** ***** ** ********** ******** most areas of Commercial Construction Assemble (Multi-Level Office Bldgs, Warehouses, Plants), Residential (Apartments), Health Care (Hospital-Medical Offices- Labs), Schools (K-12), Hospitality (Hotels) Looking for an opportunity to provide my knowledge and experience to a successful construction team.
2017 to Present
General Superintendent: The Centric Group, Columbia, SC 29210 (General Contracting, Engineering Review and Inspections, Disaster Relief, Controlled Demolition) Oversee all phases of the company projects from initial planning to completion, specializing in all commercial construction, residential, disaster relief, and public works projects. My company responsibilities include, but are not limited to; supervising all actual physical construction of our project in strict accordance with contract documents; Verification of safety compliance with all trades; maintenance and planning of all reports, workarounds, shutdowns and tie- ins; resolution of jurisdiction disputes; enforcement of safety and quality control policies; direction and day-to-day coordination of trade contractors--and the subcontractors when required--to ensure the turnout of quality work that meets the approved project schedule; maintain positive relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions and venders; building a positive project team environment; making sure there is strong communication between administration, engineers, architects, project managers, superintendents and contractors. Firm knowledge of Prolog, Microsoft Excel and Word, project, Outlook and Master Builder.
2014 - 2017
Finish Superintendent, Project superintendent: triade construction (Hospitality)
New Build, 10-story luxury facility; the Marriott Hotel in Charlottesville, 28 million contract, came in at 27.2 million. Virginia. Assisted Living Nursing Facility, Galax, Virginia, 200 resident, 95,000 sq ft, single story New Build. Contract, 14.5 million, came in at 14 million. Completed both projects under budget, and 45 and 60 days ahead of schedule.
2009 – 2013
Construction Consultant/ Project Manager/General Superintendent: Golden Living Corporation, Golden Ventures (Health Care) In charge of all, New Build Construction, Facility Renovations and Additions to over 240 nursing facilities throughout the United States. Average new build, projects, 22 million. Average renovation, additions projects, 6-10 million. Average facility MEP, upgrades, 1-3 million.
2007 – 2009
General/Project Superintendent: Interstate Restoration and New Construction. (Commercial, Residential, Health Care)
New build, 75,000 sq. ft, 130 residential facilities. One story, total demolition and replace, Flood damage; Rockville Maryland Apartment systems were three multi-level units with 40 units per building, total demolition and replace. Total project contract 19.5 million. Completed, project total cost 19 million. Completed project in 28 days, ahead of master schedule. Average crew size per day, 70-85 men
2004 – 2007
General Superintendent/Structural Superintendent: Newbury and Mason, Engineering, Construction Management, Commercial Construction. (Health Care, Medical) New Build and Addition. Virginia Commonwealth Cancer, Research Center & Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. Multi-level Hospital, Facility. Contract amount 48.8 million 19 month build schedule. Project came in $78,000 over contract cost and finished 38 days over master schedule finish date. due to engineering, change orders.
1993 – 2004
General Superintendent/Structural Inspector: F&K Construction Management & Contracting. (Health Care) (Controlled Structural Demolition) to include Hi-rise buildings, water span bridges, old manufacturing facilities, and US Government Superfund sites: Lead the controlled structural demolition at Ground Zero (PHASE ONE), New York City WTT. Directed all crane assembly and controlled removal from ground level-one to sub level 5. Sheeting, Shoring and stabilizing all unsafe recovery areas. I led a team that varied in size 100 to 150. General Superintendent over the new build construction of two 80,000 sq ft, single story Assisted Living Nursing Facilities. Brought them both out of the ground on the same date and completed both projects three days apart. Each were brought to completion 18 and 15 days ahead of schedule and both met their budgets. Structural, Superintendent for New Build, High School, and Middle School, Lowell Massachusetts. Working with Architects and Engineering team from ground works thru dry-in. Then turned buildings over to Finish Superintendents, for completion.
1989 – 1993
Project Superintendent/General superintendent: Halliburton international and Security. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. New build, multi-level, 30-story facility (Office Complex), General Superintendent: Union Carbide Refinery, Kuwait.
1978 – 1984 project manager/master chief-sat diver: OFFSHORE exploration inc.
underwater construction and refit maintenance and demolition. Oversaw dive plan lay-out, editing of project blueprints, and material procurement. designed project, and manpower schedules. Directed: all shipping of equipment and transportation. Developed proposals and managed buy-out of subcontractors. managed all quality control sign-offs with the engineers. Project Manager of NDT, (Non-Destructive Testing) program.
Structural Engineering (3 years, No Degree) Boston College
Construction Management (2yr Associates Degree), Northern Virginia Community College
1.Knowledgeable with Current Residential and Commercial Building Codes
Managing Budget & Project Schedules
Editing and Reviewing Blueprints
Assisting in Design Changes
Developing Close-out Documents
Developing Project Scheduling
Supervising Large Crews of 50-175 Men
Supervised Many Types of Demolition
Experienced in Trouble- Shooting Project
Apprenticed in Mechanical/Plumbing/Masonry
Finish & Framing Carpentry Experience
Operation of Backhoes, Dozers, small Cranes, Excavators
Basic Computer Skills
Drilling, Soil Sampling and Water Testing and sampling
Hands-on, with Firm Leadership skills.
RESPONSIBILITIES AS SUPERINTENDENT
Responsible for all site construction activities including all field and subcontractor personnel as required to successfully complete the project/work on schedule and within budget. This includes maintaining the highest quality, coordinating all trades and field personnel, while administering good construction safety practices with all on-site activities. Maintain job site office and close out projects.
Coordinate all field operations to achieve completion of the project on schedule and within budget, with quality workmanship that conforms to original plans and specifications as well as including any change directives/orders while maintaining client satisfaction.
Recruit and hire within company polices and guidelines as required.
Maintain construction schedules including short interval production schedules, identify and solve problems in a timely manner.
Order materials and schedule inspections necessary throughout then project.
Edit and understand project plans and specifications.
Build and maintain positive relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, and other employees.
Prepare daily reports, safety reports, schedules, and supervise completion of the final punch-list.
Promote job-site safety, encourage safe work practices and rectifies job site hazards.
Ensure that all company employees and contractors are adhering to the company safety policy and regulatory requirements, including storm water compliance.
Conduct weekly progress meetings and reports, inviting all trades.
Review all job cost reports and assist project managers in maintaining budget control.
Review subcontractors’ scope of work and provide feedback to project managers prior to contract award.
Establish staging plans and manage site logistics.
Collaborate with project manager in scheduling the critical path craft pre-construction meeting prior to mobilization.
Provide feedback of reviewed submittals for compliance and coordination.
Responsible for quality work in place, workflow for crafts, suppliers, employees and third party contractors.
Always hands on while leading by example
My Responsibilities as project manager
Assist in establishing project objectives, policies, procedures, and performance standards within boundaries of company policy.
Assist with client, A/E and subcontractor communication to facilitate construction activities.
Assist with monitor/control construction through direction of on-site superintendent to ensure project is built on schedule and within budget.
Assist with managing financial aspects of contracts including process of pay applications.
Assist with scheduling construction activities and updating/maintaining project schedule.
Assist with new-project pursuit and procurement including preparation of RFQ/REP response and interviews.
Assist in developing estimates.
Assist in preparing bid packages including bid forms and subcontracts.
Handling of the submittals and RFI’s for the project.
Collaborates client reps, superintendents, and others to schedule the critical path craft pre-construction meeting prior to start-up.
Provide leadership feedback of received submittals for compliance and coordination
Responsible for quality work being put in place, workflow for crafts, suppliers and employees.
Provide leadership for project start-up, project completion and entice close-out process.
Provide accurate forecasting of cost for job completion.
Responsible for deciding on final resolution of problems in a timely manner.
Identify issues to construction manager as required to ensure the success of the project.
Coordinate with safety manager to ensure projects are completed in accordance with safety goals.
Supervision over large and/or multiple projects