Type: Posts; User: Lash
Here's a start...
The only way you going to be part of world renowned projects is to be the top in your class, learn, learn, learn, and gain experience. None of those engineers started on those kinds of jobs. If you...
Nice tin work....but man do I hate those square throat radius heal elbows. Those are the second worst elbows for turbulence and pressure loss. A square/square elbow without vanes is #1.
You're never going to find that info unless you call the engineers themselves and ask. Even then they may not want to divulge that kind of info to some random person. That kind of stuff is filed in...
The black and yellow ones sucked. No torque and no where near enough rpm's
TTI (Techtronic Industries) manufactures Ryobi and Rigid tools, also Milwaukee Tools. They are all owned by the same company, except for Ridgid. They are owned by Emerson, but still...
^ I agree with this guy
I'll assume this is a rubber ballast roof. If it not used anymore, remove curb and cut the duct down to below the roof and re-deck over any opening left from duct removal, new roof over that.
No hr. minimum.
It's usually somewhere between $250-500 per pick with this helicopter depending on weight, or a min. $ amount if you only have a few picks. I want to say the minimum is $8k. We...
My latest adventure. Glad it's over. Much coordination involved on projects like this. Clearing out a site with 300+ workers on it is a PITA.
Next edition: Remodel portion of...
Probably didn't unscrew the fork pockets (like a lot of tranes have) before setting it on the curb. Sometimes it helps to read the install manual first
I'm only going on 34 and I can't imagine making to the age of some of the guys I work with lol. I'm already sore :/
Um yeah... Me and Dash... Not the same lol.
Downtown Milwaukee and Lake Michigan :)
Haven't been on in a while. Figured I throw some pics up of a few of my job..well the ones that I've been able to grab a few pics from anyway.
Bringing in a section of a new AHU at a hospital...
Just reading through this crap thread and this is all I got out of it. I found my new signature.
Thats about 9500 murders per year.
Just to put things in perspective:
The U.S. had over 14,000 last year. 1994 saw 24,000 murders in the U.S. Just think that Chicago, LA, and NY had 2,245 murders...
Cool. I'm glad you're not in my local then. Just like the typical swinger who cares about nothing except what goes on his check. Reality is the rest of that money affects you, your fellow members,...
Well put my friend. :):bsing:
Just my :.02: here...
Just because somebody is in a union doesn't mean that they agree with everything that goes on with/in the union. It's much like you may...
And possibly like it.:eek:
Because it's called SMWIA. SHEET METAL WORKERS International Association.
I think this recession is far from the 'tail end'.
Boy, for a product that is "resistant to mold" (fiberduct), that sure is a lot of mold...lol.