Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
[email protected]
(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

Construction Superintendent equipped with years of verifiable success managing home building projects from inception to completion.  Advanced ability to decipher and comprehend construction blueprints, development drawings, and specifications.  Hard-working, capable professional with exceptional time management skills and keen attention to detail.  Proven leader eager to advance my career and join a well-known, established organization.Self-motivated, hands-on Electrical Coordinator and Planner offering over 10 years of success working within a broad range of facilities ensuring highest levels of quality control and assurance.  Dedicated and motivated to utilize knowledge gained through experience to add immediate value to a growing organization.  Proficient in the areas of workforce performance management, productivity and progress oversight, and cross-functional collaboration.

Employment history

carpenter helper, O'Kon-Watsica. Lake Filibertohaven, Michigan

carpenter helper, Schimmel, Champlin and Lehner. Majorstad, North Carolina
Mar. 2005 – May. 2005
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Follow established safety rules and regulations and maintain a safe and clean environment.
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make frameworks or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
  • Finish surfaces of woodwork or wallboard in houses or buildings, using paint, hand tools, or paneling.

carpenter helper, Greenholt and Sons. West Rich, New Hampshire
Apr. 2001 – Aug. 2001
  • Follow established safety rules and regulations and maintain a safe and clean environment.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Measure and mark cutting lines on materials, using a ruler, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.

carpenter helper, MacGyver-Abernathy. Juliusfurt, South Carolina
May. 2000 – Jun. 2000
  • Measure distance from reference points and mark guidelines to lay out work, using plumb bobs and levels.
  • Lay and align bricks, blocks, or tiles to build or repair structures or high temperature equipment, such as cupola, kilns, ovens, or furnaces.
  • Mix specified amounts of sand, clay, dirt, or mortar powder with water to form refractory mixtures.
  • Clean working surface to remove scale, dust, soot, or chips of brick and mortar, using broom, wire brush, or scraper.


Southern California University, New Burton, Massachusetts
High School Diploma, general, 1991



carpenter helper


carpenter helper

  • Transportation of lumber
  • Home remodeling
  • Ceramic Tile 
  • Gained carpenter status in 1991
  • Developed knowledge of all aspects of home improvement

carpenter helper

  • Clear out and remodel interiors of private homes, install flooring, drywall, tile, frame walls, insulation, siding, etc.
  • Begin a new construction project such as housing, carports, decks, etc.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work atmosphere.
  • Install and tie rebar.

carpenter helper

  • Builds wooded structures, such as stairs, concrete forms, scaffolds, tunnel and sewer supports, and temporary frame shelters, according to blueprints, or oral instructions, and lays out and installs partitions.
  • Examines blueprints, sketches or building plans for to determine material required and dimensions of structure or fixture to be fabricated.
  • Verifies accuracy of structure with transit, plumb bob, square and level.
  • Uses carpentry hand tools such as hammers, levels, squares, screw drivers, adjustable, wrenches, hand and power saws, drill motors and pry bars.
  • Braces forms in place with timbers, tie rods, and anchor bolts for use in building concrete piers, footings, and walls.
  • Sets and braces anchor bolts.

carpenter helper

  • Construct pannels for tilt wall erection
  • Fit and fasten drywall into position on wood frameworks, using nails, or screws. 
  • Remove existing plaster, drywall, or paneling. 
  • Apply protective coverings such as masking tape to articles or areas that could be damaged or stained by work processes.