EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT ARCHIVES

Joel Lammert

Master Technician

University of Texas Permian Basin

Joel joined our team in June of 1981 after having served in the Navy for four years. During his time in the Navy, he was responsible for the maintenance, repair, and day to day operation of the boilers that powered everything from the pumps to the main propulsion system on the USS Albany CG-10 stationed in Gaeta, Italy.

Shortly after moving to Odessa in 1981, Joel stumbled across an ad for a Plant Operator working for a company that would operate boilers, chillers, and pumps. This seemed familiar to Joel, so he decided to come on board. And as he would say, "The rest is history. 39 wonderful years."

Joel started out as a class B operator and later became a class A operator. In 1998 he was selected as Win-Sam UTPB's Lead Operator. Today Joel is UTPB's Master Technician, where he mentors and trains all of the staff at our Permian Basin location. He lives in Odessa with his wife of 38 years, enjoys riding motorcycles, and is an active member of his motorcycle riders club, The Brotherhood of the 74 MR.

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Christopher Krieg

Class 1 Operator

University of Texas at Dallas

Christopher Krieg has been a part of the Win-Sam team since March of 2020 and is already well on his way to becoming a Specialist. He is an excellent leader and personifies The Win-Sam Way, as he constantly shows enthusiasm, integrity, and a positive attitude towards his colleagues and our client. As a retired Navy veteran of 20 years, Chris’s determination and work ethic shine through not only as he gets the job done, but as he helps others understand our operation. 

 

Before coming on at Win-Sam, Chris was stationed on Naval bases in California, Idaho, New York, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. His Navy service also took him to Nova Scotia, Scotland, England, Mexico, Japan, China, Singapore, India, South Korea, Bahrain, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. He currently lives with his family in Allen and enjoys bowling, shooting for sport, woodworking, computer programming, video games, and billiards outside of work.