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Ricardo Williams

Ricardo Williams

New York, NY, US

 

About 

My Name is Ricardo C Williams. I am an immigrant from the island of Jamaica. I came to the USA in 2001. I was blessed to work and send myself to school where I studied Construction Management. I graduated in the top ten percentile from NYCCT with and Associated and then a Bachelor's Degree. 

In 2004 I landed my first job in Construction as a Concrete Technician and a 3rd party field inspector. It was then I gathered in field information about details and the necessary micro components it took to develop and execute a construction project.  In 2006, I moved on to being a plan clerk where I learned hoe to communicate with subcontractors to solicit bids ans well as build relationships. In addition, I leaned that organizing the construction documents and data entry was very essential to the project. These experiences were carried on when I got promoted to Assistant Construction Superintendent. After a number of years, I then moved on Construction Superintendent where I was able to sharpen my skills and build trust with my clients.  Being hands on enabled me to attend to my clients demands almost immediately. 

In my spare time, I enjoy sports. I play soccer when I can. However, for the past few months, i love to spend my free time with my son. 

Employment 

JRM Construction, New York, NY, US, Construction Superintendent

• Review Bids to ensure all work is accounted for in price and scope of work.
• Develop, maintain and monitor Construction schedule, milestone and completion dates.
• Ensure Project closeout and punchlists are completed.
• Ensure project documentations are organized and adhere to
• Conduct daily tool box talks and record meeting minutes
• Ensure day to day tasks are completed through daily site inspections
• Identify potential problems and address them right away.

Dec 2011 - Jan 2013
 

Hunter Roberts Construction Group, New York, NY, US, Assistant Construction Superintendent

• Review Bids to ensure all work is accounted for in price and scope of work.
• Develop, maintain and monitor Construction schedule, milestone and completion dates.
• Ensure Project closeout and punchlists are completed.
• Ensure project documentations are organized and adhere to
• Conduct daily tool box talks and record meeting minutes
• Ensure day to day tasks are completed through daily site inspections
• Identify potential problems and address them right away.

Oct 2006 - Dec 2009
 

Macia Inspection and Testing Laboratories, Bronx, NY, US, Inspector and Concrete Technician

Ensure Architectural and Structural elements comply with Construction Documents
Ensure report it correct and submitted
Ensure Concrete specimens are taken per ACI requirements

Jul 2004 - Oct 2006
 

Education 

New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY, US, Construction Management

This degree includes within its core of construction management courses important components of both mathematics and physics to give the entry-level construction manager a variety of technical skills, including an understanding of basic structural analysis and design. Additional technical skills are developed as they relate to building layout (surveying) and materials testing, including training for The American Concrete Institute certification as Field Inspector (Level 1) of Fresh Concrete. The students learn to interpret and read construction drawings through a hands-on approach.

Oct 2002 - May 2011
 

New York City College of Technology, Brooklyn, NY, US, Bachelors, Facilities Management

It adds the financial, management, legal and additional technical skills that are required to enable our graduates to function very effectively as facilities managers. Graduates are employed as facilities managers in hospitals, universities, industrial buildings and large commercial and residential complexes. There are also avenues for individuals with non-articulated associate degrees to enter the program.

Oct 2002 - May 2011
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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