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  1. 1. biography<br />Name: Alvo C. Dabney, Jr.<br />Nickname: AL<br />Date of Birth: October 22, 1955<br />Project Manager / Construction Manager / Construction Engineer V<br />
  2. 2. Hometown : Camden, SC<br />
  3. 3. Education<br />CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL –<br />Camden, South Carolina - Graduated 1973<br />UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA – Columbia, South Carolina – graduated 1975<br />MIDLANDS TECHNICAL COLLEGE – Columbia, South Carolina – graduated 1977<br />UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA – Greensburg, North Carolina – graduated 1983<br />
  4. 4. TRAINING<br />CPR AND FIRST AID – American Red Cross<br />CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION – E.I. DuPont / Fluor<br />INJURY AND RISK MANAGEMENT – E.I. DuPont / Fluor<br />PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION – E.I. DuPont / Fluor<br />MATERIALS MANAGEMENT – E.I. DuPont / Fluor<br />OSHA SAFETY TRAINING – Association of General Contractors<br />PRIMAVERA PROJECT PLANNER (P3) – Construction Data Processing<br />
  5. 5. My Motto<br />Always Listen<br />
  6. 6. OBJECTIVE<br /> To become engaged with a company that provides an opportunity for growth and allows for individual initiative.<br />TRAVELEXPERIENCE:<br />Canada 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000-2004, 2009, <br />Afghanistan 2005 - 2008,<br />Netherlands2007, <br />UAE2005 - 2008, <br />Kuwait2005 - 2010, <br />Turkey 2006 & 2007, <br />HAWAII - 1988, 1997, 2004, 2009<br />
  7. 7. Interest In<br />
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  16. 16. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE<br /><ul><li>Industrial and Commercial Construction</li></li></ul><li>SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE<br /><ul><li> Civil and Site Management</li></li></ul><li>LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATIONS<br />& <br />APPRECIATION<br />
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  21. 21. Position Title: Quality Control Manager / <br /> Construction Manager<br />Company : FLUOR DANIEL <br />Project Name : CETAC II Task Order 0022<br />Client: USACE<br />Industry: US Military Support<br />Type of Project: Cost Reimbursable <br />Location : Baghdad, Iraq<br />Date of Employment : November 2009 to Present<br />
  22. 22. JOB DESCRIPTION<br />Primary responsibilities and duties are to <br />function as both QC Manager and Construction <br />Manager over all phases of construction on <br />Victory Base Complex. <br />The position is unique in my experience due to <br />the fact Quality and Construction organizations<br />are exclusive to each other due to issues with <br />execution. <br />Fluor proposed this position to our client, USACE <br />(US Army Corps of Engineers) to assist in getting <br />the Construction Group “stood up” while still <br />providing Quality oversight. <br />
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  24. 24. Our efforts have been successful on both fronts. We have managed to get the Construction arm on track and maintained quality in our execution. <br />Project sizes vary from $15k to $250k in size. <br />Currently supervising a staff of three in Quality, and six in Construction. Field work force currently numbers 260 persons comprised of Sri Lankan, Indian, Filipino, Iraqi, Nepalese, and Jordanian nationalities. <br />
  25. 25. Project Name : Garyville Marathon Expansion<br /> Position Title: CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER V<br />
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  27. 27. Primary responsibility for this assignment as a Field Engineering Area Lead (Area D): <br />*Supervised a staff of fourteen Field Engineers; seven Mechanical / Pipe, two CSA, four E&I, and one EICS. <br />* Responsibilities and duties included;<br /><ul><li>writing and responding to RFIs, disposition of NCRs, writing FCR’s and FCNs,
  28. 28. working closely with HSE, Construction Management, the QA Staff, client management, and coordinators to ensure we are working to the project specifications, documenting changes, and getting FCO (Functional Check Out) packages routed and signed off for turnover and commissioning. </li></ul> <br />
  29. 29. Area D work was both in the Greenfield side of the project and in the existing refinery. All of the tie-ins for the new project piping into the existing refinery systems were in our area. <br />Tie-in packages had to be built and turned over to the contractor for execution. There were 169 hot taps ranging in size from ”4 to 30”, and approximately 270 “out of service” tie-ins made. <br />work in the existing refinery included the whole of the existing tank farm; approximately 14,000 cm3 of concrete, 10,000 tons of steel, 30 miles of new piping. The other work in the refinery included new foundations for the existing pipe racks. Adding steel to the existing pipe racks, the associated piping and E&I work required to tie this into the tank farm and / or the Greenfield site. <br />
  30. 30. Area D responsibilities also included the layout and installation of the temporary constructions facilities required for the project. <br />In addition, Area D had all of the underground services coming into the individual units on the Greenfield side including: Oily water, Firewater, Storm water, Potable Water, Sanitary Sewer. <br />Area D also had the responsibility for the Greenfield side main pipe rack steel foundations, the erection of the steel itself, and the piping / electrical in the main racks.<br />The two units in the Greenfield side, in addition to the work already mentioned were Utilities, and the Ground Flare. <br />
  31. 31. Coker Crews 2008-05-29 , Marathon <br />
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  33. 33. Primary responsibility as Site Manager and Project Coordinator for Fluor team of fourteen personnel. <br />Fluor team was comprised of five Area Managers, QC Manager and three inspectors, Contractors Manager, Safety Manager, Camp Manager, Procurement & Logistics, and Planner. <br />Project consisted of constructing five, 160 person barracks, and a new Joint Operations Center located on Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. <br />Total subcontractor manpower was approximately 550 persons. The Fluor team and subcontractor forces represented Turkish, Kurdish, Indian, Nepalese, Pakistani, Afghan, Tajik, Turkmen, Uzbek, UK, New Zealand, Filipino, and US persons. <br />
  34. 34. Established and maintained close ties with our client, USACE, and the end users; the US Army, US Navy, and the US Air Force. Received unit citation from 82nd Airborne Command Sergeant Major for providing a superior product for our servicemen and women.<br />
  35. 35. Turn Over Celebration<br />December 2007<br />
  36. 36. That’s me<br />
  37. 37. PROJECT MANAGER<br />Company: SOUTHERLAND ASSOCIATES, INC.<br /> 225 EAST HEBRON STREET<br />Location: CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 28273 <br />Date: 27 Feb 2001 TO 19 Aug 2005 <br />Project sizes varied from $50k to $18mm. Direct supervision of 150 employees and as many as 13different subcontractors, on any one project.<br />
  38. 38. Project Manager duties and responsibilities included :<br /><ul><li>jobsite safety through support of the Safety Manager,
  39. 39. support of the Quality Control efforts,
  40. 40. provide estimates to the Construction, Engineering, and Fabrication Divisions,
  41. 41. the supervision of salaried and hourly company employees,
  42. 42. direct hire of personnel, subcontract administration,
  43. 43. cost control, schedule maintenance,
  44. 44. liaison with other contractors to facilitate work flow. </li></ul>Clients included :<br />Fluor (Wyeth Vaccines, Charlotte Convention Center, and Frito Lay), <br />3V Chemical, Lindau Chemical, Ultra Additives, International Paper, Nabisco, and Georgia Pacific; among others. <br />
  45. 45. Jul 2000 To Feb 2001<br />MARKETING/SALES MANAGER<br />DUCOM INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.<br /> POST OFFICE BOX 112<br /> SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 29151<br /><ul><li>Primary duties were the solicitation of new customers and maintenance of existing accounts.
  46. 46. Additional duties included assisting CFO with corporate financial reports, the development and implementation of new corporate financial goals and policies.
  47. 47. Performed estimating duties when required to assist Construction Division.
  48. 48. Performed as a Project Manager on projects for certain customers (E.I. DuPont, Willamette Paper, International Paper, Tupperware).
  49. 49. Also served as Site Manager on two projects at client request, $875k and $1.7mm respectively.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Assisted with the start up of LTM as a new company.
  50. 50. Formed the Electrical Division and assisted with the Mechanical Division.
  51. 51. Estimated, procured materials and equipment,
  52. 52. Field Project Manager on certain projects,
  53. 53. Cost Control, and Sales and Marketing.
  54. 54. Responsible for project oversight on three projects.
  55. 55. Project sizes varied from $50k to $5mm.</li></li></ul><li>CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR / PROJECT MANAGER<br /> THOMPSON INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC.<br /> 279 PROGRESS STREET<br /> SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 29153<br /> 18 Dec 1995 To 12 Jul 1999 <br /><ul><li>Dutiesand responsibilitiesincluded the coordination of field :
  56. 56. Supervision, Safety,
  57. 57. Estimating, Procurement,
  58. 58. Scheduling, subcontractor coordination;
  59. 59. Cost control, general office management,
  60. 60. Direct hire personnel, communication between Thompson Industrial’s upper management and clients.
  61. 61. Project Management work performed on projects for Monsanto, Union Camp, International Paper, Nucor Steel, Willamette and EI DuPont.
  62. 62. Project sizes ranged from $10k to $7.5mm.
  63. 63. Managed, at peak, over 900 hundred Thompson employees and numerous subcontractor employees.</li></li></ul><li>
  64. 64. Project Manager<br />MCINTOSH MECHANICAL, INC.<br />POST OFFICE BOX 2317<br />879 SOUTH GUIGNARD DRIVE<br />SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 29151<br /> 08/26/1993 TO 07/01/1994 <br /><ul><li>Project Manager for the Electrical Division.
  65. 65. Duties and responsibilities were estimating,
  66. 66. Direct hire, procurement and field management.
  67. 67. Projects were Union Camp and Santee Cooper Electric.
  68. 68. Also worked closely with the other divisions, Mechanical and Civil, coordinating their work, estimating and managing some Mechanical Projects. </li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Duties and responsibilities included
  69. 69. working with regional design offices – Fluor-Daniel, Greenville, SC, Day Zimmerman, Charlotte NC, EI DuPont, Louviers, De., on capital projects.
  70. 70. Coordination on workloads, schedules and manpower with plant personnel, other Construction Engineers,
  71. 71. craft supervision on both capital and non-capital work.
  72. 72. Served as interim Contract Administrator and Safety Manager when respective parties were absent or on leave.
  73. 73. Managed regional fabrication shops in addition to site field duties. Implemented and coordinated shop production plan.
  74. 74. Solicitation of new work for the shops.
  75. 75. Took the fabrication shops from on site fabrication to an international fabrication complex with the assistance of DuPont and Fluor-Daniel site upper management.
  76. 76. Implemented and maintained site manpower scheduling for all capital, non capital, and fabrication shops.
  77. 77. Served as Construction representative on the client’s Electrical and Mechanical Site Safety Teams.
  78. 78. Served as an external member of the Ground Water Protection “Best Practices” team,
  79. 79. awarded two DuPont Engineering Excellence Awards.</li></li></ul><li>ELECTRICIAN, ELECTRICIAN’S HELPER<br />DAVIS ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTORS, INC<br />04/01/1983 To 12/23/1985<br />Duties were to assist and receive training from electrical journeymen in all aspects of electrical work. Also had an opportunity to learn to read drawings, schematics, and single lines. Performed some material take off, estimating, procurement and expediting. Given the opportunity to coordinate electrical, instrumentation, and piping for a new pulp mill. Worked in Pulp and Paper, Power, Chemical, and Textiles.<br />GENERAL PROJECT ACCOUNTANT<br />BADGER ENGINEERS, INC. , TAMPA, FLORIDA <br />Jun 1981 TO Mar 1983 <br />Responsible for project related accounting and auditing. Worked with the Estimating Department, and Construction Division in preparing cost for proposals and “in progress” work. <br />
  80. 80. +1803 - 427 - 0761 <br />ALCDABNEY@YAHOO.COM<br />AL.DABNEY@FLUOR.COM<br /><br /> Contact Details<br />
  81. 81. Thank you for your time…..<br />Al Dabney<br />