- Derry NH
Sep 2008 - Present
United Linen Services LLC
- Assisted in removal of several Jensen Ironers.
- Assisted in rebuilding of Hypro ironers including Thermal Fluid, Pneumatic, and Electrical systems.
- Assist in rebuilding and installation of three Milnor tunnel systems including CBW's, Presses, Conveyors, and Dryers.
- Installed and relocated all ancillary equipment including Feeders, Folders, Conveyors, and Lighting systems.
- Oversee all maintenance and report activities on production shift including plant startup and plant shutdown.
- Massachusetts boiler license #138493.
- Hands on preventative maintenance.
Jun 2002 - Sep 2008
Advanced Linen Services LLC
- Responsible for all day to day maintenance repair and machine preventative maintenance.
- Responsible for all maintenance supply ordering and inventory.
- Responsible for all chemical supply delivery systems and inventory.
- Rebuild Jensen ironer & Hydraulic systems after fire.
1997 - 1999
A Superior Linen Inc.
- Plant engineer for hospitality plant, processing 100k of linen per week.
- Responsible for all plant and power plant repairs and maintenance on 4:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Monday through Friday shifts, and Saturday 7 a.m. to noon.
- Oversee installation of heat reclamation, tempered water, and stack economizer systems.
- Michigan boiler license.
1989 - 1997
- Direct all operations and facilities management for the Kingston division. This included preventive/predictive maintenance set up and implementation, repair and troubleshooting, building maintenance, grounds, and housekeeping functions. Managed approximately $1 million annual budget for R&M utility, and supply segments of P&L and 5 year capital budget plan.
- Increased corporate production capacity 45%. Key member of management team that renovated 90 year old sq. ft. building into a functional production plant. Project completed within 5 months meeting target deadline on budget at $3.1 million.
- Coordinated $1.1 million expansion project which increased capacity 30% in the Kingston division. This included tracking equipment deliveries from the U.S. and overseas and bidding all installation projects. Project completed on time and within budget without production interruption.
- Designed and supervised installation of bulk chemical storage system which saved in excess of $30K per year.
- Reduced maintenance overtime by 50% while increasing equipment efficiency by 20%.
- Directed a team of management employees in designing and implementing department relocation resulting in a 25% productivity increase and over $25K decrease in material handling savings.
- Assisted OEM in design of new piece of process equipment which resulted in a $35K savings on equipment with a reduction of 60% floor space. Production was increased 72%.
1987 - 1989
- Supervised all maintenance activities which included day to day operations, preventive maintenance (CMMS), and project planning to implementation.
- Designed and implemented conversion from manual dry chemical system to automatic liquid dispensing system including all microprocessor programming. This saved in excess of $20K per yr. in labor savings with no production disruptions.
- Supervised removal of old production equipment and installation of new equipment resulting in utility savings in excess of $40K and new linen replacement costs of $150K.
- Directed the relocation of a production department which included all utilities, equipment, and material handling systems. Assisted on planning team. Resulted in an increase of 20% production capacity without disrupting production.
1985 - 1987
- Oversaw a team of maintenance personnel answering production calls and performing preventive maintenance.
- Responsible for inventory control and generating project supply lists.
- 1st Class Mechanic 1984-1985
- 2nd Class Mechanic 1981-1984
- Utility Mechanic 1980-1981
Various OEM schools
- Maintenance Management
- Time Management
- Writing for the Technical Professional
- Maintenance Supervisory Leadership
Emmaus High School
1980 - 1981
Lehigh County Community College
Lehigh County Community College
- 3 Semesters towards Associate's Degree in Indoor Environmental Technologies.
Laundry Equipment Experience
- Washers: Ludell 800# & 400#. Ellis 900#.
- Washer Extractors: Milnor 50# thru 450#. Washex thru 700#. Braun thru 600#.
- Extractors: Hydraxtor, Broadbent, and
- CBW'S: Milnor, Lavatec, Senking.
- Irons: Hy-pro, SuperSylon, rollmaster, and Speedline.
- Dryers: Norman, Challenge, Smith Gratham, Lavatec, and Milnor.
- Feeders: Simplifeed, Neet Feed, Tru-Feed, Braun Alpha, and Chicago edge.
- Folders: Constellation, Omega, BB&D, Lygad.
- Sm. Piece Folders: Sigma, Team Industries, Challenge, Chicago.
- Additional experience in Boilers, Heat Recovery Systems, Water Filters, Softeners, Air Compressors, and Monorail Systems.