Jason Hamme is a graduate of Spring Grove Area High School, class of 1996. In September of 1997, he was hired by Dick Walton to be a laborer for the plumbing department. The following year he began the plumbing apprenticeship courses with the Associated Builders and Contractors Association in Mount Joy. After earning a Journeyman’s License and a Master License in Pennsylvania, he also acquired a Maryland State Journeyman’s Plumber/Gas Fitter’s License. Other certifications include a West Virginia Plumbing License, Maryland State Backflow Certification, Maryland State High-Pressure Gas Endorsement, and medical gas training.
As the years progressed, the roles Jason filled at Walton and Company changed from apprentice to mechanic to plumbing foreman. As a foreman, he was tasked with a large variety of projects from small scale commercial installations to biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities renovations. These skills and training have carried over into his current role as a project manager. Jason delivers his knowledge of installing plumbing, HVAC and production systems to his clients and works closely with engineers and designers to ensure the final product performs and functions as designed.