1. Kim D. Scattarella, P.E. email@example.com res: (425) 226.2908 cell: (253) 326-6185 http://www.linkedin.com/pub/kim-d-scattarella/a/8a3/587 OBJECTIVE: Project Engineer/Project ManagerExperienced Civil engineer in land development, surface water and utilityengineering, contract administration, project and construction managementCORE COMPETENCIES:Adaptable, well- organized, resourceful and effective in public works project andcontract administration, budgets and data analysis. Strong analytical skills andknowledge base. Skilled in utilizing technical and troubleshooting skills andengineering judgment that delivers cost-effective solutions and excellentcustomer service. Licensed Professional Engineer (WA), license no. 34451, WaterDistribution Manager- 2 (WETRC) Certificate No. 9967.AREAS OF EXPERTISE :Utility and Civil Engineering* Organized and notified citizens about meetings regarding formation of Local ImprovementDistrict (LID) for City of Sumner to finance future water and sewer improvements.* Verified force account costs for City of Enumclaw CIP water pipeline, using WSDOT/APWASpecifications, Blue Book and prevailing wages, reducing payments by more than $12,000(about 15%).* Performed in-house design and project management for small works contracts in drainage,water quality facilities, water, sewer and gas line construction for Cities of Enumclaw andSumner reducing design and construction costs by up to 25%.* As Project Engineer, managed and designed road improvements, evaluated utility design,coordinated with Franchise utilities, assisted in right-of-way acquisition; focal point for publicmeetings and construction management of a $5 million construction contract; prepared contractdocuments and advertised Alaska Street Improvements, Tacoma, WA.Project Engineering and Management* Designed erosion control improvements for local development in City of Renton, reducingdamage by contractor and attendant liabilities in excess of 40%.* Designed and provided consultant and construction management and contract administrationfor Federally funded (FHWA) for City of Enumclaw Warner Ave.; led toroad, utility and landscaping improvements, completing project on-time and under budget.
2. * Planned in-house contract management and assisted on Grant applications. Managedseveral TIB roadway related projects and successfully audited three FHWA projects throughWSDOT on-time removing the need of consultant work by the City of Sumner.* Designed and managed construction of local street improvement project for City of Sumner,Kim D. Scattarella, P.E. firstname.lastname@example.org res: (425) 226.2908 cell: (253) 326-6185financed by Latecomer’s development fees, completing project under budget.* Managed design, construction, obtained permits and advertised Waterway Park Kayak Floatproject in Foss Waterway, completing the project within budget, five years after planning phase.* As Project Manager, managed consultants for a large multi-million dollar project for TacomaNarrows Airport during design and construction and successfully transferred ownership toPierce County in 2009. Facilitated negotiation of delay costs with contractor with constructionmanagement that reduced delays by $1.5 million from original estimate.Hydraulics and Surface Water Management* Revitalized federal floodplain study for Chehalis Indian Reservation, stimulating safe andeffective future land development.* Managed the selection of consultants for Enumclaw’s Inflow/Infiltration Reduction and SewerRehabilitation project.* Project engineer for Alaska Street project; City of Tacoma that utilized green streets and lowimpact development design features.EXPERIENCE:Professional Engineer/Project Manager, City of Tacoma, Department of Public Works, Engineering,Tacoma, WA; Sept. 2007- Apr. 2012* Planned, designed plans, administered consultant contracts and managed CapitalImprovement projects and budgets, including airport, waterway and large scale road projects.* Coordinated and reviewed utility design, landscape and erosion control plans, valueengineering, writing grants and request for qualifications and oversight inspections.* Obtained environmental permits, prepared plans, specifications and estimates. Reviewedand resolved change orders, wrote grant applications and provided technical assistance to staff.Associate City Engineer/Project Engineer, City of Sumner, Public Works Department, Sumner, WA;Sept. 2004- Sept. 2007* Project management, managed budgets, contract administration and conducted projectdelivery and Capital Improvement projects, including planning and design of road, water, sewer,utility and park projects.* Grant writing, preparation of bid documents for CIP projects, right-of-way acquisition,construction coordination with franchise utilities, construction management and oversightinspections and documentation.* Evaluated geotechnical reports and reviewed testing results, progress payments, changeorder and force account documentation.Senior Engineer – Plans Reviewer, City of Federal Way, Public Works Department, Federal Way, WA;May 2001 – Sept.2004
3. * Development plan review, including road, drainage improvements, TESC plans,illumination and channelization plans, traffic control plan review, construction coordination withlocal and franchise utilities, construction and project management for large scale developmentKim D. Scattarella, P.E. email@example.com res: (425) 226.2908 cell: (253) 326-6185projects.* Reviewed and evaluated of geotechnical reports and test results for private developmentprojects.Utility Engineer, City of Enumclaw, Public Works Department, Enumclaw, WA;Nov. 1998 – Feb. 2001* Performed design, project management, value and utility engineering for road, sidewalk,water, sewer, drainage improvement projects, development review, reviewed traffic controlplans, oversight inspection and contract administration.* Reviewed force account documentation, field reports and provided progress payments.Contract Engineer; City of Burien, Dept. of Public Works – Burien, WA; Jul. 1998- Oct. 1998Contract Plans Examiner, City of Woodinville, Building Department – Woodinville, WA;Jul. 1996 – Jul. 1998* Design review for road projects and construction management. Development review, reviewof plans and specifications for public works projects.* Inspected drainage facilities, construction coordination and construction oversight inspections.Responsible for ROW permits with franchise utilities, SEPA, land use review and pre-construction meetings.Hydraulic Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, Seattle, WA; 1992 – 1996* Prepared scopes of work, cost estimates and technical studies.* Regulated reservoirs during floods and coordinated operations with project personnel.Extensive use of HEC-1, -2, HEC-RAS and HEC-5 models.* Conducted floodplain determination studies and field surveys.* Performed hazardous waste remediation contract and project management. Completed 40hour Health and Safety Course for Hazardous Waste Sites.VOLUNTEER WORK: Teaching MS-Office applications at local King County librariesbeginning in July 2012.OTHER SKILLS: Experienced in MS-Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Project and Outlook),intermediate skills in AutoCAD - Civil 3D, MS-Access, SAP, complex hydrologic and hydraulicmodeling; HSPF, KCRTS, WWHM3, SBUH, HEC-1,HEC-2, HEC-RAS, EPANET.EDUCATION:M.S.E., Department of Civil Engineering, University of WashingtonB.S., Atmospheric Science, Oregon State UniversityORGANIZATIONS: American Public Works Association (APWA), Project ManagementInstitute (PMI), Toastmasters International (TMI)
4. Completed 35 hours classroom training of PMBOK for PMP certification in June 2012 and planto take exam in fall 2012. Completed SharePoint for Developers training in July 2012.