Superintendent

Name : Proven Team Leader
Industry Type : Home Builders
City & State : Sparks,Nevada
Job Title Superintendent
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William L. Loving Jr.


10510 Sphinx Ct. Cell Phone: (775) 219-6019
Sparks, Nevada 89441 E-Mail: bugle1n[at]msn.com
(775) 219-6019



PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Proven Team builder, leader and motivator with 18 years of commercial and residential expertise. Well rounded in all facets of construction methods, materials and project controls. Verifiable track record of successful completion of projects through coordinating trades, developing trade partner relationships, building positive productive rapport with Architects, Engineers, Owners, local officials, vendors, and customers while insuring quality, maintaining schedules and monitoring budgets. Versed in trouble shooting architectural and engineering design changes in the field while redirecting manpower and resources.

Specific Strengths:

Team Building
Safety Education & Compliance
Building Codes
Scheduling Critical Path
QA/QC Monitoring and Documentation
External and Internal Customer Relations
Time Management


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE



Brown Construction Inc.6-2008 to 5-2009
Assistant Superintendent

Managed the construction of a design build metal and wood framed assisted living complex. Developed quality relationships with project Engineer, Architect, Owners and Inspectors while implementing over 50 major design changes requiring complicated changes to the critical path and involving material acquisition and coordination while completing the project 4% under budget and 6 months ahead of schedule. Maintained a zero accident/injury record for the 11-month project by implementing weekly safety audits, safety meetings and conducting cooperative State OSHA job site consultations.


Reynen & Bardis Communities11-2005 to 10-2007
Quality Assurance Advisor.

Designed and implemented a six-point multilevel inspection protocol designed to identify builders risk and associated construction defect warranty costs. Reviewed and suggested value engineering concepts with subcontractors and upper management to reduce construction costs. In an 18 month period, following multiple risk assessments by Zurick, overall evaluation numbers improved by 1.25 points on a 10 point scale. The residual affects of the protocol included a 50% reduction in warranty service orders, a 55% increase in customer satisfaction and a decrease in builders insurance.



Centex Homes- Reno 5-2003 to 11-2005
Field Manager III.

Managed all aspects of neighborhood home construction according to Centex Homes quality standards and local building codes while adhering to budgets, maintaining the construction schedule and providing an outstanding customer experience. Molded a non-employee based sub-contractor base into a cohesive unit by imparting the importance of teamwork. Implemented weekly group meetings to redesign the critical path schedule, educate subcontractors relative to building codes, company quality standards and safety requirements. Overall neighborhood performance indicators improved across the board, including 95% frame inspection on time, 95% home ready at home owner walk through, reduction of Price of Non-conformance by 45%, maintained a zero injury record and improved J.D. Power Customer Satisfaction results from an 8.3 to a 9.6 on a ten point scale.


Part-time Carpentry Instructor 9-1996 to 8-2001
Nevada Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee

Instructed evening classes in Concrete Formwork, Interior Metal Framing Systems, Residential Framing, OSHA-10 and 30-Hour Construction Safety and Scaffold Erection. Formulated lesson plans, organized apprentice projects, procured materials for projects, tracked student progress.


Journeyman Carpenter 9-1992 to 8-2002
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners Local # 971 Reno, Nevada.

Dispatched to various Class A heavy construction and multiple floor wood framed construction projects, including water treatment plants, convention centers, schools, high-rise hotel casinos, tilt-up warehouses, airport improvement projects, time share condominiums and custom homes. Performed a wide variety of tasks, including layout, heavy and light form work, shoring erection, interior and exterior wood and metal framing, erected interior and exterior fire rated wall and ceiling assemblies, hardware installations and custom trim work.





EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Butte College, Oroville, California. A.S. Building Inspection Technology 2003
Northern Nevada Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Council- Graduated Journeyman 1996
Completed Construction Cost Estimating CEE 462 as part of University of Nevada Post Graduate Construction Management Program.
Certified Building Inspector ICBO- No. 5120076-10
Certified Mechanical Inspector IAPMO No. 090643
Certified Plumbing Inspector IAPMO No. 098495
Certified Electrical Inspector ICC No. 5120076-c1

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