Eric charters - Resume

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  1. 1. Eric Charters (206) 3048594 | ericcharters2@gmail.com | Seattle, WA 15+ years HVAC troubleshooting and repair Troubleshooter, Entrepreneur, Natural Leader, Empathetic, Team Player and Organizer Experience Control Engineer Technician 2006 - Present University of Washington, Health Sciences Building Testing and Balance of Hydronic Systems, air distribution systems and final reporting documentation. Control DDC and pneumatic installation, maintenance and repair. AAALAC testing, repair, BSL laboratory commissioning, coordination and documentation. Drove planning and decisions as temporary lead. Increased daily productivity by 100%. Developed an AAALAC spreadsheet system in Linux Debian OS to keep track of daily job tasks and perform field calculations. Installed program, and instructed technicians, for remote access on phones/tablets to BCS for faster field work. Building Engineer 2005 - 2006 Lincoln Harris LPC, Hearst Tower Maintain & repair critical building facility equipment for Bank of America operations and Trading Floor activities. Responsible for all activities in a Tier 4 facility. Maintain central plant and chiller log. Responsible for fire-notifier panel this includes enabling and disabling zones for maintenance and contractor's work. TAB Field Engineering Project Manager 2003-2005 Watts Services, Inc. Operated and tested facility ventilation and water systems per engineering specification. Trained and scheduled as many as three new employees at a time. Provided steady production on site while training new employees. Trained customers on building systems after project completion. Test and Balance Engineer 2002-2003 Neudorfer Engineers, Inc. Test and balancing engineer for the greater Seattle area. Balanced projects from the ground up. Created Submittal and maintain punch lists. Test and Balance Engineer 1997-2002 MacDonald Miller Inc. Balanced a wide variety of systems including critical facility equipment. Responsible for training and monitoring employees. Suggested various ways to help with energy conservation. Acquired excellent commissioning skills while working effectively with engineers.
  2. 2. Diesel Mechanic 1991-1995 United States Air Force, 81st Air Control Squadron Education and Training Certificate, Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1996 Wichita Technical Institute Siemens, Network+, G.E Panametric Water Meter, Alerton Training, Diesel pneumatic training, JCI Training Office Skills FMAX, All MS Office products, Linux OS, Windows OS, Mac OS, Networking & Computer hardware repair United States Air Force Awards and Recognition Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service, Overseas Long Tour Medal, Longevity Medal, Outstanding Unit Medal BCS Systems Knowledge Johnson Controls, Alerton Controls, Invensys Controls, Honeywell, Trane Tracer, Richard-Zeta Controls, Phoenix Controls, Siemens Construction Knowledge HVAC commissioning and troubleshooting, submittal interpretation, sequence of operations, AS- builds, control schematics & drawings, electrical schematics, project meetings, owner walk-through Work Recognition Eric, It never ceases to amaze me how really dedicated and truly talented professionals always seem to show-up when the going gets tough and theyre really needed. I have always believed you to be one of those kinds of people and your work on the AAALAC assignment is a testament to your dedication and tenuous talent. I echo the sentiments of Dave and Reddy and say thank you for a job superbly executed. It is truly a pleasure to serve on the same team as you. Well Done! Bill L. Armstrong Asst. Director, Campus Operations I would like to give my highest commendation for Eric Charters. The problem of high lab and office temperature during certain seasons has been an ongoing issue for at least 10 years. Eric did his homework, went the extra mile to find the true problem, and fixed what has been unfixable up to now. Thank you! Doug Chapman BS, CLS (CG), Manager of Laboratory Operations I would like to give Eric a big KUDOS for coming in and taking care of the issue in such a speedy manner! Thanks! Vickie Sillers, LVT Program Support Supervisor Excellent response and fixed the problem immediately! Maureen Holstad, Manager, Medical Scientist Training Program I want to let you know how much I appreciated Eric Charters attention to air control issues. When I first met him last week, he quietly came in and introduced himself, explained what he would be doing and went about his tasks in a competent, professional manner. His approach and
  3. 3. professionalism are deeply appreciated. Peggy Smith, Assistant Director, Washington National Primate Research Center Because of the loss of key personnel this year, the AAALAC duties fell solely onto Eric. I just want to acknowledge he has done a fantastic job of not only doing the readings and measurements but also in creating the reports to be sent to the Department of Animal Welfare. This is a tedious task over a large area and under a lot of pressure of scheduling access, contacting clients, all while facing an strict, inflexible deadline. And he made it happen. Eric, well done. David King, Building Environmental Control Systems Eric, Thanks for all the AAALAC work you did for the past year. I will say this much that your hard work will not go unnoticed by the management, leads and I. We all appreciate your hard work and the reports you send us on timely manner. Again keep up the good work. Reddy Podduturi - Manager