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I’m Otis Brian Lambright.. HVAC 2nd GENERATION & also an honorably discharged U.S. Navy veteran.
With over 20 years (2nd generation) of hvac experience; I’m a clean-cut, drug-free family man, who is highly responsible; doing my best to be within our scheduled time frames & provide professional courtesy & service.
To work for KBR in Iraq I passed an FBI background check, so drug tests & background checks are no problem with me; another extremely in-depth background check was done before being allowed to work for Entergy’s ANO.
With training in many areas of hvac, I feel that I’m able to think outside the box to provide a solution that may not be obvious to others. Whether working in teams or independently, I have had success in managing projects to complete tasks efficiently and on time.
I consider the high points of my career to be: 1) working for FEMA in MS after Hurricane Katrina, servicing FEMA dwellings & installing various types of units when the situation arose for changeouts; 2) working for KBR in Iraq as a civilian, servicing hvac systems & installing mini-splits on government buildings & for our military personnel in Al Asad Iraq. 3) serving as Installation Manager for One Hour Air Conditioning over 5 shops: 1) Lake Havasu City 2) Bullhead City 3) Kingman (my main store) 4) Prescott 5) Phoenix: once summer started I was only responsible for the 3 Mohave county shops, due to the volume those shops produced 6) making the switch in 2018 to Union HVAC JOURNEYMAN for Entergy’s ANO (Arkansas Nuclear One).
From simple residential PM (Preventative Maintenance) contracts to highly in-depth commercial PMs, service, sales, hundreds of HVAC installs in the residential market, with also commercial and industrial experience; I’m confident that I can be a profitable asset to your service department. HVAC SERVICE EXCELLENCE is my personal course that I actually teach to service technicians on etiquette, presentation & performance.
I’ve also performed daily walk-thrus for CenturyLink while working as a service technician; starting prior to workers arriving. This 4:30-6 AM daily walk-thru consited of checking our chillers on the Trane TracerSummit & Honeywell Building Computer Monitoring Systems to input proper cooling temps for daily training areas & proper fresh air input daily, then going to our 4 chillers to do a daily log on our active chillers, next I’d go check ice machines on all 6 floor break rooms, checking water pressure to the building & checking mechanical rooms. My final stop was the cafeteria where I’d address whatever problems the chef or other workers would bring to my attention, fixing what I could or routing issues to whoever could solve them. This included replacing water filters, monitoring freezer temps, etc.
As previously stated, I have experience with Industrial HVAC, safety training, lock out/tag out, working on scissor lifts, wearing hard hats, safety glasses & safety harness and the other aggravating stuff it takes to get the job done safe!
P.S. 100 on my NPS Scores for 2016 & 2017; Check it out in my portfolio items..