Has over sixteen years of experience in mechanical design and construction services. Project experience ranges from institutional, educational, medical, faith-based organizations, industrial, and office-type applications. Has provided Project Management, Mechanical Design and Construction Administration services for various projects and clients.
Current responsibilities include managing multiple projects (greater than $5M each) on behalf of the Owner. This includes project scheduling, budget management, design and construction document review and implementation, specification development, and incorporation of Code and Standard regulations. Experienced in multi-disciplinary coordination, ready check and commissioning.
University of Tampa/Sodexo December 2011 - Present
Project Manager – Primary focus is managing Infrastructure upgrades for over 13.2 acres of campus space that hosts over 1.8M SF of campus facilities. Projects that are currently being managed include: initial phase of 5,800 ton chiller plant (Phase I: $5.0M, Phase II: $2.0M), the installation of over 7,000 LF of chilled water piping, address utilities relocate for intersection/roadway improvements. $7.0M Lacrosse and Intramural Stadium and overall campus infrastructure. Additionally, participate in sustainability measures and energy conservation programs developed by campus planning.
University of South Florida September 2006 – November 2011
Mechanical Engineer/Project Manager – As the campus mechanical engineer, responsibilities range from initial project programming, design overview, code compliance and construction administration for all new and renovation projects. This may range from 2,000 SF conference room additions to well over 300,000 SF major projects that range from health care facilities on campus, dormitories to major Infrastructure Improvements (utility plants, piping, etc.). Tampa campus is over 10 million square feet. Recently completed projects as PM for a new 4,600 ton chiller plant, 1,750 ton chiller, cooling tower addition and electrical upgrades (13.2KV) at another existing plant and central utilities upgrades for a developing quadrant of campus. Total construction value of all three projects: $23,000,000. Additionally, participate in sustainability measures and energy conservation programs developed by campus planning.