|Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction
|Desired Job Location: Akron, Ohio
||Date Posted: 10/6/2010
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: asap
|Desired Wage: 85000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
To Whom It May Concern:
RE: Henry Charles Hoeft III (Chuck)
From graduation to the most recent opportunity as a Seconded Project Manager for Florida Power and Light through Day Zimmermann NPS for the past fourteen years, my hard work, diligence and willingness to learn have allowed me to take on assignments with increasing amounts of responsibility. As the attached resume shows, I have been involved with over $1 Billion of a diverse variety of multi-million dollar projects.
Some of the responsibilities on these projects included but were not limited to scope creation, bid obtainment/review, assistance in GMP creation, estimating, design constructability review, submittal review, material procurement, manpower allocation, pay application review/negotiation, change order estimating/negotiation, budget updating, shop drawing/submittal review, subordinate training/management, scheduling/schedule updating, project documentation control, punch list creation, subcontractor coordination, safety assurance, quality control, etc. Numerous letters of reference (available upon request) are some clues to the relationships I have produced on the technical, complex, and yet delicate Scripps Biomedical Research Institute and other projects. Through my knowledge of construction, ability to work independently and as a team with minimal oversight assists me to excel in any position. Good computer, documentation, written, and oral skills, while holding on to the relationships of all involved proves to be an asset. Expertise in forecasting/solving difficult situations prior to them becoming a problem assists the project, team and subcontractors to get the job done within time constraints and budget. Involvement with extracurricular activities to assist in furthering the Weitz Company’s (previous employer) implementation of sustainable business/construction practices/education through the EnviroWeitz committee membership, USGBC membership, LEED implementation, The Weitz Company’s Florida Business Unit’s USGBC liaison and attendance to the USGBC National Convention in Boston proves my dedication and loyalty.
Construction has been my career path up to this point. At Michigan State University my majors started with Mechanical Engineering, to Chemical Engineering, to Civil Engineering with an Environmental Emphasis, to Civil Engineering, to Material Science Engineering and finally Construction Management. My technical background, ability to learn, and eagerness to succeed will be a strong asset. I feel confident that given the opportunity, I can make an immediate and continual contribution to your firm. I would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your requirements. You can reach me by phone at (561) 935-7227 or at email@example.com.
Henry Charles Hoeft III (Chuck)
HENRY CHARLES HOEFT III (CHUCK)
22655 Cedar Court, Hazel Park Mi 48030 (561) 935-7227 firstname.lastname@example.org
Michigan State University
Bachelor of Science - Building Construction Management
March 2009 to Present Seconded Project Manager to Florida Power & Light, Supervisor - Day Zimmermann - Port St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant, FL
$655K Cost Plus Contract for the SL1-23 Unit 1 Outage Turbine Support. This project consists of carpenter/electrical/labor support for the replacement/repair/maintenance of the governor valves, throttle valves, generator & exciter components.
$492K Cost Plus Contract for the North Service Building Renovations. This project consists of relocation of Day Zimmerman Electrical/Insulator/Labor/Insulator/Iron Worker/Pipe Fitter/Sheet Metal shops, Planning, Supervisors, Safety, and Management to the North Service Building.
$248K Cost Plus Contract for the Delta Fabric Building Renovations. This project consists of renovations of a 2 story golf dome type structure to include cubicles & offices.
$13.6M Lump Sum contract to build the FPL –PSL-Nuclear Power Plant-Maintenance Building. This project consists of a 31,000 SF 3 story maintenance/office building, which includes 1 jib & 2 monorail cranes, precast/hollowcore structure, HVAC system, 1,000KVA service, and a data/voice/security system connected to the owner’s campus network. This project is located on the existing and sensitive Nuclear Power Plant Campus.
January 2006 to February 2009 Assistant Project Manager - The Weitz Company - Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Port St. Lucie, FL
$13.6M Lump Sum contract to build the FPL –PSL-Nuclear Power Plant-Maintenance Building as described above.
$153 M GMP contract to build the Scripps Biomedical Research Institute. This project consists of a 100,109 SF 4 story, 113, 425 SF 5 story and another 132,888 SF 4 story lab office buildings. This project includes numerous BSL/vivarium/drug discovery/molecular/biomedical labs, office/administrative rooms, kitchen, and executive wing.
$10M GMP contract to build the Homewood Suites. This project consists of a 6 story 125,000 hotel with 93 suites, business center, laundry, kitchen, and a pool
March 2003 to January 2006 Superintendent - Walbridge Aldinger - Detroit, Wayne, Ypsilanti, MI & Vaughan ON (International Assignment)
$43M Construction management contract to renovate and build an addition to the South Eastern High School. This project consists of a 85,222SF addition and a 135,323SF renovation. This project includes gym, media center, labs, library, pool, automotive technology lab, cafeteria/kitchen, and full mechanical/electrical support.
$450M Program management contract to build additions to the Michigan Truck Plant for Ford Motor Company. This project utilized a joint venture for the phased tooling and program management for the base building portion of the contract. This project includes an addition to Body, Stamping, and Assembly.
$23M Construction management contract to build the Bass Pro Shop. This project consists of a 130,047SF retail sporting goods store. Specialty features include an archery range, aquarium, laser target arcade, golf driving range, exterior water feature, and several other specialty icons throughout the facility.
$80M Lump sum contract to build the Center for Forensic Psychiatry. This project consists of a 2 story 338,660SF mental hospital/prison on a 186 acre site. This project includes a library, gymnasium, kitchen, dining facilities, barbershop, medical clinic, dental clinic, sport courts, courtroom, patient services, full security system, conference/training/lecture rooms, patient rooms/cells, etc.
April 2002 to January 2003 Project Engineer - Ellis Don - Decatur GA & Auburn Hills MI
$33M Construction management contract to build the Fulton County Juvenile Court Facility. This project consists of a 4 story 187,000SF courthouse. This courthouse includes holding cells, eight courtrooms, judge chambers, 3 story atrium, kitchen, library, and probation/administration/lawyer support offices.
$20M Lump sum contract to build the BorgWarner Powertrain Technical Center. This project consists of a 3 story 183,000SF lab/office. This research and development building supports environmental, noise, durability, dynamometer, cycle testing of prototype transmission/transfer case components, with complete administrative and engineering facilities.
May 1997 to April 2002 Superintendent - Turner Construction Company - Ann Arbor MI, Atlanta, Decatur, & Gainesville GA
$165M Cost plus contract to build the Pfizer Global Research and Development facility. This GMP, which will be updated to a CGMP pharmaceutical project, consists of a 4 story 189,000SF lab/office building and a 4 story 222,000SF research and development building. This facility supports the research, development, and production of various experimental and implemental drugs.
$105M GMP contract to build the Turner Broadcasting System’s Building 1000. This network operations project consists of three buildings. A 5 story 145,000SF building with a 2 story underground parking deck, a 6 story 185,000SF building with a 4 story underground parking deck. A 7,000SF Central Plant.
$23M GMP contract to build the Veteran’s Administration Regional Office. This office building project consists of a 4 story 185,000 SF office building and a 4 story precast parking deck.
$32M GMP contract to build the Riverside Military Academy. This educational project consists of a 4 story 180,000 SF academic residence.
May 1994 to May 1997 Assistant Project Representative - Michigan State University Physical Plant Engineering Services – E. Lansing MI
Equine Teaching and Research Center ($947,000) Infectious Disease Containment Facility, BL3 Containment facility ($3.5M), University Research Containment Facility, BL3 Containment facility ($7.5M), Wilson Hall Masonry Restoration ($512,000) Food Safety/Toxicology Center, Lab/Office ($24.2M), Owen Hall Masonry Restoration ($1.2M)
Michigan State University
Bachelors of Science
Building Construction Management
Also was majored in Mechanical, Chemical, Civil with Environmental Empasis, Civil, Material Science Engineering
NAHB, AGC, LEED, USGBC
Some responsibilities on projects included but were not limited to scope creation, bid obtainment/review, assistance in GMP creation, estimating, design constructability review, submittal review, material procurement, manpower allocation, pay application review/negotiation, change order estimating/negotiation, budget updating, shop drawing/submittal review, subordinate training/management, scheduling/schedule updating, project documentation control, punch list creation, subcontractor coordination, safety assurance, quality control, etc
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