Name : Sigmund A. Jordan
Industry Type : General Contractors - Managers
City & State : New York, NY
Job Title Senior Contracts Manager
Relocation Preferences : No
Objective : To be a relevant participant that adds value in the Heavy Construction and/or Development arenas.
Resume :  
EXPERIENCE:rnrnrn2013 2014 Tutor Perini Civil Group, New Rochelle, NYrnSenior Contracts ManagerrnrnProvide seamless integration of information and to mitigate pending issues with Owner and Contractor to facilitate the execution of multiple contracts. rnrnProject:Hudson Yards DevelopmentrnOwner: The Related CosrnContract #:Hudson Yards Platform (HYP) rnPackage Total:$510 Million GMPrnPosition:Senior Contracts ManagerrnDuties:Manage Contracts, Procurement, Budgeting and Cash Flow relationship with Owner and Vendors. Performed internal Project Risk Assessments and generate executive reports.rnrn2009 2013 Dicon, Inc., South OrangernPresidentrnrnFounded firm in nineteen hundred and eighty-eight(1988) to perform heavy and highway civil infrastructure projects. Performed all executive level functions including but not limited to business development, contract negotiation and execution. Manage Legal and Accounting teams to implement the companys long term strategy to gain market share while becoming a focus competitor and improving margins.rnrn2006 2009Skanska USA Civil Northeast Inc. Whitestone, NY Contracts Manager:rnrnWorked with the firms Joint Venture Consortium (Phoenix Constructors JV) consisting of partners Fluor Enterprises, Slattery Skanska, Bovis Lend Lease and Granite Construction Northeast. This JV is tasked with performing all site preparation work to accommodate the construction of three 110 stories Towers and a Performing Arts Center designed by four of the worlds most renowned Architects and constructed under the auspices of one of Manhattans prolific Real Estate Developer and Public Agency.rnrnThe three office towers, developed by Silverstein Properties and designed by world-renowned Pritzker-prize winning architects Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, and Fumihiko Maki, will rise along the site's eastern edge.rnrnProject:World Trade Center Transportation HubrnNew York CityrnOwner:The Port Authority of New York & New JerseyrnContract Amount:$2.7 to $3.4 Billion (NY Times - February 9th, 2008)rnrn2008 2009Contract #: PCP 224.480 & WTC 284.458GC Packages#: 4, 4B, 4C &9 All East Bathtub Contracts rnPackage Total:$422 Million +rnPosition:Contracts ManagerrnDuties:Manage the Joint Venture relationships with Owners, Designers,rnConsultants and other Stake Holders in this capacity. Also, manage all Change Management, Claims and Contract issues with Owners Representatives to successfully close out packages.rnrnrn2006 2009Contract #:WTC 284.458GCrnPackage #4:Eastside Basement, Basement Walls and ExcavationrnPackage Amount:$305 Million + Position:Package ManagerrnDuties:Manage a team of engineers and construction professionals to overseernthe engineering & construction of various activities which includes but are not limited to the 1500LF long & 85LF deep Slurry Wall, Excavate areas to accommodate the foundation for the three towers and disposing of approximately 500,000CY of soil, Instrumentation System tornmonitor vertical, horizontal and rotational displacement of adjacent structures such as residential & commercial high rises and MTA Subway Tunnels. Manage the installation of Mechanical, Electrical, Fire Suppression and other specialty systems. Also managernconstructions activities such as Utility Relocation, Secant Pile Walls, Jet Grouting, Temporary Dewatering and Demolition of Structures.rnrn2006 2007Contract #:WTC 284.458GCrnPackage #9:Underpinning of the 1&9 Subway TunnelrnPackage Amount:$83 Million +rnPosition:Package ManagerrnDuties:Manage the engineering & construction of structural elements neededrnto act as a system to support the one thousand foot (1000 Ft) longrnexisting 1&9 Subway Tunnel during excavation and facilitating therncontinuous movement of the subway cars and rail transportation ofrnNYC passengers in and out of the downtown financial district.rnrnrnJudlau Contracting Inc., Queens, NY Project ManagerrnManage firms relationships with Owners and Designers. Also, manage construction and supervisory personnel to facilitate project completion. Performed Senior Managerial duties including but not limited to budgeting & job costing, sub-contractor selection/evaluation, initial scope review for preparation of sub-contracts, CPM Scheduling and change orders negotiation. Additional responsibility includes all day to day operational endeavors for the various projects.rnrnrn2004 2006Project:E-31274 Vent Plant 6340 (60A) Rehabilitation and Construction ofrnSubstation Enclosure at Lafayette Ave. & Rockwell Place, Bklyn.,rnNYrnOwner:MTA New York City TransitrnContract Amount:$48 Million+rnPosition:Project ManagerrnDuties:Manage the engineering & construction of work which included MPT,rnUtility Relocation, Secant Pile Walls, Soldier Pile & Lagging, Carefulrn& Deep Excavations, Support of Excavation, Jet Grouting,rnGeotechnical Instrumentation, Street Decking, Temporary Dewatering,rnTemporary Vehicular Bridge & Crane Deck, Contaminated Soil,rnHazardous Material, Structural Steel, Mechanical, Electrical,rnCommunication, Fiber Optic & Architectural.rnrn2002 2004rnProject:rnC-34574 Comprehensive Rehabilitation of White Plains Road LinernBronx Park East to 241st Street Station & 239th Street Yard LeadsrnOwner:MTA New York City TransitrnContract Amount:$195 Million+rnPosition:Assistant Project ManagerrnDuties:rnOversight of daily operation of the projectrnLiaison with the owners on-site representativesrnProject scheduling & Cost controlrnCoordination of Subcontractors & Judlaus work forcernTraining of lower level Project Engineers to insure adequate career developmentrnAreas of work are: MPT, Hazardous Materials, Demolition &rndisposal of elevated train steel structure. Removal &rninstallation of 3rd rail & protection board, Thru-span structural steel: framing, girder reinforcement and web plates & concrete, Track ties & drains. Demolition & disposal of a two story building and train master towers, Demolish and rebuildrn10 suspended station mezzanines. Build new Station Building with elevators & fare equipment. Build 6 station structural steel elevator supports and install new elevators. Remove & replace canopy roof support steel and standing seam roofs. Repair & rebuild 10 station platforms with tactile warning strips. Perform structural steel repairs along 12.0 miles ofrntrack girders and top & bottom tie angles. Remove and replace rocker pins. Build temporary & permanent EDRs. Perform additional work in areas of Utility relocation, Column foundation repairs, excavation, SOE, Architectural, Power, Electrical, Communication and Paintingrnrn2001 2002Project:NYCDOT Contract No. HBCREPL98ArnDetail / Build: Component Rehabilitation of Nine (9) BridgesrnOwner:New York City Department of TransportationrnContract Amount:$10 Million+rnPosition:Project ManagerrnDuties:rnOversight of daily operation of the projectrnLiaison with design representativesrnLiaison with the owners on-site representativesrnProject scheduling & Cost controlrnCoordination of Subcontractors & Judlaus work forcernAreas of work are: Reconstruction of parapet walls, approach slab, expansion joints & sidewalk. Modification to existing super & sub structures, Installation of guard rails, structural steel girders, diaphragm, concrete deck and Soldier pile & lagging. Demolish & dispose of bridge superstructure. Remove & dispose of hazardous materials and contaminated soil. Work over major NYC Parkways, EPA regulated waterways and active NYC bays.rnrn2000 2001Project:E-31012 Pump Rooms Rehabilitationrn12 Locations / Fulton St. Line (IND) BrooklynrnOwner:MTA New York City TransitrnContract Amount:$15Million+rnPosition:Project ManagerrnDuties:rnOversight of daily operation of the projectrnLiaison with the owners on-site representativesrnrnProject scheduling & Cost controlrnCoordination of Subcontractors & Judlaus work forcernAreas of work are: Architectural, Modification to existing structure, Installation of discharge lines & pressure relief manholes, Excavation, Replacement of pumps, controllers, electrical services in new normal & reserved EDRs, communication systemrnrn1995-1999Keystone Construction Corp., Bronx, NY Construction ManagerrnDeveloped and implemented General Construction Program, extending the firms presence intornheavy and highway construction. Responsible for expanding the firms bonding capability from approximately $7 million to $35 million single and $75 million aggregate. Performed Senior Managerial duties including budgeting, job costing, sub-contractor selection/evaluation, preparation of sub-contracts, CPM Scheduling and change orders negotiation. Interfaced with owners representatives allowing the orderly and efficient flow of information, instructions and directions on a daily basis.rnrn1990-1995Dicon, Inc., Newark, NJ Principal/Construction ManagerrnFounded general construction company and completed various projects for the Port Authority of NY & NJ. Established subcontract relationship with TPK Construction Corp. providing estimating and construction management services.rnrn1988-1993TPK Construction Corp., Englewood, NJ Project Manager/EstimatorrnEstimate and secure all construction projects. Supervised construction personnel to facilitaternproject completion. Managed firms relationships with bonding, insurance and legal companies. Instrumental in increasing sales from $2 million to $15 million annually and bonding line from $5 million to $50 million aggregate.rnrn1987-1988NYCDEP-Bureau of Heavy Construction, New York, NY Assistant Civil EngineerrnOwners on site representative, overseeing all construction activities. Coordinated General withrnHVAC, Plumbing and Electrical contractors responsibilities.rnrnEDUCATION: Cornell University The Johnson School of Management, Ithaca, New YorkrnExecutive MBA, May 2012rnrnCity University of New York, City College, New York, NYrnBS Civil Engineering May 1987rnrnREGISTRATIONS: NEW YORK STATE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERrnrnSKILLS:PRIMAVERA: PROJECT PLANNER & EXPEDITION, MICROSOFT PROJECT, PROLOG, HCSS. rnrnAFFILIATIONS: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERSrnDEEP FOUNDATION INSTITUTErnrnRFERENCES: AVAILABLE UPON REQUESTrn

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