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TOM GRAHAM TRAINING CENTER

Our customized training offers an invaluable education process that simulates real-life job site conditions

Our detailed procedures offer an exceptional safety culture experience

Our spacious 1,500 sq. ft. training facility sits on approximately 3 acres in the peaceful hills of El Cajon on Olde Hwy. 80. Boasting an open floor plan with a traditional yet modern classroom setting, this facility is fully equipped with laptops, state of the art technology, and an 84” widescreen wall mounted monitor to accommodate training groups of all sizes.

TRAINING STATION 1: GAS LINE INSTALLATION AND WELDING

TRAINING STATION 2: HOUSE-LINE SIMULATOR

TRAINING STATION 3: UNDERGROUND PRESSURE CONTROL

TRAINING STATION 4: POT HOLING AND VACUUM POT HOLING

TRAINING STATION 5: INSTALLATION OF SHORING AND DRY UTILITY TRENCH

TRAINING STATION 6: TRENCHING OPERATIONS AND TESTING

TRAINING STATION 7: BORING INSTALLATION AND LARGE ELECTRICAL PACKAGE

TRAINING STATION 8: FRONT-END LOADER, BOBCAT AND BACKHOE

TRAINING STATION 9: 8” AND 16” STEEL PIPE HANDLING

Safety is Our First Priority

Incidents

Resolved In Real-Time Via IPad

Safety Audits

Field Safety Managers Upload Results Immediately

Crew Reports

JSA/JHA/AHA Software Identifies Hazards

Safety App

Observations Reported Via Smartphone

BEST CAREER TRAINING IN THE INDUSTRY

TOM GRAHAM TRAINING CENTER

Our spacious 1,500 sq. ft. training facility sits on approximately 3 acres in the peaceful hills of El Cajon on Olde Hwy. Outdoor training stations offer invaluable hands-on training experience that simulate technically demanding job site conditions.

Build Your Career with A.M. Ortega

One of the best career decisions you’ll ever make, is to join our team. Competitive salaries and benefits, continuous training, opportunity for growth, and team-building, are just a few reasons why A.M. Ortega is your number one construction employer.

Work with us

Since 1974, our core values have been safety and quality workmanship – these will continue to be our watchwords as we move forward with the next generation of workers and leadership. As infrastructure components begin to reach the end of their useful life in the next few years, our industry will continue to increase in importance and workload as we have always done.