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Desired Industry: Utilities SpiderID: 23585
Desired Job Location: Charlotte, North Carolina Date Posted: 11/30/2008
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 11-10-08
Desired Wage: 175,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

Looking to secure a position that will utilize my management skills and years of experience to their fullest potential. I want to be rewarded for my efforts at the same time be appreciated for the success that I bring to the company that I represent.


Experience 2001– Babcock & Wilcox Construction Company, Inc.
Construction Manager
2006 to Present
Currently located at the AEP – John E. Amos Plant in Winfield, WV. which
utilizes 2–800 Foster Wheeler Boilers and 1–1,300 Babcock & Wilcox Boiler to generate 29,000 Megawatts. The Amos Project consists of managing three (3) FGD installations, installation of Remote Dewatering, plus the overall BOP scope of work for all projects. Also included are five (5) outages for obstruction removal and Tie-in of Ductwork for the FGD, Balance Draft Reinforcement and major Pressure Part upgrades. I also assisted in the estimating of the FGD Ductwork Tie-In scope of work. The FGD will consist of four (4) B&W designed Absorber Towers ranging from 64 to 68 feet in diameter, with the heaviest section to be lifted weighing over 400 tons including rigging. Included in the scope are the following: Six (6) steel buildings to be erected with a total estimated tonnage of 6500 tons, and an estimated 172,462 linear feet of piping to be installed with material ranging from FRP to Stainless Steel.
My safety performance is stellar with a recordable rate of 1.1 for over a 2.5 million man hours worked to date with 1 lost time injury. This includes both my direct hires totaling over eight hundred (800) employees and the twenty-two (22) sub-contractors and their employees that are under my management.
During this project I will be managing an estimated 3.4 million man-hours with a total estimated budget of $350,000,000 over a 3 year period.

• July 2005 to July 2007 – AEP Mitchell Power Plant, Moundsville, WV.-two 800 Megawatt Foster-Wheeler Units. I assisted in estimating and managed two (2) FGD tower and building installations, four (4) outages for obstruction removal and Pressure Part upgrades, also scheduled and managed two (2) Manitowoc 21000 cranes and the services of two (2) Goldhoffer Heavy Haul Movers. I also performed seventy-five percent (75%) of the civil scope of work for the project for the customer when their civil contractor filed for bankruptcy and the project was four months behind schedule. During the execution of Mitchell’s multiple contracts and projects I managed 1,863,810 man-hours and controlled the final budget of $155,605,546. My Safety Performance during the course of these projects was excellent with a recordable rate of 1.07.

• May 2004 to June 2005 – AEP Amos Power Plant Units 1 & 2, Winfield, WV. Units are 800 Megawatt Foster-Wheeler.

Managed the successful installation of the Unit 1 SCR, the SCR tie-in outage and Air Heater upgrade. During the performance of these multiple scopes of work I managed 1,015,226 man-hours with a final project value of $73,954,000 with a premium project bonus of $700,000 for returning the unit to service for the customer seven days early. The Safety Performance of the project was excellent with a recordable rate of 1.06 for the total project including my Sub-Contractors.
Also managed the completion of the Unit 2 SCR, the SCR tie-in outage and Air Heater upgrade. I was requested by AEP to manage the final stages of the project due to the existing BWCC management slipping three (3) weeks behind the contractual Maintenance Release Date of the Unit. Under my management the Unit 2 schedule was recovered and released only three (3) days later than the original MRD. Because of my performance at the completion of this SCR recovery task, BWCC was awarded the Unit 1 SCR with the agreement that I would remain on site to manage the awarded contract.
• Planned and successfully executed a 27 million-dollar budgeted SCR project at the Cinergy operated 1300 Megawatt Zimmer Plant in Moscow, Ohio. This job completed ahead of schedule and under budget. Included in the scope was scheduling and performing tasks with two of the largest track cranes in the world, the Demag 8800 and Manitowoc 21000.
• A strong working relationship between Cinergy and Babcock & Wilcox was formed because of my work ethic on this project and my relationship with Cinergy personnel. BWCC was then given the opportunity to start bidding on future work with their company. In addition to opening the door for future revenue for Babcock and Wilcox I estimated the jobs for bid submission to Cinergy for BWCC.
1974–2001 American Electric Power, Columbus, Ohio

Production Support Manager – 1996-2001
• Maintained forced outage planning and updated work scopes as needed. Assisted with and monitored outages, routine maintenance on units, and backlog job orders.
• Reviewed daily job order entries, assisted with daily manpower planning, managed all coal yard activities, monitored coal and coal vendors. Maintained oversight of ash handling and storage including all ponds and the ash dam.
• Set up pre-bid meetings with contractors, working with team leaders, engineers, and planners on day to day work activities along with long range planning for the facility.
• Acted as the liaison between the plants and the contractors working on site, also the building trade unions. Managed all grievances, concerns, work scope assignments to the various union crafts.

Special Assignment – Corporate Power Generation – Columbus, OH – 1999-2000
• On January 15, 1999, I accepted a Special Assignment by the Corporate Vice President of Power Generation to monitor, assist, facilitate, observe and report on sixteen outages being performed in the northern AEP facilities throughout the coming year. Traveled to each facility weekly during their outage. Conducted walk downs of each operation, attended planning meetings, reviewed work scope, milestones, etc. During this period I worked with plant management, outage teams, and Regional Service Organization personnel at each facility, implementing their recommendations for improvements regarding future outage work.

Outage Project Manager – Regional Service Organization (RSO)
• Planned and executed Big Sandy Unit 2 (800 mw unit), Coal Yard Repairs/Upgrades, Cooling Demolition and Rebuild Outage – 36.7 million dollar budget – 550,000 man-hours. Tasks completed on time and under budget. During this twelve week outage, I utilized twenty-two contractors, twenty RSO teams, eleven coordinators, and ten engineers.
• Planned and executed Gavin Unit 1 (1300 mw unit) Scrubber Outage with a 21.6 million dollar budget and 210,000 scheduled man-hours. Outage was completed on time and under budget. During this eight week outage, I utilized sixteen different contractors and twenty RSO teams plus supervision.
• Planned, estimated and held pre-bid meetings with mechanical contractors for Clinch River Plant’s yard renovations. Estimated cost was $275,000.

Project Manager/Coordinator – Appalachian Centralized Plant Maintenance (ACPM)
August 8, 1991-Dececmber 31, 1995 –Successfully coordinated thirteen outages.
August 8, 1991 – Promoted to welding supervisor and with this promotion my outage coordinating assignments increased to the point that I was coordinating eighty percent of all ACPM’s work scope at various plant facilities throughout the system. From March 1983 through August 1991, I successfully coordinated and completed twelve outages.
Note: I started my career with American Electric Power at the John E. Amos Plant located in Winfield, West Virginia on January 7, 1974. Successfully completed all of my testing and training requirements for a certified welder in 1976. Transferred to the newly formed ACPM after certification.

1997-98 Fisher College of Business-Ohio State University Columbus, OH
American Electric Power Management Development Program – Certificate
1997 Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, VA
Leadership in Changing Times – Certificate
1980-95 Marshall University – Huntington, WV
Management Technology – Industrial Management Specialization
1991 Hobart School of Welding Technology – Troy, OH
Welding Inspector Specialist, 80 Hour Course and Testing – Certificate
1989-1990 Hobart School of Welding Technology – Troy, OH
Advanced Welding Skills Training, 1000 Hour Course – Certificate

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Sports, primarily golf. Masonic Lodge member.

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