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Manager Construction/Heavy Equipment Operator

Location:
Wetumpka, AL
Salary:
38000
Posted:
March 20, 2020

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Resume:

RESUME WILLIAM R. BURNETTE

Personal Information:

DOB….10/23/1950

Married

Good Health

Veteran

Educational Background:

Wetumpka High School

Private Pilot's License

Opelika Tech Vocational, Opelika, AL., (Auto Cad Drafting)

Auburn University, Auburn, AL., (BSCI Degree) Building Construction

Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas,Tx, (BS Construction Management)

Commercial Estimating/Take Offs/Auto Cad Light 15, Texarkana Com College

Work History:

Company:

Jones Brother Roofing, 2600 Lower Wetumpka Road, Montgomery, AL.

Start Date: 5/65 (Summer Work), End Date: 08/68

Position: Laborer

Supervisor: W.C. Burnette

Salary/Wages: Minimum Wage

Duties: Loaded/unloaded materials with a lull, toted roofing squares, moped hot tar on build-up roofs, nailed shingles down, did cuts for decking, operated a backhoe.

Reason for leaving: Selective Service/joined the Army in their Warrant Officer Combat Pilot program at Fort Rucker, AL.

Company:

United States Airforce, Homestead, Florida

Start Date: 08/68, End Date: 07/72

Position: Procurement

Salary/Wages: Monthly Salary

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Duties: Purchased items, supplies requested.

Reason for leaving: regular enlistment over.

Company:

Jim Walter Homes, 4015 Troy Hwy., Montgomery, Alabama 36116 334-***-****.

Start Date: 08/72, End Date: 05/74

Position: Framing subcontractor

Supervisor: O.T. Bruner

Salary/Wages: Contract Draws

Duties: furnished a framing crew to frame out homes for Jim Walter customers.

Reason for Leaving: Jim Walter Homes were getting in a financial bind and had problems in paying their subcontractors on time.

Company:

Lowder Homes, 5272 Hampstead High St., Montgomery,AL 334-***-****

Start Date: 05/74, End Date: 09/75

Position: Carpenter foreman.

Supervisor: Bobby Lowder/Jim Davis.

Salary/Wages: $8.00 hour

Duties: supervised form carpenters, framing carpenters in building new homes.

Reason for leaving: Better money in the industrial sector.

Company:

Flur-Daniels Construction Company, 100 Flur Daniel drive, Greenville, SC, 29607. 864-***-****.

Projects Worked on: Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant, Columbia, AL

Position: Carpenter Foreman/General foreman/equipment operator-09/75-04/78

Firestone Tire Plant, East Baton Rouge, LA

General Foreman/ Project Scheduler-05/78-06/80

Federal Paper Board Plant, Augusta, Ga., 06/80-11/83

3rd Shift Superintendent/Asst. PM, Heavy Equipment Foreman

Supervisor(s): Randall Hill, Don Harrison, Ed Sawyer

Salary/Wages: $10.00/$13.00/$15.00 hr.

Duties: supervised a crew of carpenters(form, framing, metal framing, concrete finishers in carrying out daily field orders, scheduling workloads, ordering

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materials, operating heavy equipment,(Trackhoe, frontend loader,dozier,backhoe) signing off on time cards, submitting field reports, doing take-offs from blue prints, giving safety meetings, meeting with plant personal and coordinating change orders.

Reason for leaving: Tired of Traveling on the road, took a position with Brown & Root at the International Paper in Prattville, Alabama-Shutdown/outtage.

Company:

Brown & Root Construction, LBJ Parkway, Houston, Texas

Projects Worked On:

International Paper, Prattville, AL….shutdown…01/84-6/84

International Paper, Alexandria LA…rebuild/outage 03/85-08/85

Olin Chemicals, McIntosh, AL….06/84-3/85

Position(s) Superintendent, Project Coordinator, Asst Project Manager

Supervisor: Jack Higgins, Frank Kerr

Salary/Wages: $14.00/15.30/16.00

Duties: supervised, (2) general foremen (4) carpenter crews, form & finish, (2) concrete crew,, (1) rebar crew,(1) sheetrock crew and (2) equipment operators, scheduled work hours, overtime, safety meetings, drug testing, field inspections, subcontractor draws, handled change orders, spec changes, etc.

Reason for leaving: Took a job offer back in Alabama with Yeargin Construction.

Company:

Yeargin Construction Company, 22-A Loop, Suite 200, Greenville,SC 864-***-****.

Projects worked On:

Whitmore & Parson Paper Mill, 1852, Hwy 59, Monroeville, Alabama. 09/85-10/86.

Position: Superintendent

Supervisor: Dale Peavy-PM

Salary/Wages: On Salary

Duties: Conducted daily operations in the field for a various trade crafts and subcontractors on Paper machine roller #2 rebuild which included electrical, piping, HVAC, plumbing, sheet metal subcontractors, steel connectors, welders,mill wrights, carpenters, concrete subs etc., submitted daily field reports, did field inspections, signed off of sub draws, enacted change orders and met with plant personnel on any issues that arose.

Reason for leaving: Job over didn't want to travel out of state.

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Company:

BEC Construction & Engineering, 290 Twain Curve, Montgomery, Ala.

Start Date:01/87, End Date:04/87

Position: Project Manager, Heavy Equipment Operator/Boom Truck/Frontend loader, 30ton rubber tired crane, dozier, grader,911 pan scraper.

Supervisor: Frank Dunn-Operations Manager

Salary? Wages: $ 35,000 per year

Duties: Supervised (1) Superintendent, (2) Foremen, held pre-bid conference with all potential subcontractors, did material take-offs for each trade craft, ordered materials for in-house work, check on each subcontractor to make sure they had all the required insurance and state license in place, held the bid awards, met with the client and their architects for any spec changes, or change orders, met with each City of Montgomery Building Inspectors to assure that all permits and license were in order. Did physical field inspections to verify with my superintendents that worked had been performed by the subcontractor on his draw and checked if the sub was claiming any stored materials onsite. Approved sub draws, scheduled all work and overtime. Kept a close watch on all the subcontractors to ensure that one sub did not delay the others. Gave random drug tests and safety meetings.

Project: Phase 1 of the Atlanta Crossing Shopping Center, 180 Atlanta Hwy, Montgomery, AL.

Reason for leaving: Phase 1 completed. Went back to work for Yeargin Construction.

Company:

Yeargin Construction Company, 22-A Loop, Suite 200, Greenville,SC

Start Date: 05/87 End Date: 08/89

Position: Construction Manager

Supervisor: Buddy Kent-PM

Salary/Wages: $49,000

Duties: Worked with the Project Manager to make sure that the project stayed on track and stayed within the budget set. Met with the clients and their staff to discuss any problems or any needed change orders. Complete field inspections on work being performed. Yeargin is a self -performing General Contractor which means that most all work was done by its on employees.

Project: Alumax Production Plant of South Carolina, Goose Creek,SC

Reason for leaving: Yeargin has a residential side that builds custom homes. they needed a Project Manager at their location of Edisto Island, SC, 1211 Thistle Street, 834-***-****.

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Company:

Yeargin Custom Homes, 1211 Thistle Street, Edisto Island, SC

Start Date:08/89, End Date: 09/90

Position: Project Manager

Supervisor: David Holly-CEO

Salary: $44,000 per year plus completion bonus/company truck.

Duties: Met with client, worked with in-house architects to custom design a home for the potential client. Help arrange a bridge loan on new home construction, Award bids to area subcontractors to perform all needed crafts. Do a budget projection and completion date for each subcontractor. complete field inspections to make sure everyone is on the same page and that there are no issues to cause delays other than weather conditions. Get client to sign draw slips, approve sub draws, schedule our own in-house work crews work days.

reason for leaving: My father got injured at work and had to be hospitalized. I moved back home to help my mother take care of my father.

Company:

Flur Daniels Construction Company, 100 Flur Daniels Drive, Greenville,SC

Start Date: 03/91, End Date: 06/92

Position: Construction Manager

Supervisor: Carl Meadows-SPM, Randall Hill

Salary/Wages:$49,800

Project: Federal Courthouse Addition 17 Million

Duties: Supervised the day-to-day operations of the field work that was performed entirely by Flu- Daniels employees(welders, electricians, pipe fitters,mill wrights, painters, carpenters, rod busters, rebar installers, steel connectors, concrete finishers, instrument techs, equipment operators. worked with (6) craft managers to regulate all work assignments, field revisions, change orders and work schedules.

Reason for Leaving: Job over.

Company:

BE&K Construction Company, 2000 International Park Drive, Birmingham,AL 35243,205-***-****.

Start Date: 07/92, End Date: 11/93

Project: Boise Cascade/Container Paper Mill, International Falls, MN

Position: Construction Manager II-Night Shift/Heavy Equipment Supervisor/operator (Frontend loader, crane, trackhoe)

Supervisor :David Wiseman(Not sure of last name).

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Salary/Wages: $50,000

Duties: As the superintendent over paper machines #3 & #4, I supervised a mixture of trade craft employees, (Electricians, instrument techs, mill wrights, boilermakers, rebar & steel connectors, HVAC, welders, pipe welders, mig welders, sheet metal installers, equipment operators, form carpenters, concrete finishers, laborers, through (6) field superintendents over the various crafts. Coordination meetings were held to update everyone as to how the timeline for each sector was being completed, to air out complaints, problems that were issues needing to be resolved. Did field inspections and wrote up evaluation and work-in-place submittals, handled numerous change orders,

Note:

BE&K had gotten the reputation of being a union buster. The union at this paper mill, had been kicked out and BE&K, took over the "rebuild". All BE&K employees lived in a man camp which consisted of (9) double-wide trailers. Most of the BE&K employees were bused to and from the man camp to the mill. Union members were setting fire to cars with out of state tags, a lot of the stores refused to serve you. International Falls is known as the "icebox of the nation". In Octo-ber it was getting down in the low teens.

Reason for leaving: One and the main one was the on-going threat by union members to do physical damage to your vehicle and bodily harm to you personally. Right before I left the union members were driving by the man camp and shooting into the mobile homes. Federal Marshals were called in as a result of these union problems. The second reason was the frigid weather.

Company:

Foster-Wheeler Construction Company, 585 North Dairy Ashford St., Houston, Tx., 77079, 713-***-****.

Start Date: 03/94, End Date: 06/96.

Position: General Superintendent/Heavy Equipment Supervisor & equipment operator.

Supervisor: Winston McCall-PM

Salary/Wages: $47,900.

Project: FPL Power Plant-Tampa, FL

Duties: Set up mobile office, met with FPL personnel and their staff to go over any issue that might become a problem later, to submit any needed change orders, hire local people in the Tampa Bay area. Supervised Foster-Wheeler employees, (2) general foremen. Held bid awards to subcontractors. Met with each subcontractor individually and made sure that they were going to meet the time schedule and

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have the people to accomplish it. Some of the subcontractor's work was more critical than the others. Operated dozier,frontend loader, onsite

Reason for leaving: Project completed.

Company:

Strength & Pouncey Home Builders, 2011 Tallassee Hwy, 14 East, Wetumpka, AL

334-***-**** (Out of Business).

Start Date: 08/96, End Date: 04/98

Position: Project Manager

Supervisor: Fred Pouncey-Owner

Salary/Wages: $48,000 plus company truck, insurance etc.

Duties: this company built only about (12) custom homes a year, mostly on Lake Martin and in Blue Ridge Subdivision. Once the client had signed a binding agreement, the company had its own architects to draw up a set of prints for approval. Once the prints were done an entire complete set, the client along with a company rep would arrange financing. sometime the company had land it was selling as a packaged deal. Once the bridge loan was in place I took the prints and did material take offs for what work we would perform and ordered the various materials and any equipment needed. I would put out a notice for bids by subcontractors and then after all bids were in would hold a bid conference to award bids to whoever we choose. I would oversee the work through a couple foremen and make sure that the work was done as required, that it was quality work and that it was being done on time and within budget. Thirty days prior to bids being accepted I had gone over every page of prints to make sure I wasn't missing anything that would later need to be added by a change order.

Company:

National Industries, 2790 Gunter Industrial Park, Montgomery,AL.

Start Date: 07/98, End Date: 02/2000

Position : Contract Project Construction Manager Consultant.

Supervisor: June Collier-CEO

Salary/Wages: 52,000.

Duties: Worked with Mexican officials and other contractors to insure that the (3) fabricated plants would meet the production requirements needed by National Industries to fulfill their automotive production contracts.

Reason for leaving: Job was finished as much as possible.

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Company:

Cann Dauson Construction Company, 216 Echlin Blvd., Prattville, AL, 36067,334-***-****.

Start Date: 05/2000, End Date: 09/2000

Position: Project Manager

Supervisor: Martin Barnett(That probably is not the right name)

Salary/Wages: 50,000

Duties: Supervised work crews on new church addition.

Reason for leaving: Just wasn't suited to the company or its personnel. Just wasn't a good fit for me, and the fact that my monthly salary was not what was agreed on.

Company:

T.H. Taylor Custom Home Builder, 6771 Taylor Circle, Montgomery, AL 36119, 334-***-****, (Gone out of Business).

Start Date: 03/2001, End Date: 04/2004

Position: Construction Project Manager

Supervisor: Terry Taylor-CEO

Salary/Wages: 60,000 plus profit-sharing, company truck, paid insurance.

Duties: Oversaw all onsite work, managed subcontractors, did field inspections, hired and fired subcontractors, pulled permits, signed off on sub draws, met with clients to have them sign off on our company's draw request. Made sure that each project we did was finished on time and within budget.

Reason for leaving: Offered better job, more money, better benefits,

Company:

Dawson Building Contractors, 106 Rainbow Industrial Blvd., Rainbow City, AL 35906, 256-***-****.

Start Date: 04/2004, End Date: 09/2008

Position: Project Manager/ Divisional Construction Manager/Heavy Equipment Manager and operator as needed.

Supervisor: Judd Dawson/Eddie Weaver.

Salary/Wages: 60,000-to- $72,000.00

Projects:HUD-Victor Tulane Gardens(1,2,3, & 4 bedroom townhouses,70 units plus a community center, Montgomery, Alabama.

HUD Housing Project-Orange Groove & Hilltop Renaissance(multifamily apartments and 48 townhouses, Mobile,AL., VA Medical Center, Memphis,TN.

Duties: I was over both these projects at the same time traveling back and forth to the jobsites. Supervised (4) superintendents. Dawson was a self-performing company that had its own electrical and plumbing departments. I did field

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inspections on all subcontractor work as well as our in-house departments. Met with HUD officials and their architects to resolve issues that were causing construction delays. Signed off on daily work reports and subcontractor draw request. Submitted to HUD our monthly construction draw after the HUD manager approved it.

Reason for leaving: Dawson had too much work going on with HUD and didn't have enough experienced people to man up the projects. The HUD project in Tallahasse, FL., got behind schedule and went way over budget as they had the same problem with a VA Medical Center in Tampa,FL. and ending up loosing alot of money on both projects. I didn't want to do anymore HUD work so I gave my notice and quit.

Company:

Alabama Home Inspections, 6778 Grier Road, Wetumpka, AL 36092,

Start Date: 01/2009, End Date: 10/2015

Position: Owner/Inspector

Salary/Wages: Undisclosed

Duties: Had contracts with Banks, Mortgage companies, Real Estate Firms to do home inspections which included: slab/crawl space, interior flooring, foundations, walls, framing, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, roofing, exterior surfaces, brick,siding, soffit, trim to determine condition of home and what if any, need for repairs. Used backhoe and trencher for septic tank installation and repairs.

Closed the company down in 2015. Wasn't making the income I wanted to keep doing it.

Company:

River region Towing & Transportation Services,LLC, 77744 Tallassee Hwy, 14 East, Wetumpka, AL 36092, 334-***-****.

Start Date: 03/2016, End Date: 12/2019.

Position: Part Owner (30%)…Operations Manager, Heavy Equipment Operator

Supervisor: Leon Russell, Partner

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Salary/Wages: 48,000 plus profit sharing revenue.

Duties: Supervised the day-to-day operations for the business that had (3) divisions: Private & public towing, 28' straight box delivery trucks, hot shot car haulers, vehicle sales lot. Operated John Deere 650 loader, a John Deere 350 Dozier w/6way blade for shaping and clearing, operated a trackhoe to load scrap metal into steel dump trailers. Reason for Leaving: Leon died last year wife sold the business to another company buying me out.

Company:

ATkins Underground Utilities, Inc., 700 Hyundai Blvd., Montgomery, Ala. 36117. 334-***-****.

Start Date: 01/22/2020, End Date: 03/18/2020

Position: Heavy Equipment Operator

Supervisor: Danny Bruner

Salary/Wages: 17:00 hr

Duties: Operated trackhoe in digging 5' deep trench to lay 6' x 3'x 10' fiberglass reinforced water pipe. Installed pipe and covered the pipe up with trackhoe and small dozier to cover up the cut then finished the dirt work using a Kubota tractor and box blade.



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