Project Civil Engineer

Name : Bob Zach
Industry Type : Architects
City & State : Allentown,PA
Job Title Project Civil Engineer
Relocation Preferences : Philadelphia
Objective : Resident Engineer
Project Engineer
Construction Manager
Construction Estimator
Construction Inspections
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BACKGROUND SUMMARY

As a Project Civil Engineer, I have provided:

A working knowledge of current construction practices, methods and materials; combination inspection techniques; and knowledge of federal, state, county and local laws relating to building design and construction
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills as well as strong organizational and interpersonal skills

As a Project Engineer, my duties included:

Construction Management
oReviewing pay applications
oManaging change orders
oReviewing requests for pricing
oReviewing shop drawings
oCoordinating information between the contractors and designers
Evaluating engineering problems & developing comprehensive solutions to them
Construction inspections

As a Structural Engineer, I have performed:

Wind load and gravity load calculation for sizing structural members
Shoring analysis, design, and inspections
Structural failure investigations
Analysis and inspections for post tension cables repairs.

As a Florida State Certified Building Contractor, I was licensed to build commercial structures up to three stories high and remodel any size building. This experience has provided me with an excellent foundation for:

Structural analysis, construction management, & construction inspection
Communicating with clients, contractors, and building officials






WORK EXPERIENCE


Project Civil Engineer, Keystone Cement Company Inc. May 07/ November 08

Keystone Cement Modernization Project, Keystone Cement Company, P.O. Box A, Bath, Pennsylvania

The $200 million plant modernization project made the Keystone Cement Plant one of the most technologically advanced cement plants in the United States. The heavy commercial construction project consisted: of deep foundations and slip formed walls for the construction of a 300 feet high preheater-precalciner kiln with two 20,000-ton clinker storage silos; mass foundations were required for the 5000-hp ball mill and the finish mill; high speed conveyors will transport materials to a 140,000-square feet storage hall; and a 5000 kVA Electrical Sub Station.

As the Project Civil Engineer, I was in responsible charge of providing oversight for the structural and architectural construction modifications. My duties included:

Construction inspections for compliance with the Project Contract Documents
Special Inspections for compliance with:
oBuilding Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI-318-05)
oSpecifications for Structural Concrete (ACI-301-05)
oBuilding Code Requirements for Masonry Structures (ACI-530-02/ASCE 5-02/TMS 402-02)
oSpecifications for Masonry Structures (ACI 530.1-02/ASCE 6-02/TMS 602-02)
Construction Management

Project Engineer, DMJM Aviation, Inc. April 05/ April 07

Terminal A. East Alterations at the Philadelphia International Airport,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The $10 million project consisted of interior modifications to the Terminal A. East Building to fully integrate the existing structure with the new International Terminal Project. Phasing of the construction allowed the existing security check point to remain operational. The renovation included: expanding the security check point from 3 lanes to eight lanes, a new American Airline office area, maintenance locker rooms with toilet facilities, maintenance storage areas, telecommunication rooms, and electric closets.

As the Project Engineer, I was in responsible charge of providing oversight for the construction modifications. My duties included: Construction Management, Construction Inspection, Civil Engineering, Analysis, and Design.


Project Engineer, DMJM Aviation, Inc. January 02 / April 05

International Terminal A. West addition to the Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The $500 million, 800,000 square feet addition, consisted of four levels with: 13 new international boarding gates, 56 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization booths, a new international arrival hall, 8 high speed baggage claim carrousels, and 26,000 square feet of commercial concession space.

As the Project Engineer, I was in responsible charge of providing oversight for the construction modifications. My duties included: Construction Management, Construction Inspection, Civil Engineering, Analysis, and Design.


Terminal Coordinator, DMJM Aviation, Inc. June 00 / January 02

Terminal F, Philadelphia International Airport, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The $100 million, 200,000 square feet commuter terminal consisted of a two level Ticket Lobby linked with passenger bridges to Terminal E, a 10 story Air Traffic Control Tower, three concourses with thirty six gates, and four food concession areas.

As the Project Engineer, I was in responsible charge of the providing oversight for the Structural, Architectural, Mechanical, and Electrical construction packages. My duties included: Construction Management, Civil Engineering, and Construction Inspection


Field Construction Manager, DMJM Aviation, Inc. May 99 / June 00

Parking Garage & Terminal/Concourse Expansion to the Pensacola Regional Airport, Pensacola, Florida

The $22 million project consisted of a new 4 level parking garage, renovations and expansion of the existing terminal building and terminal concourse.

As the Project Engineer, for the Parking Garage & Terminal Concourse expansion project; my duties included: Construction Management, Civil Engineering and Construction Inspection


Resident Project Representative,
Day & Zimmerman Infrastructure Inc. / DMJM Aviation, Inc. May 98 / January 99

Terminal Expansion, Regional Southwest International Airport, Fort Myers, Florida

The $2.0 million, 37,000 square feet, two level concourse building consisted of: passenger hold rooms for six airplane boarding gates, and administrative offices.

As the Project Engineer, I was in responsible charge of the structural, architectural, mechanical, and electrical construction packages. My duties included Construction Management, Civil Engineering, & Construction Inspection.


Project Engineer, Chalaire & Associates, IncJune 97 to January 98

As a structural engineer, I performed structural analysis, shoring analysis, and construction inspections for concrete restorations on high-rise apartment buildings using International Concrete Repair Institute Standards.

As a structural engineer I performed structural analysis and design of beams, columns, and foundations for residential structures.


Structural Engineer, F.D.J. Enterprises, Inc.July 96 to December 96

As a structural engineer, I used an Eagle Point Structural Analysis Program to perform wind load and gravity load analysis, for the sizing of beams, girders, columns and foundations for residential structures.


Sole Proprietor, Robert Zach, Builder1983 to July 96

As a Florida State Certified Building Contractor, License No. CBC028165, I managed a design and build construction company for light commercial and residential construction.


CERTIFICATIONS

Engineer In TrainingApril 96
SBCCI Certified Building InspectorFebruary 98


COMPUTER SOFTWARE PROGRAMS

Primavera P3e/c for Construction
Primavera Project Planner 3.1
Algor Finite Element Analysis
Eagle Point Structural Analysis
AutoCAD, Release 14





EDUCATION

ERWIN TECHNICAL CENTERJune 1997
AutoCAD, Release 14

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDAMay 4, 1996
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Degree
Area of concentrated studies Structural Engineering

MANATEE COMMUNITY COLLEGEMay, 1993
Associates of Arts Degree


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