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  1. #27
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    Hayes is a 597 shop and I've not heard of Steinbacher. Hayes is a mechanical contractor that specializes in commercial and industrial boilers. My shop is a mechanical contractor that uses pipefitters and tin knockers, for service and construction. You name it, we do it. Are you looking for a non union mechanical contractor? or process piping? Plumbing? HVAC/R? I am not aware that there is a "pipe fitting" company.
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  2. #28
    I'm not sure of the name exactly I will let you know soon. My teacher called them non union pipefitters. And the contractors seemed to really like me a lot. And the interview lasted about 40 minutes! And it just sounded really promising and every answer I have to their questions they said exactly what we are looking for and they even talked to me 15 minutes afterwards talking about what I would do on the job site and the things I got to learn from new technology!

  3. #29
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    I hope all goes well
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  4. #30
    They could just well be non union mechancal contractors. Yeah I just want to get a welding job. I'm good at math and I love to weld and I am training for competitions in welding at jjc. And I am just very good. I will be mastering pipe welding in literally like a few months with the right around of Time. Learn really fast and work 100% at everything I do.

  5. #31
    Yup I hope so to. Thanks. But I don't feel good about hoping at all. I see the fitters want me in there already trained so I will just get all my certifications and apply again.

  6. #32
    Do you have any idea when the Exxon Mobil job starts? I was talking to a friend who is a 597 pipefitter and he doesn't know either. And do you know around how many apprentices and journeymen should be on that job? Is it huge?

  7. #33
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    Honestly have no clue. I've been off work due to injury for 7 months. I'm also a service guy. I haven't worked in a plant in almost 15 years when I first started in this trade.
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  8. #34
    That sucks, what happened?!

  9. #35
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    Haliburton is hiring in North Dakota for welders....
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  10. #36
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    I was attacked by an evaporator coil inside a cooler. Tore the cartilage in my shoulder and popped 2 discs in my neck. I've already had surgery on my shoulder and hoping to avoid neck/spine surgery. Going thru less evasive treatments right now.
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  11. #37
    No I'm not moving to the middle of nowhere!!

  12. #38
    That really sucks.... Does it hurt a lot or did it?! ... Dumb questions most likely!

  13. #39
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    try applying at starcon

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