Meet the our Machine Operator Team Lead who shapes the metal that becomes LVT Units.
Machine Operator Team Lead
Casey Sisneros is originally from Provo, Utah. In his position as the Machine Operator Team Lead, he operates the press brake machine which bends and shapes the sheet metal for LVT Units. “It’s pretty cool to bend quarter inch thick steel into any shape needed,” he said.
Sisneros works in Building A of LVT which is where all of the metal is cut, bent, and welded for the LVT Units before they are assembled at Headquarters. “All of the metal which makes LVT Units comes through here and is formed into the proper shape before it goes to welding,” said Sisneros.
Outside of work, Sisneros loves to take his three kids fishing and camping, as well as exploring St. George, Utah on motorcycles and four-wheelers. He also enjoys cooking, especially his signature spaghetti sauce that he makes from scratch.
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