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Senior Construction Project Manager Resume

Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction SpiderID: 76989
Desired Job Location: Austin, Texas Date Posted: 2/28/2016
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 150000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Versatile and highly focused professional with extensive experience and strong knowledge in all aspects of construction project

management, process development, business operations, and general operations administration. Highly analytical and results-oriented

individual; complemented with expertise in implementing strategies, resolving diverse issues, and achieving target goals. Capable of

working effectively within a challenging and fast-paced work environment.


Relevant Experience

CH2MHill (2008–Present)

MoPac Improvement Project: 2015–Present
Role: Claims Manager (General Management III)
Client: Texas Department of Transportation; Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority - Austin, TX, USA
Project Amount: $250M
Objective: Construction of express lanes, pedestrian bridges, and sound walls for the MoPac highway in Austin, Texas.
Serves an integral role in the Claims Management and Cost Recovery Team.
Efficiently determines, records, and negotiates cost recovery entitlements.

Town Center and Campus Upgrades, Package II: 2014–2015
Role: Program Manager
Client: Saudi Aramco - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Project Amount: $240M
Objective: Complete removal of interior and exterior finishes, mechanical, electrical, and piping systems of 40 student

Spearheaded the Project Team in all facets of project mobilization, procurement, and construction.
Managed all aspects of safety, procurement, schedule, progress, construction, cost, and successful completion of the project.
Negotiated key changes with the prime contractor to recover undefined costs on the contract.
Ensured the timely delivery of company internal status reports and coordinated cost trends as well as the project’s financial

Determined potential risks and obstacles and established risk mitigation strategies in direct collaboration with the prime


Energy East Pipeline: 2013–2014
Role: Estimate Manager
Client: TransCanada - Calgary, AB, Canada
Project Amount: $26B
Objective: Development of a Class IV estimate for the engineering, procurement, and construction of a 4,000-kilometer pipeline

capable of delivering 1.2 million barrels of crude oil from Alberta to marine terminals in Quebec and New Brunswick.
Oversaw the production of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) estimate for the pipeline, pump stations, tank and

marine terminals, and the owner’s costs through effectual program and construction administration.
Functioned as subject matter expert for the development of the Class IV estimate.
Established collaborative relationships among Estimating, Project Controls, Scheduling, Risk Management, Project Management, and

Engineering Management teams.
Improved communications between internal TransCanada estimating and project controls resources as well as external front-end

engineering and design (FEED) engineering resources for the formulation of the EPC estimate.
Took charge of maintaining documentation of historical cost data from actual hours, costs, and pricing.
Kept program directors abreast of the cost and cumulative impact of proposed design and scope changes.

Solvent Co-Injection Pilot Project: 2012–2013
Role: Project Manager
Client: STATOIL - Calgary, AB, Canada
Project Amount: $14M
Objective: Reconfiguration of an existing steam assisted gravity drainage well pad site to allow for the injection of solvent,

reducing the requirement for water, in the extraction of oil, by one-third.
Handled the project’s overall financial functions while spearheading the Project Team with project scheduling and planning.

Regional Estimating and Proposals Department: 2011–2013
Role: Regional Estimating Manager
Anchorage, AK, USA
Cultivated cross-discipline relationships within business groups which comprised of Construction (Union/Non-Union),

Operations/Maintenance, and Engineering to facilitate estimate development.
Adeptly administered estimates in all aspects of engineering, procurement, and construction.
Built productive relationships with clients, subcontractors, and suppliers.
Developed and implemented the estimating database and corporate estimating software platform; as well as the work break down

structure for the estimating database.
Supervised 14 estimators of all disciplines, which included civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical.
Developed the indirect portion of all estimates.

Fort Greely Power Plant: 2008–2009 - 2010–2011
Role: Project Manager
Client: Boeing Missile Defense | US Army Corps of Engineers - Delta Junction, AK, USA
Project Amount: $200M
Objective: Development of a HEMP shielded, structural steel, and precast structure housing five, three-megawatt generators

providing auxiliary power to the missile defense complex.
Closely worked with engineers and architects for the successful completion of the project design.
Identified and evaluated project cost trends and handled cash flow through the execution of innovative process and procedure.
Prepared and submitted monthly reports to the client which consisted of the projects’ current financial status as well as mitigation

strategies for impacts to cost and schedule.
Created and executed the earned value management system for the accurate measurement of the project’s progress and performance.

Alaska Command Head Quarters Renovation: 2009
Role: Construction Manager (Project Superintendent)
Client: US Army Corps of Engineers - Anchorage, AK, USA
Project Amount: $12M
Objective: Removal and replacement of the interior of a historically registered US Air Force facility.
Supervised asbestos abatement; removal and replacement of the mechanical, electrical and piping systems; and the installation of

secure areas for top-secret operations and communications.
Proficiently handled the project’s staff, direct hire craft, and subcontracted craft.
Provided effectual coaching and mentoring to construction staff for performance development.
Verified all project personnel transactions, purchase requisitions, and field design change requests.
Ensured client satisfaction for the completed work, which included the mechanical, electrical, and the piping coordination effort as

well as the pre-commissioning, commissioning, and turnover of the project.
Guaranteed the attainment of safety, quality assurance, financial performance, risk management, and business expectations.
Facilitated and oversaw the Health and Safety Program.

7-Bay F-22 Joint Strike Fighter Maintenance Facility: 2008
Role: Proposal Manager
Client: US Army Corps of Engineers - Anchorage, AK, USA
Project Amount: $21M
Objective: Winning proposal to design and build a tactical aircraft maintenance facility at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska.
Supervised a team of design build partners and support staff in creating a proposal for the facility’s design and construction.
Determined and eliminated potential project risks by presiding over proactive sessions.
Directed the proposal development process including client requirements attainment as well as scheduling and budgeting.
Maintained regular coordination with support staff and business group leadership.

United States Army

Multi-National Security Transition Command – Iraq, Military Infrastructure Program: 2007–2008
Role: Program Manager (U.S. Army Captain)
Client: Iraqi Ministry of Defense (US Department of Defense) - Baghdad, Iraq
Project Amount: $500M
Objective: Organization and development of military infrastructure projects for the Iraqi Ministry of Defense and the Multi-National

Security Transition Command – Iraq (MNSTC-I).
Coordinated program cost; potential cost and schedule impacts; and mitigation strategies with the command.
Developed facility requirements and executed over 50 EPC projects for the Taji National Supply Depot.
Held full responsibility for the engineering, procurement, and construction of the Infrastructure Repair Regiment program; Old

Muthanna Detention Facility; and Diyala Operations Center.
Gained distinction as the personal construction engineer for the commanding general of the Coalition Army Transition Team.

Chambers Construction

Multiple Projects: 2006–2007
Role: Project Manager
Eugene, OR, USA
Objective: Development of asphalt production facilities, flight-based operations centers, heavy equipment sales and maintenance

centers, and a sound recording studio.
Partnered with architects and engineers in designing and constructing facilities.
Guaranteed adherence to established project delivery processes, which included scope, schedule, budget and other specified

performance requirements in the contract.

Western Site Work Services
Owner/Operator - Albany, OR, USA 2005–2006
Solely developed and managed a civil and site work construction company including all facets of company finance; as well as

subcontractors and suppliers providing the labor, materials, and equipment for excavation, grading, and foundation work.

Earlier Career:

Kiewit Construction Company (2001–2005)
Schedule Engineer, Sound Transit Headquarters and Maintenance Facility - Seattle, WA, USA
Construction Manager, Blair Lakes Range Maintenance Facility - Blair Lakes, AK, USA
Change Order Manager, Anchorage International Airport, Concourse C, Phase II - Anchorage, AK, USA
Construction Manager, Anchorage International Airport, Concourse C, Phase II - Anchorage, AK, USA
Project Engineer, Washington State Convention & Trade Center - Seattle, WA, USA

Skanska USA (1997–2001)
Project Engineer, Boeing, Safeco Insurance - Seattle, WA, USA

Other Experience

United States Army Reserve – Various Locations (1989–2012)
Major (Retired)
Brigade Logistics; Supply Officer (Major) - Fort Richardson, AK, USA
Program Manager, Operation Iraqi Freedom (Captain) - Baghdad, Iraq
Brigade Commandant (Captain) - Fort Richardson, AK, USA
Company Commander (Captain) – Seattle, WA, USA
Company Executive Officer (1st Lieutenant) – Seattle, WA, USA
Platoon Leader (2nd Lieutenant) – Seattle, WA, USA
Officer Candidate (Staff Sergeant) – Oregon Military Academy, Monmouth, OR, USA
Administrative Assistant (Specialist) – Corvallis, OR, USA



Master of Science; Construction Management: In Progress (25% Complete)
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Certificate; Construction Management
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Bachelors of Science; Housing and Human Environments (Housing Design)
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR



Associated General Contractors, Legislative Affairs Committee (AGC)
Project Management Institute, Member (PMI) - Veterans of Foreign Wars, Member (VFW)


Program Management ~ Cost Control ~ Budgeting ~ Operational Streamlining ~ Strategic Planning and Implementation
Solution Assessment ~ Conflict Resolution ~ Team Training and Development ~ Regulatory Compliance

Additional Information:


General Contractor’s License – State of Oregon (For Renewal)
Construction Quality Assurance Management Certificate - US Army Corps of Engineers

Professional Development

CH2M Hill Leadership Excellence through Accelerated Development (LEAD) | 30-Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course | Kiewit

Construction Survey Course | Kiewit Construction Supervisory Course - Kiewit Construction Concrete False Work and Shoring School -

Courses on Masonry Construction | US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Assurance Course | US Army Contracting Officer’s

Representative Training | Combat Life Savers Training | US Army Counter Insurgency Training-Arabic Culture Training | Infantry

Officer’s Basic Course | Officer Candidate School | US Army Boot Camp

Awards and Honors

Earned recognition and broadened knowledge of the company and operations by being selected, as a high-potential employee, to

participate in the Leadership Excellence through Accelerated Development (LEAD) Program – CH2MHill
Obtained the Superintendent’s Safety Award for management of 10,000 labor hours without a single accident – Kiewit Construction
Gained various military awards in Iraq including Operation Iraqi Freedom; Campaign Medal and the Joint Overseas Commendation Medal

Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite Applications | Sage Timberline Estimating Software | Adobe Acrobat | Wrench Document Control Platform

Available upon request.

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