MSD Inc/ is proud to nominate Justin Ingram as a candidate for the 2021 Craft Professional of the Year. Justin graduated from Newton High School in 2008then he attended Upper Valley JVS in the HVAC program. He began his sheet metal career in 2007 and has been employed with MSD since 2014. He obtained his journeyman license with the ABC program. He has excelled in his sheet metal career while at MSD by working as a journeyman and currently as a sheet metal foreman. Justin is passionate about his career and the work he puts forth with each job he leads. His work ethic is strong and is a positive influence on others.
Justin has been trained in and currently holds certification in HILTI Fire Stop Systems, as well as HILTI, Qualified Powder Actuated Tools Operator, National Safety Compliance Aerial and Scissor Lift Safety, Certified Shearer Safety Service Scissors Lifts, Equipment Depot Rough Terrain Forklift Operator, Sunbelt Aerial Work Platform Operator, American Scaffolding INC Certification, CPR, AED and Basic first aid certified through the American Safety & Health Institute, Shearer Safety Services Fall Protection Competent Person and 30 hours OSHA. Justin has gained respect from his co-workers and leadership by the example he shows others. He always goes above and beyond what is asked of him. He is enthusiastic at work and provides an environment that is positive for his team. Justin has been the lead foreman at the UD administration building, Encompass, and currently at Wayne Hospital. His success in the field has shown his dedication to his craft. Justin and his wife Samantha live in Covington Ohio. They have a daughter Raelynn and son Colton. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family working on cars. He also enjoys hunting and fishing with his wife Samantha.
Justin will be celebrating seven years with MSD this year and we are proud to have Justin part of our leadership team. We look forward to all the future projects he will lead for MSD.We hope you will join the consideration and recognition we feel he deserves in being considered the 2021 Craft Professional of the Year.
Sheet metal Superintendent