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Assistant Superintendent

Austin, TX
September 22, 2021

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Douglas Murray

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I am a construction professional with over 15 years of experience in both commercial healthcare

(OSHPD) and military construction industries. From ground up 355,000 SQ FT. hospitals to ten- ant improvement renovations, I can do it all. I have owned my own business, worked in mainte- nance, and traveled around the world constructing projects for the US Navy. I am a jack of all trades.



Peek Renovations - Austin, TX August 2021 - Present Responsible for the daily operation and management of subcontractors working in each apart- ment. Maintaining safety and quality to ensure each unit is completed on time and within bud- get. Establish and maintain relationships with contractors/vendors/suppliers throughout the market. Identify labor, material, and time requirements by studying proposals, blueprints, specifi- cations and related documents. Perform all duties associated with the superintendent role. Foreman Team Lead

Butler Contractors - Bastrop, TX - August 2020 - February 2021 Responsible for leading daily meetings with the team to set expectations for the day. This in- cludes reviewing contracts, project photos, plans and any other information the team will need to compete the scope for that project/s. Coordinate all field personnel and assign tasks according to priority and skill level of crew member. Communicate to the team the job schedule, and monitor attendance, progress and production of crew to ensure daily targets are met. Lead the layout of each project. Submits daily reports and QA/QC reports of each completed project. Handle each project closeout with customer by collecting payment and performing walk-through to ensure customer is satisfied with project. Weekly man hour reporting. Projects include interior kitchen and bathroom remodels, roofing, mold remediation, a variety of fencing installations, room addi- tions, porch enclosures, etc.

Project Superintendent

Kitchell Contractors – CA, TX - August 2017 to 2020 Projects: Texas Facility Commission - Deferred Maintenance 19-20, Austin Texas- $5M Replacement of existing cooling tower, boiler and Air-cooled chiller. Coordinate with facility for all required shutdowns and crane lifts due to occupied space. Coordinate chilled water shutdown, electrical and natural gas shutdowns for weekend work to not disturb facility. Maintain daily re- ports, job site safety inspections, critical crane plans. Meet with inspectors weekly to discuss week- ly progress and ensure that all work was installed to code and specifications. Texas Facility Commission- Deferred Maintenance 18-19, Austin Texas- $15M Replacement of 80 water heat source pumps, 12 Air handler units, and 3 roof top units. Coordi- nate all construction activities between user and subcontractors. Ensure all occupied spaces are cleared and cleaned out for contractors to perform their scope. Maintain daily reports, job site safety inspections, critical crane plans. Meet with inspectors weekly to discuss weekly progress and ensure that all work was installed to code and specifications. St. Johns Pleasant Valley Expansion Hospital, Camarillo CA- $70M Maintain inspection requests that come from all subcontractors to ensure that they are delivered to the OSHPD IOR team on time and complete. As lead QA confirm that all inspections are ready by field-verifying that sub-contractor work is installed per the plan and the building code prior to inspection. Create and maintain all daily reports, maintain all foreman meeting minutes and distribute, coordinate with sub-contractors of daily tasks, collaborate site logistics with fellow project superintendents, held weekly safety stand downs for the job site. Log and maintain sub- contractor deficiencies in PlanGrid. Verify and coordinate with sub-contractors to ensure correc- tions to PlanGrid issues are corrected in a timely manner and ready for inspection. Superintendent/Project Manager

The Stahl Companies - Gold River, CA - July 2014 to August 2017 Communicate with various OSHPD and City officials, hospital administrators, department direc- tors, design professionals, subcontractors and vendors. Perform construction, site office adminis- trative duties, maintain project records, assist with development of estimates, schedules and work plans, create daily project site reports, maintain job site daily schedule, maintain job site safety and cleanliness, coordinate all sub-contractor work, schedule all testing of equipment, provide all documentation of project changes including RFI's to architect and create submittals. Coordinate all inspection requests with appropriate contractor. Verification that all work by sub-contractors is per plan and built to code. Perform construction site office administrative duties, maintain project records, coordinate medical equipment lists, anchorage details and installation; assist with devel- opment of estimates, schedules and work plans; create daily project site reports. Projects:

- Community Memorial Hospital, Ventura Replacement Hospital- $300M

- Community Memorial Hospital, Ventura Replacement Hospital Parking Structure $12.5M

- Telecare La Paz Psychiatric Care Facility- Replacement Generator/ Installation of ice ma- chines/ Installation of 3 HVAC mini split systems- $442K

- Community Care on Palm, Riverside- Emergency replacement of 2 water heaters- $10K

- Greater El Monte Hospital - HVAC Replacement- $50k Baby Guard of Ventura Owner/Installer

Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties - November 2012 to March 2016 Responsibilities: Work directly with clients to prepare take-offs, bids, scheduling, self-perform in- stallation of cored concrete deck fence placement. Manage inventory and perform marketing, as well as accounting management.

Facilities Mechanic

Thibiant International Inc - Chatsworth, CA - November 2009 to July 2014 Responsibilities: Construction of interior office remodels, welding (Arc, Tig, Mig, SS sanitary) fabrication, electrical work, plumbing, and masonry. Daily task include monitoring RO and DI water system. Changing .5 and .2 micron filters if need be. Proper knowledge of all hand and power tools. Repair & set up power transmission devices and rotating equipment (e.g. gearboxes, bearings, seals, conveyors, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, etc.). Maintain and per- form preventative maintenance on various pieces of machinery and product equipment. Directly responsible for the day to day operations of all forklifting equipment, maintaining daily reports, scheduling maintenance of forklifts as required.

Automotive Service Technician

Thousand Oaks Automotive - Thousand Oaks, CA - June 2009 to August 2009 Responsibilities: Customer service, service advice, brakes, oil changes, radiator services, a/c sys- tem service, fuel injections, transmission fluid exchange service, seals, bearings, gaskets. Kitchen Installer

American Vision Windows - Simi Valley, CA - December 2008 to February 2009 Responsibilities: Customer service, installation and demolition of kitchens and bathrooms, instal- lation of electrical wiring and HVAC ducting systems, plumbing, and finish carpentry. Assistant Manager

Jiffy Lube - Yorba Linda, CA - October 2007 to October 2008 Responsibilities: Customer service, open and close of store, answering phones, service advice, fuel injection services, fluid changes and pull parts, transmissions services, radiator services, differen- tial services, transfer case service, front/rear differential service. EDUCATION

Kitchell University Aug 2017-2020

• OSHA 30 Certified

• Building Envelope Series

• Lean Construction

• Confined Space

• NFPA 70E

• Various other classes


Ventura College - Ventura, CA 2016 to 2017


Universal Technical Institute - Rancho Cucamonga, CA October 2008 General Studies

Duncan Russell High School - Tracy, CA June 2001


• Microsoft Office

• Microsoft Excel

• Microsoft Word

• Microsoft Project

• PlanGrid

• ProCore


United States Navy - Petty Officer 1st Class Builder - January 2002 to Present Active Duty/Reserve Responsibilities: Serve as lead instructor for basic combat skills (BCSII) Air field damage repair and Fire Team Leader. Responsible for proper instructional delivery for up- coming instructors and multiple battalion students. Maintain class schedule and insuring that a 100% completion rate is achieved. Served in Afghanistan/ Kuwait as crew leader on various as- signed projects, specifically a 40’ timber tower, PEB (pre-engineered building) 32 sea huts and a laundry facility completed in 28 days and multiple concrete pours. Oversee and perform con- struction of 2 Story wood structure including tasks such as framing, welding, electrical, plumbing, masonry. Further responsible included supervision, training and mentoring of subordinate enlist- ed staff with emphasis in: discipline, physical fitness, weapons training, customs/ courtesies and operational readiness.


Joint Service Commendation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Navy Good Conduct Medal, Expert Rifle Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Ex- pert Pistol Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expedi- tionary Medal, 2 Flag letters of commendation, 1 Letter of commendation

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