James R. Gordon
Expertise in the on-site supervision and management of varied types of construction projects including: Out of the Ground/Total Buildouts, Corporate Office Interiors, Data Centers, Medical Facilities, Retail Banking Facilities, Trading Facilities and Residential Buildings/Private Units; Registered NYC DOB Site Superintendent.
1/09 to 12/09 COMMODORE CONSTRUCTION CORP., Mt. Vernon, NY
LINCOLN CENTER RESTORATION PROJECT, Lead Site Super for all architectural finishes.
Full coordination with MEPS Prime Contractors. Project included structural/mechanical
modifications to occupied/functioning Lincoln Center facility.
5/02 to 12/08 CAULDWELL WINGATE, NYC
Site Superintendent/ Project Manager.
RAYMOND JAMES, 277 Park Ave., Front-end trading facility, 75 Trader stations and Data center.
NEW YORK STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY, Owners representative to a CUNY/DASNY project. Coordinated
construction schedule with facilities laboratory research schedules.
ST. LUKES ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. RENOVATION, 13.5 mil base contract.
APPLE BANK CONDO RENOVATION, Lead Super, 35.0 mil base contract.
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW, Project Manager, 10 week gut renovation of facility, 10.5 mil base contract.
80 PINE STREET, Infrastructure rehab of building core toilets and addition of base building chilled
water system (40-story 2 risers). Renovation of Main Lobby, new Reception Desk and Multi Screen Media wall.
1/98 to 5/02 STRUCTURE TONE, NYC
Full project duties from pre-con estimating stage (sub-contractor evaluation/selection), to project completion. Projects involved major infrastructure additions/revamping and structural modifications to existing facilities. Project duties included scheduling, coordination, cost evaluation, and project close-out.
BARCLAYS CAPITAL, 200 Park Avenue, NYC 350,000 sf
New trading facility including 8,000 sf high-risk data center,
3-1200 KV EM generators, with (1) hour battery back-up, new chillers,
UPS system, and tenant fit-out. Including 3-story elliptical staircase
E*TRADE, FLAGSHIP STORE, 55th Street & Madison, NYC 110,000 sf Open to the Public trading facility, with new infrastructure upgrades and EM
back-ups. Including structural modifications to building with the addition of a
new mezzanine level, and 3-story spiral staircase.
MERRILL LYNCH FINANCIAL CENTER, 717 Fifth Avenue, NYC 132,000 sf
5-floor renovation of occupied front-end office facility, including revamp of existing systems while in use, and closing of existing structure.
WAFRA INVESTMENTS, 375 Park Avenue, NYC 49,000 sf
Front office/high-end customer facility for foreign investors. Project involved adhering to cultural of client (Middle Eastern).
6/96 to 1/98 ALBANESE ORGANAZATION, NYC
On-site representative for the developer and the Federal Republic of Germany, 132,000 sf for the New German Mission to the United Nations. New 30-story reinforced concrete
structure. Full project duties.
12/95 to 5/96 RENOVATIONS & CONVERSIONS, NYC
Construction Consultant to Private Clients.
Review plans and contracts of brownstone renovations, for individual owners.
9/95 to 12/95 JORGENSON BUILDERS, NYC
SOS SOUND AND RECORDING STUDIOS, 226 West 26th St., NYC 9,000 sf
Creating a sound efficient recording studio.
4/94 to 9/95 RICHPORT DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION CORP., NYC
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING OBSERVATION DECK, 350 Fifth Avenue, NYC 12,000 sf
ADA Renovation of 86th floor facility (while in use), Justice Dept. review.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, PRENTIS Hall Library, 632 West 125th Street, NYC 28,000 sf
Upgraded existing structure (life safety and services) for consolidation of Thirteen
satellite libraries to one environmentally secure facility
5/86 to 3/94 DAT CONSTRUCTION CORP., NYC
General Superintendent/Client Representative.
Representing Citibank/Citicorp to in-house users and rental tenants as General Contractor. Duties included: review bid documents, develop pre-construction meetings with client/user and subcontractors, establish multi-trade schedules to conform to client/user time parameters, schedule and conduct NYC Bldg. Dept. project reviews, review and initiate change orders with evaluation of cost and effect on schedules, initiate punchlist work, and evaluate payment procedures.
NAFG/CITIBANK RELOCATION, 399 Park Avenue, NYC 60,000 sf
Relocation of Group trading facilities to a single location.
PRIVATE BANKING GROUP, 120 Broadway, NYC 28,000 sf
Front office relocation of Wall Street facility.
PRIVATE BANKING GROUP, 153 East 53rd Street, NYC 60,000 sf
Reconfiguration/restacking of client office facilities.
NE CORPORATE COMMAND CENTER, Park Avenue, Weehawken, NJ 68,000 sf
Relocation of Corporate Data Center, establish new command center.
PRIVATE BANKING GROUP, One Court Square, L.I.C., NY 155,000 sf
Customer Distribution Services group included 15,000 sf
High Risk Data Center with 1200 KVA UPS System. The success
of the project depended on a projected and tightly scheduled duplication of services
and re-location of the groups\' entire data network.
CAPITAL INVESTMENT GROUP, 885 Lexington Avenue, NYC 10,000 sf
Front office facility with high-end architectural detail.
CITIBANK NORTH AMERICAN FINANCIAL GROUP, 399 Park Avenue, NYC 48,000 sf
34,000 sf executive facility adjoining a 14,000 sf trading floor.
WILKIE, FARR & GALLAGHER, Citicorp Center, NYC 43,000 sf
CITIBANK GLOBAL FINANCE TRAINING CENTER, Citicorp Center, NYC 32,000 sf
PRIVATE BANKING GROUP/CUSTOMER SERVICE, Citicorp Center, NYC 23,000 sf CITIBANK CHAIRMAN\'S OFFICES, 399 Park Avenue, NYC 68,000 sf CITIBANK ASIA/PACIFIC PRIVATE BANKING GROUP, 399 Park Avenue, NYC 32,000 sf CITIBANK INTERNAL AUDIT DIVISION, 850 Third Avenue, NYC 109,000 sf
4/85 to 5/86 GOODSTEIN DEVELOPMENT CORP., NYC
Hampton House, East 79th Street, NYC. New 32-story, 240 unit luxury Co-op Apartment complex.
Reinforced concrete high-rise structure with roof pool, health club, and multi-level tenant parking garage.
Assumed duties of Construction Superintendent prior to topping off.
8/84 to 3/85 44 MORTON STREE CORP., NYC
Full renovation of a 4-story, 23x80 brick structure constructed in 1840. Cost estimating, time scheduling, materials procurement, and selection of personnel and subs. Project accounting, procurement of City Building Dept. permits, and coordination with Landmarks Commission for project approval.
2/83 to 7/84 PICKWICK DEVELOPMENT, NYC
General Foreman/Interiors Superintendent.
Conversion of 7-story (1867) brick structure into 29-unit condominium. Total renovation from interior demolition to tenant occupancy.
College: Hofstra University, Hempstead, LI, NY
Degree: B.B.A., Registered/Licensed NYC DOB Superintendent, NYC DOB Scaffolding Certified,
OSHA Certified, Certified Site Safety Manager
Marital Status: Married/2 children
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