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  1. 1. Edd Polaski<br />Employment History and Construction projects review<br />
  2. 2. Dear Reader<br />I believe that I have a proven record of accomplishments including organizational and management skills along with attention<br />to detail, from the ten plus years that I have been in this field. I am confident that I bring the strengths necessary to complete<br />my assignments readily and effortlessly. <br /> My eagerness comes from my desire to learn about the trade. Over the years I have accepted different positions in order to <br />broaden my background while learning, growing, and trying to understand all aspects of construction management, as I worked <br />my way through college .<br /> While employed, some of the responsibilities that I have come to understand were successfully managing multiple simultaneous <br />projects while consistently meeting the strict deadlines and budgets . During the course of my career, I have also:<br /><ul><li>Successfully managed, directed, and provided technical guidance for construction crews, consisting of both union</li></ul> and non-union employees<br /><ul><li>Supervised the tactical planning and implementation of various construction projects ranging from $10,000 to $2 Million
  3. 3. Administered, maintained and developed construction documents for their successful completion
  4. 4. Preserved a line of open communication between the client, vendor, and sub-contractors for the life of a project
  5. 5. Prepared, reviewed, and coordinated schematic, preliminary and working drawings for projects
  6. 6. Sustained an efficient work habit capable of managing multiple projects, working autonomously and providing leadership where needed
  7. 7. Provide detailed phase schedules, programming and code reviews of projects
  8. 8. Cultivated effective time management skills, maintained the ability of swift analysis, reacted to complex issues, refined problem-solving skills, and to confidently and decisively take action when needed
  9. 9. Developed cost analysis of projects for internal and external work forces based on architectural drawings and programs</li></ul>Thank you in advance for taking the time to review my work.<br />Edd Polaski<br /> <br />
  10. 10. Resume<br />
  11. 11. Industry Honors and Awards<br />Customer Service Award – Bank of America<br />New England Team Building Award – CBRE<br />ATM Service Installation Award – CBRE<br />Treasure Hunt development Award – CBRE (leadership & team building)<br />
  12. 12. Scholastic Honors<br />Golden Key Honor Society – 2009<br /> (awarded to top 15% of graduate students at East Carolina Univ. )<br />Sigma Lambda Chi – 2010<br /> (International Construction Honor Society)<br />Phi Kappa Phi – 2010<br /> (awarded to top 10 % of graduate students at East Carolina Univ. )<br />Current gpa 4.0<br />
  13. 13. Massachusetts Financial ServicesMFS<br />Duties<br />Design, organize, implement and maintain relocation of main office & home office personnel in Boston and surrounding towns<br />Maintain as-built drawings to reflect occupancy and current furniture layout<br />Develop and maintain extensive database for management of assets including but not limited to artwork, furniture, telecommunication equipment<br />Develop and test personnel databases for operator services including physical location, name, telephone numbers and other telecommunication information<br />Direct liaison for office reconfiguration with local contractors<br />Also supported the IT department and served as a technical consultant for email server operation<br />
  14. 14. Project Manager as consultant to larger corporations, Tufts Health Plan and John Hancock, Fleet Bank, Sovereign Bank including lock-box relocation<br />Corporate moves and relocations<br />Oversee departmental corporate projects in telecommunication & construction<br />Managed downsizing of corporate headquarters for health and business centers<br />Manage client expectations & issues<br />Diversified Project Management<br />
  15. 15. Verrillon Inc(formerly Intelcore)<br />Duties<br />Organize and implement relocation of office & research personnel from Boston to Grafton, Ma<br />Design space plan for office layout<br />Negotiation and execution of furniture space plan, furniture selection/installation, clean room cleaning & maintenance, database design/management, signage design/installation, and negotiated H.V.A.C. maintenance contracts.<br />Assist Senior Project Manager with construction of Single Mode Fiber Optic manufacturing plant in Grafton, Ma.<br />Develop voice/data network for new and existing locations<br />Present study of signage for corporate review, Provide documentation for bid review<br />Designed and selected vendors to manage the installation of the VoIP data/communications network for this 65,000-square foot specialty fiber optic production facility. Oversaw the installation process from incubation to completion with vendors and the IT department. <br />Also supported the IT department and served as a liaison to remote offices. <br />
  16. 16. The May Company Dba Filene’s<br />Eastern New England Department Store Chain of 67 stores now closed<br />Designed, managed and provided turn key operation for all internal personnel movement<br />Project Manager in Construction Department<br />Manage high profile interior specialty retail projects<br />Completed over 200 fast paced projects<br />Created and maintained departmental database to monitor contracts, change/purchase orders and all financial accounting for department<br />Manage client expectations & issues<br />
  17. 17. CB Richard Ellis<br />TCC (Trammel Crow Company) merged into CB Richard Ellis (Project & Property Management Corporation)<br />Project Manager for ATM and Minor Renovation team<br />Manage multiple concurrent high profile installations across the United States for the Bank of America account<br />High degree of continental travel, 140 separate flights in one year<br />Interact with multiple bank managers and office personnel through-out an extensive corporate environment<br />Proficient in multitasking, managing multiple separate regional projects, controlling costs, meeting minutes, RFI’s, contract negotiation, scheduling of contractors, architects and various subcontractors<br />Projects include office expansions, bank renovations, and new ATM installations<br />Manage client expectations & issues<br />
  18. 18. 2008 Project Territory<br />My projects for 2008<br />
  19. 19. Treasure Hunt<br />Developed an interactive means for all corporate employees to learn about the company through a treasure hunt website. This website featured various questions about the organization which employees were asked to discover information<br />With help of the corporate HQ in Charlotte, N.C. development, management and monitoring this hunt as the sole manager<br />
  20. 20. Projects<br />Manhattan, Bronx, Florida & North Carolina ATM installations<br />Manage security, all financial documentation and interaction of site development with Bank of America corporate managers & weekly meetings<br />Manage installation with weekly onsite visits<br />Manage client expectations & issues<br />
  21. 21. Minor Renovations duties<br />Renovate existing Bank of America branches while bank was operational<br />Construction must refrain from interfering with customers<br />Existing conditions with furniture must remain while under construction<br />Replace carpeting, seating, remove wall covering, repair walls and repaint, installation of flat panel monitors and telecommunication equipment and teller windows with bullet proof technology<br />
  22. 22. ATM & Renovation Locations <br />Arizona<br />Connecticut<br />Delaware<br />Florida<br />Maine<br />Massachusetts<br />New York City<br />North Carolina<br />Pennsylvania<br />South Carolina<br />Tennessee<br />Texas<br />Virginia<br />Washington DC<br />Project territory for 2006-2008<br />
  23. 23. Archer Corporation<br />Architectural Millwork Installation Company<br />Management of staff union carpenters<br />Multiple projects ranging from $5K to $1M<br />Maintain financial documentation, communication with client and staff, maintain leadership skills while mentoring staff, helps team execute career development plans and reviews the status reports of team members and addresses issues as appropriate.<br />Manage issues and client expectations<br />
  24. 24. Project Assignments<br />$750 million biologics manufacturing facility for Bristol Myers Squibb. Phase I of the project includes four main buildings: a BioPharma manufacturing facility, a central utility building, an administrative/quality research laboratory and a warehouse/storage structure.<br />Project consists of installation of Stainless Steel cabinetry, epoxy countertops as well as enamel coated laboratory cabinets and fume hoods into a laboratory environment.<br />Managed a constant crew of 15 carpenters, time sheets, union payroll, client communication, invoicing and billing, plan reading, estimating and schedule forecasting.<br />
  25. 25. Hospital Millwork Install<br />Ten month, multi-level, 14 carpenter installation of hospital millwork.<br />Stainless Steel cabinetry, corian window sills, curved hand and bumper rail, plastic laminate cabinets and countertops, wooden elevator panels, portals and wood entries, MRI cabinetry, linear accelerator room cabinetry<br />Wooden Portals, Paneling and Laboratory Rooms, Reception Areas and Handrail<br />Manage issues and client expectations<br />
  26. 26. College Research Laboratory<br />$1M Laboratory installation of wood cabinets, epoxy countertops, stainless steel clean rooms, fume hoods, eye wash stations<br />12 full time carpenters, 3 months installation, phased construction<br />Floor Mounted & Suspended Strut<br />
  27. 27. Newsletter<br />Created & designed company newsletter<br />
  28. 28. References<br />References and letters available upon request<br />Please send an email for a complete list of projects<br />Thank you in advance for taking the time to review my work<br />Edd Polaski<br />eddpolaski@verizon.net<br />(781) 925-9945<br />

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