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Davenport, Florida, United States
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April 12, 2018

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Juan Carrasquillo

Roadway Designer/Senior Engineer Technician/Inspector/QC Coordinator

**** ****** *****, *********, ******* 33896

Phone: 808-***-**** Email: ac44dk@r.postjobfree.com To whom it may concern,

Perhaps you are looking for a highly capable engineering professional with progressive and hands-on experience in the engineering field. In review of the attached resume, you will find that I am highly capable of performing the role of Roadway Designer/Senior Engineer Technician including QC Coordination, Inspector, Review, Tracking and Compliance Monitoring. My experience has provided me with valuable knowledge and has enabled me to achieve leading roles on various projects for the Florida Department of Transportation. I have been given recognition for performing my duties satisfactorily and as required with minimal supervision throughout my employment history. In addition, I have been commended for being loyal, creative, energetic, and actively involved in helping to grow Orlando, FL offices. In brief, I have built a rapport that demonstrated the ability to work well with my immediate manager, coworkers, and would be an asset to any organization. You will find me to be a strong analytical problem solver that possesses the ability and communication skills to actively manage and perform various types of project duties. My ability to work in cooperation with teams and individuals has allowed me to consistently achieve goals. I have demonstrated success in this capacity in the past and intend to continue this trend into the future. I am confident that you will be pleased with the skills and experience portrayed in the accompanying resume. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. Sincerely,

Juan Carrasquillo

Juan Carrasquillo

Roadway Designer/Senior Engineer Technician/Inspector/QC Coordinator 1865 Sereno Drive, Davenport, Florida 33896

Phone: 808-***-**** Email: ac44dk@r.postjobfree.com Summary of Experience

I have over 25 years of experience in the Engineering field. I have done a variety of work on a number of projects involving Design, Inspections, Permit Coordination, Quantity Calculations, Quality Control, Roadway Plans Production, Drainage, and Utilities Coordination. In addition, I have provided Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) services in a variation of disciplines that include Highway, Roadway, Drainage, Utilities, Survey, Environmental, Field Inspection, Land Development, Planning, and Structural. I am proficient in Microstation and Geopak for Roadway Design and also have experience with AutoCad. In addition, I have also been responsible for training Engineers, Drafters and Engineering Technicians on the appropriate software and for making sure that all Design standards are followed and within compliance. Furthermore, I have experience in Permit Inspections, QC Coordination, and Asset Maintenance for the FDOT. As a Permit Inspector I provide program processes and oversight for permit coordination, review, tracking and compliance monitoring. I facilitate permit applications from initial submittal through project completion to include review of applications and engineering plans, site visits of proposed projects, final inspections and closeouts, attendance at preconstruction meetings, and correspondence with the Engineer of record and compliance monitoring of all approved permits for the client. I Identify or verify required maintenance work, interpret contract, schedule and coordinate subcontractor work and ensure work meets contract specifications. Ensure all aspects of the contract are coordinated and completed in a timely, efficient, effective and profitable manner. Moreover, as Quality Control Coordinator, I am responsible for project level monitoring and reporting. Compliance entails the completion of monthly Quality Control reviews, processes and measures as identified in the contractually-aligned Quality Management plan. My reviews, measures and processes ensure the delivery of consistent and continuously improved quality services by detecting and correcting failures, identifying and implementing best practices and procedures, ongoing training and indoctrination of project staff and field personnel, and the demonstration of contractual compliance to the client. I have a strong knowledge and understanding of District Asset Maintenance and Contract Services.

Education

Plainfield High School, Plainfield, New Jersey

Lincoln Technical Institute, Union, NJ (Diploma in Mechanical Design) Union County College, Cranford, NJ (Classes towards Associates Degree) Valencia College, Kissimmee, FL (Associates Degree in Criminal Justice) Affiliations/Certifications/Registrations

Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

FDEP Qualified Storm Water Management Inspector, 2819 Mot Work Zone Traffic Control Advance Level, CPR & FDOT MRP Training Professional Experience

I am experienced as a Roadway Designer, Senior Engineering Technician, QC Coordinator, Field Inspector, CADD, and Planner on various projects for the Florida DOT. Also, have experience with the New York City DOT, the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority, New York State DOT, New Jersey DOT and English/Spanish Translator of working plans.

Employers

1991-1994 Bergmann & Associates, Hoboken, New Jersey 1995-1996 Diversified Design, Tallahassee, Florida 1996-1998 Carter & Burgess, Orlando, Florida

1998-2000 Harding Lawson & Associates (Mactec, Inc.), Orlando, Florida 2000-2002 Carter & Burgess, Orlando, Florida

2002-2014 Kisinger Campo & Associates, Orlando, Florida 2014-2015 Transfield Services, Dundee, Florida

2015-Present GAI Consultants, Orlando, Florida

Present Infinite Interlock Inc, Kissimmee, Florida Select Project Experience

I-75 at SR 780, Fruitville Road and University Parkway, Sarasota and Manatee Counties, Florida: I-75 design/build interchange capacity project that included both the Fruitville Road and University Parkway interchanges in Sarasota County. The scope was to widen all off ramps to accommodate additional turn lanes at the at- grade intersections. The improvements included the additional turn lanes and storage, complete milling and resurfacing of the ramps and portions of the cross roads, new mast arms signals with video detection, new signing and pavement markings, and three new lighted overhead sign truss structures. These improvements required the analysis, design and permitting of four new storm water ponds and associated drainage upgrades. There was a minor wetland impact that required permitting. Using extensive utility coordination and subsurface utility exploration our team set the location of all new mast arm foundations and avoided several potential utility conflicts.

New Tampa Boulevard Extension over I-75 to Commerce Boulevard: The design of a 0.7 mile extension of New Tampa Boulevard to the I-75 Bridge and connect southward to the newly built Commerce Boulevard. The purpose of the New Tampa Boulevard improvement is to provide a direct connection to Liberty Middle School and Freedom High School, City of Tampa Park and other local businesses and residences currently under construction. Sidewalks and pedestrian connections will ensure safe passage along the roadway and across the 1-75 bridge. This New Tampa Boulevard extension should provide a great deal of relief on Bruce B. Downs for local users. Design began in 2001 and will end in December 2003. The construction cost for this project is $8,000,000. Role on project: Designer/CADD 1-4 Median Cable Barrier, Polk County: The scope of this design/build project was to design a cable barrier system to be placed in the median of 1-4 in Polk County from the Hillsborough County line to the Osceola County line. This was done to prevent crossover accidents and illegal U-turns in the median. The project spanned 32 miles at a cost of $4.5 million. Role on Project: Designer/CADD

Little Econ Greenway Trail (Phase I, II, III, IV), Orange County: Project starts at Blanchard Park to SR 50. Four miles of multi-use bike trail in eastern Orange County connecting Cady Way Trail to the University of Central Florida. This project included the design of a new pedestrian bridge over the Little Econ River and preliminary design of a multi-use bridge over SR 436. The project also included a new trailhead at the intersection with the Cady Way Trail. This trailhead includes parking, bathrooms, a basketball court, two playgrounds and a maintenance building. Improvements to the Econ Soccer Complex were also included.

Role on Project: Designer/CADD

SR 579 Fletcher Avenue (Florida Ave to Nebraska Ave) Design-Build, Hillsborough County:

This design/build project involved the design and plans preparation for 0.5 mile of pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements in Hillsborough County, Florida. The project included resurfacing SR 579 (Fletcher Avenue) between Florida Avenue and Nebraska Avenue. The project also involved reconfiguring a median traffic separator in order to increase the capacity of the eastbound to northbound left turn movement onto 1-275. Additional design work included adding a permanent traffic impact attenuator to protect the piers of the 1-275 overpasses. All drainage and project documentation necessary to secure permit exemptions from the Southwest Florida Water Management District was submitted and ultimately granted. A complete set of plans, specifications, and special provisions were prepared along with bid documents including pay items and an engineer's cost estimate. Role on Project: Designer/CADD

District 5 District Wide Miscellaneous Design No. 90: Multi-year miscellaneous design services contract for minor design projects throughout the District. Tasks completed under this contract include a bridge rail upgrade study, six miles of resurfacing and safety improvements on SR 528 in Brevard County including coordination and assistance with Central Office structures in the development of a new bridge rail upgrade design standard. Role on Project: Designer/CADD

1-10 (SR 8) Resurfacing, Jackson County:

This project involved the design and plans preparation for approximately 10 miles of interstate highway pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements through Jackson County, Florida. The project included complete resurfacing of Interstate 10 from the Washington County Line east to just past SR 276. The project also included the resurfacing of the interchanges at SR 75 (US 231) and SR 276. Two separate segments of the highway required significant profile correction - one involved extra depth milling, the other required ground injection of potassium chloride to fill voids and stabilize the surrounding soils. Additional project requirements included replacing 21 miles of fencing along the right-of-way line, nearly 5 miles of edge drain, 1 mile of shoulder guardrail, and installing nine miles of guardrail. A topographic design survey was conducted to support the plans development process and a complete right-of-way survey was conducted and right of way maps prepared. The right-of-way mapping was needed to document the proper location of new deer fencing along the right-of-way line and to properly document 24 separate wetland areas for permitting purposes. Wetland delineation was conducted to document the locations of these wetland areas and permit applications were submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection and the Northwest Florida Water Management District, which ultimately granted the necessary permits. A complete set of plans, specifications, special provisions, and technical special provisions were prepared along with bid documents including pay items and an engineer's cost estimate. A geotechnical evaluation of the alignment was conducted with special emphasis on the areas where the profile was in distress. Ultimately this geotechnical report was used to determine the appropriate action for rehabilitating the highway profile.

Role on Project: Designer/CADD

1-4 Median Cable Barrier Design-Build, Polk County: This 32 mile long project along 1-4 spans Polk County from one end to the other. Within these limits our team designed and constructed 25.4 miles of median cable barrier. The cable barrier was placed wherever existing guardrail and topographic features did not prevent U-turns and crossover accidents. Access points were provided for emergency, regulatory, and maintenance vehicles per the Department's access management guidelines. Role on Project: Designer/CADD 1-95 Median Guardrail Design-Build, Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin and Palm Beach Counties:

This 70.3 mile long project spanned Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties. Within these counties our team designed and constructed 15.3 miles of double and single-face median guardrail at eight interchanges. The interchange locations were chosen based on historical crash data that indicated a high rate U- turns and cross over accidents.

Role on project: Designer/CADD

1-75, Median Guardrail Design-Build, Lee and Collier Counties, Florida: The design and construction of 22 miles of double faced median guardrail along a 63 mile section of interstate that was experiencing a high median crossover crash rate at interchanges.

Role on project: Designer/CADD

SR 436, Orange and Seminole Counties, Florida:

Design of this project included the reconstruction of over 3.3 miles of four lane rural roadway to a six lane urban section. Design efforts included the preparation of all plans and specifications including roadway, drainage, signing and marking, signalization, right of way mapping and structures. Drainage was accomplished using a series of under drains and French drains in order to satisfy the storm water requirements within the existing right of way. The structural services included the widening of twin bridges, each of which had previously been widened to one side. The proposed six laning required that each of the bridges to be widened on both sides. The five spans, Type II AASHTO Beam Bridge were also retrofitted with seismic restraints. In addition to the bridge work, a one mile long precast vault was installed down the center of the roadway alignment to retain the first .5 inch of runoff. The vault was installed on precast footers and was designed for lateral pipe openings and manholes at approximately 200 foot intervals. Temporary steel sheet pilling was also designed to retain the soil adjacent to the drainage structures so that traffic could be maintained on the adjacent roadway. Role on project: Designer/CADD

SR 528, Brevard County:

This project involves the design and plans preparation for 5.6 miles of limited access highway pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements in Brevard County, Florida. The project includes resurfacing eastbound SR 528 (Beach line Expressway) from east of the Indian River to east of the Banana River and SR 401, and resurfacing the eastbound interchange ramps at SR 3 and Banana River Drive. The project included a structural study of the six bridges along the alignment to determine how best to upgrade the bridge railings to current impact ratings in a cost effective manner. The solution we recommended is a structural steel replacement of the aluminum bridge railing, which is an adaptation of a Texas system. It is the first ever use in Florida of this type. The new structural steel railing is structurally anchored to the existing concrete parapet wall to increase the load rating of the composite railing to the current TL-3 requirements. This project includes 3,976 feet of this new type of railing replacement. Additional project requirements included upgrading all existing guardrail end treatments and guardrail-to-bridge anchorages. All drainage, environmental, and project documentation necessary to secure permit exemptions from the Department of Environmental Protection, St. Johns River Water Management District and the US Coast Guard was provided and ultimately all three agencies granted permit exemptions. A complete set of plans, specifications, and special provisions were prepared along with bid documents including pay items and an engineer's cost estimate.

Role on project: Designer/CADD

SR 500 (US 27), Ocala, Florida:

Project in Marion County included the improvements to 7.5 miles of SR 500 from CR 326 to CR 225-A. The project involved the reconstruction of SR 500 from a 2 lane roadway to a 4 lane urban section. Other improvements included culvert extensions, drainage pond improvements, signing and pavement marking and signalization.

Role on project: Designer/CADD

I-75, Golden Gate Parkway Interchange, Naples, Florida: This project involved the design of a new interchange on I-75 at Golden Gate Parkway in Naples. Project includes widening of Golden Gate Parkway over I-75 and three new ramp bridges over the Golden Gate Parkway canal. Project also included the 6 laning of Golden Gate Parkway, frontage roads, lighting, plans, signalization, signing and pavement marking and landscaping.

Role on project: Designer/Engineering Technician/CADD I-75, Golden Gate Parkway Interchange PD&E Study, Naples, Florida: This project was a PD&E Study conducted for a new interstate interchange access at Golden Gate Parkway and I-75 near the city of Naples. The project included detailed engineering and environmental studies to evaluate potential social, economic and environmental impacts.

Role on project: Planner/ Engineering Technician/CADD Turnpike Widening from Atlantic Avenue to Lantana Toll Plaza, Palm Beach County: This project is a PD&E Study to evaluate and document proposed transportation solutions for this segment of the Turnpike in Palm Beach County. The proposed improvements to be evaluated include basic capacity improvements (widening to 6 lanes) and widening the three existing bridges at Atlantic Avenue, Lake Worth Drainage District Canal and Boynton Canal. This study involves the preparation of a State Environmental Impact Report (SEIR).

Role on project: Planner/ Engineering Technician/CADD 1-10 PD&E Study, Tallahassee, Florida:

PD&E Study along Interstate 10 from US 90 in Gadsden County to US 90 in Leon County, a total distance of approximately 16.8 miles. The proposed improvements to be evaluated include basic capacity improvements (widening to 6 lanes) and interchange modifications to accommodate projected traffic increases. Existing interchanges along this segment of 1-10 include; US 90/SR 10 in Gadsden County, SR 263 (Capital Circle Northwest), US 27/SR 63 (Monroe Avenue), US 319/SR 61

(Thomasville Road), and US 90/SR 10 in Leon County. Role on project: Planner/ Engineering Technician/CADD SR 436 Final Design, Orange County:

This project involved the final design of SR 436 (Semoran Blvd.) between SR 528

(Beeline Expressway) and SR 552 (Curry Ford Road). The project involves the reconstruction of SR 436 from a four lane divided roadway to a six lane urban section with a 30 foot raised median with bicycle lanes and pedestrian facilities. Other improvements include signing and marking, signalization, lighting and structural design.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 100, Flagler County:

This project involved one mile of roadway enhancement. The project included the design of a parking lot, decorative pedestrian lighting, landscaping, irrigation and crosswalks in the Town of Flagler Beach.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 518 (Eau Gallie Causeway) Sidewalk, Brevard County: This project consisted of 1.3 miles of enhancement. This project included a sidewalk along the south side of SR 518 at the Eau Gallie Causeway crossing the Indian River. Improvements included several drainage upgrades and 740 feet of barrier wall along the approaches to the main channel bridge.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

1-4 Major Investment Study (MIS) and Multi-Model Master Plan: A multifaceted analysis of 77 miles of 1-4 from Polk County to 1-95 with 45 separate interchanges which included functional design of all proposed interchange improvements, typical section design for 10 conceptual mobility enhancement alternatives, construction cost estimate, mobility alternatives including HOV lanes, general use lanes and light rail.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 5A (Nova Road), Port Orange, Florida:

State Road 5A, also known as Nova Road, is a north south highway that begins and ends at US Highway 1. It is noted that when 5A was built, it was used more as a bypass or beltway, but in recent years with growth reaching far beyond 5A; it sees more use as a major thoroughfare that passes through the heart of the region. This Project is a three mile major urban arterial roadway. Design involved conversion of this two lane rural facility to a four lane divided urban and five lane urban roadway. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

Seminole-Wekiva Trail, Seminole County:

Project consisted of a 2.2 mile multi-use bike trail in the City of Altamonte Springs, Florida. This project included the design of two trailheads. The San Sebastian trailhead design included a new entrance roadway, parking and restroom. The Seminole County Softball Complex trailhead included parking modifications, a covered shelter and several hundred feet of retaining wall. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

US 17 (SR 15) at SR 224, Clay County:

This project involved urban intersection widening and resurfacing. Design included additional turn lanes on SR 15 and a 31 space park-n-ride lot. Drainage improvements included new curb inlets and a small pond for the park-n-ride lot. The existing span wire signalization was replaced with mast-arm mounted signals. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 189 at SR 188, Okaloosa County:

This project involved urban intersection widening and resurfacing. Capacity improvements to this intersection included the addition of left and right turn lanes to all four legs of this intersection. This was accomplished by widening and/or redesigning the existing medians. Drainage improvements included several new curb and median inlets and a retention pond. The existing span wire signalization was replaced with mast arm mounted signals.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 89, Santa Rosa County:

This was a 13.2 mile widening, resurfacing and safety improvement project. Design included lane widening and addition of paved shoulders to each side of this existing two lane highway. Drainage improvements included 15 cross drain replacements, 12 cross drains extensions, the replacement or modification of 139 side drains and the regarding of miles of roadside swales and ditches. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 85, Okaloosa County:

This was a 4.7 mile, seven lane urban million and resurfacing and safety improvement project. This project included the resurfacing of a severely rutted roadway through downtown Fort Walton Beach, including the resurfacing of 14 signalized intersections.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 10, Okaloosa County:

This was a 7.5 mile rural resurfacing and safety improvement project. This project included a load rating analysis and safety barrier design for the 1,500 foot long, two lanes Shoal River Bridge. Paved shoulders were also added along the entire length of roadway. Drainage improvements included reworking of ditches at all cross drain locations and the replacement of 1,200 tons of ditch pavement. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

Maitland "Red" Trail, Maitland, Florida:

This project was 2 miles of multi-use trail in the City of Maitland, Florida. This Project included sections of on-street trail utilizing existing roadways and off-street trail on new alignments linking various City facilities, parks and schools. Responsibilities included CADD/Design, signing and pavement marking. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 30, SR71/166 and SR 77 (Lynn Haven) FOOT District Three, Bay County, Florida:

These projects required the production and preparation of roadway and signing and pavement marking plans. In addition SR71/166 required some widening and intersection improvements. GEOPAK was used for the layout of the horizontal and vertical design and for the earthwork quantities process. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 190, Okaloosa County:

This project required the production and preparation of roadway and signing and pavement marking plans for the milling and resurfacing of this State Road. In addition GEOPAK was used for the automation of the earthwork quantities process. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 291, Escambia County:

This project required the production and preparation of roadway and signing and pavement marking plans for the milling and resurfacing of this State Road. In addition GEOPAK was used for the automation of the earthwork quantities process. Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD

SR 77, Washington County:

This project required the production and preparation of roadway and signing and pavement marking plans. In addition, the design included milling and resurfacing, the addition of paved shoulders and required some widening including the widening of a bridge culvert. GEOPAK was used for the layout of the horizontal and vertical design and for the earthwork quantities process.

Role on project: Engineering Technician/CADD



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