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Construction Superintendent Resume

Desired Industry: Real Estate SpiderID: 11865
Desired Job Location: Los Angeles, California Date Posted: 3/19/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 03/17/2007
Desired Wage: 80000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

Creative, highly accomplished Manager, with an impressive background
of designing and delivering high-profile engineering and construction
projects, seeks the next career challenge. Have assembled and
managed over 100-person crews globally and earned a solid reputation
for delivering high quality, safe and cost-effective structures and
equipment. Starting as Walt Disney Production's youngest department
head, earned successive responsibilities to oversee complex
construction and engineering projects for the motion picture industry.

* Managed Epcot's $52M Transportation Pavilion project

* Led 100+ crew to develop all special effects for Pirates of the
Caribbean II and III

* Won Academy Award for special effects on What Dreams May Come

A unique and effective leader, able to produce consistent results
and produce the highest level of internal/external customer
satisfaction. Available for relocation.

Jim Reedy Construction; Acton, CA 1986 - Present
Residential construction firm.


Built approximately fourteen 1800-3600 square foot homes at $130 per
square foot per year. Prepare cost estimates, create change orders,
hire construction crews, and interface with clients.

* Achieved a high level of customer satisfaction resulting in
strong referral business.

IATSE Local 44; Hollywood, CA 1985 - Present

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture
Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts.


Challenged to design and deliver high-quality, safe and well-
engineered displays, structures and equipment in the face of
aggressive budgets, working conditions and timelines. Create multi-
million dollar structures and effects based on budgets, requirements
and directors' creative input. Hire and manage 8-150 member project
teams. Set up on-site shops stocked with required machinery and tools
including lathes, mills, welders, and hand tools. Maintain quality
and safety in all operations.

* Coordinated and led 100+ crew members to construct execute all
special effects including full-size pirate ship, hydraulics, and live
action for Pirates of the Caribbean II and III within established
schedule and $12M budget.

* Won Academy Award for special effects on What Dreams May Come
completed on $4M budget with 40-member crew.

* Managed 80-person crew and $5M budget to create and coordinate
special effects for Terminator III.

* Designed and built 100-foot conveyor belt used to create
illusionary movement in What Dreams May Come starring Robin Williams.
Belt was used in additional projects including Planet of the Apes.

* Engineered and constructed ice-maker/shaver machine for Misery
that was used again in Edward Scissorhands starring Johnny Depp.

Reedy Robotronics Productions; Van Nuys, CA 1983 - 1985

Animated character designer and manufacturer.


Managed project lifecycle from conception to completion encompassing
budget preparation, scheduling, and materials procurement. Hired and
managed up to 65-person project teams.

* Built and engineered animatronics figures for Jewel Corps' Disney-
based Circus Playhouse.

* Designed, engineered, and led construction of kiosks and
animatronics for LA Olympics' museums.

* Led design and build of $2.5M Savannah, GA History of War
robotronics show.

* Directed project to design and manufacture animatronics orchestra
for nightclub.

Additional experience as Walt Disney Production's youngest
department head at 21 year of age.

Project Managed Epcot's $52M Transportation Pavilion within 2-year
project deadline.

Structural Engineering Courses - California State University,
Northridge; Northridge, CA

* Quality Control
* Project Life Cycle Management
* Budget Preparation
* Safety Standards
* Equipment Design & Manufacturing
* Cost Estimates
* Blueprint Reading
* Crew Hiring & Management
* Client Interactions

Additional Information:
California General Contractors License B-1
IATSE Apprenticeship Graduate
State/Federal Pyrotechnics License

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