Project Manager/Construction Superintendent
Tiburon, California 94920 · firstname.lastname@example.org · 415-***-****
Creative, results-driven, engineering professional with extensive experience in evaluating construction conditions to assure cost-effective results. Ability to adapt to different cultures and working environments to build relationships with contractors and clients. Trained in concepts of Six Sigma quality control techniques. Works effectively within a team environment to successfully reach the company’s goals.
Langan Engineering and Environmental Services – Oakland, California
Senior Geotechnical Engineering Technician, May, 2013-present
Evaluates sites with complex subsurface conditions for commercial development projects. Specializes in deep foundation design and testing. Provides construction observations and recommendations for design of foundation systems and retaining walls, slope stability analysis, and evaluation of seismic hazards. Performs ASTM axial load testing of deep foundation elements.
• Improved construction guidelines for building safer foundations. Served as on-site geotechnical engineer assessing structural load and rock quality determination. Established a fundamental understanding of the behavior of soils during and after foundation installation for use in analytical predictive methods.
• Managed Quality Control data collection and field activities utilzing real time collaboration by means of a software platform which connected team members’ applications in one central hub.
Romig Engineers – San Carlos, California
Senior Engineering Technician, August, 2010-May, 2013
Studied and evaluated each component of foundation systems. Completed subsurface geotechnical investigations and reports, soil analysis (soil bearing capacity) and concrete strength testing by ASTM Test Methods, subgrade soil observations and steel inspections. Performed field density testing using the nuclear gauge.
• Designed methods of ground improvement using ACIP pile construction.
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• Maintained service reliability of a fleet of nuclear moisture/density gauges as Radiation Safety Officer.
• Managed compliance of contractors to project Accident and Injury Prevention Program, adherence to project Storm Water Pollution Protection Program, and observation of Site Safety Plan.
Brown & Mills, Inc. (BMI) – Sacramento, California
Senior Engineering Technician, November, 1999-August, 2010
Worked with professional engineers and geologists and managed a staff of field technicians to conduct geotechnical site investigations, and materials ASTM testing. Provided construction management services to a diverse client base. Managed the materials testing laboratory to conform to California Department of Transportation and California Division of State Architect specifications by maintaining calibration and operational integrity of testing equipment.
KTW & Associates – Fremont, California
Operations Manager, November, 1992-February, 1999
Managed all phases of construction providing turnkey installations of new fuel tank storage and delivery systems for various governmental installations: Port Chicago Naval Weapons Station (US Navy), Concord, California; Fallon Naval Air Station (US Navy), Fallon, Nevada; Hamilton Air Field (US Army Corps of Engineers), Novato, California; Travis Air Force Base (Department of Defense), Fairfield, California; Rogers Field (US Forest Service/California Department of Forestry), Chester, California; multiple card-lock retail gas stations for Olympic Oil Co. and Costco Gasoline Stations (throughout Northern California). Managed new landfill cell construction and existing landfill capping and closure with associated groundwater collection and remediation; managed construction of various remediation systems for soil, water, and vapor extraction.
Education and Certification
Bachelor of Science – Construction Management
California State University, Sacramento, California
USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors
ICC Certified Special Inspector
ACI Concrete Field Testing Technician
Nuclear Gauge Certified
CFR 1910-120, 40-Hour Hazardous Materials Health and Safety Operations
General Permit Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program Practitioner
First Aid with AED
Transportation Workers Security Clearance (TWIC)