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Theodis Crenshaw

Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man -

Columbus, GA


• Electrical Foreman 
• HILTI power actuated tools certified 
• Electrical Switchgear Assembler 
• Simmons Programmer Controller 
• Allen Bradley Programmable Controller 
• 30 hr OSHA Certified 
• Welding MIG/TIG Certified 
• Forklift Certified 
• Scissor/ Boom Lift Certified 
• Electrical Apprenticeship completed (ABC Inc.)

Work Experience

Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man

Columbus Power
Columbus, GA

October 2011 to Present

Chris Webb (Project Manager): 1443 6th Ave. Columbus, Ga. 31901 (706)-221-6510 
Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man 
• Successfully completed Electrical construction of Four Military DEFAC facilities at Fort Benning, Ga. 
Responsibilities: • Responsible for the electrical installation of rooftop HVAC units 
• Responsible for the electrical installation of walk-in freezer and coolers 
• Installing Air curtains and Lightning Protection System 
• Electrically installed all industrial kitchen and dish equipment

Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man

Marathon Electrical
Birmingham, AL

August 2011 to Present

Buddy Hagans Project Foreman (205-705-1143) 
Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man 
• Successfully completed Electrical construction of the Maneuver Center Headquarters at Fort Benning, Ga. 
Responsibilities: • Lead man and responsible for the electrical installation on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floor 
• This includes Electrical, Mechanical, Data, Computer, and Spirnet rooms. 
• Installing Lightning Protection System Experience bending offsets, 3 points, 4 points, saddles, kicks, 90's, etc. 
• Pulling electrical wiring through electrical conduit. 
• Terminated electrical panels, set fixtures, outlets, and various electrical devices.

Master Stryker Instructor, Infantryman Drill Sergeant, Finance Officer, Army Combatives Instructor

Fort Benning, GA

2002 to Present

1. Train Infantry soldiers @ Basic Training as a Drill Sergeant 
2. Train Soldiers on the Stryker Combat Vehical, as an Master Instructor 
3. Train Soldiers in the Modern Army Combatives as a Level III Combatives Instructor 
4. Taking care of soldiers in all aspects of finance endeavors

Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man

Pro Force Staffing
Marietta, GA

March 2010 to December 2010

Brian Jordan: 1355 Terrell Mill Rd Bldg 1460 Ste 200 Marietta GA 30067 770-953-6200 assigned to: Alexander Electric Co. (foreman is West ph# 760-681-3292) 
Journeyman Electrician/ lead man 
• Foreman 
• Managed the electrical construction Upper level of the Columbus State University Athletic training Center Project 
Responsibilities: • Diagnose issues of electrical components; assess nature of problem and determine needed corrective action; includes both high and low voltage equipment. 
• Maintain, labor, material, and customer relations 
• Reading Schematics and mark up blueprints for application 
• Construct/ Layout electrical Distribution room and supervise installation/terminations of distribution apparatus. 
• Supervise All electrical installations 
• Order material when necessary 
• Monitor and insist that all work is done with OSHA safety regulation guidelines 
• Cutting, bending, threading and running 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 2", 3", 4" electrical conduit materials.

Journeyman Electrician

Tradesman InternationalRyan Ellis manager
Indianapolis, IN

March 1996 to March 2010

1317-280-0840 /800-471- 8135 
Journeyman Electrician 
• Foreman 
• Managed the EBY Brown project (conveyors and PLC controls) 
• SDI Steele Mill (managed Multi - Million dollar expansion project) 
• Assistant Foreman at Niagara Bottling plant (Krones machinery) all motor control wiring 
Responsibilities: • Maintain, labor, material, and customer relations 
• Reading Electrical Schematics and mark up blueprints for application 
• Hold weekly Safety meetings 
• Make sure things are done accordingly by the NEC Code book 
• Access Control; Building Management; Climate Control; High Voltage; Low Voltage; Mechanical Systems; Medium Voltage; Power Distribution; Security Systems 
• Overseen Electrical Projects at the Government Defense Finance Bldg. 
• Maintained overhead and underground electric services: of 120/240 volt, 3-wire electrical service of 240 volt, 3-wire Delta electric service of 480 volt, 3-wire Delta electric service of 120/240 volt, 4-wire Delta electric service of 240/480 volt, 4-wire Delta electric service of 120/208 volt, 4-wire Wye electric service o 277/480 volt, 4-wire Wye electric service 
• Order material and equipment

Apprentice Electrician

Logitech Electric Systems
Greenwood, IN

May 1994 to March 1996

• Build a Pick n' Place unit using a Allen Bradley Controller 
• Electrical Apprenticeship for four years with Associated Builders Contractors Inc. 
Responsibilities: • Wiring Control panels 
• Reading Electrical Diagrams 
• Building Control Panels 
• Build and Installed Stop Starts and E starts 
• Installed PLC's and Troubleshoot 
• Electrical installation of Clean Rooms; Commercial; Floating Floor; Government Projects; Hospitals/Medical; Industrial; Manufacturing; Multi- ; Schools

Electrical Technician

Knauf Fiberglass, 1 Knauf Dr
Shelbyville, IN

February 1991 to March 1994

• Taken a class in PLC ladder logic 
• Design and build a finger conveyor system for the Distribution warehouse co-written the PLC Logic program 
Responsibilities: • Works hands-on in a plant environment on the installation, repair, troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance of a variety of building electrical equipment. Production machines and HVAC systems. 
• Install electrical wiring and related equipment for all building and plant equipment per local and National Electric codes. 
• Troubleshoot and locate electrical problems in machines, equipment, controls and electrical systems (including PLC's and VFD's). 
• Maintained and replaced AC / DC motors and Variable frequency drives- including programming. 
• Tear down machines, dismantling wholly or partially to check for defects using a variety of hand and power tools 
• Obtain or order replacement parts and repair or produce replacements as necessary 
• Perform all lubrication on a regular assigned schedule, clean interior, and make all necessary adjustments to insure safe and efficient operation 
• Setup and operate a variety of machines, such as lathes, drills, shapers, and boring machines


Vocational Certified in Drill Sergeant

United States Drill Sergeant School -
Fort Knox, KY

January 2006 to January 2006

Vocational (Distent Learning) in Electronics I & II

United States Army Reserve -
Fort Eustis, VA

January 2003 to January 2004

(PLC) Programmable Logic Controllers - Allen Bradley

Indianapolis, IN

January 1997 to January 1997

Electrical Apprenticeship in Electrician

(ABC) Associate Builders Contractors -
Indianapolis, IN

January 1992 to January 1996