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CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC.
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PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS
 Over 30 years of experienc...
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 Hampton on the Park Apartments, Adelphi, MD, reno...
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 Design review services to Urban Atlantic (formerl...
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AEPA ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS, PC NOVEMBER 1993 – FEBRU...
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PKP ENGINEERS PC AUGUST 1987 – MARCH 1991
Washingto...
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VENAIRE S.A. (MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR) JANUARY 1985 –...
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  1. 1. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 1 || 6 PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS  Over 30 years of experience in mechanical engineering and construction management.  Excellent communicator.  Conscientious designer.  Tenacious negotiator.  Stay current on all aspects of HVAC / plumbing and fire protection systems and climate control.  Strong leader and superb team player.  Single-minded devotion to project and client. RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for the development and mentoring of our construction quality management, engineering design and general contracting professionals, as well as maintaining and expanding company and client relationships. Review and analyze contractors change orders and claims, prepare budget estimates and technical analysis, provide recommendations for approval and assist the owners in negotiating change orders and claims. Review all project invoices in order to allocate amounts invoiced to percentage of project completion. Analyze contract modifications and give recommendations to the owner. Evaluate minority business compliance forms in order to ascertain compliance by general contractors. Review and analyze the baseline construction schedules and subsequent schedule updates presented by the general contractors. In the event that the project is behind schedule or has the potential to fall behind schedule, work closely with the general contractor, the design team and the owner to identify cost-effective means to recover the schedule. PROJECT EXPERIENCE CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. NOVEMBER 2000 – PRESENT Bowie, MD Construction Quality Management  The Lofts at Capitol Quarter, Washington, DC – construction of L Street building comprising of 156 market-rate and 39 affordable rental units; roof top deck and pool, internal courtyards, an exercise and computer rooms, $42 million.  Southwest Towers, Washington, DC – renovation of two, 12-story plus basement commercial office buildings into a 530-unit, Class A apartment buildings to include associated common areas, amenities and site utility work; $62 million.  Defense Health Headquarters – renovation of three interconnected buildings 675,000 sq ft, for the U.S. Department of Defense military medical health care operations, LEED Silver-CI–certified buildings, buildings also features a 3,400 sq ft consolidated server rooms supported by a parallel redundant N+1 static UPS system and an N+1 diesel engine generator plant, switch gear room, Falls Church, Virginia, $370 million; responsibilities included senior MEP inspector for GSA and overseeing commissioning activities on behalf of GSA  Rhode Island Avenue Metro Town Center, Washington, DC, construction of new parking garage for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and two mixed-use buildings (offices, apartments, retail space), $65 million  Wheeler Terrace Apartments, Washington, DC, complete renovation of seven apartment buildings with associated utilities and site work, geothermal energy was utilized; this is a LEED-certified, affordable housing project, $17 million  Arthur Capper ACC Townhomes, Phases I and II, Washington, DC, construction of 86 new townhouses, $13.4 million  NIH Wayfinding Signage, Bethesda, MD, electronic signs installation throughout NIH campus, $800,000  R Street Apartments, Washington, DC, rehabilitation and alterations of 124 apartment units, $7.2 million
  2. 2. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 2 || 6  Hampton on the Park Apartments, Adelphi, MD, renovation of 675 apartments, $22 million  Arthur Capper Senior Apartment Buildings No. 1 and 2, Washington, DC, new construction, $17 million / $14 million, respectively  Lincoln Terrace, Rockville, MD, new construction, $8.5 million  Parkside at Alexandria, Alexandria, VA, apartments renovation, $19.5 million  Henson Ridge, Phases I and II – Infrastructure, Homeownership, Rentals, Washington, DC, new construction of 469 housing units, $65 million  Gaithersburg Youth Center, Gaithersburg, MD, new construction, $2.2 million  Oakgrove Townhomes and Clubhouse, new construction, $15.4 million  NIH Building 3, selective demolition, $1.8 million  NIH Building 12A-2nd Floor, renovation project, $407,000  NIH Building 51 Fire Station, new construction, $5.7 million  Lakelands Park, City of Gaithersburg, new construction, $2.6 million  Gaithersburg Cultural Arts Center, renovation project, $2.6 million  NIH Electrical North Substation, new construction, $4.0 million  NIH Building 11 Power Plant, East Expansion, support of excavation, $2.8 million  New Air Systems, NIH Building 10, million renovation project, $1.2 million Design Build Projects / Development Manager  NIH Building 12A-4th Floor Offices Renovation, $650,000  NIH Building 12A-Admin. Offices Renovation, $120,000  Dr. Clark’s Office Renovation, $450,000  NIH Building #8 Renovation of Laboratories 318, 320, 322, 324, 326 and 327, $430,000  Residential Projects: Renovation and Addition Projects ranging from $250,000 to $550,000 Other Services  Georgetown University Science Center – mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection inspection services for new construction of 154,000 sq ft state-of-the-art science center for the Georgetown University in Washington, DC, $100 million  Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) Headquarters – inspection services for the renovation of laboratory building in Rockville, MD, $17.5 million  Foundry Lofts, Building 160 at The Yards – inspection services and representation of financial agencies on the rehabilitation of a 6-story rental apartment building (157,000 gsf), Washington, DC, $55 million  United States Department of Agriculture – inspection services for power plant and chiller upgrade, Washington, DC  Inspection Tasks under GSA for Government-Leased Buildings – various projects ranging between 5,000 – 136,000 sf, and between $300,000 - $20 million construction cost; agencies occupying the buildings are: Inter- America Development Bank; Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA); US Access Board; Department of Housing and Urban Development; Social Security Administration; Department of Transportation; Federal Communications Commission; Library of Congress; National Institutes of Health – National Cancer Institute, National Heart, Lunch and Blood Institute, National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases; US Department of Health and Human Services; National Science Foundation; Defense Center of Excellence; Orthopedic Research Society; Defense Contract Audit Agency; Center for Drug Evaluation and Research; Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency  Negotiation support to private and government entities  Cost estimating services to Clark Realty and District of Columbia Housing Authority  Life cycle cost analysis, capital reserve analysis, project assessment evaluation and site inspection to Urban Atlantic (formerly Mid-City Urban) (Oakgrove Townhomes / Clubhouse, 22 townhome buildings)
  3. 3. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 3 || 6  Design review services to Urban Atlantic (formerly Mid-City Urban) (Arthur Capper Senior Apartments, 145,000 sf, 5-story building); and Somerset Development  Preparation of physical needs analysis for Metropolitan Apartments, Washington, DC  Property assessment evaluation / study for Montgomery Village, Maryland (Milton M. Kaufman Park)  Consulting services to Hill International, Inc. (NIH Infrastructure Master Plan)  Claim support services for the National Institutes of Health  Mechanical design for residential projects and light commercial buildings  Fiscal year budget estimating (City of Gaithersburg)  Construction monitoring services (District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency)  Contract and construction specifications master documents (City of Gaithersburg)  Preparation of bid packages and project manuals assembly (request for proposals); bid support services (City of Gaithersburg) GRD CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANTS, INC. DECEMBER 1997 – NOVEMBER 2000 Bethesda, MD Owner's Representative / Senior Construction Manager  Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church addition and renovation (45,000 sf)  St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church storm water retention ponds and parking lot expansion  1301 New York Avenue office building upgrade and tenant build-out (280,000 sf)  1101 Vermont Avenue office building upgrade and tenant build-out (250,000 sf)  Space Center office building addition on top of parking garage (75,000 sf)  Troy Hill industrial buildings (310,000 sf)  Gateway 270 Business Center, Flex Space / Industrial Buildings (300,000 sf)  Maryland 95 Executive Center (228,000 sf)  1201 Eye Street Office Building (280,000 sf)  The Victor Building (280,000 sf)  Metro Place III and IV (310,000 sf) HILL INTERNATIONAL, INC. FEBRUARY 1996 – DECEMBER 1997 Washington, DC Construction Quality Manager to GSA Tenant build-outs for Internal Revenue Service, ATF, TIMUS and OIG projects of 45,000 to 150,000 sf, valued from $950,000 to $4 million, generally consisting of the following spaces:  Open and private offices, and conference rooms  Training and computer rooms  Kitchens and cafeterias  Copy and storage rooms  Reception and lobby areas Construction Quality Manager to NIH  Utility Tunnel Expansion on Bethesda, MD campus, $35 million construction cost  Main Electrical Distribution System on Bethesda, MD campus  Coordinate utility shut downs, road closures, landscape alterations with several NIH departments
  4. 4. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 4 || 6 AEPA ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS, PC NOVEMBER 1993 – FEBRUARY 1996 Washington, DC Construction Manager to NIH NIHAC Building 102, Poolesville, MD- 7,600 sf, $2 million  Cage wash and surgical rooms  Administration / locker rooms  Mechanical spaces  Laboratories NIHAC Building 102, Poolesville, MD- 10,500 sf, $4.8 million  Indoor / outdoor kennels  Administration / locker rooms  Mechanical spaces  Laboratories NIHAC Building 104, Poolesville, MD - 10,000 sf, $3 million  Three animal holding pits  Administration / Lockers  Feed storage  Laboratories NIH Building 14E Renovation, Bethesda, MD - 34,000 sf, $2.5 million. Complete HVAC / electrical upgrade  Research laboratories  Administration rooms  Surgical and intensive care units  Animal holding rooms ICF / KAISER ENGINEERS JULY 1992 – NOVEMBER 1993 Fairfax, VA Project Engineer / Construction Manager to NOAA Base building construction and tenant build-out of $130 million Metro Center III and IV buildings in Silver Spring, MD for National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Agency, 600,000 sf office consolidation including:  Office space and conference rooms  Laboratories  Computer and radar rooms  Sensitive audio / visual rooms  Museum and theater space  Restaurants and cafeteria  Wave pool YMC CONSULTING – SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP PART-TIME: AUGUST 1992 – FEBRUARY 1996 Silver Spring, MD FULL-TIME: MARCH 1991 – JULY 1992 Mechanical Designer Subcontracted surveys, designs, as-built drawings, sheet metal details and cost estimates to:  National Air & Space Museum  National Museum of Natural Science  General Services Administration
  5. 5. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 5 || 6 PKP ENGINEERS PC AUGUST 1987 – MARCH 1991 Washington, DC Produced surveys, designs and cost estimates for over two million square feet of base building and tenant HVAC system construction and renovation projects for private sector and government clients, such as USDA, GSA, DOD and NIH. Project Manager / Design Engineer for Government Projects Building 37 Corridor 6B Laboratory Renovation, 14,800 sf  Biosafety Level 1 and 2 laboratories  Autoclave, cold storage, equipment and conference rooms Building 36 Corridor 6D Laboratory Renovation, 10,000 sf  Biosafety Level 1 and 2 laboratories  Autoclave, animal holding and equipment rooms Building 32 Laboratory Addition, 3,000 sf  Biosafety Level 1 laboratory  Sensitive electro microscope room with total vibration isolation, temperature and humidity control Building 41 Laboratory / Office Renovation, 3,500 sf Building 6 Animal Room / Office Renovation, 2,700 sf Building 6 Cage Wash / Laboratory Renovation, 1,300 sf Building 6A Office / Conference Room Addition, 900 sf Project Manager / Design Engineer for Private Sector Projects  Universal North Building: 326,400 sf office space; 48,000 sf retail space and 95,000 sf garage space  Marriott Corporation International Headquarters: 80,000 sf of tenant renovation (3rd & 4th Floors)  Marriott Compact Hotel in Romulus, Michigan: 350,000 sf  Marriott World Center in Orlando, Florida: renovation of approximately 120,000 sf  Dulles Fitness Center, Tysons Corner, VA: 40,000 sf  Voice of America Relay Station: 32,000 sf  Friendship Heights Mixed Use Development: 290,000 sf office space; 130,000 sf retail space; 125,000 sf residential space and 280,000 sf garage space  Federal Express Distribution Center: 35,000 sf office areas, 190,000 sf garage and distribution areas  Embassy of Mexico, Washington DC: 25,000 sf including executive dining room and cafeteria ATCHISON & KELLER (MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR) JANUARY 1986 – AUGUST 1987 Washington, D.C. Coordinated mechanical work (HVAC and plumbing) with respect to other trades, designed sleeve drawings, provided roof and slab openings for ductwork, prepared equipment installation details for sheet metal fabricators and prepared as-built drawings. Supervised employees at job site, coordinated work to meet schedules, assured on timely delivery of materials.
  6. 6. CARLOS A. YIBIRIN, PRINCIPAL CAY GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. Page 6 || 6 VENAIRE S.A. (MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR) JANUARY 1985 – JANUARY 1986 Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela Translated ASME standards, ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals, and various other technical manuals and interfacing between foreign and local parties. Responsible for the preparation of as-built drawings. EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering from The George Washington University, Washington, DC 1984 Construction Management Courses, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC MEMBERSHIPS / HONORS US Green Building Council Member LEED Accredited Professional Four-year, full tuition scholarship awarded SKILLS Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Microsoft Project, AutoCAD Fluent in Spanish

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