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Theodis Crenshaw

Journeyman Electrician/ Lead man -

Columbus, GA

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• 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
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Columbus, GA
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October 2011 to Present

Chris Webb (Project Manager): chrisw@metropower.com 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
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Birmingham, AL
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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

UNITED STATES ARMY
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Fort Benning, GA
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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
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Marietta, GA
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March 2010 to December 2010

Brian Jordan: bjordan@proforcestaffing.com 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
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Indianapolis, IN
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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
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Greenwood, IN
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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
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Shelbyville, IN
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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

Education

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

IVY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE -
Indianapolis, IN

January 1997 to January 1997

Electrical Apprenticeship in Electrician

(ABC) Associate Builders Contractors -
Indianapolis, IN

January 1992 to January 1996