ROBERT W. BANBURY
Cell: 786-***-**** • E-mail: email@example.com
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Civil Engineer with over 25 years of experience.
Key areas of competency are project management, construction management/inspection and construction administration.
Good communication, writing and organizational skills with exceptional quality checking ability.
Open minded and able to work independently in complex projects and environment.
Good technical skills and working knowledge of civil/structural design.
OSHA 30-Hr. Construction Health & Safety Training.
Detail oriented with excellent problem solving and analytical skills.
Familiar with AutoCAD, Prolog, Primavera Contract Management and MS Project. Able to operate MS Office tools such as Word, Excel and Outlook.
AED, Inc. Orlando, FL Feb. 2017 – Feb. 2018
Senior Transportation Specialist
Assigned to the Automated People Mover (APM) project at Orlando International Airport. Scope of work included modification of existing Airside 1 and 3 APM Systems, and installing a new South Airport APM System.
Performed testing and commissioning of the APM Operating System to include vehicles, train control, command and control systems, running surface, guideway equipment, power distribution system, communications, station doors, maintenance and storage facility and other associated infrastructure inspections necessary to support the operating system.
Participated in Contract Data Requirement reviews and Safety Program Plan meetings for the APM System. Construction value of project was approximately $140M.
KS Engineers, P.C. Newark, NJ Oct. 2013 – Jan. 2017
Senior Civil Construction Inspector/Engineer
Consultant to Port Authority of NY/NJ Construction Management Division, Newark International Airport, NJ.
Inspected and prepared reports for work performed to rehabilitate Taxiway P and Runway 4L-22R to include asphalt milling and resurfacing, construction of high-speed taxiway exits, realignment of existing taxiways, concrete pavement repairs and reconstruction; upgrading airfield lighting/signage and NAVAIDS, installation of electrical ductbanks, pavement markings, drainage improvements and other related site work to ensure compliance with Port Authority and FAA standards.
Participated in design and constructability reviews; prepared reports and reviewed shop drawings.
Lead Inspector for demolition of existing hangar, cargo facility and airline service buildings. Work performed include, but was not limited to, structural demolition, removal of asphalt and concrete pavements, underground utilities/structures and associated appurtenances. Disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials and recycling of demolished materials. Asphalt concrete paving and landscaping of aforementioned areas, drainage modifications and lighting improvements to accommodate overnight aircraft and vehicular parking. Reviewed and analyzed project CPM schedules, and provided management assistance to the Resident Engineer’s Office.
Reviewed and prepared change order estimates. Combined construction value of projects was over $77M.
CES Consultants/Parsons Fort Lauderdale, FL July 2012-July 2013
Senior QA/QC Engineer (Inspections)
Assigned to the construction project management team for the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Runway Expansion Project.
Scope of work involved included, but was not limited to, ensuring contract compliance for soil improvements, materials testing, embankment earthwork, paving, drainage, reinforced concrete bridge structures, roadways, pile foundations, utility building construction, underground utility systems and extensive maintenance of traffic; preparing reports and reviewing contractor’s payment applications associated with expanding and elevating Runway 9R-27L, and constructing new parallel and connecting cross-field taxiways.
Construction value of design-build and design-bid-build work packages was $180M and $250M respectively.
DY Consultants Garden City, NY April 2011-Oct. 2011
Construction Inspector/Assistant Resident Project Representative
Performed construction management and inspection services for rehabilitation and upgrading of existing taxiways at Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey.
Inspected taxiway milling, paving and reconstruction, drainage, airfield lighting/signage and NAVAIDS improvements, pavement markings and maintenance of traffic installations for contract compliance.
Reviewed and processed RFI’s, change orders and payment requisitions.
Measured quantities, participated in progress meetings and prepared reports.
HNTB Corporation Miami, FL May 2009-Sept. 2010
Senior Project Manager
Provided construction management and administration services for various building and civil infrastructure projects involved in Miami International Airport capital and facilities improvement program. Projects included construction of design-build automated people mover (APM) rail system, apron pavement and underground utility systems, and concourse/terminal buildings.
Inspected installations to ensure compliance with contract documents, FDOT standards, material testing procedures and applicable codes.
Monitored and managed construction costs by reviewing, analyzing and negotiating contractors’ change orders, claims and payment requisitions.
Reviewed project CPM schedules for progress payment approvals and claims analysis.
Construction value of contracts varied between $4M and $250M.
M.C. Harry Associates, Inc. Miami, FL June 2006-Feb. 2009
Coordinated construction between the client and project team for the expansion of fire alarm/fire protection systems including demolition and renovation of existing airport concourse facilities and other associated work at Miami International Airport.
Conducted construction progress meetings, prepared minutes and answered RFI’s.
Prepared and updated construction project logs, and reviewed contractor’s shop drawing submittals.
Documented work and design changes, prepared progress reports and monitored project CPM schedule.
Estimated change order costs and reviewed contractor’s proposals and progress payment applications.
Inspected work for conformance with contract provisions and prepared punch lists.
Prepared and submitted project deliverables to client for contract close-out.
Worked with project team to provide cost-effective solutions to problems encountered on site.
Construction value of contract was $10M. Completed project on schedule, within budget and to client’s satisfaction.
T.Y. Lin International Miami, FL June 1998-June 2006
Performed inspections of facilities at Miami International Airport to include bridges, reinforced concrete piers/foundations for APM rail system, roadway/taxiway construction; including airfield lighting/signage, pavement markings and NAVAIDS, landscaping work, cofferdam construction, taxiway open-cut tunnel modification, underground jet fuel system, micro-tunneling operations, security guard gate installation, electrical/communication underground duct banks, water and sanitary/storm sewer systems, demolition, sewage pump station installations, miscellaneous structures, apron and passenger loading bridge/gate construction.
Inspected installations for compliance with contract documents, FDOT standards, material testing procedures and applicable codes.
Documented progress and prepared construction reports and punch lists.
Processed contractors' payment requests and project close-out documentation.
Prepared daily observation reports, inspected construction and provided management support services for a new parking garage structure, sterilization building, waste/linen treatment facility and medical gas pipelines and tank farm installations for major hospital. Assisted in claims resolution and analysis.
Managed inspection team and responsible for overseeing inspections of exfiltration drainage and drainage inlet structure installations, and roadway reconstruction and resurfacing for county arterial road system. Provided project management assistance to the Resident Engineer.
Construction value of contracts managed varied between $1M and $35M.
M.C. Harry Associates, Inc. Miami, FL Jan. 1998-June 1998
Prepared architectural door and finish schedules for drawings to redesign existing Concourse F building facility at Miami International Airport.
Coordinated architectural and multi-discipline engineering redesign development drawings for this facility.
E.N. Bechamps Associates, Inc. Miami, FL Sept. 1995-Nov. 1997
Office Engineer/Assistant Resident Engineer
Responsible for work site and construction management services on new parking garage and existing parking garage modification projects to improve ground transportation at Miami International Airport.
Duties included but were not limited to the following: Attended construction progress meetings and prepared minutes. Maintained and updated RFI, change order, submittal/shop drawing, NCR, as-built drawing and correspondence logs for project. Inspected work for conformance with contract provisions and material testing procedures, and prepared punch lists. Reviewed contractors’ shop drawing/submittals for compliance with specifications and applicable codes, and answered RFI’s. Documented and prepared progress reports and monitored project CPM schedule. Reviewed contractors’ proposals and progress payment applications for approval. Total construction contract value was approximately $45M.
Maurice Gray Associates, Inc. Miami, FL May 1993-Sept. 1995
Responsible for program management services to include field inspections and daily reports for various building and civil infrastructure construction projects involved in Miami-Dade county general aviation and international airports capital improvement program. Estimated value of the program was in excess of $5B.
Assisted in project design reviews and cost estimation, participated in maintenance and operation field surveys and data collection and provided construction management support to project managers and design consultants.
Duties included but were not limited to the following: Inspection and preparation of reports for sheet pile installation and reinforced concrete placement for seawall and bridge construction along and over drainage canal respectively, parking garage and terminal/concourse building facilities construction, to ensure compliance with contract documents, material testing procedures and applicable codes.
Ronald E. Frazier Associates, Inc. Miami, FL May 1991-April 1993
Responsible for site inspections of APM rail system downtown Miami to include pile foundations, reinforced concrete structures, civil, architectural and landscaping work, mechanical and electrical installations and sampling/testing of concrete, to ensure conformance with contract documents.
Prepared daily construction and concrete placement reports and monitored maintenance of traffic, city and county ordinance violations and safety regulations during construction activities.
Duties included but were not limited to the following: Inspection of piling installations (precast and in-situ augercast reinforced concrete piles), reinforced concrete pile caps and piers, structural steel girders and reinforced concrete guideway and stations to ensure compliance with DOT standards, material testing procedures and applicable codes. Inspected cofferdam sheet pile installation to facilitate construction of pier foundations (piles and pile caps) for guideway spanning the Miami River.
University of the West Indies St. Augustine, Trinidad BS (Honors) Civil Engineering