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Employment Objective: Seeking a position in the construction industry as cost e stimator, life cycle contract administrator, or project manager

Security Clearance: TS/SCI Level Clearance (Active until June 2012) Summary of Experience: Over 25 years in the construction industry, with progressively increased respons ibility in areas such as: o Project cost and scheduling consultant o Owners Representative o General Contractor o Subcontractor, including field work in the electrical trade as an apprentice - successfully estimated projects ranging from $50,000 to $800 million + - experienced in creating estimates in several formats, including: o bill of material o CSI 16 - and 49 - division breakdown o elementally, according to the Uniformat II breakdown - successfully performed numerous comparative cost analysis and life cycle cost comparisons - experienced in coordinating with architects, engineers, owners, end- users, contractors and sub-contractors - successfully generated estimates from paper napkin sketches, design and progra m requirement narratives, to full construction documents - proficient in the use of all Windows based programs Employment History (most recent positions) Senior Estimator, SDSE, LLC (SEC Contract), Aug 2010 Present > Responsible for all cost estimates and Independent Government Estimates (IGEs) for all major and minor construction, renovation and maintenance projects for t he US Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Washington, DC headquart ers, and all regional offices. Work includes all phases of estimation, from spa ce studies to final construction and change orders. Work necessitates understand ing current labor market conditions in all SEC locations, and incorporating this information into the cost estimates. Also includes special projects such as internal move costs, upgrades of systems, analysis of personnel productivity during inter-office transit, and other proje cts as required. Life Cycle Cost Estimator, General Dynamics Information Technology, Dec 2008 J une 2010 > Responsible for creation of a Life Cycle Cost Estimate for an $800 million Fed eral information systems project, involving creation of a new Technology Center and connection of three networks to over 8,500 end users on the campus. Project is part of BRAC and involves coordination of 11 different campuses into a centr al headquarters for the Agency. Work includes creation of Trade Studies, pricin g for Engineering Change Proposals, and coordination of funding across multiple government fiscal years and different funding sources, tracking of actual dollar s committed and spent, and maintaining logs of materials by vendor, fiscal year and color of money. Senior Estimator, Project Cost, Inc. , July 2006 November 2008 > Responsibilities included all phases of estimating projects from purely concep tual (narrative only) to full bid set documents for a wide variety of clients, i

ncluding Federal and local government agencies, school districts, and private de velopers. The work included providing services at several levels of submission for each project up to and including bid package. Projects ranged from local ar ea schools and offices to universities throughout the United States, and Governm ent facilities in the US and overseas. Much of the work required special measur es and clearances. Values of projects ranged from less than $500,000 to well ov er $100 million. > Implemented the new 2004 CSI 49-Division format within the company, and prepar ed estimates using this as well as the previously standard CSI 16-Division forma t. Depending on client needs, I also prepared estimates using the Uniformat II Elemental breakdown, particularly in the early development stages of a project, which taught me an entirely new way of viewing the projects and presentations to owners and architects. Senior Estimator, StructureTone, Inc., January 2002 July 2006 > Responsibilities included estimating and bidding new projects of all types, fr om small tenant spaces to new base building projects. This included competitive bids, conceptual estimating for clients, preparing budgets and other pre-constr uction services, value engineering, design assistance, and constructability revi ews working in conjunction with architects, engineers and clients. Projects ran ged in size from $50,000 to over $100 million, and included private sector, nonprofit, and public sector work for the Federal Government and various other nongovernmental public agencies (MWAA, WMATA, etc.). > Responsible for: project cost control, scheduling, contract and change order pricing and negotiations, purchasing, and billing verification. EDUCATION NECA, Los Angeles, CA Estimating George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Electrical Engineering