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Water Treatment Manager

Location:
Albuquerque, NM
Posted:
October 10, 2019

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GARY J. NEEDHAM

Mobile: 915-***-****

adaj6n@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE:

I am a highly motivated, well organized, team oriented construction superintendent presently seeking a position on a construction management team, where my skills and experience will prove to be a valuable contribution to the team’s success. My experience includes Waste Water Treatment Facilities, a Hotel, Office Buildings, Condominiums, Apartment Complexes, Assisted Living, Military Housing, Schools, and Retail Facilities.

EXPERIENCE:

I have served as a Lead Project Superintendent for 29 years, and an Assistant Project Superintendent for 7 years.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2019: Ross Group

Oklahoma City, OK

Lead Project Superintendent:

1.Magellan Laboratory Addition; Kansas City, KS; ($1.9 Million)

2008-2018: M.A.C. Corporation, (General Contractor).

Kansas City, MO

Lead Project Superintendent:

1.Biggs Army Air Field; Ft. Bliss, TX, (El Paso, TX). UEPH, 4 buildings, 3 stories each – wood framed. 464 units total, Combat Aviation Brigade Complex. ($52.3 Million

2.Hornedo Middle School; El Paso, TX Tilt-up Construction, 186,000SF. ($23.5 Million

3.Roosevelt Field Mall, New York City; (Simon, Inc. – Addition of a new Nieman- Marcas Retail Store, a new Parking Garage & renovations of many of the existing retail shops). ($59 Million).

4.Five Seasons Sports Complex, (Full range of sports facilities, constructed on a six acre site; Cleveland, OH, ($38.5 Million)

5.Premier Outlet Shoppes, Tampa, Fl; (Simon, Inc. - new construction).

($21 Million).

6.Kroger Store and adjacent retail shops, inclusive of a precast parking structure (new construction); Oklahoma City, OK; ($33 Million).

7.Clearview Assisted Living Facility, 10 separate two story wood framed structures – 144 Units; Pittsburg, PA; ($16.2 Million

1997-2008: Intracorp

San Diego, CA

Lead Project Superintendent:

1. 235 on Market Condominiums; (Downtown San Diego): 206 condominium units, (Type V), 2 levels of subterranean cast-in-place concrete parking constructed within the water table of San Diego Bay, a concrete podium deck constructed one level above the grade level slab-on-grade, and wood framed condominium units constructed at four levels above the podium deck. Retail space for lease at the grade level. ($24 Million).

2.Crown Bay Condominiums; (Downtown San Diego): 198 condominium units, (Type V), 2 levels of subterranean cast-in-place concrete parking constructed within the water table of San Diego Bay, a concrete podium deck constructed one level above the grade level slab-on-grade, and wood framed condominium units constructed at four levels above the podium deck. Retail space for lease at the grade level. (23 Million).

3.Pacific Terrace Condominiums; (Downtown San Diego): 186 condominium units, (Type V), 2 levels of subterranean cast-in-place concrete parking constructed within the water table of San Diego Bay, a concrete podium deck constructed one level above the grade level slab-on-grade, and wood framed condominium units constructed at four levels above the podium deck. Retail space for lease at the grade level. ($21.7 Million).

4.Park Boulevard East Condominiums; (Downtown San Diego). 284 condominium units, (Type V), 2 levels of subterranean cast-in-place concrete parking; however, the water table of San Diego Bay did not extend East to the point where dewatering was required prior to the mass excavation for this project. (Dewatering was required for the three condominium projects listed above, prior to the mass excavation activity). Construction of the podium deck one level above the grade level slab-on-grade, and wood framed condominium units constructed at five levels above the podium deck. Retail space for lease at the grade level. ($33.5 Million).

5.Grandon Village Apartments; (San Marcos, CA): 472 apartment units, (Type V), three stories of wood framed units constructed above the slab-on-grade, (Garden Style Construction). Site A/C parking. ($54.9 Million).

1992-1997: Sharp Brothers Construction Company

Kansas City, MO

Lead Project Superintendent:

1. Blue Valley Elementary School; (Lenexa, KS): Structural steel & CMU construction, 94,300 SF. ($14 Million).

2.Olathe North High School; (Olathe, KS): Structural steel & CMU construction, 112,000 SF. ($15.5 Million).

3.Stillwell Elementary School; (Stillwell, KS): Structural steel & CMU construction, 126,000 SF. ($17 Million).

4.Gardner Edgerton High School; (Gardner, KS): Structural steel & CMU construction, 134,000 SF. (19 Million).

1989-1992: Griffith Construction Company

Dallas, TX

Lead Project Superintendent:

1. Waste Water Treatment Facility, (Rowlett, TX).

2. Waste Water Treatment Facility, (Flower Mound, TX)

3. Waste Water Treatment Facility, (Grand Prarie, TX).

1983-1089: Longcrier Construction Company

Dallas, TX

Assistant Project Superintendent:

1.Sheraton Park Central Hotel; Dallas, TX; 22 stories of Reinforced Concrete Construction Design with a precast facade; 408 guest rooms.

2.An 18 story, 16 story and 12 story office buildings; (Located on the Park Central Campus), Structural Steel Design, with a precast façade.

3.An office building, 30 stories, located at the North Dallas Freeway and Beltline Road; Structural Steel Design with a Glass Window Wall façade.

SUMMARY OF DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Responsible for all project related field supervision.

2.Implementation and enforcement of the Company’s Safety program, to ensure a safe and accident free work environment.

3.Planning and scheduling of subcontractors & vendors, and direct hire personnel as may be needed, (craftsman, equipment operators, laborers).

4.Prepare the project schedule, and expedite the delivery of materials and equipment for their timely on-site delivery.

5.Become familiar with all approved project submittals.

6.Assist the Project Manager regarding the study and approval of material and equipment submittals, if requested.

7.Prepare and submit daily reports of all field related activities.

8.Require mandatory attendance to all weekly “tool box” safety meetings. Maintain field copies of the weekly report, with all attendee’s signatures thereon.

9.Perform field quality control inspections to insure compliance with the drawings, specifications, and contract documents.

10.Insure compliance with all applicable Building and Fire Codes; (UBC, UMC, UPC, NEC, NFPA, etc.).

11.Execute and monitor for compliance, the project’s Environmental Protection Plan and SWPPP Plan.

12.Maintain all Material Safety Data Sheet records, and monitor proper usage and subsequent disposal of all unneeded hazardous materials.

13.Coordinate with the architect & design team members of any forthcoming changes that relate to Change Orders, RFI’s, ASI’s, etc.

14.Coordinate with the Project Manager and the assigned subcontractors regarding the project’s “punch list”, and all specified “close-out” activities.

15.Performed any and all other project related activities at the request of the Project Manager, and/or mandated by Company Policy.

EDUCATION:

Carpenter Apprenticeship Program: Carpentry/General Construction Technology

Kansas City, Missouri

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Business Management

Emporia State University

OSHA Training Course, (30 Hour)

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

First Aid and CPR Training Courses, (16 Hour)

COMPUTER SKILLS:

Microsoft Office, (Word, Excel, Project).

SureTrak, (no longer available, as it has been purchased and discontinued by Primavera).

Procure, Prolog & E-Builder Construction Management software.

CERTIFICATES:

OSHA, (30 Hour).

American Red Cross, (Basic First Aid & CPR).

Confined Space, Competent Person Certificate.

Soils & Excavation, Competent Person Certificate.

Fall Protection, Competent Person Certificate.

Construction Storm Water Compliance, (SWPPP).



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