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Manager Construction

Location:
Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, 18466, United States
Posted:
October 04, 2016

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FREDDIE McCLANE

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

FALLSTON, MD 21047

PHONE: 410-***-****

MOBILE: 443-***-****

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

Mr. McClane has more than 44 years of international and domestic experience managing construction and construction QC on military facilities, embassies, annex and diplomatic support facilities; and commercial, residential and industrial buildings. He has extensive experience implementing the USACE CQC procedures in the Middle East and has managed and performed QC services on projects in Africa and Asia and CIS. He has developed expertise in all construction disciplines.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ECC, Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania (01/2016 – Present) QC/Construction Manager

Transpired Solar Wall Installation - Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, $5,000,000.00, as QC/Site Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of an USACE Environmental project, consisting of the construction of Solar Wall Collectors on seven buildings on a US Army Base. In my QC Manager Role, I am responsible for preparing and maintaining submittals and other project documentation, and ensuring that the project plans and specifications are strictly adhered to. I am also responsible for coordinating bi-weekly Progress/QC Meetings with the USACE and Base Personnel. In my Construction Manager role, I am responsible for the day-to-day project operations. This includes coordination with subcontractors, advising our client as to our daily progress, coordination with numerous other controlling entities who occupy areas in several of the buildings and keeping their management advised of our activities in their respective areas.

ECC, San Antonio, Texas (01/2015 – 01/2016) QC Manager

Repair Maintenance Access Apron - Laughlin AFB TX, $9,107,770.00, as QC Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of an AFCESA project, consisting of the demolition and re-construction of an aircraft maintenance apron. Preparing and maintaining submittals and other project documentation. Coordinates with Project Manager, Construction Manager and subcontractor on all quality issues. Coordinates Weekly QC meetings with AFCESA, participates in daily and weekly project coordination meetings, and ensures that all QC documentation is maintained and complies with the contract requirements.

ECCI, Djibouti (09/2013 – 12/2014) QC Manager.

ECCI, NAVFAC Projects, $31 Million, Camp Lemmonier, Djibouti as QC Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of a NAVFAC project, consisting of both vertical construction and infrastructure. Preparing and maintaining submittals and other project documentation. Coordinates with Senior Project Manager, and other ECC Team members and subcontractor on all quality issues. Coordinates Weekly QC meetings with NAVFAC, participates in daily Plan of the Day (POD) and weekly project coordination meetings, and ensures that all QC documentation is maintained and complies with the contract requirements.

ECCI, Kyrgyzstan (01/2012 – 09/2013) QC Manager.

OBO, Bishkek Embassy Project, $114 Million, Kyrgyzstan as QC Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of a D-B project, consisting of both vertical construction and infrastructure. Maintaining submittals and other project documentation on ProjNET. Coordinates with Senior Project Managers, and subcontractors on all quality issues. Coordinates and chairs weekly QC meetings with OBO, participates in daily Plan of the Day (POD) and weekly project coordination meetings, and ensures that all QC documentation is maintained and complies with the contract requirements.

ECCI, Afghanistan (08/2007 – 12/2011) ESQ Manager.

OBO, Kabul Embassy Project, $239 Million, Afghanistan (11/2009-12/2011). As ESQ (Environmental, Safety, & Quality) Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of a D-B project at 3 site locations, consisting of both vertical construction and infrastructure. Maintaining submittals and other project documentation on ProjNET. Coordinates with Senior Project Managers, JV partners, and subcontractors on all quality issues. Coordinates and chairs weekly QC meetings, participates in weekly project coordination meetings, and ensures that all QC documentation is maintained and complies with the contract requirements.

USACE MATOC, Log Depot Projects, Kabul, Afghanistan (08/2007-11/2009). As ESQ (Environmental, Safety, & Quality) Manager, managing the daily QC oversight of 28 D-B projects at 20 locations, consisting of both vertical construction and infrastructure. Establishing and maintaining the QCS/RMS systems for the program and developing and monitoring implementation of QC plans. Coordinates with the Senior Project Managers on all quality issues, coordinates and chairs weekly QC meetings with the USACE and subcontractors, and ensures all QC documentation is maintained and complies with the contract.

Morganti Group International, Public/Private UAE Partnership, UAE University (UAEU) Campus Construction, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE, $417 million, (08/2006-08/2007). As Senior Construction Manager, managed both vertical construction and infrastructure on 52 major buildings, 26 of which were multistory. Included were laboratories, a state-of-the-art IT College, dormitories, training facilities and sports facilities. Managed a staff of eight engineers and the HSE manager. Tracked submittals and shop drawings, conducted construction progress meetings, prepared reports for the client and UAEU, coordinated construction activities with UAEU, client, city municipal departments, A-E firms, and other contractors directly contracted with the University and other entities.

Morganti Group International, USACE/USAF, Millennium Village (Al Udeid Air Base), Doha, Qatar, $117+ million (04/2004 -08/2006). As QC System Manager, I managed 14 QC inspectors to prepare and conduct preparatory and initial inspection meetings. Reviewed and prepared submittals for all equipment, materials, and shop drawings. Maintained up-to-date files of redline, shop, and final as-built drawings, O&M manuals, and other required documentation for at completion. The project was both vertical and horizontal construction. The horizontal portion consisted of a parking apron for USAF cargo aircraft and taxiways leading to the apron. Acted as liaison with USACE QA staff. Project received USAF Construction Excellence Award and USACE “5 million+ labor hours with No LTA” Safety Award.

Fayed Main Air Base and Bassateen, Cairo, Egypt (08/2001-03/2004). As Quality Control System Manager, managed up to 22 QC inspectors and engineers on $170 million construction and renovation project including concrete aircraft shelters; a maintenance hangar to service eight aircraft simultaneously; housing for 2,000 troops, officers, and families; and the supporting infrastructure. Of 70 buildings, 21 were two-story. Constructed a runway capable of supporting C-141 Military aircraft, taxiways from each shelter, and parking aprons for both fixed wing and rotary aircraft. Air Traffic Control Tower, infrastructure, and security elements to facilitate a fully functioning airbase. Scheduled preparatory and initial inspection, conducted weekly QC staff meetings, liaison with USACE QA staff, and implemented USACE and client-established policies and procedures.

Greenway-WASHMAC, Springfield, Virginia (08/1998-01/2001). Construction Manager, Various job sites in Nigeria, Cameroon, Mauritius, Pakistan, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Paraguay. Installed the first wind turbine system for FBO/State Department (in Mauritius). Procured locally purchased materials needed for our scope of work. Liaison between WASHMAC and Embassy/DOS personnel. Prepared weekly reports, SureTrak updates, time sheets, end of project reports, and other related documents and transmitted all such reports to WASHMAC office. Coordinated travel arrangements for all team members and arranged "meet and greets" at the airport for all incoming personnel.

GTE, New Delhi, India (04/1998-08/1998). Quality Control Engineer for communications upgrade at The American Embassy. Installation of fiber optic lines, 3,000+ new phone lines & phones (included above ground & underground installations). Installation of new switch gear and related equipment.

Integrated Design & Construction, Silver Spring, Maryland (10/1997-04/1998). Construction Manager for addition to and renovation of American Embassy in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Supervised daily operations of a combined Bosnian and cleared American workforce of 50-60 personnel. Preparation of schedule updates, tracking and receiving of secured and unsecured containers, weekly coordination of meetings with FBO and site security manager, weekly coordination meetings with cleared American and local crafts, local and cleared American payroll, and life support for cleared Americans. Negotiated contracts with local Bosnian subcontractors and coordinating IDC’s construction efforts with those of the subcontractors.

Greenway-WASHMAC, Springfield, Virginia (07/1995-10/1997). Construction Manager for Moscow, Russia, electrical power upgrade in EOB. Liaison between WASHMAC and Embassy/DOS personnel. Structural and architectural renovation of two buildings on the American Embassy Compound in Asmara, Eritrea. Antananarivo, Madagascar, electrical upgrade and PCC installation. Ulanbaatar, Mongolia, electrical upgrade (to include Ambassador's residence), PCC installation, electrical upgrade to post apartments (while occupied). Prepared weekly reports, SureTrak updates, daily and weekly time sheets, end of project reports and transmitted to WASHMAC office all such reports. Set up e-mail, fax Kallback line, and other communication services as necessary to provide adequate communication between WASHMAC office in Washington, D.C. and the Ulanbaatar site. Made travel arrangements for all team members and arranged "meets & greets" at the airport for all incoming personnel.

BHIC, (formerly Harbert International Inc.) Birmingham, Alabama & State Department/FBO Tbilisi, Georgia/Yerevan, Armenia (11/1993-07/1995). As Construction Manager, I provided oversight of structural and security upgrades and additions to operating American Embassies in Tbilisi, Georgia and Yerevan, Armenia. Liaison between State Department/Embassy personnel and BHIC. Supervised American workers assigned to the project. Provided supervision and direction to local subcontractor staff. Prepared weekly reports and scheduled updates and provided copies to both BHIC and Embassy personnel. Conducted weekly progress and safety/coordination meetings. Set up communications with BHIC Headquarters and other BHIC sites. Ensured that the services of subcontractors and major construction equipment required by the project were available at the proper time to ensure maximum efficiency and productivity. My responsibilities also included the supervision and oversight of our project in Yerevan Armenia. In addition to the American Embassy, we had other projects in the area, one of which was the removal and replacement of a runway and taxiway at the Zvartnots International Airport in Yerevan. As Construction Manager for FBO, I was responsible for all construction activities, ensuring that the construction schedule was maintained, and overall supervision of 80-90 Cleared American Workers and 120-130 LN and TCN staff.

Fluor-Daniel, Inc., Charleston, South Carolina (04/1993-11/1993). As Construction Manager I was responsible for the complete renovations on American Embassies in Minsk, Belarus and Kiev, Ukraine. Supervision of 100-150 Local National craftsmen, skilled in all trades, in addition to supervision of cleared American staff.

Morrison Construction Services, Richland, Washington (04/1992-04/1993). As Structural Supervisor, responsible for all painting, plaster and masonry repairs at the American Consulate in Barcelona, Spain (project finished more than 40% under time and was also under budget). Responsible for all masonry, plaster, painting and concrete construction on the renovation and structural upgrade of the American Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel. Responsible for all plaster and masonry work on the re-construction of a three story generator building in Rome, Italy.

Harbert International, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama (10/1990-04/1992). As Supervisor, responsible for all masonry construction and repairs, all plastering and painting on the structural renovation of the American Embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Responsible for all masonry construction (performed by Harbert), and installation of bituthene roofing (trained by manufacturer) on the New American Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa.

McClane Masonry Company, Manassas, Virginia (02/1985-10/1990). As Owner/Operator, designed additions to small commercial buildings, single and multi-family dwellings, and small industrial buildings. Prepared take-off, bids and submittals. Responsible for all hiring, dismissal, purchasing, and indirect supervision of work crews ranging from 6-10 masons, concrete finishers, carpenters and laborers.

Construction projects ranging in size from $300,000-$1,600,000.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Associate Degree, Construction Engineering Technology, Columbia Technical College, 1982

USACE Certification, Quality Management for Contractors, December 2009

30-hour OSHA Safety Certification, 2006

OSHA 500 Trainer, 2008

CLEARANCES: Secret

REFERENCES: Available upon request



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