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Electrical Contractor, Certified Journeyman Electrician, Worker and Property Safety, Personal Injuries from Electricity, Worker Safety, Work Practice Methods, Personal Protective Equipment PPE, Personal Protective Clothing, Electrocution and Shock, Arc Blast Flash Burns,Fires Caused by Electrical Systems, Asbestos exposure from 1960 s forward, Property Damage From Electricity, Contractor Disputes Defect Issues, Electrical Installation, Electrical Workmanship, Contractor Standard of Care, Contractor Custom and Practice, Claims Evaluations, Claims Entitlement, Claims Damages Evaluations, Electrical Pricing, Electrical Estimating, Electrical Value Audits, Electrical Delay, Electrical Acceleration, Electrical Claim Evaluation,Electrical Safety Matters Training, Electrical Construction Defects, Electrical Worker Safety Audits, Electrical Construction Cost Estimating Value assessment, Electrical Construction Change Order Evaluation
Expert Witness No. 231
Managed and supervised electrical installations on a wide range of construction projects such as the examples listed below under “Projects and Values”.
Estimated, bid and obtained major projects and negotiated favorable contracts.
Effectively managed large project teams to produce quality workmanship, and on time delivery.
Bought out, scheduled, man-loaded and completed major projects on schedule and under budget.
Personally designed electrical systems and provided value engineering savings to customers.
Personally installed electrical power, lighting, utility and process control systems.
Developed “repeat and referral” relationships with clients.
Electrical Industry Work Experience:
Served across the entire spectrum of electrical contracting, maintenance and engineering, with experience ranging from multi-million dollar commercial, industrial and institutional projects, to smaller commercial and residential projects. New construction, modernization, expansion, retrofit, and design/build work.
Held the following positions: Apprentice, Journeyman, Foreman and General Foreman electrician. Superintendent, Project Estimator/ Engineer, Project Manager, Construction Manager, Manager of New Business Development, Vice President, Senior Vice President, Principal and CEO.
Electrical Industry Employment
Naval Shipyard/Long Beach, California
Bethlehem Steel/Maywood, California
Kirkwood Electric Inc./Cerritos, California
KESCO Electric Inc./Cerritos, California
Martin Electric/Buena Park, California
Emcor-Dynalectric/Los Alamitos, California
The accomplishments mentioned above required the following skills:
Interpretation of plans and specifications
Understanding and applying the National Electrical Code
Hands on electrical installation, testing and maintenance.
Electrical engineering, estimating and scheduling.
Purchasing and expediting
Planning and scheduling
Labor and general resource management
Labor productivity tracking and analysis
Billing and job cost accounting
Lien releases and collections
Change order preparation, negotiation and approval
Claims management and resolution
Project close out
Graduate Apprentice Electrician IBEW Local 11, Los Angeles, California
Electrical Contractor and General Building Contractor
California License No. B/C-10 460615 (Since 1984)
Certified Document Technologist by: Construction Specifications Institute
Certified Expert Consultant by: Forensic Consultants Association of Orange County
Toastmasters International “Able Toastmaster” certification.
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Construction Specifications Institute (Former Member)
National Electrical Code instructor for Regional Occupational Program, Anaheim, California.
Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Long Beach City College
Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Los Angeles Trade Technical College
Electrical Codes and Ordinances, Los Angeles Trade Technical College
Forensic Investigation, UCI, Irvine, California
Certified Forensic Consultant, CSULB
California Teaching Credential CSULB (ongoing)
Partial List Of Electrical Projects And Overall Values:
Chemical Plant Expansion – $ 12 m ($300 m)
Stadium Expansion – $ 7 m ($ 50 m)
Federal Savings & Loan Data Center – $ 5 m ($ 40 m)
Aerospace Plant – $ 4 m ($ 35 m)
Petro-Chemical Refinery – $ 3.8 m ($ 30 m)
Major Retail Distribution Center – $ 2.0 m ($ 15 m)
Multi-Family Residential – $ 3.0 m ($ 25 m)
Major Brewery Facility – $ 3.0 m ($ 40 m)
Tire & Rubber Manufacturer – $ 2.0 m ($ 20 m)
High Rise Condominiums – $ 2.0 m ($ 20 m)
Major Resort Hotel – $ 2.5 m ($ 25 m)
Oil Production Secondary Recovery Facility – $ 2.8 m ($ 8 m)
Major Auto Manufacturing Headquarters – $ 1.5 m ($ 10 m)
Historical Church Building Refurbishment – $ 1.0 m ($ 7 m)
University 34KV Distribution Upgrade – $ 1.5 m Prime
Military Complex Co-generation Re-work – $ 1.8 m Prime
USAF Base 34KV Power Retrofit – $ 1.2 m Prime
References provided upon request.