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RANDALL L. BERMAN 67 Holly Ridge Drive Home: 508.681.

8900 Sandwich, MA 02563 SUMMARY Innovative chemical engineer with expertise in project/process engineering and c onstruction management in the pharmaceutical, biotech and chemical industries. Demonstrated proficiency in managing all aspects of several complex projects ontime, within budget, and in compliance with federal and industry standards. Uti lize a hands-on approach to assure deliverables by active participation in desig n, construction, project commissioning, training, qualification, and validation. Proactively identify and remove project obstacles and constraints. Construction and Engineering Projects Project Management Skills Life Safety Improvement Project Management Institute Guidelines Asbestos Abatement Fast Track Project Management Containment of Potent Compound Leadership and Team Building Operational Cost Reduction Risk Management OSHA Standards and HAZOPS Oracle Primavera Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Microsoft Project Software Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) American National Standards for Lab Ventilation Pre-Approval Inspection (PAI) Practices PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE PFIZER BIOTECH, Andover, MA (Formerly Wyeth BioPharma) 2007 2010 Senior Project Manager, Planning & Engineering Services Group Long-term contract position through Kelly Engineering Resources led to permanent employment after 8 months. Led team of 125 engineers, schedulers, in-house tradesmen and supplemental outs ide contractors for cGMP suite shutdown. Using Primavera Software, 1500 capital and maintenance tasks were scheduled and completed within the 240,000 sq. ft. a rea in a six week time period including multiple holidays. Completed environmen tal monitoring and management startup forms on target for restart on January 3rd . Demonstrated risk management and decision making skills during installation of 2 low flow laminar fume hoods in cGMP suite environment during a shutdown by com pleting project within budget and on time despite encountering hidden pipe and c onduit in the ceiling that required removal. Led 10 engineers, designers, and a construction manager in 5-month, $400,000 la b renovation for Polysaccharide analysis and assay testing. Lab was under budget and operational 1 month prior to manufacturing samples being produced. Installed a cGMP glass washer ensuring uninterrupted department operations, mee ting client expectations. Improved the timing and coordination for executing equipment moves by the in-ho use tradesmen by 25% through revision of procedures and re-organization of the t radesmen team. CONSULTING ENGINEER PRIVATE CONTRACTS, Syracuse, NY 2006 2007 rbd3458e@westpost.net Cell: 315.396.9504

Source Sentinel Co.: Established and tested water standards, detection levels, alerts, and response to hazardous chemicals in municipal water supply reservoir s for Homeland Security prototype presentation. OBrien & Gere Co.: Developed P&IDs and layouts for Basis of Design for an R&D biotech facility bid. OBG won the engineering contract to design and build the facility. Burns Bros Process Group and Modular Bio / Pharma Systems: Developed specifica tions, design, layout, cost, and bid proposals for modular Bio / Pharma equipmen t skids submitted to multiple Burns Bros clients. BRISTOLMYERS SQUIBB COMPANY, Syracuse, NY 1991 2006 Senior Project Manager, Process Engineer, & Construction Manager , Site Engineer ing Group, 2004 2006 Developed and led a team charged with completing the fast track design, constru ction, installation, commissioning, qualification, and validation of a new $2.75 million Biologics Technical Support Facility (BTSF) to produce Phase 1, 2, and 3 clinical compounds. RANDALL L. BERMAN PAGE TWO Managed construction and expedited design for the fast track implementation of a new $275,000 Quality Control Wet Chemistry lab in preparation for Canadian, Eu ropean, and U.S. regulatory agency PAIs. Chaired a team that executed the design, construction management, commissioning and validation of a $600,000 automated bulk storage and distribution facility f or carbon dioxide and oxygen vital to maintaining and controlling biologic ferme ntations. Loss of supply would mean a per batch loss of approximately $800,000. Facility reduced the number of operating personnel and eliminated life safety issues associated with the manual handling of 150-gallon Dewar storage container s. Researched, specified, evaluated, purchased, installed, and validated six $900, 000 walk-in environmental chambers to store API stability samples at temperature s ranging from -40C to +40C, providing long term stability data required by the FDA. Conceptualized, designed, and managed construction of a $2.2 million necropsy c ontainment suite transforming an existing lab into a state-of-the-art facility b y providing ventilation per the American National Standards for Lab Ventilation guidelines to protect the lab technicians and pathologists. Interim Plant Engineering Manager, Onsite Facility Engineering Group, 2003 2004 Created and led a team to research and implement a $3.2 million production faci lity redesign to provide operating personnel with life safety containment for pr oducts used to make Band 5 toxic compounds. Senior Process, Project and Construction Engineer, Onsite Facility Engineering G roup, 1995 2003 Budgeted, designed, gained senior management approval, managed construction, an d commissioned over 85 environmental, safety, utility, and process infrastructur e projects, each with a budget up to $3.0 million. Completed the fast track management of a $3.5 million site-wide Title V (Clean Air Act) Monitoring Equipment Compliance Upgrade Plan to meet the New York State Department of Environmental Conservations (DEC) mandate that all standards for long term chemical bulk storage facilities be met within a 6 month timeframe. Produced plant site compliance with DEC hazardous air pollutant (HAP) regulatio ns by managing the construction of a $2.25 million spin flash dryer system in a solvent laden explosive atmosphere while maintaining manufacturing operations 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Increased bulk cephalosporin antibiotics production 33% by constructing a $750, 000 ultra filtration system.

Senior Process Engineer and Construction Engineer, Corporate Global Engineering Group 1991 1995 Developed, issued, and evaluated bid packages for process equipment and special ty items procurement for a $65.0 million anti-cancer development facility. Managed the design, construction, and start-up of a new $5.0 million volatile o rganic compound (VOC) incinerator that doubled the capacity for organic waste ga s removal at the Puerto Rico facility. Supervised the design, construction, and installation of a new $4.0 million sol id waste incinerator in Puerto Rico that eliminated the need to truck approximat ely 200 tons of solid waste per month to a landfill. Designed and managed construction of a new $3.0 million wastewater pretreatment facility for the Puerto Rico plant that allowed the site to meet federal wastew ater discharge regulations and remain in operation. ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE CPI CONTROLS, Pawtucket, RI Engineering Manager for this Equipment Distributor HERZOG-HART CORP, Boston, MA Project and Process Engineer / Manager for this A& E Design Build Firm AMERICAN HOECHST CORP, Coventry, RI Project Engineer / Project Manager for this Operating Company ALLIED CHEMICAL CORPORATION, Buffalo, NY Process / Project Engineer for this Fo od Supply Company W.R. GRACE & COMPANY, Cambridge, MA Project Engineer for this Construction Prod ucts Manufacturer EDUCATION AND TRAINING BS, Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, MA Primavera Construction Management Software Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Poi nt and Project Software Project Management Institute Certification Training OSHA Safety Training Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21 Food & Drug Good Manufacturing Practi ce Training FDA Good Manufacturing Practice Guide for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (Q7A ) Training PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Project Management Institute--Association for Facilities Engineering--American I nstitute of Chemical Engineers