Resume

Sign in

Project Manager Construction

Location:
San Diego, California, United States
Posted:
August 02, 2017

Contact this candidate

Resume:

DAVID A. SZABO, **** Jewell Street, Unit B*, San Diego, CA 92109.

Phone: 858-***-****. Email address: ac1mv3@r.postjobfree.com. EDUCATION North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. Bachelor of Civil Engineering, 3.5 GPA, May 1997 HONORS NCSU Dean’s List, National Dean’s List, Golden Key and Chi Epsilon Honor Societies Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CISEC) – Certification # 850 Certified Construction Manager (CCM) - CMCI ID # 2679 Certified for Asbestos Awareness – Certification # 0715ABCA-002 SKILLS

• Capable of performing complete Project Manager, Construction Manager, and Planning responsibilities for numerous types of construction, including infrastructure, structural steel, concrete, masonry, civil, earthwork, ground up construction, remodel construction, Federal Work, K-12 school work, Higher Education work, and more.

• Effective organizational and communication skills.

• Expertise in structural and miscellaneous steel (see job experience below)

• Experienced in creating project budgets, bid documents, and schedules, as well as buying our projects.

• Effective in minimizing project delays.

• Effective in researching codes and policies and applying them practically to construction planning and implementation.

• Experienced in creating red lined as built drawings from field conditions and project documents such as RFI’s and change orders.

• Effective in providing and reviewing documentation such as meeting minutes, RFP’s, cost estimates, budgets, schedule of values, bid documents, scopes of work as well as identifying and recording existing field conditions.

• Effectively communicates with all parties to minimize delay and cost impacts and streamline construction efforts.

• Effectively provide status reports of construction progress, construction issues, budget progress, etc. to entire project teams.

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

2016 - 2017 – Project Manager at Kitchell Contractors Buyout lead for $60 million hospital buildings in El Centro, CA. Bid, bought out, and managed (2) simultaneous summer dorm remodel projects at SDSU in 2016:

• Chapultepec Dorm Renovation – Interior Remodel of (11) story dorm on West side of Campus

• Tenochca Bathroom Remodels - Gutted and replaced (16) bathrooms. Encountered (3) weeks of unforeseen existing conditions, but still completed on time.

2015 – Project Manager at RORE, Inc.

Various Federal clients include Army Corps of Engineers, VA, NAVFAC, Air Force, National Guard, and Coast Guard.

Project Management

Projects include:

• San Diego Veterans Administration Dental to Ambulatory Remodel

• United States Coast Guard San Diego Sector Replacement of Above Ground Storage Tank Fuel Filters

• United States Coast Guard Sector Eugene, CA Housing Demolition of Mini-Mart and Associated Buildings

• United States Coast Guard Station Bellingham, WA Roof Replacement

• Cannon Air Force Base Fire Dampers

• Greely, Colorado Air National Guard Building 107 Mezzanine and Fire System Upgrade

• El Toro Marine Base Abandonment of Fuel Farm 555

• Fort Ord Ground Water Treatment Plant Relocation – NAVFAC (constructability review) 2010 to 2014 - Project Manager, Balfour Beatty Construction, Southwest Division, San Diego, CA. September 2013 to August 2014: This was a “takeover” project Balfour Beatty got when a previous GC defaulted during preconstruction. Authored bid documents for $35 million Mesa College CBS Building, and later managed buyout.

• Coordinated previous GC’s design build partner’ quotes with Balfour Beatty’s Division of Work (work scopes) bid documents.

• Issued bid documents.

• Managed buyout process.

December 2013 to April 2014: Authored design-build bid documents and managed buyout for $36 million Remodel of SDSU Zura Hall.

• Coordinated Division of Work (work scopes) documents with the evolving design documents, and effectively put out to bid different phases of drawings to subcontractors.

• Helped select lowest qualified or “best value” design build subcontractor bids

• Issued subcontracts with applicable scopes of work and design build requirements May 2013 to September 2013: Project manager responsible for all aspects of bidding, buyout, preconstruction and construction for summer renovation of $1 million SDSU Villa Alvarado dormitory (CM at risk delivery system). Project was successfully and profitably bid, bought out, procured and built from May 2013 to August 2013 (quickest total project turnaround in my career).

• Contained abatement

• Selective demolition of walls and slabs

• New MEP systems and finishes

• New wall framing

• New finishes included residential bathroom and kitchen fixtures. 2010 to April 2013:Construction Manager, responsible for all aspects of construction (CM not at risk delivery system) for Palomar College Horse Ranch Creek Road – New 9,800 LF four lane road in Fallbrook, CA, under the jurisdiction of the County of San Diego Department of Public Works. $12 million total contract amount.

• New intersection with State Route 76 in Cal-Trans right of way

• New major storm drain system under roadway to service adjacent developing land parcels, to include major reinforced concrete piping and associated vaults, manholes, headwalls, rip rap, etc.

• New major water piping system under roadway to service adjacent developing land parcels. Sewer piping made from 16” Concrete Mortar Lined and Coated (CMLC) Piping, and appurtenances made from bronze and copper piping.

• Responsibilities included Pre-construction, including Constructability and bid management resulting in 25% savings to engineer’s estimate.

• Guided project and defended client’s best interest through a multitude of delays and subcontractor claims associated with discovery of Native American artifacts and corresponding lawsuits, permit revocation by Army Corps of Engineers, CalTrans project suspensions, addition of underground water infrastructure, and multiple rainy seasons.

• Won company “top hammer” award for best project multiple times. 2006 to 2009 - Project Manager, Jaynes Corporation of California, General Contractors, San Diego, CA. Responsible for all aspects of construction, including schedule, buyout, submittals, RFI’s, subcontractor coordination, and project closeout.

Helix High School – New 2 story science building and site development. $7 million contract total.

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Metal stud wall framing

• Exterior finishes included specialty exterior “sandwich” wall panels systems

• Roofing systems was clay tile.

• Included specialty science stations for science students. Santana High School – New 1 story science building and site development. $5 million contract total.

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Wood wall framing

• Exterior finishes included specialty exterior “sandwich” wall panels systems

• Roofing systems was clay tile.

• Included specialty science stations for science students. Oceanside Market Place – New retail complex and underground parking garage. $7 million contract total.

• New underground cast in place concrete parking garage, including storm water detention basin.

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Site retaining wall

• Permeable concrete paving

• Structural steel framing

• Wood wall framing

• Plaster and stone veneer exterior

• Built up roofing system

• Interior built out with demising walls for tenant built outs. El Corazon Senior Center – New senior center building and site development. $9 million contract total.

• Included major site grading efforts of existing sand “tailing” ponds.

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Wood wall framing

• Clay roof tile system

• New site paving and landscaping

• New AC Paving parking lot

• Interior buildout included senior citizen access considerations. Calexico Town Center - 132 acre site development project. $5.5 million total contract.

• Included mass grading efforts

• Included grading of individual tracts

• Included extensive new storm drain, sewer and underground electrical systems to service the future homes. Palm Springs Family Clinic - 22,000 SF family health clinic, OSHA MEP regulations. $6 million contract total.

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Wood wall framing

• Clay roof tile system

• New site paving and landscaping

• New AC Paving parking lot

• Interior buildout included CA OSHPD requirements. All Hallows Catholic Church - 21,000 SF church project in La Jolla, $4.7 million contract total New multi-purpose building

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Wood stud wall framing

• Painted plaster exterior

• Clay tile roofing system

• New MEP and interior finishes

• Exterior hardscaping and landscaping

Remodel of Existing Classroom Building

• Selective demolition of existing buildings, including removal of all interior and exterior wall finishes.

• Inspection of existing wood framing conditions, repair and reinforcement of same to comply with current building codes.

• New building architectural finishes.

• New MEP systems and finishes.

2005 to 2006 - Stonebridge Associates, Commercial Real Estate Developers, Bethesda MD. Tenant Project Manager (of project below), and assisted in management and research of multiple real estate development projects. Chevy Chase Center - Tenant Project Manager for $185 million dollar redevelopment project in Chevy Chase, MD.

• 280,000 SF of retail, office, and supermarket tenant build outs, as well as 3 levels of underground parking. Included 72,000 SF of high-end fashion retail stores.

• Tenants included Polo, Gucci, Bulgari, LVMH, Tiffany's, Cartier, Barney's, etc., as well as 202,000 SF of office building tenant build out and 40,000 SF of supermarket build out.

• Responsibilities included management of all phases of tenant drawing review, lease management, tenant allowance disbursement, landlords tenant construction costs, punch list and closeout requirements, as well as coordination with permitting department, base building and tenant contractors, design teams, building engineers and mechanical systems. Also supervised tenant on site construction for landlord, and coordinated tenant construction issues with base building construction efforts. 2004 - Project Manager, Glen Construction, Gaithersburg, MD. Worked on urban concrete parking garage remodel into condominium building.

• Sand blasted existing lead paint

• Repaired existing “spalling” concrete conditions.

• Selective demolition of existing concrete and brick, replace with new. 2002 to 2003 - Project Manager, Douglas E. Barnhart, Inc., General Contractors, San Diego, CA. MiraCosta College Remodel of Administration Building. $3 million contract total, 6 month accelerated schedule.

• Contained abatement process.

• Selective demolition of existing structure.

• New raised entrance including steel and wood framing.

• Used Eisenwall “quick set plaster” to save schedule time

• New finishes included specialty “venetian plaster” system in lobby. Las Lomitas School & La Entrada School. Multiple schools in the San Francisco Bay area.

$4 million Las Lomitas Elementary School Remodel of Administration Building and New Library Building

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Wood stud wall framing

• Painted plaster exterior

• Clay tile roofing system

• New MEP and interior finishes

• Exterior hardscaping and landscaping

$3 Million La Entrada Middle School Remodel of Classroom Buildings

• Selective demolition of existing buildings, including removal of all interior and exterior wall finishes.

• Reconfiguration of existing wood framing conditions, repair and reinforcement of same to comply with new design and current building codes.

• New building architectural finishes, including marker-boards and chalkboards

• New MEP systems and finishes.

2000 to 2001 - Sr. Project Engineer, Douglas E. Barnhart, Inc., General Contractors, San Diego, CA. Oceanside High School Re-Construction – $25 million new Science & Technology Building, as well as $6 million remodel of existing classroom buildings.

$25 million new Science & Technology Building included:

• New underground utility systems

• Reinforced concrete foundations

• Structural steel framing

• Metal stud wall framing

• Exterior finishes included metal wall panels, glazing and plaster.

• Roofing systems included built up roofing and rolled metal roofing sections.

• Included specialty chemistry stations for science students.

$6 million remodel of existing classroom buildings included:

• Selective demolition of existing buildings, including removal of all interior and exterior wall finishes.

• Inspection of existing wood framing conditions, repair and reinforcement of same to comply with current building codes.

• New building architectural finishes.

• New MEP systems and finishes.

San Diego State University Residential Suites and Dining Complex – This was a design build project, that included two

(6) story dormitory buildings, a (3) story dining complex, and new exterior areas. Aspects of this project included:

• Foundation work included steel piles into the earth as well as major reinforced footing, grade beam and foundation wall work.

• Building framing included structural steel framing for all (3) buildings, as well as steel floor and roof decking. Wall framing was metal stud, and various areas had “balloon framing”, where multiple story exterior metal stud framing required design and PE stamp from subcontractor’s structural Professional Engineer.

• Floors construction consisted of reinforcing steel bars, both gauge metal and steel concrete floor edges, and structural concrete.

• (6) Story dorms had pneumatic elevator systems, (3) story dining complex had hydraulic elevator system.

• Includes expansion joint system to comply with earthquake code requirements.

• Clay tile roofing system on (3) story dining complex, built up roofing system on (6) story dorms.

• Building finishes included VCT, ceramic tile, plaster, paint, acoustical ceiling, wall rail, terracotta pavers, etc.

• New underground utility systems and building MEP systems, including UPS system (un-interrupted power supply).

• Included topping slab over waterproofing system.

• Site features included new swimming pool with shotcrete and decorative tile finish, volleyball courts, new landscaping and irrigation, site pavers and site fixtures and site retaining walls, including a keystone construction retaining wall.

• Won company “top hammer” award for best project multiple times. 1997 to 1999 - Project Manager, Steelfab, Inc., Charlotte, NC. Steelfab was at this time the largest structural and miscellaneous steel fabricator in the South-East United States. As a project manager, I was responsible for all aspects of structural and miscellaneous steel construction, including estimating, bidding, material procurement, shop drawings, fabrication, and installation. I managed on average 15 - 20 projects at a time, varying in phase (i.e. bidding, shop drawings, fabrication and installation phases) and size and scope (from miscellaneous steel to warehouse construction to multi-story steel framed building). Some representative projects are listed below: Green Hills Commons, Nashville, TN. – 5 story shopping mall. 900 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel. $1.7 million contract tot al . Included a “virtual” cinema experience that required a specially fabricated steel flooring system including welded Teflon floor pads that allowed the seating area to shift in all directions as part of the virtual experience. 6 month construction schedule for structural and miscellaneous steel. One Renaissance Center, Raleigh, NC –6 story office building. 1000 tons of structural and miscellaneous steel. Included specialty architectural portico. Included special coordination with pre-cast building exterior shell system. $1 million contract total. 5 month construction duration for structural and miscellaneous steel. Hampton Roads Building 11, Hampton Roads, VA. – 280,000 square foot warehouse, $1.2 million contract total. Includes building anchor bolts, columns, beams, and (subcontracted) fabricated joists and joist girders, as well as coordination with exterior building shell concrete wall tilt-up systems. Kramer and Eugene’s Restaurant, Concord, NC – 350 ton (structural steel), 4 story office building with restaurant. Includes unique 2 story circular stair case on corner of building with clear glazed walls and elliptical structural roof system that included rolled tube steels of continuously varying radiuses. 1997: Stewart Engineering, Civil Engineers, Chapel Hill, NC - Intern between junior and senior years of college. I used AutoCAD to create structural steel and concrete drawings, and edited existing structural drawings. Worked hand in hand with Structural Professional Engineer’s to apply principals learned in structural engineering courses to building design work.

1996: North Carolina Department of Transportation, Raleigh, NC – Intern between sophomore and junior years of college. Worked hand in hand with Civil Professional Engineer’s to apply principals learned in civil engineering courses to the design of roads, bridges and culverts. Computer Skills:

Primavera 6 – Created and maintained Federal Project Schedules for various Federal Agency projects during 2015, including creation of project fragnets to track project changes. Primavera Suretrack – Created and maintained various projects for state, K – 12 school, and higher education projects from 2000-2014, including creation of project fragnets to track project changes. Microsoft Project – Created project and bid schedules for various Federal projects and bids during 2015. QCS (ACOE’s Quality Control System) – Used QCS database for purposes of projtect closeout and resolution of project change orders on San Diego Veteran Administration Hospital Dental to Ambulatory Renovation Project, 2015.

IMPACT (Air National Guard’s construction database) – Used IMPACT database on Greely, Colorado Air National Guard’s Building 107 Mezzanine and Fire Protection Projection for purposes of submittals and project closeout.

Prolog Construction Database – Used for creation, submission, and tracking of submittals, RFI’s, transmittals, meeting minutes, daily reports, cost proposals, owner and subcontractor change orders, and general data tracking.

Constructware - Used for creation, submission, and tracking of submittals, RFI’s, transmittals, meeting minutes, daily reports, cost proposals, owner and subcontractor change orders, and general data tracking, as well as direct cost transferring to and from JD Edwards Database. JD Edwards – Used for project budget and cost tracking, as well as project profitability analysis. Timberline - Used for project budget and cost tracking, as well as project profitability analysis, and invoice approvals.

Bluebeam – Used for various construction and CM functions, including marking up drawings for bid requirements, creating red-lined/as built drawings, performing linear and area take offs, and overlapping drawings versions to determine changes.

AutoCAD – Created and edited structural engineering drawings. Used AutoCAD drawing viewer to review design drawings and review procured AutoCAD as built drawings required by Federal Project specifications.

Microstation – Used to create and edit civil engineering drawings at North Carolina Department of Transportation.

RS Means – Used to create cost estimates for project bidding purposes as well as for checking subcontractor’s proposed change orders.

Microsoft Word – Used proficiently over professional career to create bid documents, meeting minutes, monthly reports, cost proposals, etc.

Microsoft Excel – Used at a high level to create cost estimates, budgets, tracking spreadsheets, schedule of values, profitability analysis, etc.

Microsoft Outlook – Used at a high level to effectively communicate with colleagues, subcontractors, clients, etc., as well as to organize personal and group meetings.



Contact this candidate