I notice nowadays that agencies and companies are looking for everyone to have some degree. No problem with a degree, which is just theory, without practical experience, its just a useless paper trail. Projects are not constructed on a computer behind a desk in an office, but out in the field. I have even noticed that they looking for a foreman in construction to have a degree, its laughable, if i had a degree, i would not be a foreman. I... see more

I could agree with you somewhat on your comment.. however if there is to be any non verbal communication between... see more

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When I was much younger my parents didn't tell me to save some of my money--but I did. Then I got married and had... see more

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Roger Dickman Thank you for your replay. Your comment was right on!!

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Roger Dickman I don't see why not, though there are SOME red flags.

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An experienced architectural designer is willing to help you with your projects in Fort Lauderdale and surrounding.

Well like i said in an earlier post the beauty of the facility alone and the fast paced high energy pace. Was almost enough to make me wanna stay and work there for the rest of my life ! That being said its ironic that you ask about a coworker getting mad at me ... That very thing is what got me fired, and why i dont currently work there. Like i said before its a very fast paced job and my coworker was really stressed out .. not only from the... see more

The passion in my coworker was unmatched anywhere on this planet. The workplace was beautiful top notch a 10 Makes the day go by so much faster being surronded by exquisette visuals. The crown jewel had to be the Garden jaw dropping beauty. i could stare at it all day .Even though it was often dirty and unkept while i was there i heard they gave it an overhaul and trimming as soon as i left .. But even dirty trust me it was a sight to behold!! If... see more

Working at the main office at Montrose, Colorado is lots of works preparing the product submittals of all the projects in Kwajelein Atoll. RMI and Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Terreiory But the salary is not commensurate with the worked.

The most stressful day is when the USACE, COR questioned my QC and production reports, posted in RMS3.
What I did, is I answered all his review comments IAW with the specifications and approved drawings and product submittals. I like the COR is he is knowledgeable/ professionala and doing his role as COAR-Contracting Officer Authorized Representative. I also did this job for 14 years at PWD/FEAD.PMEB, Diego Garcia under the umbrella of NAVFAC... see more


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I loved to work at San Juan Construction as QCM-Quality Control Manager at Kwajelein Atoll RMI
Under the USACE of Honolulu, Hawaii .Love to work with COR c/o Dean Davis and his buddy.

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