CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT/ PAVING SUPERINTENDENT AND FOREMAN
Reliable, hands-on construction and development professional with more than 30 years of experience managing commercial, waste water treatment plants, power plants, lift station, bridges, heavy highway and subdivision projects. Able to take on multi-million dollar jobs and maximize profitability. Complete projects by coordinating trades, developing partnerships with outside consultants and contractors, and building positive rapport with engineers, local officials, vendors, and clients. Proven ability to create, develop, and motivate construction project teams.
Crew Leadership, Building Codes and Permits, Project Budgeting, Quality Control, Planning and Scheduling, Vendor Relations, Materials Management, OSHA Safety and Compliance, CPR and First Aid, Core Of Engineers Construction Quality Management Certificate
CJW Construction Inc. •Santa Ana, CA 2009
Project Manager: Managed and supervised projects for the core of engineers. These projects consisted of: repairing and rebuilding the border fence, building a 1500 flood dyke and a water settlement area for reclaimed water in the city of Costa Mesa, which included several large ponds and run off channels. A job for the Air Force and Core of Engineers in Moses Lake Washington to remove and replace parts of the runway and 90,000 square feet of pavement. Was in charge of all billing, budgeting, and organization and hiring of crew. Responsible for organizing all meetings and purchasing materials.
Chief Construction, Butte, MT 2003-2009
Project Manager/Superintendent: Responsibilities included blueprint review, analysis of projects, and preparation of construction documents, negotiation with and selection of sub contractors, material purchasing, scheduling, building code compliance, etc. Organized weekly on-site safety meetings, and weekly meetings with City. Projects included: power plants, waste water treatment plants, water rehabilitation project with a crew of approximately 40; multiple subdivisions from start to finish and highway construction. As Superintendent was responsible for crew, ensuring jobs were completed to specification, on time and within budget. Was in charge of clearing and grubbing, pipe installation, sub grade elevation and compaction, finish rock grade, compaction and all aspects of paving
Crosland Excavation, San Luis Obispo, CA / Portland, OR / Bozeman, MT 1992-2003
Owner/General Manager: Directed and organized commercial projects:
Subdivisions; multi-million dollar commercial buildings; waste water treatment plants etc. Led construction crews of over 50, owned and operated heavy equipment. Analyzed layouts, hired subcontractors, and scheduled projects. Inspected construction to guarantee that workmanship conformed to plans and contract requirements. Oversaw the testing of plumbing, electrical, and mechanical installations. Was in charge of all crews from dirt through paving. Secured necessary material samples, bonds, and waivers. Handled billing, employee payroll, and maintenance of equipment.
Prior to 1992
I started out in 1978 in framing then in 1980 was promoted to Forman of the crew. In 1982 I started as pipe layer moved up to top hand then foemen. After that I started to operate equipment and then moved in to a supervisor roll until 1992 when I started Crosland Excavation.
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
• Confident Persons Course for Underground Supervision
• Confined Space Training
• Dust Control Compliance Training
• Over 100 HR OSHA
• First Aid
● Core Of Engineers Construction Quality Management Certificate
Moses Lake Air Base A 1.5 million dollar pavement removal and replacement job for the Core of Engineers. I was in charge of the removal of 90 thousand square feet of pavement, milling and removal. Preparing the sub-grade, over excavation in some spots and repaving. I ran a crew of over 30.
Wetland Rehabilitation Project A 1.7. million dollar earth moving and pipe job for the Core Of Engineers I was in charge of organizing all scrapers, compactors water trucks and crew to move over 50,000 yards of cut and fill .Then we ran a water line and installed all the irrigation to landscape and water 22 acres. I was in charge all change orders, billings, payroll, and close out. This job was also over seen by the city of Costa Mesa Ca.
Border Fence A 3.5 million dollar repair on the border fence. I was in charge of repairing the fence for the Core Of Engineers, my duties included running a crew of 12 men, ordering all materials, keeping daily logs and all Q.C. paper wo
Roundup Power Plant A multi million dollar coal power plant.
I was in charge of installing all the under ground transmission linens and all gas, power, water, and commutation lines. I was in charge of all the excavation of the buildings, roads and site grading. My duties included running a crew of 65 and keeping track of all materials, all change orders and keeping daily logs.
Cascade Ridge A 30 million dollar ski resort in Big Sky Montana.
I was the head of the entire infrastructure, which included all lift stations, sewer force main, water mains, road excavation, cuts and fills. I ran the crew, scheduled subcontractors, ordered materials, and worked with the engineer for all staking, testing, and completion reports. We built an 8 million dollar treatment plant that included three lagoons, with liners and airaeators a chlorination room, and ultraviolet room. I was in charge of all employees (35) and did all the paper work, material ordering, take offs, compaction logs, and state submittals.
Billings Waste Water Treatment Plant A 11.3 Million dollar rehab project to the city of Billings Montana treatment plant. I started out as a general superintendent then was permuted to a Project Manager. The project consisted of two new lagoons, new lift station, new ultraviolet room, and complete screening building. I was in charge of all change orders, submittals, employee hiring and firing, weekly meetings, schedule and payment requests.
Laurel Glenn Subdivision A 2.7 million dollar 160 lot subdivision in Bozeman Montana. This development included a 27 foot deep lift station and over a mile of force main. I was the general contractor, my duties included; all the bidding, ordering of materials, scheduling the subcontractors, supervising a crew of 25 men, maintenance work on 15 pieces of machinery and all company trucks, checking grade to ensure the plans matched all cut and fills for proper quantities. I also did all necessary paper work and was responsible for city and customer satisfaction.
Butte Silver Bow Water Line Reclamation Project A 13.5 million dollar project I supervised for Chief Construction. My job entailed running a crew of 35 men in Butte Montana for the removing of old water lines and installing new lines in order to keep fresh water to the residents. I was in charge of hiring new union crew members and replacing individuals who were let go. I held safety meetings every Monday for all employees and subcontractors, did all the take offs, scheduled the subcontractors, designed traffic control, made sure water was portable, attended weekly meetings with the city, was responsible for all locates, and lined out the crew to make sure the job was on schedule.
Highway 191 North of Big Timber Montana A 12 million dollar project in which I was a subcontractor for DeAtley Construction. I was in charge of removing all bridges and replacing them with six to ten foot culverts. I ran a crew of 22 men, our duties were to remove all bridges and install large diameter culverts, and lay out for all the cuts and fills, and we were also in charge of replacing one of the bridges. We had to ensure that one lane of 191 was open at all times, making coordination of this project crucial. We worked with the state and the county to do all the cut and fills, compaction tests, safety and traffic control and 12 miles of erosion control.
Harrison Waste Water Treatment Plant A 1.2 million dollar project in which I was the general contractor. I was in charge of bidding, scheduling all sub-contractors, ordering all materials, and running all the crew. We did all the dirt work and preparation for the liners, installed 29 manholes, 9,000 feet of gravity sewer, a mile of force main, we also hooked up all 85 houses to the new system, re-graveled and graded the streets, installed all the structures at the lagoons and did the final seeding.
Willow Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant A 2.3 million dollar project in which I was a subcontractor for the town of Willow Creek. We were responsible for all dirt work to build three sewer lagoons. We installed a lift station, 4,000 feet of force main, ultraviolet structure, recirculation pumps and building, power structure, aerators, and all site grading.