Licensed Architect

Name : Felix L. George
Industry Type : Architects
City & State : San Diego,CA
Job Title Licensed Architect
Relocation Preferences :
Objective : Challenging position as Licensed Architect
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Professional Summary
Licensed in California as Architect #C-10,287 in l979, specialized as a roofing and waterproofing consultant for projects of all sizes since 1982. Recent experience with Navy Facilities Engineering Southwest (NAVFAC SW) working for MacDonald-Bedford as Contractor (Architectural Design and Technical Support) with fast-track design/build projects, photovoltaic systems on new energy saving roof systems; and, Request For Proposal (RFP) preparation, design review and troubleshooting.

Expertise includes design of roofing and waterproofing systems for large and highly technical facilities, construction administration, construction management, preparation of specifications, quality assurance, investigations, photovoltaic systems, and expert witness services. Extensive experience with all types of roofing and waterproofing projects, including residential, commercial, institutional, government and military facilities. Self-employed as an Architect/Roofing & Waterproofing Consultant for twenty-seven years in San Diego before joining the NAVFAC SW team.

Currently seeking employment in San Diego County on Navy and Marine Corps construction projects, other Government projects, or any type of projects where my talents and knowledge will be best utilized.

Military Experience
United States Army Corps of Engineers: Combat Engineer Training
93rd Engineers, Float Bridge: Nellingen, Germany
293rd Engineer Construction Battalion: Baumholder, Germany
Engineer Command Europe: Frankfurt, Germany
Honorable Discharge 1975
20 military projects, roofing & waterproofing consultation/litigation
Engineering Command San Diego: NAVFAC SW, California
Re-enlisted August 2009 to February 2010


Qualifications Profile
Technical expertise, product knowledge, on-time performance, top quality service and excellent documentation have been the keys to professional success. A strong team spirit and high quality standards inspire efficient coordination, critical during extremely complicated and highly sensitive projects. A balance of knowledge and proven performance between the office (the paper world) and the field (the real world) provides unique qualifications needed in the highly technical building environment. Born, raised, and educated in Los AngelesArchitectural Apprenticeship in Los Angeles, Germany and San DiegoA true Californian dedicated to improving the built environment.

Selected Accomplishments
Experienced with a wide variety of Government Facility projects
Highly trained and skilled to process military construction documents
600 projects completed while self-employed
250 projects completed as an employee
100 litigation cases, serving as Expert Witness (mostly roofing)
10 technical articles published (Western Roofing, Architecture West)
Chances of litigation minimized on several key projects
Formulation of aggressive (pro-active) quality assurance programs



Education
University of Southern California, College of Architecture & Fine Arts
Bachelor of Architecture Degree 1972
Extended Studies Courses: Roofing, Waterproofing, Real Estate, Property Management, Property Appraisal, Real Estate Law
Continuing Education: Roofing Industry Educational Institute (RIEI), Better Understanding of Roofing Systems Institute (BURSI), Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), American Institute of Architects (AIA), Society of American Registered Architects (SARA), National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS), Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI)


Professional Affiliations, Past & Present
CSIConstruction Specifications Institute, San Diego Chapter
RCIRoof Consultants InstituteDirector of 10 Western States
SARASociety of American Registered ArchitectsTreasurer 8 years
RCARoofing Contractors AssociationNewsletter Editor/Publisher
WSRCAWestern States Roofing Contractors Association
SAMESociety of American Military Engineers


Professional Experience
Prompt and efficient communication utilizing people skills, digital photography and technical documentation; established a long track record of successfully completed projects. Extensive investigation of failures has provided the knowledge necessary to design new systems that work right the first time. Observation and coordination during actual construction assures that each project is properly documented and the finished product comes in on time, and on budget.





MacDonald-Bedford / Parsons


NAVFAC SW Projects
August 2009February 2010



P-2397 Repair/Improve Double Hangar, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
Brief inspection & consultation for new roof coating

P-313 Entry Control Point Gate Five, Marine Corps Recruit Depot
RFP1391 Validation

P-106 Troop Training Access Structure, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
RFP1391 Validation

P-637 Infantry Squad Defense Range, Camp Pendleton
RFP1391 Validation

P-1037 Warehouse, Camp Pendleton
RFP1391 Validation

P-1045 New Potable Water Conveyance, Camp Pendleton
RFP1391 Validation

P-925 Dip Tank Cleaning Facility, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow
RFP1391 Validation

P-930 Combat Vehicle Repair Facility, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow
RFP1391 Validation

P-939 Engine Dynamometer Facility, Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow
RFP1391 Validation










MacDonald-Bedford / Parsons



American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

Install photovoltaic systems on new roofing systems
approximately 28 buildings


Technical Support--Review Design, Plans, Specs, Submittals

Naval Base San DiegoBuildings 116, 3205, 3278
Naval Base Coronado
Naval Base Point LomaBuildings 17A, 17B, 111, 382, 533, 633, 11
Naval Base Ventura County Buildings 401, 800
Naval Air Facility El Centro Buildings 201, 202, 214, 4001, 4002
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake Buildings 2188, 2466, 31598
Naval Air Station Lemoore Buildings 802, 803
Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Buildings 78, 110
Naval Postgraduate School Monterey Buildings 234, 245, 339



Technical Support--Specifications, Safety

Attachment of Roofing SystemsMechanical v. adhesives
Safety on the Roofs: The Fall Protection Problem is Increasing Rapidly
Fall ProtectionMethods & Devices
Fall ProtectionRegulations and Standards
Fall ProtectionBullets from the New NAVFAC Fall Protection Guide


Technical Support--Roof Inspections

Naval Base Point LomaBuildings 111, 382, 17A, 17B, 533, 633, 11


Technical Support--Roof Troubleshooting

Naval Base San DiegoBuilding 116






MacDonald-Bedford / Parsons



American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

Install photovoltaic systems on new roofing systems
approximately 28 buildings


Summary of Our Involvement

Working with the Design Manager as Client, we provided technical contractor support. We reviewed technical documents including Request for Proposals, Design Progress Documents, Completed Design Documents, Working Drawings, Specifications, Submittals and related contract documents. We provided recommendations and suggestions to the Design Manager for improvements and verification of contract compliance, and provided a review of the contract documents for technical accuracy. We attended meetings at the project sites (on the roofs) with the Resident Officer In Charge of Construction, the Photovoltaic Contractor, the Roofing Contractor, the Roofing Manufacturers Representative, the Design Manager and other team members, to provide quality assurance inspections for project completion validation.


Working with the Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Divisions Engineering Technician as Client, we provided technical contractor support. We provided technical assistance for roof troubleshooting by analyzing existing conditions (roof failure and leakage) during construction, and provided validation of defective work, and technical support for non-compliance issues. We provided recommendations and suggestions to the Engineering Technician for alternative corrective measures, reviewed the Contractors Submittals for Corrective Work, met with the team (including the Contractor) to resolve the items of concern, and provided assistance with logistical elements to assure project completion within budget constraints and on schedule.


MacDonald-Bedford / Parsons


List of Site Visits and Project Trips

Location----Project----Subject----Date

1.Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton: Repair/Improve Double Hanger 3297; roof inspection, technical support, Monday 17 August 09

2.Marine Corps Recruit Depot: Dining Facility Renovation; training site visit with Architect; 20 August 2009

3.BarstowLogistics Center and Public Works Department: P-925 Dip Tank Cleaning Facility; P-930 Combat Vehicle Repair Facility; P-939 Engine Dynamometer Facility; RFP Validations; meetings with Facility Engineer, Users, tour of facility 22/23 September 2009

4.Marine Corps Recruit Depot: P-313 Entry Control Point Gate Five: RFP Validationmeeting with Facilities Engineer; 30 September 2009

5.Naval Base Point Loma: Building 111; ARRA inspection of new roof and new photovoltaic system; technical support; 6 October 2009

6.Naval Base Point Loma: Building 111 & Bldg 382; ARRA inspection of new roofs and new photovoltaic systems by Johns Manville; technical support; 13 October 2009

7.Camp Pendleton: P-637 Infantry Squad Defense Range, Meeting at ROICCs office with Facility Engineers and User; RFP Validation; 14 October 2009

8.Camp Pendleton: P-1037 Warehouse; meeting at ROICCS Office with Facility Engineers and User; brief tour of old existing warehouse to be demolished; RFP Validation; 20 October 2009

9.Naval Base Point Loma; Anti-Submarine Warfare Base: Buildings 17A, 17B and 552; ARRA inspection of new roofs and new photovoltaic systems by Johns Manville; technical support; 23 November 2009





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10.Marine Air Station Miramar: New Golf Course Clubhouse; NAVFAC SWs monthly Architects meeting; tour of new facility guided by ROICC and General Contractor; this project was the first LEED Gold Certified military project in the west; 1 December 2009

11.Naval Base San Diego; Facilities Engineers Office: Meeting re: ARRA inspection of new roofing at Building 116 with ponded water: General Contractor, Roofing Contractor, Facilities Engineer. Major leaks occurred during construction; Admirals Office suffered severe water damage; 22 December 2009

12.Naval Base Point Loma; Submarine Base; Building 633; ARRA inspection of new photovoltaic systems and new roofing system guaranteed by Johns Manville; with JM Roofing Technician, Roofing Contractor, General Contractor and ROICC; technical support; 31 December 2009

13.Google Solutions for the Navy: W Hotel, Downtown San Diego; a half-day event describing how Google could provide improvements to the Navys computer system 19 January 2010

14. Marine Air Station Miramar: Building 7209; analysis of existing conditions to prepare RFP for re-roofing; 200,000 square foot concrete roof with old leaky built-up roofing; technical support; 26 January 2010

15.Naval Base Point Loma; Anti-Submarine Warfare Base: Building 11; Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Center, Gallery Hall; ARRA inspection of new roof and new photovoltaic system with manufacturer (Johns Manville) ROICC, Roofing Contractor; technical support; 9 February 2010





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