FRANK WALTER SHEHULSKI
429 Brazell Lane
Kingsland, Georgia 31548
Employment as a Rigger Foreman or Rigger Leader or a Rigger in a full-time position. My rigging experience dates back to 1976 as a journeyman ironworker and welder.
08/2008 – 05/2009 Boilermaker / Rigger Foreman,Zachry, Crystal River, FL
Worked shut down until project was complete. Ran JLG and forklift and was Expeditor for the ductwork on the last shutdown.
03/2007 – 08/2008 Rigger Leader,Tecnico, Jacksonville Beach, FL
Re-fits on destroyers and cruisers at Mayport, FL Naval Station
07/2006 – 11/2006 Rigger, Griffin Kingsbay Naval Base, VT
Weight test Cranes and Forklifts
03/2006 – 06/2006 Rigger Leader, North Florida Shipyard, Jacksonville FL,
Removed and replaced 2 Detroit diesel with 2 caterpillars;
Pierside at Mayport Naval Base, FL
02/2005 – 02/2006 Rigger Leader,Tecnico, Chesapeake, VA
Supervised a crew of six men at Atlantic Drydock in Jacksonville, FL in The removal of 4 Detroit diesels and the replacement with 4 Caterpillar Diesels .At Mayport Naval Base Pier side We removed and replaced 6 AC units and replaced all computers in C.I.C.
01/2005 – 02/2005 Rigger Leader, Ameri – Force, Jacksonville, FL
Removed pipes, pumps, and motors at JEA, Shut Down
08/2004 – 11/2004 Journeyman / Rigger Maritime Mechanical Services, Mayport, FL
Performed service refits on five Guided Missile Frigates (FFG); one Guided Missile Destroyer (DDG); and one Guided Missile Cruiser (CG).
11/2003 – 08/2004 Rigger Leader, Venture Dynamics Repair Co. INC, Norfolk, VA
Supervised an 8-man crew in the removal of Detroit diesel engines and replacement with Caterpillar diesel engines and refits on a variety of ships, including: PIER-SIDE: Guided Missile Destroyers, Guided Missile Frigates, Amphibious Transport Dock; and DRYDOCK: Amphibious Assault Ship.
11/2002 – 11/2003 Rigger Leader, Ameri-Force, Jacksonville, FL
Worked under contract to Earl Industries, as a Lead Rigger on the Decommissioning of the USS John F. Kennedy CV37 at Mayport Naval Base
06/2002 – 11/2002 Journeyman Rigger, Ameri-Force, Jacksonville, FL
Worked under contract to Earl Industries, as a Journeyman Rigger on different destroyers pier side at the Mayport Naval Base
11/2001 – 06/2002 Journeyman Rigger, Triton Marine Construction, Seattle, WA
I worked as a rigger putting in sheet piling in at Mayport Navel Base. Building of the tug boat marina
02/1988 – 08/2002 WG, 10,05 Rigger, At Trident Refit Facility, Kings Bay, GA
Worked on all Trident submarines at Trident Refit Facility. While at TRF through on the job experience”. I have utilities proper rigging techniques on submarines to get the job done in a timely manner and without injury to personnel or equipment. I have clear knowledge of how many systems are assembled and work in relationship to one another.
09/1988 – 12/1988 Lead Welder, Carner Harben Construction Company, Kings Bay, GA
Lead welder and supervisor of two welders and four laborers for floor reinforcement at Trident Training Facility.
04/1987 – 09/1988 Iron Worker/Welder, J.A. Jones Construction Company, Charlotte, NC
Performed all types of welding and rigging in the construction of the dry dock at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, GA.
12/1985 – 09/1988 Rigger Leader, Caprice Construction Company, Memphis, TN
Served as rigger, boiler worker, and welder. Lead a crew of five through various tasks and with supervision I ensured each task was completed within a timely and satisfactory manner. All jobs were shutdown jobs in the Southeastern United States.
1984 – 1985 Iron Worker, Windham Construction Company, Charleston SC
Employed as an Ironworker Journeyman. I assisted in the construction of addition to Roper Hospital and Charleston County Emergency Room. My jobs consisted of tying re-bar, connecting steel, and flagging crane and crane operations.
1981 – 1982 Iron Worker, Daniels Construction Company, Charleston SC
Assisted in new construction of the Dupont Plant in Charleston, South Carolina; various duties as Journeyman Ironworker.
1979 – 1981 Rodbuster, Ironworkers Union, Phoenix, AZ
Rodbuster building a 130-mile water canal from the Colorado River to Phoenix, Arizona. Operated cranes and performed various duties as a Rodbuster
General Education Development (GED) April 1988, Brunswick, Georgia
Letter of Commendation, August 1991, issued by CAPT William Weisensee, TRF for assisting in rescue of injured personnel aboard the SSN Francis Scott Key. On-the-Spot Award December 1994
Exceeds Fully Successful performance Appraisal, 2 years in a row 1993-1994
Frank W Shehulski
429 Brazell Lane
Kingsland, GA 31548
Frank [email protected]
Tecnico 2002 – 2008 Jacksonville Beach, FL
- Re-fit on destroyer and cruisers
- Test rigging to ensure safety and reliability
- Attach loads to rigging to provide support or prepare them for moving
- Select gear such as cables, pulleys, and winches, according to load weights and sizes
- Control movement of heavy equipment through narrow opening using chain falls, gin poles, gallows frames
- Align level and anchor machinery
- Fabricate, set up and repair rigging, supporting structures, hoist, and pulling gear
- Maintain safe working environment ensuring personnel and equipment are safe
- Manipulate rigging lines, hoist, and pulling ear to move or support materials such as heavy equipment and ships
Trident Refit Facility 1988-2002 Kings Bay, GA
- Trouble shoot various system on submarines
- Remove/replace worn parts
- Test replaced parts ensuring working properly
- Maintain safe working environment for workers and ship
- Knowledgeable on systems operations and working relationship to one another
- Ensure proper rigging techniques on submarines
High School GED 1988 Brunswick, GA