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Charles Anderson, Project Manager / Estimator

Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners
Master License Number M-38633
Master Plumber in the State of Texas since 2008

I am a second-generation Master Plumber. Starting in 1987, at the age of 12, my father introduced me to the plumbing and HVAC industry. Those years of field experience have helped me become a very effective estimator and project manager. I have a true understanding of how long certain tasks should take and what components are required to complete the job.

Over the years, I have been fortunate to have formal training in software estimation systems manufactured by Quickpen. Quickpen is the leading estimating software for the plumbing industry today. I was certified by Quickpen in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, with over 160 hours of formal classroom training.

Throughout my employment history, I have developed a strong background in building automation and HVAC system controls. This background serves me well in my current position with Public Service Plumbers, Inc. As technology in the plumbing industry evolves, the use of electronic and low-voltage circuits becomes a catalyst for energy efficiency and green living.

As a project manager and estimator for Public Service Plumbers, Inc., I estimate and oversee the majority of commercial projects, which range from public works to private enterprises.

My commitment to Public Service Plumbers, Inc. is to continually improve our commercial construction division and keep pace with the ever-changing technology.

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