Site Manager Site Superintendent - Building Trades Construction Resume
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Site Manager/Site Superintendent Resume

Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction SpiderID: 52020
Desired Job Location: Navarre, Florida Date Posted: 6/22/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 120000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No

Outstanding, enthusiastic, and
accomplished construction project
manager offering more than 16 years
project management with United States
Air Force Rapid Engineer Deployable
Heavy Operations Repair Squadron
Engineer (RED HORSE) complemented with
24 years USAF experience-retired
honorably in the grade of Master
Heavy equipment operator with CDL Class-
A, recently recertified to operate
hydraulic cranes up to 80 tons through
Crane Institute of America. Powered with
track record of success in completing
projects by coordinating trades,
developing partnerships, and building
positive rapport with all levels of
Innovative with a reputation of being
consistent in delivering huge complex
projects within budget and time
constraints. Familiar with business and
management principles involving
strategic planning, resource allocation,
risk analysis, and production methods as
well as coordinating people and
Capable of directing multiple teams and
projects in diverse locations
simultaneously. Flexible in terms of
working conditions (time, location, and
others) with extensive bare base
experience across Afghanistan, Iraq,
Qatar, Bahrain, Bosnia, Egypt, UAE,
Hungary, Albania, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait,
Diego Garcia, Kyrgyzstan. Experienced in
handling sensitive information;
currently holds a Government Secret
security clearance.

Project Manager ~ Kandahar, Afghanistan

- Led the Mustang Ramp Project,
which is the Command South’s $704K
number 1 construction priority that
accomplished the existing ramp expansion
by 217,000 square feet.

Site Manager ~ Camp Bastion, Afghanistan

- Managed the 90,000 square-foot
AM-2 parking ramp.

Project Estimator | Planner ~ Shaw and
Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base, USA

- Played a vital role in
evaluating 9 projects valued at $6M.

Project Manager ~ Al Udeid, Qatar

- Spearheaded the relocation of
munitions storage area road project that
is involved in the $1M safety upgrade to
boost clear zones.

Site Superintendent ~ Kirkuk Air Base,
Iraq 2008

- Supervised 60 airmen involved in
the $5.4M asphalt mill and overlay
runway repair project.
- Streamlined the 1.3M square-foot
repair and managed the placement of more
than 35,000 tons of asphalt.

Site Superintendent ~ Kandahar Air Base,
Afghanistan 2008

- Directed a team of 21 to
complete the $1.5M, 36-acre Marine bed
down relocation
- Conceptualized the plan that
called for more than 2,3 million cubic
feet of fill to be relocated to reduce
probable drainage problems.

Project Inspector ~ Keesler Air Force
Base, MS, USA 2007

- Rendered direct oversight of
projects worth more than $4M, including
the critical $1M+ gas valve replacement
project and a new base well with the
capacity to supply half the base with
potable drinking water.

Site Manager/Logistics Coordinator ~
Forward Operating Base (FOB) Sharana,
Afghanistan 2006

- Spearheaded the Department of
Defense’s number 1 priority road project
worth more than $25M, as well as the bed
down of 110 Air Force engineers.
- Assumed a leadership role in
managing 120 pieces of construction
equipment, which is part of the $15.5M
rental contract.
- Served as QA inspector for the
government, formulating and tracking
reports for the Air Force Civil
Engineering Agency (AFCESA) and the
Theatre Civil Engineer.

Project Manager ~ Forward Operating Base
(FOB), Khayr Kot Castle (KKC),
Afghanistan 2006

- Led the construction of a main
supply route (MSR) between KKC and FOB
- Effectively supervised 64 airmen
and $2.6M of rental/Army construction

Crew Leader ~ Keesler Air Force Base,
MS, USA 2005

- Rendered professional leadership
for the recovery efforts after the
Hurricane Katrina.
- Directed the team that
effectively removed 37,000 tons of
debris in 10 days.
- Facilitated morning safety
meetings for the crew.

Site Manager ~ Naval Air Station,
Bronson Field , Pensacola, FL, USA

- Played a leadership role in
eliminating more than 212 acres of
deteriorated pavement with milling
machines, resulting to significant
savings of $246K in estimated contract
costs and opening an area for parachute
training for the Navy.

Project Manager ~ Kelly AFB, TX, USA

- Substantially built more than
41,000 square feet of new asphalt and
oversaw 2 airfield projects with a total
of $445K.

Logistic Coordinator | Project Planner ~
Balad Air Base, Iraq 2004

- Managed a 2.1M square-foot and
$27M helicopter parking apron project
for 132 aircraft.

Project Manager ~ Balad Air Base, Iraq

- Governed permanent runway
repairs on a 104,000-square-foot, bomb-
damaged alternate runway of 3,200 cubic
meters of concrete.

Horizontal Construction Supervisor ~
Baghdad, Iraq 2003

- Served as part of the Airborne
REDHORSE Team that was deployed to
Baghdad International Airport; analyzed
1M square yards of pavements and
spearheaded emergency repairs on the
largest crater (99 up-heaved slabs).

Crew Supervisor ~ Langley Air Force
Base, VA, USA 2003

- Orchestrated the Hurricane
Isabel recovery initiative.

Project Foreman ~ Al Udeid Air Base,
Qatar 2002

- Supervised a 20-man crew in
installing 6,000 feet of underground
power/communication line to support
units construction of a 2,400-man tent
city during the Operation Enduring

Crew Leader/Paving Foreman (Secretary of
Defense) ~ Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar

- Oversaw the Military
Construction (MILCON) aircraft parking
ramp and constructed $9.1M 42,000-cubic
yard concrete ramp measuring 1,280x640
feet to park 14 KC-135 refuelers or 56
- Directed the paving of 2 asphalt
taxiways totaling to 11,000 tons and
consisting of multiple lifts and meeting
airfield smoothness criteria.

Crew Leader ~ Manas Airport, Kyrgyzstan

- Supervised crew in building the
new aircraft maintenance tent city by
clearing 420,000-square-foot area and
removing over 30,000 tons of excess fill
- Utilized excess in producing
berms for POL fuel farm; spearheaded the
coordination of 48,000 tons of base
course that was accomplished 2 weeks
prior to deadline.

Project Manager ~ Seymour Johnson Air
Force Base, NC, USA 2001

- Managed the elimination of 2
WWII abandoned taxiways totaling more
than 200,000 square feet, while
facilitating training of new crew on
asphalt milling operations.
- Directed the project in removing
deteriorated asphalt from base gym
parking lot, which generated $200K
savings in additional contract services
for the government.

Project Manager ~ Hurlburt Field, FL,
USA 2001

- Successfully managed the $76K
parking lot project, which included
coordination of the milling, mechanical
stabilization, base course
placing/compaction, and grading



Project Manager ~ RAF Mildenhall,
England 2000

Project Manager ~ Prince Sultan Air Base
(PSAB), Saudi Arabia 2000

Paving Foreman ~ Cannon Air Force Base,
NM, USA 1999

Crew leader ~ Taszar Air Base, Hungary

Project Manager ~ Moody Air Force Base,
GA, USA 1999

Crew Leader ~ Sheik Isa Airbase, Bahrain

Project Manager ~ Doha Air Base, Qatar

Crew Leader ~ Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia

Crew Leader/Paving Trainer ~ Charleston
Air Force Base, SC, USA 1996

Crew leader ~ Prince Sultan Air Base
(PSAB), Saudi Arabia 1996

Small Crew Supervisor ~ Cairo, Egypt

Small Crew Supervisor ~ Hurlburt Field,
FL, USA 1995

Postal Service Center Manager ~ Ramstein
and Kapaun Air Force Bases, Germany

Construction Equipment Journeyman ~
Tinker Air Force Base, OK, USA 1990–

Construction Equipment Apprentice ~
Tinker Air Force Base, OK, USA 1987–



Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Project Management and Operations
Safety Training Programs
Material Resource Planning
Quality Assurance and Inspection
Construction Management
Building Materials Standard
Time and Budget Management
Staff Training and Mentoring
Strategic and Tactical Planning
Problem Analysis and Conflict Resolution
Cross-Functional Collaboration
Cost Control and Reduction

Additional Information:

Crane Operator Certification ~ Crane
Institute of America (2002–Present)

Explosive Demolition and Quarry School ~
Las Vegas, NV (2008, 2001, and 1995)

World of Concrete in Las Vegas and
Seminars on Mix Design, Concrete
Admixtures, Fiber in Concrete, and
Decorative Concrete (2007, 2004)

Project Estimators Course ~ Construction
Estimating Institute (2006)

Supervisory and Leadership Schools,
Levels 1, 2, and 3 (2005, 1997, and

Concrete Batch Plant School ~ Las Vegas,
NV (1996)

Welding Course ~ Bay Area Vocational
School (1995)

Crane Inspector Course ~ Crane
Inspection & Certification Bureau
(CICB), Orlando FL (1996)

Heavy Equipment Operator Course ~ Fort
Leonard Wood, MO (1987)

Available upon request.

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