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Richard Armbruster Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager Plymouth, Lawrence Technological University MI 48170 (734) 474-3690 firstname.lastname@example.org Profile Senior Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager with experience in engineering, project development, value analysis, office & field project management and estimating, of new construction projects, facility renovations, environmental projects, and demolition projects, within the Commercial, Pharmaceutical, Food & Beverage, Automotive, Hospital, Education K-12 and Governmental sectors in the construction industry. Expert At: Negotiating project claims, quality control, development of project documents, proposal writing, development of schedules, P & L management, forecasting costs, problem analysis, development of recovery plans, project leadership, safety leadership and client relationships. Objective: To develop long term relationships within a corporate environment that creates an atmosphere of trust, integrity and leadership, that leads to developing a team of professionals that always delivers 100% customer satisfaction at all levels. Always the solution! Experience Plymouth Construction Group, Plymouth Michigan Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager January 2012 to Present Owner’s Representative: Evaluate the structural integrity of existing residential basement, develop repair/replacement plan, bid out the work and negotiate the final cost, manage the field work through completion. Tooles Contracting Group, Detroit Michigan Senior Project Manager July 2010 to January 2012 Senior Project Manager responsible for the Amtrak ARRA Program, tasked with managing 4 – 8 man teams including construction and project management for 31 AMTRAK stations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. The scope of work (SOW) included renovating exteriors, interiors, ADA upgrades and constructing 1 new facility. The project was completed with no lost time injuries. Project Cost $5,000,000 Plymouth Construction Group, Plymouth Michigan Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager` January 2006 to June 2010 Client: Adamo Demolition Company, Michigan Project Cost: $2,000,000 DOW Midland, Michigan – Building K Project: Building K was a 100,000SF steel frame structure with 4 floors above grade, the project also included the decommissioning a 16 above ground storage tanks along with remove of half mile of pipe trestle. SOW: Responsible to manage the field operations, safety, asbestos abatement, environmental cleaning, facility demolition and site restoration. The project was completed on schedule, within the budgeted cost with no lost time injuries. Client: Eli Lilly & Company, Indiana Project Cost: $22,000,000 Project K328 Phase I & II: Designed and implemented the demolition plan and specifications for the decommissioning of Building K328, a 2 story 900,000SF pharmaceutical manufacturing facility built in the early 1940’s. SOW: Estimating project costs, protect ongoing pharmaceutical research, evaluating locations of utility isolations, determine the location to cut the structure, develop the demolition plan, evaluate pending environmental concerns, coordinate unforeseen environmental cleanup, analyze the contractors bids, review the contractors work plan, safety plans and schedules, evaluate the contractors proposed means and methods for demolition, forecast project completion verses actual progress. The project was completed on schedule, within the budgeted cost with no lost time injuries. Client: Adamo Demolition Company, Michigan Project Cost: $10,000,000 Chrysler Indianapolis Foundry: The Foundry was a 12 story structural steel structure with 4 support structures as part of the facility, one of key issue was managing the environmental concerns with the foundry dust. SOW: Responsible to manage all field operations, negotiated and sold surplus equipment, coordinated the removal and distribution of equipment slated for reuse worldwide, responsible for safety, asbestos abatement, environmental cleaning, facility demolition and site restoration. The project was completed on schedule, within the budgeted cost with no lost time injuries. Client: Carstar, Kansas Project Cost: $3,500,000 Franchise Expansion Program: To increase their corporate size, Carstar purchased existing Auto Repair / Paint Shops throughout the Midwest. SOW: Responsible to perform Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments, conducted 100 year title searches and documented findings. MCM Management, Inc. West Bloomfield Michigan Senior Director January 2005 to January 2006 Senior Director responsible to negotiate change orders with Daimler Chrysler, close out projects, estimate / bid new projects and business development. G-Tech Professional Staffing, Inc. Michigan Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager March 1992 to December 2004 DaimlerChrysler – Value Analyst, Project Manager, Program Manager, Process Re-Designer Environmental Value Analyst: Negotiate single sourced contract disputes that ranged from $50,000 to $8,000,000 for environmental, decommissioning and facility work – new construction and renovations. Facility Decommissioning Project Manager - 5 Facilities, 5,525,000SF: Responsible to develop project documents, manage field operations, act as liaison between the plant and project personnel at operating plants, maintained quality assurance, maintained project cost control, monitored the asbestos abatement and environmental cleaning, and managed safety. All projects were completed with no lost time injuries. Project list: Toledo Parkway Plant, Toledo OH. – Mount Elliot Tool and Die Powerhouse, Detroit MI – Mound Road Engine Plant, Detroit MI – Pillette Assembly Plant, Windsor, Ontario – New Castle Machining Plant, New Castle IN. Total Project Costs $20,000,000 Program Manager: Created and Developed the Value Analysis Automation System, the program was developed using a Lotus Notes based application that converted the existing paper process to a standardized paperless electronic format, enabling Construction Buyers to benefit from electronic commerce. The initial program investment of $35,000 resulted in annual savings of $300,000. Process Re-Designer: Responsible to analyze the business process of the Assessment, Remediation and Deactivation Group, then developed an Environmental Partnership Program Team, which generated a savings of $7,000,000 in the first four years. Received the DaimlerChrysler’s 1995 Complexity Management Award, for developing a system that reduced overall complexity for the End Users. Ford Motor Company – Designer & Construction Manager, Owner’s Representative Design/Build Manager: Responsible to design and construct modifications to convert an existing open air structure, into the New Car Diagnostic Center for the launch of the 1994 Mustang. Construction Owner’s Representative: Responsible to monitor construction activities, interpret plans and specifications for a new state-of-the-art Fuels Laboratory, negotiated change orders, maintained quality assurance and safety at the Rawsonville, Michigan plant. Armbruster Construction & Consulting Owner’s Representative | Construction Manager January 1990 to March 1992 Client: PepsiCo, New York Project Cost: $38,000,000 New Production & Distribution Center, Detroit Michigan: The facility consisted of a 280,000SF production and distribution center, a 60,000SF maintenance garage and 3 fully automated bottling lines capable of producing 5 million cases per year. SOW: Responsible for managing the project quality control program, analyzed costs and negotiate project changes, managed the completion schedule and issued $1,000,000 in contracts after the project was complete for unforeseen requirements. Jonna Construction Company, Michigan Project Engineer, Project Superintendent, July 1984 to January 1990 Safety Director & Estimator Professional Certification Licensed Builder, State of Michigan Education B.S. Construction Engineering, Lawrence Technological University 30 Hour OSHA
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