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Todd Talley

Todd Talley

New York City, NY, US

 

About 

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER BACKGROUND
Twenty-eight years of comprehensive project management experience with significant technical and regulatory expertise as On-site Senior Project Manager, On-site Architectural Representative, Owner’s Representative, and Project Architect for large-scale, complex Healthcare and Laboratory facilities.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
▪On-site project administration;  Field Office management;  Staff recruitment and management.
▪Project phase programming;  Project cost estimation and bidding as a respondent, and as a solicitor;  Physical Plant design/compliance with Joint Commission, NIH, AAALAC and other non-governmental Hospital and Laboratory accreditation organizations;  Research and write specifications for construction materials, low voltage systems, and medical/scientific equipment;  Construction Document quality assurance.
▪Draft and execute RFQs/RFPs;  Coordinate Contractor and Consultant interviews;  Draft, execute, and administer Architect, Contractor and Consultant contracts.
▪Plan Check and Permit coordination with Authorities Having Jurisdiction;  Project supervision and administration for facilities and public infrastructure (utility and transportation);  Conduct and document project and construction meetings.
▪Project Close-out (including Contractor Audits, Municipal Development Agreement and Recapture Agreement coordination and close-out, Architect Errors and Omissions analysis and negotiation).

Proficient in Microsoft Office 2010 suite, Autodesk AutoCad 2013 (Basic), and CompTIA ‘A+’ certified.  LEED Green Associate.  AIA Associate.  PMI Member.

 

SELECTED PROJECT EXPERIENCE

2008-2012  ($470M)  Silver Cross Hospital, New Lenox, IL:
New Replacement Hospital and Medical Campus, New Lenox, Illinois
Role: Senior Project Manager, Walker & Associates, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Responsible for: $470 million, 77 acre campus, 289 bed 560,000 square-foot Level 2 Trauma replacement hospital with four ancillary buildings (21,000sf Central plant, 63,000sf Medical Office Building by HSA, 30,000sf Cancer Center by HSA, and 180,000sf Medical Service Building by NexCore).  Responsible for half-mile reconstruction and signalization of existing two-lane to new five-lane US Route 6, and existing quarter-mile two-lane cinder Clinton Street to new four-lane Silver Cross Boulevard including the relocation of one fiberoptic, one natural gas, one petroleum, and one jet fuel transmission lines.

2005-2007 ($56M)  Fairview Healthcare System, Minneapolis, MN:
New Maple Grove Healthcare Campus, and Cancer Center (Elekta Linear Accelerator), Maple Grove, Minnesota
Role: On-site Senior Project Manager, Walker & Associates, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2004-2005  ($110M)  Ministry Health Care, Stevens Point, WI:
New St. Clare’s Medical Center, and Cancer Center (Varian Linear Accelerator), Weston, Wisconsin
Role: On-site Architectural Representative, HGA Architects+Engineers, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2001-2003  ($53M)  St Luke’s Episcopal Health System, Houston, TX:
New St Luke’s Medical Center, The Woodlands, Texas
Role: On-site Architectural Representative, HGA Architects+Engineers, Minneapolis,  Minnesota

1989-1991  ($20M)  Centinela Hospital, Los Angeles, CA:
New Orthopedic Surgery Unit, and Physical Plant upgrade
Role: Project Architect, Parkin Architects, Los Angeles, California

1987-1989  ($110M)  Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City, NY:
New Milstein Hospital Building
Role: Owner’s Representative, PHRI, New York, New York

1987-1989  ($10M)  Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City, NY:
New Biohazard Level 3 Infectious Disease Laboratory, Various facility upgrades.
Role:  Design Architect, PHRI, New York, New York

1988-1989  ($1.5M)  US Drug Enforcement Agency, New York City, NY
New Region 11 Laboratory (including design for NFPA approved internal manifold hydrogen delivery system-1989)
Role: Design Architect, Emory-Roth / SPGA / PHRI, New York, New York

Health Care of Texas, Fort Worth, TX
1985-1987  ($15M)  Texas Osteopathic Medical Center, Ft. Worth, TX:
New Computer Facility (secure computer clean room, data entry facilities, remote UPS facility)
Renovation of three-floor Patient Care Wing
New Ambulatory Surgery Center
Role: Design  Architect and Manager, HCT, Fort Worth, Texas

EDUCATION
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
1980 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Industrial Design/Architecture

Employment 

Walker & Associates, Minneapolis, MN, US, Senior Project Manager

Responsible for: On-site project administration/Field Office management; Staff supervision; Construction supervision and administration for facility and public infrastructure (utility and transportation); Conducting project and construction meetings; Drafting and executing RFQs/RFPs; Coordinating Contractor and Consultant interviews; Drafting, executing, and administering Contractor and Consultant contracts; Construction phase programming; Plan Check and Permitting coordination through regulatory agencies; Physical Plant design/compliance with Joint Commission and other non-governmental Hospital and Laboratory accreditation organizations; Researching and writing specifications for construction materials, low voltage systems, and medical/scientific equipment; Project cost estimation and bidding as a respondent, and as a solicitor; Project Close-out (including Contractor Audits, Municipal Development Agreement and Recapture Agreement coordination and close-out, Architect Errors and Omissions negotiation and resolution).

Mar 2005 - current
 

HGA - Architecture, Engineering, Planning, Minneapolis, MN, US, On Site Architectural Representative

Responsible for: On-site project administration/Field Office management; Construction supervision, administration, and documentation (daily communication with Main Office, CM, Owner, Regulatory Officials, Public and Private Utilities; Weekly Project Report) for facility and public infrastructure (utility and transportation); Field resolution, with input from CM and Owner, and documentation of design and construction issues; Plan Check and Permitting coordination through Regulatory Agencies, and Utilities; Physical Plant design/compliance with Joint Commission and other non-governmental Hospital and Laboratory accreditation organizations.

Mar 2001 - Mar 2005
 

Education 

The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, Bachelors, Industrial Design/Architecture

Directed Studies (BFA) for major in Industrial Design with a concentration in Architecture.

Aug 1976 - Dec 1980
 

Areas of Specialization 

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