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Construction, Supervision, Journeyman/Tradesman, Inspection, Safety

Location:
Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80908, United States
Salary:
65000
Posted:
November 05, 2018

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BRIAN HARKRIDER

**** ****** *** ** * Colorado Springs, CO * Phone: 719-***-****

OBJECTIVE

To obtain employment, in the field of Safety, through the utilization of the skills and training I have acquired in my 27 years of working experience.

EDUCATION

1986 – 1990 Southeastern Oklahoma State University Durant, OK

BA; Criminal Justice

Graduated with 3.2 GPA

EXPERIENCE

10/16 – Present Ironworkers Local 263/24 Arlington, TX/Denver, CO

Working for various union employers as a structural Ironworker, and as a Forman/Lead-man. Working w/ cranes & other heavy equipment. Erection of steel structures. Fabricating steel. Performing site cleanup at end of shift. Operation of heavy equipment, including Sky Trak. Wearing personal safety equipment such as glasses, steel toed boots, and hardhat. Strictly following safety rules and regulations as per OSHA standards.

09/14 – 10/16 Halliburton Energy Services Alvarado, TX

Operator Assistant II in acid / fracturing oil field services. Responsible for monitoring and maintaining high pressure pumps used in oil / gas well fracturing. Also responsible for rig-up and rig-down on site. Maintaining a CDL with tanker and hazmat endorsements to drive equipment as needed. Loaded and unloaded iron, equipment and supplies. Transported supplies, assuring safety and security of load and hazardous materials to D.O.T. specifications and regulations. Safety is a top priority in oil fields.

06/14 – 08/14 Apex Onshore / Cimarex Energy Carlsbad, NM

Pipeline construction inspection consisting of visually inspecting welds, excavations, and coatings. Adhered to 1104 pipeline construction code. Documenting work performed by generating reports on a daily basis. Completed OSHA Competent Person training for excavations.

12/06 – 06/14 DynCorp Intl. Iraq-Sudan-Afghanistan

10/10-06/14 Facilities Manager, Embassy Air / DynCorp, Iraq.

Responsible for scheduling of activities, directing, and oversight of Operations and Maintenance sub-contractor. Initiating work orders, tracking the progress, performing quality checks of work performed, scheduling preventative maintenance, and overseeing small construction activities. Supervision of Billeting activities for the LSA, and of four ex-pat Facilities technicians. Reports directly to Ground Site Manager. Held MRPT clearance. Have supervised and assisted in movement of materials in airfield environment, including aircraft parking areas and loading and unloading zones.

11/09-10/10 Quality Control Systems Inspector / Construction Superintendent

WPPS-MOB Construction, Baghdad, Iraq, BIAP

Responsible for the oversight of construction, processes, inspection, quality assurance, facilitation, reporting on progress, coordinating with sub-contractor pertaining to activities of the construction of the Main Operating Base of DynCorp Air-wing.

12/06 to 6/07 Construction Foreman

Provided oversight of construction processes of LSA’s for CIV-POL program, Iraq. Performed daily inspections of work completed. Assisted sub-contractor with coordination of deliveries of supplies and materials. Submitted daily reports on the progress of projects. Responsible for QA/QC. Assuring work is completed within the specifications of SOW and contract requirements.

9/08-11/09 Quality Control Systems Inspector / Construction Superintendent MATOC-

USACE Program Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Provided oversight, ensuring product met specifications and requirements. Provided guidance to sub-contractors on how to meet requirements. Responsible for inspection of welding, stud and track installation, k-span installation, items pertaining to structure construction. Directed sub-contractor activities, and assisted in work scheduling.

2/08-8/08 Operations Manager SST-I South Sudan

Managed the operations and maintenance of headquarters of SPLA, Sudan People’s Liberation Army. Responsible for providing leadership in the implementation of the O&M program for the headquarters. Provided oversight, and ensured all maintenance issues were resolved. O&M staff. Responsible for the ordering of needed supplies and bench stock materials.

6/07- 12/07 O&M Superintendent

Provided oversight, and management to sub-contractor performing O&M responsibilities on LSA’s, for the CIV-POL program, Iraq. Ensured all needed maintenance functions were carried out, and completed. Responsible for maintaining, and re-ordering of bench stock supplies. Submitted daily, weekly, and monthly reports on the operation of the LSA.

12/04 – 10/06 KBR Services; Logcap III Iraq

Labor General Foreman

Overseeing over 300 employees. Overseeing custodial services. Container management. Requisitioning of materials and supplies. General labor tasks.

Sending daily, weekly, and monthly reports. Organizing labor force for daily tasks.

Completed KBR Supervision Training Course. Completed KBR Quality Training Course.

1996 – 2004 Ironworkers Local 263 Arlington, TX

Worked for various union employers as an Ironworker, and as a Forman. Working w/ cranes & other heavy equipment. Erection of steel structures. Fabricating steel. Performing site cleanup at end of shift. Operation of heavy equipment, including Sky Trak. Wearing personal safety equipment such as glasses, steel toed boots, and hardhat. Strictly following safety rules and regulations as per OSHA standards.

1990 – 1995 Various Contractors, Locations (as listed below)

Overlapping employment of turn around, shut down maintenance, and pipelining. Laborer in pipe gang for Murphy Brothers Pipeline Co. in Liberty, KS. Welder’s helper for HC Price in Yankton, SD. Boiler Maker for Altair Strickland in League City, TX. Framing and carpentry work for various contractors in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. Heavy Equipment Operator for Southeast Pipeline.

CERTIFICATIONS

Certified with the American Welding Society in 4G stick welding (unlimited thickness).

Certified Sky Trak-forklift operator.

Certified boom and scissor lift operator in the following models:

JLG 2646

JLG 1932 33AIS

JLG 40H

JLG 600S

JLG 600A

Completed 2 years of Union Ironworker Apprenticeship School to become a Journeyman Ironworker.

Completed OSHA 500 training course.

Completed OSHA 3015 training course.

OSHA 10

OSHA 30

Completed OSHA Subpart R Training Program.

Completed KBR Supervision Training Course.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

Knowledge & Skills

Good communication skills and the ability to work well with others

Prior supervisory experience

Able to fluently read, write, speak and understand English

Ability to work under stressful situations and tight time constraints

Ability to be aware of and observe safety procedures at all times

Ability to obtain and maintain a Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) through the Department of State background investigations.

REFERENCES

Todd Brattmiller, Deputy Program Manager at DynCorp International

312-***-****

George Kelly, Ground Site Manager at DynCorp International, BDSC Iraq

Chris Cole, Service Specialist Frac Operations at Halliburton (immediate supervisor)

817-***-**** (work) 817-***-**** (home)



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