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Jeffrey Reed 304-716-1458 E-mail OBJECTIVE Obtain full time employment in the construction/ building maintenance industry i n a position

of Leadership and Quality Control, in an environment that supports camaraderie and Teamwork and puts the customer first. PROFILE In the construction industry for over 30 years, with over twenty years experienc e in building healthcare facilities. Detailed oriented. Able to discover and sol ve problems with design during/before construction. An interior tradesman, carpe nter, supervisor of crews, and coordinator of equipment before becoming a superi ntendent. QUALIFICATIONS Planning and scheduling of work from the inception of each project. Thoroughly r eview project to locate any inconsistencies. Review and fully understand specifi cations for project. Scheduling work appropriately to meet project timeline and budget. Interfacing with owner/client to insure proper communication. Responsibl e for quality assurance/ quality control of project. Ability to facilitate the s cheduling of material, equipment and subcontractor work force. Knowledgeable of HVAC systems, plumbing, electrical, drywall and carpentry and all other facets o f construction. EXPERIENCE Courtyard Marriot - April 2010 - Present Building Maintenance Engineer Preventive maintenance, repair and upkeep of guest rooms, public spaces, Hotel k itchen, guest pool and spa. Responsible for the repair and upkeep of outdoor pub lic areas. Maintenance includes, plumbing, electrical, painting, carpentry and m onitoring HVAC systems as well as kitchen equipment. This-N-That Handyman Service September 2008 - April 2010 Owner - West Virginia Working with realtors and residents in the local area. All facets of home improv ements and repairs. Including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, painting, remodel ing and construction. The Haskell Company August 2007 - September 2008 Nestle` Waters North America - Breinigsville, PA Superintendent Installation of three injection molding machines, two High speed PET lines and a n Aseptic production line.$3 million process support modifications to two new pr ocess lines included floor and wall demolition, slab on grade placement, epoxy f loor coating, locker room expansion, 17.4 tons of steel erection for new crane, 290 ton roof top unit, two new water silo pads, interior and exterior painting, installation of underground piping. $4 million of process support modifications to a new aseptic bottled water line. This phase included floor and wall demolition, slab on grade installation, epox y flooring, 3,500 SF Refrigerated Room, 500 SF Freezer Room 3,900 SF Explosion P roof Room, Installation of Underground Corrosive Resistant Piping for Aseptic Pr ocess Waste Discharge. Achieved a zero incident safety record. HUNT Construction Group: May 9, 2005- May 2007 ALCON/ASPEX Line E Expansion, Fort Worth, Texas Superintendent

Line E includes a new compounding area consisting of two 2,800- liter fixed reac tors, one 2,200-liter fixed mix tank, three portable stations to accommodate rea ctors from 200-liter to 600-liter, seven holding stations, new CIP skid, two 64. 6 cu. ft. steam autoclaves, product transfer piping with two 300-liter surge tan ks, and a utility area for supporting processes and HVAC. The distribution pipin g carefully designed using 3D models includes over 4000 sanitary welds. Improvem ents have been incorporated for bulk sterilization, CIP/SIP, and transfer processes. R.J. Griffin & Company, 2004- 2005 Superintendent Women's & Children's Hospital - Lafayette, Louisiana Remodeled approximately 24,000 sq. ft. on the 1st and 2nd floors of existing hos pital. Renovation of areas included ER, Radiology, PICU, NICU, Family Waiting, S taff Lounge, locker rooms, Cryo Room, four LDR Rooms, C-Section / OR room and a 2,100 sq ft. Staging Area. The demolition and Build-ba ck also included wall, floor and ceiling finishes in all connecting corridors. A ll work was completed within a fully functional and operational hospital. Skanska USA Building Inc., 2000- 2004 Superintendent Skanska Projects: Northeast Methodist Hospital- Live Oak, Texas $30 Million construction, three story 100,000 SF expansion of the ER Department, Patient Care Facility. Extensive remodeling of the existing first floor. Medical Center of Arlington-Arlington, Texas $17 Million construction expansion, three story, 100,000 SF Women's Center. Two C-Section Rooms, Postpartum, Birthing Rooms, Newborn Nursery and NICU section. Medical Center of Plano$45 Million construction cal Expansion of Patient Pedestrian Bridge, site Plano, Texas expansion, 38, 000 SF Surgery Addition, 44,000 SF Verti Tower, 146,000 SF renovation of existing facility, 395' improvements.

Centex Construction Company, 1997-2000 Assistant Superintendent Centex Projects: Harris Methodist Hospital- Fort Worth, Texas $20 Million construction of miscellaneous renovations, including patient rooms, lobby, bio-medical services and radiology labs. Brownsville Federal Courthouse- Brownsville, Texas $28 Million project. Dallas Veterans Affairs Hospital- Dallas, Texas $108 Million, 900,000 SF new hospital with a Spinal Cord Center, ICU & CCU, HD r adiation surgical operating suite, nuclear medicine, radiology, catherization la b and ER. Portsmouth Naval Hospital Acute Care Facility - Portsmouth, Virginia $180 Million, 1,628,000 SF plus 340,000 SF five-level parking garage. Cleveland Construction- 1996-1997 Assistant Superintendent Responsible for the supervision of 80 men and women for a large Subcontractor, s pecializing in metal framing, drywall and acoustical ceiling tile. Implemented l ayout per architectural blueprints. Supervised daily operations, scheduling and timesheets at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital Acute Care Facility, Portsmouth, Vir

ginia. Wenger Tile & Plastering Company - 1995-1996 Assistant Superintendent Worked for a subcontractor specializing in metal framing, drywall, and acoustica l ceiling tile. Supervised crews on the Kiln Creek Golf Course Clubhouse-Newport News, VA ($35 million), The Children's Hospital of the King's Daughter-Norfolk, VA ($115 million expansion. And the Nauticus Museum- No rfolk, VA ($120 million, 3-Story art gallery/museum). OTHER PROJECTS Langley Tri-Care Medical Facilities- Langley, VA $35 Million addition of a primary care facility, exam rooms and offices. Chesapeake General Hospital - Chesapeake, VA $85 Million addition including new entrance and 5-story patient and exam tower. Town Point Center Office Building - Norfolk, VA $95 Million, 14 stories. Virginia Beach Resort & Conference Center - Virginia Beach, VA $86 Million convention center. Radisson Hotel - Hampton, VA $55 Million 12-story hotel. C.I.A. Training Facility - Camp Perry, VA $103 Million 6-story building. Old Dominion University - Norfolk, VA $40 Million 3-wing classroom expansion. Tallwood High School - Virginia Beach, VA $60 Million new school and athletic field. Chesapeake Federal Courthouse - Chesapeake, VA $68 Million.