Thomas M. Egan
13953 Saddleview Drive
North Potomac, Md 20878
Hm. 301-279-0988 Cell 301-908-0577
To secure the position of project superintendent with a progressive firm. I will bring over 30 years of experience, leadership, dedication and loyalty needed to produce a quality finished product to the client within the required time and cost restraints. Ensuring the project is completed in a safe and clean environment
It is my responsibility to assist the owner or agent and their design team to ensure that the project is completed as designed or improved upon, and to promote repeat business. I strongly believe in a total team approach in this extremely completive market .
James G. Davis Construction
9/2004 - 3/2009 - Senior Superintendent Clark Construction Company:
1/1999 - 9/2004 Superintendent Paradigm Construction Company:
02/1997 - 01/1999
Donohoe Construction Company:
1980 - 1997 Superintendent
1978 -1980 Field engineer / Assistant Superintendent
1975 - 1978 - Field engineer
Education: 1967 to 1969, University of Maryland
Synopsis of Experience - for 30 years I profitably managed the completion of a mixed portfolio of new commercial / residential, renovation, restoration, and challenging special construction projects exceeding $300 million in value.
Ralph Mitchell (concrete construction), Field Engineer, 1972 to 1975
CECO Steel Corporation, Draftsman (Reinforcing steel, long forms), 1970 to 1972.
Representative List of Davis Projects:
City Vista Complex, Three residential towers, 764,000-SF, 685 units, at a $ 150 million
cost. Located at the intersections of 5th & K and 5th & L streets NW Washington DC
20001. Entire project was cast in place concrete, with facade make up of brick veneer
and hand set pre-cast units, metal panels and composite metal panels along with punch
windows and window wall systems. There are 8 traction elevators, 5 hydraulic elevators
and an escalator. Two towers (9 and 12 floors) are built on 163,000-SF of retail. A below
grade 321,000-sq. ft. parking garage with both a retail and residential entrance. The 3rd
floor has a 35,000-sq. ft. outdoors green space for the residence which doubles as part of
the Safeway roof. The 3rd tower (11 floors) is built on Berkel piles with a slab on grade 1st floor.
Note: For further details on this project visit the web site: cityvistadc.com.
Swiss Embassy / Ambassadors Residence. The $ 15 million residence at 29 St. &
Cathedral Ave. NW Washington DC. Exterior design was executed with exposed
architectural concrete stained charcoal gray along with frosted vertical glass panels to
convey the look of the Swiss Alps. This exposed concrete theme flowed into the interior
spaces with the exposed concrete floors. The MEP, materials and tradesmen were
brought in by Niesberger, a German design build contractor. Construction sequences had
to be modified, and managed closely due to the late arrival of overseas MEP materials,
Representative List of Clark Projects:
Silver Spring Square & Renovation/Conversion, 1) 6-story pre-cast parking garage, 18\' away from metro-rail tracks.
2) 4-story stick built apts., 150 units, bldg. attached to the parking garage. 3) Adding 70 apts. inside existing Canada Dry Bottling bldg. by adding 2 new floors of
structural steel and flanked by another 4-story wood structure.
Arlington Gateway, Arlington, VA. $28 million, 21-story, 421 condo units. High-end
lobby finishes. Amenities included library, computer area and 40 seat theater for
Qnincy Crossing Apt/Office Complex, Arlington, VA. Located in Ballston, $30
million project, 10-story, cast-in-place concrete and brick veneer facade, 124 apt. bldg.
with 3 levels of underground parking. The adjacent office bldg. also consisted of 3 levels
of underground parking with a 7-story steel and precast office tower. Finishes include 2-
story lobby with elaborate millwork and core and shell fit out.
U.S. Mint Headquarters, N.W., Washington, D.C. Located at 9th and H. St., $25
million, 190,000 sq ft. bldg. cast-in-place concrete, 8-story tower with a 3 level
underground garage. The building exterior was pre-cast and curtain wall construction.
The interior is base and high-end tenant fit out, showcasing 3-story dome rotunda lobby
with plaster cast cornice trim columns and radius patterned marble floor and fountain.
Jim Davis, CEO James G. Davis Const. Corp. 12530 Park lawn Drive Rockville, MD. 20852 Office: (301) 881-2990
Dave Mensh, Director of Residential Construction, James G. Davis Const Corp. 12530 Park lawn Drive Rockville, MD. 20852 Office: (301) 881-2990
Cary Majeski, Senior VP DRI. Partners 1808 Eye St, NW Washington, DC 20006 Office: (202) 882-2600
Ted Moroney.CEO Superior Foundation 8230 Old Court Road #220 Vienna, VA. 22182 Office: (703) 848-2727
Brian Mattingly, President Golden Stafford Excavation 7826 Eastern Ave., Suite 306 NW, Washington DC 20012 Office: (202) 882-2600
Allyne Kilsheimer, President K.C.E. Structural Engineers P.C. 1818 Jefferson PL. NW Washington, DC 20036 Office: (202) 833-8622
Dannie Burke, Senior VP Miller & Long Co., Inc. 4824 Rugby Avenue Bethesda, MD. 20814 Office: (301) 657-8000
Gary Grandchamp, Exec.VP . J.J. Kiriin
515 Dover Rd. Suite 2200 Rockville, MD. 20850 Office: (301) 424-3410
Robert B. Bodner, VP Superior Iron Works Inc 45034 Underwood Ln. Unit 100 Sterling, Va. Office: (703) 471-5500
Don McCauley, VP Falls Church Const Corp. 11244 Waples Mill Rd. Fairfax, Va. 22030 Office: (703) 591-0600
James N. Stamer, President Prospect Waterproof Co. 118 Acacia Lane Sterling, Va. 20166 Office: (703) 450-2355 ext 136
Sean Gourlay, Sr.VP, Field Operations Truland Electric 1900 Oracle Way, Suite 700
Reston, Va. 20190 Office: (703) 464-3061
Additional references available upon request