We’re proud to announce that one of our very own, Lorenzo Miles (affectionately known around CSM as “Lo”), has accepted a new position with the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) for Sheet Metal Local 206. In this new role, he’ll oversee the recruiting of apprentices as well as the Local 206 staff of instructors. He’ll also be charged with maintaining budgets within the JATC.

Lo brings a wealth of experience to this new position, having served in San Diego Sheet for more than 20 years. While at CSM, he was responsible for job captain duties that included the leading of fabrication teams, R&D work, ensuring that projects were on both budget and schedule, and training his teams on new techniques and technologies. One of his job captain projects, the 23 story, 566,196 square foot UTC Tower, recently won the Cal SMACNA Tom Guilfoy Craftsmanship Award — an annual recognition of projects that exemplify both attention to detail and teamwork.

Lo is scheduled to begin in his new role Monday, September 14, and we wish him nothing but the best as he continues to educate and prepare the next generation of San Diego sheet metal workers.

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