First thing we would do is have a meeting about the day or the days work we did the day before. Then i would go and start caulking the baseboards and crown molding while the girls clean the half of the modular. Install toilets in the floors that needed them. Install ovens, counter-top ranges, fridges, wall ovens, microwaves, washers, and dryers, In the midst of all that when the plastic was to be put on the half for delivery ad set up, i would be called to staple it to the top of the roof then get off. Then at the end of the day i would clean up with the rest of my department.
Managment was a well organized group uf guys that knew how to get things done and get it done on time. If the plant was open i would go back to work for them.
The co-workers and i all had one thing set in mind. Get done and go home.
The hardest part of the job was sometimes i was bent over for at least 2-3 hours at a time.
The best part of the job was getting done at like 12-1 in the asfter noon and get to go home early, and that i was getting $11 an hour plus a bonuse at the end of the week