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Craig Parramore

Project Manager

Elkton, Florida, United States
Industry Category: General Contractors - Managers
Relocation Preferences: Florida

Craig Parramore'S Overview

430 West New England Drive ● Elkton, Florida 32033
904.742.2956 ● craigp1951[AT]gmail.com

Seasoned and motivated professional with significant experience in project management with over $100 million in aggregate projects for construction, renovations, and demolition initiatives. Expertise in budget administration, subcontractor management, safety and regulatory compliance, and delivering on-time and within budget results in a fast-paced environment. Respected as a valued collaborator and passionate team player who possess a hybrid between strategic planning and tactical plan execution. Hard working individual who maintains a keen awareness of the
“big picture” with emphasis on quality, safety, timely results, and client satisfaction.
● Excellent Communicator ● Effective Facilitator ● Persuasive Negotiator ● Exceptional Administrator
● Budget and Cost Management ● Quality and Safety Control ● Critical Path Management
● Risk Management and Mitigation ● Customer Service ● Significant Construction Industry Experience
● Municipal, Military, and Commercial Construction ● Project Planning ● Relationship Management
● Subcontractor Management ● Change Management ● Process Improvement ● Time Management  

GILBANE                                                                                                                                   2010 – 2015
AJAX BUILDING CORPORATION                                                                                            2006 – 2008
WG YATES & SONS CONSTRUCTION                                                                                     2004 – 2006
BRADBURY STAMM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                                                               1991 – 2004
USACE, Hospital Emergency Generators ($5,2mm)                          September 2014 – July 2015
  • Direct all efforts for the design and construction phases replacing hospital emergency generators and all associated electrical switchgear, regulators, transfer switches, and fuel tanks at the Hospital’s Energy Support Building while minimizing backup system availability risk.
NAVFAC, Housing Unit Repairs ($3,5mm)                                                 August 2013 – July 2015
  • Orchestrate timely completion of all project milestones for a 52 housing unit renovation project. Ensure methodical execution to install siding, CATV outlets, exhaust fans, and solar water heaters.
USACE, Water Tank Repairs ($1mm)                                                September 2013 – April 2015
  • Employed project management discipline for barracks renovation initiative, including pressure washing and water tank recoat, stripped interior bowl and applied a three coat system, installed interior shell ladder and new roof, replaced catwalk and handrails, and repaired FAA lighting.
AFCEE, POL Facilities Repairs ($4,4mm)                                            December 2011 – June 2013
  • Oversaw project deliverables for repairs to hydrant system, controls containment, emergency generators, dike drains, roadways, fences, and gates ensuring project completed on time, within scope, and compliance with all technical and regulatory requirements.
AFCESA, Multiple Fuel Facilities Repairs ($1mm)                            September 2011 – May 2013
  • Ensured delivery of turnkey multi-site fuel facilities construction repairs including canopy extension concrete replacement, roadway, and piping from discharge of bulk transfer pump for JP-8 truck fuel.
  • Managed the design and construction of drain inlets, piping, and a 10,000 gallon containment pit.
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AFCESA, STRATCOM Telecom Upgrade ($3,5mm)               September 2008 – September 2009
  • Organized evening upgrades to telecom and fire protection systems with minimal tenant impact.
Facilities Remodeling and Renovations ($1,5mm)                                October 2010 – May 2011
  • Led the design phase to ensure costs remain within budget for a new chiller, air handler, boiler, fire suppression sprinkler system, a 1,500 square foot extension, and metal roof for the entire OSI facility.
USARC Facilities Renovations ($2,9mm)                                      November 2009 – October 2010
  • Renovated a U.S. Army Reserve facility which included architectural/cosmetic repairs, anti-terrorism/ force protection, HVAC, and electrical system extending its service life by at least 10 years.
Middle School Facilities Construction ($34,8mm)                         April 2006 – November 2008
  • Orchestrated efforts to construct a 170,000 square foot school while ensuring quality and safety.
  • Negotiated sub-contractor agreements and established aggressive timelines and efficient budgets.
Middle School Facilities Construction ($26,2mm)                                 April 2006 – March 2007
  • Successfully delivered a ground-up design and construction of a 143,000 square foot school.
  • Facilitated communications between design firm, designers, construction team, and end users and ensured issue resolution regarding existing school demolition, new facilities design, and construction.
ANG Hangar Construction ($16,3mm)                                                        June 2004 – March 2006
  • Executed all aspects of constructing a C-17 hangar ensuing timely and within budget completion.
  • Implemented numerous precautionary measures to ensure safety if fumes became life-threatening.
Casino Asphalt Parking Lot Construction ($250k)                           September 2002 – June 2004
  • Managed asphalt parking lot construction project with completion ahead of schedule and under budget.
  • Partnered with surveyor and sub-contractors to add 435 parking spots without the benefit of drawings.
United World College Renovations – Project Engineer ($13,6mm)      May 2000 – March 2003
  • Renovated an aged historic hotel into a modernized school campus for the United World College.
  • Eliminated $100k of renovation costs using hydraulic jacks instead of a full replacement of joists.
Bradbury Stamm Safety Initiatives – Safety Director                                  May 1991 – April 2000
  • Transformed company culture by implementing an award winning and citation-free safety program.
  • Reduced experience modifier by 50% realizing significant annual cost savings.
U.S. Air Force – Construction Management                                                          April 1971 – April 1991
AA in Construction Management, Air Force Academy, 1988
Recipient of the Certificate of Recognition Award, U.S. Army Reserve, 2010
In appreciation for exceptional support provided to the 15th Psychological Operations Battalion
Society of American Military Engineers CMAA
  • USACE Construction Quality Management for Contractors ● ASHE Healthcare Construction Certificate
  • AGC Accident and Loss Prevention ● First Aid/CPR ● New Mexico OSHB Safety and Health Seminar
  • USACE Scaffold Competent Person ● ● OSHA Course #500
  • AGC Safety Management Training ● DuPont STOP Program ● NACB Crane Rigging Conference
  • Fall Protection Training ● 40 Hour Hazwoper ● Excavation and Trenching ● Confined Space Rescue Training
  • OSHA Hazard Awareness Training ● Acid Management Decontamination Training
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