Waterproofing & Caulking
Pete began working at Chamberlin in Dallas in 1988. He moved from North Dakota two years prior to find consistent work after the oil boom died out. In Dallas, he found a growing economy and steady work. Being a "Jack of All Trades", Pete started his career at Chamberlin as a roofing laborer and worked his way up to Superintendent. Several years later he was moved to the waterproofing department where he continues to supervise projects.
“If I had to choose one word to describe Pete,” said project manager Bryan Payne, “it would be thorough. He is always prepared to begin a project.” This thorough attitude shone through on the national award winning North Lake College project. In addition to supervising each portion of the project, at the end of each work day Pete personally checked every possible opening into the building and temporarily sealed them as required to prevent water damage during the course of work. This type of attention to detail was the key to the project’s success.
“I believe that our reputation is re-established with each project we do, and the type of prompt, productive, quality service we give our clients,” Pete said. “That’s what I strive for.”
Pete is able to think outside the box for safe, cost effective solutions. “He does whatever it takes to complete projects on time regardless of personal sacrifices, and that doesn’t go unnoticed,” Payne commented.
When Pete is not hanging from a swing stage or holding weekly safety and quality meetings with his crews, he enjoys playing softball, fishing, hunting and spending time with his wife, Carmen, and their two-year old daughter, Giselle. He is also quite the handy-man and usually has some project in progress around the house.