We would like you to meet our employee, Levi Jacquemin. Levi is a Project Manager with our Test Adjust and Balance department in our Oklahoma City branch. Levi has worked for ES2 for 8 years. Levi and his wife Meredith have been married for 7 years and have two children, Liam and Hattie.
Are you originally from Oklahoma?
Yes, I grew up in Mustang, OK.
Tell me what your experience working with ES2 has been?
ES2 has always been like a second family to me. You can tell they care about their employees and allow for growth opportunities within the company. When I first started with ES2, I was a Technician Level I; from there, I have been able to rise through the ranks, and I now am a Project Manager in the TAB department.
What certifications or training do you have?
I am a Certified TAB Technician through NEBB, and I plan to take the NEBB test soon to obtain my TAB Certified Professional certification.
Describe a typical day at work for you?
A normal day can range from spending all day in the office to a full day assisting in the field. Office work includes creating reports, contacting contractors and clients, and checking in with the technicians I supervise. In-the-field work can consist of Fume Hood Testing, OR and ISO Room Certifications, and ACH Testing when working in the hospital environment. The tasks I perform on a job site are dependent on the type of environment I am working in so it can change day-to-day. I usually try to find that sweet spot in between where I spend half of my day doing office and half monitoring things in the field.
What was your favorite job you worked on?
This question is very complicated; if I had to narrow it down, it would be the OU Medicine North Tower or OKC Convention Center. The main reason for this is our guys had to really step up to the plate on these projects. The jobs were very challenging at times, in all honesty, but through all of the hardships, we proved that we could work through adversity.
Do you have any hobbies outside of work?
Fishing, hunting, anything that gets me outside into creation. Watching OU football.