I have always been the type of worker that listens, always humble, work hard and always push myself to be the best at what I do. I learned a lot of pouring and finishing techniques from a lot of great guys that have moved on, and thanks to them I know what I know today.
" Be in control of the concrete don't let it control you". -- Tupou Hola
Then from there on I've been in charge of many high profile concrete pours on jobs such as Sandy Expo center, Cerro Coper, Rice Stadium, Dana Corporation just to name a few. Basically anything that was dealing with FF and FL number I was in charge of. All the 1,000,000 sq. Ft. building that I done from Free Ports, Sandy One, and even the Olympic Skating Oval (which we poured twice) Lol. Received awards from Layton Construction for not having to fix anything on my floors. Not only that, but I pulled off the biggest concrete pour at Layton Construction history with four pours back to back totaling 320,000 sq. ft in four days. Roughly around 80,000 sq. ft of super flat polished floors a shot.
I went to Big D Construction there for 2 1/2 years. While working with Big D construction became a foreman in 2weeks. Finished all of the concrete work at the Data Center and came out of that job with flying colors. Representatives from the Data Center told Big D this is the 4th Data Center built in the world, and they have never seen a concrete crew that is better than ours. After the Data Center I went on and poured a lot of metal buildings, and poured 3 1,000,000 sq. ft tilts for Big D. On my first tilt building I poured 1,000,000 sq. ft. in 21 pours roughly 50,000 a shot. 14 of my pours I hit over 100 FF, 80 FL. That job was turned in for a Gold Trowell Award, and we won it! 2013 I took 4th in the power trowel competion challenge out of 800 companies at the WOC.
I've had and run some of the best concrete crews in Utah. I don't like to brag but I think I am one of or the best concrete machinist in the state of Utah. Don't take my word for it see it for yourself.