Majid Fouladi

  • Orlando,FL US
Majid Fouladi

Portfolio

Work History

Work History

Aug 1998 - Present

VP

APEC
Aug 1998 - Present

VP

APEC

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VP, CFO, GC qualifier, APEC Orlando. FL 1988-present Own and operate a general contracting firm that offers a number of services Including Governmental, Commercial, Design build, CM at Risk, General Contracting, Effectively manage and strengthen relationships with clients, architects, engineers, building officials, and bank representatives. Supervise and motivate teams of up to 150 in-house employees and various subcontractors. Oversee dally operations, sub-contractor arrangements, quality control, Job site coordination, and client meetings. Manage payroll, budgeting, and job safety. Develop designs and build drawings and obtain permits. Produce cost/price estimates, and order materials.

DELIVERED RESULTS

• Established business from an Initial $10,000 investment, achieving annual gross sales of $20 million /year-within five years with accumulated assets of over $3.5 million dollar and no major debts. • Aggressively grew business through hard work, outstanding customer service, and constant referrals. • Successfully completed various Municipalities, FDOT projects, commercial projects, numerous Roadways, Highway, Bridges and Buildings . Maintained a perfect safety record for all employees. Continually implemented highly effective procedures that Improved productivity and minimized down time. KEY PROJECT- Completed the Term Contract with FDOT, Seminole, Orange, lake, Osceola County, Orange county convention, Universal Studios, Sea world Recognized as the driving force behind the project; closely Involved with all phases of the project, which was constantly changing because of the unique building structure. • Participated in many design aspects from both an engineering perspective and the architectural side. Earned great admiration from both the owner and the designers of the projects.

Aug 1993 - Aug 1998

Sr Project Manager

Universal Studios

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Senior Project Manager, Government Liaison (FDOT, City of Orlando and Orange County),

Cement relationships with developers, contractors, and county and city officials. Propose and close new business deals by coordinating requirements, developing & negotiating contracts and integrating contract requirements with business operations. Sr. Project Manager for I-4 Interchange and the Island of adventure infrastructure projects which totaled over $300 million. Development, planning implementation and completion. Developed a model for fund usage between the City of Orlando, Orange County and Universal Studios. Created a “TIFF” time keeping cost system to monitor construction performance and maintain schedules within budget.

Directed and coordinated activities of project Including Conducted technical feasibility studies, cash flow diagram, working capital requirements, proposed project budget, master project schedule and financial analysis, Negotiated claim resolution, chaired meetings, and validated field operations performance for subcontractor insurance and surety bond issues, recommended recovery strategy approved by bonding company, created CPM schedule, set project controls, replaced non-performing contractors, guided new replacement contractors that successfully completed turn-around, Reviewed project issues, projected cash needs, confirmed schedule, and noted team performance for each project and prepared report on cumulative results of as many as 17 on-going concurrent projects at varying phases of construction for executive management. Prepared contract utility agreements, instructed operations managers on contract terms, conditions.

Aug 1982 - Aug 1993

Project Manager

PBSJ

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Completed the $150 million Northern Turnpike Improvement project for Osceola, Orange and Lake County. Five FTPK/FDOT projects including construction of north and southbound lanes, five administration buildings, new ramps, Construction of two major bridges, toll facilities and mitigation areas. In Clearwater, oversaw the construction of $120 million 49th Street Bridge for Pinellas County. Project consisted of new construction of southbound lanes and bridges (2,427 L.F.), two administration buildings, two ramps, multi-lane precast and flat slab, post tension superstructures, widening of extension roads. In 1991 and 1993 PBS&J, received national awards for outstanding achievements and project excellence on projects, directly managed. In Miami, oversaw the $65 million I-95 HOV (package A/B) for Dade/Broward counties. FDOT project consisted of construction north and southbound lanes, ramps, six new bridges (built in three phases), widening to two bridges and two temporary detour bridges. Project also involved complex MOT. Completed $30 million I-95 bridge project. FDOT project consisted of three new 1,978 L.F. high level multi-lane steel bridges and relocation and construction of approaches on I-95. Involved subsoil excavation, heavy grading, on-site and off-site truck hauled borrows excavation and related embankment and roadway construction.

Education

Education
Jan 1979 - 1982

BS

Florida International University