Doug Wilson 12168 Observation Drive Grand Terrace, CA 92313-5531 (909) 520-8428 cell
JOB TITLE: Construction Operations Manager
SUMMARY: Twenty-plus years of Construction Management Seventeen years of Planning Commission experience Licensed (B-1) General Contractor U.C.I. Construction/Development Management Certificate
HIGHLIGHTS: Major subdivision - Army Corps/CDFG clearances - in record time! 20 acre parcel - transferred title by Parcel Map exemption - in 30 days! Major project reduced over-ex - saved thousands! Millions in bonds - authored letters/secured exonerations - same day! Major Offsite Flows - re-engineered 100-year storm through golf course - saved millions! City golf course - introduced HDPE pipe to reduce removal/replacement saved thousands! Model complex - constructed in 7 weeks despite rain/expansive soil - no overtime! Removed major quantity of excess dirt plus received premium reimbursement! Unique retaining wall system - permitted/constructed in major jurisdiction - in record time! 400 homes increased small builder production 1,000% - on the ground in a year!
SERVICES:1.Pre-purchase land analysis, constraints investigation, pro-forma assumptions, fit lists, cost-to-complete negotiations and risk assessment. 2.Expedited due diligence, tentative/final map, improvement plan/permit processing. 3.Multi-jurisdictional entitlement, multi-priority management. fast-track scheduling, innovative problem solving. 4.Architectural/civil/soils/bio engineering coordination and value analysis. 5.Site and house estimating, budgeting, profit/loss, cash flow. 6.Contracting, inspection coordination, supervision, oversight. 7.Master plans, single family subdivisions, customs, golf course communities, mixed-use, high-rise multi-family, commercial, tenant improvement, industrial. 8. In-fill, severe soils, hillside, oil field, sensitive species mitigation. 9.Golf course construction, utility relocation/undergrounding. structural reservoirs, pump stations, subterranean parking, special districts. 10.A patient and tireless negotiator who cultures positive, productive relationships, with an unusual sensitivity to authority limits and political dynamics. 11.Consistent interaction and strategizing to exceed business plan objectives, 12. Bond exoneration, disclosure statement review, storm water pollution prevention compliance, air quality maintenance, environmental mitigation. 13.Comprehensive acumen for subdivision law, development ordinances, environmental statutes, subcontracting liability, marketing, business finance. 14.Self-starter with strong communication and issue-resolution skills. 15.Full computer literacy, (MS Excel, Word, Project, Powerpoint, J.D. Edwards). 16.Demonstrated goal implementation, team selection, training, and evaluation.
2005 2008 Land Development Director/Project Manager - Hofmann Land Development.
The Travertine project in La Quinta, a 907-acre mixed-density residential hotel destination resort surrounding a golf course. Specific Plan and environmental mitigation modification, engineering coordination, budgets and schedules.
The Plantation at Polo Estates project in Indio, a 214-acre, 1,250 unit sfr, cluster and multi-family project. $65,000,000 budget. Grading, 3 miles of backbone offsite, and 5 miles of onsite improvements, Irrigation relocation, 93kV relocation. Planning Commission and City Council coordination. $550,000 - cash reimbursements $1,500,000 - value analysis savings $5,250,000 - bond reductions
2003 - -2005Land Development Director/Project Manager - Snellenberger Development: The Indian Springs Country Club in Indio, a 1,400 unit SFR golf course community. architectural/engineering design and value analysis. approvals, budgets, schedules, bids, contracts, and operations. Site improvements were constructed on a parallel track with homes.
The Highland Falls project in Desert Hot Springs, a 3,200-unit SFR, 36-hole golf course community. Engineering design and value analysis, budgets, schedules, and bids. environmental and biological clearances. 16-foot Colorado aqueduct crossing. Storm drain connection to Caltrans channel. Caltrans ingress/egress permit. $9,500,000 - value analysis savings
1998 - 2002 Regional Director of Land Development - Toll Brothers, Inc. The Vista Del Verde project in Yorba Linda, a 2,173 unit SFR golf course community, in partnership with AERA Energy. planning, budgets, contracts and construction. $66,000,000 grading and infrastructure budget. 21,000,000 yards of grading, twin 2,000,000 ga. buried reservoirs, 36 and 18 welded water main, 8 miles of storm drain, wet and dry utilities, and road. 66kV transmission relocation, walls, 60-foot deep HDPE storm drainage in the golf course, and 6,000,000 s.f. of irrigated landscaping.
On a parallel track, planning, budgets, contracts and construction of in-tract site improvements for builder parcels, some purchased and managed by Tolls building arm.
The Oak Knoll and Oak View project in Coto De Caza, a twin development with 178 units of luxury sfr.
On a parallel track, planning, budgeting, contracting and construction of grading and infrastructure for 150 lots in Encinitas Ranch, San Diego County.
The Moorpark Estates project in Moorpark, a 656-acre luxury SFR 27-hole golf course community. Planning, budgets, contracts and construction. $48,000,000 budget. 5 miles of reclaimed water line, storm drain, sewer, water, dry utilities, and street improvements, concrete arch bridge and four structural creek crossings.
Bond exonerations for Chino Hills, Coto De Caza, San Juan Capistrano, Yorba Linda, and Calabasas in excess of $20,000,000.
1996 - 1998 Director of Entitlement and Development - Alper Development, Inc. The Hunters Ridge project, a 900 unit SFR community in Fontana. Entitlement, planning, coordination, permitting, and contracting.
also managed 1,400 units in Riverside, Chino Hills, Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, and Thousand Oaks.
1989 1996Director of Operations - Sunnyglen Corporation. House and improvement management, entitlement, planning, budgets, permits, contracts, and schedules for 700 residential units of three-story, double subterranean condominiums and 140,000 square feet of commercial space.
1984 1989Vice President of Operations - Jenel Corporation responsible for house and site improvement construction of 450 residential units over a period of 14 months.
Project Manager - Sunnyglen Corporation responsible for development of 1,000 residential units and 60,000 square feet of commercial space.
1972 1984Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent/Customer Service - Griffin Development Grew up in the industry with Griffin Development. Began in Customer Service, working with tools. Progressed to Superintendent of Construction. Supervised, scheduled, permitted, and contracted the construction of 15 residential projects consisting of approximately 1,200 units.
EDUCATION: Certificate in Light Construction and Development Management - University of California at Irvine. Completed courses at California Universities and Community Colleges in communications, advanced financing, business law, information technology. International Code Council certification Building Inspection (California). International Code Council certification Building Inspection (International). International Code Council Certification Plans Examiner (California).
OTHER:Grand Terrace Planning Commission 17 years (Chair - 5 yrs., Vice Chair 4 yrs.) Grand Terrace Architectural Review Committee Grand Terrace General Plan Task Force American Planning Association Member Urban Land Institute Member Residential Purchasing Council Member Air quality Management District Certificate Holder Licensed Private Pilot Boy Scout Merit Badge Counselor