Cullum Constructors, Inc. would like to congratulate Chase Evans on the successful completion of Cullum’s Plumbing Apprenticeship, achieving his nationally recognized credential as a Journeyman Plumber. Chase began his apprenticeship journey at just 16 years of age. He was enrolled in virtual high school allowing him to work full time. During his 8,000 hours of on-the-job training Chase was partnered with multiple fully skilled plumbers including Robert L. Smith, Mike Madden, and Tim Attwood. In addition to the on-the-job training, Chase spent almost 600 hours completing the required job-related education. Chase has also achieved OSHA 10 and CPR certifications and is trained in the safe operation of aerial work platforms, forklifts, lulls, excavators, and skid steers.
Cullum Mechanical Construction, Inc. was founded in 1972 by Furman Cullum. Today’s operations comprise two thriving subsidiaries: Cullum Constructors, Inc. and Cullum Services, Inc. Cullum maintains unlimited licenses as a mechanical contractor and general contractor in South Carolina, in addition to mechanical and plumbing licenses in North Carolina and Georgia. To learn more, visit www.culluminc.com.
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