SHERIDAN R. JONES
1 Pawnee Ln.434.591.0831 (h)
Palmyra, Va. 22963434.960.3632
Summary of Qualifications
Construction manager experienced in all phases of construction estimating/project management seeks senior PM or Director of Construction position. Green Advantage Certified in Commercial Construction. Coastal development, job costing, client and subcontractor relations, and logistics are my strengths.
2010-PresentPiedmont Virginia Community College
Assistant Professor. Instruct students in variety of construction fields.
ØBlueprint Reading and Building Codes
ØIntroduction to Sustainable Design
2007-2010R.E. Lee & Son, Inc. Charlottesville, Va.
Senior Project Manager. Project Manager for mid-size commercial contractor specializing in negotiated, repeat customer contracts. Successful project scheduling and project delivery ensured profitability of all projects.
ØDirect supervision of 2-4 Superintendents, 3-25 field personal, and multiple sub-contractors.
ØFavorable sub-contract and supplier negotiations prior to issuing contracts and purchase orders.
ØClear and concise correspondence between owner, architect, and subcontractors in the form of RFIs, RFPs, change order document preparation, weekly meeting agendas, minutes, and monthly progress reports.
ØProject documentation utilizing Prolog project management software, Microsoft Project, and contract documents (either AIA or Consensus Documents).
ØProjects ranged in scope and cost from renovation to UVA surgical unit ($1.2m) to 24 unit high end apartments ($5.5m) 10 unit upper end retirement cottages ($7.8m).
1999-2007Quality Built Construction, Inc. Greenville, NC
Project Manager/Superintendent. Successful on site owners representative/manager for a 204 unit multi-family development in Wilmington, NC that lies within a Corps of Engineer designated 404 wetland area. Proficient in electronic management tools include Timberline Gold v.8 estimating/accounting integration software and Microsoft Project.
ØDirect supervisory responsibility for 7-10 field personnel and 2-5 office personnel.
ØOver all management of all other operations within the state which included three other cities and five projects.
ØDesignated Safety Officer for the firm.
ØSupervised the purchasing and contracts department for this statewide developer. This department is responsible for all estimates, construction schedules and job costing for new construction, apartment maintenance (240 units) and Home Owners Association maintenance and repair (835 units).
ØResponsible for investigation into code change impacts of current and future projects.
ØResponsible for 404 wetland, COE regulations, dredging permits, and marine construction regulations.
1996-1999Craven Construction, Inc.Kinston. NC
Project Manager. Managed all aspects of commercial and public projects including project selection, fiscal management, and assessment of target goals and profit/loss statements.
Responsible only to the company president for:
ØProject/company financial projections, contract negotiations, and project scheduling.
ØOversight of field superintendents.
1993-1996Tidewater Atlantic Research, Inc. Washington, NC.
Archaeologist. Underwater archaeologist/cultural resource manager for public sector projects. Specializations in remote sensing, small boat operations, and logistics.
ØSupervised up to 6 field archaeologists.
ØSenior archaeologist for US Army Corps of Engineers projects in Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and South Carolina.
ØArchaeologist for National Park Service projects in North Carolina.
1989-1993Maritrans Inc. Philadelhpia, Pa.
Barge Captain. Worked as Captain of ocean-going petroleum tankers to 190,000 barrels. Trained, and USCG certified, at Piney Point Marine Academy in marine fire fighting, fuel transfer, waste management/disposal.
ØAll aspects of loading/unloading crude oil, gasoline, and aviation fuel.
ØAll safety, environmental, and mechanical repairs for tanker.
Relief Mate. Acted as relief Mate for ocean-going tugs up to 115 and 100+ tons. Licensed by USCG for 200t Master/1600t Mate operations.
ØSafe navigation, crew welfare, tug operations during my watch.
1979-1989 Cummin-Hart Construction, Baltimore, Md.
Senior Estimator and Project Manager for public and private commercial and industrial projects in the Baltimore/D.C. metro area. I continued to work for Cummin-Hart on a contractual basis from 1989-1993 during my three week off rotation from Maritrans, Inc Featured projects are: National Aquarium expansion and renovation, Shot Tower renovation, Camden Yards Stadium (structural concrete).
ØProject selection, estimates, and contract negotiations.
ØOversight of two estimators.
ØProject management of selected time-critical projects.
1999- Ph.D. Coastal Resource Management, A.B.D.
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
1993-1996M.A. Nautical Archaeology & Maritime History
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
1995-1997B.A English & History
York College of Pa., York, Pa.
American Society of Professional Estimators, Member 1988 - 1993
Society of Historical Archaeology, Member 1993-2002
North Carolina Shore and Beach Association, Member 2000-Present
N.C. Coastal Federation, Member 2000-Present
Licenses and Certifications
GreenAdvantage Certified, Commercial Construction 2009
LEED for NC, Technical Review Workshop 2008
OSHA Certified Health & Safety Course (30 hr.) 2009
USCOE Certified Construction Quality Management 1999
Certified Professional Estimator 1990
US Academy of Underwater Sciences Certified Scientific Diver 1993
Community Involvement/ Volunteer Organizations
Boy Scouts, Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 138, Palmyra, Va. 2007 - Present
City of Greenville Historic Commission, Chair 1996-2006
Pitt County Tar-Pam Storm Water Advisory Commission 2000-2002
Cub Scouts, Pack 9, Den Leader 2000-2004
Board of Directors, Buddy Pelletier Surfing Foundation 1997-Present
Environmental Stewardship Committee, St. Pauls Church 2000-2006
C.M. Eppes PTA Executive Board, 1998-99 Treasurer, 1999-00 Vice President.
Greenville Little League Coach, 1999
Emergency Response & Rescue Diver Team Leader, Shrewsbury Volunteer Fire Company 1977-89 (Retired)
Former Vice-Commander, Flotilla 13-7, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 1982-1993
Project List, (Major projects)
Norcross Commons, Charlottesville, Va.
ØHigh end 24 unit apartment complex, wood construction, sprinklers, infrastructure. Value $5.5m.
Region Ten Counseling Center, Lovingston, Va.
ØNew three story 30,00 S.F. office building including sitework, elevator, data/communications. Project completed ahead of schedule. Value $2.5m.
Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge Cottages, Charlottesville, Va.
ØFive duplex, high end retirement cottages. Included sitework, stick built framing, wood floors, ceramic tile baths, custom interiors to buyers specifications. Value $7.8m.
Outpatient Surgical Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
ØComplete HVAC and partial electrical renovation to surgical center. Project completed 8 weeks ahead of schedule. Value $1.2m.
John Hopkins Research Center, Baltimore, Md.
ØStructural concrete including caissons, pre-stressed beams, formed columns, beams, floors, walls. Value $20m with change orders.
National Aquarium in Baltimore
ØPhase I Renovations: Major renovations to main exhibit tank. Remove and replace concrete structure for Beluga Whale and Seal exhibit while aquarium remained open. Value $2m.
ØPhase II: Structural concrete for new aquarium addition. Value $10m.
ØStructural Concrete for Camden Yards, Baltimore, Md. Value $12m.
CSS Neuse, Kinston, NC.
Project Manager for moving the CSS Neuse, a Confederate iron-clad gunboat, from riverside in Caswell State Park to present location. Moving the vessel required first extensive archaeological survey to be conducted by trained nautical archaeologist. The vessel was then dismantled into three pieces, moved, and reassembled within its new building, also built under this contract. The vessel was then re-surveyed to ensure precise re-alignment that was completed to within .001 of original positioning. Value $1m.
Federal Courthouse, Baltimore, Md.
ØReplacement of historic HVAC heating system with duplicate of original system. Value $1m.
Textile Mill, East Petersburg, Pa.
ØConvert historic textile mill into luxury condominiums. Value $35m.
Harrisburg City Hall, Harrisburg, Pa.
ØConvert historic City Hall to upscale condominiums. Value $20-30m.
St. Marys Convent, Lancaster County, Pa.
ØMajor renovations to historic Catholic Convent including slate roofs, stone work, plaster, HVAC and electrical upgrades. Value $25m.
MULTI-FAMILY/HIGH END CUSTOM
Waterfront, Carolina Beach, NC
ØSitework: included pool, clubhouse, full service 125 slip marina. Value $9m.
ØBuildings: Three story, stick built on mono-slab, stucco veneer, Acorn windows, garage, custom interior finishes. Estimate cost not including custom finishes. Value $5m.
Marshes at Rivers Edge, Wilmington, NC
ØSitework: including pool. $10m.
ØBuildings: Two story, stick-built on mono-slab, brick/vinyl veener, lightweight LevelRock second floor, thermal windows, screened porches, whirlpool tubs with separate shower in MB. Buyer chose custom colors, flooring, countertops, etc. Value $11.4m.
Breezewood of Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
ØSitework: Value $4.5m.
ØCondo Buildings: Two story, stick-built on mono-slab, brick/vinyl veener, lightweight LevelRock second floor, thermal windows, two bedroom/two bath units. 1425s.f. per unit. Value $12m.
ØTownhomes: Two story, stick-built on mono-slab, brick/vinyl veener, lightweight LevelRock second floor, alarm systems, wood floors. Value $8m.
Turtle Creek, Greenville, NC
ØSitework: Value $2m.
ØBuildings: Two story, stick-built on mono-slab, brick/vinyl veener, lightweight LevelRock second floor, thermal windows, two bedroom/two bath units. 1425s.f. per unit. Value $9.5m.
NCO Housing Renovations Phase II, Seymore-Johnson AFB, Goldsboro, NC
ØComplete interior and exterior renovations to existing housing including asbestos abatement, new vinyl exterior, shingles, windows, sheetrock, kitchen, flooring. 125 units, value $3.125m.
NCO Housing Renovations Phase III, Seymore-Johnson AFB, Goldsboro, NC
ØSame as Phase II. Value $2.75m.
Gymnasium, Camp Lejeune Marine Base, Jacksonville, NC
ØComplete renovation to gym including floors, acoustical ceilings, bleachers, electrical and HVAC. Value $2.5m.
Barracks Conversion, Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, NC
ØConvert existing WWII barracks to modern office complex. Value $3m.