Senior Project Mananger

Name : William Craig
Industry Type : Mechanical Contractors
City & State : Newberg,Or.
Job Title Senior Project Mananger
Relocation Preferences : Would consider
Objective : Manage construction projects.
Resume :  
WILLIAM F. CRAIG

OBJECTIVE: Mechanical Project Manager / Engineer / Estimator

PERSONAL EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

Over twenty five years of experience in the commercial and industrial HVAC industry. Utilizing supervisory and practical experience in both mechanical and civil technical environments as a management basis. A natural ability to develop long-term relationships with customers in the industry. Experience includes management, estimating, design, value engineering, cost control, detailing, and field installation. Possess natural mechanical ability as well as scholastic technical-mechanical skills including a degree and certification in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

Project experience includes management in HVAC, plumbing and piping for the following:

FDA Bio-pharmaceutical Facility Computer Room SystemsMedical Office Building
Educational Facilities RemodelsWafer Fab. (Clean Rooms)Hi-Rise Buildings
Airport FacilitiesComputer Fab. FacilitiesShopping Malls
Tenant ImprovementsEnvironmental ChambersNuclear Facilities
Food Processing PlantsIntel Mechanical RetrofitsCasinos
WineriesCondominiumsSound Studio design

CAREER HISTORY

McKinstry Co.May 2007 to June 2009
Portland, OR.
Senior Project Manager: Employed as part of a management team for a 27 million dollar, 18 month mechanical installation for an FDA Finish Fill bio-pharmaceutical facility located in Hillsboro Oregon (Genentech).
My management responsibilities on this project included but were not limited to:
Develop the initial installation schedule for complete HVAC, plumbing and piping systems.
The selection of subcontractors and vendors through a detailed bid procedure.
Daily tasks included submittal, RFI and expediting log development, processing and tracking.
Procurement management.
Estimated, generated and tracked change orders.
Maintained related information on the companys database.
Managed and coordinated the majority of equipment crane sets.
Established a strong working relationship with Hoffman and owner by dealing with issues in timely, cost effective resolutions. Assisted engineering in many similar resolutions.
Supported the turn-over package for approximately 170 mechanical systems meeting FDA documentation requirements.
At the completion of the Genentech project, my responsibilities with McKinstry Co. were to estimate, sell and manage commercial mechanical projects


AMERICAN HEATING INC.September 2005 to May 2007
Portland, OR
Mechanical Project Manager: Manage estimate and design commercial and industrial projects. Project experience expanded into wineries, hotels, condominiums, sports arena and casinos. Responsible for scheduling, cost control and profitability of projects.

TEMP CONTROL MECHANICAL CORP.December 1999 to August 2005
Portland, OR
Mechanical Project Manager: Responsible for managing, designing and tracking full mechanical projects including field labor productivity, shop fabrication output, material costs and sub-contractor support for installation contracts from $500 to $1,500,000. Supported estimates as a Bid Captain pulling together project costs for bid activities pertaining to plan and specifications, negotiated and design build projects. Continue to exercise coordination, assessment and natural evaluation skills to work through customer and project challenges.

REITMEIER MECHANICAL, INC.July 1994 to December 1999
Portland, OR
Mechanical Project Manager: Managing the installation of mechanical commercial and industrial projects. Troubleshooting existing HVAC systems and designing replacement or upgrade to same systems to provide required HVAC control. Responsible for HVAC load calculations, project evaluations and contract reviews. Obtained mechanical permits. Purchased equipment and materials. Managed and coordinated projects; also assumed responsibility for cost control and project close-outs. Interfaced with project owners, tenants, architects, engineers and representatives of general contracting firms.

PEN-NOR, INC.February 1993 to June 1994
Portland, OR
Mechanical Project Manager: Managed mechanical commercial projects with contracts ranging from $200 to $200,000. Personally designed majority of projects; also involved in projects which were pre-designed by outside engineering firms. Responsible for HVAC load calculations, project evaluations and contract reviews. Obtained mechanical permits. Purchased equipment and materials. Managed and coordinated projects; also assumed responsibility for cost control and project close-outs. Interfaced with project owners, tenants, architects, engineers and representatives of general contracting firms.

JWP MECHANICAL SERVICES / UNIVERSITY MECHANICALAugust 1989 to September 1992
Portland, OR
Mechanical Project Manager/Service Manager: Managed mechanical commercial projects with contracts ranging from $200 to $550,000. Supervised Light Commercial Projects Department with four Project Engineers overseeing same types of projects. For the year of 1992, the sell of light commercial projects equated to over 3,000,000 with over 150 contracts accounted for up to September 1992. Managed four Service Technicians supporting JWP Mechanical Services warranty, maintenance and 24 hour on call. For the year of 1992, the sell of service work to September was approximately $300,000. Personally responsible for initiating the performance of sheet metal work "in house" for light commercial projects in September 1989. Other duties consisted of contract reviews, estimate reviews, sheet metal estimates for large commercial projects, mechanical systems troubleshooting and customer relations.

BEWLEY MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, INC.June 1987 to August 1989
Beaverton, OR
HVAC Designer / Estimator: Estimated job costs of commercial HVAC installation projects. Personally designed majority of projects; also involved in projects which were pre-designed by outside engineering firms. Responsible for HVAC load calculations, project evaluations and contract reviews. Obtained mechanical permits. Purchased equipment and materials. Managed and coordinated projects; also assumed responsibility for cost control and project close-outs. Interfaced with project owners, tenants, architects, engineers and representatives of general contracting firms.

BAHNSON INCORPORATEDJune 1986 to February 1987
Comanche Peak Nuclear Reservation, Glen Rose Texas
HVAC Engineering Technician Assistant: Supervised three designer/detailers obtaining critical location and weld pattern data for stress analysis of embedded steel plates. Data used for evaluation, approval, recommendation, or correction by client for major HVAC systems project. Responsible for field walkdown verification. Initiated approval cycle for HVAC duct structural support attachment. Developed and implemented computer programs using Hewlett Packard portable computer; calculated center of gravity with respect to end edge and center line of embedded support plate for HVAC system. This program reduced calculation time by 80% resulting in substantial savings in man-hours and total cost.

INTERMECH INC.
South Texas Nuclear Project, Sites #1 & #2, Bay City, Texas June 1985 to June 1986
HVAC Support Designer: Drafted and designed supports which complied with American Weld Standards and weld/bolt attachment criteria provided by client. HVAC design required hand calculations, research of embed, equipment and structural drawings as well as an analytical ability to recognize proper direction and member orientation for HVAC structural support. Developed and implemented numerous HVAC support programs to assist in engineering design of supports.

BECHTEL CONSTRUCTION CO.August 1984 to September 1984
Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Site #2, Richland, Washington
Sheet Metal Worker - Journeyman: Temporary assignment between college years. Responsible for installation of major redesigned HVAC systems for utility. Modified and installed HVAC duct. Scope of work was on a limited time schedule during plant scheduled maintenance; all work accomplished on time.

INTERMECH INC. June 1983 to July 1984
South Texas Nuclear Project, Sites #1 & #2, Bay City, Texas
HVAC Designer / Drafter: Responsibilities included design and detailing of industrial HVAC systems on mylar for working blueprints critical to installation and fabrication of entire HVAC systems. Drawings were used for sheet metal fabrication using standard duct fittings, precise installation of supports and entire system installation. Assisted field engineer with physical and visual pre-design walkdown of systems. After field walkdown, responsible for the design, design modification if needed, and submittal for approval for actual construction of HVAC systems. Utilized hand calculations; developed and implemented unique computer programs for sheet metal layout. Extensive use of portable Hewlett Packard 41 Series computer for design.

UNIVERSITY NUCLEAR SYSTEM, INC.May 1979 to May 1982
Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Sites #1 & #4, Richland, Washington
HVAC Erection Crew Foreman: Supervised and coordinated HVAC installation crew of approximately six sheet metal journeymen. Unique installation problem due to a circular facility resulting in calculations and take-off in degrees of measurements as well as standard measurements. Responsible for HVAC weld inspections, installation scheduling, status reports, and system tests for completion.
HVAC Surveying Crew Foreman: Supervised and trained approximately four sheet metal journeymen; assigned and coordinated their work activities. Utilized standard surveying equipment and provided erection crew with exact location for installation of HVAC systems.
HVAC Sheet Metal Journeyman: Installed industrial HVAC systems. Read blueprints and worked with hand tools and sheet metal. Also responsible for support fitting and welding.




MOSES LAKE SHEET METALAugust 1978 to May 1979
Moses Lake, WA
Sheet Metal Mechanic / Welder: Wide variety of duties included sheet metal construction, HVAC, motor and equipment installation. Also responsible for wire-feed, heliarc and electrode welding.

UNITED STATES NAVY
(Vietnam Era Veteran / Honorable Discharge)
Kingsville, TX
Aviation Machinist Mate: Duties included inspection, troubleshooting and scheduled maintenance of jet aircraft engines. Certified startup and operation technician in low-high power turbine engine operation. Qualified for critical aircraft repair, retrieving of military aircraft, Installation Duty Inspector, Quality Assurance Representative as well as in-flight troubleshooting.



EDUCATION

Associate degree, Mechanical Engineering Technology, June 1986 -- Portland Community College, Portland, OR
General Education -- Wharton County Junior College, Wharton, TX
Portland State University, Portland, OR
University of Portland, Portland, OR
Diploma, Newberg High School, 1973 -- Newberg, OR


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Qualified to Participate in Oregon State's Fundamentals of Engineering Exam
Personal Computer Software: Microsoft Office, Excel, Project, Word, Windows, Power Point, Timberline, Adobe Pro.
Fortran, Basic and Hewlett Packard Programming


CERTIFICATION

Mechanical Engineering Technology (Associate) Certification #071656 Level II
National Institute in Engineering Technologies, Alexandria, VA
(Sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers)


References Available Upon Request


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