I did a lot of work there. I became a foreman. I was there about seven years. I worked with five or six different companies. Most of the work that I did was automation work in hospitals on air handling units, et cetera. That taught me a lot about automation and that part of the electrical field. After leaving the union, I went and worked at a non-union shop here in Branford, and I was the foreman there for about three years. After three years I wrote my masters, which you need to have to, start your own business. That was maybe six years ago. And then I started my own business, and tried it on my own.
I learned very fast that I had to work seven days a week, which I didn’t want to do. I’m doing it now, but at least I have a partner. So I got back into working for other companies. And I went through, I think probably another three companies. I bounced around a lot and I’ve learned a lot about electrical. It has now been 17 years. So when I went on my own I met a fellow named Victor and we instantly clicked, we knew that it was gonna be some sort of a partnership in the future. It’s just kind of what we talked about. Fast forward about three years and we were doing a lot of work with Misty’s Kitchen and Design.