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Name : David millner
Industry Type : Architect
City & State : New York, NY
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DAVID J.  MILLNER, R.A., M.U.D, M.B.A.,C.F.M  


Architecture, Facilities Engineering, Project Management     


 


EDUCATION:


 


BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE, JUNE 1974: Cash Thesis Award from the Women's Auxiliary Architects, AIA, "Low Rise High Density Housing for Edgemere North, Queens" City College of New York, School of Architecture.


MASTER'S OF URBAN DESIGN, JUNE 1977: Thesis on Cluster Development. City  University of New York, Urban Design Program.


MBA in FINANCE,MAY 1983: Thesis on Cooperative Apt. Share Allocation Modeling. Bernard Baruch Graduate Business School. CUNY


ARCHITECTURAL LICENSES: State of New York License No.13928, State of New Jersey No.11591.


CERTIFIED FACILITIES MANAGER International Facilities Management Association IFMA


NYC/NYS ASBESTOS INVESTIGATOR, 1988: TO PRESENT


 


WORK EXPERIENCE:


 


NYC DCAS/DRES /BACS- ASST. DIRECTOR JULY 2009 TO June 2010:


Relocation, acquisition of properties, new leases and construction contracts for all City Leased space for all Mayoral agencies. Agencies currently working on include Finance, Aging, DOiTT, Community Boards, Consumer Affairs, CCRB, CFB, OLR, Homeless Svcs., Parks, OATH, DEP, DOC. Staff: Three architects & one Draftswomen.


 


NYC ACS HEADSTART/ FACILITIES- ARCHITECT JULY 2004 TO JULY 2009:


 


Construction management and renovation to 250 Head Start facilities for seventy-five Delegate Agencies throughout the city servicing over 20M children. Staff: Two project managers, one architect and three clerical. Lease negotiations, real estate purchase analysis, upgrades. New construction, renovations and maintenance.


 


QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE-CAMPUS FACILITY OFFICER


DECEMBER 2003 TO JUNE 2004


 


Oversee Campus wide construction projects, and mandates from the City University of New York. Capital Improvement Projects, Purchase of furniture, fixtures and equipment. Oakland Art Gallery Renovation, Mall restoration& Theatre. Staff: Architect, Engineer, draftsman and a secretary.


 


NYC SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY-PROJECT OFFICER II


MARCH 1998 TO JANUARY 2003.


 


Construction management of school construction project in school districts 1 & 2 Manhattan. PS 64, 6, 110 and Washington Irving HS window replacements. HS Graphic Communications escalator replacement. Domestic piping at Wash.Irving. Boiler conversions and heating plant upgrades IS 17, PS 51, IS751,JHS 60 PS 61. Roofing IS 25, JHS 131, IS 10/PS200. Install Elevators [at] HSWIRV, HSLPS. Install Fire alarms at all Manhattan High Schools.


 


 


 


DAVID J. MILLNER, ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS PRINCIPAL: OCTOBER 1990 TO MARCH 1998.


Architecture, Facilities Planning, Construction management and asbestos Inspections, Building Department Filings, Lease Negotiations, Space Analysis, HVAC and Structural Engineering. Clients include Corporations, Non-profit Organizations, Apartment Buildings and Individuals in NY & NJ. Preparation  of drawings, specifications, asbestos investigations, windstorm & building inspections, cost estimates, and expediting services for new projects, renovations.


 


MARTA Construction Inc.-VICE PRESIDENT Incorporated May 1991 to 1998


Design-Build for clients and general construction or construction management. Major projects include Olga Benitez Medical Offices, Derech Emunoh Restoration, 37-74 103rd Street Restoration, JAC, JMC, Kings and Sunnyside Pharmacies, Millner Residence, Park Inn alterations, 


 


YMCA OF GREATER NEW YORK-CORPORATE OFFICE : CORPORATE


EXECUTIVE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: JULY 1989-OCTOBER 1990


Construction Management, Maintenance and Design for the twenty-four Metropolitan area branches. Annual maintenance and capital construction budgeting, procurement and coordination of architects, engineers, contractors and consultants for major projects, i.e. Westside Y residences, Vanderbilt Y renovation and addition. Four exempt and four nonexempt reports. Responsibility included training and supervision of branch superintendents, headquarter operations staff, and our own HVAC, and maintenance mechanics. Provided in-house service for filing work with all municipal agencies.


 


CHEMICAL BANK- CONSUMER BANK: METROPOLITAN BRANCHES


VICE PRESIDENT BRANCH REAL ESTATE: February 1987 to April 1989


 


Construction Management, maintenance and facilities management for the ninety-eight Metropolitan area branches in Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx. Direct reports were five official and eight clerical staff in charge of cleaning, HVAC, repairs and new construction. Responsibilities included lease review and negotiation, design development, implementation of branch standards, disposition or consolidation of existing branches banks; compliance with all regulatory agencies; roll-out of ATM's, branch automation and technology products. Negotiations with Local 32B&J to save $300M per year on branch cleaning contracts. Implemented Auto Cad training for staff. Standardized drawings and contracts.


 


AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY-WORLD FINANCIAL CENTER


SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER: April 1983 to February 1987


 


Corporate architect, one of a team of four in-house professionals who directed the  design and construction management of their corporate headquarters. Provided financial analysis of various furniture/construction systems, move out schedules, construction cash flow projections, coordination of departmental programming with the individual AMEX units and acted as liaison to our architectural and engineering consultants. Provided RFP's for the physical fitness centers, mailroom and TV studio. Preparation and review of all change orders to base building construction, and operating expenses shared with Olympia and York, the project developers. Achieved a savings $3 million on $15 million worth of  change orders.


 


DREXEL BURNHAM LAMBERT INC.-FACILITIES PLANNING SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER:  September 1981 to March 1983:


Management and coordination of all construction projects for their New York Headquarters and forty branches,  nationwide. Monthly budget averaged $1 million. Responsibilities included supervision of 2 Project managers, 8 Architects, 3 Interior Designers, review of all design, working drawings, contracts, budgets, specs project staffing and scheduling. Reduced Chicago branch costs by $75M (13%).


 


YMCA OF GREATER NEW YORK-METROPOLITAN OFFICE


DIRECTOR OF PROJECTS MANAGEMENT: October 1979 to August 1981


Implementation of all facility improvements at the twenty-four Metropolitan area branches. Responsibilities included all design, filing and construction management  of projects over $100,000. Oversight of external consultants, budget approvals, code compliance, supplies acquisition, and contract administration and closeout. Budgets averaged $30M per month. Member of the Property and Plant Committee. Produced direct savings of $8M per month to the Association by doing work in-house. Reported to VP Properties, Mr. Paul Kendall.


 


ROGERS, BURGUN, SHAHINE AND DESCHLER ARCHITECTS


PROJECT ARCHITECT: April 1979 to October 1979


Preliminary design and zoning analysis for the future home of Morgan Guaranty Bank on Broad and Wall Streets in Manhattan. Responsibilities included optimization of zoning bonus, building codes, facades and space analysis. Renovate Brooklyn hospital.


 


NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY- MANAGEMENT SECTION


ARCHITECT: June 1978 to April 1979


Preparation of designs, contract drawings and bid packages for various projects in the projects, included renovations, repairs, and maintenance.


 


HOWARD P. HOFFMAN ASSOCIATES-REAL ESTATE PLANNING CONSULTANTS:  SENIOR PLANNER: February 1975 to May 1978.


Building inspection, market and site analysis for corporate plants and facilities nationwide. Provide environmental reports, zoning analysis and cost estimates for adaptive reuse to plants and properties across the country. Assist client to rezone, market, or lease property in with governmental planning approvals and recommendations. Projects included conversion to residential and commercial [at] Anaconda Hastings-on-Hudson 1800 condominium apartments. Land planning for 4,000 acres of McDonald-Douglas property [at] Rancho Cordova CA, Land planning and zoning of 1,000 acres Flynnco United Nuclear property in Pawling N.Y. Disposition of the Bethlehem fabrication steel plant Pottstown PA., Insilco and Chase Brass plants, CONN,  Federal Paperboard Boston MA, and Phelps Dodge in Cranberry N.J.


 


NYC HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION- MITCHELL LAMA HOUSING PRODUCTION; COLLEGE AIDE ARCHITECT: September 1970 to June 1974


Coordination and review of plans for high rise reinforced concrete construction of middle-income subsidized housing. Projects included Ruppert Towers, Midtown Plaza, Manhattan Plaza, Phipps House, Confucius Plaza, Borinquan Houses, Seaview Towers, etc.


 


PERSONAL:


President CCNY Architecture Alumni 1990 to 1995 & current board member.


Membership Chairman: IFMA 1991 to 1993 & current member


Current Board Member: New York Society of Architects; Rockaway Development & Revitalization Corporation.






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