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Heyer Professional Profile

  1. 1. Project Management Professional Paul S. Heyer
  2. 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Project Manager Owner's Representative Construction Manager - Delivering projects ahead of schedule and under budget - Exceeding customer and stakeholder expectations - A proactive negotiator, contract administrator, field coordinator
  3. 3. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE <ul><li>Fifteen plus years of Project Management field reporting, supervising, construction administration, scheduling and planning as an Owner’s Rep, Project and Facilities Manager. </li></ul><ul><li>Skilled at coordinating trades, developing and building rapport between project sponsors, design teams and numerous stakeholders while maintaining cost and schedule. </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced education includes an MBA with a PMP certification. </li></ul>Results oriented, hands-on, construction professional with over twenty years of experience in all facets of the industry.
  4. 4. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS Heyer Properties & Insurance, Antioch, IL October 2007 to Present <ul><li>Marketed Real Estate Education products and services including residential real estate foreclosures helping homeowners negotiate short-sale settlements with lenders and agents short-sales and investments. </li></ul><ul><li>Marketed Health and Life Insurance products producing individual health plans to small businesses and families. </li></ul><ul><li>Small Business Consultant doing analyses in order to identify problem issues to help gain efficiencies and profitability. </li></ul>Owner/Project Manager/Agent - Lead multiple project management and sales initiatives providing services to individuals and small business.
  5. 5. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS Red Seal Development, Northbrook, IL January to October 2007 <ul><li>Created budget, scopes and analyzed bids on a $35MM, 135 unit- 3 building, Chicago condominium complex. </li></ul><ul><li>Conducted value engineering analysis to identify savings of $700,000 on the $5.6MM, 39,000 SF Forrestal Village Community Center project. </li></ul><ul><li>Initiated value-design changes on the $1.6MM, 8000SF Fort Sheridan Community Center project saving owner $200,000. </li></ul><ul><li>Reduced project bid costs by 33% on the Glenview Navy community center addition and remodeling project. </li></ul>Project Manager - Leading multiple project management initiatives, including institutional/commercial and residential construction.
  6. 6. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS Capital Projects Department Village of Glenview, IL 2002 - 2007 The Glen Redevelopment Project, built on 1,150 acres formerly known as the Glenview Naval Air Station, and developed by the Village of Glenview, Illinois, representing approximately $1.1 billion in public and private expenditures.
  7. 7. Special Projects Manager, Owner’s Rep, Field Inspector application approval, and submittals. Interfaced with architects, engineers, and consultants, contractors and subs regarding RFP’s, design-construction drawings and specifications, RFQ’s, contract bidding-negotiations- compliance, RFI’s, change orders, code requirements, permitting, and value engineering issues on many sub-projects including the …. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS Led departmental project management initiatives with responsibilities for creating budgets, monitoring project progress & reporting, pay
  8. 8. <ul><li>The Glen Town Center, a retail and mixed-use district redevelopment project on 45.6 acres in a public-private partnership with the Village of Glenview and various developers, with 470,000 SF Retail and 700,000 SF Entertainment space; anchor stores: Von Maur 160,000 SF, Dick’s Sporting Goods 80,000 SF, 10-Screen Crown Theatre, large restaurants: Bravo Cucina, Mitchell's Fish Market, Red Star Tavern, Yard House, Ted’s Montana Grill, El Jardin. (Buildings A, B, C – retail $17MM), (Bldgs D, E and North & South Commons with 360 Residential Units including underground parking garages and ground floor retail). </li></ul>PROJECTS :
  9. 9. <ul><li>The Glenview Police Department Headquarters, a $22MM, 89,000 SF regional crisis center with state-of-the-art installations including: underground parking, armory & range, uninterrupted power system, building automation efficiency, security, police & fire 911 call center, and detention facilities. </li></ul><ul><li>Evelyn Pease-Tyner Interpretive Center, a $2.56 MM LEED Platinum registered and certified prairie museum classroom project, with geothermal-solar and passive energy designs, delivered on schedule and under budget. </li></ul>PROJECTS :
  10. 10. Budget Director (2000 – 2001) Budget Control Assistant (1999 – 2000) Kirk Corporation, Streamwood, IL $45 million home builder and developer 1999 - 2001 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS <ul><ul><li>Responsible for converting an antiquated computer system to a new homebuilders and real estate management accounting system, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>addressing Y2K concerns </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Responsible for accounts payable for new home construction costs with up to six direct reports </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Saved $750,000 by auditing and reconciling subcontractor invoices to identify double billings and unsubstantiated invoices </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>- Implemented new electronic data transfer payment system, saving $110,000 annually while reducing error levels and time processing </li></ul></ul>
  11. 11. City of Crystal Lake, Crystal Lake, IL Northwest Chicago suburb experienced substantial growth; doubling in size PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS <ul><li>Responsible for contract administration including budgeting, estimation, bidding, preconstruction meetings, pay-outs, change orders, negotiations, and project closures </li></ul><ul><li>Conducted subdivision, utility and commercial site plan reviews and inspections, infrastructure improvements reporting, legal description verifications and Special Projects research </li></ul><ul><li>Realized savings of $450,000 in public water main relocation expenses by developing and successfully presenting alternative plan to Illinois Department of Transportation </li></ul>Project Coordinator (1992 – 1998) Drafter/Inspector (1989 – 1992)
  12. 12. City of Crystal Lake, Crystal Lake, IL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS - Reduced average permit issuance time by streamlining the City’s Engineering Department project plan review and approval process - Administered Public Sidewalk Program over a five-year period - Developed City’s first digital infrastructure management system converting 80 years of documentation to electronic platform. - Conducted subdivision, utility and commercial site inspections and punchlists. Project Coordinator (1992 – 1998) Drafter/Inspector (1989 – 1992)
  13. 13. Devery Engineering, Libertyville, IL Civil engineering consultants designing infrastructure improvements for private developers and municipalities 1987-1989 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS <ul><li>Led field crews conducting topographical survey operations </li></ul><ul><li>Developed and drafted working drawings from field data notes </li></ul><ul><li>Inspected field installations and conducted testing </li></ul>Engineering Project Leader
  14. 14. Nuclear Power Services, Secaucus, NJ Mechanical engineering provider to the nuclear power industry, subcontractor to Hunter Group, Sargent & Lundy Engineers and Westinghouse PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHEMENTS <ul><li>Collected field data on small bore piping and instrumentation installations with quality control survey team </li></ul><ul><li>Organized field notes from the team and drafted final working drawings </li></ul><ul><li>Prepared documentation packages for subsystem reporting to Nuclear Regulatory Commission </li></ul>Quality Control Field Engineer Braidwood, IL Nuclear Plant Byron, IL Nuclear Plant 1984-1987
  15. 15. EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS CCMP 2004 Cert. Construction Mgt. Professional Management Science Institute PMP 2003 Project Management Professional Project Management Institute Executive M B A 2002 Lake Forest Graduate School of Management-GM; Intl Bus 2003 BS 1983 Construction Management Southern Illinois University AAS 1981 Building Construction Technology Rock Valley College
  16. 16. A. A. S. B. S. IDOT/UW-Certs IDOT-Certs M. B. A. General Contracting, Structural Detailing and Working Drawings, Specifications and Estimating Member of S. I. U. Construction Club building donated projects for Not-For-Profit-Orgs Standard Earth Density, October 27, 1989 Construction Staking, April 4, 1991 Construction Management Certificate; Rock Valley College, May 1981 Design Surveying, November 2, 1989 Portland Cement Concrete Proportioning, March 24, 1993 Structural Drawing Certificate; Rock Valley College, May 1981 Documentation, December 6, 1989 Jurisdictional Transfers, April 19, 1994 Project Management, Strategic Management, Negotiations, Financial Accounting, Financial Management, Human Resources, Managerial Accounting, Critical Thinking, Economics, Marketing, New Venture Creations Construction Methods & Materials Certificate; Rock Valley College, May 1981 1982: College Internship/ Design Draftsman/Carpenter Brake Realty and Custom Energy Homes, Roscoe, IL *Designed six custom homes in coordination with clients *Built three homes utilizing carpentry, electrical, plumbing, roofing, and concrete knowledge & skills Drainage Structure Construction Inspection, December 14, 1989 Confined Space Awareness, November 9, 1995 International Business- A Latin American Perspective, Two week study abroad in Chile & Brazil; May-June 2002 Building Construction Certificate; Rock Valley College, May 1981 Advanced Construction, Management, Business & Business Law, Real Estate & Real Estate Law Improving Public Works Construction Inspection Skills; U.W.-Madison, WI, February 14, 1990 Erosion Control, January 31, 1996 Specialization in International Management; Lake Forest Graduate School Of Management, January 2003 Residential Construction Certificate; Rock Valley College, May 1981 Pavement Maintenance, March 9, 1990 Work Zone Safety, March 13, 1996 Associate of Applied Science in Building Construction Technology; Rock Valley College, May 1981 Bachelor of Science in Construction Management; Southern Illinois University, May 1983 Pavement Construction Inspection, January 31, 1991 OSHA Construction Safety, March 28, 1997 Master of Business Administration in General Management; Lake Forest Graduate School Of Management, June 2002 Master Certificate in Applied Project Management - Villanova University – 2003
  17. 17. Donald K. Owen Capital Projects Director Village of Glenview 1370 Shermer Road Glenview, IL 60026 Office: 847-998-9500 Mobile: 847-514-6527 [email_address] PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES Nancy Bloom Executive Director Youth Services Glenview/Northbrook 1300 West Lake Ave. Glenview, IL 60025 Office: 847-724-2620 Mike Redmond Deputy Chief of Police Village of Glenview 1225 Waukegan Rd. Glenview, IL 60025 Office: 847-901-6102 Mobile: 847-456-5655 mredmond @ glenview.il.us Michael S. Albach Vice President/C.F.O. The Kirk Corporation Kirk Homes 201 Juniper Circle Streamwood, IL 60107 Office: 630-830-8300 Mobile: 708-767-9880 Michael Larson Vice President/C.O.O. Red Seal Development 425 Huehl Rd. Bldg. 18 Northbrook, IL 60062 Office: 847-272-5600 Mobile: 847-417-5602
  18. 18. CONTACT INFORMATION Paul S. Heyer 27 Netherlands Dr. Antioch, IL 60002 Voice mail : 224.636.9828 Email : pheyer@att.net