Thomas Davies Resume
7 Prospect Street
Highland Falls, New York 10928
Jan 2005 – Present
Elevator Repair solution Website www.repairsolutions.biz
Owner of Elevator Repair solutions. Repair Solutions performs elevator repair work as a sub
contractor for elevator companies this consists of all phases of repair work. Repair Solutions also
investigates elevator and escalator accidents.
New York City Department of Buildings.
April 2003 – Jan 2005.
Supervisor Accident Investigation Unit.
Duties where to respond to elevator accidents, investigate and come to a conclusion as to why and
how the accident occurred, interview witnesses, collect the facts and physical evidence, interact
with other city agency’s (NYPD-FDNY-DOI-IAD-ESU).
I enforced RS18 New York City administrative code and ASME A17.1 1996 National elevator
code. I issued Department of Buildings and ECB violations then filed an accident report with the
accident division. I testified at EBT Hearings and in court.
June 2000 – Jan 2003
Repair Superintendent – Maintenance Supervisor
Repair supervisor for the midtown Otis area in Manhattan. My responsibilities were to supervise 20
to 30 repair personnel. Under my supervision I was also responsible for 4 maintenance mechanics
and 3 adjusters. It was my responsibility to make sure the adjusters completed any problem jobs they
were on. My duties also included setting up all repair jobs, going to job sites to diagnose repair
problems, order all parts, coordinate jobs with building managers. My area had over 2000 elevators.
I was responsible for several high rise buildings as a maintenance supervisor. I achieved the number
one OMMS supervisor position in North America twice. I was in the top ten positions several times.
Along with my supervisory duties I also taught safety classes once a week. I performed safety audits
out in the field. I also investigated any elevator accidents in my area, filed a detailed report, and sat
before a accident review board
Nov 1997 - June 2000
Repair and Construction Mechanic
Duties were to install hoist cables, motors, generators, worm and gears, selector tapes, roller guides,
re-Babbitt machines, all phases of repair work. New construction performed installation of new
elevators. I left Serge Elevator to take the supervisor position in Otis Elevator.
May 1993 – Nov 1997
Repair and Maintenance Supervisor World Trade Center
My duties were to oversee over 100 employees to assign and schedule routes and assignments. I was
responsible for $350,000 weekly payroll and $125 million contract. Review the terms and
conditions of the World Trade Center elevator contract with the Port Authority of New York & New
Jersey. I daily checked performance records and targeted problem elevators with special teams; with
this effort we change the daily shut downs from 100 to an average of 10. I investigated all accidents
and reported to an accident review board consisting of Port Authority, Ace Elevator, and civilian
tenant representatives. I was trained by the New Jersey State Police and received a certification for
the Incident Command System. I was responsible for the maintenance and repair of the 350
elevators and escalators. I conducted weekly safety meetings and on site safety audits.
1989 – 1993
President – Owner
Owned and operated a small elevator maintenance and repair company. Company performed
monthly service on elevators and answered night calls. Thomas Elevator responded to emergency
repairs for the New York City Department of Corrections.
1980 – 1989
Repair Mechanic – Maintenance Mechanic
Performed all phases of repair and maintenance on all types of elevators .
1971 – 1980
Helper, Mechanic, Forman
Mainco Elevator is where I served as an apprentice, in 1973 I was promoted to Journeyman
(Mechanic) I continued to learn my trade.