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Chris Odderstol Bristow, VA 20136 Home: 703-335-9864 Cell: 571-236-3846TCOIX@aol.com Professional Summary Experienced construction/project manager with excellent client and project management skills. Action- oriented with strong ability to communicate effectively with technology, executive, and business audiences. Core Qualifications Excel in customer satisfaction Excel in project management Excel in cost reduction Excel in contracts and procurement Excel in time management Client-focused Experience Construction Project Manager, Consultant January 2007 to Current Resources Global Professionals, McLean VA Construction Manager for a wastewater treatment plant and a 3-mile discharge pipeline under a heavily-trafficked street. Led and coordinated all efforts on these projects, including design, development, permitting, sourcing, contract award and construction management. This included multiple overseas equipment orders. Worked with stakeholders in the Los Angeles County Sanitation District and the City of Norwalk Sanitation Department to design and obtain approval to proceed with project. Completed each of the above projects for a million dollars less than the budget, by implementing design changes during the project and/or changing construction methods. Reduced projected construction time from 78 weeks to 16 weeks on the pipeline, and from 78 weeks to 52 weeks on the wastewater plant. Managed large scale construction projects in China and Singapore. Programs included renovating several existing warehouses/buildings, and the installation of several new production processing facilitiesLed efforts that included permitting, design, procurement, bid management, and construction management post contract award, including multiple overseas equipment orders. Completed all of the above projects within a tight timeline and under budget. Completed the projects in China for 2 million euros less than the budgeted amount. Contracts Manager, Senior Contracts Specialist February 1996 to July 2006 Fannie Mae, Washington, DC Determined purchasing contract specifications for large-scale construction projects. Negotiated and established at least 30 national contracts per year, totaling up to $40 million, saving an average of 8% every year. Led the development of detailed purchasing contract specifications for several large-scale construction projects. Supply Chain lead for data center design and build project for Fortune 50 financial services institution. Project scope included sourcing and supplier selection for trades and sub-trades, architectural design, engineering development, and advanced IT infrastructure. Led all facets of contracting including selection of prime contractors, as well as sub-agreements for HVAC, mechanical, plumbing and landscaping. Qualified potential contractors, developed work statements, issued and analyzed bid packages, negotiated with vendors and awarded contracts. Managed multiple maintenance contracts and helped to identify and resolve problems in day-to- day operations of the facilities. Completed all construction projects in an average of 93% of the budget. Project Engineer, Procurement Supervisor December 1985 to November 1995 Mobil Oil Corporation, Fairfax, VA Managed all phases of construction, from initial design to construction completion, for over 100 major capital projects. This included pipelines in terminals, storage tanks, expanding truck loading racks, service stations, and building renovations. This included environmental clean-up responsibility and oversight for up to four field engineers in a remote field office. Expanded two truck loading racks while keeping existing operations in service. Installed new pipelines for new products while keeping existing operations in service. Replaced existing pipelines with double-contained pipelines, while keeping existing operations in service. Rebuilt, renovated, or built 100 service stations from the ground up. Trained numerous new engineers in all aspects of project engineering and construction management. Created project tracking controls and training system for new engineers (where none had previously existed). This led to an increased the number of projects that new engineers completed on time and within budget. Completed the new service station projects with an average construction time of 45 days, versus Mobil target of 60 days, and under budget every time. Completed the terminal projects for an average of 89% of budgeted amount. Education Averett College Vienna, VA Master of Business Administration United States Military Academy West Point, NY Bachelor of Science in Engineering Professional Certification Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Virginia
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