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Larry Harper firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 980-722-5639 Civil Engineer, Project Manager, Construction Manager, CCP SME Consultant Qualifications Eight years as Civil Field Engineer for construction of a nuclear power plant Nineteen years as engineer contract and project manager for fossil plant operations SME in fuel and ash management for major utility Extensive experience managing project scope, time, cost, risk, & quality for assigned projects of increased complexity & size. Proven accountability for all aspects of assigned projects including maintaining effective relationships with customers & stakeholders, & gaining their trust & respect. Driven problem solver of quality issues, completing assignments within budgets & schedules. Capable of directing activities or self-perform, according to project size/complexity Proven written and oral communicator through status reports, progress meetings, and management information relay Extensive experience managing all aspects of contract administration, including subcontractors, customer satisfaction, project reporting, invoicing and business relationships Capable of developing presentations for the customer and community as a team player Extensive experience in compliance with EH&S & Quality programs appropriate for any project, in accordance with Policies & Procedures Specific Skills • Extensive legal, environmental, project management and construction management experience in the power industry. • Highly developed technical and business skills in economic analysis, mechanical systems, construction, sales and marketing, environmental, legal and regulatory compliance. • Extensive experience in government service (10 years on City Planning Commission, 10 years City Council, Tega Cay, S.C.) • Goal oriented team player with a strong desire to complete assignments and projects on time, on budget and safely • Excellent written communication skills using WORD, Excel and PowerPoint Professional Experience 2010 – 2012 Consultant toTennessee Valley Authority (TVA) • Civil Construction Manager, CCP Construction, FGD&C - for Civil Projects (gypsum, bottom ash, and fly ash stabilization and pond closure) associated with dry fly ash mechanical conversion at TVA’s Bull Run Fossil Plant, Clinton, TN. Produced cost savings of over $1.5 million for projects totaling $15-20 million. Enhanced safety and security programs, led field engineering support, budgets and schedules. Position reported directly to site Construction Manager. 2007 - 2010 Headway Corporation/ Hero Global Services • Independent consultant for review of coal ash utilization technologies and other operational proposals (RFPs) submitted to TVA. 2010. • Implemented product development, sales, and marketing of new technologies relating to the construction industry. Increased exposure to architect and engineering firms, contractors, and regulatory agencies. Lead introduction of technologies to the utility industry through demonstration projects and geotechnical lab testing (2008-2009). • Secured $3 million contract agreement with Duke Energy Corporation as contractor account manager for fortune 500 manpower staffing company, Energy Services Division, to supply workforce for fossil and nuclear systems 1980 - 2006 Duke Energy Corporation, Charlotte, NC Coal Ash Management Subject Matter Expert (SME) - Extensive knowledge of power plant operations, new coal ash technology evaluations, and business case evaluations of varied marketing, sales and disposal contracts. Duke representative for international association (ACAA) with vast knowledge of the utility industry in the U.S. (2000-2006) • Fossil Operations Engineer, Coal Ash Management - Product development, contract negotiations and management for solid waste operations involving collection, disposal and utilization, Duke Energy Corporate Office (1983-2006) • Assisted in drafting N.C. Solid Waste and Water Quality Regulations, and the first ASTM Standard E-50 (Guideline for CCP Utilization in Structural Fills) allowing utilization of solid waste in the late 1980s. • Negotiated, drafted and finalized every major solid waste agreement for sales and disposal at Duke Energy stations during my career. Estimated savings of over $30 million. Renegotiated existing marketer contracts 1996, estimated 12 million in avoided costs. • Duke Energy Corporation Chairman's Group Award 1994, for increasing coal ash utilization rate from 30% to 80%. • Nuclear power plant construction, Civil Field Engineering –Catawba Nuclear Station. o Work disciplines included mechanical tech support, scheduling, QA/QC, and Civil Tech Support departments, leading to post graduate position as Civil Field Engineer(1976-1983). o PWR Core Operation Training o Primary areas: reactor building, doghouses, spent fuel pool, auxiliary building, intake and outside structures, safety and non-safety related o Updated Structural Steel Inventory System (SSIS), computer program for Non- Conforming Item (NCI) reports, design revisions through Variation Notices (VN) o Responsibility for all civil and architectural field problems in designated areas under matrix organization in coordination with electrical, mechanical and hanger support Education • Clemson University, B.S Civil Engineering • Clemson University, Cooperative Education Program Certificate of Recognition • Aiken Technical College, Diploma, Industrial Drafting Professional Affiliations/Certifications • American Coal Ash Association (ACAA-Board Member & Committee Chairman (10 years) • Utilities Solid Waste Activities Group (USWAG) • Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) • American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) • American Concrete Institute (ACI) • National Science Foundation (NSF) • American General Contractors Association (AGC) • US Green Building Council • South Carolina Licensed General Contractor (currently active) References Furnished upon request.
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