Construction / Facilities / Projects Management

Last Updated: 24th November 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Union Grove, Alabama


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Age Range
45 to 54

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English, German, Spanish


I am versatile in many roles as Construction, Facilities and Project Management, I worked in these roles as a US Navy Seabee and retired after 21 years then I started working as a contractor in many places to include Africa, Afghanistan, Cuba, Spain, Guam and numerous others but I have always worked with Facilities and Construction in all facets.

I am currently working as the Project Engineering Advisor in Kabul Afghanistan Responsible for the advising the Kabul Air Wing ( KAW) Afghani officers on all aspects concerning facilities and construction work and management for all of their 65 building/ facilities as well as Aircraft hangers , Power Plants, Water and Waste Water treatment Plants, scheduling, subcontractor coordination, and overseeing compliance with QC/Safety Programs.


Career Academy
Project Management Professional (PMP)

   Apr 2013
— May 2014

I have been through all the schooling and have the certificates for each section but to through test for the final certification.

Ashford Universtiy
Organizational Management

   Dec 2009
— Nov 2012

Earned my Bachelors degree in Organizational Management ahead of schedule.

Penn Foster
Home and Building Inspector

   Mar 2002
— Aug 2002

I completed in 2/3 the scheduled time and have the certification.


Engility Corporation
Project Engineering Advisor

   Jun 2017
— Current

•As the Projects Engineering Advisor, my responsibilities include being the versatile subject matter expert and training support to assist the Combined Security Transition Command Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and NATO Special Operations Component Command-Afghanistan (NSOCC-A) through Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (SOTF-A) and Afghan National Army Special Operations Command-Special Operations Advisory Group (ANASOC-SOAG), in the execution of their mission. My mission is to train ANASOC units Staff and Leads to perform their duties and responsibilities independent of Coalition assistance. End goal is to ensure that the leadership and trades specialist are able to be self-sustaining.

Parsons Corporation
Project Manager

   May 2016
— May 2017

•Project Manager for the CENTCOM section in Doha Qatar, my position was to be responsible for 14 other Subject Mater Experts (SME's) that are the First Responders for all of CENTCOM, Doha Qatar’s 23 Facilities, which entails them preforming their daily duties of walk a round's examining facilities, making applicable repairs or submitting Work Orders for repairs to be made by the 379th CE.
•Over the course of 1 year, more than 1500 Work Orders and Repairs were made with a combined savings of $400K by having my team assess, make the repairs / replacements and follow on maintenance.
•I worked with the COTR, Military and my team of Parsons personnel here on site, ensuring good working relationship and cohesion to allow us to provide the services that we are contracted to provide.

Alt. Project Manager

   Aug 2015
— May 2016

Responsible as Alternate Project Manager for the construction and managing the contract with NAVFAC SE, schedule, subcontractor coordination, and overseeing compliance with QC/Safety Programs.

Faciliities Engineering Advisor

   Feb 2011
— Aug 2015

•Managed all aspects of work including meetings with clients, assessed work to be performed on projects that ranged in value from $500K- $39M.
Oversaw management of work to be accomplished, planned, scheduled, preformed task as defined, updated schedule percentages daily kept projects completion on or ahead of schedule.
•Responsible for construction and maintenance of all facilities and structures on Camp Scorpion, Kabul Afghanistan.
•Supervising and training the Afghani Partnering Unit (APU), mentoring select local military personnel / team on all aspects of Construction, O&M and Facilities Management, Drawings and Design of existing as well as future projects so that they can self-sustain.

DynCorp Int.
Certified Jr. Lead Estimator

   Feb 2010
— Feb 2011

•Team member of Projects Control in Kandahar Afghanistan, estimated various projects, from Water Well Pump Houses to Fire Stations, projects valued from $25K to $25M. Both Ductile Iron and HDPE type water lines were utilized and installed via trenching and jack & bore systems to install.
•Collaborated with Site Managers and their camps, prepared Project Planning Estimates (PPE) and worked with them from the final technical evaluation through project completion.
•Worked as an integral part of a team to complete requested tasks assigned by the US Military, through sub-contracted and self-performed planning strictly following FAR / DFAR Regulation.

Independent Contractor
General Contractor

   Nov 2008
— Feb 2010

•Contracted Residential & Commercial projects varying from concrete work, finish carpentry, building erection, both steel and stick frame.
•Cleared work sites with Heavy Equipment, clearing and grading for proper water drainage / reutilization.

PAE / Lockheed Martin
Certified Estimator / Scheduler and Planner

   Sep 2007
— Nov 2008

•Scheduler & Planner in Djibouti Africa, responsible for estimating all construction projects for entire base, both conceptually and from drawings.
•Wrote (SOW), prepared and submitted (BOM) for projects in value from $25K to $25M, through “Hard Bid and Cost Plus Bidding”.
•Continually assisted with all drawings, designs, and concepts, updated information weekly to meet the needs of the Military and base design changes.
•cBuilt and tracked schedules, updated completed percentages daily, worked with Construction Management to keep all projects on schedule until completed, strictly adhered to Defense Contract Management Authority (DCMA) & FAR/DFAR Regulations.

Kellogg Brown & Root
Certified Estimator / Scheduler & Planner

   Jul 2006
— Aug 2007

•Responsible for all construction projects ranging from $25K to $25M, utilizing Hard Bid and Cost Plus Bidding for Camp Lemonier, Djibouti Africa, worked in Projects Control Office.
•Estimated all projects from inception to finalization, from drawings and conceptually, wrote (SOW), prepared and submitted (BOM) built, implemented and continually updated all projects schedules and percentages daily, worked closely with the Construction Manager to keep all projects on schedule to completion.

Alutiiq Wackenhut Securities
Armed Security Officer

   Nov 2005
— Jul 2006

•Ensured proper security measures were followed at all entry points to Redstone Arsenal. Check identification badges and process visitors accordingly.
Knowledge of specialized operating requirements, methods, and procedures for safeguarding sensitive national defense materials or processes, enforcing specialized personnel access controls, protecting and preventing unauthorized access to areas containing classified research.
•Exercised and applied specialized operating requirements, methods and procedures to protect against sabotage /espionage and theft.

US State Department
Security Specialist

   Jan 1998
— Feb 2001

•Worked on US Embassies and Consulates in over (80) countries. Directly Supervised the Installation and Maintenance of Security Alarms, Access Controls, Camera Systems (CCTV), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Classified Safes and Locks, to include S&G/ XO7/ XO8 & Xo9 series Digital Locks. Installed Classified Paper Shredders and Disintegrators, and maintained them. DOD Certified as Locksmith and Safe Specialist.
•Conducted detailed security surveys to (60) Embassies and Consulates for future security up grades.
•Personally installed and repaired over 500 Forced Entry Ballistic Rated Doors and Windows in American Embassies and Consulates around the world, saving the US Government & Tax payers over $750K in contractor installation cost.

US Navy Seabee's
Construction & Facilities Management

   Feb 1984
— Sep 2005

•Managed and directed teams of up to 40 personnel on projects consisting of: concrete, block, wood and metal frame, and concrete tilt-up, horizontal and vertical construction in various locations around the world to provide contingency and commercial construction.
•QA/ QC, Represented Command for (6) major construction projects valued at over $4.5M in Puerto Rico, completed all projects ahead of schedule saving the Government and tax payers $250K in project costs.
•Managed multiple projects involving roadway construction of dirt and concrete with ditches and drainage systems (4) of these projects in the Northern Training Area of Okinawa Japan covering over 100 miles of dense forest. Constructed heavy timber bridges and driven piles for erosion control, piers and bridge abutments including dead-man anchoring systems.
Led and directed training and development of 130 personnel, Oversaw electronic record keeping for all evolutions, for classes, weapons training, and field exercises.
•Previous experience with pile driving operations for pier construction to include quay walls, coastal reclamation, concrete abutment’s with dead men and rock protection structures and general marine works constructed as dry works and with the marine environment.

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