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RICK R. RUSTAD 631 Sunfish Port Hueneme, Ca 93041 Rustad5@hotmail.com SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Formal education, specialized and practical experience have resulted in excellent qualifications as a Project Manager or Superintendent. 25 years of progressive responsibility have developed the following qualities: • Excellent communication skills • Demonstrate proactive problem solving skills • Experience in the public contract code arena • Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment • Familiarity with reviewing and approving change orders and pay applications. • Ability to resolve coordination conflicts and respond to RFI’s. • Exhibits initiative, responsibility, flexibility and safety programs • Very organized with a systematic approach to tasks to achieve accuracy and efficiency. • Analytical with the ability to examine issues from multiple viewpoints. • Possess a thorough knowledge of construction techniques, sequencing, coordination and scheduling. • Ability to use working knowledge of working environment to meet established goals and objectives. • Proficient in using MS Word and Excel. Experience with project management software systems, Sure-trac, Word & Excel PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Construction Project Manager / X L Consultants, Inc. Huntington Beach, Ca. Developed construction business models for “niche” Caltrans structural engineering contractors with heavy emphasis on performance quality control and assurance. Develop specialized construction production and managerial teams and strategies; Created with “Sure-trac”, “Critical Path Method” scheduling and post procurement budget controls and re-assessments. Designed, using available assets, deep excavation shoring structures and false-work shoring means and methods. SWPP/WPCP/ESA developments, implementations and maintenance of attachments. Designed, implemented and controlled groundwater intrusion and disposals systems. QA/QC paving operations. Commissioned units to dispute (DRB) and mitigation, set up and recycled approx 60K tons ClassII onsite. Tie backed staged excavations (Feb 2004 to current) SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT/ Steve P. Rados, Inc. Santa Ana, California General super for 50 million dollar Water transmission project in Antioch, Ca., including major concrete structures(RCB) to NSF61 standards; Canal water diversions (700cu ft/sec), horizontal boring with extensive earthworks and asphalt paving. Twenty one miles of 42” CMC/CML engineered steel piping with 330 Air Vacs, clean outs and misc. appurtenances, including pressure reduction and boosting stations; Catholic protection by “cad weld” Extensive shoring and deep excavations. Set up and moved several time batch plant (April 2001; Feb 2004) SENIOR-SUPERINTENDENT/ JW Contracting Corona, California Managed field operations and supervised the construction of a Grade Separation including the relocation of major utilities, construction of a BNSF railroad bypass,70 foot deep pump station(30,000 gall/min) and cast in place box Girder Bridge;1.3 miles of various diameter DIP domestic system, 20 tie-ins; 2.25 miles of VCP including collector manholes and lift structures Tie-backs on staged deep excavation (40,000cubic yards) adjacent to railways and steel plate/lagging and “H” beam shoring for abutments, 4,000 cubic yards of architectural treated pour in place Concrete and pump station. Street work overex and CMB with C&G and AC road works(Jan 1999 to April 2001) SUPERINTENDENT- Los Angeles Engineering, Temple City, Calif. Worked with Corp. U.S. Army of Engineers, City, County and State officials in Highway and waterway construction in local southern California projects including a sewer treatment plant including headworks, primary and secondary clarifiers, tertiary and digesters with fouls air pumps and chlorine and ozone inductors, solids drying and compaction unit; Large concrete structures with wave training walls including major bridge modification in the Los Angeles River at Willow St and 405. (Jan 1997 to Dec 1998) -SUPERINTENDENT- Southern California Underground, Brea Calif. Oversee as many as 50 workmen in the construction of flood control channels, major structural storm drains and widening of roads. Sewer, storm drain and waterworks. Provide adequate team to layout, excavate/shore do formwork, place concrete, strip forms, assure curing and completely build various concrete structures, such as lift (pump) stations and bridges, in conformance with county and State specifications. Deal with labor, management and inspector to ensure timely project completion. Maintain procurement records and order materials as necessary. Provide accurate employee time keeping for payroll and cost analysis by main office. Exhibit professional competence by coordinating company functions on job site and by working in cooperation with agency representatives. (1990 to Dec 1996). -PRESIDENT – R&M Concrete Forms Inc., Westminster, California Furnished, supplied or produced materials to fully meet agency contracts. Constructed various concrete structures, roadways, retaining walls and water control channels throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Specialized in difficult terrains and odd or skewed angles. Also handled all necessary book and paperwork to control a $12 million a year company. (1985 to 1990) . -SUPERINTENDENT- Kluge Construction Orange, California Supervised as many as 100 men during peak operation periods. Handled all phases of concrete construction, meeting all State, County and local regulations. Poured in place buildings, vaults, cells and concrete structures such as roadways, waterways and bridges, (1975 to 1985) EDUCATION Graduate Bolsa Grande High School Garden Grove California 1973 11 counties Carpenters Apprenticeship Program 1973 Bi lingual English/ Spanish Willing to relocate Member Engineering and Utilities Contractors Association Red Cross First Aid / CPR Trench Shoring Competent Person ACI versed Scaffold Erection and assembly competent person Fall Protection Competent Person “Word”, “Excel”, “PowerPoint”, “Sure-trac”, “Project” Rick R. Rustad 631 Sunfish Port Hueneme, Ca 93041 Rustad5@hotmail.com Projects: Most recently, The San Clemente Railroad corridor grade separation and elevated boardwalk Prefabricated PCC undercrossing and steel truss boardwalk with CIDH with extreme SWPP,ESA and public convenience issues; time constrained heavy excavation and shoring; Contact Tom Boneguin, city engineer at (949)279-9744or Jim Jilk, John S. Meek, Co. (310) 830-6323 These are a few of the E mail addresses of some of the more important Caltrans R.E.s I have dealt with in the last couple of years gilbert_trujillo@dot.ca.gov, District 7,Playa vista Lincoln Ave Highway 1 widening project’ heavy excavation and shoring Reinforced Concrete box across staged highway multi-lane construction, and bypass road ways; Contaminated waters and soils removals and disposals; 8k yd3 PCC; 30,000cubic yard of earthwork, including aerial deposited lead, PCC pavement removal and replacements dave_derosier@dot.ca.gov, Fort Bragg, Ca., District 0ne Bridge rail retro fit , polyester overlay and traffic bypass; extreme SWPP and environmental protection mitigations shujonmao.vca@gmail.com ; william_kiel@dot.ca.gov; rene_figueroa@dot.ca.gov; Rene Figueroa, P.E. Resident Engineer Department of Transportation(MS-222) 817 Sweetwater Road Spring Valley, CA 91977Office: 619-697-2439Cell: 858-688-1551Fax: 619-697-7182 bridge modifications, structural retrofits, polyester overlays, type 60 barrier rail, expansion joint replacements; MGBR and earthworks- george_navarrete@dot.ca.gov; alejandro_lara@dot.ca.gov; District 3 structural modifications to bridge decks and hinge joints, August 2001 to November 2003 Multi-purpose Pipeline Project, Antioch, California Worked with the Contra Costa Water District and URS Consultants to construct twenty one miles of seismic CMC/CML water transmission line through five different municipalities. Project also includes extensive earth works paved access roads through entire project. Additionally constructed water bearing transmission structure 2,700 lineal feet long while diverting the Contra Costa Canal (70 cubic feet per second volume). 13 tunnels under major intersections with heavy (deep) excavation and shoring structures. (84,000 cubic yards);Extensive SWPP and ESA. Please call Mr. Jon Bendz, URS, resident engineer for MPP currently Assistant Construction Manager for Montgomery Watson, at (916) 338-3110 of (916) 439-6711(cell) April’01 to August ‘01 The expansion of plant #2 Eastern Municipal Water District, Temecula California, (from 8MGD to 12MGD) Completed rough grade and shoring work, constructed Foul air containment rooms with pumps, Headworks(with mechanical grit removal systems), primary and secondary Clarifiers, tertiary filtration system and chlorine rooms and pumps, Jim Pleasants, formerly of JW contracting(then VP of operations) (951)674-1457 Jan ‘99 to April ’01 -The Highlands Ave Grade Separation: Fullerton, California Worked with the city of Fullerton to construct a shoofly railroad bypass, including working with railroad Caltrans inspectors completing a multi phased excavation and construction schedule, which included 4,000 cubic yards of architecturally treated retaining walls, and a two million gallon pump station and a box girder railroad bridge with associated deep excavations, extreme shoring, street surfacing, and extensive utility relocation. Heavy SWPP Please Contact: Murdock Miralle (City Engineer) @ (714)-738-6866 Dec ’97 to Dec ’98 -Retrofit & Capacity Enhancement of the Juripa Community Services Sewage Treatment Plant: Work Included massive excavation and construction of two 5 million gallon holding basins (PCC Lined) CML/CMC steel pipe for domestic waters and DIP for treated waters, a large pump station shored, and constructed 30 feet below water tables. Contact: Wally Franz (Construction Engineer) @ (951)-686-1070; or email: wally.franz@webbassociates.com May ’97 to Dec ‘97 -Modifications to the Willow Street & Del Amo Ave. Bridges: Army Corps of Engineers Massive (30 high 400 foot long, 5 foot thick) PCC wave training wall, and Footings with 300 steam driven piles. Work included waterway diversions cofferdams though the winter storm season. Contact: Angus O’Brien (President of Los Angeles Engineering) @ (626)-454-5222ext 201 Nov ’96 to Apr ‘97 -Central Avenue Drain Unit 11, Ventura County Public Works: Work Consisted of Earthen channel works, concrete structures,120 inch RCP, Rip Rap structures, AC & CAB road works, slope works, and misc. restorations, also included a successful acceleration clause. Contact: Mori Sedeyan (Chief Engineer) @ (805)-654-2903 Dec’95 to July ‘96 -Devonshire Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control District: Major work consisted of approximately 3,000 lineal feet of RCP90”diameter, and larger, all related connectors and laterals for a total of 106 catch basins. Also included all paving, and extensive restorations. Contact: Greg Weiss (Project Manager) (818)-444-3800-619610 (your area code + number, then #). June ’95 to Dec ‘95 -Paula Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control: Work consisted of 1,700 lineal feet 96” RCP major outlet structure on L.A. River 57 catch basins, restorations, and successful acceleration clause. Contact: Bob Parsons (Resident Engineer) @ (818)-444-3800-608630 Dec ’94 to Apr ‘95 -Burnet Drain Unit 1, Los Angeles County Flood Control: Work consisted of several major concrete structures, Reinforced Concrete Box, with 120 inch and 102inch’ RCP, also PCC paving, and severe traffic control, and restorations. Contact: Greg Weiss (Project Engineer,(818) 444-3800-619610 July ’94 to Oct ‘94 -Susana Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control District: This Project consisted to sets of Double Reinforced Concrete boxes approx. 2,700 lineal feet, Including AC, PCC paving and misc. laterals. Contact: James Cathay (Chief Field Operations) @ (626)-688-8270 or home (562)-598-3737

Hazardous Materials Removal Worker

Port Hueneme, CA

About Me

Industry:

Construction & Extraction

Occupation:

Hazardous Materials Removal Worker

Highlights:

RICK R. RUSTAD 631 Sunfish Port Hueneme, Ca 93041 Rustad5@hotmail.com SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Formal education, specialized and practical experience have resulted in excellent qualifications as a Project Manager or Superintendent. 25 years of progressive responsibility have developed the following qualities: • Excellent communication skills • Demonstrate proactive problem solving skills • Experience in the public contract code arena • Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment • Familiarity with reviewing and approving change orders and pay applications. • Ability to resolve coordination conflicts and respond to RFI’s. • Exhibits initiative, responsibility, flexibility and safety programs • Very organized with a systematic approach to tasks to achieve accuracy and efficiency. • Analytical with the ability to examine issues from multiple viewpoints. • Possess a thorough knowledge of construction techniques, sequencing, coordination and scheduling. • Ability to use working knowledge of working environment to meet established goals and objectives. • Proficient in using MS Word and Excel. Experience with project management software systems, Sure-trac, Word & Excel PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Construction Project Manager / X L Consultants, Inc. Huntington Beach, Ca. Developed construction business models for “niche” Caltrans structural engineering contractors with heavy emphasis on performance quality control and assurance. Develop specialized construction production and managerial teams and strategies; Created with “Sure-trac”, “Critical Path Method” scheduling and post procurement budget controls and re-assessments. Designed, using available assets, deep excavation shoring structures and false-work shoring means and methods. SWPP/WPCP/ESA developments, implementations and maintenance of attachments. Designed, implemented and controlled groundwater intrusion and disposals systems. QA/QC paving operations. Commissioned units to dispute (DRB) and mitigation, set up and recycled approx 60K tons ClassII onsite. Tie backed staged excavations (Feb 2004 to current) SENIOR SUPERINTENDENT/ Steve P. Rados, Inc. Santa Ana, California General super for 50 million dollar Water transmission project in Antioch, Ca., including major concrete structures(RCB) to NSF61 standards; Canal water diversions (700cu ft/sec), horizontal boring with extensive earthworks and asphalt paving. Twenty one miles of 42” CMC/CML engineered steel piping with 330 Air Vacs, clean outs and misc. appurtenances, including pressure reduction and boosting stations; Catholic protection by “cad weld” Extensive shoring and deep excavations. Set up and moved several time batch plant (April 2001; Feb 2004) SENIOR-SUPERINTENDENT/ JW Contracting Corona, California Managed field operations and supervised the construction of a Grade Separation including the relocation of major utilities, construction of a BNSF railroad bypass,70 foot deep pump station(30,000 gall/min) and cast in place box Girder Bridge;1.3 miles of various diameter DIP domestic system, 20 tie-ins; 2.25 miles of VCP including collector manholes and lift structures Tie-backs on staged deep excavation (40,000cubic yards) adjacent to railways and steel plate/lagging and “H” beam shoring for abutments, 4,000 cubic yards of architectural treated pour in place Concrete and pump station. Street work overex and CMB with C&G and AC road works(Jan 1999 to April 2001) SUPERINTENDENT- Los Angeles Engineering, Temple City, Calif. Worked with Corp. U.S. Army of Engineers, City, County and State officials in Highway and waterway construction in local southern California projects including a sewer treatment plant including headworks, primary and secondary clarifiers, tertiary and digesters with fouls air pumps and chlorine and ozone inductors, solids drying and compaction unit; Large concrete structures with wave training walls including major bridge modification in the Los Angeles River at Willow St and 405. (Jan 1997 to Dec 1998) -SUPERINTENDENT- Southern California Underground, Brea Calif. Oversee as many as 50 workmen in the construction of flood control channels, major structural storm drains and widening of roads. Sewer, storm drain and waterworks. Provide adequate team to layout, excavate/shore do formwork, place concrete, strip forms, assure curing and completely build various concrete structures, such as lift (pump) stations and bridges, in conformance with county and State specifications. Deal with labor, management and inspector to ensure timely project completion. Maintain procurement records and order materials as necessary. Provide accurate employee time keeping for payroll and cost analysis by main office. Exhibit professional competence by coordinating company functions on job site and by working in cooperation with agency representatives. (1990 to Dec 1996). -PRESIDENT – R&M Concrete Forms Inc., Westminster, California Furnished, supplied or produced materials to fully meet agency contracts. Constructed various concrete structures, roadways, retaining walls and water control channels throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Specialized in difficult terrains and odd or skewed angles. Also handled all necessary book and paperwork to control a $12 million a year company. (1985 to 1990) . -SUPERINTENDENT- Kluge Construction Orange, California Supervised as many as 100 men during peak operation periods. Handled all phases of concrete construction, meeting all State, County and local regulations. Poured in place buildings, vaults, cells and concrete structures such as roadways, waterways and bridges, (1975 to 1985) EDUCATION Graduate Bolsa Grande High School Garden Grove California 1973 11 counties Carpenters Apprenticeship Program 1973 Bi lingual English/ Spanish Willing to relocate Member Engineering and Utilities Contractors Association Red Cross First Aid / CPR Trench Shoring Competent Person ACI versed Scaffold Erection and assembly competent person Fall Protection Competent Person “Word”, “Excel”, “PowerPoint”, “Sure-trac”, “Project” Rick R. Rustad 631 Sunfish Port Hueneme, Ca 93041 Rustad5@hotmail.com Projects: Most recently, The San Clemente Railroad corridor grade separation and elevated boardwalk Prefabricated PCC undercrossing and steel truss boardwalk with CIDH with extreme SWPP,ESA and public convenience issues; time constrained heavy excavation and shoring; Contact Tom Boneguin, city engineer at (949)279-9744or Jim Jilk, John S. Meek, Co. (310) 830-6323 These are a few of the E mail addresses of some of the more important Caltrans R.E.s I have dealt with in the last couple of years gilbert_trujillo@dot.ca.gov, District 7,Playa vista Lincoln Ave Highway 1 widening project’ heavy excavation and shoring Reinforced Concrete box across staged highway multi-lane construction, and bypass road ways; Contaminated waters and soils removals and disposals; 8k yd3 PCC; 30,000cubic yard of earthwork, including aerial deposited lead, PCC pavement removal and replacements dave_derosier@dot.ca.gov, Fort Bragg, Ca., District 0ne Bridge rail retro fit , polyester overlay and traffic bypass; extreme SWPP and environmental protection mitigations shujonmao.vca@gmail.com ; william_kiel@dot.ca.gov; rene_figueroa@dot.ca.gov; Rene Figueroa, P.E. Resident Engineer Department of Transportation(MS-222) 817 Sweetwater Road Spring Valley, CA 91977Office: 619-697-2439Cell: 858-688-1551Fax: 619-697-7182 bridge modifications, structural retrofits, polyester overlays, type 60 barrier rail, expansion joint replacements; MGBR and earthworks- george_navarrete@dot.ca.gov; alejandro_lara@dot.ca.gov; District 3 structural modifications to bridge decks and hinge joints, August 2001 to November 2003 Multi-purpose Pipeline Project, Antioch, California Worked with the Contra Costa Water District and URS Consultants to construct twenty one miles of seismic CMC/CML water transmission line through five different municipalities. Project also includes extensive earth works paved access roads through entire project. Additionally constructed water bearing transmission structure 2,700 lineal feet long while diverting the Contra Costa Canal (70 cubic feet per second volume). 13 tunnels under major intersections with heavy (deep) excavation and shoring structures. (84,000 cubic yards);Extensive SWPP and ESA. Please call Mr. Jon Bendz, URS, resident engineer for MPP currently Assistant Construction Manager for Montgomery Watson, at (916) 338-3110 of (916) 439-6711(cell) April’01 to August ‘01 The expansion of plant #2 Eastern Municipal Water District, Temecula California, (from 8MGD to 12MGD) Completed rough grade and shoring work, constructed Foul air containment rooms with pumps, Headworks(with mechanical grit removal systems), primary and secondary Clarifiers, tertiary filtration system and chlorine rooms and pumps, Jim Pleasants, formerly of JW contracting(then VP of operations) (951)674-1457 Jan ‘99 to April ’01 -The Highlands Ave Grade Separation: Fullerton, California Worked with the city of Fullerton to construct a shoofly railroad bypass, including working with railroad Caltrans inspectors completing a multi phased excavation and construction schedule, which included 4,000 cubic yards of architecturally treated retaining walls, and a two million gallon pump station and a box girder railroad bridge with associated deep excavations, extreme shoring, street surfacing, and extensive utility relocation. Heavy SWPP Please Contact: Murdock Miralle (City Engineer) @ (714)-738-6866 Dec ’97 to Dec ’98 -Retrofit & Capacity Enhancement of the Juripa Community Services Sewage Treatment Plant: Work Included massive excavation and construction of two 5 million gallon holding basins (PCC Lined) CML/CMC steel pipe for domestic waters and DIP for treated waters, a large pump station shored, and constructed 30 feet below water tables. Contact: Wally Franz (Construction Engineer) @ (951)-686-1070; or email: wally.franz@webbassociates.com May ’97 to Dec ‘97 -Modifications to the Willow Street & Del Amo Ave. Bridges: Army Corps of Engineers Massive (30 high 400 foot long, 5 foot thick) PCC wave training wall, and Footings with 300 steam driven piles. Work included waterway diversions cofferdams though the winter storm season. Contact: Angus O’Brien (President of Los Angeles Engineering) @ (626)-454-5222ext 201 Nov ’96 to Apr ‘97 -Central Avenue Drain Unit 11, Ventura County Public Works: Work Consisted of Earthen channel works, concrete structures,120 inch RCP, Rip Rap structures, AC & CAB road works, slope works, and misc. restorations, also included a successful acceleration clause. Contact: Mori Sedeyan (Chief Engineer) @ (805)-654-2903 Dec’95 to July ‘96 -Devonshire Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control District: Major work consisted of approximately 3,000 lineal feet of RCP90”diameter, and larger, all related connectors and laterals for a total of 106 catch basins. Also included all paving, and extensive restorations. Contact: Greg Weiss (Project Manager) (818)-444-3800-619610 (your area code + number, then #). June ’95 to Dec ‘95 -Paula Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control: Work consisted of 1,700 lineal feet 96” RCP major outlet structure on L.A. River 57 catch basins, restorations, and successful acceleration clause. Contact: Bob Parsons (Resident Engineer) @ (818)-444-3800-608630 Dec ’94 to Apr ‘95 -Burnet Drain Unit 1, Los Angeles County Flood Control: Work consisted of several major concrete structures, Reinforced Concrete Box, with 120 inch and 102inch’ RCP, also PCC paving, and severe traffic control, and restorations. Contact: Greg Weiss (Project Engineer,(818) 444-3800-619610 July ’94 to Oct ‘94 -Susana Drain, Los Angeles County Flood Control District: This Project consisted to sets of Double Reinforced Concrete boxes approx. 2,700 lineal feet, Including AC, PCC paving and misc. laterals. Contact: James Cathay (Chief Field Operations) @ (626)-688-8270 or home (562)-598-3737
 

Education level:

High School/GED

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Port Hueneme, CA

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