Industrial Superintendent

Marion McLeod
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Project Manager / Industrial Superintendent with 15 years experience. Noted for safety, quality control, supervising team members and subcontractors, writing project plans, reports, and documentation, scheduling, reviewing bid proposals and awarding contracts, preparing budgets, and controlling expenses. Complete projects on time and under budget. Expertise includes bioremediation, petrochemical turnaround and shut down, and industrial and commercial construction. Use Spanish language skills to communicate with project team members in Mexico.


Geo Consultants
1999 - Present
Project Manager / Superintendent
Coordinate three technologies and manage teams of up to 70 laborers, managers, engineers, superintendents, and subcontractors for environmental projects in Mexico. Interact with plant managers, quality assurance regulators, and government officials. Work with the company's president to review bid proposals and award contracts.
• Managed a $17.5 million project covering over 26 acres of largest single private environmental remediation project of its time in Mexico's history. Completed $2 million under budget. Recognized as a "glowing environmental success" and plant was awarded a "Clean Certificate" by the government of Mexico.
• Involved transportation of toxic waste, heavy equipment, vacuum trucks, electrical and mechanical components, maintenance, cleaning services, environmental drilling, and water sampling
• Instituted an onsite safety program, working with safety engineers and following U.S. EPA standards for supplying breathing air during excavation. Achieved a 100% safety record with no accidents.
• Coordinated and directed a two-part project in Mexico working as a field superintendent and supervising up to 35 electricians, metal erectors, form carpenters, concrete laborers, dirt contractors, painters, and welders. Erected and constructed a $150,000 metal and concrete warehouse and expanded an existing incinerator with a $300,000 budget.
• Hired as an assistant project manager and promoted to project manager within three months.

Zane Company
1991 - 1999
Project Manager
Gained extensive turnaround and shut down experience in the petrochemical industry.

Doyle and Associates
1990 - 1991
Plant Manager
Managed all plant operations, processing between 300 and 400 tons of steel per month. Reported to the company's owner and supervised truck drivers, metal workers, laborers, crane operators, shift foremen, quality control managers, safety managers, and engineers.
• Instituted and implemented a facility cleanup and safety program that achieved a clean record at 100% safety with no accidents, a 75% improvement level.
• Increased production by 40% to 45% within the first four months by hiring more qualified employees, instituting higher training standards, and coordinating production.

Ferndale Corporation
1987 - 1990
General Foreman
Coordinated industrial construction operations for this petrochemical plant. Supervised 7 foreman responsible for up to 60 carpenters, ironworkers, pipefitters, boilermakers, and welders. Hired as a crane operator and promoted to foreman and supervised 25 crew members.


Community College
Excavation Safety - Texas A&M University, HAZMAT, General Coursework - Alvin Community College

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