MEP-Engineer

Name : DAVIS JARREL MARTIN
Industry Type : Facility - Building Owners
City & State : Houston/Galveston areas,Texas
Job Title MEP-Engineer
Relocation Preferences : TX.
Objective : Director of Maintenance Operations in large muliti-sites commerical,instutional,industrial and power plant facilities.
Resume :  

DAVIS JARREL MARTIN
4202 Parkland Street
Pasadena, TX 77504
(281)487-0086 - home
davisdjm[at]aol.com
OBJECTIVE
A talented, mission-driven individual with strong managerial skills and a high level of initiative is seeking a position within facility operations for service in mechanical, electrical and plumbing.
EXPERIENCE:
ANADARKO INDUSTRIES, Houston, TX. 6/09/2008-01/23/2009
Mechanical Engineer;
Assigned to sub-contract under CSC,INC at NASA-Johnson Space Center- work scopes to solve client issues in Facilities Upgrades, working under the direction of CSC,Inc-Professional Engineer covering MEP design needs, development of clients MOU,equipment selections, drawing changes,and coordination to meet project development.
L&M TECHNOLOGIES,Inc., Houston,Tx. 9/2006 - 5/07/2007
Project Manager (contracted through Express Personnel Services)
Assigned to manage a new Fire Splrinkler System Installation in 25-year old building for there client, United Space Alliance,Inc, who is a NASA-HOUSTON Prime Contractor - with 9- buildings in the Clear Lake area . I was responsible for all on-site management of sub-contractors as after-hour work scopes (5 PM till 3 AM) to assure clients safety for there normal work days.Project was done under budget and on time in 5-month time frame.The 2nd PROJECT started in January with same client to put cost together ENERGY ENHANSEMENT/SAVING including various MEP work scopes, for the 9-buildings.In a earlier energineered study by a 3-rd party that idenified possible work scopes;savings and the owner selected from those based on safety, life cycle concerns and savings/ paybacks, generally under 5-years. I handled all RFP's bids from vendors, labor costs and detailed work scopes. This took about 3-months to consolidate turn-keyed quotes and the owner representative wantd additional cost break-outs/review sections over the last month. I completed the assignment in May, 2007 and the project was awaiting NASA funding requirements.
SAN JACINTO COLLEGE DISTRICT, Pasadena,TX. 1/1993 7/17/2006
Assistant Director, Maintenance M.E.P.
Responsible for maintenance services for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for the districts three campuses and district office.
Provide team leadership for focused goals of providing the best enviroment to promote learning for all students.
Directly supervise five craft supervisors and indirectly responsible for 24 skilled craftsmen.
Managed centralized maintenance system utilizing computer-based work orders and a preventative maintenance system using TMA software and WEB interface on all 3-campuses.Accountable for MEP-cost against a $5.6 million covering approxiately 2.5 million square feet.All cost were accountiable per campus to assure campus governed goals.












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Responsible for 7,000 tons of air conditioning capacity and all associated systems in three central plant environments, chilled water storage tank employing primary pumping loops and secondary building pumps serving over 100 buildings.
Developed and implemented a training programs, upgrade skills , resulting in reducing backlog by 40% in 3-years.
Developed strategies to resolve open and repeated service calls, IAQ solutions, and assured preventive maintenance schedules on data base of over 10,000 various types of equipment. This preventive maintenance schedule served as a reliable historical data base to build a life cycle data base.Maintained the Deferred Maintenance List-work scopes,equipment and labor cost estimates per campus in all 3-crafts.Generally, this was a basics for selecting Capital Improvement Projects - pending board approvals, yearly at $500,000.00 budget value.
Chair, committee to recommend cost cutting measures by consolidating maintenance and making changes to job descriptions requirements and recommended creating a stepped promotional method using apprentice, licensed journeymen and master slots in all three crafts.
Maintained craft library and assured supervisors with updated data on O&M books, NFPA, NEC, ASHRAE , ARI, ANSI, and EPA Standards for Operations.This assured individual access to code issues, task skill changes, and managing the progression of personnel n.
Managed the MEP to ensure qalitity control and code standards during inspectons for contracted repairs, construction projects, commissioning and empowered our employees to follow-through in existing building issues.
Managed major infrastructure electrical upgrades including design, equipment, material purchases and scheduled contacted labor, required permits and commissioning.Several years of infrastructure to support a demand for computer technogy classes, board directed at one million dollar purchases annually for over 6-years, while infrastructure cost wasn't addressed beyond the annual budget- zero growth for numerous years.
All 3-campuses had cafeteria that we maintained all refrigeration equipment from walk-in coolers, freezers, reach-in's and under counter systems. The central campus also maintained the chef's school refrigerations as well. All science labs had various refrigerators and freezers.
Supervised efforts to support needs for President Clintons visit to the campus. The most notable was the provision of power and phone lines to support the national press core.
BAMSI,Inc [at] NASA -_AMES RESEARCH CENTER ,Moffett Field,CA.94035 1990-1992
Supervisor, HVAC
Responsible for facilities HVAC service calls, preventative maintenance and planned HVAC-equipment replacements.
Supervised 6- mechanic, on day shift, coordinated interface to the other 2 shift supervisors in a 24-hour mission.
Utilized Maximo software system for work order control covering work scopes and cost tracking.









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Handled work request for HVAC and ELECTRICAL shops.Likewise the main cafeteria refrigeration systems and various enviroment labs with special refrigeration equipment.
Interfaced with clients on projects, developed work scopes , materials and labor requirements.
Obtained 100% documentation of estimates, material purchases and labor cost through-out my assignments.
Recognized for outstanding achievement in "Productivity".
Manage two major contract annuals for 60 boilesr, separate contract on 14 centrifugal chillers and 200 HVAC systems.

ADDITIONAL SKILLS
Twenty years of prior professional experience in industrial and commercial markets.
Responsible managing employees in service operational environment including budget development, profit & loss statements with annual sales of $1 to 2 million annual sales, resulting in gross margins of 35%. Service values of $400,000.00 , preventative maintenance near $200,000.00 annually and new construction installation values of over $600,000.00 annually for our division.
Developed start-up service operation, held the firms California Contractors License for A/C and Refrigeration Service and Contracting Operations ,hiring eight mechanics and developed a service order customer base of 250 clients and $30,000 average monthly billing. Client list included: Lawrence Livermore Labs, Pacific Bell, Quaker Oates, Teledyne, Fleming Foods distribution facilities and numerous McDonalds and Burger King stores.This resulted in the owner improved cash flow for the Corporation operations.Fifteen years experience in application engineering including two major control manufacturers and numerous mechanical contractors/service operations solving HVAC/ Refrigeration system issues, design problems, energy saving with cost pay-back work scopes.
Developed engineering skills working for a large a/c distributor serving the home building market. Handled BTU load calculation, selection of equipment, lay-out and materials listing for the construction department . Developed cost analysis as 95% of client base had repeated sales base. Coordinated with sales and installation department to ensure quality service.

EDUCATION

San Jacinto College, Pasadena, Texas1974
Associate of Arts, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Certificate of Technology in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration1973

University of Houston, Houston, Texas1978
Classes in Technology HVAC Engineering (non-degree)















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SKILLS
Management of operations including Sales, Estimator,Engineering,Profit and Loss Statements, Hiring.
Asset management, energy audits and analysis for MEP operations.
Computerized maintenance management systems -QUBIC, TMA and MAXIMO and Microsoft Windows, web based server and networked systems.
Development of maintenance budgets for MEP packages, managing and tracking all costs.
Project management- in schools, colleges, hospitals, commercial, government & industrial facilities.
Cost estimation in electrical, mechanical and plumbing fields covering repairs and modifications.
Managed deferred maintenance work scopes interfaced with MEP-professional engineers and MEP contractors delivering energy cost payback for investment.
Temperature control and building automation experience on MCC-POWERS and JOHNSON CONTROLS systems. Prior factory training on product applications including engineering.
Service sales and management in a HVAC service company, employing ASHRAE standards for BTU-load estimates , equipment, fan and coil selections, modifications, plans and, permits.
Trouble-shooting skills in air conditioning refrigeration, HVAC systems and central plant operations covering HV-Electrical System, MCC and variable frequency drives.
Preventive maintenance required Testing on all mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems to maintain and control life cycle issues.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
APPA, NFPA, ASHRAE, CAPPA

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