Fast-paced and great co-workers
BAS Controls Technician (Former Employee) – 4725 34th St Ste 400 · Long Island City – May 5, 2014
As a tech a typical day would consist of following, correcting, and editing the building submittal by implementing through testing the network, the electrical, mechanical devices, from a backbone system like Honeywell which is being integrated with the HVAC system.
As a tech I've learned that a cost efficient service can be implemented in Buildings that require constant adjustments and it can all be achieved efficiently and effectively.
Management in my opinion was trying to cope with the fact the once TEC Systems saw inconsistency after drastic high demand in the previous 16 months they made ill advise decisions. Due to the lack of new contracts the over hiring of employees within the last 15 months effected me and others as I got let go.
My co workers were good hard working people with backgrounds in mechanical or electrical building equipment ands systems. They were knowledgeable and resourceful.
The hardest part of my job was in the electrical part of my job. I was never trained nor did I ever expect to be an electrician of any sorts. My training and hands-on experience is mostly with Cisco Routers and Switches. Although I was not uncomfortable with any facet of the job my focus lies in something that had a limited yet crucial amount of Building Automation
Independence was the most enjoyable part of the job. Management, Engineering, Software, techs knew and did there own job through great communication from one another.
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