Document Control Specialist Trish Nguyen has over 10 years of experience in the construction industry; she has strong interpersonal and communication skills, strong attention to detail, and unparalleled work ethic. Ms. Nguyen experience includes: document and project controls, inspection, punch list documentation, development of operations and maintenance manuals, as well as review of submittals, RFIs, and pay application.
Project Administrator, BrightSource Energy Rio Mesa and Sonoran West Solar Electric Generating Facility Permitting – Riverside,
San Diego Unified School District Furnish and Install HVAC Systems, Proposition S & Z Bond Programs, San Diego, CA: Provides Document Control Supports to Furnish and Install HVAC Systems and all associated work for approximately 60 schools within 5 Regions of San Diego Unified School District.
Responsibilities include set up and manage project files.
Organize, maintain, utilize, and retain detailed project records and documents, including correspondences, proposals, Requests For Information (RFIs), submittals, meeting minutes, drawings, specifications, Division of the State's Architect (DSA) documents, change orders, and Architect's Supplemental Instructions using the district's project/program software (PCM 14 & SharePoint).
Work closely with Project Managers (PM), Project Inspectors (PI), and Construction Managers (CM) to maintain consistent documentation standardization processes.
In addition, responsible for prepare technical documents, correspondence, and special reports.
Provides Project Control Support for this landmark project located on 4,070 acres of mostly privately-owned land in Riverside County, approximately 13 miles southwest of Blythe, CA.
Responsibilities include reviewing and processing subcontractor's invoices using URS' accounting systems, Basware and Enterprise 1.
In addition, responsible for tracking the project's budget and providing weekly reports to the Project Manager.
The electricity generated by the two plants is enough to serve more than 200,000 homes in California during the peak hours of the day.
The complex will reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by nearly 13 million tons over its 25 year life cycle.
GSA Expansion and Reconfiguration of the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry, San Diego, CA: Serves as Project Coordinator for this landmark involving the replacement of the existing station on the U.S./Mexico border in south San Diego County.
Responsibilities include the coordination of HSPD-12 clearance and GSA badging for all individuals working on the project.
In addition, supports Project Manager by reviewing monthly pay applications and certified payroll, providing meeting minutes, document control support, and posting of RFIs.
The project will accommodate over 120,000 daily trans-border crossings upon completion, and the station will remain the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere.
This complex, 200,000 SF project involves significant cutting-edge specifications for the Department of Homeland Security and related agencies along with extensive sitework and demolition and uninterrupted 24/7 operations.
The project also involves the reconfiguration of the Interstate 5 highway and adjacent roadways.
The aim of the project is to improve traffic flow and increase safety and security for both travelers and inspection agents.
Assistant Resident Engineer, Urban Collective Technical Services – San Diego,
Responsibilities included execution of building system assessments, physical survey and Inspection of the mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, fire safety, and security systems; implement the recommended upgrades and or renovations of various systems as noted above.
Oversaw, inspected and tracked general contractor's performance, including budget and schedule.
Inspected, observed and documented all occurred events.
Assisted during the commissioning of the systems.
Maintained all documentation including RFI's, change orders, daily reports, project photos, and pay applications.
Assisted in developing of the building operation and maintenance manuals.
Developed energy efficiency improvement measures to reduce energy consumption and utility costs.
Assistant Resident Engineer, Intergulf Development Group – San Diego,
Responsibilities included inspection construction work focusing on compliance with safety, plans, details, and construction defect litigation avoidance for high rise residential projects.
Coordinated and facilitated resolution of warranty service issues by communicating with Homeowners, contractors, warranty service representatives and management effectively.
Managed pay requests, progress payments and vendor billings.
As part of Quality control team; performed construction inspection to insure the work was installed according to plans, specifications and manufacturers installation instructions.
Developed, maintained, and tracked construction punch list documentation and sign- offs.
Built and maintained the filling systems that tracked the development and construction of various residential high rise buildings in downtown San Diego.
Obtained and developed Homeowner's Maintenance Manuals and Building Operation and Maintenance Manuals.
BS: Business Administration Computer Information Systems,
1 2004 San Diego State University - Business Administration Computer Information Systems
Construction Management Certification/In Process/Mesa College:
Construction Management Document Controls/Project Controls Years of Experience With URS: 4 Years With Other Firms: 6 Years.