SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER
David has over 37 years of construction experience. He is adept at value engineering, managing sub contractors, and managing projects to be on time and on budget. David’s background includes New construction, tenant build out, and complicated projects from corporate clients.
David is an expert at handling the Design/Build process from beginning to end. He provides solutions to any construction or client issues, and can be counted on to be efficient and cost effective throughout the process.
Kenton County Airport Board – CVG Holdroom David managed the $6 million dollar complete renovation of the Holdrooms included but was not limited to new carpet tiles, painting, lighting, new ceilings, new gate counters, new electric service, seating, new HVAC air devices, fire protection adjustments, electrical support for IT systems, and wayfinding signage throughout the concourse and AGT. This project was completed under a stringent time restraint to assure flight schedules where not affected.
Convergys Corporation Headquarters Project – David managed the construction of $15 million building renovation and infrastructure upgrades for Convergys’ relocation to the Atrium One Building (450,000 SF). Throughout the project, the building remained open with existing tenants conducting daily business, therefore, work was executed without interruption of services to the building.
The Cincinnati Art Museum – David has managed over $12 million dollars of renovation projects at the Cincinnati Art Museum since 2000. These projects consist of the Schiff Gallery, Lobby and Gift Shop, Cincinnati Wing (twenty (20) galleries), Education Center, Asian Gallery, Employee Entrance, and Café and Courtyard renovations. Each project involved detailed scheduling and was performed under the highly sensitive regulations and guidelines required by the Cincinnati Art Museum. Throughout the entire project, the museum remained open daily and the project was completed with minimal disruption to the public. This scope of work included extensive wood flooring, wood paneling, marble floors, and new windows (including a two-story, self-supporting glass wall at the entry to the Cincinnati Wing). All work was completed with the utmost care to protect the artwork from dust, vibration, and environmental concerns (temperature and/or humidity). These projects were completed on time and within budget, per the museum, a first for them.
University of Cincinnati, Architectural and Construction Management
Sharefax Credit Union
Cincinnati Art Museum