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Paving Experience Letter

Paving Experience Letter Template
This sample paving experience letter shows how to build a work exp. certificate for an ex-employee using job duties and sort attributes such as date of message, employer info, and organization stamp.
See also: Experience Certificate Document Format
» Example for Paving
To,
Name of the person:______________
Address: ______________
Date: ________

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that ...[ employee title ] ... [ employee name ] was working at ...[ organization name ] as "paving" from ... [ joining date ] to ...[ last working date ].

During this period, his services were found to be satisfactory in carrying out the job duties. His responsibilities were to:

1) Operate machines to spread, smooth, level, or steel-reinforce stone, concrete, or asphalt on road beds

2) Operate oil distributors, loaders, chip spreaders, dump trucks, and snow plows

3) Coordinate truck dumping

4) Set up tear down equipment

5) Operate tamping machines or manually roll surfaces to compact earth fills, foundation forms, and finished road materials, according to grade specifications

6) Drive machines onto truck trailers, and drive trucks to transport machines and material to from job sites

7) Observe distribution of paving material to adjust machine settings or material flow, and indicate low spots for workers to add material

8) Light burners or start heating units of machines, and regulate screed temperatures asphalt flow rates

9) Control paving machines to push dump trucks to maintain a constant flow of asphalt or other material into hoppers or screeds

10) Set up forms lay out guidelines for curbs, according to written specifications, using string, spray paint, and concrete/water mixes

11) Fill tanks, hoppers, or machines with paving materials

12) Drive operate curbing machines to extrude concrete or asphalt curbing

13) Cut or break up pavement drive guardrail posts, using machines equipped with interchangeable hammers

14) Install dies, cutters, and extensions to screeds onto machines, using hand tools

15) Operate machines that clean or cut expansion joints in concrete or asphalt that rout out cracks in pavement

16) Place strips of material like cork, asphalt, or steel into joints, or place rolls of expansion-joint material on machines that automatically insert material

We wish him/her all the best in his future


...[ Employer name ]
...[ Employer position ]
...[ Organization sign/stamp ]

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