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Garland D. Evans Quality Control or Superintendent

Location:
Celeste, Texas, 75423, United States
Salary:
$85,000
Posted:
January 02, 2010
Email:
ul05i8@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
*********@***.***


Garland D. Evans
**** ** ***
Celeste, TX *****
Hone: (903) ***-****
Cell: (540) ***-****
E-mail: ul05i8@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: To obtain a managerial/technical position utilizing my problem solving, inventiveness, analytical/organizational skills, and my extensive experience and specialized training.
6/08-Present Burns & McDonnell Kingsville, TX
Quality Control Manager
 Quality Control Manager for a $13 million Design Build, New T-10 Jet Engine Test Facility, Naval Air Station Kingsville, TX.
9/07-5/08 Vanguard Contractors LLC Norfolk, VA
Quality Control Manager
 Quality Control Manager for a $20 million Design Built Aircraft Maintenance Hangar, P-699 Norfolk Naval Station, Norfolk VA. Relocated family to Texas.
4/06-9/07 Flintco Constructive Solutions Memphis, TN
Quality Control Manager/Superintendent
 Quality Control Manager for a $96 million Relocation Program Administrative Building Package for the 164th Airlift Wing (Four Buildings Tennessee Air National Guard Memphis, TN International Airport. Quality Control Manager for a $94 million construction project (Construction of a new Prison for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Pollock, LA.). Reason for leaving was to get back on the east coast for family reasons.
6/03-1/06 Keys Ridge Construction, Inc. Dumfries, VA.
Project Manager and Superintendent
 Project Manager for the construction of two ball parks for Stafford, VA-- $2 million project. Project Manager for the fire station extension of Dumfries, VA-- $1 million project. Project Manager/Superintendent for the Capitol Auto consisting of 2 each 60’ X 100’ block buildings and all site work. Reason for leaving is no projects.
6/01-6/03 J.A. JONES Management Services, Inc.
Quality Control Manager
 Quality Control Manager for a $20 million Renovation project (Renovation of 5 Buildings – Hospital Point Quantico Marine Corps Base). Reason for leaving, terms of my contract was completed.
10/00-6/01 Flippo Construction Corporation, Forestville, MD
Project Safety and Quality Control Manager
 Safety and Quality Control Manager for the $8 million 30 acre site & 8,000 SQFT buildings for The New National Weather Station Dulles Airport, Washington, DC. Reason for leaving, terms of my contract was completed.
9/00-10/00 and 1/00-6-00 Venus Construction Corporation, Temple Hills, MD
Project Superintendent/Quality Control Manager
 Superintendent and Quality Control Manager for the DLA Window/Façade Leak Repair. This building is a four-story 2,500 LF with over 800 windows. The total project value is $800,000 and a 75,000 SQFT Roof Replacement projects at Backus Middle School, Washington, DC.--total project value $900,000.
6/00-8/00 W. M. Schlosser Company INC, Hyattsville, MD
Project Quality Control Manager
 Quality Control Manager for the Stafford High School phase IIA & IIB punch-out, and CQC for phase IIC summer work. Reason for leaving, terms of my contract was completed.
1/98-12/99 Lucky Contracting Corporation, Forestville, MD
Project Superintendent/Quality Control Manager
 Superintendent and Quality Control Manager for Phased Renovation of Bryant Center School for Fairfax County Public School. Total value of this project is $5,800,000. However, upon company award of child development center at Andrews Air Force Base--was reassigned as Superintendent and Quality Control Manager for this project. Total value for this project is $5,000,000.
10/95-12/97 Kennedy Contracting, Inc. Richmond, VA
Project Superintendent
 Managed construction of Food Lion grocery stores. Projects included additions, and renovation. The size of the project was 12,500 sqft. – 20,000 sqft.--and total value of the project were $3,000,000 to $9,000,000.
3/93-3/95 Columbia Research Corporation (CRC)
System Engineer Analyst I
 Assisted the Riverine Assault Craft Project Officer, with the construction of the $5,000,000 MARCORSYSCOM Boat Support Facility. Assisted the Small Craft Project Officer with $8,000,000 procurement, assembly, and distribution task of the Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft (CRRC), Transom management, Quality Control and Safety of the TSK and DEC components. Conducted component testing, and developed Engineering Change Proposals (ECP). Prepared procurement documentation and correspondence, obtained cost estimates. Served as the instructor for the Marines worldwide in the operation and maintenance of the CRRC, TSK and DEC.
9/89-3/93 MARCORSYSCOM Quantico, VA
Project Officer, Research and Development
 Served as Project Officer, managed a wide range of functions, such as maintenance, construction, contracting and procurement, property/shop management, budgeting, quality control and safety. Project officer for construction of the MARCORSYSCOM Boat Support Facility. Interfaced with the Public Works Department, Naval Construction Force, and Architect/Engineering Contractor division 1-16, initiated design changes, procurement, which saved the USMC $200,000. Project Officer for Zodiak Reconnaisance Craft Transom Stiffening Assembly. Initiated design changes, testing and procurement, which saved the USMC $1,500,000. Project Officer for Mine Laying equipment during Desert Storm ensuring the Fleet Marine Force received the equipment before their breach assault on Kuwait.
7/86-7/89 U.S Naval Station, Public Works Department Keflavik, Iceland
Seabee Division Officer
 Served as the Seabee Division Officer--supervised 70 Seabees in all phases of facilities maintenance division 1-16 and emergency services maintenance. As the Customer Service Liaison, was the direct link between 46 Naval Air Station base facilities, and the Public Works Department. Additional duties include: Safety Officer, Hazardous Waste Officer, and Quality Control Manager. Inspected and accepted new construction of facilities from ROICC. Also, the Community Maintenance Self-Help Manager.
5/83-6/86 Naval Training Center, CBU #419, Orlando, FL
Operations Officer
 Served as the Operations Officer--supervised 45 Seabees in all phases of construction division 1-16.
12/73-5/83 United States Navy
Various Assignments with Seabees & Public Works Department
 These assignments included supervisory and technical responsibilities related to maintenance control procedures, planning and estimation, new facilities construction and maintenance repair of existing facilities, pipe line installation, self-help construction utilizing unskilled labor, supply procedures/record keeping, shops supervision, Quality Control Manager, ROICC QA Inspector, and Safety Manager.
3/68-10/70 United States Army
Various Assignments with Engineering Units
These assignments included supervisory and technical responsibilities related to the fabrication and repair of engineer equipment and structural repair of bridges in Vietnam.
Education
East Texas University, Commerce, Texas 1971-1973
City College of Chicago, NAS Keflavik, Iceland 1987-1988
Celeste High School, Celeste, TX 1963-1967
Numerous Military Leadership/Management, Technical, and Construction Management, Hazardous Waste Management, Quality Control & Safety Courses
Numerous Computer Courses, MS Office, and MS Projects
60% Disabled Vet
Certified Quality Control Manager, Corps of Engineers 2003 & 2008
OSHA Construction Safety & Health Training 10 hours 2007
OSHA Construction Safety & Health Training 30 hour 2007

References:
Terence Arredondo
Project Manager, Burns & McDonnell
Office # 816-***-****
Cell # 913-***-****

Don Blanchard
Site Manager, Burns & McDonnell
Cell # 361-***-****

David Garza
Navy QA/QC
Cell # 361-***-****