We’re incredibly proud to have Alex as a Team Member. He’s been with Mammoth for 6 years has proven incredibly valuable. Alex started as a part-time helper on jobs and gradually made his way into the mitigation technician role. Alex is now one of the most seasoned and well-respected members of our company.
No matter what, Alex is there. He’s been a workhorse in our Erie branch and someone you can rely upon. His dedication to his team is evident when helping other Team Members after hours even when he’s not on call.
Also, he is brilliant. He’s one of the smartest people I’ve ever spoken with. He is a big gamer, loves to read sci-fi fantasy books, and is a tech wizard. Join us in learning more about him below.
– Mike Bevilacqua – CEO and Chief Culture Officer
How long have you worked at Mammoth?
How has Mammoth helped you in your career development?
Tim Haas, Kyle Rishell, Turk, and other people have helped me with my confidence and growth.
What’s one thing you know you can beat your boss Kyle in that he wouldn’t agree with?
I can absolutely eat more chicken wings than Kyle!
What is one thing that you own personally that you will not share?
The computer that I built for myself. I even built my family another, so no one has to touch mine.
Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us?
I don’t think there is anything about me that would be a surprise. I think everyone here at Mammoth knows I always play video games. I also enjoy cooking.
What is your favorite game that you play?
Apex legends, it’s a battle royale, first-person shooter multiplayer game.. I generally win!
What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
Rugby Scavenger Hunt.. The Tattoo of Boba Fett from Star Wars on my arm is from that scavenger hunt.
You are about to get into a fight.. what song comes on as your soundtrack?
Blood by My Chemical Romance
If you could switch your job with anyone else within Mammoth, whose job would you want?
Hmmm. I mean something involving computers and something inside with air conditioning.
What advice do you have for prospective Mammoth candidates?
Show up on time! Things may get tough but keep pushing through, it’s worth it! Do what you say you are going to do and you will succeed.
What are three words to describe Mammoth?
Entertaining, Kind, and Gritty
What do you like most about Mammoth?
A lot of the people I work with are entertaining so it makes the job fun!
Best vacation you’ve been to?
When I went to Arizona to see my dad.
Do you have a favorite quote?
“There is no worse death than the loss of hope”
What is your favorite food?
Pizza is my default answer..
What’s the best / worst practical joke that you’ve played on someone or that was played on you?
In college, the people who lived across the hall from me left their door unlocked. Their housing became filled with sticky notes and then they lined their rooms with partially filled cups of water.
If you’re interested in working at Mammoth Restoration we’re always looking for “A-Players.”