Popular in Course
verified elite notetaker
Popular in none
This 4 page Document was uploaded by an elite notetaker on Tuesday December 22, 2015. The Document belongs to a course at a university taught by a professor in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views.
Reviews for Director-Facilities-Engineering-Manager-in-Minneapolis-St-Paul-MN-Resume-Donald-Archibeque
Report this Material
What is Karma?
Karma is the currency of StudySoup.
You can buy or earn more Karma at anytime and redeem it for class notes, study guides, flashcards, and more!
Date Created: 12/22/15
Donald Archibeque Ham Lake, MN 55304 Phone: (763) 213-9285 Email: email@example.com Summary A Senior Project Executive with proven expertise in leverage Project Operations and Program Management Capability to a competitive advantage through aligning corporate business strategies with project execution to optimize objectives and profitability. Demonstrated ability to build departments from the ground up: working with diverse groups of people to create high performance teams that achieve continuous improvement. Areas of Expertise Commissioning Management Owner Representative Construction Contract Management Operations Management Strategic Planning Facilities Management Program Management Continuous Improvement Process Management Recent Projects Senior Project Manager Renovation of the US Pentagon - Ten Year Commissioning Project: This project was a complete and phased renovation of the six million square foot Pentagon buildinThe renovation included all mechanical, electrical, and life safety systemsThrough using careful and sustainable building practices, this project was designed to achieve LEED® Silver Certification for the Pentagon facility. BRAC 133, 24 Floor Office Tower, Parking Deck, and Central Utility Plant Commissioning - Four Year Commissioning Project: Environmentally friendly design and construction geared towards maximizing energy and water conservation as well as enhancing indoor air quality were the focus of this project. This project involved mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and life safety systems for a 1.8 million square foot facility. North Carolina State University Steam Plant Renovation and Expansion Mechanical Design Project - Two Year Project: This project was a design through construction administration process for multiple campus utility plants including expanding the current capacity by 300,000 pph. Coordinated with the NCSU-contracted air permitting/environmental consultant to assist in the development of strategies and documentation related to the facilitation of LEED related objectives. University of Houston Medical Center Research Lab Commissioning - Four Year Project: This project involved design and construction of a new health care and education facility built to achieve LEED® Silver Certification. The facility included all utility and life safety systems, central utility plant and a roadway system. Owners Representative University of Minnesota Walter Library Historical Restoration - 4 Year Construction Project: Brought into this project at a later stage to realign project with the project budget and bring diverse groups working on the project into a cohesive team. University of Minnesota Basic Sciences Research Lab - 4 Year Construction Project: This project involved working with various groups of stakeholders from the design phases to occupancy. Donald Archibeque Professional Experience Partner, Director of Project Management Operations, Sebesta Bloomberg, Minneapolis, MN National project oversight responsibility for all company projects. Responsibilities included over 100 projects in 11 states with a revenue value of over $116.3M. Managed budgets, capital and overhead. Developed and reviewed capital improvement plans. Managed scheduling and resource sharing between regional offices. Set salary escalation plans for staff, provided guidance and coaching to maintain high morale and high performing operations. Responsible for design review, client management, meeting client expectations, verifying construction practices and installations. Responsible for staff development, coaching, continuous improvement, lean management process, mentoring, and provided senior technical support. Projects included validation of facilities, laboratories, government facilities, higher education, data centers, and commercial offices. Directly responsible for the preparation of project proposals which included a detailed scope of services. Additional responsibilities included project schedule, fee, contract terms, and conditions. Challenged others to develop as leaders while serving as a role model and mentor. Inspired subordinates to attain goals and pursue excellence. Identified opportunities for improvement and made constructive suggestions for change. Managed the process of innovative change effectively. Identified “in project” business development opportunities via “Change Order” Change Order sales management as related to a specific project scope of work. Effectively conveyed corporate message in both written and verbal business development discussions. Conducted effective performance evaluations and mentored direct reports, facilitated direct reports’ career development plans. Investigated and participated in development opportunities. Financial management responsibilities included the development of revenue models, P/L, and cost-to-completion projections and made decisions accordingly, managed corporate pricing model and billing procedures. Promotions: Project Manager, Senior Project Manager, Partner, National Director Project Management Operations October 2006 - October 2012 Vice-President, Design Build Operations, Foldcraft, Kenyon, MN Responsibilities included establishing and maintaining relationships with design partners, supporting project pursuits and providing offsite management supervision. Developed and implemented design- build project delivery process and procedures. In addition, provided internal design-build training, Implemented and managed continuous improvement processes. Responsibilities included review and approval of design estimates, schedules, and implementation of emerging technology. Was responsible for the development of new business through oversight of marketing and sales teams. Grew annual sales from $500,000 per year to 13,000,000. Promotions: Project Manager, Director Design Build Operations, Vice President Design Build Operations. September 2003 - September 2007 Program Manager/Owners Representative, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Responsible for development of facility projects, both renovation and new construction, to support the University's Capital Improvement Program, from initiation stage through planning, design and construction. Developed conceptual plans and budgets for facilities projects to support fiscal decision- making. Coordinated with stakeholder groups and building committees to facilitate rational facility planning, budgeting, and scheduling. Developed planning documents for initiation of projects to gain approval at University and Regents level. Prepared requests for proposal and conducted all necessary meetings to facilitate hiring architectural and construction management services. Monitored and reported on all phases of planning and construction. Developed and maintained facility project budgets. Prepared construction contracts and monitored contract execution and distribution. Prepared contract change orders and monitored their execution. Reviewed contract plans and specifications for compliance with appropriate building codes and project requirements. Received pay requests from professional consultants and contractors and approved for payment. Monitored and facilitated resolution of construction contract disputes and claims. Monitored construction contract closeout and maintained documentation files. Donald Archibeque Assisted in development of new standards of practice for Project Management activities with the University system. Demonstrated knowledge of facilities planning and construction management processes and procedures. Knowledge of estimating, budgeting, and scheduling practices; current status of costs of new construction, escalation factors, and market trends; building codes and standards of practice; laws governing construction contracts and contracting; construction materials and methods. Promotions: Construction General Foreman, Operations Manager, Project Manager, and Owners Representative. August 1986 - August 2003 Awards Outstanding Service Award, Civil Service, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Received the award for performance on the Walter Library Renovation, 2003. Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Honorable Discharge, United States Navy. Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America. Education Bachelor of Science Construction Management, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 2006. Boiler Operations License, Hennepin County Vocational Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1985. Real Estate License, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984. Carpenters Apprentice Journeyman Program, 1984. United States Navy Builder, Second Class Builder, July 1975 – July 1979. Skills Over 30 years experience in the fields of facility operations, facilities executive management, senior management, building sciences, building commissioning, validation, mechanical design, central plant operations and project management. Has worked both internationally and domestically on a large scope of facility operations and management. Experienced in managing non-exempt, exempt, and represented employees. Reported to top leaders at several organizations. Has a demonstrated ability in effectively communicating to Executive Corporate level employees. Managed facility operations over a localized campus within a 150 geographical mile radius. Responsible for all facility support services, including but not limited to, Mechanical equipment, central plant systems, automation, manufacturing systems, and emergency systems. Member of emergency first response; held a lead role in coordinating all emergency activities. Managed multiple site locations throughout the United States. Successfully opened regional offices and multi-story office and research lab buildings; including the relocation of over 1000 employees in a single move. Experienced in annual operating budgets including capital improvements, overhead, and payroll. Extensive experience in mentoring, coaching and team building. Developed career ladders, performance plans, incentive plans and corrective action plans. Donald Archibeque Worked with a variety of personality and profiling assessments to help determine to how best build highly functioning teams in a variety of environments. Worked extensively in change and transitional management. Experience with working with the highest rated LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) projects. Additionally experience in “Net-Zero” energy efficient buildings.
Are you sure you want to buy this material for
You're already Subscribed!
Looks like you've already subscribed to StudySoup, you won't need to purchase another subscription to get this material. To access this material simply click 'View Full Document'