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Marvin Martinez Resume

October 19, 2016 -- The following is the resume of Marvin Martinez.

Oct 19, 2016

Marvin A. Martinez

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
  • As the Assistant Director of Public Works over Facilities and Operations I provided vision, leadership, strategic planning, policies, goals and oversight in the management of county-wide resources in facilities, grounds and operations. (Sandoval County Public Works)
  • I have managed and directed all facility operations of the Public Works Department. Areas include: Maintenance, Operations, Facilities Management and Capital Construction. (Sandoval County Public Works)
  • I have supervised staff, which includes prioritizing and assigning work, conducting performance evaluations, ensuring staff is trained, ensuring employees follow policies and procedures, maintained a healthy and safe work environment and made hiring, termination and disciplinary decisions. (Sandoval County Public Works, UNM Office of Capital Projects)
  • I have directed and/or performed activities within the department, which includes planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, systems, standards, and/or service offerings; ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, and/or standards; Planning, implementing, managing and evaluating the college-wide or county- wide plant functions in support of the vision and mission of the institution. (CNM Facilities, Sandoval County Public Works, UNM Office of Capital Projects)
  •  I have prepared and coordinated work and/or reports to present to or with the New Mexico Higher Education Department, UNM Board of Regents, CNM EOC, VP’s, Directors, Deans, Judges, Sheriffs, County Manager, Maintenance and Operations Department to develop strategic plans. (CNM Facilities, Sandoval County Public Works, UNM Office of Capital Projects)

EDUCATION                      

Master of Architecture (MA)

School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico, December 2000

Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (BAA)

School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 1997

Intern Development Program

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 2002

EXPERIENCE

10/14 – Present -     Central New Mexico Community College
Albuquerque, New Mexico Facilities Project Manager

* Directs and coordinates the work of Architects, engineers and contractors following the award of all construction projects, renovations and major and minor repairs. Ensures that all work conforms to plans and specifications.
* Follows good construction practices and produces quality work.
* Coordinates pre-construction meetings between all user groups.
* Tracks  construction  throughout  its  lifecycle,  from  initial  award  of  construction projects to completion.
* Performs all aspects of Construction Management, including conferring with supervisory personnel, owners, contractors, and design professionals to discuss and resolve matters such as work procedures, complaints, or other construction issues
* Keeps daily logs.
* Negotiates change orders.
* inspects for compliance with contract specifications
* Performs acceptance inspections.
* Prepares and processes all required forms and documentation required to close out projects.
* Plans, schedules, and coordinates construction project activities to meet deadlines.
* Oversees and manages the work of outside contractors and internal staff members to ensure that work is being completed in a timely, efficient and productive manner.
* Prepares and submits budget estimates, progress reports, and cost tracing reports
* Develops project scope, schedule and budget.
* Manages the budget and costs for appropriate construction services.
* Updates status reports on all projects.
* Inspects  and  reviews  projects  to  monitor  compliance  with  building  and  safety  codes  and  other regulations.
* Plans, organizes, and directs activities concerned with the construction or maintenance of structures, facilities, or systems.
* Studies job specifications to determine appropriate construction methods.
* Investigates damage, accidents, or  delays at construction sites  to  ensure that  proper construction procedures are being followed.
* Prepares contracts and negotiates revisions to contractual agreements with architects, consultants, clients, suppliers or subcontractors.

11/10 –10/14 - Sandoval County Public Works
Rio Rancho, New Mexico                                       
Assistant Director Public Works Facilities and Grounds

* Directed the integrated facility maintenance, grounds maintenance, and repair/renewal operations for Sandoval County.
* Directed, supervised, oversaw and  coordinated the  day to  day  activities  of a  multi-craft  technical workforce, ensuring the timely and accurate delivery of services, to include preventive and predictive maintenance, planned system overhauls, and on-call repair services.
* Facilitated the design and implementation of building system repair and replacement solutions using the professional services of engineers, architects, and other consultants.
* Oversaw, supervised and monitored Capital Improvement Projects including those that were created under the following programs: General Obligation Bonds, Revenue Bonds, Grant Funds and other public and private sources; this included the monitoring of all infrastructures to include building construction; coordinated assigned activities with other divisions, departments and outside agencies and provided highly responsible and complex administrative support to assigned supervisory or management staff.
* Served as primary liaison with respect to facility maintenance and repair services offered by Public Works.

  • Established and maintained supportive tenant/building manager relationships with key clients including directors and executive staff.
  • Performed multi-craft functions which included the areas of electrical, plumbing, grounds, carpentry, locksmith, custodial, and painting; performed routine repairs and maintenance on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems including air distribution machinery and digital controls, hot water distribution, and variable volume systems.
  • Developed and coordinated the implementation and administration of a schedule of planned, preventive, and predictive maintenance for equipment, machinery, tools or buildings.
  • Monitored and coordinated a general safety program including safety inspections, accident investigations, and safety training for work crew.

6/06 – 10/10       University of New Mexico Office of Capital Projects Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sr. Project/Construction Manager (Acting Group Manager – Design Group 3 Years)
* Oversaw, supervised and monitored Capital Improvement Projects including those that were created under the following programs: General Obligation Bonds, Revenue Bonds, Grant Funds and other public and private sources; this included the monitoring of all infrastructures to include building construction; coordinated assigned activities with other divisions, departments and outside agencies and provided highly responsible and complex administrative support to assigned supervisory or management staff.
* Served as primary project liaison between client groups, architects, contractors and office management. Developed and managed scope, schedule, budget and all contracts for multiple capital construction projects ranging from $1,000 to $12,500,000.
* Managed all stages of a project: feasibility, planning, design, construction, occupancy and warrantee.
* Prepared and reviewed construction permit documents, construction bid documents, and specifications for compliance of federal, state and local laws, codes, ordinances and regulations.
* Established and maintained multiple project budgets and schedules including being responsible for all necessary paperwork for purchase orders, contracts, RFP’s, Quotes, and Bids while insuring compliance with procurement policies.
*Planned, coordinated, and facilitated building interiors.
* Surveyed existing facilities and utilities for compliance of federal, state and local laws, codes, ordinances and regulations.
* Ensured the use of ample public protection on all repair or construction operations (signage, detours, flagging routing and others) and confirmed that safety procedures are followed.
* Directed, assisted, instructed, and checked subordinates as to safety precautions, methods, procedures, standards of performance, policies, rules and regulations, and other matters affecting their work.

01/04 – 06/06   University of New Mexico Office of Capital Projects Albuquerque, New Mexico

Architectural Associate
* Programed the implementation of integrated facility and building systems renovation and renewal projects.
* Developed and managed scope, schedule and budgets for multiple capital construction projects ranging from $100 to $500,000.
* Surveyed existing facilities, utilities, and office areas to evaluate code compliance and suitability for occupancy considering such factors as utilities, air circulation, lighting, location and size.
* Created,  organized,  and  managed  a  competent  team  of  Architects,  Engineers,  Clients  (Users), Consultants, Contractors, and Sub-Contractors.
* Tracked and coordinated project progress and costs.

4/97-11/03          Masterworks Architects Inc.

Albuquerque, New Mexico Architect Intern

* Produced feasibility studies, concept designs, presentation drawings and construction documents of comprehensive construction and remodeling projects for seal and signature of the principal architect.
* Prepared code review analysis reports utilizing knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local building codes.
* Surveyed existing facilities for compliance with applicable codes and standards; create as-built drawings for remodels, renovations and growth studies.

 4/92-3/97            University of New Mexico – Records and Registration Albuquerque, New Mexico

Front Desk Clerk
* Processed requests for transcripts, student grade records, course descriptions, and other information in accordance with privacy laws and university policies.
* Ordered transcripts through mainframe computer; checked transcripts to verify accuracy; validated and distributed transcripts according to requests.
* Greet  visitors  in  person  or  on  the  phone,  providing  customer  service  with  advice  and  guidance regarding the registration process; referred customers to appropriate department or university site.
* Responded to inquiries by telephone or letter regarding academic standing, transcript problems, and unclear or irregular transcript requests.
* Processed name changes and updated other academic and demographic information in files and on computer.
* Provided  transcripts, enrollment  verification,  and  degree certifications by mail,  FAX, or  telephone, according to prescribed procedures; advised students concerning their records.
* Maintained files in proper order; pulled records for processing and refiles.

SKILLS

* Extensive   Knowledge   in   Directing,   managing,   supervising,   selecting,   training   and   performance evaluation.
* Extensive Knowledge in operational characteristics, services and activities of a Capital Implementation Program.
* Extensive Knowledge in principles and practices of program development and administration.
* Extensive Knowledge in principles and practices of capital improvement projects* Extensive Knowledge in directing, managing, supervising and monitoring the coordination, scheduling and budgeting of new capital projects.
* Extensive Knowledge in preparing administrative and financial reports.
* Extensive Knowledge of Project Management.
* Extensive Knowledge of Maintenance and Operations.
* Extensive knowledge of Architectural Design.
* Extensive knowledge of Construction Contracts, Construction Services and Construction Practices.
* Extensive knowledge of Materials methods and tools involved in the construction and repair processes.
* Extensive Knowledge in LEED (Project Managed Several LEED Silver projects at the University of New Mexico).
* Proficient in principles and practices of commercial or industrial building plan review.
* Proficient with procedures and methods in relationship to computer software and databases (MS Word, Banner, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, AutoCAD 2011, Microsoft Word, MS Project, FastTrack, Groupwise, Outlook, Adobe Suites and Corel Draw).
* Proficient with International Building Codes, New Mexico Building Codes, ADA, NFPA, local laws, codes, ordinances and regulations.
* Proficient in technical drawings, advanced mathematics, handbook formulas and tables.
* Proficient in maintaining accurate logs and records.
* Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community (orally and in writing).