Skills

Skills

SureTrak

MS Project

MS Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook

Work History

Work History
Dec 2006 - Nov 2008

Project Superintendent

Trammell Crow Residential

·Scope of project: 2-story, poured-in-place concrete parking garage as podium for 4-story wood frame and stucco mid-rise complex with 244 luxury units; included fire sprinkler and alarm systems, three elevators and four above-ground landscaped courtyards, two with elevated swimming pools, two with water features.

·Oversight of all phases of construction for a $30,000,000 high-end, podium style, multi-family project (Alexan Westheimer), including site preparation, safety compliance, and supervision of up to 150 subcontractors; completed in four phases over 24-month period, on-time and within budget.

·Interfaced with project manager and subcontractors to prepare and monitor detailed project schedule and prepared weekly update reports, conducted weekly subcontractor progress and safety meetings.

·Reviewed plans with engineers and architects through several stages of blueprint development, resolving issues to ensure constructibility; efficiently implemented any RFIs to keep project moving forward.

·Analyzed problem areas and determined cost effective solutions while maintaining the highest standards of quality and adherence to plans and specifications.

Notable Accomplishments:

·Successfully initiated/enacted resolution to key construction issues that enabled project to advance.

Outstanding safety record with no lost-time accidents; successfully passed extensive OSHA inspection.

Jul 2005 - Nov 2006

Superintendent

Construction Supervisors, Inc

• Two separate projects: New construction of Wal-Mart Supercenter on a 28-acre site in Beeville, TX and demolition of two 3-story hotels, 256 apartment units in 26 buildings and a 2-story office/warehouse; included asbestos abatement and removal/abandonment of underground utilities on high profile, Metro Dallas jobsite.• Supported Project Superintendent in directing subcontractor construction activities to ensure efficient and effective execution of contractual obligations on these commercial construction projects.• Recruited to provide leadership to ensure Wal-Mart met strict EPA guidelines regarding Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan; conducted daily storm water inspections and maintained compliance with EPA mandated regulations.

Jun 2004 - Apr 2005

Assistant Superintendent

• Provided leadership on ground-up construction for 2-story parking garage (podium-style for 144 luxury apartments), coordinating construction scheduling and subcontractors’ production.• Initiated all field RFIs, maintained logs and made appropriate distribution to affected subcontractors to facilitate communication and the construction process.• Observed and inspected construction to ensure compliance with specifications and contract documents; scheduled all site inspections and reviewed inspection reports to ensure adherence to project specifications.• Responsible for evaluation and implementation of job-site safety standards; conducted safety inspections and weekly safety meetings to ensure subcontractor adherence to safety procedures and OSHA standards.

Dec 2002 - Jun 2004

Assistant Superintendent

Greystar Development & Construction

·Oversight support of all construction activities from ground up to unit turnover of the $30,000,000 project, consisting of 356 luxury units (Calais at Courtlandt Square); supervised labor crew of 11 and company’s punch-out crew of 6.

·Monitored concrete placement and testing of drilled piers, columns, footings, reinforced concrete slabs and elevated post-tensioned slabs for three separate 2-story podium-style garage structures.

·Prepared and conducted weekly safety meetings and participated in monthly site visits from third party safety consultant, immediately implementing measures to correct any deficiencies.

Notable Accomplishments:

·Record of no serious lost-time accidents, in spite of overtime hours to meet demanding deadlines.

·Successfully maintained adherence to Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.

Sep 1999 - Jan 2002

Assistant Project Manager

Infrastructure Services, Inc.

·Financially responsible for as many as twelve concurrent roadway construction projects totaling over $14,000,000, reporting directly to president; included tracking monthly pay estimates, lien releases and timely payments from owners.

·Prepared and analyzed financial reports to impact productivity and profitability, monthly presentation to controller and president; monitored field progress for changes in field conditions; prepared and submitted Requests for Information and Requests for Change Orders; tracked daily production.

Notable Accomplishment:

·Saved company more than $103,000 in less than eight months by implementing tighter controls on purchasing process and execution of vendor invoice analysis/documentation.

Jul 1997 - Jul 1999

Project Manager

Western Placers Steel, Inc

·Supervised reinforcement steel placement for Enron Field project (now Minute-Maid Park) a $250,000,000 retractable roof baseball stadium; estimated labor and material costs and submitted pricing for RCO’s.

·Maintained all logs for materials received/assigned, requests for information, change estimates, and weekly production reports utilized in preparation of monthly pay applications for all jobs

Notable Accomplishment:

·Achieved construction management recognition for exemplary safety at largest project in Texas while maintaining fast-track, design-build schedule.

Education

Education

Association of General Contractors - Houston Community College

OSHA 10-hour Construction Safety Certified; Storm Water Professional Training Certification, Property Management Certificate; coursework in Project Management, Construction Plans & Documents, Estimating for Building Trades. LEED candidate coursework at Kirksey Architects.

El Camino Jr. College