|Robert L. Smith CQCM
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ACI Level I
AWS Associate Welding Inspector
ICC Structural Masonry Special Inspector
ICC Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector
ICC Structural Steel & Welding Special Inspector
ICC Prestress Concrete Special Inspector
IDOT Portland Cement Concrete Level I
IDOT Portland Cement Concrete Level II
IDOT Bituminous Concrete Density Tester Course
IDOT Hot Mix Asphalt Level I
IDOT Superpave Field Control
USACE Quality Control Manager
USACE Transportation System Center PCC Airfield Paving
USACE Transportation System Center HMA Airfield Paving
Familiarity of the EM 385-1-1 U.S Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirement Manual
CAPABILITIES (perform, teach and manage)
Asphalt Observation and Testing
Concrete Observation and Testing
Brick, Concrete Masonry Units, Mortar/Grout, and Soils
Concrete Reinforcement Placement and Testing
Structural Steel Observation and Testing
Fireproofing Material Observation and Testing
Batch Plant Observation
Construction Oversight and Testing
Roofing Material Observation and Testing
Site Grading and Foundation Earthwork Observation
ARMY CORP ENGINEERS
* CQC SYSTEM
* QCS SYSTEM
* RMS SOFTWARE
* Airfield PCC Paving
* Airfield HMA Paving
*EM 385-1-1 U.S Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirement Manual
B.A. Communications, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
B.S. Engineering, Construction Technology, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois
Essential Functions: Act independently as CQC while coordinating all QC functions so as not to delay construction scheduling.
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL CORPORATION (INTERNATIONAL) - (ECC and or ECCI)
Contract Quality Control Manager November 2010 – February 2011
Project: Airfield Pavement in at Camp Bastion Helman, Afghanistan, ($ 96 million) - I was the third QC Manager that ECCI had on this contract)
Camp Bastion Airfield in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province is now the fifth-busiest UK-operated airport and growing. This project was done for the U.S Marines the project was for taxy ways as well as aprons and 10 Shasta hanger foundations as well as administration buildings. This construction was moved up ahead of schedule and was deemed to be “Mission Critical” thus speed and quality was important. As the hangers were being completed they were being occupied and missions were be carried out while finishing work was being done. The project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
BYA International, Inc
Contract Quality Control Manager April 2010 – November 2010
Joint Contracting Command – Afghanistan projects ($83 million) at FOB (Forward Operating Base) Lightning and Thunder in Gardez, Afghanistan I was responsible for all Civil/Structural Quality Control management issues (for the multiple structures (20+) for the project as well as the infrastructure associated with the FOB improvements). The assignment had a dual purpose the second was I mentored the local national quality assurance (LQNA’s) to enable these engineers to take over when the USA leaves Afghanistan. I work closely with multi naturals thru the scope of the project as well as the Army Corps of Engineers (COE) (Afghanistan Northern was Engineering District (AED) mission). My assignment was to oversee and Implement BYA’s Quality Control Plan 3 phase system through training, provide policies and procedures, site assessments, personnel management, liaison between BYA and our clients, subcontractor management, project cost tracking, review material submittals and submit to the COE, Mentor and review the local materials testing lab and the field testing technicians.
Tug Hill Construction, Inc.
Contract Quality Control Manager July 2009 - April 2010
As CQCM for a $64 million project at Bliss Army Base in El Paso I am responsible for all Civil/Structural Quality Control management issues (for the Airfield Paving project as well as the infrastructure associated with said improvements). This is the hub project to $3.8 billion projects that had been built. I work closely with the Corps of Engineers. I have a staff that I over see that fulfills the project equirements for the data entry into the RMS/QCS system. I oversee the document control, inspections, as-built drawing control, submittals, attendance at Owner and subcontractor meetings, meeting minutes and ensuring Quality Control and Safety practices are enforced I provide Quality Control oversight for geotechnical, concrete, structural steel and more as per request for the contract I also review submittals and direct the services of the testing firm for the project.
Contract Quality Control Civil/Structural Manager May 2007 - July 2009
As CQC for a $128 million project at Creech Air Force Base in Las Vegas I was responsible for all Civil/Structural Quality Assurance and Quality Control management issues (This project consists of the construction of multiple facilities (12 vertical structures) to include; (1) 40,000 SF Maintenance Hangar, (2) 30,000 SF 2-story Squadron Operations/AMU Facility for MQ-1 and MQ-9 aircraft, this facility was designed to accommodate twelve aircraft; this required clear spans inside the hangar of approximately 142 feet by 250 feet by 27 feet high) the concrete floor to the hanger was a 35,500 sq.ft. super flat with specified FF and FL’s and required careful controls in order to meet the requirements of the project, (3) 14,000 SF Addition to a Ground Control Station, (4) 71,000 SF Warehouse Parts Store & Casket Storage, (5) 24,000 SF Addition to a General Purpose Maintenance Facility, (6) 24,000 SF Fuel Cell Maintenance Hangar, (7) Four 2,400 SF Munitions Storage Igloos, (8) 6,000 SF Munitions Maintenance Facility, (9) 4,500 SF Equipment Maintenance Facility, (10) 16,000 SF Field Training Unit Hangar Addition, (11) 12,000 SF Armament Shop, and (12) 8,000 SF Maintenance Training Addition as well as three airfield apron paved areas the concrete used for this was from 11 to 14 inches thick.) These projects required the CQCM to review, comment, and process submittals to the COE, Draft RFPs referencing relevant specification and include appropriate sketches to illustrate proposed work. Participate in the RFP’s cost negation with the owner, project control of all site quality control requirements including RMS/QCS updates, document control, inspections, as-built drawing control, submittals, attendance at Owner and subcontractor meetings, meeting minutes and ensuring Quality Control and Safety practices are enforced I provide Quality Control oversight for geotechnical, concrete, structural steel as well as erection items and more as per request for the contract I also review submittals and direct the services of the testing firm for the project.
CTE, Inc (Contracted Services) February 2007 – April 2007
Special Projects The reason that I was hired was I had been involved in mitigating potential damages for another firm due to some irregularities during the inspectional process and reporting. For professional reasons I will not go any further in the description of these irregularities. With the experience and the project management that I have I was able to provide corrective actions and expedite these concerns for the firms I have been hired by.
Professional Services Industries (PSI) (Contracted Services)
Construction Services Manager (Quality Manager) August 2006 – January 2007
As construction services manager I, co-ordinates, and exercises functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of site specific inspectional services, special inspections. Plan and formulate the re-construction and the “Go Forward” plan of the Las Vegas organization. Organize project staff to deal with a special situation the local office was involved with. Mitigated potential damages by performing forensic investigation to confirm inspectional findings. Assign qualified project personnel to specific phase or aspect of project, structural concrete, reinforcing inspections welding, QAA finials. The development of over 20 work plans for the company for response to the Counties project review. Review plans for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, customer contract requirements, and related specifications. Coordinates activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling, and test protocols. Evaluates and approves test results as well as field reports for entities compliances.
GeoTek, Inc., Las Vegas Nevada
Project Manager August 2005 – August 2006
Project Manage Construction Material Testing (CMT) my responsibilities were of a different nature than my former associations. GeoTek, Inc. has provided services on/for public works projects, master planned communities, residential developments, high rise condominiums, office buildings, commercial structures, airports, major universities, schools districts and State Department of Transportation infrastructure projects.
The list of clients ranges from federal, state and local municipalities, to developers, some of the nations largest residential builders, as well as private industry.
In Nevada there is a greater emphasis on the IBC chapter 17. Thus I was responsible for about 25 projects both commercial and some residential for compliance to the code requirements, as well as issuing various phase reports as well as the preparation of the final special inspection report (Final QAA report as well as Final Grading Plan reports for the county).
I had also been tasked with a project where I was to minimize the firm’s exposure through remedial efforts where we evaluated the integrity of 3 structures after this process. Other duties were the preparations of proposals and communications with existing clients from a support as well as marketing aspects.
ECS Illinois LLC, Buffalo Grove, Illinois (Contracted Services) February 2005 – July 2005
I was contracted to quickly restore the firm to the level it was at prior to the Union picked the firm, and the subsequent union agreement signed by the firm. I managed the re-staff as well as increasing the level of professionalism of the CMT department. I prepare the QA/QC manuals for the lab’s certification, and develop a calibration program for the department. I was responsible for the management of a department billing $3.8 million per year. I prepared proposals for the 2 largest projects that the local company has ever been awarded. (a Pharmaceutical Company, and a high-rise in Downtown Chicago)
Austin-Reed LLC, Houston, Texas (Contracted Services) December 2004 – February 2005
Development of all the manuals and calibration logs for the company to become a American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) certified laboratory. To develop and train the employees how to maintain the logs
Foppe Technical Group, Inc. Cincinnati, Ohio
Department Manager (Radiation Safety Officer and Safety Manager) October 2002 – November 2004
Supervises, coordinates, and exercises functional authority for planning, organization, control, integration, and completion of engineering project within area of assigned responsibility: Plans and formulates engineering program and organizes project staff according to project requirements. Assigns project personnel to specific phases or aspects of project, such as technical studies, environmental; phase I, geotechnical; investigation, testing, civil design; to the civil department, construction material testing, and special inspection testing, in accordance with engineering disciplines of staff. Reviews plans for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, customer contract requirements, and related specifications. Coordinates activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling, and test protocols. Directs integration of new test equipment in to the services that that were being provided. Evaluates and approves test results as well as field reports. Controls expenditures within limitations of project-budget and keep the client informed if there are anticipated overages. I prepared project interim and completion reports for the clients use.
Professional Services Industries, Inc. Stafford, Texas
Department Manager (PSI), (Radiation Safety Officer and Safety Manager) March 2001 – September 2002
I was tasked to run the Stafford CMT profit center. I managed, coordinated, and exercised functional authority for planning, organization, and completion of engineering project within area of assigned responsibility. Assigns project personnel to specific phases or aspects of project, such as structural fill projects, in fields sampling of concrete, soils and asphalt. Reviews plans for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, customer contract requirements, and related specifications. Coordinates activities concerned with technical developments, scheduling, and resolving engineering design and test problems. Evaluates and approves reports, drawings, specifications, and budgets. Project controls (expenditures) within limitations of budget. Prepares interim and completion project reports for corporate. Manager thus I was responsible for invoice review and approval, P&L responsibilities.
Sales Consultant Recruiter, Omaha, Nebraska -- Houston, Texas
Account Manager Construction July 1998 – March 2001
Full cycle recruiter – Regional Rooky of the year - Trainer of recruiters in Houston
Twin City Testing -Huntington Engineering – Maxim Technologies Waterloo, Iowa
Senior Geo-Technical Manager (Radiation Safety Officer and Safety Manager) October 1991-June 1998
My role was to develop, implement and market comprehensive geotechnical engineering services in the Eastern Iowa area. Responsibilities included scheduling of field inspectors and the drill rigs. Troubleshooting field situations presenting my observations to the Engineer of record so as to provide the best remedial coarse of action that was in the best interest of the client maintaining structural integrity.
Geo-technical Services Inc. Iowa City, Iowa
Regional Manager (Radiation Safety Officer and Safety Manager) August 1988- October 1991
I established an Iowa City office, generating $1,483,700 in first year billings. I administered Ames, Iowa office. Worked closely with the pioneers of super flat floor technology (Allen Face) to design and build the first super flat floor (200,000 square feet) in the Chicago metropolitan area. I developed model cost-effective site investigation format for farm co-operatives that provided. Chemical analysis of soil and water samples monitoring for VOC’s, fertilizer, pesticides, nitrates, carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic PNA’s. I initiated involvement of company in UST community cleanups Initiated involvement of company in landfill re-permitting.
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