Facilities Manager or Construction Manager or Senior Project Man

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Facilities Manager, Construction Manager, Senior Project Manager with 25 years experience looking for a Middle Management position.



STEPHEN R. BRADEN 3110 N. Alexander Street. *** Charlotte, North Carolina 28205 904-377-6544/904-540-0063 [email protected] Civil Engineer Specializing in...Facilities Management /Senior Project Manager/Construction Man agement /OSHA & Safety Compliance / Nuclear Facilities Strategic hands-on leader effectively managing large-scale projects and contract s while directing cross-functional departments. Builds and maintains critical a nd long-term client relationships, generating consistent results while realignin g efforts in changing environments to drive high performance levels. Maximizes productivity to deliver substantial ROI by developing solutions to optimize oper ations and project initiatives. Identifies cost reduction opportunities while b ridging internal communication. Computer Skills: Microsoft Word * Excel * Project * Lotus * Primavera Scheduling Core strengths: Facility Operations Management * Project Management Construction Management * Preventative Maintenance * Design Build Knowledge PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE Executive position as a Facilities/Senior Project Manager where personal skills are exercised towards making a contribution towards growth, development and prof itability. EDUCATION BS, Civil Engineering/Minor in Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering, Old Dom inion University NOTABLE PROJECTS * Served as project manager for a wide-range of projects valued at up to $26M. Clients included The Frito Lay Corporation, Federal Reserve Bank, Ford Motor Com pany, Philip Morris USA, Dominion Resources/Virginia Power and Electric Authorit y, City of Richmond, and AT&T Corporation. * Initiated a comprehensive automated maintenance and remodeling program that ge nerated $12.5M in gross revenue with a $3M management net. * Value engineered more than $5M in capital and expense projects to meet a facil ity's physical needs. * Furnished and installed solar panels and an Energy Management System for 70 ro of top a/c units. * Supervised the installation of gas turbine foundations and equipment for Domin ion Resources. * Issued and oversaw contractors repairing 450,000 sq ft of 38 buildings damaged from termites and poor construction; following the revamp, this location became one of the most lucrative East coast sites. CAREER PROFILE 2009-2010 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Contract - Savannah River Nuclear

Solutions, Subcontractor Technical Representative: Supervised and managed the wo rk performed by contractors on a nuclear power site. 2009-2009 FEMA, Contract - Federal Emergency Management Agency- Jefferson Cit y, Missouri, Project Officer: Supervised and managed disaster projects in the

U.S. 2008-2008 Al Sahara Group, Contract - Baghdad, Iraq Senior Project Manager: Managed and constructed a $15M headquarters, fuel statio n and ammunition storage for the U.S. Army. 2007-2008 Progress Energy, Contract - Hartsville, South Carolina Procurement Engineer I: Purchased HVAC equipment, motors, pumps and electrical e quipment for a nuclear power plant. 1996-2006 Vicar's Landing - Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida Plant/Facilities Operations Director: Managed 50+ acres including 238 (450,000 s q ft.) condominium units, 68 bed skilled nursing facility, 38 apartment Assisted Living Facility and 25,000 sq.ft. of commercial buildings. Supervised and manag ed 20 plus employees and 400 members. Supervised and managed the construction o f a ($5,500,000) 38-apartment Assisted Living facility. 1981-1996 The Whiting Turner Contracting Company - Richmond, Virginia Senior Project Manager (1.6 Billion Dollar Contracting Co.) - Administered all p hases of contract administration, trade negotiations, personnel management, sche duling, cost management, document interpretation, accounts payable and receivabl e, budgeting and equipment procurement on a wide range of projects ranging from $1,000,000 to $26,000,000. CREDENTIALS OSHA certified United States Navy Veteran, Military Sealift Command (MSC) Merchant Ship Project History $9,000,000 Army Headquarters Constructed a headquarters, fuel station and a ammunition storage facility for t he U.S. Army Baghdad, Iraq Client: U.S. Army $5,500,000 Assisted Living Facility New construction of a 39,000 sq. ft Assisted Living Facility Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida Client: Life Care Pastoral Services $8,000,000 Roll Gold Pretzel Manufacturing Facility Renovation and new construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. facility in Aberdeen, Maryla nd. Client: Frito-Lay Corporation $17,000,000 Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Renovation of the 18th, 19th and 20th floor, plus new construction on a 3-story, precast underground HVAC facility. Client: Federal Reserve Bank $26,000,000 Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport, New construction of a 150,000 sq. ft. (state of the art) airport terminal includ ing High Tech HVAC and electrical equipment. Client: Peninsula Airport Commission $1, 5000, 000 Ford Motor Company, Renovation of existing (F150 Ford truck) assembly plant and hazard waste tank fa rm relocation and expansion. Client: Ford Motor Company $8,400,000 Courtland Elementary School New construction of a 75,000 sq. ft. elementary school. Client: Spotsylvania County School Board

$3,000,000 Manufacturing Up-Grade Renovation of existing manufacturing facility. Client: Philip Morris, USA $1,500,000 Virginia Power (Dominion Resources) Installed a gas turbine generator, Richmond, Va. $5,600,000 Innsbrook Technical Center New constructio of a 350,000 sq.ft. training facility. Client: Virginia Power and Electric Authority $1,500,000 Water Treatment Plant Up-grade Client: Bear Island Paper Company $3,700,000 Water Treatment Plant Renovation of existing facility. Client: City of Richmond $18,000,000 Sixth Street Festival Marketplace New construction of three city block retail mall. Client: Enterprise Development Company $1,200,000 Retail Store Renovation of existing retail showroom. Client: Montgomery Wards Company $1,000,000 Showroom Renovation of existing retail showroom. Client: Best Products Company, Inc. $1,500,000 Richmond Manufacturing Plant Renovation and new construction of existing production plant. Client: AT&T Corporation $1,700,000 Waste Water Treatment Plant New construction. Client: Philip Morris, USA $1,500,000 Clean room and air purification system, New construction Client: Philip Morris, USA Nuclear Power Training Courses Savannah River Site Aiken, South Carolina 2009-2010 Electrical Systems Safety Hazardous Energy Control Electrical Lockout Holder Function Hazard Recognition and Awareness Electrical Conductor Safety Hazard Analysis Asbestos Awareness Nuclear Work Planning and Control Incident Scene Coordinator Hazardous Analysis Delta Site Supervisor Compliance Savannah River Life Safety Storm Water Management Savannah River Construction Safety OSHA Construction Safety OSHA General Safety Radiological Training Safe Electrical Practices and Procedures Company Policies and Procedures Behavior Based Safety Hazardous Waste Safety Electrical Hazard Awareness Technical Training

Management Training Resource Conservation Recovery Act Planner for Hazardous Analysis First Aid and CPR Training

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