David N. Sillars, P.E.
2002 to Present
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY Corvallis, OR
Associate Professor and Director of R.C. Wilson Graduate Program in Construction Engineering and Management. Responsible for implementation of new graduate program which leads to a new MBE (Management in Business and Engineering) degree. Requires close collaboration between the Colleges of Engineering and Business. Also, teaching includes senior- and graduate-level courses in building construction and construction enterprise management. Visit my Oregon State-specific website.
1989 to 2002
HARDIN CONSTRUCTION GROUP, INC. Atlanta, GA
Senior Vice President with profit and loss responsibility over the Public Assembly, Government/Justice and Educational Facilities Unit, delivering special projects through construction management unit; preparing and executing strategic plans, maintaining client contacts, preparing and pricing proposals, presenting to potential clients. Also responsible for executive oversight of various projects including The Puerto Rico Convention Center, San Juan ($200M); North Charleston Convention Center, Charleston, SC ($50M); Orange County, FL Public Schools Program ($78M); Orange County, FL Convention Center Phases 3 & 4 ($341M); Bowling Green, KY Convention Center ($6M); Mobile, AL Government Plaza ($58M); Georgia World Congress Center Expansion Phase III, Atlanta ($49M); Georgia Tech Residence Hall, Atlanta ($6M); Lakeland, FL Convention Center ($14M).
1984 to 1989
CRSS CONSTRUCTORS, INC. Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA
As Regional Manager of Operations of Atlanta branch office, responsibilities included development of fiscal year financial plans, business development planning, market development, personnel management, and project operations oversight. Projects included Morgan Bank Operations and Computer Center, Newark, DE ($20M); Fulton County Government Center, Atlanta ($50M); Fulton County Courthouse, Atlanta ($100M); Bell Northern Research Center, Durham, NC ($35M).
1983 to 1984
CONSTRUCTION COMPUTER ENGINEERING SYSTEMS Denver, CO
Vice President in charge of development of commercial scheduling software package. Package purchased for use by several Colorado general contractors. Also administered major drywall subcontract on Tabor Center Project, Denver.
1981 to 1983
SCHMUESER AND ASSOCIATES Glenwood Springs, CO
Division Manager, responsible for overseeing design and construction management of various projects in Western Colorado, including Castle Valley Ranch Subdivision; Garfield County Sanitary Landfill; Silt, CO Bridge and Bypass.
1978 to 1981
ELDORADO ENGINEERING Rangely, CO and Glenwood springs, CO
Design Engineer, responsible for planning, design and construction oversight; also Branch Manager of field office in Rangely, CO. Projects included bridge loading analyses through Western Colorado; subdivision planning, agency approval, design, and construction administration; structural design.
1977 to 1978
CENTRIC CORPORATION Denver, CO
Held various positions, including Assistant Project Manager and Superintendent.
1971 to 1976
CENTRIC CORPORATION Denver, CO
Working as a Journeyman Carpenter during the summers, earned tuition through providing carpentry to projects such as condominiums at Copper Mountain, CO; Waste Water Treatment Plant, Lakeland, CO; One Denver Place (high rise), Denver CO.
Professional Engineer # PE 17760, Colorado
Member, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)