My career started in construction. I began as a framer, but moved into electrical work early on, starting as a laborer and working my way up over the last 20+ years.
I found an opportunity as an apprentice with the IEC, then got my Journeyman's license in Texas. I continued to climb in position, working as a foreman for 3 years, then a Field Superintendent for another 2. When I moved to New Mexico, I received my Journeyman's certification there and continued my work as a Field Superintendent for another 10 years.
For the past 3 years, I have been working as a Project Manager and am happy to be on the Silverado Team as both a PM and an Estimator. Our team actively communicates and collaborates so we have a shared goal, a shared vision, and fully utilize our collective wealth of experience.
One of the greatest values I bring to our customers is my experience. I am familiar with all aspects of the electrical field and the roles our team members fill from laborer all the way up to other Journeyman team members. I have had the benefit of working with everyone from customer personnel, clients, inspectors, and key stakeholders. For our customers, this ensures that their needs and concerns are heard and understood and that we bring their input into every stage of a project.
When I’m not focused on a project or working with our customers, I’m an outdoorsman. I hunt, fish, and enjoy spending time with my family and friends.