Geoffrey Giguere

Objective

Desires to continue working in the hospitality profession as a hotel facilities engineer - to provide hotel maintenance and guest services support that reflects a high degree of professionalism in workmanship,

attitude and personal presenation towards guest and staff.

Work History

Work History
Mar 2007 - Aug 2008

Hotel Facilities Engineer

Peppermill Hotel Casino Resort
  • Was responsible for hotel division maintenance support for a five star 1800+ rooms hotel resort
  • Worked  swing shift - was responsible to answer calls and remedy any problem or condition
  • Repairs related to: Electrical - Plumbing - HVAC - TV/Internet - Phone - Jacuzzi - Steam Shower
  • Performed PM's and cosmetic repairs when not doing room calls in various areas of hotel
  • Did daily walkthroughs to check for lighting and safety issues -  were corrected on same shift
  • Responded to emergency calls related to leaks - fire/smoke and power failure issues quickly
  • Experience with resolving Entry-Cardlock Issues - did repairs and reprogrammed locks
  • Heavy radio and communication ehtics experience required during shift - frequent full house
  • AC units @ rooms consisted of a Hydronic System - R/R of Synchronic Valves frequently done
  • Bathrooms required frequent maintenance of toilets  - cartridge changeouts - clearout of drains
  • Performed repairs on Steam Shower Generators and Jacuzzi pumps - motors when needed
  • Worked with one other engineer on shift - all work was logged and communicated to next shift 
Apr 2004 - Mar 2007

Hotel Facilities Engineer

Sands Regency Hotel Casino Resort
  • Was responsible to provide 100% facilities support on swing shift (solo)
  • Serviced: Guest rooms - Restuarants - Casino - Main Kitchen - Laundry - Power Plant - HVAC
  • Also performed pool maintenance - did service of pool chemicals and filter systems daily
  • Troubleshooted issues requiring skills in: Electrical - Plumbing - HVAC - Structural
  • Follow-up and manual start of power generation and fire pumps (know-how) required on shift
  • Responded to frequent calls for broken fire sprinkler heads in parking garage - did shutdowns
  • Also responded to calls for leaks - fire/smoke alarms and power disruption issues
  • Troubleshooted issues with movies - headend system when needed - repaired bad connections
  • Cardlock and Entry Issues resolved following Entry Security Protocol per Guest Safety Codes
  • Knowledge of location of Service Entrance - Panels and Service Disconnects required on shift
Jun 1982 - Oct 2000

Licensed General Building Contractor

dba Cornerstone Home Improvements
  • Owned and operated a Home and Light Commercial Renovation business (B-563641)
  • Was responsible for complete project bids - design - documentation - permits - construction
  • Did own blueprints and related required documentation for all projects awarded
  • Project cordination and client - city inspector interaction performed on a daily basis
  • Performed multiple projects at a time - supervised a crew of 8 - 10 (split-up as needed)
  • Specialized in Home Renovations - Kitchen/Bath Remodels - Additions - Structural Repairs
  • Specialized in Light Commercial (TI) Tenant Improvements ( wall systems and relocate utilites)
  • Generated an average of $5000.00 per week in projects completed (gross)
  • All work performed was in respect to applicable codes - laws and regulations and jobsite safety

Education

Education

AS Degree Program

Penn Foster College (online)
  • currently in a AS Degree Program maintaining a 3.0 GPA        (first semester)
  • school will not interfere with job responsibilities or prospects (now thru completion)
Sep 1972 - Jun 1976

Diploma

American High School

Skills

Skills

Strong Construction Background

Specializing in Correct Use of Construction Materials and Application Can Recognize Potential Issues affecting any Project or Jobsite Condition Strong Building Codes Knowledge (UBC-NEC-UMC-UFC-ICBO) Labor Laws and Workers Compensation Protocol Project Planning and Cordination Construction Design

Ladder and Scaffolding Safety and Use

ScissorLift Operator - BoomLift

can safety operate units in all types of work conditions and heights can recognize unsafe terrain and slopes understands safe operating limits before using any type of equipment

Bloodborne Pathogens

vaccinated for Hepatitis B PPP Training for spill and waste containment

Hazardous Material Containment

MSDS

Lockout - Tagout

References

References

Chris Thompson

Greg Largent

  • also worked on some side jobs with Greg Largent

Gary Jesus