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Lawrence P. Navin

Planning, Design & Construction Consultant

Littleton, United States
Industry Category: Facility - Building Owners
Relocation Preferences: United States
Personal Website Link:: http://www.linkedin.com/in/larrypnavin
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To obtain a leadership position with a large organization (university, health sysytem, school district), which anticipates a large ($100 million to $1.5 billion) capital improvements program (CIP) and in need of a Director of Planning, Design & Construction.

Lawrence P. Navin'S Overview

Resume:
Director, Planning, Design & Construction
  • Both a Registered Architect and Certified Construction Manager and is accomplished, highly effective, and results-focused with outstanding history of personal achievements and proven industry track record;
  • Military background with excellent leadership skills and extensive applied experience that fuels successful delivery of project management services for large, complex, multiple-structure, and multifaceted capital improvement programs (CIP);
  • Dedicated and pioneering Senior Project Manager who effectively leverages technology to streamline processes, skillfully integrates project team activities via an integrated project master schedule to reduce delivery time, and adeptly utilizes value engineering of designs to improve return on investments;
  • Assiduous, systematic, and cost-conscious director with inherent ability to excel in demanding and deadline- driven environments requiring a fast learning curve, innovative solution derivation skills, and broad-based experience.
Skills
  • Master Campus Planning
  • Project Scope Definition & Setup
  • Conceptual Design
  • Estimating & Value Engineering
  • Budgets & Cash Flow Forecasts
  • Integrated Master CPM Schedules
  • Construction Logistics Management
  • Inter-Disciplinary Team Collaboration Leadership
  • Executive Presentation Briefings
  • Delivery Strategy Reports
  • Staff Development, Support & Mentoring
  • Project Commissioning Management
  • Project Turnaround Management
  • Process Improvement Analysis & Implementation
  • PM Information System Technology Setup
  • Recommendation White Papers
Work History

Principal Consultant, Subject Matter Expert, Facilities Planning, Design & Construction...10/2016 to Current
NAVIN CONSULTING – 4801 South Wadsworth Blvd, #2-210, Littleton, CO 80123
As subject matter expert (SME), responsible for facilities planning, design, and construction (PDC) services provided to organizations in need of immediate expertise involving large, complex, capital improvement programs.
  • Offer complete project startup organizational structures, procedures, detailed job descriptions, initial master schedule, scope work breakdown structure, chart of accounts, project specific templates, etc. for clients needing assistance expediting the launch of large construction projects.
  • Determine the project schedule, which included the sequence of all construction activities.
    Prepare regular interval progress reports.
    Implement systems to improve process efficiency and reduce the project duration.
Senior Project Manager, Construction Services, Facilities Management Department……..10/2013 to 01/2016
DENVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS – 1617 South Acoma St, Denver, CO 80223
Responsible for oversight of design, and construction management of $423M, K12 schools bond program. The Construction Services Office delivered $100+M of new and renovation work in 2014- 2015.
Managed 75-100 active projects per year.
  • Developed standardized format for Monthly Project Status Reports for active projects and those in closeout.
  • Participated in Design/Build contract development with DPS legal department to ensure that DPS quality standards and programmatic input would be incorporated in future Design/Build contracts.
  • Provided construction expertise in resolving quality deficiencies found in cracking of slabs on grade (SOG) for a new Elementary School. Led process of investigation for cause, hired 3rd party expert, met with architect/engineer and contractor to implement corrective actions, reached mutually agreeable solution that allowed the project to finish on time and school district to obtain an extended warranty on the slabs.
  • Reviewed plans and specs during the schematic design of pre-construction.
  • Coordinated utility service providers according to project schedules.
  • Obtained building and specialty permits from local jurisdictional agencies.
  • Conducted bi-weekly production Owner-Architect-Contractor meetings, which facilitated stronger communication and the ability to resolve critical issues.
  • Performed regular job site observations to provide direction for all Project Managers.
  • Prepared monthly progress reports for each project.
  • Met with assigned Project Managers regarding corrective action plans for deficiencies reported by quality assurance staff.
  • Reviewed project goals and objectives with the Project Managers.
  • Led process improvement effort to reduce the time frame for DPS to review, approve and pay contractors and architects that resulted in identifying “non-value added” steps, which reduced time frame by 60% and labor spent on the process by 75%.
Associate, Subject Matter Expert, Medical Facilities Planning, Design & Construction...06/2010 to 01/2013
BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON – 13200 Woodland Park Road, Herndon, VA 20171
Served as Subject Matter Expert in field of planning, design, construction and transitioning of medical facilities. 

Joint Task Force for National Capital Region (NCR) Medical System (JTF CAPMED) BRAC Initiative, $1.1B. Program combined existing Walter Reed Army Medical Center in DC, Bethesda National Naval Medical Center, and Fort Belvoir DeWitt Army Hospital into two locations for new Tri-Care Military Medical System. North Campus became a tertiary care facility renamed the “Walter Reed National Military Medical Center”, located in Bethesda, MD and South Campus became new Fort Belvoir Community Hospital located in Fairfax County, VA.
  • Provided consulting services to Joint Task Force Facilities Officer and Contracting Officer related to construction changes, staff relocation scheduling, and initial FF&E outfitting.
  • Kaiserslautern Military Community Medical Center (KMCMC) Recapitalization Project, Risk Assessment Services to USACE, $1.2B, medical center replacement, Kaiserslautern, Germany. Services involve preparing risk assessment plan for USACE's start-up and management of project using past experience mobilizing medical center projects of similar scale.
Principal Consultant, Subject Matter Expert, Medical Facilities Planning, Design & Construction 07/2009 to 06/2010
NAVIN CONSULTING – 3111 Dower House Drive, Herndon, VA,20171

As subject matter expert (SME), responsible for facilities planning, design, and construction (PDC) services provided to organizations in need of immediate expertise involving large, complex, capital improvement programs.
  • Wrote services proposal approach section of a defense contractor's military hospital initial outfitting and transitioning (IO&T) proposal.
  • Prepared responses to government questions to a defense contractor's Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) proposal regarding commissioning, maintenance schedules development & operation/maintenance manual turnover.
  • Provided a West Coast program management firm with an approach to providing project management information systems and document control for a large hospital in Los Angeles, CA.
Vice President, Facilities Design & Construction Department……………………….05/2007 to 06/2009
INOVA HEALTH SYSTEM – 8110 Gatehouse Road, Falls Church, VA 22042

Responsible for oversight of facility planning, design, and construction; 35-40 active projects at 5 campuses ranging with project budgets ranging from $1.5M-$250M and System Leader for 2015 Capital Improvements Program (CIP), $1.2B.
 
  • Design and Construction Department: In role as department leader, implemented improved cost control procedures to ensure compliance for all Inova projects; the procedures forced transparency and prevented over payment of contractor change orders and payment applications. Savings ranged from 5%-15% of each construction contract.
    • Reviewed plans and specs during the schematic design of pre-construction.
    • Coordinated utility service providers according to project schedules.
    • Obtained building and specialty permits from local jurisdictional agencies.
    • Conducted bi-weekly Owner-Architect Contractor meetings, which facilitated stronger communication and the ability to resolve critical issues.
    • Reviewed plans and specs during the schematic design of pre-construction.
    • Coordinated utility service providers according to project schedules.
    • Obtained building and specialty permits from local jurisdictional agencies.
    • Conducted bi-weekly Owner-Architect Contractor meetings, which facilitated stronger communication and the ability to resolve critical issues.
  • Inova Fairfax Hospital, 2015 Capital Improvements Program (CIP), $1.2B, Falls Church, VA:
    • Was hired as Owner's VP in-charge to “jump start” a stalled CIP. Within a six-month period, selected a project team and led the team through the process of scope definition, master planning; within twelve-month period completed schematic design, estimating, value engineering, budgeting, scheduling, phasing, site logistics planning, FF&E identification/budget, IT systems innovations and hospital operations workflow analysis.
    • Conducted bi-monthly Executive Oversight Committee (EOC) meetings, which briefed EOC members on the current activities of the 2015 Capital Improvement Program and obtained decisions on significant decisions after reviewing options and recommendation.
Project Executive, Healthcare & Health Sciences Projects…………………………...04/2004 to 05/2007
GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY – 7901 Sandy Spring Road, Suite 500, Laurel, MD 20707

Responsible for construction management of $100+M healthcare health-sciences projects utilizing CM Agency or CM at Risk construction contracts.
  • University of Virginia Cancer Center and Main Hospital Expansion, Charlottesville, VA: Led the marketing effort to win CM contract for this project; investigated site conditions, developed construction phasing/logistics plan, prepared construction schedule, wrote “Project Approach” section of proposal. UVA awarded Gilbane the CM contract as a result.
  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS), National Biodefense Analysis & Countermeasures Center, $134M, with BSL3 Labs, Fort Detrick, MD: Provided critical input for proposal and interview processes to win project; launched project's CM services; and led team through pre-construction services phase.
  • Saint Elizabeth's New Psychiatric Hospital, $195M, Washington, D.C.: Managed pre-construction services; prepared project justification package, which included budgets, schedules, & cash flow projections. Client utilized package to seek public-private financing. This package provided client with documentation to obtain funding.
Healthcare Practice Leader, Integrated Design & Construction Services……….....11/2002 to 04/2004
ELLERBE BECKETT, ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, PLANNERS – 1001 G Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20001

Civista Medical Center (CMC), Additions & Renovations Project, $44M, La Plata, MD: Project included 104,000SF of new construction and 37,000SF of renovation work. CMC was a fully functioning medical center. The hospital's administration required that no disruption to hospital operations occur during construction.
  • Conducted a constructability review of the concept design and identified problems others had not noticed. Incorporated hospital design modifications to accommodate owner's operational requirements and minimize the impact of construction to the hospital's ongoing operations. These actions prevented potential costly construction change orders and schedule delays.
  • When CMC Facilities Director found herself overloaded trying to perform her normal facilities management duties plus coordinate all the new fixtures, furnishings, and equipment (FF&E) for the project, developed a FF&E data base for her use to schedule and track all the new items that Ellerbe's Equipment Planners had specified for the project. While this task was not in Ellerbe’s contract scope, the data base kept the project on schedule for rooms dependent on medical equipment installation instructions from the selected vendor. Ellerbe required those vendor instructions to prepare and issue an Architect's Supplemental Instruction so that the contractor would know the exact locations of all utility services for new equipment before the inside walls and ceiling could be finished in those rooms.
Executive Program Director for Healthcare and Health Sciences Facilities ...........11/1998 to 11/2002
JACOBS ENGINEERING – 1100 North Glebe Road, Suite 500, Arlington, Virginia 22201

Responsible for leading large capital improvement programs and providing program management services for medical, judicial, correctional, governmental, and research projects.
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Farm Research Park, Ashburn, VA, $500+ M
  • Harborview Medical Center (HMC), Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Seattle, WA, $261M
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL, FF&E procurement, logistics, scheduling, and planning, Transition Management Services, $500+M
  • Los Angeles County/University of Southern California, Replacement Medical Center Project, Los Angeles, CA, Program Management Services, $538M. Managed project team through a formal value engineering process at the design development phase, which resulted in identifying $26.6M in potential additional value while accommodating OSHPD requirements.
Education

Master of Science: Architecture ...............1979
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI
 
Bachelor of Science: Architecture.............1978
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI

Bachelor of Science: General Engineering....1971
United States Military Academy - West Point, NY

Affiliations
  • American Institute of Architects
  • Colorado Society of AIA
  • West Pont Association of Graduates
Certifications
  • Register Architect (RA), Virginia
  • Certified Construction Manager (CCM), Construction Management Certification Institute (CMCI)
  • OSHA 30-hour Construction Safety Certificate
Professional Presentations
  • “What the C-Suite Wants from Design & Construction Consultants”, Society for Marketing Professional Services
  • (SMPS), Washington, DC.
    “Basic Principles of Cost Control for Large Complex Capital Improvement Programs”, Gilbane's Annual Client Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • "Northwestern Memorial Hospital Redevelopment Project, Planning for Occupancy,” Annual AIA International Conference for Healthcare Facilities, Planning, Design & Construction, Anaheim, CA.
Military Service
  • US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Pacific Ocean Division, Far East District, Seoul, Republic of Korea, CPT
  • US Army, 52nd Construction Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado Springs, CO, 1st LT
Software Proficiency
  • Microsoft: Word, Excel (including pivot tables), Power Point, Outlook, Project Planner (schedules), Visio (graphics)
  • Meridian: Prolog, Proliance (PM software)
  • SharePoint
  • Net Meeting
List of Projects

Medical, Healthcare & Health Science Facilities
  • Base Realignment & Closure (BRAC) Initiative, Joint Task Force (JTF), National Capital Region (NCR) Medical System (CAPMED), Bethesda National Naval Medical Center, $932M, consulting services, FF&E procurement, logistics, scheduling, $1.2B master plan phasing and sequencing
  • US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Medical Center Replacement Project, $1.2B, Kaiserslautern, Germany, consulting services to provide risk assessment and management plan for launching project
  • Inova Fairfax Hospital, Capital Improvements Program, Falls Church, VA, $1.2B, included new hospital, medical office buildings, medical research building, energy plant, parking structures, site infrastructure, officer in-charge of program, Owner PM Services
  • Washington DC, Department of Mental Health, New Saint Elizabeth's Rehabilitation Hospital, $195M, Washington, DC, CM services
  • Department of Homeland Security (DHS), National Biodefense Analysis & Countermeasures Center (NBACC), Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD, GMP contract, $134M, BL-3 Labs, CM Services
  • Civista Medical Center (CMC), Additions & Renovations Project, La Plata, MD, $44M, new construction of ICU and ER and renovation work of existing hospital, design services, Architectural Services
  • Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Farm Biotechnology Research Park, Ashburn, VA, $500M, PM services
  • Harborview Medical Center (HMC) / University of Washington, Capital Improvement Program (CIP), $261M, Seattle, WA, consulting services regarding project management plan and contracting strategy recommendations report
  • Los Angeles County/University of Southern California, Replacement Medical Center Project, $538M, PM services, formal value engineering, estimating, budgeting, contracting strategy, and project controls, PM services
  • Northwestern University Memorial Hospital Redevelopment Program, Chicago, Illinois, $500M+, FF&E procurement, logistics, scheduling, planning, and transition management services
  • University of Maryland, Biotechnology Institute, Medical Biotechnology Center, Baltimore, MD, $40M GMP, CM services
  • University of Maryland, Biotechnology Institute, Center for Advanced Research in Biotechnology, Rockville, MD, laboratory addition, $9M, Design/Build contract
  • George Washington University, Hospital Renovation Project, Washington, DC, $32M, CM Services
  • University of Virginia, Health Sciences Center, Medical Research Addition, $8.2M, CM Services
  • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, $182.6M, CM GMP contract which included Replacement Hospital, $113.5M; Central Heating/Chiller Plant, $17.5M; Parking Structure, $5.3M, CM Services
  • University of Michigan, Adult General Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI, $181M, CM Services
  • University of Michigan, Ambulatory Care Facility, Ann Arbor, MI, $30.8M, CM Services
  • Evans Army Replacement Hospital, Fort Carson, CO, $ 60M, Design Services 
 Judicial and Correctional Facilities
  • Oregon Department of Corrections (ODOC), Project Management Procedures (PMP) Manual, $1B ODOC design and construction program, CM procedures development, consulting services consulting services
  • Clark County Justice Bonds Project, Las Vegas, NV, New Courthouse $250M, Detention Center Renovation $79.6M, Family & Youth Center $40.5M, Spring Mountain Youth Camp $9.3M, PM services
  • Berks County, Reading, PA, $54M Judicial Center; $18M Courthouse Rehab, $1M Communications Center, CM services
  • Monroe County Prison, East Stroudsburg, PA, $12M, CM services
  • Tioga County Prison, Tioga, PA, CM services, $4M, CM services
Educational Facilities
  • Denver Public Schools, Denver, CO, management of the design and construction of $423M, K12 school bond program, Owner PM Services
  • Clark County School District, Clark County, NV, management of design and construction of $605M, K12 school bond program consisting of new (19 ES, 3 MS, 2 HS), expansions (2 MS,1 HS), and renovations (114 schools), PM services
  • Memphis City Schools, Memphis, TN, management of the design and construction for a $143M K12 school bond program consisting of 8 new schools, and renovations at 18 schools, PM services
  • New Orleans Public Schools, New Orleans, LA, management of design and construction of a $175M, K12 school bond program consisting of renovations at 98 schools, PM services
  • University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Nursing Addition, Baltimore, MD, $30M, GMP contract, CM services
  • Eastern Michigan University, McKenny Union Renovations, Ypsilanti, MI, $6M, CM services
  • Macomb Community College, Campus Improvement Program, MI, $12M, CM services
  • Howell Public Schools, Additions and Renovations, Howell, MI, $22M, CM services
  • Huron Valley Schools, New Construction and Renovations, Highland, MI, $24M, CM services
  • Plymouth/Canton Schools, New Construction & Renovations, Plymouth, MI, $30M, CM services
  • Romulus Community Schools, Renovation Program, Romulus, MI, $45M, CM services
  • Royal Oak Schools, Renovations and Additions, Royal Oak, MI, $45M, CM services
Related keyword: Director, Executive, Planning, Design, Construction, "Construction Management", "Project Management", "Program Management", "Design & Construction Services" Facilities, "Capital Projects"

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