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Dates Companies Important Positions Held
Type of Work Performed
       
1958 - 1974 Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company Chemical Engineer, Testing Lab
Staff Supervisor, Machinery Div.
Research Specialist, Research Div.
R&D studies of marine materials and processes with specific expertise in the formulation or selection of plastics, elastomers, and adhesives for use in marine service.
Creation and evaluation of alternative facility layouts using operations analysis techniques that allowed selection of production processes and major equipment selections for the company's new shipbuilding facility to construct LNG Carriers and Ultra-Large Crude Carriers.
1974 - 1976 John J. McMullen Associates Program Manager
Shipyard design and development, especially for the government of Curacao. The analysis of shipyard operations to determine needed facility improvements to enhance productivity for the four shipyards of The American Shipbuilding Company. Claims defense support for the U.S. Navy.
1976 - 1978 Independent Consultant Consultant
General shipyard consulting primarily in steel fabrication planning, manufacturing and production systems and productivity analysis. 
1978 - 1982 Levingston Shipbuilding Company Program Manager
Director, Operations Control
Organized and developed an Industrial Engineering and a Facilities Engineering function. Program Manager for a major Maritime Administration R&D contract involving extensive analysis of Japanese shipbuilding techniques and practices. Inaugurated a system of pre-outfitting for new construction cargo ships and offshore drilling rigs. Reorganized production control and material control systems.
1982 - 1985 Robert E. Derecktor of Rhode Island, Inc. Manager, Central Planning
Director, New Business Development
Responsible for production planning, inventory control, and production control for a $350 million, 9-ship, new construction program. Responsible for developing new business, master scheduling and manpower planning for all new work, coordinating new construction and ship repair proposals and bids. Developed and maintained CPM networks and assisted in development of Requests for Equitable Adjustment on the U.S.C.G. WMEC 270 program.
1985 - 1986 Independent Consultant Consultant
General shipyard consulting primarily in areas of production planning, scheduling and production control.
1986 - 1987 Eastern Marine, Inc. Data Manager
Program Manager
Data and program management of several contracts while company was in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Developed and maintained CPM networks and schedules used for production control and contract billing. Upon contract end, assisted in data analysis and preparation of REA's. Responsibilities included: budget performance evaluation to cost and schedule, schedule and manpower analysis of CPM networks, schedule delay impact and responsibility allocation, technical analysis of contract requirements vs. work actually performed, constructive change identification, entitlement, and impact assessment, formal change impact assessment.
1987 - 1990 Building Services Unlimited, Inc. Program Manager
Vice President
Responsible for all contract administration, technical, QA and personnel administrative direction and subcontractor control for a major facilities support contract.  Responsible for proposal development, administrative management, information systems and accounting functions for an 8(a) small business providing facilities and hazardous waste management services to the Government and industry.
1990 - 2001 Contralytics Corporation Principal Consultant and Vice President
Contract analysis, identification and quantification of contract impacting events (formal and constructive changes), schedule and disruption analysis and quantification, and claims preparation and defense for shipyards and ship owners. General shipyard consulting.
2002 - 2009 Independent Consultant Consultant
Contract analysis, identification and quantification of contract impacting events, claims preparation, and claims defense principally utilizing CPM scheduling and delay analysis.

 

 


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