Unemployed

Name : Gregory A. Vialva Jr.
Industry Type : Electrical Contractors
City & State : Rancho Cucamonga,CA.
Job Title Unemployed
Relocation Preferences : n/a
Objective : Electrical project manager service department, small projects.
Resume :  
Personal details:
Detail oriented, self-motivated, reliable, well-organized, results driven hands-on manager. A solid work ethic backed by a technically sound background and knowledge of the NEC. Embraces new challenges and has exceptional problem-solving skills. Customer focused with outstanding interpersonal skills, along with excellent oral and written communication skills.
6 years plus, of management and sales experience as electrical service department manager, project manager, assistant national project manager, sales estimator and technical sales support. 26 years as a proven, accomplished journeyman electrician, taking pride in producing top quality installations and excellent craftsmanship.
Status: Married Address:

Rancho Cucamonga, CA. 91730
Computer skills: MS word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point.
Work experience
High Tower Electric Inc., Corona, Ca.
Project Manager (April 07-July 08)
Assess client needs, prepare estimates, negotiate terms and finalize contracts.
Plan, manage, coordinate, staff, produce the expansion and upgrade of datacenters
Including installation of UPS units, ASTS units, power transformers,
Static bypass switches, PDUs. Stand-by generators, Automatic transfer switches.
Coordinate city permits, inspections, commissioning and testing of new installs.
Cove Electric Inc., Palm Desert, Ca.
Service Department Manager (October 06- February 07)
Manage, oversee, direct the daily operations of service department,
Including all small projects, service calls, hiring and terminating of employees.
Perform employee evaluations, track progress of small projects and ensure a
Positive cash flow in the department
Conduct jobsite quality assurance inspections, monitor quantity of work done,
Coordinate and interface with city building officials.
Prepare estimates, develop new business, service all accounts.
McBride Electric/MPower Inc., San Diego, Ca.
Electrician/ Asst. National Project Manager (October 96- September 06)
Service and install commercial, industrial, institutional electrical wiring and equipment.
Troubleshoot, repair, design control circuits and logic as Journeyman level IV.
Supervise crew of 10 electricians on daily service calls and small projects.
Oversee, direct field operations for national project team on roll-outs,
Supervise affiliates on multi-million dollar national projects.
Produce/edit scope of work document packages and provide
Field training for national project vendors, conduct critical site surveys prior to
project implementation.
Perform quality assurance inspections and reports for each national project
Sales estimator, direct sales, business development and technical sales support.
Davidson Electric Inc., Orange, Ca.
Journeyman Electrician IV. (February 91-October 96)
Install new utility service equipment on commercial and
Industrial facilities.
Working foreman in various restaurant tenant improvement
Projects and remodels.
Design logic diagrams and troubleshoot/repair control circuits for
Custom made manufacturing equipment.
References are available upon request.
PROJECT LIST
1) Home Depot Self Checkout cash register, national project ($6M.)
2) Home Depot Stand-by generator and ATS upgrade, national project ($17M.)
3) GAP/Old Navy/ Checkpoint loss-prevention, national project ($7M.):
4) Macaroni Grill: Point Of Sale infrastructure upgrade, national project ($4.5M)

Assistant Project Manager on each project, reported directly to the senior PM:

Responsibilities included:
1) Conduct field surveys and capture critical information, prior to commencement of the project, reporting back to project management team.
2) Heavy involvement in the producing and writing of project specific instructional documents to ensure standard, universal installation product nationwide.
3) Training and preparation of 67 national electrical contractors in project specific details thru daily telephone conference calls reviewing the scope of work document. Anticipate difficulties and provide solutions ahead of time.
4) Onsite presence to provide immediate direction to installers in the field as difficulties arose, in order to maintain set schedules.
5) Provide detailed status and progress reports of national roll-out to the joint project management team, including customer, on daily conference calls.
6) Onsite inspections to ensure project requirements were met and prepare quality assurance reports at the end of each project.
7) Managed project helpdesk, overseeing staff of four, fielding trouble calls, resolving emergency issues and providing resolutions to technical problems experienced by field installers, keeping project on schedule.

5) Broadcom Data Center, Irvine: Critical Power Upgrade ($250,000.00)
6) Irvine Data Center, Irvine: Critical power upgrade/Utility transformer Upgrade, Newport Beach ($180,000.00)
7) AmeriSource-Bergen Stand-by Generator Upgrade, Corona. ($180,000.00)

Project Manager, reported directly to the company president.

Responsibilities included:
1) Assist in engineering and design of new power equipment and wiring infrastructure during the design/build process.
2) Creation of an installation schedule and complete scope of work documents.
3) Acquire submittals for all electrical switchgear to be installed, submit for approval and coordinate with equipment suppliers for scheduled delivery to jobsite.
4) Monitor, interpret time cards, costs associated with production of the installation, issue purchase orders and track overall progress of the job.








5) Order all materials, tools and equipment needed for project. Project staffing requirements and make necessary provision for this.
6) Attend weekly conference call/round table status report meetings with customer and other vendors.
7) Develop Method of Procedure (MOP) documents for commissioning, testing and initializing of all newly installed equipment.
8) Perform quality assurance inspections and give direction to electrical foreman and associated trades throughout project.
9) Oversee and coordinate the activities of the HVAC contractor, Equipment testing technicians, Commissioning team, painters and framers. Arrange inspections with City Bldg. inspector.
10) Prepare estimates, issue change-orders, follow- through with the approval process, issue purchase orders to vendors.
11) Coordinate labor requirements, tools and build shut-down schedule to facilitate removal and upgrade of utility power transformers with SCE.
12) Prepare close-out package for the project.

SPECIAL TRAINING:

APC Training Institute, Rhode Island:
Completed intense 1 week training in the installation, start-up procedures, emergency repair, field troubleshooting of 3-phase and 1-phase Uninterruptible Power Supply units at the training facility (1999)

Checkpoint Systems, N.C.:
Completed 1 week training in the installation, start-up, maintenance of asset management and electronic article surveillance systems, at the factorys training facility. (2004)

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