Delta Junction, AK
Looking for challenging employment in Management of Facilities Maintenance, Construction, Energy or Environmental fields, with experience at federal or military installations. No location preferences. Salary negotiable. Active US Army Secret Security Clearance.
Energy Conservation Consultant
November 2011 to March 2012
Consultant working from Alaska home on Energy Conservation measures, preparation of Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) bids at various military installations. Prepared detailed economic analysis for energy conservation measures and other proposals as part of bidding process, detailed cost estimates and life cycle cost analysis. Supervisor: Jim Kuech.
Manager for Construction Projects
June 2010 to April 2011
Construction Project Manager involving a wide range of construction projects in the Ninewa Province of Iraq (Province capital: Mosul). Worked with many groups, including Iraqi Government officials, Construction personnel, Engineers, US Army officials, and other officials for the US Army Corps of Engineers, District - North Iraq. Construction included starting projects from concept to final construction, and included construction of a courthouse, a medical clinic, water distribution plans, sewer collection systems, and an automotive garage. Assisted other engineers as needed. Unit withdrawn from Iraq in March 2011 on prearranged schedule. Supervisor: MAJ James C. Thompson.
Resource Efficiency Manager
April 2008 to April 2009
Resource Efficiency Manager for a contractor position with the US Army's Fort Greely, a military installation located deep in the interior of Alaska, in a land of temperature and sunlight extremes. Responsible for all energy use on the installation, and for conserving energy and water by all means feasible, including construction projects, utility rebates, self-help projects, and any other means. Saved over $1,300,000 in the first year, with $677,800 in electricity generation alone. Installation nominated for the 2009 Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Award. An inspection in March 2009 rated Fort Greely as having the Best Energy Program in US Army Pacific Region, with no Findings, no Observations, and six Commendable Areas. Supervisor: Mr. Anthony C. Aiken, President and CEO.
Master Planner and Installation Energy Coordinator
June 2000 to March 2008
Dual position as Master Planner and Installation Energy Coordinator for Dugway Proving Ground. Developed the Installation Master Plan for future installation development and created all DD Forms 1391 for military construction projects associated with making the plan happen. Wrote the comprehensive Installation Design Guide (IDG), a single volume that guides designers and construction contractors on all elements of construction on Dugway. Wrote all NEPA (Environmental Assessments) documents in support of installation projects. Oversaw a reduction of 35 percent in energy consumption over a three year period. Awarded the 2003 DOE Federal Energy and Water Management Award, and the 2002 and 2006 Secretary of the Army Energy Management Award. Nominated for the Presidential Energy Conservation Leadership Award in 2004. Supervisor: Mr. Martin Pendley, 435-882-6708
Project Design Engineer and Project Construction Manager
March 1999 to June 2000
Project Construction (and Design) Engineer for DPW at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Responsible for designing complex projects for construction and Project Manager to coordinate with hospital staffs, contractors, etc overseeing the actual construction. Oversaw the design and installation of central boiler plant in-stack
emissions monitoring devices as part of Environmental Air Permits. Managed projects, developed technical specifications, wrote air permit applications to the state government. Oversaw several Energy Performance Savings Contract (EPSC) modifications with contractor. Supervisor: Mr. Abbas Keshavarz, Tel: 202-782-4415.
Chief of Utilities, 26th Area Support Group
June 1994 to March 1999
Supervised five military communities (Karlsruhe, Heidelberg, Darmstadt, Kaiserslautern, and Mannheim) in Germany for utility support and created projects to upgrade utility service to these communities. Negotiated with German government (local and national) for utility service and modifications to utility contracts, as well as base closures (partial closures and full closures). Awarded the 1998 DOE Federal Energy and Water Management Award for reducing energy significantly (over 30 percent) in the prior three years at five installations. Established first ECIP and FEMP projects ever in Europe (over 11 projects constructed in 3 years, in excess of $100 million annually). Awarded two outstanding performance evaluations during this period. Supervisor: Alan Prucnal, 011-49-6221-133940.
Project Manager, Headquarters, US Army, Europe and Seventh Army, Utilities Division
November 1988 to June 1994
7A Nov 1988 - June 1994
Project Manager, Headquarters, US Army, Europe and Seventh Army, Utilities Division. Managed Energy Program for HQs, USAREUR/7A, and supervised general construction projects at various installations. Oversaw USAREUR Trash Sorting Program, providing guidance to 42 installations and five major commands, and saving over $30 million annually by recycling trash. Directed the Long Range Utilities Plan in which installations developed long range plans and projects to improve utilities; this enabled the headquarters to improve fund distribution for annual repairs and maintenance. Awarded two outstanding performance evaluations during this period. Supervisor: Dennis Cannon, tel: 011-49-6221-576544.
Director of Public Works
November 1982 to November 1988
Director of Public Works for the Scranton Army Ammunition Plant. Supervised total engineering effort for a large caliber metal parts manufacturing plant, including small engineering projects performed by local staff, construction contracts up to $300,000, and initial engineering designs and cost estimates for projects up to several million dollars involving facilities maintenance and repair, and facilities new construction, including stack emissions scrubbers on four chimney stacks. Supervisor: Installation Commander, Tel: (717)-342-7801.
Post Degree Study in Military Staff Management (General Officer Level)
Post Graduate Study in Military Leadership (Field Grade Officer level)
January 1981 to January 1984
Facilities Management, Project Management and design, Installation Master Planning, Environmental Management, Energy Conservation Manager
Certifications and Licenses:
Registered Engineer in training, Commonwealth of Kentucky
Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Association of Energy Engineers
Business Energy Professional (BEP), Association of Energy Engineers
Fellow, Society of American Military Engineers, 1999
Awards and Honors:
AEE Legends in Energy Award, 2011
Nominated for Presidental Leadership Award for Energy Conservation: 2004
Federal Energy and Water Conservation Awards: 1997, 2003
Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Awards: 2002, 2006, nominated 2009
Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal and Army Achievement Medal.
Several other awards earned as a Reserve Officer
Fellow, Society of American Military Engineers
Thompson Medal, Society of American Military Engineers
Whos-Who in America, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Lieutenant Colonel, US Army, Retired, Operations Officer (54A) for last seven years at
major US Army, Europe Headquarters.
Associate Editor, “The Encyclopedia of World War II in Europe” published in 2000, a
comprehensive two volume set of books that covered all aspects of the European
Theater in World War II.
Engineering Division, HQs IMCOM Pacific
US Army Corps of Engineers
LTC Trent Moxley
US Army Environmental Office
HQs, USAREUR/7A, Engineering Div.
Martin S. Pendley
Directorate of Public Works
US Army Dugway Proving Ground, Utah
Kim N. Farr
Engineer, Directorate of Public Works
US Army Dugway Proving Ground