Resume

Sign in

Manager Project

Location:
St. Augustine, Florida, United States
Salary:
96,000
Posted:
August 16, 2018

Contact this candidate

Resume:

Frank Mashuda

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

St.Augustine, Florida 32092

703-***-**** cell

ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com

Goal: I want to build on my long career as a facility manager, program manager, and supervisory project and contracts manager with the US State Department,, and Washinton National Airport to contribute my skills and knowledge to benefit my employer, colleagues, and the customers I support.

WORK HISTORY

Facility Director Nassau County Board of Commissioners, Yulee, Florida 12/2016 to Present

Direct all engineering, cosnstruction, maintenance, operations, and repairs for all county facilities and parks located in Northeast Florida

Facility Maintenance Contracts Manager 7/2013-2/2016

Reagan National Airport, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Serve as a contracting officer’s technical representative, responsible for contract compliance, accounting accuracy, administrative management, scheduling, project development, and specification submissions, for management of numerous critical and routine facility operations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Senior Project Manager 2011-3/2013

BHS/EMI Services – Richmond, Virginia

• Directed and coordinated a staff of fifty employees and an indirect contracted staff of over one hundred in a five million dollar annual maintenance services and facility engineering contract for the US General Services Administration, when Federal contract with employer ended; Directed and scheduled all tradesmen and supplemental contractors in maintenance activities, operations, and repair so work was completed in twenty-four hours; Assured project profitability and contract compliance

• Provided services for over two million square feet of Federal office space in eleven Federal Buildings throughout Virginia, including the Norfolk and Richmond Federal Buildings, the Portsmouth Coast Guard headquarters in Portsmouth on a “24-7” basis without failure. Developed complex industrial maintenance specifications and administered all subcontractors while engaged in all aspects of the program, from major cooling tower replacements, emergency plumbing repairs, annual preventative and predictive maintenance tasks associated with high voltage switchgear and emergency generators, to routine landscaping, snow removal, and custodial services; Used multi meters and pressure gauges to insure work was done satisfactorily by crews and contractors, consistent with CMMS guides, reliability centered maintenance and manufacturers specifications

• Supervised remote subordinates in all technical, engineering and operational matters and complied with all OSHA standards and EPA guidelines to insure all members of the staff and the community we served were safe

Regional Facility Manager 2004-2008

US Embassy Bridgetown

• Served as roving technical manager directing facility, repair, construction, operations, and engineering programs at four US Embassies in the Caribbean. Supported one-hundred and fifty residences and office buildings in five countries through a comprehensive facility management program, including maintaining one hundred acre housing compounds with swimming pools and athletic grounds; Managed five housing compounds totaling fifty acres; Directed all trade and engineering activities and contract actions by developing an effective technical strategy to sequence the work, performed by employee tradesman and contractors, in the most cost-effective and safe manner, providing the best value to the US Government and assuring greater reliability; Developed and managed budgets for each of the four posts I supported and for each special project that was approved. Scheduled work for trade’s personnel that incorporated preventive maintenance, prompt service call response, renovation, and “make-readies” between occupants, while insuring all safety hazards are eliminated and energy efficiency is given a high priority

• Commissioned and managed a one hundred million dollar new Embassy Chancery construction project in Barbados, developed a maintenance program, procured essential spare parts for the new HVACs, fire alarms, fire pumps, and emergency generators, and trained staff to manage a high tech facility after my departure

• Repaired US Embassy in Grenada after hurricane devastation and upgraded an electrical system to NEC code. Upgraded electrical and mechanical systems in a twelve story apartment building to convert it into an office building, serving as project manager and inspector as part of a complex sequence of renovation contracts. Sustained superior performance award 2007 from the State Department

Regional Facility Manager 1999-2004

US Embassy Dakar, Senegal

• Directed all maintenance, facility engineering, repair, and construction programs for five embassies, including the operation and maintenance of a “24-7” facility maintenance program supporting over two hundred buildings and residences though the use of locally employed staff and contractors

• Developed strategy, selected engineers and contractors for projects in five nations; Developed engineering blueprints, specifications and plans to upgrade offices and residences to improve reliability, safety, and energy efficiency. Employed instruments and directed an inspection program to insure work performed complied with US codes, good trade practices, and the American Society of mechanical engineers

• Operated over two hundred separate facilities, including residences and compounds comprising over one million square feet of occupied space working on a “24-7” schedule. Managed a fifty hundred acre compound with swimming pools, restaurants, clinics, athletic facilities, and schools that served the entire American community overseas

• Directed crews of one hundred personnel in all trades on classified construction and essential maintenance to support facility operations in Africa by providing critical facility services to maintain security and classified operations. Developed budgets and managed costs for operations and special projects

• Received a cash award for superior support to a US Presidential visit.

Regional Facility Manager 1995-1999

US Embassy Conakry, Guinea

• Established an effective “24-7” power generation program at over forty sites. In addition to providing electricity at over one hundred and fifty buildings, the program provided all other building and engineering services to include air conditioning, renovations, painting, plumbing, roofing, landscaping, food service, and landscaping; Renovated housing units between occupants to insure tenants moved into suitable and safe housing

• Replaced and overhauled generators and electrical systems in residences and office buildings to support electrical loads and deal with obsolescence of equipment, using engineering plans to meet the US National Electric Code; Developed safety, fire safety, and energy management programs

• Honor sward for courageous support to US Diplomatic community in coup

• Sustained superior performance award in 1999 for preventing a $500,000 fraud on a warehouse construction contract. Renovated hundreds of housing units in preparation for new occupants

• Trained and supervised fifty unskilled personnel in trades; Developed technical contracts, scheduled maintenance, and performed inspections using standards established by the National electric Code, the National Fire Protection codes, and the American society of mechanical engineers

• Installed 12 new generators for continuous 24 hour power use

• Supervised electrical transformer installation and upgrades in an eight story occupied office building

• Developed energy conservation program saving over 1 million dollars

• Completed electrical, mechanical projects totaling $4,000,000, serving as program, project, and construction manager by developing plans and specifications that meet US engineering standards, awarding contracts, and inspecting them for compliance; Developed budgets and managed costs

Facility Manager

1993-1995

US Embassy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

• Planned and executed $2,000,000 construction program for new buildings from inception to completion

• Replaced one mile of underground electrical cables; Managed tradesmen and contractors for a one hundred acre housing and work compound owned by the US Government

• Directed multiple new building and repair projects to build out and repair one square mile USG housing and office compound; Pioneered a facility maintenance program that incorporated scheduled maintenance into the daily work assignments of the tradesman to assure greater reliability, safety, and economy; Established a CMMS program at Post and directed its implementation to include scheduling of work and inspection to assure it met workmanlike standards and codes; Eliminated countless electrical and fire safety hazards, reducing injuries and fires to near zero; Developed budgets to senior Government officials and managed costs for compliance

Program Manager for Overseas Buildings Operations, Director Worldwide (GS-13) 1990-1993

US Department of State, Washington, DC

• Directed 6 Engineers working on ten simultaneous asbestos projects on four continents, eliminating dozens of OSHA hazards in residences and offices scattered throughout the world. Developed budgets and technical contractual documents to meet engineering standards

• Developed an innovative, customer focused 14 million dollar program for all 200 US Embassies sites overseas

• Developed specifications, strategy, awarded contracts, and inspected work as a project manager

Building Manager (GS-7 to GS-13) 1974-1986

US Department of State, Washington, DC

•Managed all headquarters operations for the State Department in Washington, DC. over two million square feet with ten thousand occupants; Developed budgets, scheduled preventative maintenance, repairs, and developed supplementary contract specifications to effectively operate, repair, and maintain the grounds and facilities

• Developed renovation plan and electrical upgrade program for the Blair House and worked on the renovation of a100 acre surplus US Army base, transforming it into a modern training campus for US Diplomats

• Directed 10 person professional staff, including professional engineers, and 50 tradesmen

• Developed and administered the first commercial facility maintenance contract for all support services that was awarded to Ogden Allied, a fortune 500 company; Served as the COTR, managing and inspecting the contractors’ work to assure compliance with the specifications as part of a total facility management contract

• Completed a formal two years Buildings Management Intern Program with GSA focusing on all aspects of commercial real property operations

Intelligence Officer 1968- 1970

US Navy

• Served with distinction with the US Naval Security Group in classified operations during Vietnam war, receiving a Naval unit commendation from the Chief of Naval Operations and received ‘deep selection’ for 0-3, Lieutenant

Education University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana, BA, English/Business 1968

Languages SPOKEN WRITTEN UNDERSTOOD

Russian/French Fair Fair Good

References Ambassador John Limbert 703-***-****, ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com

Meg Gilroy Deputy Mission Chief 703-***-**** ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com

Leo Voytko Management Officer 202-***-****, ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com

Ashiq Yusuf Ph.D National Airport 301-***-**** ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com

Courtney Dillard, National Airport 202-***-**** ac6pb5@r.postjobfree.com



Contact this candidate