TRADESMAN OF THE MONTH – MAY 2018
June 1, 2018
By Michael Hopp on Tradesman of the Month
Cesar Castro – Tool Box Buzz Tradesman of the Month
Meet Cesar with his no fear of heights working on a repair job from the 49th
floor in downtown Los Angeles. Cesar works for Hoff Reinforcing Steele
, they specialize in installation and repair of post tension cables. The wicked cool tool in the picture is a hydraulic jack that pulls 5300psi on post tension cable. The tool is made by Jack and Accessories in California.
Cesar has won a Milwaukee Tool North America FUEL Impact wrench , a TBBPRO shirt & hat, plus Tradesman of the Month stickers. We would like to thank everyone that signed up in May. Please continue to encourage all Trades personnel to keep entering. This award is for all of you, and we want to celebrate the good work you do and help keep the trades alive. Thank you to Milwaukee Tools
for sponsoring the tool gift package. Remember entering is easy; send us an email
with a picture of yourself, your work, and hash tag #TBBPRO.
Skim through all of May’s entries below. Enter each month for a awesome tool gift pack and TBBPRO swag!
About the author
Michael Hopp is a registered contractor in the State of Rhode Island. He has been registered for the last 16 years specializing in interior and exterior remodeling, doors and windows.Mike began practicing his trade 25 years ago at William M. Davies Career and Technical High School in carpentry shop. This gave him the opportunity to become an apprentice at Brodeur Window Distributors. Mike continued working at the company for 10 years. During this time he was in charge of the specialty door shop and assisted on service calls.For the last 16 years, Mike has been working as a general contractor in Rhode Island with his company MJH Construction LLC. Even though his background is in doors and windows, his passion is for remodel work.
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