Responsible for all aspects of the company business including hands-on field and office administration
Heads up Building and Development construction including constructing drainage, water main, sewer and roadways.
Supervise crews constructing water main, sanitary sewer, drainage and roadways
Heavy industrial contractor specializing in the construction of waste/water projects throughout the U.S. responsible for all bidding and operational issues with complete profit/loss responsibility. He managed 80 project managers, engineers, superintendents and peak craft of 350. He was responsible for coordinating and facilitating with other division managers, vice presidents and the CEO, and the use of resources for pursuit of all business opportunities in the heavy civil/rail and wastewater arena throughout the country and Canada. Michael grew revenue from an average of $65M/year to $106M in 2013.
Heavy civil and marine contractor operating in 16 states. Complete profit/loss responsibility for construction division comprised of 190 engineers, managers, estimators and superintendents and peak craft of 1000. Design/build and conventional, hard dollar contracting in the heavy/highway, railroad and private industry. Grew company from $120M to $350M per year while increasing private work to 15% of revenue.
Vice President and General Manager for heavy civil, marine and industrial contractor operating in 15 states from Maine to North Carolina. Michael was responsible for all operational and administrative functions for the Mid-Atlantic region, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. He had complete profit/loss responsibility and grew the region from $20M per year to $70M with staff of 68 salaried and 350 craft employees.
Complete Management of all ongoing projects.
Installation of underground utilities pipe work, road work and site work.
Installation of underground utilities, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main.
Installation of underground utilities, complete site work to include gas transmission mains and site restoration.
Installation of underground utilities and site restoration, Duties: Daily on site, direct supervision of foreman and labor forces. Schedule equipment and responsible for maintaining project schedule, quality control and working relationships with owner’s representatives and the public in general. Responsible for project schedules estimating and all paperwork associated.
Installation of Underground Utilities Pipe work, road work, and site work.
Land clearing, operations of lowboy, dump truck, tractor trailers and house pads.
All aspects of earthwork construction including underground utilities and drilled shafts
Operations of loader and backhoe at recycling yard.
Estimates and management of Cured-In-Place Pipe Lining (CIPP) construction.
Conduct NASSCO Certified ITCP-CIPP training; provide specialized training for the proper installation and evaluation of heat and light cured CIPP technologies to engineers and inspectors.
Responsible for identifying, evaluation, and estimating projects for the CIPP crews on the East Coast using traditional CIPP heat and UV cured lining, and spiral wound lining products and methods.
Responsible for the implementation, development and management of the CIPP lining operations of the Pipe Services Division on the East Coast, including project acquisition, management and crew development. Responsible for the oversight and management of all PRD (Pipelining Rehabilitation Division) locations, which included Atlanta, GA, Gambrills, MD and Watertown, CT.
Responsible for the management and operation of all aspects of CIPP projects assigned. Performed in the roles of Operations Manager, Field Engineer and Estimator; involving CIPP, Fold and Formed PVC, and Pull and Inflate CIPP pipe lining processes during the 17 years. Responsible for multiple crews, up to 30 employees. Projects managed on schedule and profitably.