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CV Civil Project Manager, Senior Engineer, Site Manager, Surveyor, Carillion Roads UK

Civil Project Manager, Senior Engineer, Site Manager, Surveyor, Carillion Roads UK

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CV/Resume ID no.: 101533

Location (Residence): manchester, United Kingdom
Citizenship: United Kingdom
  Native: English United Kingdom
  Other: Hebrew
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  Vocational in civil and building engineering

Years of Experience: 20 years
Authorized to work in:
   European Union, UK (in particular), Israel
Present Location:
   united kingdom, manchester
   UK (in particular), Israel
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Engineering Civil Expert 31 years
Engineering Construction Expert 29 years
Management Site Manager Experienced 21 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a highly experienced Civil Engineering Site Manager with extensive international expertise on a wide variety of civil construction projects including highways, railways, utilities, infrastructure and both clean and foul water programmes.

A strong pro-active leader and man manager, empowering staff to take ownership, providing coaching, training and mentoring to build cohesive teams working together to achieve individual targets and corporate objectives.

Results oriented and customer focused, with excellent relationship management skills.

I have attached my CV for your attention as I am currently seeking a new position and would appreciate any assistance that you can give me with this.

My key strengths include:
• Acknowledged as site technical expert providing advise on civil engineering issues
• Undertaking feasibility studies, site surveys and supervising tendering procedures
• Managing, supervising and visiting contractors on site, advising on civil engineering issues
• Thinking creatively, resolving design and development problems and managing change
• Results oriented and customer focused with excellent relationship management skills

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

Work experience
May 2008- Present day, Carillion, Senior Engineer

I was contracted by Carillion Roads to back up the engineering team working on the Deeside Junction Improvement Works M56/A5117, for the final couple of months of the project before the opening of the scheme at the end of August 2008. My responsibilites are as follows; to make sure all gangs are suplied with the appropiate paper work, (ie method statements, risk assessments, permits etc), supervise all the setting out engineers, sub contractor supervision, recording of the daily site diary, ensure that all health and safety regulations are upheld, handing over of completed works to the clients representive’s, solve any engineering issues that might occure and any other issues that might arrise during the general running of the site.
This project dealt with a large amount of surfacing, I was also responsible for checking all levels before the next course was laid especially with all the different courses of ashphalt. The surfacing contractor could only continue after the present course had been signed of by myself.

Febuary 2008- April 2008, Daniel Contractors Limited, Site Manager
Client: Welsh Water & Black and Veach

Daniel Contractors have formed a partnership with Black & Veach to construct a new water treatment works in Penybont, Mid West Wales.
As project manager I am responsiable for all activities on site, my every day duties include the following, writing of method statements/risk assesments, client liasance, giving tool box talks and organising ongoing training for all personnel, site inductions, ordering of plant and materials, managing sub contractors, chairing weekly site progress/health & Saftey meetings, working with the on site QS to make sure the project is financially successful, updating the weekly programme and all outstanding health & Saftey matters.
As this is a very high profile project to improve the quality of drinking water to the local community there is no room for a slip up in the programme and the delivery of the works on time.
The scope of works include an underground holding tank constructed from reinforced concrete, a steel framed building with numerous cable trenches and plynths cast into its base, a complicated selection of pipe work at a number of different levels, some gravity flow and some pumped all in a small area of works, 2 No by pass seperator tanks and a number of small concrete pads spread over the site. After all the infrastructures have been installed there is construction of a surface water system to be built then the reinstatement of tarmacked carriageways.

July 2007-January 2008, United Utilities, Project Manager

Client: Lafarge Agregates.

Lafarge agregates have contracted United Utilities to lay the gas, water, electric and B.T.supplies in one multi utility trench to there new plasterboard factory in FerryBridge. My role is to leaise between the sub contractors, asset owners and the client. As part of the route taken is through FerryBridge power station great care and health and saftey regulations are very important.
I had to organise all the connections to the medium pressure gas main by the asset owners approved contractor, and like wise for the water, electric and B.T. connections.
The programme was very important in this project as every day that was lost in the programme was a day later that the factory could start producing plasterboard and causing the client great expensives.
A large part of this project was in a major carriage way, I was also responsible for making sure all the resurfacing works were carried out to specification and then needed to sign them off to the local authority highways inspector.

April 2007-July 2007
Doing contract work for various civil engineering contractors, mainly covering for sick and holiday leave of there employers.
Because of my varied background and work experience I was able to adapt into an ongoing project for short periods to cover for permament staff on leave.

January 2006 – April 2007, Morgan Est. Site Agent/QS.
Working on the Amp 4 project (waste water)

Client: United Utilities
This is a joint venture with two large contractors forming a partnership so they can cover all aspects of engineering that is needed to take on a project of this caliber.
Since January I have been involved in a couple of mini projects and QS assignments, firstly I was responsiable for arranging for trial holes to be dug and recorded all over the NW, this included arranging for gangs to be set up, recording all there results and passing over the information over to the design team. I had to make sure all health & Saftey regulations were being kept at all times and liasance with local authorities for road closures.
The results of these trial holes were very important because the new pipe work was designed around the results that I supplied.
My second position was to manage a large emergency repair of a collapsed 300mm foul sewer at an invert of 6 metres, on top of the foul sewer pipe sat an 800mm concrete surface water pipe.
When I first arrived on site the whole carriagway had collapsed, so my first thoughts was to make it safe for the general public and get the whole area fenced off, secondly provissions had to be made for over pumping the live foul sewer and surface water lines, this was done by a number of super silent 6” pumps that pumped the water from the upstream manholes, by passed the damage and discharged into the down stream manholes.
After excavating and making the dig safe by using interlocking sheet piles and frames, we could carry out an investigation of the cause of the problem, the results were that the foul sewer collapsed making a void below the surface water, then the surface water collapsed and all the back fill got washed down the 800mm pipe and eventually the road collapsed.
With the depth that we were working at we were below the water line and a de-watering system had to be installed.
The entire road needed to be resurfaced to highway specification, I needed to check all levels of the courses of ashphalt before the sub contractor could continue, then the road was signed of by myself and the local authority highways inspector.
I was responsible for all activities, H&S, plant, labour and materials, and also trying to reopen the road in the shortest time as possiable, I also communicated with local residents keeping them informed.
I have managed a open cut pipe laying project, laying 1200mm pipes through public highways and fields in the Ashton In Makerfield area, in this project we also had a small section of pipe jacking to do involving sinking shafts for the thrust and reception pits. As mentioned above I was responsiable for all site activities and H&S.
My present assignment is to organise all the H&S files, As-Laid drawings, snagging lists and CCTV camera surveys for all the projects we have completed since January and liase with the commercial team, so that we can hand the final accounts over to the client and hopefully get paid.
As the client is a government run body all the paper work has to be correct and in order before any monies are credited to us.

June 2005-January 2006, Ascot Environmental. Site Agent.
Preparing a landfill site from an existing clay quarry.
Client: Mersey Waste. Project size: approx £2 million.
I was responsible for the every day running of the site.
The site is located in North Wales, just south of Wrexham. My normal duties include the following:
Being responsible for and making sure all H&S regulations are carried out to the highest level, this being checked by an outside contractor on a bi-monthly basis.
Bringing in all sub-contractors and any other personnel that might be necessary on site.
Recording all work hours of operatives and plant.
Complying a weekly cost spreadsheet that is presented to the client on a regular basis.
Chairing weekly H&S and progress meetings.
Recording all quantities for invoicing the client and checking sub contractors.
Keeping the project to programme.
Maintenance of cabins and clients prelim requirements.
Client/contract liason.
Reducing wastage on site.

The aim of this project is to construct a land fill site from an old clay quarry; the site is spread over a large area (approx 70000sqm). The majority of the work is earth movement using large plant. (Dumper trucks, excavators, bulldozers and compactors.) The remainder of the activities are infrastructure works, ranging from drainage, ducting, foul sewers, concrete pads and building a weigh bridge.

December 2004-June 2005, Westshield ltd. Site Agent.
I hold the role of multi site engineer, a brief description of my responsiabilities are as follows.
.Maintenance of cabins and clients prelim requirements
.Client/contract liason
.Setting out and management of all on site activities
.Measurement and ordering of materials
.Contract administration
.Control of plant and labour with its proper usage
.Ensuring company health & safety policy is adhered to at all times
.Reducing wastage on site
.Keeping accurate daily allocation sheets & diary sheets

The projects that I have been involved in are as follows:
1. Kirklees ducting project, 8KM of ducting work for broadband connections in schools in West Yorkshire. Project value £300,000, contract period of 14 weeks.
2. Road calming scheme for Leeds Local Authority, forming a 20mph speed limit restriction in a built up area, erecting road humps, speed tables and new road layouts. Project value £250,000, contract period of 8 weeks.
3. Westliegh Home Zone, drainage works and newroad layouts with new footways and carriageways for Wigan local Authority. Project value £450,000, contract period of 20 weeks.
4. Road Plateau scheme for Bradford Local Authority, constructing new road plateaus and traffic islands on a busy main road in the centre of Bradford. Project value £250,000, contract period 6 weeks.

October 2002-June 2004, Chaim Israeli and Sons. Project/Site Manager.
6 roads including drainage, sewage, cable, water, electric and telephone systems. New pavements with light posts and tarmac ked roads. All these roads pre existed and had to be dismantled. A £2m project.

March 2002-October 2002, Biri Barashi. Site Manager. 12 kilometers of railway line, including dismantling existing line (built by the British between 1926-1948), the project consisted of earth movement and building of new embankments with all the different layers, 2 bridges and 6 large drainage culverts. Building trenches for communication cables along the whole length of the line. A £1.5m project.

January2001-February 2002, Ram Engineering. Site Manager. 6 kilometres of railway line including dismantling existing line (built by the British between 1926-1948), the project consisted of earth movement and building of new embankments with all the different layers, 1 bridge and 4 large drainage culverts. Building trenches for communication cables along the whole length of the line. A £1m project.

July 2000-January 2001, Y.Y.Y.S. Project Manager/Surveyor.
Building a new junction near Ramla. The project consisted of 2x4 metre under pass, street lighting, earth works and laying of new tarmac. £200k project.

May 2000-July 2000, private surveying office. Surveyor. Building of a new experimental concrete road. Worked as a stand in surveyor because there was too much pressure on the current surveyor. Paid on a daily rate.

April 1999-May2000, Or Hitec. Surveyor. Measurement of 300 houses for local authorities to determine what band of poll tax the tenant has to pay. A project for which there was a need to produce a computer plan of each house in dwg format. Paid by the metre.

October 1998-March 1999, Sola Boneh. Surveyor.
Widening a single carriageway road into a duel carriageway with a centre reservation, I was in charge of all the surveying work and quantity calculations. A £2m project.

April 1997-October 1998. Freelance Surveyor.
Working for small private contractors, doing mainly setting out work and quantity calculations.

January 1994-April1997, Iraz Surveyors office Surveyor.
The following projects were carried out whilst I was employed at the above mentioned surveyors office.
Development of plots for a new industrial area including roads boundary walls and all infrastructure works.

Access road to tunnel underneath part of Jerusalem, including controlled explosions and setting of piles.

Access road to new shopping centre, with controlled explosions and deep terraces, as the road was planned in the middle of a steep hill side.

Development of a new housing estate with a 100 plots of land to build houses on and 4 roads. work including all major facilities (eg: sewers, drains, telephone, cable,electric and water lines), and a swimming pool.

8 kilometres of new road in a rocky area, this project consisted of many controlled explosions and a large amount of earth movement.

6 kilometres of railway line, including dismantling existing line, the project consisted of earth movement and building of new embankments.
New dual carriageway road with central reservation, including drainage system and pavements.

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Qualified Site Manager, (certificate issued by the Ministry of Labour).
Technical Building Engineer(English equivilent HND) Studies at Tel-Aviv College of Technology . A copy of the syllabus in English is available on request.
Course of Quality Surveying at the Technion Haifa,1992.(external studies).
Course Civilcad,1999.
Construction design management (CDM).
CSCS management card.
Clean water card.

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Microsoft Office
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]


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Civil Project Manager, Senior Engineer, Site Manager, Surveyor, Carillion Roads UK
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