Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Overview

Construction Claims Litigation Analyst skilled in all phases of engineering operations. Consistently finished projects on schedule.

Analyze construction claims assisting in support of settlement negotiations and trial preparation with Attorney General's Office

Bureau Legislative Liaison during mainly the Connecticut annual legislative session. Involved, monitoring legislative activity for proposed legislation effecting, the Department of Transportation, the highway construction industry and the bureau. Prepared testimony for Department officials to testify at legislative hearings, and prepare fiscal impact statements.

Personable, communicate openly and effectively with all involved, from construction contractors staff to company CEOs.

Served on different committees both volunteer and assigned projects throughout my service at Department of Transportation. Please see "Accomplishments" for details.

  • Duties required knowledge of various aspects of highway construction and phases of project development, e.g.,
  • Erosion and sedimentation control
  • Project management
  • Land use approval process
  • Permit applications
  • Environmental impact studies
  • Work independently and in teams

Served on the Employee Recognition Committee honoring many deserving individuals for exemplary service or their acts of kindness.

Volunteer for T.R.A.C., a program engaging junior high and high school students in real life engineering problem solving activities and competitions for the goal of exposing students to civil engineering as a career.

Creator of an activity successfully teaching map and plan reading skills received enthusiastically by students and school teaching staff.

Bureau lead for the yearly United Way giving campaign, created two fund raisers, one of which was novel idea raising above average contributions of $500 for one event, and the other exceeding all fund raisers grossing over $4000.00.

Organized outside of work other social and events of interest to employees like basketball after work.

06/1994 to 09/2004
Transportation Engineer Mead & Hunt Daytona Beach, FL,

See Summary above.

03/1988 to 04/1989
Highway Construction Inspector Wsp Pensacola, FL,

Inspector on the Hartford Flyover Interchange Project: The 200 million dollar construction project one of the largest highway construction projects in the state at the time.

Overseeing various construction operations that involved filing daily construction progress reports, calculating materials installed or removed. Tracking equipment usage, employees and contractors.

Ensuring compliance with Federal policies, and state specifications.

Personable, communicate openly and effectively with all involved, from site workers, to company CEOs. Successfully insured construction operations done according to specifications. Obtain contractors' compliance detail amicably.

Utility Coordinator for the large project, tracking and coordinating all utility operations on the project.

11/1987 to 03/1988
Highway Construction Inspector Wsp Phoenix, AZ,

Highway Construction Inspector: Monitor various construction operations and calculating amount of materials used or removed for concrete bridge pours, paving roads, installing wiring cable for illumination. Monitor erosion control.

List 4 Bridge Safety Inspection:

Inspector of various bridges for repairs or replacement. Compiling a report by documentation with pictures, the condition of beams, bolts, concrete, environmental effects of scour, monitor contractors taking concrete core samples for testing, in a bucket truck inspecting the underside of various components of bridges throughout southern Connecticut.

Expected in 1994
Bachelor of Science: Construction Management
Central Connecticut State University - New Britain, CT

Extra curricular activities: Co-president of the Civil Engineering Association, Host an early Sunday morning radio show aired from 6 am - 8 am. Served as a senator on the Student government. Director of the School of Technology Mentoring Program. International Scholar Award

Expected in 1989
Select One: Political Science/Public Administration
American University - Washington, DC

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Public Administration, minor in religion.

Expected in 1983
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts
University of Hartford - West Hartford, CT

Served as President of Campus Fellowship

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