Our APM Fossil West crew proved what teamwork is all about during a job at Clark Public Utility in Vancouver, Washington during the Spring. Frank Gutierrez complimented the crew for their efforts and team spirit in a Colab post.
The GE APM Team at Clark Public Utility (CPU) River Road outage in Vancouver, WA are inspired by family, the job, and working with each other. Collaboration and camaraderie are important to the team, and the team shared that they like to learn new things about the work every day. This is a major inspection for the customer's A12 steam turbine (STAG unit). The work areas are tight, and laydown space is at a premium. The outage started on Sunday, 1 May, and they are in Day 24 of the outage. The team and all the leadership are working closely [with] customers to ensure that the work scope is done safely, and will quality results. The outage is being led by Jesse Jensen (GE Outage Manager), Kirby Ho (GE ST FE chief), Jeff Porges (GE ST FE), Rene Leal (APM superintendent), Jeff Richardson (APM superintendent), and Steve Diekema (Granite Onsite Safety LEAD). The crews are ensuring that STAs are in full, detailed use, as well as sharing thoughts daily during tool box talks. Appreciate the efforts and diligence to keep safety FIRST, and ensure Quality work. No Harm.
Congratulations team! Working together as a team always leads to great results. With leaders that care about their crews and crews filled with leaders, the sky's the limit.