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Daniel F. Brady St Augustine Fl 32084 Phone C/904-669-2636, P/904-342-2124, firstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Senior Project Manager: Summary Principle facilities construction executive. Responsible for quality control and input into program development and planning, environmental controls, design development, Primavera schedule analysis, estimating, and implementation of construction services. Strong industry knowledge and leadership skills to consistently manage complex facilities planning initiatives, lead high performance, motivated teams, and implement efficient processes that ensure smooth operations and quality customer service. Strong communicator, experienced motivational team builder, Education able to communicate needs and merge facility programming and design, BS/Architecture/Cornell engineering, and construction professions in the support of institutional University and client objectives. Senior level manager with solid sense of integrity MS/Civil Engineering/Bucknell and demonstrated commitment to pragmatic and focused processes within University/course work complete, dynamic and demanding environments. thesis outstanding Project Specific Experience Registration/Certification March 2012 to 3/1/13: URS Corporation: Certified General Contractor, United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD Florida ($92,000,000) Senior Engineering Construction Manager as principle USACE Quality Control Management manager of a staff of six technical specialist reporting to GSA/NRC senior management team. Lead construction engineer responsible for Assoc: PMP quality assurance and oversight of scheduling delay analysis, independent Assoc: CCM government estimates, change analysis, project management controls, NCARB in progress design/engineering review of a design/bid/build sixteen story office tower and tenet fit out including parking, data center, and classroom centers. Instrumental in assisting client to realize significant savings regarding delay claim. URS Corporation: 8/10 to 3/12: United States Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District Ft. A. P. Hill Projects, Bowling Green, VA ($125,000,000) Senior Engineering Construction Manager responsible for managing quality assurance of multiple projects for the US Army Corps of Engineers ranging from $5 million to $80 million. Total projected scope of work is $125 million. Projects are located at Ft. A. P. Hill and vary in contract delivery from design-bid-build to design-build. Responsible for QA of architectural and engineering design coordination & review and construction project management oversight. Daniel F. Brady St Augustine Fl 32084 Phone C/904-669-2636, P/904-342-2124, email@example.com RKK Engineering: 4/08 to 8/10 United States Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District Joint Use Intelligence Analysis Facility, Rivanna Station, Charlottesville, Virginia ($70 million) Senior Construction Manager responsible for quality assurance for the execution of a $70 million DOD design-build contract of a Joint Use Intelligence Analysis Facility at Rivanna Station, Charlottesville, Virginia. Responsibilities included QA of architectural and engineering design coordination & review, budget and construction schedule oversight, and management oversight of field operations. Project involved extensive environmental permitting and special SCIF requirements associated with government intelligence facilities. E.J. LeDuc, Inc. Designers & Constructors: 01/97 to 4/08 General Construction Company, St. Augustine, FL - E. J. LeDuc, Inc. Constructors As President/Owner developed and grew E. J. LeDuc, Inc. Constructors, a design-build firm from the ground up to a financially stable company with assets of $2.5 million. Oversaw all operations and management of design-build general construction firm. Supervised full-time staff consisting of three office staff and field staff consisting of two superintendents and carpenters. Identified and developed business opportunities in design, engineering, and construction within the healthcare, municipal, federal, state, and high-end residential markets ranging from $200,000 to $2.5 million. Sweetwater Construction: 1995 to 1997: General Construction Company, Cranbury, NJ - Sweetwater Construction Co., Inc. Charged with the planning and management of design-build projects ranging from $250,000 to $5 million. Interfaced with design professionals, owner representatives and subcontractors in the development of design, engineering, and budgeting. Created construction project management systems and scheduling documentation. Oversaw the construction processes from permitting to closeout of multiple projects in the industrial, municipal, and office building sectors. IPS Corporation: 1991 to 1995: Integrated Project Services, Conshohocken, PA Senior Operatios Manager with full strategic planning and P&L responsibility. Provided leadership for a team of 22 design/engineering and construction management professionals and support staff. Successfully established design build program for engineering firm specializing in Pharmaceutical projects ranging from $250,000 to $10 Daniel F. Brady St Augustine Fl 32084 Phone C/904-669-2636, P/904-342-2124, firstname.lastname@example.org million. Selected Accomplishments: Developed and introduced cost management system and project management control procedures to ensure smooth project delivery and improve customer satisfaction. Created policies and administrative procedures that re-engineered and restructured business processes and increased functionality among design departments including process, electrical, mechanical, environmental, structural, and architectural disciplines to meet budgets and schedules to support and enable fast-track construction. Inspired internal and external construction teams and subcontractors to perform at optimum levels, delivering projects within aggressive time and budget constraints increasing profit margins by 35%. Representative Projects included: Merck Company Laboratory Expansion ($6.8 million) DuPont Company Biotech Expansion ($5.8 million) Experimental Pilot Building ($1.6 million) Sterling Winthrop Inc. Expansion ($1.2 million) Isolation & Testing Laboratory ($3.4 million) BLM Designers/Engineers/Developers: 1988 to 1991: BLM Architects/Engineers/Developers, Bala Cynwyd, PA Director of Construction Led team of 12 construction professionals in the operations of construction and project management of healthcare renovation projects. Coordinated design and engineering for implementation of design and construction. Responsibility for field services, estimating, project management, budget control, and contract administration of hospital projects ranging from $250K to $70 million. Recruited to create construction department within an established AE Firm of eighty architectural, engineering, interior design, and marketing staff. Charged with strategic planning and P&L management. Successfully established strategic vision and implemented effective design, engineering and construction strategy. Effectively cultivated an on-time and within budget management philosophy within the firm to accomplish a top performing construction profit center and to ensure customer satisfaction. Selected Accomplishments: Developed design-build department within AE firm. Expanded company’s product offering to include design-build, construction management and construction management at-risk products. Recruited, selected, and trained new construction project managers, superintendents, and project specific field staff. Expanded company’s product offering to create a revenue stream Daniel F. Brady St Augustine Fl 32084 Phone C/904-669-2636, P/904-342-2124, email@example.com that generated $12M in additional sales and profit margins from 28% to 40%. Representative Projects included: Hospital Expansion: Program Manager ($68 million, Design/Build, Renovation and Expansion, Lawrence & Memorial Hospital, New London, CT ) Design/Build Hospital Renovation: Director, Design & Construction ($4 million Design/Build, Renovation, Springfield Hospital, Philadelphia, PA) Hospital Renovation: Director, Design & Construction ($1.6 million Design/Build Renovation, Springfield Hospital, Philadelphia, PA) Hospital Renovation: Director, Design & Construction ($1 million Design/Build Renovation, Girard Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA) LF Driscoll Inc: 1985 to 1988: Construction Management Firm, Bala Cynwyd, PA - L. F. Driscoll Company Construction Managers Hospital Expansion Project: Senior Construction Manager ($20 million Design/Build, Williamsport Hospital, Williamsport, PA) Senior Project Manager charged with management of $20M CM at-risk hospital expansion. Coordinated all construction management functions including architectural and engineering consultations, vendor and subcontract procurement, budget control, construction supervision, and staff management of 4 field and 3 office personnel. Selected Accomplishments: Achieved significant reduction of scheduled completion date. Project was delivered eight months early and $980K under budget. Geisinger Medical Center: 1981 to 1985: GSS Facilities Administration, Danville, PA Facilities Engineer at Geisinger Medical Center Coordinated and executed a variety of design-build hospital renovation projects for self-performing facilities management entity. Managed design meetings with medical staff, oversaw design and engineering, estimated and scheduled vendor & subcontractor work schedules. Oversaw all construction phases of project to consistently meet deadlines, budget expectations, and ensure highest standard of quality for projects ranging from $50K to $11M. Daniel F. Brady St Augustine Fl 32084 Phone C/904-669-2636, P/904-342-2124, firstname.lastname@example.org Selected Accomplishments: Facilitated successful turn-around of $10.8 million poured concrete research building. Was assigned superintendent when project was three months behind schedule and over budget. Recruited and selected field foreman and lead carpenters. Instituted project management and budget controls to put project back on schedule and within budget. Security Clearance Federal – National Crime Investigation Division
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