough knowledge of the chiller and reconditioning of its various sub-systems and their components.
I worked at the Center Disease Control on the midnight shift. Very quiet and slow paced.
Lead Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – September 19, 2014
A typical night at the CDC was quiet and slow paced. But this was a very serious place to work. BMS (Building Maintenance System) monitoring had to be taken VERY seriously. Required a professional approach to your job. I worked with some very knowledgeable people.
Carpenter, Painter, Commercial Building (Former Employee), ATLANTA.GA – July 16, 2012
me doing all levels of painting and carpentry work and helping out on all other maintenance plumbing,Hvac,Electricle, and maintaining bldg maintenance. I enjoyed working with other co-workers And that was one of the most enjoyable sides of that job.