CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION RESUME Lloyd M. Schieldge 9324 Emmett Road, Glen Allen, VA 2306804. H: 804.270.4013 C: 804.335.5401 [email protected]
Please e-mail me for an electronic copy of my Career Portfolio COMMITTMENT: My objective is to be hired as Construction Administration Project Manager eithe r for an Architectural Firm, General Contractor, or as an Owner Representative, I will provide careful, effective, and responsive managements of Architectural Projects with strict adherence to schedule, budget, quality, and regulatory comm itments. I will work closely and effectively with all consultants, and gather th e appropriate information to facilitate effective decisions. EMPLOYMENT: 04/2009 a" Present, Capital Improvement Project Manager (Temp) CITY OF RICHMOND, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, Richmond, Virginia Financial responsibility for in-house and contract labor relating to the executi on of Capital Improvement and Maintenance Projects. Ensures that construction p rojects are executed timely and within all budgeted guidelines. . Provides dire ction, support and information that can assist Architects, Engineers and Constru ction Contractors to develop documentation for related projects. Oversees, mana ges and communicates details on project permits (as assigned) from conception th rough design, engineering and utility/municipality approval creating a smooth an d successful flow for projects from engineering to construction Administer major capital improvements projects for Richmond Public Schools. Examines plans and specifications to assure compliance with the building codes, structural safety a nd the State Department of Education's School Planning Manual. Reviews drawing s and specifications of the various trades to assure both appropriateness of det ail and that the products specified meet the required needs and performance stan dards. Performs field inspections and attends construction meetings during all p hases of construction, including mechanical and electrical installations. 10/2007 a" 10/2008, Construction Administration Project Manager BEERYRIO ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS, Springfield, Virginia Duties included all aspects of Construction Administration including, but not li mited to, Bid Analysis, Pre-Construction Meetings, development, and/or managemen t of ASIas, RFIas, RFPas, Scheduling, Project Analysis, Estimating, Constructio n Scheduling, Value Engineering, Change Orders, Pay Requests, Shop Drawing revie w and subsequent approval, code interpretation, construction document interpreta tion, and on-the-spot problem solving. * Proven ability to manage multiple detailed assisted living projects in the $6 a" 12 million dollar range, simultaneously, meeting timelines and project goals. * Excellent oral, written, and presentation communication skills. * strong computer skills using various software applications: Microsoft Office S uite (Word, Excel, Access, MS Project), Adobe Acrobat, Internet/E-Mail, Constru ctware and Primavera. * Proven ability to lead and collaborate with a variety of people to bring a pro ject to conclusion * Proven ability to work well independently and with others, both in the office, and in the field. 09/2006-10/2007, Project Manager LMS DESIGNS a" SELF EMPLOYED, Richmond, Virginia Duties included all aspects of an architectural project from project conception, pre-planning, through construction administration and project close-out. This w ork was a private venture developing a tract of land into a residential subdivis ion. * Maintained a close working relationship with local officials regarding zoning
requirements in a proven effort to maximize building square footage * Oversee design and construction of structures, roadways, parking, walks, and o pen areas. * Responsible for obtaining all necessary local approvals. 06/2006-09/2006, Project Manager COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEMS, Richmond, Vir ginia Duties included overseeing the design and construction of facilities owned by th e Commonwealth, from conception through construction administration and project close-out. This included obtaining all necessary project approvals from the Stat e of local Authority having jurisdiction. (Building Codes, Art and Architecture Review Board, etc.) * Develop initial cost estimates for use in obtaining necessary General Assembly Appropriations and or Department of Planning and Budget funding. * Act as liaison between facility Owner, User, Architect/Engineer, and General C ontractor * Represent the Department in interactions with all inter and intra, State Agenc y(ies) * Developing, maintaining, and reporting on Construction Schedules * Maintaining and initiating Contractual Agreements for Open End Contracts betwe en A&Eas and the Commonwealth * 01/2006-6/2006, Project Manager COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES, Richmond, Vir ginia Duties included overseeing the design and construction of facilities owned by th e Commonwealth, from conception through construction administration and project close-out. This included obtaining all necessary project approvals from the Stat e of local Authority having jurisdiction. (Building Codes, Art and Architecture Review Board, etc.) 01/1996-11/2005, Project Manager COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE, Richmond, Virginia Duties included overseeing the design and construction of facilities owned by th e Commonwealth, from conception through construction administration and project close-out. This included obtaining all necessary project approvals from the Stat e of local Authority having jurisdiction. (Building Codes, Art and Architecture Review Board, etc.) I was also charged with developing and overseeing the Departmentas Community Blo ck Grant Construction Review Program, wherein Localities could be reimbursed for certain Capital Construction projects as related to the Departmentas mission, a nd approved by the Virginia General Assembly. Other responsibilities while in this position included, but were not limited to, Obtaining and maintaining Utility Easements, Land Acquisitions, Physical Plant Y2K Compliance, Communication Towers, Land Facility Leases. * Develop initial cost estimates for use in obtaining necessary General Assembly Appropriations and or Department of Planning and Budget funding. * Act as liaison between facility Owner, User, Architect/Engineer, and General C ontractor * Represent the Department in interactions with all inter and intra, State Agenc y(ies) * Developing, maintaining, and reporting on Construction Schedules * Maintaining and initiating Contractual Agreements for Open End Contracts betwe en A&Eas and the Commonwealth and General Contractors and the Commonwealth. 02/1993-01/1996, Architectural Technician COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Richmond, Virginia Duties included the preparation of construction documents for buildings and stru ctures owned by the Commonwealth, and reviewing/approving construction documents prepared by outside consultants for the same purpose to ensure compliance with State Regulatory Authorities regarding construction codes and procurement policy .
02/1985-12/1992, Building & Site Designer VARIOUS PRIVATE SECTOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING FIRMS *Lawrence Associates Architects, Manchester, Connecticut *Russell and Dawson Architects and Engineers, East Hartford, Connecticut *Dan Wright Architect and Associates, Vernon, Connecticut *Russell, Gibson, and Von Dolan, Architects and Engineers, Farmington, Connectic ut *Associated Architects, Farmington, Connecticut Each position reported directly to a Registered Architect and/or Licensed Profes sional Engineer, and performed design, drafting, construction administration, p roject pre-planning, code compliance evaluations, site planning, State and Local approvals, and other duties as would be expected. Summer 1983, Summer Drafting Intern CITY OF HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Summer 1984, Summer Drafting Intern TOWN OF MANCHESTER, CONNECTICUT, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS EDUCATION: HARTFORD STATE TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Hartford, CT, A.S. Degree, Architecture, compl eted 1982 ROGER WILLIAMS COLLEGE, Bristol, RI, 1983 Design Scholarship, Architecture, comp leted 1984 RELOCATION: Yes TRAVEL: Yes, any amount. _________________________________end____________________________________________ ____ What I do as an Architectural Construction Administration a" Project Manager: As the Architectural Construction Administration Project Manger, I would typical ly represent the Architectural Firm or the Owner directly. The Architectural Designer designs a concept to suit the Owneras needs and prepa res Schematic Drawings to fit a particular construction site. The Design Archite ct and possibly the Site (Civil) Engineer would then take the necessary steps to get the conceptual project approved by the local Planning and Zoning Commission . This is all in the pre-design stage. Once the necessary local approvals are obtained, the Architectural Designer refi nes the design in conjunction with the Owner(s) needs and then works with the Architectural Production Staff (Draftspersons) to develop a set of Bidding Docum ents/Drawings. During the assembly of the Bidding Documents/Drawings, the Production Staff make various submission to applicable State & Local Building Code Officials as well as other various reviewing authorities. Once all of the necessary approvals are obtained, the Production Staff or the Owner, advertises the project for bid usin g the completed set of Bidding Documents/Drawings (Plans and Specifications). The bid process generally results in Requests for Information (RFIas) from those bidding the project (General Contractors, Subcontractors and/or Vendors). The quantity of RFIas depends upon the quality of the Bidding Documents and/or the s ize of the project. The Production Staff (including all disciplines a" Mechanical, Electrical, Plumb ing, Site and Structural), Architectural Designer, and Owner typically respond t o the RFIas and keep a record of all clarifications and revisions. At the completion of the Bidding process, a qualified apparent & responsive low bidder is identified, negotiations between said bidder take place and a Construc tion Contract is ultimately awarded based on the Bidding Documents/Drawings. Usually it is at this point that the Architectural Construction Administration P roject Manager becomes involved with the project and works with the Production S taff (including applicable disciplines), the Owner, and the General Contractor t o transform the Bidding Documents/Drawings into a working set of documents calle d the Construction Set. The Owner/Contractor Contract is adjusted as required. At this point the Architectural Construction Administration Project Manager is t
he official liaison between the Owner, General Contractor and the various discip lines. It becomes my responsibility to make final interpretations regarding the Construction Documents and respond accordingly. As liaison my responsibilities i nclude, but are not limited to: a Request for Proposals (RFPas) and Proposals. a Request for Information (RFIas) and responses a Requests for Change Orders (RFCOas) and subsequent review and approval of same . a Change Orders (COas) and subsequent review and approval of same. a Pay Requests a Architectural Supplemental Instructions (ASIas) and/or Project Orders a Respond to questions or concerns of the local (Building Code) authorities havi ng jurisdiction regarding the design and construction. In essence, as the Architectural Construction Administration Project Manger meld s the work of the Architectural Designer, Production Staff (including applicable disciplines), the Owner, the project lender (bank), State, Local, and if requir ed, Federal, authorities (Building and other various applicable Codes, licensure s, and Bureauas) to produce a final project re