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Engineer Manager

Location:
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Posted:
August 30, 2017

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Robert T. Burns Jr.

**** **** ******

Las Vegas, NV 89101

(702) ***- ****

ac123q@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION:

Manhattan College - Civil Engineering 1984

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

Water Environmental Association

Construction Manager Association of America

CERTIFICATIONS:

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Inspection Certificate - 2014

EPA Lead Based Paint Certification - 2014

NYC DEP Hot Work Permit Authorizing Individual - 2009

OSHA Scaffolding Use Certification - 2009

CMC Construction Manager Certification 2007

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety and Heath - 2008

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety and Heath - 2009

ACI Concrete Field Testing Technician - Grade 1 - 2004

United States Army Corp of Engineers Construction Quality Control - 2001

OSHA Supervisory and Confined Space Entry certification - 1996

OSHA 40 hour HAZWOPER and annual updates - 1989 to present

First Aid and CPR trained - 1989 to present

Annual medical monitoring and respirator approved/fit tested - 1989 to present

COMPUTER EXPERIENCE:

Windows XP Professional (Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point)

AutoCAD

Timberline

Primavera 6.0 Projects Scheduler

Expedition / Contracts Manager

Forms 2 Lite (USEPA Contract Laboratory Program)

SECURITY CLEARANCE:

Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)

CARCO

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Entech Engineering, P.C.: -September 2013 to January 2015

Resident Engineer for the Riverhead Wastewater

treatmentt plant for structural, mechanical, electrical and

process modifications including a new control building,

UV disinfection system, and aeration and holding tanks.

Project manager for the lead based paint evaluation for

the federal program to rebuild NYC from super storm

sandy; responsible for recruitment,training and

scheduling of over 30 tecnicians during a two phase 3

month schedule.

Rotator Staffing Services: - July 2011 to July 2013

Construction Manager for the New York Power Authority for multiple projects at the Holtville, Astoria, and the Inner City power plants ranging in value of $250,000 to $2 million for each contract. Responsibilities included investigation and oversight for the replacement and testing of generators, high voltage (13KV) cable, MCC's, mechanical equipment and control systems. Provided review of control logic loops and low voltage wiring and coordinated with operations for shut downs to maximize plant efficiency.

Technical Components, Inc. - February 2010 to June 2010

Sales Engineer for Rotork Actuators, Homestead and Sharp Valves, and Rosemont transmitters throughout Westchester, New York City and Long Island.

The Shaw Group, Inc. - October 2006 to February 2010

Project Manager / Resident Engineer for construction management services at the NYCDEP Owls Head Waste Water Treatment Facility in Brooklyn, NY. The primary project, which was awarded in August 2007, consists of the construction of a $ 40 million Grit and Scum Building (scheduled for completion in 2012) and the daily operation of the NYCDEP 10,000 square foot construction management trailer complex. Responsibilities included oversight of multiple prime contractors, HASP and monthly safety report review, payment processing, design and change order negotiations, and direction to in-house, subcontracted, and municipal construction management staff for conformance to plans and specifications.

Resident Engineer / Site Manager for the site remediation and construction of a 200 million dollar 2500 seat multi building school complex in the Mott Haven section of Bronx, NY for the New York City School Construction Authority. Responsibilities included contractor oversight for conformance to plans and specifications, payment processing, design and change order negotiations, coordination with additional contracts, and liaison to New York State, New York City, Teachers Union, and local community groups.

Dvirka and Bartilucci Consulting Engineers - September 2004 to September 2006

Assistant Resident Engineer for interim stabilization improvements of a NYC DEP water supply dam in Gilboa, New York. Responsibilities included construction oversight for a 60 million dollar multiphase emergency repair of the 85 year old structure while addressing public concerns.

Assistant superintendent for the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District. Responsibilities included supervision of a unionized labor force and the oversight of subcontractors for the continuous operation and maintenance of a 3.8 MGD waste water treatment plant, 45 miles of gravity sewer and force main piping, and 5 pump stations. Additional duties included daily interaction with residents, local industries, utility suppliers and adjacent municipalities to maintain regulatory compliance.

Project engineer for Nassau County Department of Public Works projects for the waste water treatment facilities, highway and bus maintenance facilities. Responsibilities included evaluation of existing infrastructure, presentation of cost effective rehabilitative options and construction oversight while maintaining operations.

URS / Science Applications International Corporation - June 1999 to September 2004

Site Supervisor/Senior Operator for a 10-1/2 acre superfund site in Old Bethpage, New York. Responsibilities included design, construction oversight, and operation and maintenance of 700,000 gallon per day groundwater treatment facility; implementation of a monitoring well program with the Environmental Protection Agency Contract Laboratories Program; oversight and direction of subcontractors for remediation of soils for non hazardous solid waste, asbestos, pcb's, and volatile organics; management of a 2 million dollar annual budget; and reporting to the New York State Department of Conservation, the United States Corp of Engineers, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Site Health and Safety Officer responsible for compliance with the site Health and Safety Plan and regulatory safety requirements, daily site inspections and safety meetings, and development of corporate safety policies and training procedures.

Participated in the coordination of security, traffic control plans, and health and safety training for United States Golf Association employees and law enforcement personnel at the 2002 US Open in Bethpage NY.

James McCullagh Company, Inc. - December 1997 to June 1999

Project coordinator for a 30 million dollar waste water treatment plant capacity re-rating project. Responsibilities included design, field verification, drafting, and coordination of three prime contractor's shop drawings and the engineers design drawings for final construction.

Dvirka and Bartilucci Consulting Engineers - December 1996 to December 1997

Resident Engineer for the construction of municipal pools and rehabilitation of related structures for Nassau County, the Town of Hempstead, and the Village of Mineola. Responsibilities included daily construction inspection, coordination with design staff, contractor's representatives, and municipal client and staff personnel; and approval of contract payment requests.

Resident Engineer for the construction, repair, and repaving of sidewalks, curbs and roads for the Town of North Hempstead, and the Villages of Mineola, Williston Park, and Stewart Manor. Responsibilities included surveying, design, field verification of drawings, construction inspection, and approval of contractor payment requests.

Blasland, Bouck and Lee, Inc. - July 1994 to November 1996

Senior Resident Engineer for the closure of a hazardous waste landfill in Port Washington, New York. Responsibilities included direction to inspection and geological staff, oversight of the general contractor and coordination with the municipal labor force and the regulatory agencies involved with the final cap construction, landfill gas recovery system and treatment systems, leachate recovery and treatment systems, and a groundwater investigative program.

Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc.- February 1990 to July 1994

Resident Engineer for the remediation of an estimated 2.5 million gallon gasoline spill in East Setauket, New York. Responsibilities included the construction and operation of a pilot and final thermal oxidation plant, pilot fluidized bed reactor, pilot and final air stripper system, pilot off-gas bio-filtration system, and pilot and final air sparging system; design and construction of a catalytic oxidizing system and site recharge basins.

Resident Engineer for the construction and operation of a pilot fluidized bed reactor for the Firemen's Training Center in Nassau County, New York. Responsibilities included design, construction, subcontractor oversight and operation of the pilot plant for the final design of a full scale plant.

Resident Engineer for the cap and closure of hazardous waste landfills in Huntington, New York and Barry County, Michigan. Responsibilities included a field re-design of contract drawings, direct contractor oversight, direction of municipal forces, and interaction with the regulatory agencies.

Project Manager/Resident Engineer for an underground storage tank petroleum spill in Lake Grove, New York. Responsibilities included direction of labor force for the monitoring and removal of number two and number six petroleum fuels on a weekly basis; reporting to client and regulatory agencies; and subcontractor payment requests.

Project Manager/Resident Engineer for the remediation of a 5 acre cyanide and copper contaminated site in Syosset, New York. Responsibilities included additional sampling and remedial design based on preliminary analytical results, contractor procurement, remediation oversight, and interaction with the regulatory agencies resulting in the removal of the site from the New York State Hazardous Waste site list. Dvirka and Bartilucci, Consulting Engineers - February 1985 to February 1990

Project Supervisor/Staff Engineer for solid waste management studies, landfill gas and leachate management services, sewer system and waste water treatment facility evaluation and construction services, and groundwater studies in various locations in New York, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Responsibilities included data collection, supervision of in house staff and subcontractors, payment recommendations, design and construction services.

Greeley and Hansen Environmental Engineers - May 1983 to December 1985

Construction Inspector for secondary improvements at the Yonkers Waste Water Treatment Facility.

Strata Well Corporation - June 1977 to January 1983 (Summer/Winter breaks)

Laborer/Drilling apprentice for the installation of municipal supply, injection, and monitoring wells.

REFERENCES / SALARY HISTORY:

Available upon request.

VOLUNTEER WORK:

Saint Francis Church Building and Grounds Committee

Boy Scouts of America

Elwood Soccer Club



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