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Voorhees, NJ

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Summary

Mr. Baratou, a Senior project Manager, has over 19 years of experience in geotechnical engineering involving field observations of test borings and test pits, soil and rock sampling, soil classification, preparing geological cross- sections, geotechnical analyses, and construction inspection including QA/QC, sub-structures and super-structures on projects comprised of concrete, masonry, steel frame, soil, and asphalt. 
 
Mr. Baratou, as a Resident Field Engineer, is responsible for the review of shop drawings and implementation of specifications. He has been instrumental as the Residential Engineer for the Home Depot soil testing and construction in the newly established 600,000 SF Home Depot Distribution Center in Westfield MA and 150,000 SF Home Depot (under construction), in Trumbull, CT. 
 
Mr. Baratou was the project manager for the twelve stories Rutgers Housing Camden, New Jersey. 
His responsibilities start with preparing job proposal, review job drawing and specification, site visits during construction, review daily reports, scheduling the required test for soil-steel and fireproofing and client monthly billing. 
Mr. Baratou is the project manager for Lennar projects in Burlington, Morris plain, Rockaway and East Hanover. 
His responsibilities is reviewing wood framing drawing for the projects for roof framing , wood framing , type of insulation and review field reports. 
Mr. Baratou is working with Lennar's project managers to schedule field visits including mechanical and electrical inspections. 
 
Mr. Baratou helps and train young engineers working under him in inspection group.

Work Experience

Dean Street Building

Burlington County Community College New Academic Building & Energy Control Buildings, New York, NY

New York County, NY - Project Manager who is reviewing the drawings and overseeing all construction phases. The phases started with site work, utility installation, footing insulation, structure steel for a five story building, Inspection of a pre-slab floor, and the connections between the slab and structural steel.
  • Burlington County Community College New Academic Building & Energy Control Buildings, Burlington, Burlington County, NJ - Resident Engineer for the geotechnical investigation for a new academic building and an energy control building at the Mount Laurel campus. The academic building is a three-story structure. The energy control building is a one-story structure. The services provided include subsurface evaluation, geotechnical analysis, and laboratory testing, as well as the preparation of a geotechnical recommendation report. Provided complete quality control during the construction of the structure. This included earthwork, concrete, structural steel, masonry, and pavement.

NJ -Project Manager

Warehouse and Office Development,

for a 150,000 SF warehouse and office. The scope included performing a concept and final geotechnical investigation. A final drilling program was performed to further define subsurface conditions, which included identifying the depth to good foundation support. The final geotechnical report included recommendations for economical foundation support, lateral earth pressures, requirements for dewatering, and seismic design criteria. Also assisted the client with cost estimates for construction. Was on-site during construction to provide geotechnical, reinforcing, concrete, structural steel, and masonry monitoring.

NJ -Project Manager

Harbor View Plaza, Tuckerton, Ocean County,

who provided construction observation and material testing services to include soil compaction testing. Also provided was full service observation and material testing.

NJ- Project Manager

Home Depot,

who provided construction observation and testing services for the proposed Home Depot.

NY- Project Manager

Home Depot,

who provided construction observation and testing services for the proposed Home Depot.

MA- Project Manager

Home Depot,

who is overseeing construction observation and testing services for the proposed Home Depot. Construction quality control services performed included utility installation, earthwork monitoring, monitoring of foundation and pavement installation, CMU, structural steel, paint, and laboratory testing.

Project Manager

Home Depot,

who conducted subsurface investigation in the proposed parking and roadway area in front of the proposed Home Depot building.

CT - Project Manager

Home Depot, East Haven, CT

for the construction of a new 140,000 SF Home Depot in East Haven CT. Provided on site engineering during construction. Responsibilities included building Pad preparation, underground utility instillation, foundation, structural steel, analysis for the new slab on grade, and issue monthly reports.

Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ- Technical Manager

Home Depot Retail Center,

for the construction of a steel-framed three-story structure; encompassing approximately 89,908 SF in plan area, with an incorporated 900 SF vestibule and 3,250 SF exterior stairs, elevator, and ramp areas. The first floor level will be a retail space whereas the upper two levels will be utilized as parking decks providing a total of 388 parking spaces. The proposed construction will utilize exterior masonry and/or pre-cast concrete walls, pre-cast parking deck, and slabs on-grade. For this type of structure, the maximum combined column dead and live loads are expected to be on the order of 1,200 kips. The anticipated ground floor loads are to be 650 pounds per square foot (psf). The Finished Floor Elevation (FFE) was not established at the time of this writing; however, it is expected to be similar to that of the existing surrounding roadways.

NJ - Resident Engineer who provided construction observation and material testing services

Lower Cape May Regional High School Addition,

Cape May, Cape May County, NJ - Resident Engineer who provided construction observation and material testing services for the auditorium, gymnasium, maintenance and classroom addition during earthwork and foundation installation. Responsibilities included concrete testing and sampling.

Geotechnical Manager

Morristown Beard, Convent Station, Morris County, NJ,

for the new addition to the school. Scope of service is to provide recommendation during site preparation, control cost of importing material, and during the construction phase to inspect footing sub grade, footing size and reinforcement, sampling according to ACJ recommendation during footing and slab concrete pour. As per NJ construction code on site engineer was to provide and inspect reinforcement of masonry and sapling grout and mortar for compression test. Bolted and welded connections are part of quality control scope.

NJ - Project Manager

Matt Elementary School,

for the construction of a new elementary school. Responsibilities included: inspection of earthwork; concrete; structural steel; masonry; roofing and utility installation; and pavement placement. Also provided construction observation and testing services at the site.

Geotechnical Task Manager

Port Reading Business Park, Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, NJ,

who oversaw a preliminary geotechnical investigation and provided geotechnical recommendations for alternative economical foundation system and economical site development recommendations.

NJ - Project Manager who inspected earthwork

Robert Wood Johnson Memorial Hospital Lake Front Towner Project,

concrete, structural steel, utility installation, and pavement placement at the new cancer center at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital.

NJ - Project Manager

Target Store, South Plainfield, Middlesex County,

for the construction observation and material testing services for the proposed Target Store.

NY- Project Manager

Target Store, Monroe, Orange County,

for the construction observation and material testing for the proposed Target Store.

Project Manager

Target Store, Hackensack, Bergen County,

who provided construction observation and material testing services for the proposed Target Store.

Project Manager

Target Store, Jersey City, Hudson County,

who provided construction observation and material testing services for the proposed Target Store.

Resident Engineer

Walter Hill Elementary School Addition, Swedesboro, Gloucester County, NJ,

for the construction of a two-story school. The work included inspection of earthwork, concrete, structural steel, masonry, utility installation, pavement placement, and construction oversight.

Field Manager

Barbara Place Terrace, Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ,

who performed geotechnical services that included foundation investigation, design engineering, and providing recommendations for construction. Engineers were on site daily to control soils placement, surcharging, foundation inspection, and construction quality control. The low-income single-family townhouses were constructed on marginal foundation soils. The building areas were surcharged and surface fill soils were excavated, the subgrade was proof rolled and the fill replaced and compacted.

NJ- Geotechnical Task Manager

Elizabeth Seaport Business Park, Elizabeth, Union County,

for four (4) large warehouse/office space buildings that are being constructed on 30 acres of Brownfield property. The foundation conditions include soft meadow mat and organic clays up to 20 feet thick in areas. The site has been surcharged with as much as 10 feet of soil to control settlement. Almost 0.5 million cubic yards of soils has been imported and compacted to provide suitable foundation support. Services included foundation investigation, design engineering, and providing recommendations for construction. We are on site on a daily basis to control soils placement, surcharging, and in the future foundation inspection and construction quality control.

NJ -Geotechnical Engineer

Woodward Homes,

for the geotechnical services that included foundation investigation, design engineering, and providing recommendation for construction for low income single family townhouses that were constructed on marginal foundation soils. The building areas were surcharged and surface fill soils were excavated, the subgrade was proof rolled and the fill replaced and compacted.

Field Inspector

Caesars' Hoteland Casino,

during the construction of this 200 million dollar addition. Work responsibilities included inspection of earthwork, concrete work and structural steel installation.

Philadelphia County, NJ- Resident Engineer

Penn's Landing, Philadelphia, PA

who conducted a geotechnical investigation and study for this major entertainment center which would include a mall, movie theater, museum, and a multi-story parking garage on a 10.0 acre site in the heart of the Philadelphia Waterfront District. The geotechnical investigation included an extensive test-boring program and dynamic cone penetrometers testing designed to evaluate the subsurface conditions. An extensive laboratory-testing program was implemented to evaluate and study the property of the soil encountered. The geotechnical investigation and seismic analysis and study were performed to evaluate potential of seismic events on this facility. The proposed site is considered marginal from a geotechnical standpoint; the investigation revealed that it is a reclaimed site with 10 to 15 feet of fill overlying 50 feet of soft organic silt. Trenton sand and gravel underlies the organic layer and extend to the bedrock. To complicate the problem of the poor soil conditions, the site is protected by a relieving platform in the East and a cellular cofferdam in the North. These structures were subjected to underwater inspection along with rehabilitation recommendations. Geotechnical consideration included foundation support and site development to minimize future site subsidence as well as lateral earth pressures, sheeting design, and permanent drainage recommendations relative to the building and utility tunnel. Column loads for the structure were substantial, varying from 500 to 1,500 tons. Several foundation alternatives were considered for support of the structures. Driven piles were considered to be most economical. Reinforced earth was recommended for the viaduct ramps.

Education

B.S. in Civil Engineering

Alexandria University,

1989

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