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John Webb

Project Manager

Millbury, United States

Industry Category: Building Owners

Relocation Preferences: Yes To obtain a position with a company that will allow me to expand my knowledge and increase my skill sets to benefit the company that I work for.

John Webb'S Overview


John Webb

Construction Project Manager with a strong knowledge of all associated trades. Experienced in facility maintenance and management. Independent worker with strong interpersonal skills and very customer service oriented. Successful track record for projects adhering to schedule and within budgetary guidelines.

Construction Supervisors License (MA.)
Proficient in MS Office, Project, Sharepoint, Outlook
Strong background in construction
Extensive knowledge of associated trades
Flexible schedule / willing to travel
Able to multi task and work on several projects
Dedicated, responsible, honest, company person
Strong interpersonal skills
Capable of working independently or in teams
Can adapt to various work settings
Extensive knowledge of DPH regulations.

Supervised, trained, and coached in house staff of 8 through various construction projects saving several thousands of dollars from contracting work to outside sources
Successfully managed the complete demolition and fit up of a 2.3 million dollar 7300 square foot gastroenterology suite from conception to operational.
Capably oversaw the multi phased interior renovations of five sites, totaling a budget value of 5.5 million dollars and 230,000 square feet.
Proficiently partnered with other managers, outside vendors, and the internal I.T department for the relocation of 16 entire departments
Participated on a team of 6 for the installation of hardware for an electronic medical records system into 450+ exam rooms, procedure areas, and nurse stations.
Successfully managed the ergonomic assessment, ordering of necessary parts/equipment, hiring of contractors, scheduling and fit up of over 1000 work stations for improved working conditions, resulting in an estimated 75% reduction in workmans compensation claims, a noticeable increase in productivity, and a monetary savings based on those 2 items

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Fallon Clinic - Worcester, MA. 1993 to 2009
Project Manager: organize pre project conceptual team-obtain bids-propose project for capital funding-apply for DPH plan approval-arrange project team consisting of in house administrators, architectural firm, design team, general contractor and their sub contractors-organize and facilitate weekly project meetings-oversee entire project from conception until successful completion, adhering to scheduled timeframes and budgetary guidelines.
Facilities Supervisor: Coordinate moves of individuals, groups, and entire departments-design and fit up of space to accommodate staff-partnered with a coworker to conduct ergonomic assessments and adjustments for any of 2500 employees as needed-Acquire estimates and schedule contractors for construction, repairs, and renovations, fostered project management duties to transition into new role.
Senior Project Technician: Coordinate in house construction projects-provide leadership, guidance, training, and supervision to a team of 7 to oversee 30 facilities ranging in square footage of 2300 to 65000 totaling 300,000 sq.ft.-coordination and involvement of snow and ice removal of so sites-on call duties on a rotating basis

Webb Construction Charlton, MA. 1980 1993
Responsibilities included assisting with all phases of construction for custom homes and sub-divisions; remodeled existing homes; specialized in finish carpentry. Responsibilities grew to include overseeing the work of subcontractors; on-site decision making; provided leadership and management to a team of 8 employees.

Worcester Vocational high School, diploma obtained in top 10% of class

2006 Worcester Polytechnic Institute, fundamentals of Project Management 1st of 5 workshops towards WPI certificate in Project Management.
2005 Fallon Clinic Learning & Organizational Development Education Courses,:
Performance Planning
Essentials of Effective Leadership & Management
Coaching for Improvement
Coaching for Success
Conflict Management
1999 Massachusetts Safety Council Advanced Driver Training Course,
1997 TSCA Title II, Asbestos Accreditation,-Asbestos Hazard Awareness Training ATC Associates, Inc.
1996 SpecSeal Firestop System Course certified trained installer, Specified Technologies, Inc.
1994 Construction Supervisors Seminar, Builders Association of Central Massachusetts

Fallon Clinic Letters of Recognition for Perfect Attendance for entire 16 year tenure at Fallon Clinic
Received employee of the Month Award at Fallon Clinic awarded by a panel of Administrators to 1 of 2500+ employees on a monthly basis
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