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  • 214-536-9755 Mobile 972-890-8272 Home Pete Day Objective A challenging position as a Construction Superintendent in a professional environment. Experience 5-30-07 to Present Archer Western Contractors Arlington, Texas Civil Superintendent 512-848-1744 Silas Fisher 504-202-5348 Jason Burkhart •Assist estimating department in crew productions •Review plans, schedule locates, meet on-site to ensure all franchise utilities are clear before start of construction •Schedule crews, equipment, and sub-contractors prior to start of project •Conferred with owners rep. to ensure that all work conforms to plans and specifications set forth for the project • Follow progress of projects from pre-construction to final, to ensure timely completion •Directed activities of workers concerned with construction of highways, pipelines, and other construction projects •Executed daily operations of all field operations •Studied specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times •Studied specifications to plan procedures for staffing requirements for each phase of construction, based on knowledge of available tools, equipment and various building methods •Ordered procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules •Trained and managed 150 employees and achieved significant improvements in their productivity 2-6-2006 to 5-30-2007 Texas United Excavators Carrolton, Texas General Superintendent 972-731-0300 Luis Uarite •Assist estimating department in crew productions •Review plans, schedule locates, meet on-site to ensure all franchise utilities are clear before start of construction •Schedule crews, equipment, and sub-contractors prior to start of project •Conferred with owners rep. to ensure that all work conforms to plans and specifications set forth for the project •Follow progress of projects from pre-construction to final, to ensure timely completion 8-12-2005 to 2-6-2006 C.W. Young Mansfield, Texas General Superintendent 817-477-1444 Chuck Young
  • •Directed activities of workers concerned with construction of highways, pipelines, and other construction projects •Executed daily operations of all field operations •Studied specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times •Studied specifications to plan procedures for staffing requirements for each phase of construction, based on knowledge of available tools, equipment and various building methods •Ordered procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules •Trained and managed 150 employees and achieved significant improvements in their productivity •Conferred with and directed supervisory personnel, and sub-contractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays •Trained all field managers in cost management •Conferred with supervisory personnel and labor representatives to resolve complaints and grievances within work force •Conferred with supervisory and engineering personnel, inspectors, and suppliers of tools and materials to resolve construction problems and improve construction methods •Supervised 150 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, and determined salaries •Prepared and received reports on progress, materials used and costs, and adjusted work schedules as indicated by reports •Directed workers concerned with major maintenance 8-01-2004 to 8-12-2005 Moss Construction Wylie, Texas General Superintendent Hal Moss 972-977-6600 •Directed activities of workers concerned with construction of highways, pipelines, and other construction projects •Executed daily operations of all field operations •Studied specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times •Studied specifications to plan procedures for staffing requirements for each phase of construction, based on knowledge of available tools, equipment and various building methods •Ordered procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules •Trained and managed 150 employees and achieved significant improvements in their productivity •Conferred with and directed supervisory personnel, and sub-contractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays •Trained all field managers in cost management •Conferred with supervisory personnel and labor representatives to resolve complaints and grievances within work force •Conferred with supervisory and engineering personnel, inspectors, and suppliers of tools and
  • materials to resolve construction problems and improve construction methods •Supervised 150 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, and determined salaries •Prepared and received reports on progress, materials used and costs, and adjusted work schedules as indicated by reports •Directed workers concerned with major maintenance 3-01-1999 to 8-01-2004 Site Concrete Grand Prairie, Texas Sr. Project Manager Jean Boney 972-313-3140 •Directed activities of workers concerned with construction of highways, pipelines, and other construction projects •Studied specifications to plan procedures for construction on basis of starting and completion times •Trained and managed 12 project managers, and achieved significant improvements in their productivity •Ordered procurement of tools and materials to be delivered at specified times to conform to work schedules •Conferred with and directed supervisory personnel, and sub-contractors engaged in planning and executing work procedures, interpreting specifications and coordinating various phases of construction to prevent delays •Conferred with supervisory and engineering personnel, inspectors, and suppliers of tools and materials to resolve construction problems and improve construction methods •Inspected work in progress to ensure that work conformed to specifications, and that construction schedules were followed •Supervised 12 project managers, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, and determined salaries •Prepared and received reports on progress, materials used and costs, adjusting work schedules as indicated by reports Education Sharpstown Sr. High Houston, Texas Graduated 1979 •O.S.H.A. 40 Hour Safety Training Dallas 1985 Updated as needed •O.S.H.A. Comp. Person Training Dallas 1985 Updated as needed •O.S.H.A. Confined space entry Dallas 1985 Updated as needed Projects 1. USACE Levee Construction, Deep soil stabilization (to 60 Ft.), Levee construction, 3,500,000 Managed CY, $480,200,000 New Orleans, LA. 2. Dart Lite Rail CMGC-3 Sec. HW-2, Utility and paving improvements, excavation and soil stabilization, and rail construction, $465,800,000 Dallas, Farmers Branch, Carrollton TX. 3. City of Arlington, Little Rd. Reconstruction, water, sewer, storm excavation and paving rehab projects $5,265,000 (Texas United) 4. City of Rockwall, Tubbs Rd. Extension, 16” & 12” waterline, 10” & 8” sewer and 12x6 & 11x4 precast box culvert $2,138,000 (Texas United) 5. City of Dallas, Cedar Plaza, water and sewer rehab $1,430,067 (Texas United)
  • 6. City of Irving, 2006 alley replacement II $264,196 (Texas United) 7. City of Irving, 2006 alley replacement $302,440 (Texas United) 8. Woodhaven Homes, Encino Hills Subdivision $1,986,000 (Texas United) 9. 4E Development, Segovillas Phase II & III $2,600,000 (Texas United) 10. City of Mesquite, Church Rd. Extension, 16” Ductal Iron waterline, 12” sewer and drainage system, 60” to 24” R.C.P. excavation & paving by Glen Thurman $6,206,199 (Texas United) 11. Wynn Jackson, various single family developments 150-300 lots $500,000 to 2,000,000 (C.W. Young) 12. Schouburg Development, various single family developments 150-300 lots $500,00 to $2,000,000 (C.W. Young) 13. N.T.M.W.D. Muddy Creek Sewer Interceptor 48” & 36” sewer line, with splitter boxes, flow diversion, and bypass pumping $2,057,895 (Moss Construction) 14. N.T.M.W.D. Frisco McKinney Pipeline 66” Poly Coated steel cylinder pipe $3,581,486 (Moss Construction) 15. N.T.M.W.D. Mesquite to Forney 14” Waterline Replacement, 54”, 42”, & 36” concrete coated steel cylinder pipe $8,686,639 (Moss Construction) 16. City of Frisco Westside Water Improvements 48” ductile iron waterline $2,043,527 (Moss Construction) 17. City of Ovilla Duncanville Rd. Waterline 30” concrete coated steel cylinder pipe, with paving improvements $1,479,041 (Moss Construction) 18. City of Arlington 16” waterline replacement, 16” P.V.C. Waterline $545,994 (Moss Construction) 19. City of Malissia, Northcreek Estates Offsite Water, 16” P.V.C. Waterline $1,127,925 (Moss Construction) 20. City of Irving, 2004 Water Replacement sec. 2, 18” 12” 8” 6” water rehab. $936,269 (Moss Construction) 21. C.N.C. Development, Craig Ranch Infrastructure, various size water, sewer, and storm sewer, for private development $3,581,486 (Moss Construction) 22. Wynne Jackson Inc. Moore Farms Phase 2, 3, 4, and 4b. Each phase 150 to 300 lot development, water, sewer, and storm sewer with services $1,062,155 (Moss Construction) 23. Dallas County, Miller Rd. Phase 2 reconstruction, water, sewer, and storm sewer, and paving $3,876,549 (Site Concrete) 24. Dallas County, Miller Rd. Phase 2 reconstruction, water, sewer, and storm sewer, and paving $1,953,729 (Site Concrete) 25. TxDOT, Hwy. 66 reconstruction, paving and drainage $12,456,096 (Site Concrete) 26. TxDOT, Hwy. Bus.287 reconstruction, water, sewer, storm sewer, and paving $15,725,211 (Site Concrete) 27. TxDOT, Hwy. 380 @ FM. 377 reconstruction, paving and drainage $22,596,175 (Site
  • Concrete) 28. City of Lewisville, Gardenridge Blvd. reconstruction, water, sewer, storm sewer, and paving $2,693,966 (Site Concrete) 29. City of Lewisville, Kealy Rd. reconstruction, water, sewer, storm sewer, and paving $4,656,012 (Site Concrete) 30. D.R. Horton, various subdivisions ranging from $150,000 to $5,000,000 (Site Concrete) 31. City of Irving, various water, sewer, storm sewer and paving reconstruction projects over the ten years with B.C.I. Utility ranging from $50,000 to $3,500,000 32. City of Plano, various water, sewer, storm sewer, and paving reconstruction projects over the ten years with B.C.I. Utility ranging from $150,000 to $5,000,000 33. City of Dallas, various paving and drainage projects over the ten years with B.C.I. Utility ranging from $1,500,000 to $10,000,000 34. City of Richardson, various water, sewer, paving, alley reconstruction ranging from $150,00 to $500,000 35.City of Lewisville, various water and sewer rehab projects over ten years with B.C.I. Utility ranging from $75,000 to $500,000 36.City of Arlington, various water and sewer replacements over the ten years with B.C.I. Utility ranging from $150,00 to $250,000 References Professional References 1)City of Irving Larry Frasnelli: 972-721-2779 2)City of Irving Roger Schellhorn: 972-742-2367 3)City of Arlington James Essenmucher: 817-323-8357 4)N.T.M.W.D. David Heartless: 972-442-5405 5)Dallas County John Mears: 214-435-3884 6)City of Lewisville Jerry Roberts: 972-219-3771 7)Schouburg Development Jed Dolson: 469-450-5585 8)Wynne Jackson Development Mark Edgren: 214-880-8600 9)Cornerstone Safety Joe Smith: 972-576-5554 10)City of Dallas Jim Ryan: 214-837-6100 11)Bruce Shear 214-502-6414 (Personal Reference) 12)Benny Davis 469-396-3718 (Personal Reference) 13)Jim Oldenkamp 469-951-9995 (Personal Reference)