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San Antonio, Texas, United States
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August 31, 2018

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Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

**** ********* **. ****. 915-***-****

San Antonio TX. 78218 e-mail:

ac6vz9@r.postjobfree.com

A self-motivated and assertive bilingual individual, with proven civil engineering with extensive knowledge in OSHA regulations as well organizational, motivational, and leadership skills. With more than Thirty years’ experience in supervision, and construction coordination of residential, commercial, and educational buildings, as well as production equipment installation. Successful in obtaining cost estimation, OSHA regulations, sales representation, people coordination and supervision. Have substantial experience in bid evaluation and project management. Ability to perform at high standards to obtain optimal results at all levels. I can establish and maintain good working relationship with managers, supervisors, fellow employees and the public. I am capable of learning new systems and programs with minimum or no supervision. Goal oriented and motivated by new challenges. Willing to travel. References furnished upon request. Education

1981 U.A.CH Chihuahua Chih. Mex.

*Civil Engineering Degree*

2002 UTEP El Paso TX.

*Courses on Structural Design*

1993 EPCC

*Courses on Intermediate Auto CAD & Construction Cost Estimating* Certifications

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Construction Quality Management for Contractors Certification. Qualified Inspector for SWPPP

OSHA Course 510

31 Hrs.

Underground Facility Damage Prevention Course Certificate PW-PRODI

CPR Certified

Computer Proficient: Experienced in Excel, Power Point, and Microsoft Word Knowledge in AutoCAD, Sure Track (Primavera), Prolog, and QCS/RMS Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

Fluent English & Spanish

Professional Experience:

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) Alternate. NAE Contracting General Contractors

May 2017- Present. Bldgs.12 and 64 Building Roof Repair/Replace. Randolph Air Force Base, TX.

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) A 2.5 Million contract consisting in the demo repair and installation of new metal panel roofs for Hangars No. 12 and 64 in RAFB San Antonio TX.

Primary Functions: Implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; Responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Supervise and coordinate all inspections and testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on the job site. Develop and submit project requests for information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstance. Maintain associated RFI log in accordance with the approved Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Plan. Maintain RFI log. to accompany as built drawings. Track Subcontractors & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Conduct project Preparatory and Initial Meetings, attend and conduct Safety Tool Box Meetings. Conduct and maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Corps of Engineer (COE). Conduct CQC inspections as required. Process submittals. Assist the Project manager with the submission of Certified Pay Roll, and Pay Applications, closeout documentation including finalized drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, certificates and warranties. Quality Control Manager (CQCM)

Cortland Partners

March. 2016 – May 2017 Cortland Partners Properties in Florida, North Carolina, Colorado, Ohio, and Texas.

Primary functions and Responsibilities: Inspect all aspects of construction including new construction, building, roads, facilities, repairs, remodel and maintenance, for complex units, clubhouses, swimming pools and other facilities. Work with the inspectors to resolve, implement and execute plans. Prepare as build drawings, red line drawings. Prepare Daily Reports and Progress Reports. Track Subcontractors & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Conduct project Safety Tool Box Meetings, CQC and progress meetings. Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) TIGUA Inc.

Feb. 2015 – Sept. 2016. Bldg. 7246 Renovations Band of the West. Lackland, Airforce Base. San Antonio TX.

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) Project consist on the renovation of two story bldg. for the USAF Band of the West, to create a recording studio and offices with all the services and storage rooms. The design building included:

• Demolition of interior partitions, mechanical systems, electrical systems and plumbing fixtures.

• Replacement of the existing air handling units.

• Interior electrical upgrade.

• Removal of interior finishes.

• Construction of new interior partitions.

• Addition of an elevator.

• Installation of new finishes and fixtures.

• Removal of canopy structures and bleachers at the retreat pad.

• Restriping of the retreat pad as a parking lot.

• Removal of existing underfloor insulation.

• Structural Repairs.

• Removal of asbestos and lead base paint and flooring.

• Repair and/or reinforcement, ventilation, and installation of the under-floor structure.

• HVAC Modifications.

Primary Functions: Implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; Responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on the job site. Develop and submit project requests for information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstance. Maintain associated RFI log in accordance with the approved Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Plan. Maintain RFI log. to accompany as built drawings. Track HWH 1887 and subcontractor & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Attend project safety, CQC and progress meetings. Maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Corps of Engineer

(COE). Conduct CQC inspections as required. Process submittals. Assist the Project manager with the submission of Certified Pay Roll, and Pay Applications, closeout documentation including finalized drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, certificates and warranties. Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) NAVAR Inc.

Sept. 15, 2014 to Feb. 2015 NICoE (National Intrepid Center of Excellence Clinic) FT. Hood, TX.

The project is a 25,000 square-foot, $11 million building that include an intake/clinic area, Physical therapy, offices and parking lot & green areas.

• Demolition and removal of 4 existing buildings and parking lot.

• Construct and connect a new storm drain system.

• Install and connect new water line system.

• Install and connect new electrical lines and transformer.

• Install and connect a new gas line in to the new building.

• Construction of a 10,000-sq. ft. parking lot.

• Construction of new landscaping areas.

Primary Functions: Implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; Responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on the job site. Develop and submit project requests for information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstance. Maintain associated RFI log in accordance with the approved Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Plan. Maintain RFI log. to accompany as built drawings. Track HWH 1887 and subcontractor & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Attend project safety, CQC and progress meetings. Maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Corps of Engineer

(COE). Conduct CQC inspections as required. Process submittals. Assist the Project manager with the submission of Certified Pay Roll, and Pay Applications, closeout documentation including finalized drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, certificates and warranties. Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)/ Site Safety & Health Officer (SSHO) The Ross Group Construction Corporation

Nov. 3, 2013 to Sept. 15, 2014 Multiple Building Renovations, Ft. Bliss TX Successful Completion of Project Include: renovation of two four story dorm buildings with 56 rooms each. Two Historical Warehouses and one Education Building. Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

• Demolition of interior partitions, mechanical systems, electrical systems, and plumbing fixtures.

• Installation of new mini splits air handling units.

• Interior electrical upgrade.

• Construction of new interior partitions.

• Installation of new finishes and fixtures.

• Removal of existing flooring and asbestos abatement.

• Removal of asbestos and lead-based paint

• Installation of two new top of roof HVAC units on dorm buildings.

• New flooring installation.

• Construction of a new loading dock between storage buildings.

• Construction of a new parking lot.

• Repair and reinforce concrete and structure of historical buildings.

• Renovate Fire Protection System on all the buildings.

• Install new Fire Alarm and Mass Notification System. All Bldgs.

• Install and Upgrade Transformers.

Duties: Responsible of maintaining highest quality standards during the entire construction process, include the prepare, review and submit project submittals, prepare and conduct preparatory meetings, as well as follow reunions with all subcontractors, day to day construction activities inspections to ensure that those activities have performed by the subcontractors in accordance with contract documents and drawings, generate daily reports at the Government’s Contractor Quality Control System (QCS), conduct and maintain, three phase inspections

(Preparatory, Initial and Follow Up), and all test report log, prepare (in conjunction with project superintendent) and submit Request for Information (RFI) . As a SSHO duties include; responsible of the overall project safety to established safety methods to decrease the job site hazards that can result on an injury or illness; implement the Accident Prevention Plan; prepare and conduct the Tailgate/Tool Box Safety Training weekly meetings. Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)

TEPA EC LLC

Feb. 4, 2013 to Nov 1st. 2014 Georgia Army National Guard Readiness Center Addition/Renovation

Bldg. 555.

Roof Repair Bldg. 838

Dobbins Air Force Base Atlanta GA.

The New Atlanta Regional Readiness Center is a two-story, 62,300 sq.-ft. structure constructed on a 116-acre that has capacity for 185 personnel along with sizeable amount of equipment and Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

material needed for the Georgia Guard’s training functions. Headquarters building comply with the anti-terrorism construction standards. The building includes blast resistant windows and doors and a building envelope encapsulation in the event or a chemical or biological attack. The building meets the requirements of LEED Silver Certification.

• Demolition of interior partitions, mechanical systems, electrical systems and plumbing fixtures.

• Construction of two story structural steel bldg.

• New Electrical System

• HVAC

• Fire Suppression System.

• Fire Alarm.

• Data/Voice

• Plumbing.

• Construction of Structural Steel Tower Dryer for parachutes.

• Addition of one elevator

• Concrete Sidewalks.

• New Parking Lot.

• New Landscape

• Replace Top Roof TPO Bldg. 838

Duties: Responsible of the project’s quality Control plan, also in charge of the receipt, review and distribution of contract documents, including but not limited to the following: Submittals, daily construction reports, request for information, administration of Prolog, generate daily reports and update; conduct Preparatory, initial and Follow up QC inspections according to approved plans and specs. Respond to projects delays, bad weather, or emergency as follow up and prepare reports for the owner’s review. Attend project safety, CQC, and progress meetings; maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Georgia Army National Guard Project officers and POND QCA. Responsible on the preparation, sign, and submit the Quality Control Daily Reports as directed by the Government. Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on job site, communicate daily with clients and subcontractors. Assist the Project manager with project closeout documentation including finalized drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, certificates and warranties. Senior Quality Control Manager (SCQCM)

TEPA EC LLC/ KOMADA LLC

Jun. 6, 2012 to Feb. 4, 2013

Projects: McGregor N.M. Heavy Sniper Range, Range 32 Meyer Range Complex

• Construction of a 200 acre, 7 objective Live Fire Complex for individual and team training w/moving and stationary targets and various support structures. Jesus A. Terrazas B.

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Urban Assault Range, Range 35 Meyer Range Complex

• Construction of a 2.5 acre, five stations non-live fire complex for individual and team training in various aspects of urban combat.

Infantry Squad Defense Range, Range 26 Meyer Range Complex

• Construction of 56-acre, 5 objectives, live fire complex for individual and team training in stationary and moving targets.

• Range Control Tower

McGregor N.M.

Duties: Coordinate and monitor the activities of Quality Control staff, including Quality Control specialists and the testing lab representatives, assure that all parties working on the projects are in full compliance with the Quality Control Plan. Review, submit and maintain the files for all submittals, maintain, on daily basis with the aid of the superintendent, As-Built drawings for all phases of work. Responsible on the preparation, sign, and submit the Quality Control Daily Reports as directed by the Government. Assure that all work performed by General Contractor and its subcontractors are in accordance with the Contract Documents. Direct the correction or replacement of any work not in conformance with the specifications and Contract Documents. Oversee the performance all test required by the project specifications, perform inspections in accordance with project specifications; check all material and equipment before installation in project. Ensure the project is built in complete accordance with the contract documents. Have direct authority over the work performed by subcontractors regarding quality of work. This directive includes but is not limited to the authority to stop work. Jun. 2011 to Jun. 6 2012 OMA Flagship Project

Ft. Bliss TX.

QC Manager KIC Development

OMA Flagship Project

Successful Completion of Project Include: Non-Historic Project (8 Building), Historic Project (3 Building), Solar Day lighting Phase II.

•Demolition of interior partitions, mechanical systems, electrical systems, and plumbing Fixtures.

•Replacement of the existing air handling units.

•Interior electrical upgrade.

•Construction of new interior partitions.

•Install new Fire Suppression System.

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Civil Engineer

•Install new Fire Alarm, Data/ Voice.

•Install and connect New Solar Panel System Units. Solar Day lighting Phase II Primary Functions: Implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; Responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on the job site. Develop and submit project requests for information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstance. Maintain associated RFI log in accordance with the approved Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Plan. Maintain RFI log to accompany as built drawings. Track KICD and subcontractor & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Attend project safety, CQC and progress meetings. Maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Corps of Engineer

(COE). Conduct CQC inspections as required. Assist with the generation of project material and process submittals. Assist the Project manager with project closeout documentation including finalized drawings, operation and maintenance manuals, certificates and warranties. May 2010 to Feb. 2011 BCT-3 Landscape & Urban Design Ft. Bliss TX.

Q.C. Manager Hal-Hays Construction Inc.

The Brigade Combat Team Physical Training Area Streetscapes Program at Fort Bliss, Texas for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, included 4 projects comprising 57 acres for outdoor training areas and recreation. These projects supported the overall $4.1 B Fort Bliss Expansion Program encompassing 3,100 acres and facilities for 30,000 soldiers. Key work Features:

•Contaminated Soil Removal, Full Scale Site Work, and Earthwork

•Underground Electrical Distribution System & Exterior Lighting

•Sidewalks, Curbs, Hardstand, Retaining Walls, Masonry

•Canopy Units, Pavilions, Shelters

•Hike, Bike, and Physical Training Trails

•Parade Fields, Basketball Courts, Picnic Tables, and Grills

•Hundreds of Trees, Shrubs, Ground Cover, and Irrigation Systems

•Paving

Responsibilities: Landscape, storm water System, lighting, hardscape and irrigation; Implement project Quality Control. Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers Jesus A. Terrazas B.

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and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Supervise all tests on the job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on job site. Develop and submit project Request for Information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstances. Maintain associated RFI Log in accordance with the approved Contractor Quality Control Plan (CQC Plan). Maintain general RFI Log to accompany as-built drawings. Coordinate with the Project Manager in relation to all document control issues and requirements. Track Hal-Hays and subcontractor & team member’s manpower and equipment hours and materials placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Attend project safety, CQC and progress meetings. Maintain minutes for coordination meetings held with the Corp of Engineer. Conduct CQC meetings and perform CQC inspections as required. Assist with the generation of project material and process submittals. Assist the Project Manager with project close out documentation including finalized record drawings, Operation and Maintenance Manuals

(O&M’s), certificates and Warranties.

Feb.2009 to May 2010 Unit Operations Facility Battalion HQ’s (UOF) Quality Control Manager Ramtech Building Systems

The Project consisted of a permanent modular building developed and build by design-build construction; the two-story 15,207 square foot Unit Operations Facility (UOF) Battalion Headquarters building comply with the anti-terrorism construction standards. The building includes blast resistant windows and doors and a building envelope encapsulation in the event of a chemical or biological attack. The building meets the requirements of LEED Silver Certification.

Duties: Responsible for implement project Quality Control Plan and all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors to comply with plans and specifications of the contract; maintain Daily Reports, review, submit and maintain the files for all submittals on QCS, Supervise and direct personnel involved in Quality Control work, conduct and coordinate preparatory meeting, conduct follow inspections, Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on job site, communicate daily with clients and subcontractors.

Sept. 2008 to Feb. 2009 BCT-1 Org Parking Lots 1-6 BCT-2 POV 1-25

BCT-2 OV 1-6 Fort Bliss TX

Quality Control Manager Mapco Inc. General Contractors The Brigade Combat Parking Lots at Fort Bliss, Texas for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, included site work, utilities, grading, storm water pollution prevention plan, retaining walls, fencing, erosion control, site surveying dirt work, concrete paving, gravel xeriscaping, pipe Jesus A. Terrazas B.

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bollards, storm sewer system, parking lot marking, striping and signage, all trenching, conduit, wire and concrete encasement of conduits for parking lot lighting system, and concrete curb and gutter. Project Size Approx. 3. 7 million sq. ft.

Responsibilities: Implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, supervise craft employees and subcontractors as required; responsible that all technical aspects of the construction, suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract. Review, submit and maintain the files for all submittals on QCS. Supervise all testing on job site, review all test reports, identify and track all deficiencies on job site. Develop and submit project request for information (RFI’s) as required by project circumstances. Track CF Jordan subcontractor & team member manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Attend project Safety, CQC and Progress Meetings. Maintain minutes for coordination meetings with Corps of Engineer, Perform QC inspections and follow-ups.

March 2006 to Jun. 2008 Construction of the New American Consulate at Cd. Juarez, Mexico

Quality Control Engineer/Safety Manager CADDELL/BANES General Contractors

Joint Venture Design-Build project with Caddell Construction Company and Banes General Contractors for the US State Department. Secure compound on 25-acre site, all heavy reinforced concrete structures with stone cladding, multiple buildings including 250,000 SF, three story office building, central plant, Gas Station I warehouse, auxiliary buildings, extensive underground structures, communications, security, site work and landscaping. LEED Silver Certified project. The consulate complex in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, is a job valued in $77 million.

Responsibilities: Supervise Project Safety and implement Project Quality Control Plan. As a SSHO duties include; responsible of the overall project safety to established safety methods to decrease the job site hazards that can result on an injury or illness; implement the Accident Prevention Plan; prepare and conduct the Tailgate/Tool Box Safety Training weekly meetings; prepare AHA’s for each feature of work; conduct Safety Indoctrination to new employees, conduct safety inspections to personnel and equipment, organized, supervised and coordinate a safety team for each subcontractor. As QC duties include implement project Quality Control Plan & coordinate on site functions, communicate daily with owner and coordinate subcontractors and owner meetings, insure that suppliers and subcontractors comply with the specifications of the contract, track all subcontractor and team player manpower and equipment hours and material quantities placed each day, and maintain respective daily logs. Jesus A. Terrazas B.

Civil Engineer

March 2005 to March 2006 Canutillo High School, Canutillo TX Field Superintendent Banes General Contractors

A 250,000 SF Design-Build high school for Canutillo ISO on a 50-acre site. The campus was designed to accommodate 2,200 students. The state-of-the-art high school consists of three two story classroom wings, administrative offices and support areas, multi-level food court and dining facilities, a 1200 seat Football Stadium, 1 auditorium, 90 classrooms, 10 science labs, 10 media centers/computer labs, multi-level library, fine art studios, band, orchestra and choir suites and multi-activity rooms. This sustainable design facility is the largest completely geothermal facility in the nation.

Responsibilities: Coordinate and supervise subcontractors and company staff. Supervise all testing on job site, maintain As Build Drawings, maintain Daily Reports of all activities on job site, communicate daily with owner and coordinate subcontractors and owner’s meetings. Assist with the generation of project material and process submittals. Assist the Project manager with project close out documentation, including finalized record drawings. Other Jobs include:

Dec. 1998 to May 2003

Foreman/Surveyor with Camino Contracting, Projects include PX Parking Lot, Ft. Bliss TX, Hobby Lobby Parking Lot in Zaragoza, El Paso TX.

Nov. 1989 to Aug. 1998

Supervisor with ARGOS Group, Projects Include New Coca-Cola Plant &Water Treatment Plant for Coca-Cola Company in Cd. Juarez Mexico.

1982 to 1989 Worked as Estimator and Construction Supervisor for the Federal Committee Administrator of Construction of Schools (CAPFCE) in the State of Chihuahua Mexico. References upon request



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