Project Superintendent

Name : K Tattersall
Industry Type : General Contractors - Managers
City & State : Woodbridge,VA
Job Title Project Superintendent
Relocation Preferences : No
Objective : Objective & Career Aspirations:

Seeking a supervisory/management position that will provide challenges and offer growth opportunities that will utilize my educational and professional experiences to their fullest potential to benefit my employer.
Resume :  

Education:

N.V.C.C./University of Maryland Pursuing B.S. Construction Management & Technology (C.E.U. - 44 Units)

Experience:

Twenty-five (25) years of progressively responsible construction management and supervision for multi-million dollar projects involving each phase of the project life cycle from pre-construction through closeout. Execution formats including design build, design-bid-build, and plan & spec.

Roles: Prime, Mechanical, QA/QC Superintendent and Owners Agent.

Market Segments:

(Private) Commercial - retail and office facilities.
(Public) Government - hospitals, airport and transportation facilities.

Key Clients & Projects Summary:

National Institutes of Health (NIH) - Three (3) phases of expansion totaling approximately $ 54M consisting of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and ancillary support services.
Dulles International Airport - $ 29M Air Traffic Control Tower.
Center for Disease Prevention (CDP) - $ 9.2M Vivarium and Class III Clean Room applications.
New York City Department of Transportation - $ 17M for maintenance facilities.

Specific Skills & Attributes:

Computer Literate - All MS Office Applications.
Scheduling & Planning - MS Project, Primavera, Prolog, WBS, Earned Value Methodology
Mechanical - Plumbing & Pipefitting
Communication - Written & Verbal, Management liaison for Owner, A&E, Prime & Subs.
Quality Control (QC) & Quality Assurance (QA) Risk Mitigation - Scope Deficiency Resolution & Claims Avoidance
Production Reports - Recording, Analysis, & Interpretation for Efficiency Gains
Safety - Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA), development, implementation, & enforcement.

Technical & Vocational Education:

USACE CQM Certification-2010
OSHA 30 Hour, First Aid/CPR Certified - 2008
Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification - 1994
U.S. Air Force - Technical Training Courses

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