Unemployed

Name : Eddiecros1
Industry Type : General Contractors - Managers
City & State : Houston,TX
Job Title Unemployed
Relocation Preferences : Dallas/Ft Worth
Objective : Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager
Resume :  
Edward L. Crosslin

Objective:A Project Manager position with a progressive stable company.

Experience:

July 2006 to May 2009: Parsons/3DI, Houston Texas
Senior Technical Specialist
My responsibilities included:
Condition and adequacy assessments of USAF Family Housing, worldwide, Orleans Parrish public school buildings, New Orleans LA, Department of Defense school buildings, Ft. Bragg NC and Manufacturing Facilities for Lockheed Martin Corp.

Sept 2005 to May 2006: KBR Pascagoula, MS, New Orleans, LA and Key West, FL.
Field Superintendent and QA/QC Inspector for Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma Recovery Teams
My responsibilities included
Supervision of demolition and restoration of Naval buildings that were inundated with water from hurricane Katrina. at Pascagoula, and New Orleans. Directed Demolition and restoration crews efforts to restore buildings to their original condition.
QA/QC inspector at Key West. Inspected the rebuilding of the Naval buildings damaged by Hurricane Wilma. Ensured that buildings were restored per the clients specifications and workmanship met NAVFAC Standards.

April 1999 to Sept 2005: KBR William P Hobby Airport Houston, TX
Project Manager Project 417
My responsibilities included:
Installation Refurbishment and Maintenance of Passenger Loading Bridges (Project 417C)
Installation of 400 Hertz Ground Power Systems, Aircraft Pre-Conditioned Air Systems and Baggage Handling Systems. (Project 417D)
Demolition of concourse B (Project 417M)
Ramp Paving and Underground Utilities. (Project 417M)
Liaison between Client and Concessions Contractors
Southwest Airlines Tenant Finish Offices and Operations Spaces (Project 417J)
Project size ranged from $6 M to $12M

Feb 1996 to April 1999Jervis B. Webb CompanyFarmington Hills, MI
Project Manager
The Jervis B. Webb Company is Material Handling Industry systems integrator. Their primary focus is the Automobile Industry with additional projects in the Airport Baggage and Unit Handling conveyors.

My responsibilities included overall management and cost control of airport baggage system projects. Prepared project schedules coordinated subcontractors, negotiated change orders, tracked project cost, coordinated site activities, and prepared project status and financial reports for senior management.
Project size ranged from $2 M to $20 M

July 1994 to Feb 1996: Self employed Consulting for Airport Equipment Manufacturers

R.L.G. & Co. - Kwangju, Korea, Singapore and Brisbane Australia - Aircraft Parking Guidance System Projects.
INET Airport Systems - Denver International Airport Passenger Boarding Bridge commissioning.
MagneTek - Denver International Airport Passenger Boarding Bridge closeout.


July 1993 to July 1994: MagneTek - Airport Systems Division Fort Worth, TX
Product Support Engineer
MagneTek supplies and installs aircraft gate systems (Passenger Boarding Bridges, Pre-Conditioned Air and Aircraft 400 HZ Ground Power Systems) for Airlines and Airports worldwide.
Responsible for project coordination between MagneTek and Stearns Airport Equipment. Based in The Stearns plant in Ft. Worth, TX.
Ensured that all phases of the contract were followed, and equipment met the project specifications. Negotiated change orders, coordinated engineering changes, and generated necessary documentation to track projects. Assisted on-site quality control for equipment testing and commissioning.
Coordinated concurrently successful completion of a $9.2 M 22 gate system the new International Terminal - Chicago Airport, and a $32 M 88-gate project at the Denver International Airport.


April 1991 to June 1993:Vanguard IndustriesDallas, TX
Director of Operations
Company engaged in the installation, refurbishing and maintenance of conveyor systems, material handling equipment and passenger boarding bridges for industrial, U.S. Postal Service and airline customers.
Responsible for overall management of projects, including estimating, design, engineering, purchasing, scheduling, cost control and site management.
Managed, scheduled and controlled multiple projects



August 1983 to March 1991: Custom Airport Service Co. (CASCO)Dallas, TX
President
CASCO specialized in the installation, refurbishment and maintenance of baggage handling systems bulk mail handling equipment including conveyor systems, sorters etc., and passenger boarding bridges.
Responsible for overall coordination of company activities.
Trained and supervised individuals in estimating, procurement/purchasing, project management, cost control..
Reorganized company and instituted a plan of management based on individual commitment and responsibility. I
ncreased annual sales from $300K to $1.8M in 2 Years.

July 1977 To Feb 1983:JetwayOgden, UT
Director of Customer Service

Jetway is engaged in the design and manufacture of airport ground support systems.
Responsibility for the sale of all refurbishing and maintenance of passenger boarding bridges.
Took projects through the proposal, contract negotiations, coordination of field and factory efforts, on site testing and commissioning.
Administered company warranty policy and prepared warranty analysis.
Recommended changes in equipment design and methods of manufacturing based on warranty experience.
Trained individuals in project management, cost control, warranty and customer relations.
Increased department revenues from $365K to $3.2M in 2 years


Education: San Jose State College San Jose, CA
Peralta Jr. College Oakland, CA

Majored in Electrical Engineering. Minored in Business Administration

Computer Skills:
Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel


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