Construction Project Manager Resume
|Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction
|Desired Job Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
||Date Posted: 2/5/2009
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 02/05/09
|Desired Wage: 110000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Seeking a full time, long term position as a Construction Project Manager with a CM/inspection or design/build firm. I am currently at the supervisor/manager level, managing multiple projects with several site representatives. Though I am happy within this role, I would also be content managing a large transportation or building project as a Resident Engineer/Site Representative. I enjoy travel.
Jan 2008 – Present: Senior Transportation Construction Manager
Buchart-Horn, Inc., 101 Eves Rd, Marlton, NJ 38119
SE Pennsylvania and New Jersey responsibility representing the owner as inspection staff oversight; construction manager on highway, school, and wastewater treatment plant construction projects to ensure quality construction by contractors in accordance with the plans, specifications, permits, and Construction Manuals. Responsibilities include environmental concerns, permit compliance, demolition, structures, concrete, drainage, infrastructure, asphalt, traffic control, erosion control, landscaping, traffic signals, pay measurements/submittals, change order/force account recommendations, estimates, diaries, inspector supervision, chairing meetings, schedule monitoring, personnel, surveying, as-builts, permit coordination, owner coordination, staff supervision, etc. Also plans review for constructability, value engineering, consistency/errors, assumed means & methods, construction schedule, etc. Includes client primary contact, contract administration, project management, manpower planning, subconsultant coordination, etc. Scouting, training, teaming, in-house standards, proposals, owner/client satisfaction, public relations, etc. were part of this position.
August 2004 – Dec 2007: Construction Manager
Buchart-Horn, Inc., 660 American Ave, King of Prussia PA 19406
On-site responsibility as Construction Manager on $210 million Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission urban highway/bridges reconstruction project to ensure quality construction by contractors in accordance with the plans, specifications, Construction Manuals, permits, etc. Responsibilities include planning, assignment, coordination, oversight of inspection crews covering demolition, structures, concrete, asphalt, traffic control, erosion control, landscaping, traffic signals, pay measurements/submittals, change order recommendations, estimates, diaries, inspector supervision, chairing meetings, schedule monitoring, personnel, surveying, as-builts, permit coordination, owner coordination, staff supervision, etc. Staff encompassed 3 simultaneous Resident Engineers; 7 subconsultants, 50 site staff at the largest.
May 2002 – July 2004: Resident Engineer, Project Manager
Buchart-Horn, Inc., 1083 West Rex Road, Memphis, TN 38119
On-site responsibility representing the owner on highway construction projects to ensure quality construction by contractors in accordance with the plans, specifications, and Construction Manuals. Responsibilities include demolition, structures, concrete, asphalt, traffic control, erosion control, landscaping, traffic signals, pay measurements/submittals, change order recommendations, estimates, diaries, inspector supervision, chairing meetings, schedule monitoring, personnel, surveying, as-builts, permit coordination, owner coordination, staff supervision, etc. Projects include $24 million I-55 freeway/bridge reconstruction project for Arkansas State Highway & Transportation Department. Also performed construction oversight on Memphis Airport Taxiway Yankee and TN DPS Radio Tower construction projects. Interspersed with this was 6 months of design on TNDOT bridges, performing designs of roadways & structures for replacement of obsolete bridges. Design included preliminary studies, calculations, plans, details, and specifications for replacement of these bridges.
Oct 2000 – February 2002: Design/Build Construction Project Manager
Sempra Energy Solutions, 13238 E 19th PL, Aurora, CO, 80045
New Central Utility Plant Construction at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Aurora, Colorado. Responsible for control of the $27 million University of Colorado Health Science Center Fitzsimons Campus Central Utility Plant construction as Prime contractor in a Design/Build situation. New plant with some new equipment and some moved from old utility plant. Some tenant finish (offices, control rooms, locker rooms, etc). Infrastructure consisted of municipal demolition & reconstruction, manholes, catch basin, storm, sanitary, water, street reconstruction, parking lots, landscape, three large fuel tanks within secondary containment, boilers, chillers, utilities, etc. Handle all facets as Owner’s representative, included subcontracts, permitting, payment applications, vendor invoicing, quality control, schedule of values verification, purchase orders, subcontracts, change orders/force accounts, submittals, some design team direction, quality assurance, scheduling (Primavera), Safety, chaired Owners and Subcontractor’s meeting, dispute resolution, coordination, negotiation (partial with Corporate), mediation, coordinated project scope of work, construction estimates, surveying, traffic control, claims issues, controls, commissioning, temporary facilities, community issues, etc. Most of staff on site was Union; manpower often exceeded 100.
Oct 1999 – Jul 2000: Design/Build; Assistant Construction Manager (National)
Psychrometric Systems, Inc., 1767 Denver West Blvd, Golden, CO. 80401 (Out of Business)
Roving CM to bring cooling tower projects back within schedule. Prepared construction schedules and manpower plans for staffing, prepared project tool and equipment deliveries before superintendent was on site, tracked project financials for client satisfaction and our profit, and prepared documents to delineate and support contract changes. Arranged for local temporary union/nonunion help, purchases, subcontracts, housing for traveling help, safety, materials. Processed payment applications, payroll, invoices, etc. Miami Fort Power Plant Hyperbolic Cooling Tower Interior Reconstruction: Gut and replace interior structure of coal-fired electric production plant cooling tower. The hyperbolic cooling tower was approximately 200’ diameter and 300’ tall over a wet sump. This reconstruction called for a phased approach during mid-winter months to allow the plant to operate during the removal and replacement. The union crew numbered up to 80 people.
Feb 1999 – Oct 1999: Design/Build General Superintendent/Construction Manager
AmTech Engineering & Construction, Inc., 4343 Saguaro Trail, Indianapolis, IN 46268
Planned, organized, led, and controlled environmental and construction projects and superintendents for these. Included estimating, proposals, scheduling, cost control, personnel, invoicing, materials, purchase orders, Union direction, manpower location, etc. Multiple Fuel & Gasoline underground tanks and piping systems removal, cleanup, and replacement for 23 Indiana Toll Road Authority’s Toll Booths, Maintenance Yards, and some Law Enforcement facilities, including, their attendant piping, fuel pumps, piping, monitoring and discovery of existing contamination, and associated cleanup.
Oct 1993 – Jan 1999: Project Manager Engineering
Blackburn Architects, Inc., 3388 Founders Road, Indianapolis, IN 46268
Planned, organized, led, and controlled civil engineering projects for commercial developments, streets, subdivisions, site development, or drainage. Projects included site/grading plans, storm water analysis, erosion control, retaining walls, sanitary/septic systems, details, specifications, construction estimates, traffic control, and contract administration of civil engineering projects.
• Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering;
• Add'l survey/boundary law courses
CMAA Construction Managers Association of America
SAME: Society of American Military Engineers
ASHE: American Society of Highway Engineers
• 35 years of construction-related experience in buildings/infrastructure
• Several years contracting experience, including environmental, bridges, and buildings
• Several years design experience for architects, engineers, transportation agencies
• Several years inspection & construction management experience
• Project Manager responsibilities for more than 15 years
• Estimating and scheduling experience
• Extremely familiar with computers and software, including Primavera Project Manager, SureTrak, Primavera Expedition, all Microsoft products including Project Manager, all Windows versions (& DOS), Autocad, and have used dozens of other computer design software (Haestad Methods, Bentley, AutoTurn, MCACES, pavement design, graphics programs, accounting programs for P.M.'s, etc.).
• Certified Construction Manager: by CMAA via CMCI
• Registered as a Professional Engineer: AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, LA, IN, MS, PA, TN – active
NJ - application before the Board for approval IA, IL – lapsed, can restore
• Registered as a Professional Land Surveyor IN – lapsed, can restore
• Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering; survey/boundary law courses
• Published in “Public Works” Magazine
Available upon request.
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