CTS provides electricians to install, maintain, and repair electrical power, communications, lighting, and control systems in homes, businesses, and factories. Our electricians are the best the state has to offer, and range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our electricians come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Read blueprints or technical diagrams
- Install and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems
- Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers
- Identify electrical problems using a variety of testing devices
- Repair or replace wiring, equipment, or fixtures using hand tools and power tools
- Follow state and local building regulations based on the National Electrical Code
- Direct and train workers to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring or equipment
CTS provides carpenters to construct and repair building frameworks and structures—such as stairways, doorframes, partitions, rafters, and bridge supports—made from wood and other materials. They also may install kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall. Our carpenters range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our carpenters come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Follow blueprints and building plans to meet the needs of the contractor
- Install structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding
- Measure, cut, and shape wood, plastic, and other materials
- Construct building frameworks, including walls, floors, and doorframes
- Erect, level, and install building framework with the aid of rigging hardware and cranes
- Inspect and replace damaged framework or other structures and fixtures
CTS oil and gas employees are comprised of different operators including derricks, roustabouts, service unit operators and rotary drill operators.
Derrick operator: Inspection of derricks before they are moved up or down, ensuring drilling fluid flows correctly, fixing any drilling fluid system pumps and problems, training and supervising crew staff and guiding pipe in and out of elevators.
Roustabouts: Responsible for keeping the work area and equipment clean, safe and free of debris, locating leaks with special electronic detectors, moving pipes to and from trucks either by hand or with motorized lifts and taking apart and repairing oil field parts and machinery.
Service unit operator: Maintaining wells, observing gauges and pressure indicators for variations, checking equipment for issues such as faulty operations, guiding cables through derrick pulleys, using pumps to circulate fluids through wells to get rid of any objects obstructing the oil flow and manipulating controls that lift derricks.
Rotary drill operator: Managing the maintenance of the drill rig and carrying out the well plan, training crewmembers on safety procedures and checking pressure gauges and operating levers. A rotary drill operator also includes keeping records of operations performed, equipment used and footage drilled and managing pump operations to ensure proper circulation of drilling fluids.
Drilling workers and service workers: Operating equipment used to drill the well through soil and rock formation as well as preparing the well for use. A service worker includes prepping the well and assembling the equipment that removes the oil or gas from the well.
Our oil and gas workers and come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including, but not limited to:
- Indentify leaks through visual inspection
- Repair pumps and machinery.
- Maintain flow of drilling fluid
- Align derrick elements and pipes
- Inspect and repair engines and related equipment
- Thread cables through required pulleys
- Operate pumps and pressure gauges
- Maintain safe and effective operations
CTS provides plumbers and pipefitters install and repair pipes that carry liquids or gases to, from, and within businesses, homes, and factories. Our plumbers and pipefitters range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our plumbers and pipefitters come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Install pipes and fixtures
- Study blueprints and follow state and local building codes
- Inspect and test installed pipe systems and pipelines
- Troubleshoot systems that are not working
- Replace worn parts
CTS concrete finishers to place and finish concrete. They may color concrete surfaces, expose aggregate (small stones) in walls and sidewalks, or make concrete beams, columns, and panels. Our concrete form and finishers range from apprentice to mason.
Our concrete form and finishers come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Lay out patterns, forms, or foundations according to plans
- Break or cut materials to required size
- Clean and polish surfaces with hand or power tools
- Fill expansion joints with the appropriate caulking materials
- Installing iron, rebar, and other reinforcing mesh
- Pouring, leveling, and finishing concrete
CTS provides heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers to work on heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems that control the temperature and air quality in buildings. Our HVAC technicians are the best the state has to offer, and range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our HVAC technicians come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Use blueprints or design specifications to install or repair HVACR systems
- Connect systems to fuel and water supply lines, air ducts, and other components
- Install electrical wiring and controls and test for their proper operation
- Inspect and maintain HVACR systems
- Test individual components to determine necessary repairs
- Repair or replace worn or defective parts
- Determine HVACR systems’ energy use and make recommendations to improve their efficiency
CTS provides welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers that use hand-held or remote controlled equipment to join or cut metal parts. They also fill holes, indentations, or seams of metal products. Our welders range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our welders come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Study blueprints, sketches, or specifications
- Calculate dimensions to be welded
- Inspect structures or materials to be welded
- Ignite torches or start power supplies
- Monitor the welding process to avoid overheating
- Maintain equipment and machinery
CTS provides heavy equipment operators to move construction materials, earth, and other heavy materials at construction sites Our heavy equipment operators are the best the state has to offer, and range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our heavy equipment operators come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Provide support to successful completion of construction and engineering work
- Operate all heavy equipment like cranes, earth movers, bulldozers, front-end loaders, and other related equipment.
- Operate the equipment in the right direction and angles to prevent accidents and damage of property.
- Ensure and manage the machines or equipment in a safe and secure way.
- Perform periodical safety, maintenance or servicing checks to ensure proper functioning of the equipment.
- Drive and control the equipment
- Perform road work, excavation work, lifting work, etc.
- Operate the equipment manually and also through the use of electronic or technical methods of operation.
- Work in adherence to safe practices, procedures, and work site or traffic laws.
CTS provides millwrights to install, dismantle, repair, reassemble, and move machinery in factories, power plants, and construction sites. Our millwrights range from apprentice to journeyman.
Our millwrights come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Install or repair machinery and equipment
- Adjust and align machine parts
- Replace defective parts of machinery as needed
- Take apart existing machinery to clear floor space for new machinery
- Move machinery and equipment
CTS provides riggers that are responsible for lifting, moving and positioning machinery, equipment, structural parts, and other heavy loads.
Our riggers come experienced and ready to take on your projects, including but not limited to:
- Align, level, and anchor machinery.
- Attach loads to rigging to provide support or prepare them for moving, using hand and power tools.
- Attach pulleys and blocks to fixed overhead structures such as beams, ceilings, and gin pole booms, using bolts and clamps.
- Control movement of heavy equipment through narrow openings or confined spaces, using chainfalls, gin poles, gallows frames, and other equipment.
- Dismantle and store rigging equipment after use.
- Fabricate, set up, and repair rigging, supporting structures, hoists, and pulling gear, using hand and power tools.
- Manipulate rigging lines, hoists, and pulling gear to move or support materials such as heavy equipment, ships, or theatrical sets.
- Select gear such as cables, pulleys, and winches, according to load weights and sizes, facilities, and work schedules.
- Signal or verbally direct workers engaged in hoisting and moving loads, in order to ensure safety of workers and materials.