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Bill Dick

Phone: 208 660-9845
ID Contractor # RCE-9011
bill@mobileservicetech.com
 
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About the Designer


HISTORY

I spent several years in various projects and for various people in the construction trade. I have spent many summers in Alaska fixing propellers and shafts for the fishing industry; managing the machine shop and welding. I was a truck driver, worked for well drillers, and a hospital in the cabinet shop and maintenance departments. I've worked for a mechanic specializing in machine and welding.

I tried a bit of carpentry on my own, and then I finally got a break and started my own welding shop 7 years ago. I've worked on structural steel projects, sheet metal stud projects, fabricated many things, usually new idea type projects, like "can you make this work?" and I did a lot of repair where it usually includes beefing something up or reconfiguring it for strength. I am a pretty detail oriented individual so I like things to be perfect! And I'm very conscientious. I have worked for many businesses; 5 where the partnership went their own separate ways. One of those was a classic car company where I was the west Coast manager and disassembled old cars. I even worked on a farm, actually a couple of different times in my life. I am pretty creative and experienced and at many of these jobs I was called on because of that. "We have this problem... and we need this thing... can you make it work?" And I did.

One specific thing comes to mind, which seems interesting and typical. When in Alaska after one week of training everyone went fishing and I was left to fix propellers on my own. I needed some more tools so I made them out of old car parts and the next winter in machine shop I made some really great tools and brought them back up north. I like to think of new and better ways to get things done. If that sparks any questions go ahead, ask. I'm going back to work now. Thanks for reading, Bill.


Associate degrees:

  • Mechanical Engineering Technology, Andrews University, Berrien Springs MI 1980.
  • Business Management, Mount Hood Community College, Gresham OR, 1986.
  • Machine Shop Technology, Mt Hood Community College, Gresham OR, 1986.
  • Experienced as a plumber, electrician, carpenter, and some janitorial work.

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