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President

Huntington, United States
Industry Category: General Contractors - Managers
Relocation Preferences: Open
Summary: A respected and proven construction executive. Over 30 years in the Construction Industry. Operations Management, Business Management, Development and Marketing. Extensive experience in Union and Non Union Labor Management, Negotiations, and Labor force development and training. Over 30 years experience in Mentoring, Leadership and Leadership Training. Extensive Experience in: Operations, Logistics, Estimating, Project Buy Out, Planning, Recruiting, Employee Retention, Purchasing, Job Costing, Budgeting, Cost Accounting, Manpower Planning, Scheduling, Sub-Contractor Administration, Expediting, Cost Controls, Employee Benefits Administration, Labor Relations, Employee-Customer-Management Relations, and Conflict Resolution. Extensive Knowledge of LEED and Earth Advantage rating systems. Proven Ability to direct clients toward green building practices. Professional Experience I have Extensive design and construction business and financial experience. Proven, very successful business management experience in the government contracting industry, and I have proven practical experience in Project and Construction Management. I also have exceptional construction operations experience, and substantial organizational and problem solving skills. I have demonstrated leadership abilities, and I have always worked within timelines. I possess very strong communication skills. President/General Manager/Owner - Global Construction Consultants, LLC. - A Construction Management, At Risk CM, and Consulting Firm. - December 1997 to April 2011 - Consulting, General Contracting and Construction Management Company specializing in Military, DOD, State Department, Commercial, Civil, and Environmental Construction World Wide. Project Engineer, Project Manager, Senior Project Manager, Vice President Operations, and Senior Vice President Construction Western United States and Oversees Offices - J.A. Jones Construction Corporation. Sept. 1974 to December 1997. Major Commercial Domestic and Foreign General Contractor specializing in large private and Local, State, Federal, and Oversees Government Projects. From owner /government owned design to Cost Plus, T&M, and Design Build Projects including BIM designed and managed projects. I have directed construction projects throughout the US, Middle East, Iraq, Afghanistan, Europe, and Asia for the last 30 years. Contracts included:Department of Defense, Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska DOT, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, & U.S. Navy, Defense Fuels Command, Alaska Railroad, Inc. Departments of State, and Energy, Alyeska Pipeline, Inc. Extensive experience in government contract procurement including Design Build, IDIQ, JOC Contracts, and Proposals, Saber Contracts and RFPs, 8A and DBE programs.Please See Attached Government and Industrial Project Lists showing Supervisory Construction Management Experience. Education: Various College Courses through the US Army, Angelo State Univ, and Marshall Univ. and Rio Hondo College - 1973 to 1984. Construction Management, Civil and Structural Engineering, Business, Accounting, and Finance. NOTE*** (Though I have just over 3 years of college credits, I do not have a college degree.)Computer Skills: Microsoft Windows versions XP, Vista, and Windows 7. Microsoft Office 97, 2000, 2003, and 2007. Primavera P-3 Scheduler, Primavera 8.0, Expedition 8.0, SureTrak, Prolog, Master Builder 4.0, Timberline Accounting and Estimating, UDA Project Management Professional, Viewpoint, Peach Tree, Microsoft Project, Lotus, Quick Books Construction Professional, Job Costing Software, and many other and varied Accounting, Business, and Project Management Programs and Software Applications.
LEADERSHIP STATEMENT: I am a very Pro-Active, Team Oriented Manager who is totally committed to Serviant Leadership. I am a manager who believes in leading by example. I am an experienced Leader/ Rain-Maker with the expertise to compliment. I am a Trained Executive understanding corporate set up and operations. I am an Operations Manager understanding how to manage people and contracts for profit. I know Construction from the ground up and from Cradle to Grave. I am a Seasoned, Senior Construction Executive understanding how to put together complex jobs ranging from thousands, to hundreds of millions. This includes knowing from experience what are the real, and true risks, and how to mitigate and overcome those risks. I know how to work Team with and Joint Venture with 8(A) and DMC Companies to the government for proven success. I believe in having fun and going to work to accomplish the challenges. I believe in people and work with them hand in hand to Adapt, Overcome, and Excel.It is not just me, but the people on the team, working together, that becomes successful.

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Related keyword: Projects Managed on a fee basis for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, and 611th Air Force: Design Build Project: U.S Army Corps of Engineers - Bassett Army Hospital: Fort Wainwright, Fairbanks, Alaska: The new facility is a 269,000 sq. ft. replacement hospital designed for the sub-arctic climate of Fairbanks. The new hospital was built to operate through extreme earthquake conditions with redundant fire protection, heating systems, and an emergency central energy plant. This contract was for a Four (4) Phase replacement hospital program. Phase I consisted of construction of a project office and site development. Phase II was the construction of the new hospital structure. Phase III was installation of Medical and Communications Equipment. Phase IV was demolition of the existing hospital and an adjacent administrative building. The site of the replacement hospital was adjacent to the existing structure. The total amount for all Four (4) Phases, to include the government\'s cost for administering the construction contracts, was $215,000,000.00.\r\n\r\nDesign Build Project: Family Housing Replacement: \r\nFort Rucker, Alabama: \r\nDemolish 12 8-plex buildings and Construct 275 new multi-plex buildings: 135 were three-bedroom units and 140 were four-bedroom units. Each unit will have a one-car garage and two off-street parking spaces. Five (5) percent of these units were made handicap accessible. Contract completion date: July 2005, Project Value: $22,603,450.00. Design Build Project - Officers Dormitory Housing Project:\r\nFort Benning, Georgia. 103,235 Sq. Ft. Design and Construction of new dormitory style military housing facility for Fort Benning, Georgia: Project consists of 72 rooms to accommodate 144 officer personnel. The units consist of private sleeping areas with a combined bath and kitchenette, common areas, attached mess hall/dinning center, recreational center, laundry center, and complete indoor exercise center. Contract completion date: April 2005. Project Value: $61,008,579.00. \r\n\r\nDesign Build Project: U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Training Center: Fort Bragg, NC. 55,000 Sq. Ft. Training and Readiness Center that serves the entire State of Alaska. Contract completion date: Jan. 2005. Project value: $26,516,810.00. Design Build Project - Whole Barracks Renewal: Fort Jackson, SC: Construct a new 144-person enlisted personnel barracks and a Soldier Community Center.\r\nSame in basic design and scope of above described (FY-2003-0231).\r\nContract completion date: Nov. 2004. Project Value: $70,215,000.00. Design Build Project - Collective Training Facility: \r\nFort Stewart, Georgia. Design and build a standard-design, Live-Fire, platoon-sized Military Operations in Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) Collective Training Facility. The project consists of 17 buildings that simulate an urban setting for combat training. Contract completion date: Oct. 2004. Project Value: $14,640,367.00. Design Build Project: Design/Construct Dormitory: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama: Construct a 180-unaccompanied enlisted personnel dormitory. The building was Three (3) Stories with a gross building area of 125,750 Sq. Ft. Same in basic design and scope of above described Dormitory Project only somewhat larger. Contract completion date: June, 2004. Project Value: $62,587,400.00. Projects managed on a fee basis for the Federal US Department of State and the US Army Corps of Engineers: U.S. Department of State, US Corps of Engineers - Construction Management for a new US Embassy in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. This Project was an American/Emirates joint venture. The partners in the undertaking were U.S. based J.A. JONES CONSTRUCTION CO. and the local AL-HAMED DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION. Construction Management responsible for the erection a new office building that encompassed some 68,000 square feet. Project Completed on time and on budget. Total Project Value: $51,650,000.00. U.S. Department of State, US Corps of Engineers - Construction Management for a new US Consulate in Dubai, U.A.E. Construction Management responsible for the erection a new office building that encompassed some 28,000 square feet. Project Completed on time and on budget. Total Project Value: $11,400,000.00. U.S. Department of State, US Corps of Engineers - Construction Management for a new US Embassy in Doha, Qatar. Construction Management responsible for the erection a new office building that encompassed some 98,000 square feet. Project Completed on time and on budget.\r\nTotal Project Value: $76,950,000.00. U.S. Department of State, US Corps of Engineers - Construction Management for a new US Embassy in Kuwait City, Kuwait. Construction Management responsible for the erection a new office building that encompassed some 124,000 square feet.\r\nProject Completed on time and on budget.Total Project Value: $115,300,000.00. Projects managed on a fee basis for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, State of Alaska, and State of Washington Departments of Corrections: The Federal Detention Center (FDC) - Sea Tac (Seattle), Washington: Facility was built as an administrative facility housing male and female inmates awaiting trial and/or sentencing. Facility is a seven story 110,000 Sq. Ft. Building built under the “LEEDS” Green Building Program and was awarded a “Silver Certificate” upon completion. Project was built on time and on budget. Project Completion Date: May 2005. Total Project Value: $71,800,000.00. The United States Penitentiary (USP) Atwater, California: This facility is a high security facility housing adult male offenders. The institution also includes a minimum security satellite camp. The USP Atwater is located on a portion of the former Castle Air Force Base. Facility is a one to two story 93,000 Sq. Ft. with a total of eight buildings. A building built under the “LEEDS” Green Building Program, and was awarded a “Bronze Certificate” upon completion. Project was built on time and on budget. Project Completion Date: April 2004. Total Project Value: $42,000,000.00. Anchorage Correctional Complex, Anchorage, Alaska: This facility is a high security facility housing adult male offenders. The facility holds inmates awaiting Trail, sentencing, and sentenced inmates needing medical attention. Facility has 385 beds. Facility is three stories and 88,000 Sq. Ft. Facility was built under the “LEEDS” building program, and was awarded a “Silver Certificate” upon completion. Project was built on time and on budget. Project Completion Date: December 2002. Total Project Value: $65,000,000.00. Monroe Correctional Center, Monroe, Washington: Project consisted of the construction of a new The Intensive Management Unit (IMU), Two new 100-bed living units, and a 100-bed Segregation Unit which replaced the 80-bed Segregation Unit at WSRU. The 250-bed Intensive Management Unit houses behaviorally difficult-to-manage offenders in a highly-controlled environment. The facility was built under the “LEEDS” building program, and was awarded a “Silver Certificate” upon completion. Project was built on time and on budget. Project Completion Date: July 2004. Total Project Value: $77,300,000.00. Projects managed on a fee basis for the U.S. and State of Alaska Departments of Education: Design Build Project: Chevak K-12 School Replacement: Chevak, Alaska: Design and construction of a 67,000 Sq. Ft. new school for a rural Western Alaska Village community. Contract completion date: Dec. 2003. Project Value: $19,643,000.00. Design Build Project: Elem K-12 School Replacement: Elem, Alaska: Design and construction of a 59,000 Sq. Ft. new school for a rural Western Alaska Village community. Contract completion date: Oct. 2003. Project Value: $18,545,000.00. Projects Managed on a fee basis for the U.S. and Alaska Departments of Transportation: Dalton Hwy. Resurface, Bridge Repair & Replacement and Phase 1 and Phase 2 Paving Project: Dead Horse, Alaska: Joint U.S. DOT and ADOT project to widen and improve Northern Dalton Hwy. Repair and replacement of existing bridges, and first time asphalt paving of road surface for initial Phase 1 and Phase 2 of total project. Contract completion date: September 2004. Project Value: $272,110,680.00. Interchange redesign and new bridge construction -International Airport Way and Minnesota Drive: Anchorage, Alaska: Complete redesign of existing interchange and the construction of a new Concrete Pillar Support Bridge to create better traffic flow and access to the Anchorage International Airport. Contract completion date: November 2003. Project Value: $26,488,000.00 Design Build Project: Redesign and improvements to Glen Highway from 6th and Gamble Streets to current Boniface Parkway, and from Boniface Parkway to 5th and Gamble Streets: Anchorage, Alaska: Project entailed widening roadways and constructing new interchanges and overpass bridges to ease traffic congestion, and improve traffic flow to, and from, the downtown Anchorage business district. Contract completion date: August 2004. Project Value: $58,900,000.00. NOTE*** I have also managed on a fee basis approximately $133,000,000.00 in other additional Highway and Bridge Projects for both the U.S. and Alaska State DOT between Dec. 1998 and July 2005. Projects managed on a fee basis for the Department of the Navy - Defense Fuels Logistics Agency: Hydrant Fuel System, North Ramp Phase III: Elmendorf Air force Base, Anchorage, Alaska: Construct new below ground jet fuel storage tanks and outlets with connection to the existing pipe system. Construct a new pump house operations building and truck fill stands. Make site improvements to include pavement, two access roads, utilities, and lights. Contract completion date: Oct. 2003. Project Value: $14,549,562.00. Hydrant Fuel System, Phase I:\r\nEielson Air Force Base, Fairbanks, Alaska: Construct new below ground Bulk Jet Fuel Storage Tanks, and outlets with connection to the existing pipe system. Construct a new pump house operations building and truck fill stands. Make site improvements to include pavement, two access roads, utilities, and lights. Contract completion date: Aug. 2002. Project Value: $16,573,000.00.

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