NAS Lemoore Public Works

  • Naval Air Station Lemoore, Avenger Avenue, Lemoore, CA, USA

Public Works

 

We, the Public Works team at Lemoore Naval Air Station are committed to fully utilizing our combined efforts, resources and expertise to support our customers. We will continuously strive to surpass our customers' requirements and expectations. Our loyalty, dedication and professionalism will be solely for our customers' well being. The completion of a project will be the beginning of a new phase of our dedication to our customers.

Gary Munson

Team C

$52,000 - $56,000 yearly
NAS Lemoore Public Works NAS Lemoore, Ca
Jun 18, 2018
Full time
Utilitiesmen plan, supervise, and perform tasks involved in installation, maintenance, and repair of plumbing, heating, steam, compressed air, fuel storage and distribution systems, water treatment and distribution systems, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, and septic systems, as prescribed by drawings and specifications; schedule and evaluate installation and operational tasks; and prepare time records, progress reports, construction schedules, and material, labor, tool and equipment estimates for construction projects. As project managers, they plan, staff, direct, and control multiple construction projects to include problem solving, planning, estimating, scheduling, cost control, and personnel management ensuring compliance with specifications, code requirements, plans, and contracts; and act as project supervisors and trainers for junior personnel. Gary Munson Team C
$52,000 - $56,000 yearly
NAS Lemoore Public Works Naval Air Station Lemoore, Avenger Avenue, Lemoore, CA, USA
Jun 18, 2018
Full time
Services lines, substations, transformers, insulators, converters, regulators, cables, insulators, lightning arresters, switches, circuit breakers, fuses, ground connects, mechanical and electronic control systems, and other circuit elements found in substations and/or power-generating facilities, as well as the electrical portions of generators, located above ground and underground. Installs, modifies, and replaces generation and distribution equipment in substations, power- generating facilities, transformer vaults, and/or distribution centers. Installs wire or cable distribution lines from public utility supply point to Installation’s distribution substations. Maintains, replaces, tests and resets circuit breakers in switch and substations, at shore installations including pier mounted unit substations and vaults Troubleshoots cable systems to locate shorts, opens, grounds, crosses, electrolysis damage, capacitance imbalance, or cable breaks, using such common electrical test devices as voltmeter, ohmmeter, and megger. Strings wires and hoists conductors up to the cross arms. Pulls wires to proper tension or sag, based on space, length, material, and size of conductors, prevailing temperature, and loading district. Installs and pulls cable underground from source of feed through ducts. Splices wires by removing insulation, scraping clean, twisting together and soldering, or connecting conductors with mechanical connectors, splicing claps and tape. Above ground, works on overhead platforms to string overhead wires and sets proper wire tension in accordance with strength and weight of wires. On underground lines, run wires or cable through tunnels on conduits or lays protected cable in trenches. Installs, connects, and maintains transformers used as switching gear for control power, and potential and current transformers for metering devices. Installs transformers, capacitors, insulators, lightening arrestors, switch circuit breakers, fuses, meters, protective devices, and other equipment for main distribution lines over 600V. Troubleshoots distribution circuits and generating and controlling equipment to locate and correct the causes of outages and improper operation. Makes emergency cutouts and substitutions of power line. Checks condition of transformers, switches, and cable. Tests insulating oil of transformers and oil switches for breakdown and contamination. Checks transformer operating temperatures. Checks voltage at secondary terminals and makes repairs to defective, loose, or corroded connections. Operates tripping mechanism of primary circuit breakers and performs needed repair and replacement work. Performs other duties as assigned.   Gary Munson Team C