Project Control Contractor

Name : Primavera, MS Project Scheduler
Industry Type : Specialty Contractors
City & State : North East,PA
Job Title Project Control Contractor
Relocation Preferences : None
Objective : Contract Scheduling for Heavy Highway, Wastewater, Military Construction, Electrical Transmission, or Federal Projects.


Resume :  


John D. Greer
11352 Emily Drive, North East, PA 16428


Seasoned construction project management participant with extensive field experience to compliment headquarter skills.  Project controls expertise with several systems including MS Project, MS Office, SAP and Primavera (P3, SureTrak, P6) and military estimating.  Heavy construction knowledge including wastewater, roadway, petroleum pipelines and storage and power transmission including quad bundled 400KV.  Excellent team player, leader and builder, as well as independent producer in both line and staff assignments.  


Education, Certifications
Primavera P6 Project Management
Primavera P6 Resource Management
MS Project nine courses through advanced
DCMA Estimating, KBR Project Controls
Liberal Arts, Pennsylvania State University 
Construction Management, Gibbs and Hill Consulting Engineers  
Math, Physics, Norwalk State Technical Institute
Critical Path Method Scheduling, Sterling Associates
American Concrete Institute (ACI), Penn DOT
Journeyman Construction Lineman, IBEW


Project Controls Contractor
Web based project controls services.  Periodic site visits produce completion progress verification, team planning sessions, and workaround options to keep projects on or ahead of schedule.


Estimator, Project Controls, 2008
KBR, LOGCAP III, FOB Camp Echo, Ad Diwaniyah, Iraq
Sole estimator on a forward operating base (FOB) of international coalition troops at multi-camp headquarters credentialed to provide estimates within Department of Defense (DOD) Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) criteria.  Estimates were scrutinized by both Project Control management, site management, and all stakeholders.  End users ranged from military and civilian contractors to third country service providers to the US Department of State.
Projects included all design, procurement and construction disciplines from site work, foundations, structural, architectural, and utilities to finishing and furnishing.  Stringent DCMA acquisition procedures and remote locations required unique delivery strategies and logistics for each project and FOB.
Estimates were produced for multiple FOB locations.  Security aspects at future base locations prohibited site visits and aerial surveillance was not an option.  Design drawings, experience and visualization were the best tools.
The project performance arena and diverse execution plans required both attentive cooperation with a diverse group of subject matter experts (SMEs) and specific geography adjustments.  Individual project estimates worth millions of dollars were successfully navigated through the entire approval process from FOB to Bagdad headquarters top program team including military and third party advisors.


Construction Superintendent, 2004-2007
J. L. Moore, Inc., Columbia Station, OH
Commercial construction of food stores, restaurants, retail and convenience stores with fuel stations, including site work, utilities, petroleum storage and dispensing, buildings, and interior furnishing, from groundbreaking to opening.  Projects included Family Dollar Stores, Burger King, Aldi, Giant Eagle food stores GetGo convenience stores and gas stations.
Total field construction responsibility effected from initial bidding, survey, layout, clearing and grubbing, utilities, foundations, slabs, and structural erection, rough and finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, drywall, tile and flooring, painting and roofing, to suspended ceilings.  Installation of walk-in and sales floor freezers and refrigeration, commercial food preparation and display equipment, shelving and signage, and parking lot paving preceded initial stocking, fuel fill, client employee training and the final objective and my personal favorite, turnover, cutting the ribbon and opening.
Work was performed with direct hire employees and subcontractors.  Handled multiple projects while also performing pre-bid surveys and hosting subcontractor site visits at other locations.


Senior Construction Field Representative, 1997-2000, 2002-2004 
Urban Engineers, Erie, PA
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and private consultant inspection service for heavy highway and commercial projects, including piling, caissons, bridges, concrete structures, drainage, earthwork, concrete and asphalt roadway, bridges and precast post tensioned box culverts.  Performed progress pay estimates, quantities pay estimate preparation for volume, weight, area, and lineal pay units, materials sampling and inspection, and specification compliance verification.
Daily liaison duties were accomplished with local municipal authorities and the traveling public.  Audit reviews and reconciliations were completed with both state and federal government personnel and included contract administrative issues of Davis Bacon Act compliance and disadvantaged business contract target accomplishments.
Complete field files including project daily reports, logs, sampling and test results, supplier and material certifications and correspondence were maintained for both manual and automated record systems.  Overall schedule and cost progress as well as projected date and estimated cost at completion were closely monitored and variances addressed on a routine and continuous basis.


Senior Construction Representative, 2001-2002
Nichols & Slagle Engineering, Summerville Municipal Authority, Jefferson Co., PA
Total field construction management of three prime contracts for a new municipal wastewater collection system, including pumping stations and treatment plant.  Contract administration and management duties included monthly pay estimate preparation for each contract.  Also produced estimates for contract change orders, both increases and credits for cost and schedule adjustments for each contract.  Represented construction team to owner and general public at monthly public forums and presented progress, financial status, addressed property owner concerns and claims, created solutions for areas of interest to local and state government departments and agencies.


Construction Manager,1995-1997
Science Management Corporation
East Vincent Municipal Authority, Chester Co., PA
Construction management for wastewater collection system, pump stations and treatment plant, site building, and pump stations.  Project included right of way clearing, erection and commissioning of new 37.5KV overhead power feeder.  Signature authority was exercised for five prime contracts for monthly pay estimate approval.  A separate estimate for each contract progress payment and change order was prepared independently to support negotiations with prime contractors. Project was completed ahead of schedule, under budget and over a hundred change orders successfully negotiated were found acceptable to public funding audits that took place in my field office.
Progress schedule, cost to date and estimate at completion were delivered by written report and presentation at a monthly public forum.  Liaison with all local and state governments and private property owners was performed on a daily basis.


Resident Engineer, 1993-1994
Gannett Fleming Engineers
Charlotte Mecklenburg Utility Dept., NC
Renovation of Irwin Creek wastewater treatment facility including new primary and aeration tanks, new power, instrumentation and control, pump stations, yard piping, sludge digestion and effluent filtration.  Monthly cost estimates and schedule reviews were prepared for forecasting final completion cost, negotiating change orders and identifying and addressing variances.
Performed daily surveillance of all project activity to monitor compliance with project plans and specifications.   This included material sampling and testing, shop drawing compliance and monitoring equipment calibrations, component, equipment, and subsystem and system conformance with contract requirements.


Resident Engineer, 1991-1993
Gannett Fleming Engineers
Town of Greenwich, CT
New construction and renovations for Grass Island 50 MGD wastewater treatment facility including thousands of drive cast piles, numerous structures, new buildings, administrative office additions to final paving.   Project was from head end intake, screening and degritting, through primary settling and aeration tanks, secondary lift station, final clarifiers and chlorination to Greenwich Bay outfall.  New power was 35KV distributed underground on site to step down stations for final load connections.  Project scope included producing independent cost estimates for monthly progress payments, forecasting estimate at completion (EAC) and negotiating change orders to prime contract.
Daily contact and cooperation was affected with all team members which included the Greenwich representative, Gannet Fleming, prime and subcontract contacts.  This project was the first application of drive cast piles in the northeast US and was performed by Hudson Foundations.


Project Controls Contractor, 1983-1990
New Orleans, LA
Planning, scheduling and project documentation services provider using Milestone, Primavera and Suretrack.  Clients included Gulf Oil, TANO, Brown & Root, Kansas Nebraska Pipeline, Weaver Oil and Gas, US Department of Energy (DOE), City of New Orleans, St. Tammany Parish Electrical, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory.


Contract Liaison Officer,1981-1982
Spectra Research Systems, System Safety Engineering Prime Contractor
Department of Energy, Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Coordination of deliverables to Department of Energy (DOE) Strategic Petroleum Reserve project headquarters in New Orleans.  Increased New Orleans office staff threefold by improving communications and service.  Lead position of Liaison Officer grew to Safety Manager supervising six safety engineers and administrative staff during my tenure.


Manager, Integrated Logistic Support, 1980-1981
Gibbs & Hill Consulting Engineers subsidiary, Dravo Utility Constructors
Department of Energy, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, $100 million
Acquired and supervised a staff of specialists including logistics, reliability, maintainability, training, estimating, scheduling, technical writing and publications.  Responsible for RAM studies, facilities utilization analysis, developing maintenance concepts and plans, training requirements and spares.  My department worked with several COs and COTRs on a daily basis, as well as other DOE prime contractors.  Member, Program Support Management Group.


Special Projects Engineer, 1978-1979
Gibbs & Hill Consulting Engineers subsidiary, Dravo Utility Constructors
Department of Energy, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, $100 million
Point man for construction and startup documentation from CM team of Parsons-Gilbane and DOE Systems Engineering.  Report to and function as the primary troubleshooter for the Director of Operations and Maintenance of six crude oil storage sites, offshore terminal (LOOP) and associated interstate pipelines connecting to critical region refining facilities.  Represented O&M contract interests on program level System Support Management Group.
 
Construction Manager, 1976-1978
Gibbs & Hill-Iran
Tehran Neka 400KV Interconnection
Tavanir, Iranian Ministry of Power, $300 Million
Total field responsibility, including final route selection, for double circuit 400KV transmission lines, switching stations and substations from Caspian Sea to Tehran through the Elburz mountain range.  Transmission lines, substations and switching stations traversed elevations that were from below sea level at the Caspian Sea through the mountain passes at roughly eleven thousand feet and then on to the plateau including Tehran.  The right of way access and roads were laid out and built by my project team after my selection of route and turning points received engineering approval in Tehran.  Planned and directed three prime contractors, six subcontractors, expatriate and TCN staff and trained host country staff.


Construction Engineer, 1974-1976
Gibbs and Hill Engineers, New York, NY
Construction coordination for 220-230 KV overbuild projects on the Northeast Rail Corridor representing rail interests to public utilities and their contractors.


Technical Publications, Partial Listing
Construction Management of HVAC Overbuild Projects on Northeast Rail Corridor
St. Petersburg, Unit Three Piling Analysis
Construction Management for Shiva Nova High Energy Laser Research Project
Inspection Procedures for Tehran-Neka 400KV Interconnection
Operation and Maintenance Manuals for DOE Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) Maintainability Support Demonstration
SPR Risk Management Information System
SPR System Safety Analysis Reports
Project Control Plan for Shell-Norske Deep Sea Diving R&D Program
Instrumentation and Control Technician Training
SPR Facilities Utilization Analysis
Koch Wood River Pipeline Control System Operation and Maintenance Manuals
Network Analysis Requirements for Critical Path Method Scheduling


 


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