In the most frequent cases, when Garry is dispatched to inspect a completed welding activity, he will review the most current construction documents, then proceed to his on-site inspection. For a welding inspection, he’ll perform an initial visual inspection verifying complicity with AWS standards. If the weld in question is a complete joint penetration weld, Garry will then also perform nondestructive testing, using the ultrasonic inspection method. This method allows our inspectors to thoroughly inspect the integrity and condition of welds and structural steel without damaging the product.
Garry’s favorite part about working at Fenagh is the opportunity to further his career with a rapidly growing company. Garry is encouraged by Fenagh’s upcoming national construction projects, and the growth potential for him and the entire Fenagh team.
Garry also applauded Fenagh for the opportunity to further his career through the high level, hands on training he has received from Fenagh’s professional engineers and ASNT Level III NDT Structural Steel Supervisor, Raymond Wolf, who has over three decades of experience. When Garry arrived at Fenagh, he didn’t have his ultrasonic weld testing certification. Through Fenagh’s internal mentoring and certification program, Garry was able to receive the necessary hands-on training he needed.
Garry has been happy with the consistent help he gets from the Fenagh team. He told us, “A lot of times it can be hard to get certifications in this industry without paying a fortune. A lot of people just don’t want to help you get there, and Fenagh seems pretty good about helping me get anything I need. That’s one of the biggest things I like about them.”
As Garry mentioned, we’re always willing to invest in our employees’ growth and willingness to gain industry knowledge. If you’re interested in learning more about how you can join the Fenagh team, check out our Employment page
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