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Accomplished and dynamic management professional with solid and diverse experience in the field of Renewable Energy Construction, eager to contribute management and operational expertise towards supporting the organization in driving business growth and increasing bottom-line profits as a key team member with an extensive experience and recognized success in effective implementation of technical operations and processes to increase productivity of the team. Strong technical qualifications with an impressive track record and hands-on experience in construction management, project and budget management and operations management. A team player with effective interpersonal and communication skills, adept at building productive relationships and building rapport with a diverse set of individuals.

Core Competencies
Organizational Leadership • Operations Management • Project Coordination • Team Management • Client Relations Construction & Change Management • Budget Management • Scheduling • Cost Estimates • Project Management


White Construction/HB White 11/2011 – 1/2013
Project Manager/Director
Managed client relationship, created schedule and cost expectations and provided monthly and weekly reports. Oversaw engineering efforts to ensure design, construction schedule and budget are met. Reviewed all submittals before forwarding to Owner and Owner’s third-party engineer. Supervised the development of project record drawings and job books. Managed superintendents, construction managers, professional engineering staff, HSSE (Health, Safety, Security and Environmental) managers, and subcontractors within a “Safety IS First” environment. Handled all financial accruals, subcontractor invoices and reports of work completed. Managed project construction budget and financials.
• Grand Ridge Solar Project, Streator, IL | Client: Invenergy- 12/2011- 7/2012
Scope: all Racking system, panel installation, DC and AC collector system, SCADA system, substation and interconnection.
Safety: 54,000 man-hours without an OSHA recordable, lost time accident, or first aid.
• High Mesa Wind Project, Hagerman, ID | Client: Exelon, Corp – 7/2012- 12/2012
Output: 40MWac
Scope: Foundations, Civil Work, Erection, and Tower wiring to support installation of 19 Suzlon S97 Wind Turbines.
Safety: 47,000 man-hours without an OSHA recordable, lost time accident, or first aid.

WTEC/CSI 6/2010 – 9/2011
Director Solar Construction
Created estimates, handled contract negotiations and executed solar projects. Collaborated with engineers on material supply to develop cost efficient material solutions to improve project and profit. Coordinated with preferred clients to develop project opportunities. Handled negotiations for the New Jersey union labor agreements. Handled construction and engineering change management and documentation. Oversaw budgets and financial performance of solar energy projects in the state of NJ. Created costs control/reporting solutions for construction and maintained client relationships to encourage repeat business and client diversification. Developed quality control systems for construction.
• Pilesgrove Solar Project, Pilesgrove, NJ | Client: RMT,Inc, 12/2010 – 9/2011
Output: 18 MWac
Scope: all Racking system, panel installation, DC and AC collector system, SCADA system, and interconnection.
Safety: 82,000 man-hours without an OSHA recordable or lost time accident.
• Garden Solar Projects, Flemington, NJ | Client: RMT, Inc., 8/2010- 9/2011
Output: 16 MWac total between four separate project sites.
Scope: All racking system, panel installation, DC and AC collector system, SCADA system, and interconnection.
Safety: 60,000 man-hours without an OSHA recordable or lost time accident.
• Vineland Solar Projects, Vineland, NJ | Client: RMT, Inc., 12/2010 – 9/2011
Output: 7 MWac total between two separate project sites.
Scope: All racking system, panel installation, DC and AC collector system, SCADA system, and interconnection.
Safety: 32,000 man-hours without an OSHA recordable, lost time accident, or first aid.

RMT, Inc. /Wind Connect 3/2009 – 6/2010
Lead Estimator
Established pricing for alternative energy projects, including Solar PV and Wind generating facilities. Directed in-house engineering efforts to identify estimated quantities and define scope of work for various estimates. Managed procurement staff, identified competitive vendors and subcontractors for all scopes of work. Evaluated pricing proposals from subcontractor and created pricing strategies. Resolved Client Request for Proposal documents and forwarded to vendors and subcontractors. Ensured subcontractor and vendor responds to multiple RFP’s. Compiled costs and developed pricing for civil and mechanical activities. Created baseline bid schedules, and other supporting documentation for attachment to bid submittal. Collaborated with upper level management regarding cost and price decisions.

Senior Project Manager 3/2008 – 3/2009
Worked with safety personnel and construction supervisors to improve production without compromising safety. Coordinated with upper-level management to create safety incentive program. Handled clients schedule and cost expectations, prepared monthly and weekly reports for owner/investor relations. Purchased items needed for self-performance of foundation construction and turbine erection and ensured budgetary compliance. Ensured construction schedules are met. Reviewed submittals before releasing to owner and owner’s third- party engineer. Oversaw project record drawings and job books. Supervised Civil, Erection, and Tower Wiring Superintendents and Construction Managers, Professional Engineering Staff, HSSE Managers, and subcontractors within “Safety IS First” environment. Processed subcontractor invoices and reports of work complete. Handled project construction budgets and schedules. Created monthly financial reports and participate in Monthly project financial review. Prepared and forwarded invoices to client and ensured timely payment. Reviewed and approved personnel timesheets and incentive bonuses. Developed project teams, coordinated with HR in hiring and terminating of individuals
• Milford Wind Corridor Project Phase I, Milford, UT | Client: First Wind, 4/2009- Present
Scope: $70M BOP Contract, Includes design and construction of collector system, substation, 89 miles of 345kv transmission line, operations and maintenance facility, SCADA system, access roads, turbine foundations, erection, and tower wiring as necessary to support (58) Clipper 2.5 MW C-99 generators and (39) GE 1.5 MW XLE generators; a total of 204MW potential output. 8-month construction schedule.
• Fowler Ridge Wind Farm Phase I & III, Fowler, IN | Client: BP Alternative Energy, 8/2008 – 4/2009
Scope: $197M BOP Contract, 300MW Wind Farm, includes design and construction of Substation, Collector System, Access Roads, Turbine Foundations, and O&M Building. Erection, Tower Wiring and Mechanical Completion of (40) Clipper 2.5MW C-99 Generators & (182) Vestas 1.65MW V82 Generators.
• Edom Hill Wind Farm, Cathedral City, CA | Client: BP Alternative Energy, 3/2008 – 8/2008
Scope: $11.6M BOP contract included decommissioning of (139) aging WindMatic Turbines for resale, removal of 8 met towers and overhead collector system. Relocation of 2 million cubic yards of soil, reconstruction 115kv substation, construction of underground collector system, access roads, turbine foundations, O&M building, and erection, tower wiring, and turnover of (8) Clipper 2.5 MW C-98 Generators.

Civil Construction Manager 7/2007 – 3/2008
Oversaw installation of foundations and civil infrastructure. Supervised employees and subcontractors in accordance with transportation and safety plans. Purchased items necessary for self-performance of civil installations, foundation construction, and turbine erection and ensured compliance budgetary parameters. Oversaw in-house quality assurance/quality control personnel, managed risk, eliminated contingency spending and provided quality product to clients. Processed subcontractor invoices and reports of work complete. Collaborated with Human Resources to create project teams, hire and terminate individuals.
• High Plains Wind Farm, Amarillo, TX | Client: John Deere Wind Energy, 9/2007- 3/2008
Scope: $2.7M BOP Contract included Point of Interconnect, Microwave Communication system, foundations, overhead transmission line, collector system, access roads, crane pads, restoration and 3rd party management of Client erection and tower wiring subcontractors for installation of (8) Suzlon 1.25MW S64 generators.
• Marshall Wind Project, Marshall, MN | Client: John Deere Wind Energy, 7/2007 – 9/2007
Scope: $1.8M EPC contract included design and construction access roads, foundations, crane paths to support (12) Suzlon 2.1MW S88 V1 Generators.

Danella National, Inc. 11/2006 – 7/2007
Division Estimator
Created estimated for Municipal Water and Wastewater projects. Reviewed and Interpreted Bid Documents and Contract Specifications. Conducted project site visit prior to bid preparation. Negotiated supplier/subcontractor costs. Gathered Bid Packages and all needed documents. Assessed Project Estimates with Project Managers, Engineers, and Superintendents. Assisted Project Managers in designing, preparing and negotiating change orders. Analyzed project manager cost reports and supported vice-president in compiling monthly cost, revenue and projected margin reports.

Project Manager 3/2005 – 11/2006
Directed field management and personnel. Created P3 Primavera schedules for all Ft. Lauderdale projects. Prepared monthly pay requests and monthly project cost reports. Handled negotiations with subcontracts for restoration and other Low Margin items and activities. Provided correspondence to owner’s specifications. Interviewed, recruited and oriented new employees. Scheduled crew and subcontractor performance.


B.S. Business Administration, 1999-2003
Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Concentration in Operations Management

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