About Me

ILIE RETEZATU

Address: Bd. Republicii, nr. 25, bl. A7, sc. B, ap. 60

Mun. Ploiesti, Prahova, Romania

Telephone: 0723.016.286

e-mail: constructorul31@gmail.com

PERSONAL DETAILS
Birthday: 15.08.1975
PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE
TO OBTAIN A CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR POSITION – available July 1st, 2018
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Apr 2017 – April2018 RPS Europe
Site Supervisor/Resident Engineer
Site Supervisor/Resident engineer for Shannon Airport Runway 06-24 Rehabilitation and Exeter Airport Runway 08-26 Rehabilitation projects. Supervised all work including Marshall (with Sealoflex) asphalt overlay of concrete runway, BBA overaly, drainage improvements and electrical works. Provided the client with monthly updates, technical advice and field daily reports and efficiently communicated early on any potential cost outruns and the project cash flow tracker. Monitored all on-site safety requirements, conducted client meetings and weekly and monthly construction progress meetings.
Nov 2016 – Mar 2017 Aerodome Construct SRL
Project Site Coordinator
Conducted daily client-contractor project site meetings and followed construction progress on several commercial buildings and one new football stadium. Coordinated and planned the site activity of over 40 laborers and team leaders and coordinated the equipment and material logistics for all of our project sites. Monitored all health and safety hazards and provisions in order to comply with current legislation and prevent any potential accidents.
Sep 2012- Nov 2015 Gale Associates  
Senior Project Engineer
Designed airfield pavements and stormwater drainage, runway and taxiway markings for airports throughout the north-eastern US. Analyzed flood storage volumes for existing and proposed conditions and provided mitigation. Prepared SWPPPs for airports in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Hampshire using both the EPA federal and DEP/DEC state and local regulations. Mitigated for groundwater recharge loss via infiltration basin design and permitted injection wells. Performed resident engineering duties on airport construction projects, including runway, taxiway and building construction. Conducted client meetings, prepared estimates of probable costs, prepared grant applications and contracts.
May 2012 – Sep 2012 Parsons Brinckerhoff
Senior Construction Inspector
Performed construction inspection for the Runway 10L-28R Reconstruction Project at Niagara Falls International Airport.  Coordinated with electrical subcontractor all aspects of conduit, cable, runway and taxiway lights, centerline and touchdown zone in-pavement lights, threshold lights, electrical vault and tower work and PAPIs installation. Prepared daily field reports and verified as-built quantities and prepared monthly construction progress reports and issued payment certificates. Mentored junior staff and updated the Client and the Project Manager of all construction field changes.
Mar2007 – May 2012 McFarland Johnson
Airport/Resident Engineer
Resident Engineer for airport projects throughout New York and Pennsylvania, including runway and apron/taxiway construction, hangar construction and rehabilitation. Supervised contractors, managed budgets and served as liaison between the owner and the contractor. Maintained project schedules and monitored on-site quantities and prioritized work items to best meet client’s needs. Conducted weekly progress meetings, reviewed shop drawings, submitted change orders and change directives. Designed runway, taxiway and apron pavements and all the associated drainage, utility and electrical layout. Designed T-hangars, columns, piers and foundations and updated airport layout plans.
Jun 2006 – Mar 2007 Bergmann Associates
Civil/Site Design Engineer
Designed large commercial subdivisions for multi-tenant retail uses. Performed site, grading and utility layouts in AutoCAD 2006 and designed storm sewers, sanitary sewers and water mains to meet state, local and client standards. Analyzed and sized storm water detention ponds per state wide environmental agency policies for eliminating pollutants and reducing off-site runoff. Conducted site plan reviews and submitted site plan approval applications to various local, state and federal agencies as part of the SEQRA process. Coordinated site design process with sub-consultants and local town supervisors and/or departmental leaders.
Jun 2005 – Mar 2006 SRF & Associates
Traffic Engineering Intern
Simulated traffic conditions in Synchro and SimTraffic and provided mitigation measures to help traffic decongestion. Performed traffic assessments and developed traffic impact studies based on existing, background and future development conditions. Analyzed traffic calming techniques and submitted reports to various state and municipal agencies for review.
EDUCATION
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY Major: Civil Engineering Technology Degree: Bachelor of Science, May 2006 GPA 3.3 with Honors
PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES
2013 –  Professional Engineering License – State of New York
COMPUTER AND OTHER SKILLS
Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, HydroCAD, FAARFIELD Drivers License
PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS
Ability to coordinate multpile project sites simultaneously. Self-starter, motivated and high self-esteem, well regarded by my peers. Team player. Efficient leader and the ability to provide good technical and commercial advice to Clients. Good written and verbal communication skills. Work well under stress and in fast paced environments.

Experience

Ilie Retezatu, P.E.

Representative Project Experience

GENERAL SUMMARY

Mr. Retezatu has provided design for numerous airport improvement projects, including pavement, drainage, grading, marking and lighting design for runway, taxiway, apron and airport access roads. He has also served as a Resident Engineer and provided construction support and administration services on several of these projects, providing on-site monitoring of construction activities. Ilie is proficient in the use of and routinely applies Civil3D software applications on a wide variety of aviation, and site/civil projects.

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE

Reconstruction of Runway 6-24, Shannon Airport, Ireland – This project, funded by the Shannon Airport Authority, involved the rehabilitation of approximately 2,500 meters of runway at the Shannon Airport, in Ireland. The proposed runway pavement section consists of existing concrete base overlayed with three layers of Marshall asphalt, including a base layer which incorporates Sealoflex. Existing expansion joints in the concrete base were also treated with Glassgrid PG-200 and Sealoflex. Numerous operational impacts and possession of the runway during night time only required close coordination with the IAA, Shannon Airport and the airlines. Project Owner: Shannon Airport Authority, Ireland Project Cost: €13,000,000.00 Year: 2017

Construction of Taxiway “A” Extension, Turners Falls, MA, USA – This project, funded under a Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program grant, involved the design and construction of approximately 1,000 feet of a taxiway extension at the Turners Falls Airport, in the town of Montague, MA. The complexity of the design taxiway is the result of the location of the Airport in an extremely sensitive archeological area, with many physical constraints related to archeological site impacts. Operational impacts and minimum runway closure required close coordination with the FAA, MAssDOT and the Airport. Project Owner: Town of Montague, MA Project Cost: $1,000,000.00  Year: 2015

Construction of Snow Removal Equipment (SRE) building, Chatham Municipal Airport, Chatham, MA, USA – This project, funded under an FAA AIP grant, involved the design and construction of a 2,700 square feet building to host the snow removal vehicles at the Chatham Municipal Airport in the town of Chatham, MA. Due to the environmentally sensitive location it required close coordination with the Cape Cod Commission, FAA, MassDOT and the Airport. Project Owner: Town of Chatham, MA Project Cost: $875,000.00 Year: 2014

Reconstruction of Runway 6-24, George D. Harlow Field, Marshfield, MA, USA – This project, funded under an FAA AIP grant, involved the design and reconstruction of approximately 6,000 feet of runway at the George D. Harlow Field, in the town of Marshfield, MA. The complexity of the design for the proposed runway and taxiway is the result of the location of the Airport in an extremely sensitive environmental area, with many physical constraints related to wetland impacts and protected wildlife habitat. Numerous operational impacts and minimum runway closure required close coordination with the FAA, MAssDOT and the Airport. Project Owner: Town of Marshfield, MA Project Cost: $8,000,000.00 Year: 2013

Taxilanes Reconstruction, Eastern Slope Regional Airport, Fryeburg, ME, USA – This project, funded under the FAA AIP, involved the reconstruction of approximately 15, 000 SF of taxilane serving multiple aircraft hangars. The design and construction efforts consisted of drainage improvements, new drainage structures, demolition of existing features and reconstruction of the pavement structure. Project Owner: Eastern Slope Airport Authority Project Cost: $200,000.00 Year: 2013

Reconstruction of Runway 14-32, Boire Field, Nashua Airport Authority, Nashua, NH, USA – This project, funded under an FAA AIP grant, involved the reconstruction of approximately 6,000 feet of runway at the Boire Field, Nashua Airport. The construction efforts consisted of the shift of the existing runway and associated taxiways, and numerous drainage improvements. Project Owner: Nashua Airport Authority Project Cost: $13,000,000.00 Year: 2012-2013

Rehabilitation of Runway 10L-28R, Niagara Falls International Airport, Niagara Falls, NY, USA – This project, funded under the FAA AIP, involved the rehabilitation of approximately 9,800 feet of the Runway 10L-28R at the Niagara Falls International Airport. The construction efforts consisted of rubblization of the existing Portland Cement Concrete runway, overlaying with Hot Mixed Asphalt Concrete and installation of new   centerline and touch down zone lights. Project Owner: Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Project Cost: $20,000,000.00 Year: 2012

Radiant Heating (Geothermal), Prototype for Airfield Pavements, Greater Binghamton Airport, Town of Maine, NY, USA – This project, funded under an FAA Research grant, involves design and construction of approximately 4,000 SF of a geo-thermally heated concrete apron and passenger ramp to connect the main terminal and the main apron at the Greater Binghamton Airport in the Town of Maine, NY. The new geothermal technology is used primarily to heat up the ramp and apron’s concrete surface during the winter months and cool off the terminal building during the summer months. Project Owner: City of Binghamton Project Cost: $1,000,000.00  Year: 2011

Terminal Apron Construction Administration, Greater Binghamton Airport, Town of Maine, NY, USA – This project, funded under the FAA AIP, involves design and construction of the Portland Cement Concrete apron for the main terminal apron at the Greater Binghamton Airport in the Town of Maine, NY. The new apron services three major airlines and it included numerous grading, drainage, and electrical improvements. This project required effective communication and countless coordination meetings with the commercial air-carriers for the project to be completed on-time and under budget. Project Owner: City of Binghamton Project Cost: $370,000.00 Year: 2011

Tee Hangar Construction Administration, Tri-Cities Airport, Endicott, NY, USA – This project, funded under the New York State Transportation Bond Act Business Airport Development program, involves design and construction phase services for a 12-bay tee hangar at Tri-Cities Airport in Endicott, NY. The new tee hangar, constructed adjacent to the existing tee hangar and across the transient aircraft apron from the terminal building, accommodates single engine aircraft formerly housed in the bulk hangar. Project Owner: Village of Endicott Project Cost: $600,000.00 Year: 2010

Airport Obstruction Removal Construction Administration, Tri-Cities Airport, Endicott, NY, USA – This project consisted of design, permitting, and bidding and award services, as well as construction administration for the removal of on-airport tree obstructions to the airspace surrounding Runway 3-21. Project Owner: Village of Endicott Project Cost: $90,000.00 Year: 2009

8-Bay T-Hangar Construction Administration, Hamilton Municipal Airport, Hamilton, NY, USA – The project funded by the FAA involves construction administration services for single 8 bay tee hangar structure; an access taxilane and apron pavements immediately adjacent to the structure; and associated drainage, markings, and edge reflectors. Engineering design services for this project were also provided by MJ. Project Owner: Village of Hamilton Project Cost: $400,000.00 Year: 2009

Jet A Fuel Construction Administration, Schuylkill County Airport, Pottsville, PA, USA – This project involved preparation of contract documents, assistance in bidding, grants administration and construction administration for the acquisition and installation of a 12,000 gallon Jet-A tank with associated fuel pumping, monitoring and control systems. Project Owner: Schuylkill County Airport Authority Project Cost: $60,000.00  Year: 2008

Bridge Construction Inspection, Court Street Bridge, Binghamton, NY, USA – This federally funded project involved the rehabilitation of the Court Street Bridge over the Chenango River in the City of Binghamton, including replacement of the existing concrete deck under staged construction and repair to the substructure units. Work tasks include approach roadway improvements, the construction of a river walk, and the construction of an amphitheater. Ilie Retezatu provided full-time construction inspection, construction administration, review of shop drawings, and development of design modifications during construction.  Project Owner: City of Binghamton Project Cost: $4,000,000.00 Year: 2008

Bridge Rehabilitation Construction Inspection, Halsey Valley Road over Catatonk Creek, Spencer, NY, USA – This project involves the construction inspection for the bridge substructure rehabilitation, construction of a new concrete deck, and rehabilitation of existing beams for a 52 foot single-span, steel beam bridge.  Project Owner: Tioga County Project Cost: $750,000.00 Year: 2007

Bulk Hangar Construction Administration, Tri-Cities Airport, Endicott, NY, USA – Resident Engineer. This project funded by the Federal Aviation Administration and the Town of Endicott entailed administrative and part-time resident inspection services during the rehabilitation of the bulk hangar project at the Tri-Cities Airport. Project Owner: Village of Endicott Project Cost: $180,000.00  Year: 2007

EDUCATION

BS – Rochester Institute of Technology / Civil Engineering Technology / 2006

AAS – Broome Community College / Civil Engineering Technology / 2003