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Dickinson, TX
October 25, 2019

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Carl Hutchison

**** ***** ******* **.

Kemah TX. 77565


October 21, 2019

To Whom It May Concern:

I am applying for the position of “Construction Project Superintendent.” Attached please find my resume. I feel it will qualify me for the position you are interviewing for. I have over 35 years of diverse experience as a Project Manager and General Manager in the Commercial and Residential area, as well as experience with drafting and detailing in AutoCAD and Cabinet Vision 2012.

Please let me know if you wish to interview with me. Sincerely,

Carl J. Hutchison


PS. I tried to make this a one-page resume with cover letter, but my experiences would not fit on one page. Please read on.

Carl J. Hutchison

1905 Kemah Village Dr., Kemah, TX. 77565

Cell 512-***-****,

Objective My objective is to perform for your company in a manner that surpasses your expectations.

Accomplishments Management experience with many large projects on military and historical restorations.

During the years of managing in business, I found the need for computers in designing, organizing, bidding and invoicing. It occurred to me that I was paying others to upgrade my computers, when I knew I could do it myself. This led to my learning how to build computers. I have designed and built furniture, free standing curved stairways, entry doors, radius moldings and every kind of cabinet I could get a contract on. Also, I have built and sold computers to clients ranging from beginners, to Graphic Artists, to Engineers, to Musicians.

Much of my spare time, between 1988 and 2003, was devoted to a charitable organization, where I also served a term as Chairman. We generated up to $75,000 annually for local children’s charities. Skills My skills consist of the following:

1) Project Management of multiple projects.

2) Shop Management with experience in designing and building many wood projects.

3) Organizing, motivating, training and leading employees. 4) Searching out and acquiring new clients.

5) Taking a project from the client’s conception, to paper, through pricing and completion.

6) Reviewing a project, studying and understanding the specs, and producing an accurate bid.

7) Creating projects in AutoCAD.

8) Designing cabinets with Cabinet Vision 2012.

Employment History

Jan. ‘10 to May ‘12 KingSpoke LLC. Austin, Texas

Managing Member

I have always had my eyes set on much larger and more important projects, such as historical restorations. I wanted to procure and perform these projects and could comfortably do so in this LLC. Nov. ‘02 to Jan. ‘10 KingSpoke Austin, Texas

General Manager

This is a door company that was set up to build creative and beautiful interior and exterior doors. We were successful at generating clients and producing the doors they expect and desire. It has proven to be a fantastic adventure.

June ‘02 to Sep. ‘02 Cabinets Deluxe Leander, Texas Plant Manager

The first challenge I undertook was that of insuring complete deliveries and finishing cabinet packages ahead of schedule. When I started with Cabinets Deluxe, the typical job was delivered 3 weeks late and about 85% complete, I adjusted enough procedures to change this for the better. Morale was another challenge I undertook with the same attention to detail. In my opinion, the company was a much better and more efficient place to work during my employment there.

June ‘01 to April ‘02 Quality Woodwork Interiors Houston, Texas Project Manager

Within the first week with this company, I was given the position as Project Manager of the “Dr. Denton Cooley Building” (Texas Heart Institute) in Houston. This was a $1,5mil project for Quality Woodwork Interiors, which increased to a $2.1mil project after signed Change Proposals. The Owner then wanted me to Project Manage the casework at the new Reliant Stadium in Hoston. This had to be finished in time for a scheduled Super Bowl in the stadium. Instead I was sent to Austin as the position aof Project Manager for “The Austin Convention Center”, a

$550K project of casework, which operated very smoothly under my supervision.

Oct. ‘00 to Mar. ‘01 Advanced Lab Concepts Austin, Texas Operations Manager

I was hired to run the Custom Millwork Division. My duties also consisted of AutoCad design, Project Management, Estimating and Sales. Nov. ‘86 to Nov. ‘02 C. J. Stairs Austin, Texas

Project Manager

Project Management, including all tasks imaginable in the woodworking business. I encouraged my clients to test me on anything in this area to raise their expectations.

Nov. ‘77 to Nov. ‘86 Reissig Builders Houston and Austin, Texas Manager

For the first 5 years with this company, I developed my carpentry and layout skills. Then I was made top carpenter and only given the most difficult of projects. The jobs in Houston ranged up to $200K homes. We quickly moved up to $1Mil and multi $Mil homes in Austin. I graduated from this company into my next company, C. J. Stairs. Education

1978 to 1979 Southwest Texas State University San Marcos, Texas Major: Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Math

1978 to 1979 U of H Houston, Texas

Major: Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Math

I attended college for 1 year and 1 semester, and then went back to my woodworking and Management education.

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