Justin Conner

Justin Conner

Work History

Work History
May 2008 - Aug 2008

Project Intern

Lane Construction

-Worked on a $12 million, mile and a half mill and resurface highway project which included new underground utilities and road widening

-Duties on the mill and resurface project included project layout, M.O.T., storm water runoff testing, office work, and minor pipe repairs

-Worked on a $6 million pedestrian underpass tunnel that upon completion would run under a six lane roadway

-Responsibilities included driving and removing sheet pile, minor M.O.T., backfilling and compacting soils, excavating soils via machinery or hand, laying underground drainage pipe, locating existing underground utilities, and cleaning the project site

-Equipment operation experience includes: soil compactors, Volvo L70 front end loaders, track hoes, mini track hoes, mini front loaders, APE sheet pile vibrators, and broom tractors

Jun 2007 - Aug 2007

Assistant Project Manager/Master Carpenter Assistant

Master Keys Carpentry

-Worked as part of a three man crew remodeling a $4 million home on the beach

-Performed demolition, stud wall construction, floor and roof truss layout/installation, floor and roof sheathing, window cutout and placement, and material delivery to the site

-Supervised subcontractor construction while project manager was dealing with off-site aspects of the job

-Other duties included worksite management; cleaning up at the end of the day, making sure all tools were locked in there proper locations, and ensuring that the house was completely secure before leaving the site




I enjoy all outdoor sports. The majority of my spare time is spent either wakeboarding or just cruising around on boats in the warm sun. I am a certified diver, have graced myself with the thrill of skydiving a couple of times, and I am part of the Clemson University Waterskiing Team. When in not engrossed in any of those activities, I am usually working on small construction projects with my roomate who is also a construction major.


I am currently in my third year of studying Construction Science and Management at Clemson University in South Carolina. I enjoy interacting with personnel in the field, performing quantity takeoffs, performing follow-up and resolving issues that arise on site. I have self-performed many of the physical tasks that residential construction and highway construction deamnd; therefore, I know what project activities demand for resources, and how to meet those resource demands. My goal is to ensure thats projects are run efficicently, and are completed to proper specification and quality.


To build strong relationships and to excel in all work related matters due to strong self-motivation, communication skills, and the desire to succeed.



Microsoft PowerPoint

On-Screen Takeoff

I can perform most take-offs for a residential strucutre, and I can perform basic take-offs for a commercial structure.

Microsoft Excel

Suretrak Project Management

Microsoft Word


Mar 2009 - Present

Recreational Open Water Diving

Scuba Schools International