Senior Project Manager
IAEI & ICCC Certified
Florida Licensed Electrical Inspector and Plan Examiner
Licensed Electrical Contractor in 21 States
BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD)
Daniel, a licensed master electrician, BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer, and electrical contractor in 26 states carries over 25 years of experience in the electrical field. His experience spans across a wide variety of installations including residential, commercial, industrial electrical systems, and medium voltage switchgear. Among his most prominent experience has been at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida working for Reedy Creek Improvement District.
As an ICC and IAEI Certified and Florida Licensed Electrical Inspector and Plans Examiner for RCID, Daniel performed electrical plan reviews and inspections on a multitude of occupancy types ranging from high-rise hotels to amusement attractions for all properties and occupancies located within the Walt Disney World Resort. Most notably, Daniel worked on Disney’s Skyliner, NBA Experience, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Cirque Du Soleil, Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, The Edison, Maria & Enzo’s, and Coca-Cola Store at Disney Springs. These reviews and inspections covered all electrical installations including low-voltage and high voltage installations. Daniel also conducted annual inspections on all occupancies and attractions located within the resort boundaries to ensure compliance with National Electrical Code, Epcot Electrical Code, design drawings and life safety requirements.
Daniel also served as the Director of Electrical Construction for Wiggins, where he was responsible for the oversight of the electrical construction division. Projects include several Carmike Theaters, Cabela’s retail stores, Tesla Motors conveyor systems, Walmart disaster relief, and others. Duties included ensuring that all installations were completed on time, in budget, and in accordance with all applicable codes. Daniel was directly responsible for the supervision of up to 150 electricians at any given time.