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Account Manager, Initial Textiles, n/a

START Date: 
April, 2001
END Date: 
August, 2001

Worked as an account manager for Initial Textiles.

Duties included customer meetings, order taking and dispatch, reconciliations

Construction Manager, Designer, Head of Estimating Department, Planning Engineer, Senior Cost Estimator, Senior Scheduler, Project Manager, Coleman Construction Corporation, Multiple projects across multiple sectors

START Date: 
June, 1983
END Date: 
December, 1986

Coleman Construction Corporation, Chief Estimator, Senior Scheduler, and Senior Project Manager, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
4000

Manager of Construction Department, Charlottesville Lumber Company/Better Living, Multiple Projects

START Date: 
May, 1974
END Date: 
August, 1977

Charlottesville Lumber Company/Better Living, Building Contractor, Manager of Construction Department , Charlottesville, Virginia, 

Oversaw all field operations, including layout of work, scheduling of manpower, ordering materials and equipment and scheduling deliveries.  Studied, set up and maintained safety program, working with O.S.H.A inspectors and regulations. Coordinated subcontractors, in-house construction staff, negotiated contracts, took-off and estimated work, wrote scopes of work, provided p

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