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2010 Visual Resume - Robert Tonn

  1. 1. 1<br />Robert Tonn CEM, CDM/ESynopsis of Projects & Experienceheavyfleet@yahoo.com ~ Mobile: (808) 281-5446 <br />“Results-driven and innovative Equipment FleetProfessional Available to Take Your Fleet to the Next Level”<br />Komatsu D355, Cat D8K & Grove RT75S @ Lanai Hawaii shop<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  2. 2. Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />2<br />STRENGHTS:<br />Equipment Management<br /><ul><li>Directed fleets in excess of 1,200 units of vehicles, transit, rail-mounted, plant and quarry equipment.
  3. 3. Initiated preventative maintenance programs based on operations, manufacturers & know metrics.
  4. 4. Author of policy, procedure, S.O.P. updates and manuals.</li></ul>Maintenance Facility Direction<br /><ul><li>Spearheaded new facility start-ups to include staffing, acquisitions, training, shop equipment purchasing, </li></ul> vendor accounts, inventory setup and tracking & plant assembly.<br /><ul><li>Participated in all levels of contract labor negotiations.
  5. 5. Multiple facilities, 5 direct reports 35+ employees.
  6. 6. Merged departments when needed to increase efficiency.</li></ul>Financial Planning<br /><ul><li>Managed capital, operating and lease budgets in excess of $25m with full profit/loss accountability.
  7. 7. Significant background in defining buy, lease rent metrics.
  8. 8. Prepared reports, specifications, CER’s, needed to justify capital equipment purchases & leases.
  9. 9. Highly proficient in tracking detailed financials, fuel, TCO & KPI’s for equipment.
  10. 10. Provided data necessary to draft capital & operating budgets including analysis, planning & presentation.</li></ul>Aggregate Quarry/Plant<br /><ul><li>Project manager on aggregate plant, facility, mobile equipment capital upgrades and refurbishments.
  11. 11. Supported quarrying/plant operations of 2,000 tons/day.
  12. 12. Overseer maintenance of asphalt and concrete plants from 250-1000 yard/hour.</li></li></ul><li>Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />3<br />Inventory/Logistics<br /><ul><li>Planned logistics utilizing flatbed, containerized, RO/RO & air freight to support remote operations.
  13. 13. Administered parts department with $7m/year volume.
  14. 14. Managed spares inventories in excess of $600k.
  15. 15. Supervised parts departments to include usage, cost of inventory & consignment issues.</li></ul>Integrated Technology and Asset/Inventory Tracking<br /><ul><li>Significant expertise in selection, initial configuration, start-up and administration of computerized fleet management/inventory systems (CMMS), including RTA, CFA, Viewpoint, timberline & GPS systems.
  16. 16. Configured 6 complete computerized fleet management packages.
  17. 17. Designed work orders and instructed in proper data input procedures
  18. 18. Skilled in the used of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Project and other industry software.</li></ul>CREDENTIALS:<br /><ul><li>Certified Equipment Manager (CEM); Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP);
  19. 19. Certified Director of Maintenance & Equipment (CDM/E); North American Transportation Management Institute (NATMI).
  20. 20. GersonLehrman Group – Energy & Industrials Council Member.
  21. 21. Crane Institute of America Mobile Crane Inspector.
  22. 22. Gomaco University.
  23. 23. Waste Management Inc. (WMI) Maintenance Institute Graduate.
  24. 24. Current 40 hour Mining Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) safety course.
  25. 25. Current PassPort, Chevron, Shell & AERA oilfield safety certifications.</li></li></ul><li>4<br />Site Preparation<br />Packing barrow with a D9R & 631 <br />scraper for a 250,000 cu yd leachment <br />pad expansion at Rio Tinto’s Rawhide <br />gold mine, Rawhide, Nevada.<br />320,000 cu yd Warehouse <br />site development<br />near Fernley, Nevada<br />utilizing 631’s. an <br />825 & D9N pusher.<br />Blessing of home sites 9 & 10 on the island of Lana’i, Hawaii. <br />A religious ceremony is common in Hawaii before & after a major <br />project. Over 70,000 cu yd of material was processed to make <br />pads to Build 4 multi-million dollar homes.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br /> Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  26. 26. 5<br />Deep Sanitary installation, Fairways of <br />Manele Development, Lana’i City, Hawaii<br />Heavy Civil Utilities<br />Pouring the concrete “collar” of a 24’ moose/bear crossing.<br />Replacement 24” storm sewer, Maine Avenue,<br />on the Mall in Washington, DC.<br />Hitachi EX1100 set up with a 3 cu yd rock bucket to <br />trench and install 12’ x 18’ box culverts, Cambridge <br />Canal, Houston, Texas. The 245,000lb excavator was <br />needed to muscle the 66,000lb culverts.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  27. 27. 6<br />Setting access ramps for the 4,000 ton <br />island supply barge was a weekly task <br />Kamalapau Harbor, Lana’i, Hawaii.<br />Lifting<br />Setting deck panels, US 59 realignment<br />Oyster Creek, Sugar Land, Texas.<br />Retrieving a Wirtgen1900DC mill<br />after a catastrophic engine failure.<br />Setting 30 ton pre stressed girders Sam Houston West Toll way 8, Houston, Texas<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  28. 28. 7<br />Oilfield Construction<br />Removing sludge during holding cleanup of 160,000 cubic yard holding pond remediation.<br />Drilling a “rat hole” for 60’ conductor.<br />Twelve inch production pipeline renewal<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  29. 29. 8<br />Airfield Civil Work<br />Runway extension & tarmac overhaul at Reno-Stead airport,<br />site of the National Championship Air Races every September.<br />Runway refurbishment<br />& expansion, Gabbs<br />Airport, Gabbs, Nevada.<br />a nearby gold mine made <br />use of this facility.<br />Tumbleweed high air traffic <br />mandated orange & white<br />checkered flags on all equipment.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  30. 30. 9<br />Equipment Repair & Refurbish<br />Rebuilding final drives on an old D8K.<br />Replacing the “mud” belt on a Komatsu BR500 mobile crusher.<br />Drum replacement during a mixer upgrade.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  31. 31. 10<br />Equipment Repair & Refurbish<br />On project repairs of a <br />dual rail clipper used to<br />fasten rails to concrete<br />ties<br />Installing a newly overhauled engine being install<br />on a remote island. The engine had previously been <br />removed and shipped by barge to the Honolulu <br />Caterpillar dealer for rebuild.<br />Vender overhauling Komatsu WA380 engine “in house” <br />at Castle & Cooke’s remote fleet maintenance facility.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  32. 32. 11<br />Rail Equipment Fire Disasters<br />New Nordco dual (rail) spiker after catastrophic fire damage.<br />The $25,000 damage was covered under warranty due to <br />an electrical short (lower photo) in a faulty wire harness.<br />Shorted <br />Nordco <br />control<br />box harness<br />Fire damage to a mobile rail yard <br />sweeper caused by a careless contract <br />Mechanic’s torch setting 1½” neoprene <br />broom bristles on fire.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  33. 33. 12<br />Class 6-8 Truck Maintenance<br />Cat re-engine.<br />Mack E-9 piston & head<br />after dropping a valve.<br />Recycle body swap between Mack Midliner chassis.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  34. 34. 13<br />Asphalt Plant Maintenance<br />Repairing silo elevator of Plant #1.<br />Replacing the pump unit of <br />a small portable drum <br />asphalt plant during<br />upgrade & refurbishment.<br />Silo conveyor floor & chain replacement.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  35. 35. 14<br />Aggregate Crushing Operations<br />Sorting “fines” out of rubble.<br />Use of the Komatsu BR500 mobile<br />crusher enables aggregate mined from<br />a site to be processed into aggregate on <br />demand saving trucking expense.<br />Busting “A” rock lava boulders to make<br />them small enough to fit in a 14” jaw crusher.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  36. 36. 15<br />Quarry Operations<br />D10T topping off a hilltop at Belle <br />Vista Quarry, Reno, Nevada.<br />A Cat 988H loading side load <br />dumps at the 1m ton/year <br />Belle Vista Quarry near Reno, Nevada.<br />Lava rock being ripped at Pit #2 to support<br />site development on the island of Lana’i <br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  37. 37. 16<br />Tamping track with an HTT Mark IV<br />near Medford, Oregon. The <br />tamping/surfacing procedure pushes <br />loose ballast back under the ties while <br />resetting the curve & grade parameters.<br />Rail crossing reconstruction during recommissioning<br />of rail line from Boston to Greenbush, Massachusetts. <br />The line was originally constructed in 1840,<br />abandoned in 1959 and is currently undergoing <br />reconstruction as a commuter railway.<br />Maintenance of Way<br />A HTT 950 Tie Handler polices<br />up used ties behind a TR-10. <br />Used ties will be sorted to recycle<br />or to be sold for landscaping <br />Harsco production tie inserter heading down <br />to work area. The TR-10 can exchange 7-9 ties <br />per minute.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  38. 38. 17<br />Rail Projects<br />Moving prefabricated track panels and ballast into <br />place with hi-rail excavators (below) and a Kirow 1200, <br />160 ton rail crane (left). The complete replacement of <br />the mainline of the Woking, UK station had to be <br />accomplished during a weekend outage.<br />Regulating ballast near Sherwood Forest, The Midlands, UK.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM,CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  39. 39. 18<br />Asphalt Paving/Planing<br />Changing out a 7.5” drum with a 12’ 5mm <br />micro mill drum on a CMI PR800 planer.<br />Service road paving with a LeeBoy 8500 paver & Bomag 120 roller.<br />In a seasonal areas winter maintenance is <br />performed on paving equipment to facilitate <br />double shifting during 40+ degree days. Major <br />components & wear iron is of primary concern.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  40. 40. 19<br />Equipment Recovery<br />A hi-rail equipped Giesmer 360 speedswing was <br />rotated too fast while handling rail tie bundles <br />causing it to be thrown down a 200’ embankment <br />into the Lehigh River in Pennsylvania.<br />Local loggers were contracted to winch<br />the unit up the embankment.<br />After recovery the $425,000 unit was determined <br />to have sustained $125,000 in damage<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM,CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  41. 41. 20<br />Receiving a final drive for a Cat 330<br />for a warranty repair. The part was <br />brought over to Lana’i from Pacific <br />Machinery’s Maui facility by <br />Maui Divers to expedite delivery.<br />Equipment Breakdowns<br />A Pneumatic compactor <br />rolled on it’s side due to <br />a misjudged “U” turn.<br />Broken tracks occurred at a higher than<br />normal rate when working in lava fields.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  42. 42. 21<br />Island Light Vehicle & Bus Fleet Operations<br />32 passenger Freightliner/Eldorado route bus<br />Ford F-700 on jobsite delivery<br />Transmission replacement on <br />Ford E-350 15 pax van<br />Hotel support vehicles @ Manele Bay Hotel<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  43. 43. Special Projects & Contractor Support<br />Hulopo’e Bay boat dock replacement, contracted by Sea Engineering, ground support equipment supplied by Castle & Cooke Fleet<br />Renewing water well #14<br />Equipment, vehicles & support for <br />emergency flood control measures<br />Support for Kaumalapau<br />barge dock operations<br />22<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  44. 44. 23<br />Steel Mill Service Equipment<br />Mustered steel mill service equipment<br />Liftking 140 ton capacity ladle/slag/scrap bucket carrier<br />Setting the 30 ton dual 96”<br />magnetic crane over rail <br />fed scrap bunkers.<br />Ohio 480/5235 scrap handler with54” magnet<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  45. 45. Bulk scrap steel shredding/sorting equipment<br />Elco electric scrap handling crane set up to feed 25 scrap cars/minute into hammer mill<br />Worlds largest (at the time) car/scrap metal hammer mill shredder<br />Constructing post hammer mill ferrous, non-ferrous, plastic sorting line<br />24<br />Installing the hammer mill driveline hooking the 4,000hp electric motor to the 82 ton rotor.<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  46. 46. Computer Expertise<br />Proficient with:<br /> Microsoft Windows Vista <br />Microsoft Office Suite 2007<br />PowerPoint 2007<br />Project 2003<br /> Adobe Photoshop 7<br />Experienced with various Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) including: <br />Ron Turley & Associates (RTA)<br />Forefront, Viewpoint<br />Computerized Fleet Analysis (CFA)<br />Familiar with: <br />Timberline<br />J.D. Edwards<br />25<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  47. 47. 26<br />Rent-Lease-Purchase?<br />Repair-Refurbish-Replace?<br />Will a good used <br />unit do the trick?<br />Good decision making requires knowing your projects <br />demands and accurately tracking the metrics ownership, <br />operating, maintenance, wear iron & tire group of expenses.<br />Can we justify <br />this expense?<br />Should we replace?<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, <br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  48. 48. Reporting Procedures, Policies & Presentations<br />Fleet Department organizational tables, multi-plant asphalt production charting, budgeted equipment utilization (hours), capital maintenance expenditures, rental income/expenses for annual budget development.<br />Fleet division organizational flow chart<br />Hot mix plants yearly production of asphalt, tack & cold mix.<br />Yearly equipment usage forecast (hours), hourly cost of operation & capital maintenance expenditures<br />27<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  49. 49. Certificates of Achievement (Management)<br />28<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  50. 50. Certificates of Achievement (Maintenance)<br />29<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  51. 51. Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />30<br />Formal Education<br />Background image of the Columns @ the University of Missouri-Columbia<br />
  52. 52. Army National Guard4/75-4/90<br />Assembling M4T6 assault bridge with an M2375 20 ton crane.<br />Clearing an M143 Mini gun on an AH1S Cobra Gunship during live fire.<br />Operating a Bucyrus <br />cable excavator<br />UNIT: D Co 38th Aviation Battalion, Whitman AFB, Missouri<br />UNIT: 1/158 Cavalry Battalion, Edgewater Arsenal, Maryland<br />SCHOOL: 68J20 - Aircraft Fire Control System Repairer Supervisor, Fort Eustis Virginia 6/86-2/87<br />UNIT: 1138th Combat Engineer Battalion, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri<br />SCHOOL: 62F20 - Senior Crane Shovel Operator Supervisor, Fort Leonard Wood MO. 9/75-12/75 <br />Crew Chiefin’ a UH-1 “slick”<br />31<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E,<br />Corporate Equipment Manager<br />
  53. 53. Robert N. Tonn CDM/E ASECorporate Equipment Fleet Manager“Know iron will travel”heavyfleet@yahoo.comMobile: (808) 281-5446925 Nana La., St. Louis, MO. 63131All images copyright Robert N. Tonn/Tonnstock Photography<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />Background image of Komatsu D375 575hp dozer @ quarry #2, Lanai, Hawaii<br />32<br />
  54. 54. 33<br />Heritage<br />William H. Tonn rebuilding a rail bridge in Massillon,<br /> Ohio after record spring flooding of 1913<br />Robert N. Tonn organizing his first fleet in 1962<br />Robert W. Tonn working his first civil project in 1928<br />Resume of Projects Robert N. Tonn, CEM, CDM/E, Corporate Equipment Manager<br />

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