Chris’ professional career has all been within J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. He joined the company in 1999 as a project engineer. As a project engineer, he gained valuable experience in the utility side of construction, particularly in fiber optics, underground electric and inside plant work. He was promoted to superintendent in 2007. As a superintendent he has been involved with several major Creamer clients. Along the way he has furthered his experience in construction projects involving marine, solar, electric transmission, and deep foundation construction. He earned a promotion to general superintendent in 2015. As a general superintendent has continued to evolve to include driven piles and support of excavations.
Chris actively supplements his construction management responsibilities with comprehensive and extensive safety training. He has earned certification in OSHA 30, OSHA 40, Confined Space Entry, and Asbestos Awareness. He has also been trained in PSE&G Substation Awareness, PSE&G Transformer Entry (Train the Trainer), JCP&L Switching and Tagging, and Qualified Electrical Worker Training. Chris maintains an active professional continuing education regimen including certification from The American Concrete Institute (ACI-NJ Concrete Construction Technology). Additionally, ACI credits include: Reinforced Concrete Design Basics, Hot & Cold Weather Concreting, and Troubleshooting Concrete. His diverse training includes the following continuing AIA Education credits: management and productivity training, Pile Driving Professional Development Course, Load and Resistance Factor Design, and Construction of Deep Foundations.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Scranton.