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Michael Fox

Electrical Foreman / AT-Technician

Work History

Work History


Jun 2005 - Present

All aspects of commercial electrical construction, from ground to finish.  Underground, single-line, branch power, & lighting.  Supervising, planning,  as well as installing.

Acceptance Test Technician

Oct 2014 - Present

Perform acceptance testing on lighting for construction projects to ensure compliance with BEES.  Pre-construction meetings to verify electrical drawings are meeting the criteria for Title 24.  Construction inspections of proper installation, verification that all lighting control components meet Title 24 requirements and verifying appropriate functionality.

Electrical apprentice

Jan 2005 - Jun 2005
Reno Electric

Residential remodels, trouble shooting

Electrician Helper

Oct 2004 - Dec 2004
Pavletich Electric 

Shop helper, load work trucks with materials, various pick up items on tract housing projects.

Machinist Mate (non nuclear) Submariner

Mar 1996 - Nov 1998
U.S. Navy

Inspection and maintenance of all damage control equipment on board nuclear submarine; fire hoses, fire extinguishers, flood kits etc.  Maintaining a majority of mechanical equipment according to detailed and scheduled maintenance system.  Equipment ranged from, water pumps, various types of valves, hydraulic oil systems, high pressure compressed air systems, Co2 scrubberes, O2 generators, air filtration system and Diesel generator system.



Journeyman Wireman Certification

Jun 2005 - Present
Associated Builders and Contractors

Electrical safety, theory, and practical applications including lab work for extra hands on experience.

Mar 1999 - Apr 2003
College of Sequoias

Various general education classes, such as English, Literature, and Mathematics.



Journeyman Wireman Electrician General

Jan 2015 - Present
Cal-Division of Labor Standards Enforcement

Acceptance Test Technician

Mar 2015 - Mar 2016
National Lighting Contractors Association of America

Second class to use software to help in completing acceptance testing to reduce time on hard copies.

Acceptance Test Technician

Oct 2014 - Oct 2015

Technician to preform acceptance testing for construction projects to ensure compliance with Ca. Title 24 Ch. 6 regulations per the Building Energy Efficiency Standards 2013.




I was officially promoted to foreman in 2013.  I started going to various projects and finishing the projects out.  Involving managing, materials, tools, manpower relations with customer, and general contractors.  Maintaining all the required paperwork, training/safety programs, and employee reviews.  I was able to run my own T.I., but after that I was asked to take on the ATT role.  Since then I haven't had time to run work anymore.


I've was fortunate with my early time doing electrical to be in the right place at the right time to get the opportunity to be put in lead roles.  Since then I've been place in leadership roles and multiple projects, managing material, time, and manpower for up to 15+ journeyman and apprentices.

Lighting controls

I have a lot of lighting and lighting controls experience.  Managing lighting & controls inventory for large jobs, as well as the install of said inventory.  Recently I have gotten more experience on the controls side.  Getting hands on experience with many different lighting control systems that are available on the market now.


References Available Upon Request