Sean Green

Sean Green

Patchogue, NY, US




Turner Construction Company, New York, NY, US, Architectural Engineer/Superintendent


Turner Construction Company ∙ New York, New York 2007 – 2012
World Trade Center Transportation Hub ∙ New York, New York
Field Superintendent

Supervised construction of the PATH hall, the 1 Line Subway roof along Greenwich St and several mezzanine levels in addition to substation completion required for 9/11 memorial
Coordination of site logistics and work in place amongst the Port Authority, HUB GCs & adjacent stakeholders throughout the 16 acre job site
 Responsible for communication of job progress, daily activity & contract change orders to Port Authority and Turner management staff
Developed fragnet schedules to meet milestone dates necessary to deliver the overall on time project completion

Governor’s Island Historical Preservation and Restoration Project ∙ Governor’s Island, New York
Facilities Operations/Maintenance Superintendent

 Supervised restoration & rehabilitation projects on multiple historically protected properties within the 172 acre island
 Developed RFPs and conducted scope review meetings necessary for rehabilitation of historical property and demolition of condemned structures not historically protected
 Evaluate change orders & proposals with Governors Island Preservation Education Corporation (GIPEC) representatives to meet the budget requirements
 Conduct building assessments of the 92 buildings within the historically protected district on the Island and engineered a 5 year deferred maintenance plan

The New Yankee Stadium Project ∙ Bronx, New York
Architectural Engineer

 Responsible for the successful completion and closeout for multiple architectural subcontractors on the $1.6 billion project
 Coordinate job progress & project implementation with owner representatives, architects and subcontractors
 Review and evaluate contractor change orders & proposals with owner’s representative to efficiently maintain budget and payment release
 Request, review & submit subcontractor shop drawings & submittals to the design team necessary for project progress


Turner Construction Company ∙ New York, NY 2004 – 2007

Palm Jumeirah Shoreline Apartment Project ∙ Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 Supervised construction on interior civil work within six 12 story apartment buildings and completed several fully furnished mockup suites
 Evaluated project schedule and discussed critical elements amongst Turner management team for more efficient progress necessary to achieve overall project completion

Manchester High School ∙ Manchester, Connecticut

 Monitor construction progress necessary for providing daily activity reports to Turner management and owner representatives
 Review and update change order log and project schedule to maintain completion date

Blue Back Square ∙ West Hartford, Connecticut

 Enforce safety amongst the subcontractors while coordinating schedule & logistics of project site activities
 Maintain effective communication of construction progress with owners while reporting directly to Turner management

Winthrop University Hospital ∙ Mineola, New York

 Monitored & evaluated construction progress to ensure efficiency within subcontractor schedule
 Coordinated construction between occupied & unoccupied hospital space with subcontractors and hospital representatives to successfully progress with building progress

Governor’s Island ∙ Governor’s Island, New York

 Researched a point of use water filtration system for 92 historical buildings and presented a proposal to the GIPEC organization for review & approval
 Developed RFP’s as needed for maintenance and facilities work required for the preservation of the island’s historical properties

Smithtown Central Schools ∙ Smithtown, New York

 Coordinated job progress with contractors and Turner management staff to deliver high quality additions & alterations of middle & high schools
 Created punch lists & verified completion of work necessary for partial project turnover

Burton, Behrandt & Smith Architects, Patchogue, NY 2001 – 2004
 Reported directly to senior architects and project managers to identify priority daily activities
 Responsible for field verification measurements, reproduction and preparation of blueprints & submittal package distribution to subcontractors
 Assisted architects with subcontractor shop drawing reviews and produce corrections using AutoCAD system


• Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer
• Special Olympics Program, Volunteer
• Vitruvian Society, Member
• Advanced proficient of AutoCAD 2004, 2002, 3D Modeling; Microsoft Office Suite; 3D Studio Max


University of Hartford ∙ East Hartford, Connecticut
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering
May 2007

Suffolk County Community College ∙ Selden, New York
Associates Degree, Construction & Architectural Technology
May 2004

May 2004 - May 2012


University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Jan 2005 - May 2007

Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY, US, Construction Technology

Sep 2002 - Jun 2004

Areas of Specialization