Project Manager

Name : 50Hudson
Industry Type : Mechanical Contractors
City & State : Leander,TX
Job Title Project Manager
Relocation Preferences : open
Objective : Project/Construction Manager for a solid company.
Resume :  
Jeffrey C. Sheridan


A project manager with over 25 years of progressively responsible experience. Broad background in project and construction management, from project inception, through scope definition, design, and project implementation. Major strengths include analysis of process flows, definition of system components, team organization, and project budget controls. Ability to communicate with all levels of project team and management. Committed and multi-task oriented.

Professional Experience

Biscayne Aquaculture, Inc. Austin, TX2008-2009

Project Manager

Oversee the execution of projects from inception to closeout, ensuring that projects are completed on time, within budget and to the satisfaction of the customer. Manage the procurement of equipment and materials for the job, including generation of proposals, bid analysis and purchase order or subcontract generation. Generate and track RFIs, CORs, etc. and ensure responses are received and processed completely. Coordinate all job meetings, communicating projects objectives and needs with stakeholders. Prepare and maintain project schedules, coordinating with General Contractors schedule. Oversee project superintendent in the execution of the work and management of the labor force to ensure productivity. Prepare schedule of values for submission to clients. Prepare requisitions for billings, maximizing profit margins while providing timely billings and collections. Review and approve vendor and subcontractor payment requests, maintaining a monthly status of open purchase orders commitments. Track project profitability, costs to complete and forecast project billings monthly for each project.

Select projects include: Life support system and coral reef insert for new aquarium in major Las Vegas casino expansion ($1,490,000), piping, pumps, and water conditioning systems for three (3) water features at a major Las Vegas casino, commercial and residential development ($7,350,000)

Excel Construction Services, LLC, Austin, TX2004-2008

Project Manager

Plan, organize and execute construction of water and waste water treatment facilities and associated equipment and structures. Lead procurement of equipment and services for project. Coordinate project schedules and performance. Maintain project budget and cost controls. Coordinate project implementation with owners and engineers to ensure proper installation. Lead project checkout and startup activities.

Select projects include: Lago Vista Pump Station ($543,000), Comanche Trails WWTP ($1.3 million), Trimmier Creek Lift Station ($1.3 million), Cedar Park Clarifier Rebuild ($194,000), WCID #10 Improvements to Pump Station #1 ($704,000), Lake Georgetown Water Treatment Plant Sludge Handling Improvements ($1.2 million), Westinghouse RD Tank Rehab. ($548,000), West Bull Creek Pump Stations Improvements ($984,000), Rabbit Hill Pump Station ($989,000).

Global 1 Source Group, Houston, TX2003-2004

Project Management Consultant

Provide project management consultant services to existing clients projects. Develop and present project management capabilities and services to potential clients.

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, Conroe, TX1999-2003

Engineering Manager I

Provide project management for capital program with annual NPV of $10-50 million.

Plan, organize, estimate and execute capital and facility improvement projects for multiple plant sites. Leader in all phases of projects, from project definition and objectives through startup and turnover. Collaborate with other engineers and plant personnel. Provide functional guidance and training to less senior engineers and supervise other engineers on a project by project basis. Develop and maintain relationships with multiple engineering and construction firms.

Select projects include: Press Rebuild ($6.2 million), Press hydraulic System Modifications at four plants ($2 million), Press Fire Prevention Improvements at nine plants ($27 million), Siempelkamp Orientators at four plants (1.8 million), Building Ventilation Improvements at two plants ($600,000).

Champion International Corporation, Hamilton, OH/Cantonment, FL 1984-1998

Beginning as an Associate Engineer in the corporate engineering group, worked multiple projects in the Container Division and later in the Fine Papers Division, then transferring to a mill location, advancing to a Senior Project Engineer.

Senior Project Engineer1990-1998

One of six mechanical engineers on mill staff, chartered to provide mill wide engineering support to operations and maintenance.

Planned, organized and executed multiple capital projects maintaining or improving mill productivity. Lead mechanical project engineer for the design and construction of a 48,000 square foot administration facility, a 50,000 square foot training center, and a 45,000 square foot fitness and wellness center with a common utility service building. Leader on project teams, from problem definition, through development of project objectives, scope of work, priorities, estimating, and implementation. Provide functional guidance and training to less senior engineers and supervised other engineers on a project basis. Supervised the contracted installation of converting equipment to allow mill to become a major producer of cutsize paper. Team leader of recycle feasibility study at mill, conferring with corporate engineers to conclude wastewater disposal issues.

Select projects include: Administration/Fitness/Training complex ($25 million), mill wide Potable Water System Upgrade ($4 million), Recovery Boiler Modifications ($3 million), Green Liquor Clarifier ($1.4 million), O2 Reactor Head Replacement ($500,000).

Construction Engineer1986-1990

Accountabilities ranged from design to installation and startup of major capital projects at various mill sites.

Select projects include: P-5 Conversion ($250+ million), No. 2 Cutsize Sheeter ($8 million), Folio Sheeter and Packaging Line ($12 million), NCG Incineration and Heat Recovery System ($8 million) P-3 Rebuild Phases I and II ($32 million), No. 3 Cutsize Sheeter ($14 million).

Associate Engineer1984-1986

Provide engineering support for capital projects and repairs at fifty corrugating and sheet plants located throughout the United States. Specified, purchased and installed new converting equipment and modified existing systems.

General Electric Company, St. Louis, MO1981-1982

Co-Op Engineer

Assignments included quality control, supervision of re-inspection area, equipment trouble-shooting and maintenance, and new equipment installations.

Public Service Company of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN1978-1980

Co-Op Engineer

Assignments included three semesters at Cayuga Generating Station in plant engineering group and two semesters at general headquarters coordinating the construction of a power plant expansion.


B.S.M.E., University of Missouri, Rolla, MO1983

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