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Mr. Timothy Bond

Managing Director

United Arab Emirates, 'Ajman, United Arab Emirates
Industry Category: Engineers

Mr. Timothy Bond'S Overview

Resume:
Timothy J. Bond PE, PMP
timbon240095[AT]ejoob.com
+971 554 426 396 +966 547 318 798
STATEMENT
 
Business/Program/Design/Construction Executive with over 34 years experience in country, program and project management. Experienced in planning, design, construction and design build. US, Middle East, International and remote area experience.
 
KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
 
·       Participated at a senior level in four successful Joint Ventures. Including serving as President of two; two at the International level. One as a design build contractor in a conflict zone.
 
·       Initiated and lead the successful development of a Joint Venture between Atkins and Bechtel to win the Program Management Office for the Saudi Economic City Authority.
·       Delivered profitable design and build projects in two conflict zones (Iraq and Afghanistan).
 
·       Successfully lead the mobilization and execution of multiple international consultant contracts ranging from $5 million to $452 million.
 
·       Lead the Atkins pursuit and negotiation team that secured a design contract on the Riyadh metro worth $180 million dollar.
 
·       Successfully started-up two new businesses in Saudi Arabia and one each in Iraq and Afghanistan with complete responsibility for business development and profit and loss.
 
EDUCATION            ME Civil Engineering, University of Florida
 
BS Civil Engineering, University of New Haven
 
LICENSES                 Registered Civil Engineer, California and Texas
 
CERTIFICATIONS    Project Management Professional, Project Management Institute
 
EXPERIENCE
March 2012 to Present
 
WS Atkins & Partners Overseas Engineering Consultants, Managing Director Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
 
Responsible for start up, business development, proposals, staffing, execution, and full profit and loss.
 
·       A key member of the three man team pursuing multiple contracts on the Riyadh Metro Program including lead designer and independent checking engineer. Efforts included proposal development, delivery strategy, pricing, presentation, negotiation and development of terms and conditions. Atkins won lead designer of package three.
 
·       Initiated and concluded a joint venture with Bechtel to provide program management services to Saudi Economic City Authority.
·       Project Director for the design of the King Abdul-Aziz International Airport Redevelopment project.
 
·       Negotiated and signed MOU’s to pursue rail and aviation work with China Rail Construction Company and Samsung respectively.
 
·       Developed a pipe line of pursuits including metro rail, aviation, health care, and security/defense infrastructure. Pipeline represented over $1 billion in consulting fees.
 
·       Won consulting contracts with the Saudi National Guard, Royal Commission, Economic City Authority, Saudi Ports Authority, ARAMCO, and King Abdulla University for Science and Technology, along with multiple commercial clients.
·       Prequalified Atkins as a tier one consultant for the Ministry of Interior.
 
·       Developed a competitive pricing policy for the Saudi market.
 
April 2008 to February 2012 Parsons International Limited
May 2011 to February 2012
 
General Manager Saudi Arabian Parsons Limited
 
Responsible for the start up, business development, staffing, operations, profit and loss of Parsons Saudi Arabian Company. Parsons is designing and overseeing construction efforts exceeding $ 20 billion.
 
 
·       Mobilized and led the team to Master Plan and design the first phase of housing development for the Ministry of Housing. Scope included 60,000 housing units on 11 sites. Initial team numbered over 40 people with growth potential to 1800.
 
·       Bid, negotiated and won two projects with Jeddah Municipality for construction supervision and operations and maintenance. Contract exceeded 60 million dollars and required over 200 personnel to support.
 
Clients include the Saudi Royal Commission, Saudi Ministry of Housing, Saudi Arabian Rail and Jeddah Municipality. Staff exceeds 300 personnel and is projected to exceed 2,000 by End 2012.
 
August 2010 to May 2011
Vice President, PARCOMM Middle East North Africa Regional Operations Manager
 
Responsible for all field operations within Parsons Commercial Technology Group in the Middle East and North Africa. Duties included business development, proposals, staffing, and field operations including project management, design and construction management of multiple projects. Won significant design and construction management projects in Qatar and Saudi Arabia; construction efforts in the tens of billions of dollars.
·       Saudi Ministry of Housing (> 450 million dollars).
 
·       Education City Construction Supervision Project. Proposal included over 200 construction supervision personnel (>$120 million).
 
Clients include Saudi Ministry of Housing, Qatar Foundation, Abu Dhabi Musanada, Emirates Real Estate Corporation, and Mubadala.
 
May 2010 to July 2010
Vice President, Project Director Paris Sorbonne University
 
Assigned by Parsons President to recover Client confidence in this fast tracked design build project. Subsequently Parsons received kudos from senior client representatives for successful/aggressive management of contractor and other consultants in exceeding contract goals. Project completed ahead of schedule while reducing minor injury rate per 100,000 work hours from 2.43 to .5.
 
Nov 2009 to May 2010
 
Vice President, Business Development
 
Lead regional efforts in developing partnerships and pursuing numerous business opportunities in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.
 
April 2008 to Nov 2009
Vice President, Abu Dhabi International Airport Development Program
 
Responsible for the planning, development, design and construction management of the Abu Dhabi Airport Expansion Program- construction estimated over $8 billion. Oversaw 185 personnel in the program works. Selected to Vice President Parsons; Certified Parsons Project Manager. Selected Parsons Top International Aviation Project Manager and Top Project Manager for 2008.
Projects designed or constructed during term:
 
·       Design of Main Terminal Building – 720,000 square meters, 39 gate iconic structure.
 
·       Construction of Terminal 3 – 98,000 square meter terminal with 9 gates and two remote bus gates.
 
·       Construction of two new fire stations.
 
·       Construction of the new runway, parallel taxiway, navigation aids and air ground lighting – 4,100 Code F CAT IIIB runway.
·       Lead the certification to CAT IIIB airport- first in the Gulf.
 
·       Excavation and compaction of 16 million cubic meters of fill.
 
·       Construction of a 1700 car parking facility.
 
·       Construction of the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and ATCT Systems.
 
Sept 2005 to April 2008 CH2M Hill
Iraq and Afghanistan In-Country Program Manager
 
In Country Program Manager responsible for business development, execution, design and construction of multiple projects including:
·       US Army Corps of Engineers Multiple Award Task Order Contract Taji Air Base >$25 million.
 
·       Master Planning of 10 Military Bases Iraq wide including the International Zone.

 
·       Air Force Center for Engineering and Environment Heavy Engineering Contract - construction of five Iraqi military bases, total cost > $180 million.
 
·       Planning, design and construction of Coalition and US Forces Bases in Afghanistan including Camp Phoenix Expansion and New Kabul Compound, Kabul. Total Cost >$40 million.
 
Dec 2004 to August 2005 Independent Consultant
 
Provided consulting services (project programming, estimating, constructability review, project planning, and development services) to developers and prime contractors working on or pursuing the following projects:
 
·       Bonn Germany: Development of a 352 Room Four Star Hotel, Conference Center and Parking Structure - $165 million. Provided estimating, project plan (including contracting methods), project schedule, project team organization, contractor qualifications and Bank risk team liaison. Project accepted and funded by the City of Bonn and local banks.
 
·       US Embassy Baghdad Iraq: Design/Build of the new US Embassy - $509 million. Provided proposal writing, estimating, project plan, and project scheduling services. Listed as Project Manager in the proposal.
 
May to Dec 2004
 
Washington / Black & Veatch, Joint Venture Water Resources Contract Deputy Director Iraq
 
Assigned to the design build team awarded the Water Resources restoration contract for the Iraq Reconstruction and Restoration effort (IDIQ contract maximum amount $ 600 million).
·       Lead the implementation of the initial task orders totaling $300 million.
 
·       Developed the model used successfully to execute work in non-permissive locations.
 
·       Mobilized subcontractors onsite within 15 days of Task award; including $77 million of sewer work in Sadr City.
 
March to May 2004
 
Coalition Provisional Authority Program Management Office, Iraq Strategic Planner
 
Member of the Department of Defense/Department of State Planning Team supporting the Coalition Provisional Authority transition to US Embassy. Authored and coordinated the CPA Transition Plan.
 
January to March 2004
Deputy Director of Programs Coalition Provisional Authority, Iraq
 
Organization responsible for the management of the Iraq Restoration and Reconstruction effort ($18.6 billion). Oversaw the development of the processes and procedures converting Ministry requirements into design/build task orders.
·       Lead the six sector program managers during the absence of the Director.
 
·       Key driver in the issuance of the first $1.8 billion in task orders in a 60-day period.
 
2002 to 2004 Carter & Burgess Program Manager
 
Assigned as President of SecureTeam, a Texas Limited Partnership providing aviation and infrastructure security supporting cargo and baggage screening. SecureTeam supported the Transportation Security Agency:
 
·       Phase I and II scheduling and implementation of passenger checkpoint security.
 
·       The design and installation of lobby and inline baggage screening systems.
 
Other duties assigned:
 
·       Construction technical expert for the MD Anderson Cancer Center MEP Master Plan Redevelopment Program ($200M Program).
·       Project Director for the Saudi ARAMCO Repair Services Master Plan ($150M Program).
Related keyword: Director, Design & Construction

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