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Brent Mason

 

Address: 109 5720 2nd St.

City: Calgary

State: Alberta

Country: Canada

 
Cell: 1 403 561 1218
 

objective

To lead a civil crew.  I will use my skills as a tradesman, a leader and a supervisor in order to maximize potential of my crew for your company in safety, quality of workmanship and production.

 

Work Experience

Civil General foreman (02/01/2009 – 01/15/2010)

Managed foreman as well as a civil construction crew building the main pump station for the Trans Canada pipeline in Hardisty Alberta.

Last Employer: Monad Industrial Constructors

Contact Person: Gordon Milne

Responsibilities: I directed foreman, supervised trades, managed blueprints and layout and put in controls to manage safety.

Accomplishments: We finished civil projects way in advance of our deadlines while achieving excellent safety standards. We were awarded the Bob Tarr safety award from PCL Industrial.

Civil General foreman (07/01/2008 – 03/10/2009)

Underground construction. We had contracts to build two underground overhead cranes as well as some other small contracts. We worked in a potash mine in Esterhazy Saskatchewan and a nickel mine in Sudbury Ontario.

Last Employer: Dynatech Mining

Contact Person: Don Lacasse

Responsibilities: I looked after a crew with several different trades in it. I was in charge of blueprint reading and layout. My other responsibilities were to set the standards of safety as well as to increase the quality of work and productivity of the trades.

Accomplishments: We achieved a 100% safety record with 0 first aids. All contracts were finished ahead of schedule and to the clients complete satisfaction.

Civil General foreman (01/20/2006 – 07/01/2008)

We did the underground and surface construction for the De Beer's Diamond mine in Snap lake N.W.T.

Last Employer: Monad Industrial Constructors

Contact Person: Gordon Milne

Responsibilities: Blueprints, layout, corresponding with other trades as well as general supervision over the underground and surface civil crews.

Accomplishments: Excellent safety and production standards were met even under extreme conditions.

Foreman (01/01/2002 – 01/01/2006)

Commercial construction. In my last 2.5 years with this company I was a foreman on a suspended slap crew, free form wall crew and an EFCO elevator shaft crew. The last 25 years were spent on the Esplanade in Medicine Hat and the Glenmore professional building in Calgary Alberta.

Last Employer: Ellis Don Construction

Responsibilities: Working together with my crew's in order to achieve the highest in safety, quality and production standards.

Accomplishments: Excellent safety standards along with productivity and the best quality workmanship.

Education

Establishment: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Education Period: 01/03/2000 - 11/24/2004

Speciality: Carpenter trade ticket

Establishment: Ontario ministry of colleges and universities

Education Period: 08/01/2008 - 12/01/2008

Speciality: Common core hard rock miner certificate

Skills

I have over ten years experience as a tradesman in construction. Over five yeas experience as a supervisor. I have the ability to motivate my crew with a positive attitude. i consider it a team effort and together with the crew's that i have been with we have strived in safety quality craftsmanship and meanwhile achieving ultimate production.

Additional Information

Certifications or Licensures: CSTS, Fall arrest, E.A.T. Asbestos awareness, WHMIS