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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..
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.
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..