Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development, Uniersity of Maryland, College Park, MD, US, Graduate Assistant
Assist the Program Director of the Real Estate Development Program to ensure that all projects are completed in a timely and efficient manner.
Contracting, Consulting & Engineering, Inc., Annapolis, MD, US, Construction Project Manager
•Planned, managed and finalized challenging design-build projects always on time, within budgets and without safety incidents.
•Coordinated and supervised the efforts of designers, engineering consultants, the procurement team, the site construction team, building contractors and other players in a demanding multicultural environment.
•Coordinated and assisted the customer with identifying the scope of work.
•Managed vendors / subcontractors bid processes, created request for proposals -RFP’s, track submissions, and award contracts to bidders.
•Created and monitored project schedule, estimated long lead items, coordinated vendors / subcontractors requirements, and identify critical path.
•Managed project budgets, identified costs, requested purchase orders and change orders and scrutinized and track invoices.
•Produced monthly Job Cost Forecast.
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, US, Masters, Real Estate Development
The Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development at the University of Maryland supports an interdisciplinary approach to a curriculum that comprehensively covers construction management, proforma and market analysis, finance, entitlements, public policy and negotiations - All the aspects of development.
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, DC, Colombia, Bachelors, Civil Engineering
MRED Outstanding Academic Achievement Award Colvin Institute - University of Maryland, 1st Place
Awarded to student with the highest GPA
The Capstone project is the final requirement for the Master of Real Estate Development degree. It is an individual project that integrates knowledge from all parts of the MRED curriculum, and it presents an opportunity for students to explore their own interests with the support of faculty and professional mentors.
Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and the Allied Arts, Honorable Mention
Tau Sigma Delta was organized in 1913 at the University of Michigan and expanded three years later to other colleges and universities. There are currently 71 chapters in the U.S. It is the only honor society nationally recognized in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture and the allied arts. The prime objective is to celebrate excellence in scholarship, to stimulate mental achievement and to award those students who attain high scholastic standing in architecture and the allied arts including, in our case, planning, historic preservation and real estate development.