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Over 29 years experience
in areas of Project Management and Construction Management for commercial Program
and Construction Managers and commercial Real Estate development; all for high
rise office, retail, rail served industrial business parks, restaurants, site
acquisition with land owners, dedicated right-of-way infrastructure,
educational facilities K-12; including negotiated and competitive bid and
design build projects. Responsibilities include extensive experience coordinating with design teams, ensuring code
compliance for pre-designs, coordinating with state and county agencies and
municipalities for permitting, negotiations with prime contractors,
subcontractors and material suppliers. Experience includes administration of
contract agreements, shop drawing approval, oversight of project schedule,
inspections of infrastructure and buildings for quality control, and project
Project Specific Experience
Mattingly Construction Inc., Indianapolis, IN 5/2010-Current
Manager for masonry office, metal buildings and site work. Responsibilities
include estimating, contract negotiations, management of subcontractors and
material suppliers, pay applications, lien waivers, bonding, workers
compensation and general liability insurance updates.
Services, Orlando, FL 3/2002-4/2008
Project Manager for
Construction / Program Manager for Orange County (Florida) Public School
District. Completed projects include two (2) $58.4 million, 380,000 s.f. high
schools one qualified OCPS for the fifth highest SIT refund awarded by the
Department of Education for the State of Florida for all Public School
Districts; two (2) $21.7 million 184,000 s.f. middle schools and eleven (11) 96,000
s.f. elementary schools totaling $108.5 million. Responsibilities include all
inclusive Construction / Program Management as Project Manager from site
acquisition through close out managing all design team consultants, owner’s
consultants and construction manager; with cost management, shop drawing
approval, quality site inspections with weekly reports, managed project schedule
through project completion, FF&E coordination all required for a turn-key
Constructors, Orlando, FL 1/1997-3/2002
Project Manager of Construction / Program Manager for public educational facilities K-12
representing the School Districts of Orange County and Palm Beach County, Fl.
Responsibilities include all-inclusive project management as owner’s
representative from site acquisition through project close out managing all
design team consultants, owner’s consultants and construction managers, project
budgeting, site inspections for quality control, project schedule oversight and
project safety management, FF&F coordination all required for turn-key
process. Projects included totaled $107.3 million in contacts for one (1) high
school, one (1) middle school and seven (7) elementary schools. All schools
achieved the D.O.E. SIT Smart School Award.
Builders, Inc., Longwood, FL 2/1993-1/1997
Construction Manager for
Developer / Contactor specializing in commercial land acquisition, property
restoration and sales. Managed field operations including trades and material
vendors, estimating, permitting, shop drawing approval, subcontract agreements,
change orders, pay applications, lien waivers, workers compensation and general
Free Builders, Inc., Lakeland, FL 9/1990-2/1993
Owner of General
Contacting Company facilitating implementation of American with Disabilities Act (ADA) modifications
for the State of Florida funded projects. Participated in committee evaluation
and revisions to the policy and procedures with recommendations. Construction
of creating for the physical impaired at work and at home.
Alter Group Southeast, Atlanta, GA
Director of Development
for the 15th largest Commercial Design Build Construction Management
firm. My responsibilities included; technical site analysis, acquisition of
land, master planning of land use meeting zoning requirements, platting of
sites, selection and everyday management of Architectural / Civil engineering,
Sub Consultants and Construction Managers. All for office leased buildings and
build to suite office building including business park infrastructure with an
annual volume of $2 million. This 51 acre business park won the prestigious
1989 Dorey Real Estate award, “Service Center Park Award” for Architecture.
Build to suite headquarters for Toyomenka in Charlotte N.C.
Crow Company, Orlando, FL
Construction Manager for
Commercial Real Estate Developer. Assisted in creating the first Orange
County’s Development Regional Impact (DRI) study approval with impact fee
program working with Hal Kantor P.A. of L.D.K.R. of Orlando, FL. In charge of
Construction management of fourteen (14) projects including three (3) six story
office buildings all in excess of $31 million at Lee Vista Center, Orlando
Central Park and Northlake business park all in Orlando, FL Selected and coordinated
design team Architects, Engineers, Consultants and Construction Managers.
During site analysis coordinated with municipalities for permits, easements,
platting, developer agreements and
site environmental analysis. Approval of contractor’s pay request and change
orders, solved design field errors to assure on time and within budget. Other
responsibilities included assisting in loan closing by providing final budgets,
boundary surveys, site evaluation reports, utility letters of availability, as
built plans and specifications and final surveys. First place in “Leadership in
Action Management Program” creating cost savings totaling a quarter of a
million dollars, through obtain building fill from a wetland area under
mitigation through the approval by the Florida Department of Natural Resources
& Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Duke Construction Co Inc., Indianapolis, IN 2/1979-5/1984
Department Manager /
Project Manager / Estimator for the 125th largest Design Build
Construction Management Corporation for industrial, office and retail projects.
Initial position included preliminary, conceptual and competitive estimating
with an annual bid volume of 55 estimates ranging up to $12 million in cost.
Project Management responsibilities included negotiations of contract
agreements and material vendors, shop drawing approval, managed project
schedule, subcontractor draw request approval, job cost reporting with status
of profit or loss. Averaging five projects concurrently with an annual volume
of $13 million and an average gross profit of 8.4%. Department Manager of
tenant finish construction with a staff of seven (7) employees with an annual
volume of $5.2 million consisting of 90 projects.
Bixler Construction, Indianapolis, IN 5/1977-2/1979
Field Engineer for deep
new underground sanitary and storm water piping system within a historic
residential district using the first hydraulic tunnel equipment method from
Westphalia, Germany. Surveying for a three (3) acre Indianapolis Power and
Light sub base station. General Motors plant expansion of 12,000 s.f.
Bachelor Science in Construction Management and Associates in Architecture
1977. Graduated first in the school of Engineering and Technology 1977.
CMAA, Construction Managers
Association of America
Licensed Standard Building Inspector, BN0002203
General Contractor, CGC053545
1978 General Motors plant 12,000 s.f. expansion and
one IPL 3 acre Power Sub Base Station.
1979 55 estimates of commercial office, retail and
warehouse buildings with a maximum cost of
1980 One 320,000 s.f. speculative rail served dock
high distribution warehouse. Two (2) 36,000 s.f.
story speculative office buildings. One 180,000 s.f. speculative rail served
1981 Two (2) 180,000 s.f. speculative rail served
dock high distribution warehouse. Two (2) 119,000
s.f. speculative rail
serves dock high distribution warehouses.
1982 Twelve (12) story$12.1 million speculative
office building known as One North Capitol.
One 96,200 s.f. retail strip center
with Marsh grocery store anchor tenant.
1983 $5.2 million of 90 commercial interior finish
projects managing a staff of seven (7).
1984 $6.7 million 179,000 s.f. six (6) story
Citadel One speculative office building.
Two (2) 39,600 speculative service
buildings. One 220,000 s.f. speculative dock high rail
1985 $2.8 million Piedmont Airlines 22,000 s.f.
build to suite office reservation center. $6.9 million
179,000 s.f. six (6) story Citadel
Two speculative office building. Two (2) 39,600 s.f.
speculative service center buildings.
One 220,000 s.f. speculative dock high railed served
1986 $7.2 million, 179,000 s.f. six (6) story
Citadel Three speculative office building. Two (2)
39,600 s.f. speculative service
center buildings. One 220,000 s.f. speculative dock high rail
1987 One $2.1 million 32,000 speculative office
warehouse dock high service center. 2,100 l.f.
of street infrastructure including utilities, pavement,
curbs and landscaping.
1988 One $2.4 million, 36,000 s.f. speculative
office warehouse dock high service center.
1989 $1.3 million, 14,000 s.f. build to suite
office building for Toyomeca Textile Company
One $2.5 million, 38,000 s.f.
speculative office warehouse dock high service center.
1990 One $2.3 million, 32,000 s.f. speculative
office warehouse dock high service center.
1991-1993 Seven (7)
A.D.A. projects totaling $161,000.
1994-1996 Seventeen (17)
fire restoration projects totaling $3.3 million.
1997-1998 One $21.1
million, 184,000 s.f. Middle school.
1999 Three (3) 96,000 s.f. each two (2) story
Elementary schools totaling $25.0 million.
2000 Three (3) 96,000 s.f. each two (2) story Elementary
schools totaling $26.6 million.
2001 One 360,000 s.f. High school and one 92,000
s.f. Elementary school both totaling $61.2
2002 One $58.4 million, 380,000 s.f. high school.
Two (2) $9.6 million each two (2) Elementary
2003 One $58.8 million, 380,000 s.f. High school.
One $21.7 million, 184,000 s.f. Middle school.
2004 Three (3) 96,000 s.f. each two (2) story
Elementary schools totaling $29.1 million.
2005 One 21.9 million, 184,000 s.f. Middle school.
Two (2) 96,000 s.f. each two (2) story
Elementary schools totaling$19.6
2006 Two (2) 96,000 s.f. each, two (2) story
Elementary schools totaling $19.8 million.
2007-2008 Two (2) 96,000 s.f. each, two (2) story Elementary
schools totaling $20.4 million.