On the precipice of life…

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT; BURLINGTON, VT — CLASS OF 2010

College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management
Civil Engineering Concentration, Mathematics Minor, Dean’s List

RELEVANT CLASSES

Behavioral Management
Production & Operations Analysis
Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Decisions
Hydraulics
Environmental and Transportation Systems I II & III
Business Process Improvement
Marketing Management
Calculus III
Differential Equations
Math Models for Scientists & Engineers

EXPERIENCE

ESTIMATOR & PROJECT MANAGER, SUMMIT/CATAMOUNT CONSTRUCTION; BERLIN, VT — SEPT 2005 – OCT 2012

  • Lead Estimator on smaller projects with contract costs of up to two million dollars
  • Evaluated blueprints to determine labor and material quantities and costs
  • Worked with subcontractors and vendors to coordinate expected sequences of work prior to contract signing
  • Project Manager on projects with contract costs of up to three million dollars
  • Issued RFIs, Change Orders (both internal and external), processed submittals
  • Collaborated with Owners and Architects to resolve issues, agree on change orders and coordinate work
  • Communicated with subcontractors and vendors to ensure the projects meet constraints such as schedule and cost

CIVIL ENGINEER I, PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF; MONTPELIER, VT — AUG 2010 – AUG 2011

  • Consulted for the State of Vermont – Agency of Transportation – Quality Assurance Unit
  • Reviewed proposed Plans and Estimates to help ensure their quality and minimize project delays and cost overruns
  • Wrote queries to mine data from Access database of historical bid results and project information
  • Performed statistical analyses on mined data in Excel to locate trends and patterns
  • Wrote up results of analyses for use by management in decision making

ENGINEERING INTERN, VERMONT GAS SYSTEMS; SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT — MAY 2009 – MAY 2010

  • Constructed and implemented a Geographic Information Systems (ArcGIS) to locate and analyze Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Configured and utilized handheld GPS receivers for data entry and asset locating
  • Researched implications of Federal regulations and planned to comply with regulatory agencies
  • Performed CAD drawing in Bentley Microstation

LEAD CONSULTANT, UVM COMPUTING HELPLINE; BURLINGTON, VT — SEPT 2007 – MAY 2010

  • Supervised up to three helpline consultants at a time
  • Consulted with clients in resolving issues pertinent to computer hardware and software
  • Presented a supportive environment for clients dealing with computer problems which effect their ability to perform their duties, often dealing with frustrated and stressed individuals
  • Advised consultants on resolving challenges in client support issues

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

  • Engineer in Training – State of Vermont

COMPUTER EXPERTISE

  • CAD – Microstation, Solidworks, AutoCAD, Google Sketchup
  • GIS – ESRI ArcGIS
  • Estimating – AASHTO Trns*Port Estimator, Sage Timberline Estimating Extended
  • Project Management – Timberline Project Manager and Job Cost, Microsoft Project
  • Office – Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Adobe Acrobat
  • Programming – MATLAB, HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Graphic Design – Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver

REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST