Joshua M. Hall
120 Gibbs St., Apt. 367
Rockville, MD 20850
Background in providing Construction Management services for both the private sector and government projects for all Architectural divisions. Responsibilities have included serving as a liaison between clients, architects, engineers and contractors; translating project objectives into plans of action; and, aligning resources to ensure timely completion of projects within budget.
GILBANE BUILDING COMPANYNovember 2006 May 2009
Senior Project Engineer Washington County Regional Medical Center
Provided complete management services for interior finish packages totaling $30M on $150M new 500,000 square foot hospital construction. As team leader for all finish trades, duties include coordinating, directing and supervising personnel and subcontractors to ensure the completion of work on time, and to the quality specified; establishing and maintaining project finish schedule; maintaining relations with and serving as a liaison to both the architect and finish trade subcontractors; financial reporting; maintaining contract documents via RFIs, ASIs and change bulletins; assuring quality control; and, establishing general administrative procedures for the interiors project team.
Senior Project Engineer - US Capitol Visitors Center
Working as the Owners Representative on the US Capitol Visitors Center, a 500,000 square foot underground exhibition hall / congressional office space (current value $500M and growing), primarily responsible for estimating and negotiating change orders (1,600+ changes and growing). Protected the Governments money as if it were my own, while striving for fair and reasonable settlements to all parties. Also developed and maintained the punch list (14,000+ items and growing). Developed strong leadership skills through training interns and newly hired engineers.
KIEWIT CONSTRUCTIONMay 2004 November 2006
Estimated projects for the Kiewit Engineering group in Omaha, NE. Projects ran the gamut from classified office buildings to airport runway replacement and included take-offs and estimating of CSI Divisions 2-14, including indirect costs (overhead, profit, G&A, insurance, taxes, etc.). Estimated jobs between $2M and $300M.
CENTEX CONSTRUCTIONJuly 2001 May 2004
Project Engineer - National Institutes of Health - Clinical Research Center
Complete on-site field and office management for Miscellaneous Metals, Structural Steel, and
Sitework Subcontractors, including monitoring work-in-place, on-site coordination, schedule, submittal and RFI review, monthly requisitions, change order negotiation, contract scope determination and negotiation. Primary point of contact to architect for this $750M, approximately 1.3 million square foot project with 850,000 square feet of core program function. This project includes 250,000 square feet of laboratories and 250 in-patient beds along with 100-day station beds.
CLARK CONSTRUCTIONMay 1998-July 2001
Began in purchasing by performing quantity take-offs for Division 10-11, but quickly expanded my role to include full buy-out of projects (University of Georgetown Jesuit Residence, $65M). Developed subcontractor scopes, and negotiated and awarded subcontracts.
Project Engineer - National Institutes of Health - Vaccine Research Center
Performed on-site financial management and document control for $30M Class 3 interstitial lab, including Estimate to Complete, Owner/Subcontractor Requisitions, Monthly Job Status Report. Also managed elevator subcontractor in spare time.
University of Maryland at College Park: B.A. Psychology, December 1997
Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management (CQM) Certified
OSHA 30-Hour Card Certified
Prolog and MS Office Fluent
Primavera / P3 / Suretrak Scheduling Proficient
SUMMARY OF SKILLS AND CAPABILITIES:
Ability to coordinate efforts among various engineering disciplines to achieve a common goal
Ability to communicate and interact with clients, architects, engineers and contractors
Excellent oral and written communicator
Enjoy cooking, exercising, live music and sporting events, reading, canoeing, and corporate softball.
Relationship: Project Manager (Direct Supervisor) on USCVC
Relationship: Lead Architect on NIH Clinical Research Center
Relationship: Mechanical Engineer on NIH Clinical Research Center
Relationship: Co-worker (Office Manager / Accountant) at Kiewit Federal Group
Relationship: Co-worker (Estimator) at Kiewit Federal Group
Relationship: Co-worker (Superintendent) at Gilbane
Relationship: Architect on CVC Project (RTKL)