Date: May 14, 2008
Contact: Doug Schwalbe, (920) 682-6105
A.C.E. Building Service employee John Cavanaugh has achieved status as a journeyman carpenter after completing an intensive carpentry apprenticeship. The four-year program is offered through Associated Builders and Contractors, a national trade association for the construction industry and a leader in construction training.
Combining classroom instruction with on-the-job supervised instruction, Cavanaugh had 6,240 hours of training that covered such areas as safety, frame and finish carpentry, blueprint reading, and concrete forming and placement. He was able to receive a comprehensive knowledge of the trade that will help him on the job at A.C.E. Building Service and in better meeting customer needs.
Cavanaugh, from Manitowoc, has been an employee of A.C.E. Building Service for four years. His responsibilities include general carpentry, steel erection and construction foreman.
A.C.E. Building Service was incorporated in 1963 and is located in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. They provide commercial and industrial construction services to “Wisconsin’s Lakeshore” counties, including new buildings, expansions, renovations, metal re-roof, facilities maintenance, concrete machine foundations, design/build, and build/lease.
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