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LOUIS R. VAZQUEZ

RELATED EXPERIENCE

 

Owner  Elec/Com LLC 2003-Present

Responsible for the financial, administrative, operations, customer service, installation, and the managing of material and employees for the business. Working on upgrades from 60 – 400 amp services, remodeling, renovations, service requests, generator installs, voice/video installs, building the electrical for new homes, wiring churches, restaurants, offices, hotels, and various stores.

 

Recent other projects though myself
and temporary agencies 2003 – present

 

 

 

  • Flagler Collage for Regency Electric
  • Flagler Hospital for Regency Electric
  • 12 Movie theater in Daytona Merit Electric
  • US NAVY Base (JAX) in Jacksonville, Fl Airport Lighting
  • Building two websites including this one
  • University of New Haven – LED  and Parking lot lighting
  • Ramada Parking Lot Lighting – East Hartford
  • Shlick Plant – New milford
  • CVS Pharmacy – South Windsor
  • Auto Zone – East Hartford
  • EDCO – Newington
  • JC Penny – (Solar Roof) – West Farms Mall
  • Pomfret School – Pomfret CT.

 

 

POWER BUILDING ENGINEER
MCI-WORLDCOM (Hartford, CT.) 2000-2003

Responsibilities include the maintaining of 48 – 54 volt telecommunication systems. Including DC plants, battery stings, UPS’s, rectifiers, inverters, HVAC’s, generators, fire systems, and alarms. The installation of facilities, grounding system, charging plants, AC/DC wiring, and alarm wiring design to allow remote monitoring capabilities. On call 24/7 for emergency dispatches of 11 major sites and 100 POP sites. Training of local on site technicians, coordinating vendor activity, and working closely with engineers, contractors, and construction departments.

E – 1 FORMAN
Custom Electric Inc. Manchester, CT. 1998

Hamilton Standard (Installation of several machines)
Pratt Whitney (Middletown)

E – 2 JOURNEYMAN 1997
HEC Energy and Design Services

Aetna Middletown (converting 15,000 ballast and 30,000 lamps for energy efficiency)
JC Penny outlet in East Hartford (Installation of 400 new lamp fixtures)

Ferguson Electric Co. Inc. Plainville, CT. 1995-1996

Sacred Heart University in New Haven, CT (wiring voice and data lines)
Silver Hill. in New Canaan, CT (terminating 100-500 pair telephone lines)
Big Y in Springfield, CT (wiring for lights, disconnects for fork lifts, and fire alarms)
Zerox in Windsor, CT (wiring numerous electrical applications)
ESPN in Bristol, CI (wiring temporary cable banks for main switch gear)

Electrical Contractors, Inc. Hartford, CT

Rebuilding St. John’s Church in Hartford, CT. (fire alarm)
Boiler plant in Connecticut Mutual Life (rigid conduit)
Service Department
Renovation of Hartford Hospital (EMT piping)
Renovations to Westbrook School
Renovating, addition, and punch list for Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT.
Traffic Crew Danbury, CT. (traffic lights, wiring spans, and controller)
Telecommunication wiring for state colleges; Eastern, Western, Southern, and Central (plenum, voice, and data, also core
drilling and site work)

E -4 HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE SPLICER –Construction 1977-1981
U.S. Army, Jolon, CA

Handled diverse heavy construction duties including the building of bridges, buildings, concrete pads and confidence course; wired
trailers for classified operations; drove 4 – ton trucks; supervised numerous projects, trained in demolition, first aid, and, to install entire networks from substation to the end user including the installation of cross arms, connecting transformers, insulators, and house drops; utilized hot sticks and rubber mats.

INSTALLER/TECHNICIAN 1981-1982
King City CATV, King City, California

Installed cable TV for commercial/residential customers; utilize bucket truck, climbed poles; ran cables through attics
and underground; wired equipment racks; installed satellite dish; handled a network of 3 towns. Troubleshot voice and video problems checking signal for dB gain or loss.

SENIOR NETWORK TECHNICIAN – Corporate Administration 1983-1992
Aetna Life & Casualty, Hartford, Connecticut

Implemented several special projects including the Direct Broadcast Satellite system, Disaster and Recovery back-up testing,
building of fiber circuits to Middletown and Cityplace; creating wiring diagrams for problem determination with the videoconferencing audio racks, and EBD’s Voice Response Units; Special experiences in Local and wide area networking including the design of token ring networks, utilizing IBM environment, NCCF, NPDA, and wiring diagrams. Coordinated all video-conferencing from 25 sites; utilized new applications including VHA, multimode broadcast and expanded Videolink networks; trained several employees in scheduling and diagnostic tools; and coordinated all maintenance activities. Played key role in PBX and SMDR project for Saw Mill Park, and CityPlace up-grades. Involved in the interface with PBS (Channel 24)

E-1 CONTRACTOR 1996-1997 and 1998 – 1999
TSSI/NTWKS 2441 Berlin Turnpike, Newington CT

BICSI member enrolled in the RCDD program. Responsible for the wiring of Hartford schools, Town Hall, and several private co.’s. Wiring voice, data, and fiber circuits. Submitting bids, running crews, and maintaining a quality customer environment. Installed several equipment racks for both phones and computers. The termination of circuits including the cross connections between the Phone Company and customer’s end equipment. Knowledgeable of the 3M hot melt fiber connector kit, and Ortronics fiber connector kit. Traveled out of state to California, Arizona, New York State, and Texas to install new networks. Was subcontracted to HatTech for fiber, battery cable, and equipment installation for AT&T communications. An expert in backbone, horizontal, equipment rack distribution design.

EDUCATION
Attended Computer Science/Engineering Degree
1988 – 1990 (34 Credits, G.P.A. 3.2)
Hartford State Technical College, Hartford Connecticut
BICSI member.
Interior Electrical Class – 8 weeks
High Voltage Cable splicing – 12 weeks
fluent in Spanish








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