Project Manager

Name : gmcclure
Industry Type : Highway - Heavy Contractors
City & State : Lawarenceville,Ga
Job Title Project Manager
Relocation Preferences :
Objective : To whom it may concern:

Todays economy requires exceptional senior operating and management executives who possess a unique blend of leadership, vision, broad-based experience, and the ability to deliver superior results.

Throughout my career I have utilized my leadership, planning, and managerial skills to consistently increase productivity, reduce costs, and drive customer satisfaction.

Cultivated new employees with little or no experience into productive and representable employees.

Formulated and implemented with owners and key fellow employees, changes in handbooks, HR issues and procedures.

Revitalized deficient company safety program and enforced strict OSHA compliant rules through out the company.

Influenced management personnel to lead by example.

My success is due, in part, to my ability to communicate with others. It has enabled me to harness the potential of all levels of employees and motivate them to achieve superior results. Additionally, it has aided me in the recruitment, mentoring, and retention of exceptional personnel dedicated to excellence.
I have a lot of knowledge and experience in the construction industry but I do not have a college degree. I would hope that anyone who is looking for an employee with my skills, at least give me a chance at an interview. I am an honest and Christian person and I am trying my best to provide for my family.
I feel that on the job training in the construction industry is more beneficial than what a class room can provide.

Sincerely,


Gary McClure

Resume :  
Gary McClure





Profile

Strategic Planning Multi-Site Operations Management Development
New Business Development Support and Consult Existing Customer Development Needs
Compare Technology to Conform To Existing Customer Needs




PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE



Cooper,Barnette & Page Inc.
May 2008 to November 2009
Project Manger
Laid off, due to lack of work.








Responsibilities:





Help trouble shoot GPS related Issues.
Coordinate with surveyors on any staking or certifying layers of landfill cells on my sites.
Review plans with other project managers to clarify potential or existing problems and help rectify.
Attend project meetings with owner, owners representative, engineer etc.
Prepare monthly billings and schedule adjustments for each of my projects.
Received quotes from suppliers and awarded accordingly.
Matched invoices with quotes and rectified any disputes.
Customized subcontract agreements for subs that were used on my projects.
Field measured all pay items on my projects for each pay period.
Scheduled all deliveries to my sites.
Reviewed cost and job tracking with CBP owners and made any recommended changes.
Asbuilt pre and post topo for in house quantities for monthly billings.



Stephens MDS, LP
October 2007 to March 2008
Project Lay out Manager
Laid off due to lack of work.

Responsibilities

Lay out for rock drills for shooting rock to grade.
Keeping all excavating equipment to sub grade for future landfill.
Staking for all piping and roadways for site.
Maintained topography of site for volumes for surface mining permit.
Kept up with time and daily activity of employees.
All lay out and staking was done using Trimble GPS Rover and one automated JD 850
Dozer.


















Southern Laser Inc
March 2007 to September 2007
Regional Manager
Laid off due to slow market/ Lack of work.



Responsibilities

Managed two stores, one in Birmingham Alabama and one in Atlanta
Scheduled support team for customers
Managed inventory
Made service calls to customers
Worked with sales team on scheduling installs
Training new employees


Southern States Site Work & Underground Contracting, LLC
June 2006 to March 2007
Machine Control Specialist


Achievements:

Employee of the year 2006.

Article in the December 2006 issue of Construction & Equipment Magazine of my session at the 2006 Trimble Dimensions Expo.

Responsibilities:


Train operators how to use and understand GCS 900 3D machine control.
Train rover operators on techniques and understanding of staking.
Generate staking plan for projects.
Build 3D models for use in machine control and rover staking.
Set control for use in calibrating job sites for machine and rover control.
Convert site calibration to rover and machine control format.
Verify engineer/survey topo matches existing conditions.
Trouble shoots rover and GCS 900 issues.
Pre and post topo for verification of final payment and asbuilts.
Verify accuracy of plans.
Set up two way data on job sites for use in machine control.
Trouble shoots two way data issues.
Monitor machines using Cross Check GPS and Construction Manager Software.
Coordinate and compare with estimator quantities and schedule of values for bids.
Manage all operations when operations manager is out of town/ on vacation.
Performed take offs for bidding purpose.
Ordered materials for phases of current projects.







Cooper, Barnette & Page, Inc
March 2002 to June 2006
Project Manager/ GPS Technician


Achievements



Completed introduction to Terramodel Training.
Completed Data Prep For Site Modeling.



Responsibilities:




Install GPS Base Station and perform site calibration on all sites.
Trouble shoot all GPS related Issues.
Coordinate with surveyors on any staking or certifying layers of landfill cells on my sites.
Coordinate any staking or asbuilting to be performed on my sites.
Review plans with other project managers to clarify potential or existing problems and help rectify.
Attend project meetings with owner, owners representative, engineer etc.
Prepare monthly billings and schedule adjustments for each of my projects.
Received quotes from suppliers and awarded accordingly.
Matched invoices with quotes and rectified any disputes.
Reviewed and signed of on invoices and time sheets from superintendents in the field.
Customized subcontract agreements for subs that were used on my projects.
Field measured all pay items on my projects for each pay period.
Scheduled all deliveries to my sites.
Worked with county, state and local governments to obtain any permits needed.
Coordinate with shop foreman on any items I needed delivered to my jobs.
Reviewed cost and job tracking with CBP owners and made any recommended changes.





















Summit Pipeline, Inc.
March 1995 to March 2002
General Superintendent

Achievements



Promoted to General Superintendent after one year.
Obtained the Georgia State Utility Manager License.
Article in the Dixie Contractor Magazine with Congressman Nathan Deal about the first waterline into Hall County.


Responsibilities:


Scheduled crews daily work task.
Scheduled all equipment maintenance.
Scheduled all equipment moves.
Hiring and dismissal of employees.
Develop and enforce safety requirements along with company owners.
Maintain certifications for employees.
Worked with state, county and local governments to obtain any permits needed.
Personally worked in the field on difficult situations, usually difficult road bores.
Coordinate construction of contract from pre-construction to punch list completion.
Schedule all material deliveries from suppliers.
Evaluate employees on an annual basis for raises and or promotions.
Dealt with home and property owners on any possible encroachment onto their property and replacing any plants, sod, bulbs etc.





















Dekalb County Water & Sewer Department
May 1990 to March 1995
Senior Foreman




Achievements
Promoted from Senior Operator to Senior Foreman after a year and a half.
Influenced and trained employees with little to no experience to understand the meaning of doing a job to be proud of.





Responsibilities:

Meet with supervisor every morning to collect work orders.
Repair water and sewer lines, per work order.
Clear outfall lines (sewer lines in the woods that have tree growth over them)
Mobilize for emergencies of broken water and sewer lines.
Prepare annual evaluations of men on my crew.
Review possible promotions with my supervisor for men on my crew.
Dealt with home owners that were disgruntle about us digging in their yard.
Repaired existing fire hydrants and valves.
Reported to dispatch on how the site was left and the required landscaping that needed to be preformed by other crews to put the site back like it was.





















Globe Communications
April 1988 to May 1990
0perator



Responsibilities:


Uncover existing utilities with shovels and posthole diggers.
Operated rubber tired backhoes, trenchers, street saws, dozers, farm tractor with scrape blade, earth saws and boring machines.



Evans Homes
October 1986 to April 1988
Carpenter Apprentice

Hand dug footings for concrete foundation.
Stick built homes.
Carry lumber, sawed lumber to needed lengths, nail wood, install doors, windows, siding and interior trim when sheetrock was completed.



EDUCATION

Diploma from Union County High School.








References available upon request.













Computer Skills


Windows 95,98,NT,XP,Vista, Microsoft word, excel, power point and basic windows structures.
Trimble Site Vision Office.
Trimble Terramodel.
Miscellanies Trimble software for managing GPS Machine Control
Microsoft Project 98.
Pay dirt estimating software.








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