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Construction Manager

San Antonio, TX

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Construction Manager


Oct 2006Current

Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) Hospital Addition, Central Energy Plant, Consolidated Parking Structure and BAMC Renovations: 750,000 SF ($830 Million).
Support for the Base Realignment and Closure 2005 (BRAC 2005) Joint Medical Facilities Office (JMFO), Fort Sam Houston, Texas (ongoing)
  • Evaluation of healthcare operations and initial outfitting with the on-site Resident Engineer, Project
Engineer, Construction Representatives for the Corps of Engineers, BAMC Facilities, and including the general construction contractor.
  • Review and analyze Major Repair and Renewal (MRR) project schedules to ensure that MRR
projects do not disrupt clinical adjacencies and do not disrupt healthcare operations or hinder
healthcare processes.
  • Detection, recognition, and resolution of any activities that might present an obstruction to the healthcare facility satisfactory progress of MILCON construction during the planning and execution
  • Provide technical support as investigating, analyzing, and evaluating of the design criteria to correct
problems and discrepancies
  • Review demolition plans, construction methods, utility outage plans, phasing plans, medical
transition and initial outfitting plans, and any other construction procedures that will have a direct or indirect impact on clinical adjacencies, healthcare processes medical staff, patients, visitors, or
healthcare operations
  • Assure delivery of Government Furnished Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment in accordance with established initial outfitting schedule requirements
  • Review design drawings and specifications for compliance with the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA) 101 Life Safety Code, the International Building Codes (IBC), the International
Plumbing Codes (IPC), the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 4-510-01 Design Medical Criteria, and the American Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design adherence to the healthcare
facility standards
  • Participate with multi-disciplinary design teams encompassing functional aspects of operations,
architectural, mechanical, electrical, life safety systems, fire protection systems, telecommunication
systems, and power/backup generator systems. Ensure compliance with specifications and safety
  • Provide on-site construction oversight and assurance. Keep supervisor informed about potentially
controversial findings, issues, or problems with widespread impact. Emphasize and enforce safety on the projects by ensuring that all projects have an approved Safety, Infectious Control Risk
Assessment (ICRA), and Interim Life and Safety Measure (ILSM) plan. Liaison with the Corps of
Engineers, the general construction contractor, BAMC Facilities, and the medical staff
representatives on a daily basis.
  • Review, compare, and approve shop drawings, material, and equipment submitted by the construction contractor. Verify submittals are in accordance with the intent of the design, contract
specifications, UFC 4-510-01 Design Medical Criteria and user requirements.
  • Knowledgeable of Federal, State and healthcare industry codes for the design and construction of healthcare facilities;
  • Participated resolving Joint Commission accreditation requirements for the Environment of Care
  • Review request for change/change orders from the medical staff and ensure requests are in accordance with scope of work as well as in compliance with specifications and safety standards
  • Healthcare operations experience and the knowledge of medical functional concepts of operations,
clinical adjacencies, and healthcare processes to support the most functional medical facility
  • Heavily involved in coordinating clinical adjacencies during Major Repair and Renewal (MRR)
projects at BAMC.
  • Coordinate equipment installation; contractor provided-contractor installed and government
provided-contractor installed equipment.
  • Participate throughout the whole process of initial outfitting and installing equipment; planning,
design, procurement, installation, testing, training, and turnover to user/customer. Work hands-on with equipment manufacture during planning, executing, and completion phases to ensure proper
  • Ensure drawings and contract specification meet utility and space requirements for equipment.
  • Have knowledge and understanding of Corps of Engineers procedures and military construction
(MILCON) authorization and appropriation processes
  • Resolve discrepancies and recommend solution on all equipment concerns.

Construction Manager

CH2MHILL, San Antonio, TX

Oct 2006Oct 2007

($10-30 Million)
  • Developed and maintained project schedules.
  • Insured healthcare facility and clinical adjacencies remained operational during Major Repair and
Renewal (MRR) project.
  • Performed Quality Control duties in compliance with the Corps of Engineers Construction Quality
Management Construction Management process.
  • Knowledgeable of Federal, State and healthcare industry codes for the design and construction of a healthcare facility;
  • Well versed in project management business processes
  • Heavily involved in coordinating clinical adjacencies during construction
  • Communicated with occupants regarding the impact of their healthcare processes and healthcare
operations with respect to the construction phasing.
  • Reviewed construction product submittals to ensure they were in compliance with UFC) 4-510-01 Design Medical Criteria.
  • Prepared construction scope change.
  • Coordinated the planning, engineering, and construction of the healthcare facility
  • Prepared construction estimates.

Project Controls Manager


Jun 2006Oct 2006

($400 Million)
  • Generated and maintained overall program schedule for a Capital Improvement Project (CIP).
  • Communicated and coordinated with city staff related to the design of the CIP.
  • Monitored construction progress, identified schedule slippage and problems, with corrective action.
  • Communicated with engineers on design changes and change orders.
  • Met on a regular basis with staff to get updates related to their individual projects, addressed
concerns and disseminated information as it was received from city personnel.

Director of Construction Services


Oct 2005Jun 2006

($1.3 Billion)
  • Assisted in the management of the school district's $1.3 billion school bond program which
consisted of 130 schools. Schools renovated were 110, with 20 new schools being constructed.
  • Supervised the construction management department.
  • Reviewed construction proposals.
  • Prepared independent estimates for contractor proposal validation.
  • Participated on final punch walks
  • Participated on substantial completion meetings.
  • Recommended acceptance/non-acceptance or of construction projects.
  • Reviewed new project designs constructability and functionality.
  • Reviewed project design/construction schedules for accurateness and completeness.
  • Generated construction/design update reports for upper management.

Construction Manager

Project Controls, Dallas, TX

Jul 1999Oct 2005

Superintendent, Construction Coordinator
(projects ranged from $4.4M to $20 Million)
  • Managed design build civil construction project Naval Air Station Dallas (NASD).
  • Provided construction updates to Government/ City personnel.
  • Generated construction/design update reports for upper management.
  • Monitored construction schedules on a daily basis.
  • Supervised all subcontractors.
  • Supervised site quality control personnel and safety officers.
  • Managed and monitored all civil and environmental design changes.
  • Coordinated subcontractor activities on various projects.
  • Managed several minority contractors.
  • Identified construction schedule slippage, problems, and coordinate corrective action.
  • Generated construction schedules utilizing Project Planner (P3).
  • Tracked change orders and reported weekly to project managers.
  • Reviewed schedules, and reviewed change orders for completeness.
  • Assisted engineers on MEP commissioning activities.
  • Prepared construction estimates.
  • Developed budgets for future projects.

Construction Supt., Business Manager, Assistant P. M., Project Controls


Jan 1991Jul 1999

San Antonio, TX)
Construction Supt., Business Manager, Assistant P. M., Project Controls
($21 Millon)
  • Supervised environmental work crews and coordinated daily field logistics.
  • Coordinated subcontractors' daily activities.
  • Coordinated purchase of materials and supply of equipment;
  • Developed budgets for future projects.
  • Managed costs and analyzed on-going progress.
  • Conducted daily safety and project meetings on construction activities.
  • Generated construction/design update reports for upper management.
  • Coordinated cost and schedule activities from project to program level.


Masters of Science in Engineering

University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX


Bachelor of Science in Building Construction

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX



Certified Project Manager, Certified Medical Gas Inspector, Certified in Construction Qualiity Management

Additional Information

A hands-on leader in Project Management with over twenty years of design and construction experience. Skilled in working with multi-disciplinary teams. Experienced in applying advanced engineering principles. Well versed in the life cycle of project management. Able to analyze and interpret codes, regulations, and criteria and apply them to the project in order to develop solutions for real world design and construction problems. Accomplished in planning, design, construction methodology, and environmental considerations as it impacts the general public. Capable and proficient in every task necessary to design, estimate, manage, build and commission small and large-scale projects.
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