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Daniel L. Moore 13420 W 138th Street net Overland Park, Kansas 66221 dmfdd4ca@westpost.

cell: (816) 918-3594


A seasoned manager who believes drive, hard work and leadership create excellent results. An executive leader, who influenced the revenue growth of a Top 100 Contractor f rom 250 to 650 million dollars by identifying the strength/weakness and implemen ting polices, standards and changes in operation to optimize operations. A team leader who managed a turbulent 130 million dollar airport renovation proj ect, which included 30 million dollars of changes. The resulted a great team eff ort. An open minded individual who experienced the cultural/business differences in o ther countries having lived and worked outside the US building office/industrial facilities for Fortune 500 companies. COMPETENCIES Listen, action, review, learn and lead by inspiring others. Change management u tilizing orientation, education and training. Legal and claims management focuse d on resolution not litigation. Strategic Planning Start-up Organization Manager/Motivator Problem Solving Business Restructuring Polices/Procedures trics EXPERIENCE/ACCOMPLISHMENTS Bridge Construction Management Services, LLC - Lenexa, KS 2007 - present Construction Management Advisor company oriented toward saving clients money whi le performing and producing quality projects. President Developed business and successfully completed large multi-family residential pro jects based services that were atypical in the industry. Price Brothers Construction - Overland Park, KS 2006 - 2007 In-house construction group, which supported Price Brothers Management, a third generation property management company. President Assumed management of dysfunctional group made up of commercial and residential construction teams. Recovered all projects and implemented procedures. Walton Construction Company, Inc. - Kansas City, MO 1997 - 2005 Total Quality Management Organizational Development Business/Project Me

Walton Construction is a $600+ million per year general contractor ranked among the top 100 contractors in the United States by Engineering News Record. The co mpany is made up of six divisional offices across the country, and focuses on Pr e-Construction Services, General Contracting, Design/Build, and Construction Man agement Services. Executive Vice President/COO Led and mentored the corporation and its six divisions through a sustained doubl e digit growth and a cultural transformation. Responsible for Risk Management, Human Resources, IT/IS, legal and Procedures departments. Acted as General Couns el responsible for legal and claims. Contracted, planned, scheduled and led the $135 million Kansas City Internationa l Airport Renovation Project, which grew in scope by thirty percent caused by un foreseen conditions, 9/11 impacts and scope additions. Initialized, designed and implemented Project Management Procedures based on Var iance Methodology. Communicated, trained and monitored procedure implementation and updates. Senior Vice President Identified and implemented recovery management program for branch office located in Atlanta, where eleven out of thirteen projects required operational redirect ion. Support Services Inc., Ltd. - Shanghai, China 1996 - 1997 Principle Established a Hong Kong corporation that provided construction management consul ting services to multi-national companies. Representative clients include: Butl er Construction International, Freightliner Corporation and Inland Steel. Butler Construction International - Kansas City, MO 1994 - 1996 General Contractor and subsidiary of Butler Manufacturing Company specializing i n Warehouses, Distribution Centers, Manufacturing Plants, Hangars, Retail Stores , Athletic Arenas and other facilities on a global basis. Director of Operations - Asia Developed, marketed and managed construction management business activities in C hina and Hong Kong. Managed all aspects of the business located in Shanghai. R epresentative clients include: Allied Signal, 3M, Bobst, Butler Manufacturing, K ennametal, and Avery Dennison. Operations Manager Planned and implemented strategies that acquired construction management contrac ts in international markets including China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Argentina and Br azil. Support Services, Inc. - Atlanta, GA 1992 - 1994 Support Services, Inc. came into existence to provide contract labor and consult ing services to construction companies during their growth stages. Pre-construc tion service, project closeout negotiations and procedure development were provi ded. Principle Established a construction consulting services company provided pre and post con struction services. Representative clients include: Butler Construction Co., Inc ., Walton Construction Co., Inc. and Osborne Construction.

Midwest Mechanical Contractors, Inc. - Kansas City, MO 1984 - 1992 Midwest Mechanical Contractors, Inc. was founded in 1932, and is a leading provi der of mechanical construction services throughout the continental United States

. The company generated approximately $200 million in annual revenue and provid es a broad range of construction services for sectors including, commercial, hea lthcare, industrial, pharmaceutical, and power generation facilities. Division Manager - MW Builders of Kansas, Inc. - Atlanta, GA 1987-1992 Established Hospitality Divisional Office in Atlanta, GA. Accomplished annual r evenues of $40 million with an average gross margin of greater than 5%. Develop ed strategies to build projects nationally, while maintaining quality and perfor mance. Representative projects include: Hotels and Assisted Living Facilities r anging in value from $2 to $8 million, and a $25 million luxury condominium proj ect for Disney. Project Manager - MW Builders of Kansas, Inc. - Leawood, KS 1986 - 1987 Provided pre-construction and construction services by partnering with Owners, A rchitects, Engineers and Contractors, focusing on prototypical design, construct ability and budget control. Project Manager - Midwest Mechanical Contractors, Inc. - KC, MO 1984 - 1986 Performed both mechanical and general construction activities for Pharmaceutical and Health Care industries. Representative projects include: Cleanroom, manufac turing lines, surgical suites and medical office buildings.

EDUCATION Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS College of Engineering - Bachelor of Science in Construction Science College of Architecture - Bachelor of Architecture