Site Construction Manager

Name : Brad Butcher
Industry Type : Design Build Firms
City & State : St. Marys,WV
Job Title Site Construction Manager
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Experienced Construction Professional offers the following experience in a wide range of construction disciplines managing several projects.

Oversaw as many as 250 Craft Personnel working in multiple disciplines.
Oversaw $ 250 million of contract work using (6) different contractors.

Projects have included: Disciplines managed have included:
Boiler Outages Boiler Rework - boiler, air heaters, burners
Turbine Outages Rotating Equipment - turbines, ball mills
Coal Handling Outages Piping - FRP pipe, standard pipe
FGD Construction Ductwork Installation/Repair
SCR Construction Civil Work earthwork, concrete work
New Construction Projects Structural Work
Steel Mill Outages Electrical Installation


Site Construction Manager, Pike Electric Inc.
DLC Sub-Station Project, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 11/2008-present

Oversee the daily construction activities at work site, including schedule of workers, materials, and equipment.
Provide daily and weekly construction reports and updates.
Develop and ensure contractors are adhering to schedule requirements
Monitor contractors activities to ensure they meet all project documentation including schedule, budget, workmanship, quality and safety requirements.
Review drawings, specifications, project documentation, and provide feedback to client and engineering firms.
Verify and sign-off contractors time sheets and invoices.
Monitor and manage any change request and scope of work changes.

Construction Superintendent, American Electric Power
Clifty Creek Power Plant FGD Project, Madison, Indiana 4/2007 -11/2008
Mitchell Power Plant SCR/FGD Project Moundsville, West Virginia 1/2006 4/2007

Managed six major contractors for a project valued in excess of $250M Clifty Creek FGD.
Supervised the daily construction activities of multiple disciplines including civil, concrete, structural, mechanical, marine work and architectural.
Oversaw and managed as many as 250 construction specialists and supervisors.
Reviewed project designs for accuracy, completeness and constructability; provided review assessment summaries and coordinated requirements between contractors and engineering firms.
Create schedule activities and monitor contractor adherence to schedule.
Continually evaluated the processes in place to ensure that the best possible solution was applied to each task. Customer service always a top priority.
Provided sound construction advice and frontline guidance. Excelled at proactively identifying errors and initiating immediate, practical and cost-effective solutions on site.
Monitored construction activities to ensure work efficiency and that all project standards and specifications were meet with regards to workmanship and quality



Performed daily and weekly site safety assessments and monitored contractors to ensure that all safety standards and guidelines were followed.
Performed weekly QA reports.
Maintained documentation including timesheets, QC, Safety and progress reports.
Verified and signed-off on contractors timesheets and invoices.
Drafted and tracked Extra Work Orders with regards to schedule, budget and scope of work.
Coordinated and communicated all aspects of the projects with clients, owners, engineers, manufactures, managers and interns.
Performed daily and weekly site safety assessments and monitored contractors to ensure that all safety standards and guidelines were followed.
Performed all Quality Control/Quality Assurance on Mitchell FGD projects for all disciplines including Electrical, Civil, Structural, Mechanical, and Welding. Maintained all QC/QA documentation including inspection reports, Non-conformance Reports, factory reports, deficiencies found and repair procedure and start-up packages.

Ironworkers Local 787, Parkersburg, West Virginia 1995 12/2005
Ironworker , Superintendent, General Foreman, Quality Control

Ironworker Superintendent: Oversaw as many as 40 Craft personnel working on individual projects of approximately $8 million dollars.
Ironworker General Foreman: Oversaw as many as 40 craft personnel working on boiler outages and coal-handling outages.
Ironworker General Foreman: Oversaw all rigging on turbine rebuilds including rigging of turbine and related equipment.
Worked in QC as Certified Welding Inspector on Boiler Outages.
Oversaw daily construction activities and ensured that project was completed in accordance with projects documentation including drawings, specifications, quality standards and safety requirements.
Coordinated craft personnel, material and equipment to meet schedule dates.
Verified and approved time sheets and material deliveries.
Streamlined operations and improved productivity through effective reporting, prioritization and customer communications.

Phoenix Trailers Corporation, Saint Marys, West Virginia 1993 1995

Oversaw daily operations of the shop and office including ordering of materials, sales, deliveries, production, design and quality.
Performed all purchasing of materials; developed a quality tracking system to ensure trailers would be manufactured to clients specifications.


BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston Massachusetts
Comprehensive Project Management Program, 2/2009

Bachelor of Applied Science, Mechanical Engineering, 2008

Associate of Applied Science, Electronic Engineering, 1989
Project Management Professional, Project Management Institute, 2/2009
Certified Welding Inspector, American Welding Society, 2003




Specialist 4 (E-4), U.S. Army (Honorable Discharge, 1993)
Kuwait Liberation Medal

(for service in Operation Desert Storm)


Excellent references furnished upon request.

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