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    New Year, New Job?

    If you're in the Northeast, you've probably heard that a large union supermarket contractor recently closed their doors.
    I was with them a very long time, not sure about going back to the same old same old.
    Anyone have something interesting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hevysrf View Post
    If you're in the Northeast, you've probably heard that a large union supermarket contractor recently closed their doors.
    I was with them a very long time, not sure about going back to the same old same old.
    Anyone have something interesting?
    I'm not following, union supermarket contractor?

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    I think he's saying the company that he worked for went out of business. He used to do grocery store refrigeration stuff and now he's looking for a job, maybe doing something different.

    Oh, and I think he's a union pipefitter service person.

    Glad I could help translate that for you.

    If at First You Don't Succeed, Skydiving Is Not for You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammoniadog View Post
    I think he's saying the company that he worked for went out of business. He used to do grocery store refrigeration stuff and now he's looking for a job, maybe doing something different.

    Glad I could help translate that for you.

    Ah ok, the supermarket part through me off.

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    Ammonia dog is correct, 35 years in a van, 75% install, 25% service.
    Some desk time recently, trying to put numbers on bids.
    It was a good place to work, mostly market and resturant, but I have some Mitsubishi and Daikin experience.
    I guess my communication skills could use some polishing.

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    Seems like all the work is on the West Coast.
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

    I use 56% silver on everything except steel.

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    What Contractor?

    As far as i know theirs no waiting line at My hall!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    What Contractor?

    As far as i know theirs no waiting line at My hall!
    EnR, they were in bussiness about 90 years.

    I'm looking for something thats a really good fit.

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    With your experiences you wont have problems finding a new gig.

    Good luck!

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    Only Union Commercial Refrigeration Contractors in this part of the country are in Southern California. Hussmann, CRS, Hillphoenix, and RUI. RUI is a little newer to these parts.

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    Last edited by beenthere; 12-31-2018 at 07:19 PM.

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    Applications out to Munters, a local university and a casino. A friend is after the Hussman field rep spot, he'll probably get it.

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