- State Licensed Master Electrician
- State Licensed Electrical Contractor
- State Approved Electrical Code Update & Exam Prep. Instructor
- NCCER Master Trainer
- GRCC Electrical Adjunct Professor
- AVO High Voltage Resistance Tester Certified
- Construction Project Manager Certified
- OSHA 30-Hour Certified
- OSHA 510 Certified
- OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer
- FAA Licensed Commercial Pilot – Single & Multi-Engine
- FAA Licensed Commercial Flight Instructor
- FAA Licensed Instrument Pilot
- FAA Licensed Instrument Instructor
- FAA Licensed Advance Ground School Instructor
Brian Gall, Project Manager
What is your favorite hobby or thing to do with your personal time?
I have many hobbies it all depends the time of year, from fishing, sailing, home brewing or just tinkering around in the garage, but my most favorite thing to do is spending time with my family and friends.
What is something about you that would surprise people that already know you?
My flying background will surprise most people. The question always gets asked is “Why don’t you fly full time for a living?” Answer: I like spending as much time as possible with my family and being there for them “At home”.
If you could have dinner with somebody famous, living or dead, who would it be and why?
There are so many famous people that I would love to sit down and chat with, but the one person I would love to meet again would be my deceased Grandfather. When I was young I would spend a lot of time at my grand parent’s house. My grandfather taught me so much and helped make me who I am today, let alone teaching me how to drive a car for the first time (Stick Shift) when I was 13-years old freaking out my mother when she found out our secret. But just the morals of working hard, do what’s right and be kind to others. To me there is nobody more famous than my Grandfather.
How do you define “exceptional”?
The definition of “exceptional” to me is; Work Hard, do what’s right, treat people the way you want to be treated, and feeling good about what you have accomplished then repeat.