TCIS2

Name : Angela M. Paglia
Industry Type : Engineers
City & State : Hermitage,PA
Job Title TCIS2
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Angela M. Paglia
ObjectiveIt is the objective of this employment candidate to advance beyond supervisory position held to one of manager. To perform whatever duties employer deems necessary to the utmost of her ability.
Summary of QualificationsTCIS
Supervised varying number of inspectors on construction projects, including paving (Super Pave, RPS), drainage, bridge rehabilitation and construction, roadway widening, milling, Precast plant inspection and guide rail placement. In this capacity independent decisions have been made, as well as bringing project problems to managers attention. Ms Paglias combination of education and experience are valuable assets. Also her willingness to achieve beyond present knowledge.
Work Experience
26 April,2010 to 16 September, 2010 Maguire Group Pittsburgh, PA
TCIS-2
Project: I0079 Missing Ramps County Butlery
Project Manager: Larry Traister Penn DOT District 10-0
Position held Roadway Supervisor on project that consists of widening I79 shoulders, placing barrier, drainage, creating new ramp onto I79 SB, toe benching, creating new roadway, paving and building a new bridge. Lay off of as project stopped due to lack of borrow permits.

22 March,2010 to 23 April, 2010 Maguire Group Pittsburgh, PA
TCIS-2
Project: SR 0065/A38 County Alleghany
Project Manager: Bob Yarup Penn DOT District 11-0
Position held Structures Supervisor on project that consisted of rehabilitating/repairing bridges, creating new ramps, roadway, and drainage. I was transferred to another project early in job.

04 October, 2008 to 08 January, 2010 Maguire Group Pittsburgh, PA
TCIS-2
Project: SR 0060/B28 Redesignation County Beaver
Project Manager: Don Mahoney Penn DOT District 11-0
Redesign of ramps, roadways, signing and lighting for future 376 Corridor. Work includes creating/realigning ramps, excavation, drainage, MPT reviews/set ups for temporary lane closures, concrete paving, S-Pave asphalt placements/Asph. treated permeable base crse, erosion control, guide rail placement/removal, and seeding & soil supplements. Project shut down during winter resumed February 2009. This is an over five million dollar project.
21 April, 2008 to 04 October, 2008 M.A. Beech Corp Carnegie, PA
TCIS-2
Project: Lawrence Co. Group Job #114-08-7135-1 County Lawrence
Project Manager: Don Mahoney Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had two roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave,), shoulder preparation/paving, base repairs, transverse jt. repairs, seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, line painting, Placed ADA Handicap Ramps and record documentation/calculations. Supervised staff, scheduled hours and duties, reviewed work. In addition, reviewed MPT short term daily and long term when project manager was unable.
23 July, 2007 to 21 December,2007 M.A. Beech Corp Carnegie, PA
TCIS-2
Project: Lawrence Co. Group Job #114-07-7135-1 County Lawrence
Project Manager: Heather Kwasnicka Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had three roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave,), shoulder preparation/paving, base repairs, seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, line painting, Roystan waterproofing existing bridge deck and record documentation/calculations. I was Next Gen CDS operator/office person as well as supervisor. Supervised staff, scheduled hours and duties, reviewed work. Also reviewed MPT short term daily and long term when proj. Mngr. was unable.
03 April 2007 to 20 July 2007 CMC Engr. Upper St. Clair, PA
TCIS-2
Beaver County Project: SR 0288
Project Manager: Dave Raybuck Penn DOT District 11-0
The project consisted of drainage, paving (Super Pave,), base repairs, driveway reconstructs and adjustments. Seeding and soil supplements, line painting (retro reflectivity test conducted), pipe cleaning, also signing, record documentation, blue lining, material sampling and witnessing compression concrete cylinder tests filling out 458A & 447 forms. Supervised staff, scheduled hours and duties, reviewed work. Conducted long and short-term MPT checks daily.
05 September, 2006 to 08 December, 2006 TRC Inc Export, PA
TCIS-2
West Moreland County Project: SR 0356-07M ECMS No. 78049
Project Manager: John Kiselich Penn DOT District 12-0
The project was an emergency bridge repair project for the Freeport Bridge in Freeport, PA. Repairs were completed for girders at bearings, stiffeners, webs, and flanges. Work consists of placing epoxy gel on existing steel then setting appropriate steel plates and/or angles, bolting connections and torque testing bolts assemblies. Work requires wearing safety harness and being in manlift or walking on elevated work platforms tied off to safety cable, also using extension ladders and hydra- platforms. Inspecting temporary roadway and drainage culvert, witnessing concrete cylinder breaks and, roadway line painting.

07 August, 2006 to 01 September, 2006 CCS Pittsburgh, PA
TCI-3
Allegheny County Project: SR 0079-A38 ECMS No. 28459
Project Manager: John Myler Penn DOT District 11-0
The project consisted of concrete curb and sidewalk placement, concrete patching (accelerated conc.), expansion dam repairs, placing conc. bridge approach slab. Also placed conc. shoulders, roadway line painting, signing, and guide rail placement. During conc. placement conducted tests/made cylinders, at appropriate time witnessed cylinder breaks completed 458A forms.
Took TCI-3 positions to work closer to home due to high cost of gasoline
19 June, 2006 to 04 August,2006 Maguire Group Pittsburgh, PA
TCI-3
Lawrence County Project: SR 1007-L03 ECMS No. 73535
Project Manager: Mark Giardina Penn DOT District 11-0
The project consisted of drainage, concrete curb and sidewalk placement, milling, paving (Super Pave,), base repairs, driveway reconstructs and adjustments. Seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, line painting (retro reflectivity test conducted), pipe cleaning, also signaling, loop sensors, record documentation, blue lining, material sampling and witnessing compression concrete cylinder tests filling out 458A & 447 forms.
13 March, 2006 to 16 June, 2006 Maguire Group Pittsburgh, PA
TCI-3
Lawrence County Project: SR 0208-L11 ECMS No. 73532
Project Manager: Mark Giardina Penn DOT District 11-0
The project consisted of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave,), shoulder Type 6-SP and Type 7, base repairs, driveway reconstructs and adjustments. Seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, silt fence placement, line painting (retro reflectivity test conducted), thermoplastic paint and legends placed, pipe cleaning. Also record documentation, blue lining, material sampling and witnessing compression cylinder tests filling out 458A & 447 forms.
01July, 2005 to 23 November, 2005 M.A. Beech Corp. Carnegie, PA
TCIS
Allegheny County Project: Allegheny County Group Job #111-05-7135-6
Project Manager: Fred Samay Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had six roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave,), shoulder preparation/paving, base repairs, seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, and record documentation.
Supervised staff of one, others were Penn DOT inspectors. Project closed down for winter, to resume in spring.
29 March,2004 to 12 November,2004 Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
TCIS
Butler County Project SR 0422/291 Summit Twp. Interchange Project Manager: Carl Ray Penn DOT District 10-0 The project consisted of creating new on and off ramps, roadway surfaces, rehabilitating and extending existing bridges. Existing SR0068 and SR0038 were excavated to new sub-grade elevation, sub-base placed 4 depth and concrete paving done. Concrete paving was slip formed and manually placed. Ms Paglia was supervisor inspector on project. Loop sensors were placed prior to concrete placement, measured and paid. Prior to paving start inspection of drainage was covered; it consisted of 18 RCP, 18 RCP Open Jt., Thermoplastic Pipe and Cast in Place Reinforced Concrete Inlet placements. Excavation for pipe runs were measured and paid as Class 1 & 4 Excavation, also pipe paid once backfilling completed. Witnessed concrete testing, cylinder breaks and recorded data; also conducted verification testing for every tenth acceptance test contractor performed. As supervisor Ms Paglia scheduled inspection staff and overseen their work both in field and office. Supervised staff of five inspectors.

16 July,2003 to 12 December,2003 Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
TCI
Butler County Project SR0422/291 Summit Twp. Interchange
Project Manager: Larry Traister Penn DOT District 10-0
Took TCI position to continue working till December rather than get laid off in July.

The project consisted of creating new on and off ramps, roadway, rehabilitating and extending existing bridges; project incomplete will resume in spring 2004. Existing SR0068 and SR0038 were excavated to new sub-grade elevation, sub-base placed 4 depth with asphalt treated permeable base at 4 depth and concrete paving done. Concrete paving was slip form and manually formed and placed. Ms Paglia was lead inspector on concrete paving. Loop sensor were placed prior to concrete placement, measured and paid. Prior to paving started inspection on drainage; it consisted of 18 RCP, 18 RCP Open Lt., Thermoplastic Pipe and cast in place reinforced Concrete Inlet placements. Excavation for pipe runs were measured and paid as Class 1 & 4 Excavation, also pipe paid once backfilling completed. Inspected seeding and soil supplements also erosion control blanket placements. She was laid off from project as contractor discontinued work due to winter weather.

28 April,2003 to 15 July,2003 Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
TCIS
Beaver County Project: Beaver County Group Job #112-02-7135-1
Project Manager: John Homich Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had six roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave, FB), fill bench, shoulder preparation/paving, seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, and record documentation. Supervised staff of two inspectors others were Penn DOT inspectors.

17 March,2003 to 23 April,203 also 11 March,2002 to 03 July,2002
Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
Precast Plant Inspector
Inspecting various precasting projects during forming and concrete placement, lagging panels, bridge deck panels, inlet boxes and tops, single and double faced barriers, also junction boxes with lids. Upon product completion final inspection was done and stamped for shipment to Penn DOT projects. This was a winter assignment until construction season began.

05 July,2002 to 21 Febtuary,2003 Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
TCIS
Lawrence County Project: Lawrence County Group Job #114-02-7135-1
Project Manager: Dennis Spicuzza Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had six roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave, FB), fill bench, shoulder preparation/paving, seeding and soil supplements with bonded fiber matrix for soil retention, record documentation, and CDS operation.
Supervised staff of five inspectors.

28 June,2001 to 05 March.2002 Site Blauvelt Engineering Export, PA
TCIS
Lawrence County Project: Lawrence County Group Job #114-01-7135-1
Project Manager: Dennis Spicuzza Penn DOT District 11-0
The project had ten roadways consisting of drainage, milling, paving (Super Pave, FJ, FB), bridge deck rehabilitations using fiber asphalt and Roystan waterproofing membrane, record documentation and CDS operation. Supervised staff of five inspectors.


18 July, 2000 to 22 July, 2001 GAI/CMS Corp. Monroeville, PA
TCIS
Forest/Warren Counties and Mercer County
Projects: SR0208/04M and SR0948/02M Project Managers: Karl Chandler III and Mike Kapp (pronounced Kopp) Penn DOT District 01-0
These projects consisted of milling, drainage, paving (Super Pave), widening, shoulders guide rail installation, bridge deck repairs, manual records documentation (SR028/04M), project files, and CDS operation (SR0948/02M). Supervised staff of 02 to 05 inspectors.
Also worked in company office doing exhibits, data entry, and resume evaluations.

18 August, 1998 to 17 July, 2000 M. A. Beech Co. Carnegie, PA
TCIS/TCI
Lawrence and Allegheny Counties Projects: SR0910/A02, SR4000/A09, SR0224/L01
Project Managers: Fred Samay, John Villella, and Dennis Spicuzza
Penn DOT District 11-0
Ms Paglia started as TCI on paving operations in Mercer County and guide rail placement in Forest County. As TCIS, supervising a staff of inspectors ranging from two to four on various projects. These projects consisted of drainage, paving (Super Pave, RPS, FJ), milling, widening, guide rail placement, concrete patch repair and rehabilitation, bridge parapet curb replacement, and bridge sidewalk rehabilitation, record documentation, project files, and CDS operations.
Also performed duties as Contract Coordinator in company office.



16 March, 1998 to 13 August, 1998 Hickory Engineering Inc. Hermitage, PA
Engineering Technician
Position entailed drafting and light designing of sewer systems and site development plans. Onsite survey evaluations for development assessment also done. Work performed on Auto CAD (release 14) and Soft desk program.

30 March, 1981 to 13 March, 1998 Mercer County Bridge Dept. Mercer, PA
Drafter/Designer - Survey Asst. - Inspector-in-Charge
As a drafter/designer Ms Paglia used Auto CAD releases 8 through14 to create drawings from survey notes as well as basic design data. Assisting in collection of survey data and completed all hydraulic work. Basic design consisted of quantity computations for structure and roadway items, erosion control, cross section, structure, and roadway plans. When an Inspector-In-Charge (Field Manager) all aspects of overseeing inspection were assumed by Ms Paglia. Two county Bridge Maintenance workers were supervised on a per diem basis. In this capacity all records (i.e. master diary, sketch computation, items, estimate, and field books) were kept manually. All work complied with Penn DOT standards and specifications and was periodically checked by Penn DOT representatives. Upon completion of projects all records were sent to Penn DOT Finals Unit for review before project could be considered completed. The following lists a few of the bridges worked on:
Bridge # 1003 Pearson Rd., Perry Twp.
Project consisted of construction of a 73 feet single span adjacent box beam bridge with roadway clearance of 24 feet 9 inch and pile foundation.
Bridge # 2207 Jack Rd., Worth Twp.
Project consisted of the rehabilitation of a 34 feet span with roadway clearance of 17 feet. The project involved welding an open grid deck in place, replacing one existing abutment, capping the other, and five of seven beams also painting beam and deck.
Bridge # 2328 Cassidy Rd., City of Hermitage
Project consisted of the construction of a single span 12 feet cast in place Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert with roadway clearance 24 feet.
Bridge # 2710 East Gilmore Rd., Wolf Creek twp.
This bridge was washed out by flooding, causing emergency replacement with 20 feet single span cast in place Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert. Approach work on 24 feet clearance roadway also done.
Bridge # 1601 Canon Rd., Lake Twp.
Project consisting of the construction of a 30 feet single span adjacent box beam bridge with 28 feet 6 inch roadway. The structure involved pile foundation with plastic sleeves, sheet piling for excavation and stream diversion. The roadway remained open to traffic by means of a maintained run around lane.

Other items of inspection during tenure with Mercer County Bridge Dept. includes pile driving, diversion ditches, painting, plate pipe culvert, steep grade box beams fitted with sole plates, gabion slope walls, excavation around historical landmarks that could not be disturbed, and other incidentals to bridge projects. Also seeding and soil supplements, guide rail placement, and final survey shots taken to final class one excavation.


April, 1979 to June, 1980 Architects and Engineers Youngstown, Ohio
Drafter/Designer
Laid off due to lack of company projects. Board drafting for malls shopping plazas and rehabilitation of hotels and hospitals into housing for elderly. Design work was in form of layouts for aforementioned projects. This company is out of business.

EducationSept. 1975 to June 1977Penn State Univ. Sharon, PA
Associate Degree Engineering
1977 to 1978 Penn State Univ.
General Arts and Science Classes taken for Bachelor Degree Engineering
1985 Youngstown State Univ. Youngstown, Ohio
Bachelor Civil Engineering Senior rating ( Lacked funds to continue)
February, 1998 Lakeland Technical Services Greenville, PA
Advanced Auto CAD for release 14
November, 1986 Lakeland Technical Services Greenville, PA
Auto Cad Level I (Employer deemed it unnecessary to pursue further)
Certificates of completion for both Auto CAD classes.
NECEPT Update Courses 2002 & 2003
Penn DOT Winter Schools Yearly ( Districts 01-0, 11-0, 10-0)

AccreditationsNICET Level IV Highway Construction Inspector Certification
NICET Level II Survey Certification, All Exp. 09/2011
NECEPT 11-1998, Exp. 12/29/2012 (2034)
Construction Documentation Systems Version 2 (110078, 01/21/1999 No Exp.)
Construction Documentation Systems Next Gen (6NEL7J)
ACI Field Testing Technician Grade I, Exp. 04/05/2010 (065996)
Penn DOT Concrete Field Technician, NECEPT
Copy of each certification upon request







References




Mr. Carl Ray
2550 Oakland Ave
PO Box 429
Indiana, PA 15701
Phone: 724-282-3816

Mr. James C. Painter
12856 Rt. 536
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
Phone: 814-938-9176

Mr. Ron Wygant
179 Dean Rd.
Sandy Lake, PA 16145
Phone: 724-376-3063







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