Hands-on senior professional with 20+ years of experience leading high-performance teams and directing diverse projects (valued at $10,000 to $11 Billion) from conception to the final close-out documentation.
Sample Industries: Commercial, Education, Government, Industrial, Retail, Medical, Aviation, Restaurants, Hotels / Hospitality, Residential, Luxury / Custom Homes
The Perini Building Company was lead contractor on the project, with a total cost of approximately $11 Billion. CityCenter is the largest privately funded development (18-million-square-feet) in the United States. The project consists of six high rise buildings, including three hotels, a theatre, convention center, two residential towers, and a 500,000-square-foot retail center. To date, the US Green Building Council has awarded LEED Gold Certifications for ARIA Hotel Tower, ARIA Convention Center and Theater, and the Vdara Hotel.
Reported to General Superintendent. Direct Reports: 400 | Project Responsibility: $45 Million+.
Accountable for scheduling and field management of subcontractors to construct/build out of low rise structure, restaurants, back of house electrical and mechanical systems.
Recruited by Perini Management Services, Inc. as a Contractor Quality Control representative for a Force Protection Project in Iraq with a contract value of more than $300 million.
Accountable for all site specific testing and documentation of materials used in the construction of the foundations as well as all of the required inspections and documentation of the project.
Wholly responsible for all scopes of work including scheduling, budgets, and complete management of assigned construction project from start to finish. Since 2004, I have worked as a project superintendent building ultra high-end custom vacation homes ($4.5 million & up) in the Yellowstone Club (Big Sky, MT) for some of the world's wealthiest corporate elite.
Launched in 1996, Diamond Builders was started as a residential dwelling construction company specializing in medium- to high-end custom homes ($250,000 to $850,000+). The company grew from a one-person entity into a concrete construction company with 40+ employees and contracts worth $8 million+ in 2003. Sold company in 2004 after completing a contract at Minot AFB (North Dakota).Managed all aspects of operations including estimating and bidding. Worked as sub-contractor to a large nationwide company on military base projects, providing concrete construction services.
Co-owner/operator independent general contractor in both commercial and residential new construction and remodeling projects.