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CAD Operator

Location:
Dixon, California, 95620, United States
Posted:
October 19, 2016

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Thomas D. Miller

*** ******** *****, *****, ********** 95620

Telephone 707-***-****

Cell Phone 707-***-****

E-Mail: acw49g@r.postjobfree.com

Career Objective: Draftsman / CAD Operator / CAD Technician / CAD Drafter Professional Background

CAD Operator September 4, 2015 to August 31, 2016

The Outfit Inc.

David Grant Medical Center Facility Management

106 Bodin Circle, Bldg. 791, Travis AFB, California 94535-1800

$77,000.00 per year

Duties as Computer Aided Design Operator (Draftsman) Support. Utilizing AutoCAD skills, updates drawings and specifications at David Grant Medical Center and associated facilities. Performs field measurements and gathers engineering data necessary for updating and verifying construction drawings, new work and existing drawings via AutoCAD and developing specifications. Responsible for maintaining record (as-built) drawings of all assigned structures and grounds utilizing AutoCAD programs. Makes all necessary changes to keep drawings current as remodeling, renovations and building additions occur. Provides, based upon submitted Draftsman Request form, hardcopy prints, electronically-formatted drawings and available O&M and technical exhibit manual information. Updates directional maps in templates provided by DGMC Facility Management for patient and staff use and information reception areas. Operates and maintains scanner and printer equipment used to provide hardcopy drawings and prints per request. Maintenance performed will be at the user level only. Provides and updates Base Civil Engineering CAD drawings / prints of the medical center, associated campus and other facilities identified as being part of the O&M contractor. Updates Life Safety compliance program for hospital’s joint commission. CAD Operator

TEAM Integrated Engineering, Inc. September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2015 David Grant Medical Center Facility Management

106 Bodin Circle, Bldg. 791, Travis AFB, California 94535-1800

$77,561.52 per year (Independent Contractor)

CAD Operator September 3, 2013 to August 31, 2014

WESTEAST Design Group, LLC Architects.

David Grant Medical Center Facility Management

106 Bodin Circle, Bldg. 791, Travis AFB, California 94535-1800

$77,000 per year (Independent Contractor)

Draftsman / CAD Operator May 3, 2012 to August 31, 2013 Toland & Mizell Architects, Inc.

David Grant Medical Center Facility Management

106 Bodin Circle, Bldg. 791, Travis AFB, California 94535-1800

$77,000 per year (Independent Contractor)

From May 3, 2012 to August 31, 2015, performed as an Independent Contractor, the duties as Computer Aided Design Operator (Draftsman) Support. Utilized AutoCAD skills, updated drawings and specifications at David Grant Medical Center and associated facilities. Performed field measurements and gathered engineering data 2

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necessary for updating and verifying construction drawings, new work and existing drawings via AutoCAD and developing specifications. Responsible for maintaining record (as-built) drawings of all assigned structures and grounds utilizing AutoCAD programs. Made all necessary changes to keep drawings current as remodeling, renovations and building additions occur. Provided, based upon submitted Draftsman Request form, hardcopy prints, electronically-formatted drawings and available O&M and technical exhibit manual information. Updated directional maps in templates provided by DGMC Facility Management for patient and staff use and information reception areas. Operated and maintained scanner and printer equipment used to provide hardcopy drawings and prints per request. Maintenance performed was at the user level only. Completed updating and maintained the program for the directional kiosks located at the north and south main entrances. Provided and updated Base Civil Engineering CAD drawings / prints of the medical center, associated campus and other facilities identified as being part of the O&M contractor. Provided and updated DMLSS Draw Base personnel with CAD drawing / prints of the medical center, associated campus and other facilities identified as being part of the O&M contractor. Maintained and updated binders and books for library room.

Engineering Technician (Drafting), December 6, 1996 to April 30, 2013 GS-07 (salaried Federal Employee)

Base Civil Engineering Squadron, United States Air Force Operations Flight, Medical Engineering Support Section, David Grant Medical Center Facility Management

106 Bodin Circle, Bldg. 791, Travis AFB, California 94535-1800 Duties as the Draftsman included but are not limited to maintaining, updating, correcting, purging, and archiving real property records in the form of hardcopy and electronic drawings and prints, technical exhibits, operation and maintenance manuals, and plotter/scanner/copier equipment to support a 101-acre medical campus and 2 million sq. ft. of medical facilities, buildings and associated infrastructure. Other duties were to develop plans, diagrams, drawings, submittals and prints in a multitude of engineering fields such as architectural, civil, electrical, structural, and mechanical for the purpose of recording existing conditions and structures and to develop technical drawings of various projects and engineering changes for submittal to Facility Management in support of on-going and anticipated projects. Created and provided maps for signage, directional use, parking plans and landscaping, requiring working knowledge of Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) equipment with AutoCAD Software, PDF and Tiff electronic files and systems. Performed regular surveys of the facilities and grounds to ensure submitted drawings were current and correct and met the existing conditions within the facilities and on the grounds of the campus. Completed a review and inspection for a project to convert 3000 plus hardcopy original drawings and prints of the medical facility to a CADD format.

Engineering Draftsman, April 24, 1995 to December 5, 1996 GS-05 (salaried Federal Employee)

United States Air Force, Base Civil Engineering Squadron, Operations & Maintenance Flight, Maintenance Engineering Section, Medical Center Engineering Branch

Bldg. 785, Travis AFB, California 94535

Duties as the Draftsman include but are not limited to maintaining, updating, correcting, purging and archiving real property records in the form of hardcopy and electronic drawings and prints, technical exhibits, operation and maintenance manuals, and plotter / scanner / copier equipment to support a 101 acre medical campus and 2 million sq. ft. of medical facilities, buildings and associated infrastructure. Prepare Thomas D. Miller

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changes to drawings to create record drawings from marked up field construction drawings, limited field construction sketches, narratives provided by Medical Center Engineering personnel, and by other Base Civil Engineering or contractor personnel. Verify change by field measurement to ensure the accuracy of record. Perform all types of engineering drafting in include architectural and mechanical for all engineering disciplines on an as needed basis. Work requires initiative and resourcefulness in independent planning of the methods by which to portray original designs of complexity and variety. Maintains the Air Force definitive drawing files and utilization layout maps for DGMC. Files and maps consist of approximately 3,000 Mylar sheets valued in excess of $5 million. Use of computer aided drafting (CAD) equipment. Responsible for the preparation and location of record drawings on DGMC and associated sites. Maintains log of all drawings and a retrieval system to support required record drawings. Engineering Draftsman June 10, 1985 to April 21, 1995 GS-04 to GS-05 (salaried Federal Employee)

United States Air Force, Base Civil Engineering Squadron, Engineering Flight, Engineering Technician Section Bldg. 571, Travis AFB, California 94535

As a draftsman for Base Civil Engineering Squadron, prepared finished design and construction drawings of engineering and programmed projects, base maps, record drawings & etc. Prepared complete sets of drawings for various projects. Drawings included architectural, structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, or construction design layouts and details. Drawings were prepared for both preliminary and final contact phases, and projects covered selected aspects of new construction, renovation, alteration, repair or maintenance. Assignments involved a variety of installation buildings and structures, cargo areas, maintenance / industrial shops, recreational sites, runways, streets, and utilities. Drawings included several views (some of which were three-dimensional), and portrayed varying degrees of detail. Prepared drawings and sketches for new buildings, "as-built" drawings, various renovations, additions / modifications, and self- help projects. Updated record drawings and base maps. Performed or participated in related surveys to secure updated information and correct measurements. Calculated square footage, volume & etc. Also prepared drawings and sketches of base recreational areas, illustrating water, trees, fencing, jogging path & etc. Operated computer aided drafting (CAD) equipment (AutoCAD & MicroStation), ozalid and Xerox reproduction machines. Assisted engineers and others are using CAD. Prepared changes to drawings to create a record drawing from marked-up field construction drawings, limited field construction sketches, and narratives provided by Construction Management personnel, and by in-house operations and maintenance personnel. Performed all types of engineering drafting to include architectural and mechanical for all engineering disciplines on an as needed basis. Prepared updated drawings to support the Air Force Comprehensive Plan (Master Plan). Updated all facilities and utilities as required. Responsible for the preparation and location of record drawings on Travis AFB and associated sites. Also used Computer Aided Design (CAD) for plans and details drawing. Types of CAD are AutoCAD, Accugraph (MountainTop) & Intergraph (MicroStation). Surveyor with various surveying duties.

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JOB TRAINING

• Drawbase training course at Newton, MA on September 29, 2000

• 60th Contracting Squadron Phase I Quality Assurance Evaluator Course at Travis AFB, CA on June 24, 1999.

• DMLSS (Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support) training course at Sheppard AFB, TX on August 1, 1997,

• PCI / Micro-Paver training course at Vandenberg AFB, CA on October 20, 1994.

• HQ Air Force Civil Engineering Support Agency Base Comprehensive Planning CADD/GIS training course at Delta Research Corporation, Niceville, FL on April 22, 1994.

• Environmental System Research Institute, Inc. Introducing ArcCAD at Niceville, FL on April 13, 1994.

• Xerox Corp. - International Center for Training and Management Development - training course in 5080 Advance Customer Training at Leesburg, VA on November 1993. JOB AWARDS

• USAF - Award for Notable Achievement September 1, 1987

• USAF - The Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

• USAF - Performance Award 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2008, 2009, 2010

• USAF - Quality Step Increase (Sustained High Quality Performance) September 1, 1993 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1981-1985: Associate of Science Degree and Certificate in Drafting. Solano Community College, Suisun, California, January 1985. Grade point Average: 3.25 (4-point system). Drafting Courses:

Architectural Drafting Civil/Structural Drafting

Descriptive Geometry Industrial Material

Machine Shop Mathematics for Technicians

Physical Geography Science for Technicians

Technical Drafting (including Computer Aided Design) Computer Courses:

Introduction to Data Processing and Computer Programming Other Courses:

Land Survey

1979-1981: Diploma from Dixon High School, Dixon, California. Grade-Point Average: 3.0 (4 point system), Bank of America Achievement Award for Industrial Arts and Trades.



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