David E. Mizell, P.E., Bcee
- St. Louis US-MO
- [email protected]
Managed Wastewater/Water Supply Engineering Department and projects. Projects include team member roles on St Louis Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) watershed engineering work for the Project Clear Program to eliminate CSOs and SSOs in response to Consent Decree. Projects include civil/structural design and environmental investigation of parts of River Des Peres interceptor tunnel and the Jefferson Barracks tunnel, hydraulic modeling of sanitary sewer relief design on multiple watersheds, and infiltration/inflow surveys for the reduction of private sources within the MSD system.
Spearheaded corporate initiative for implementation of new AJERA project cost accounting system, focusing on Project Manager training, support, and Legacy Project resolution. General Manager of ABNA's newly-formed Construction Operations Division providing site-civil and infrastructure rehabilitation services.
Masters Thesis developed a simulation model of urban runoff pollution.
Received a Bachelor of Science with a major in Astronomy; also from Case Western Reserve
Accomplished engineering project manager and leader with experience managing large-scale construction, environmental, sustainable and "green-oriented" programs. Provided the highest level of guidance needed and expected within 21st Century project engineering, and consistently delivered outstanding results. Dependably conducted operations and created a spirit of success and excellence; utilized auditing, assessment and problem-solving abilities, and team leadership dynamic strategies to build accountability and enhanced performance. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including effective public speaking and presentation skills, and the ability to take initiative, exercise sound judgment and handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment; demonstrated evidence of strong analytical skills and the ability to think strategically, develop collaborative relationships and work effectively with diverse groups. Possess a flexible, adaptable style with a hands-on approach to leadership; a skilled leader who knows how to listen, and thrives in an atmosphere demanding excellence, autonomy, and strong team-building skills.
1.0 Practical experience with all aspects of decommissioning, demolition and dismantling projects, including: cost estimating, budgeting, preparing work plans, scheduling, tracking and reporting; preparation of bid documents including scope of work and contracts
a) Relentlessly followed-up to monitor performance of demolition crews and sub-contractors to ensure that company and client requirements for quality, timely performance and costs are met
b) Expert knowledge of building demolition and infrastructure, as well as recycling technology and the techniques needed for successful processing of recyclable material
c) Prepared and submitted demolition estimates, critical path schedules, progress reports, cost tracking reports, and pay applications
2.0 Engineer in responsible charge of feasibility studies, preliminary design studies, long-range master plans, detailed design projects, development of contract documents, quality control reviews, bidding, minority business participation, subcontracting, engineering services during construction, and project startup
3.0 Facilitate across all disciplines including process, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and architecture for complete bid documents and administer engineering reviews during construction
a) Replacement of Southwest Wastewater Treatment Plant for the City of Rolla, Missouri
b) Replacement of the Headworks for the Missouri River Treatment Plant operated by the Metropolitan St Louis Sewer District, with capacity expansion to 190 million gallons per day, new state-of-the-art screening facility, new grit chambers, and new odor control systems
c) Long-Range Master Plans for Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment for Paragould, Arkansas
d) Storm Water Master Plans for Eureka and Hannibal, Missouri
4.0 Planned, oversaw and monitored assigned resources to ascertain that a project was meeting critical specifications and was on schedule, within budget, while at the same time ensured that proper billings were generated on each project
a) Experience with projects ranging in size and scope from $50,000 to $100 million
5.0 Program Management of strategic corporate and client initiatives
a) Managed underground storage tank leak detection program for USAF Air Mobility Command bases nationwide for a five-year period
b) Critical path scheduling analysis of two dozen contractor teams performing remediation at Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado
c) 3-Year Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery Contract for hazardous waste with US Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District
6.0 Proposed, designed and implemented projects with innovative features for key clients
a) In-Place Biological Treatment of diesel fuel contaminated soils in watershed downstream from Railroad Fueling Yard. Negotiated cleanup plan with Illinois EPA and Attorney General's office. Directed project team during cleanup. Result was highly sustainable, eliminating trucking of contaminated soils and landfill disposal, and returned forest ecosystem to productive use.
b) Pneumatic fracking feasibility and pilot-scale testing of groundwater cleanup from fuel spills at Tinker AFB Oklahoma. Project successfully demonstrated process feasibility and was completed under-budget.
7.0 Prepared system specifications and material requisitions of components for purchase, reviewed and technically evaluated supplier bids for award, and reviewed supplier documents for compliance
8.0 Resolved construction, startup, and operational problems, and interfaced with the client to modify the design or practice, as appropriate
a) Perceptive negotiator with the ability to remedy the natural tension between the bid selection processes and regulators/stakeholders
9.0 Determined appropriate techniques, procedures, and equipment for construction activities on projects
10.0 Reviewed contractor safety and security documentation and completed audits and field inspections to ensure compliance with regulations and effective protection of people and property
11.0 Inspected/reviewed projects to monitor compliance with scope of work and contract performance
a) Engineering services during construction of Headworks replacement for St Louis MSD at Missouri River Treatment Plant
12.0 Proven ability to set work priorities and to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, hands-on environment while meeting deadline
13.0 Excellent interpersonal skills and the capacity to relate well to diverse constituencies
Registered Professional Engineer
1979 - Missouri
1981 - Illinois
Formerly registered in Indiana, Kentucky, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska and Minnesota