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Michael Harrison 301.249.

16130 Parklawn Place
Bowie, Maryland 20716 mh113e058@westpost.net
Professional Profile
Resident Engineer and Construction Engineer with more than 33 years of civil eng
ineering experience. Demonstrated capabilities with various rail transportation
design projects, contract negotiations, right-of-way issues, and being a liaiso
n for various agencies and public entities.
* 33 years in the design and construction of the Washington Metropolitan Area Tr
ansit Authority Rail and Bus System
* Resident Engineer for DC Streetcar
* Accomplished Construction Engineer for multi-million transportation projects
* Successful negotiator for design contracts and change orders
Professional Experience
HNTB, Arlington, VA
Resident Engineer
October 2009 to December 2010
Perform services as a DDOT construction manager for all work performed on the co
nstruction of the District of Columbia Streetcar Project, Anacostia Initial Line
Section Resident Responsibilities include managing field team of assistant res
ident engineer, office engineer and three field inspectors, monitoring work proc
esses, compliance with contract requirements, work closely with client, District
and Federal agencies and adjacent property owners to resolve design and constru
ction issues and ensure complete project success.
Geospatial Pipeline Services, College Park, MD
Chief Inspector
May 2009 to September 2009
Perform services as an Independent Third Party Inspector to meet requirements of
the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the National Associat
ion of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) for all work performed on various pipeli
ne projects. Responsibilities include on-site inspection, monitoring work proc
esses, compliance with contract requirements, and tracking submittals. As Chief
Inspector, this position works closely with agencies and clients Resident Engin
eers to ensure complete project success.
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMTA), Washington, DC (1972 - 2005)
Office of Chief Engineer, Operations Department
Adjacent Construction Manager
2000 to 2005
Served as the primary contact between public agencies and private parties with p
rojects adjacent to Metro Rail and Bus facilities to ensure no adverse impacts o
n Metro operations. Managed the design review, construction inspection and appr
oval of all projects for the WMTA. Performed the same duties for the Office of
Real Estate Joint Development Projects, which included the Gallery Place multi-u
se building, Ellington Plaza Apartments, Silver Spring Transit Center, and Princ
e George's Plaza.
Construction Engineer
1988 to 2000
Monitored and oversaw the progress of the final design and construction contract
s, coordinated with the resident engineer and field staff, approved pay estimate
s, and coordinated the construction progress and review meetings between the Met
ro staff, public agencies and private parties. Head of the Office of Constructi
on Pending Change Order Committee for reviewing and coordinating construction ch
anges and obtaining the approval from the Construction Officer Director. Respon
sible for construction contracts closeout and preparation of auxiliary construct
ion contracts. Served as Acting Project Manager for the completion of the recon
struction of the Metro Operation Control Center.
Civil Engineer
1972 to 1988
Responsibilities included right-of-way engineering by certifying the real estate
requirements for Metro projects, reviewing construction plans and specification
s and supporting the Real Estate Office in property acquisition including condem
nation actions in Federal court. Prepared final specifications books and revie
wed construction plans and specs for compliance. As Project Engineer, prepared
the scope of services and the design cost estimates for final design contracts.
Negotiated design contracts and change orders with the engineering/architect co
Project Highlights
Pentagon Metro Station, Arlington County / Adjacent Construction Manager: Manag
ed the $18 million reconstruction project of the station entrance and other site
facilities on the Pentagon grounds to meet security requirements. The project
began in 2000 and was completed in 2002.
Prince George's County, Washington, DC and Maryland / Construction Engineer: F
rom 1988 to 1993, five newly constructed miles of the Green Line were added to t
he Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's system to help ease congesti
on. The project involved building tunnels, bridges, and stations as well as th
e installation of new track. Metro stops included Fort Totten, West Hyattsville
, Prince George's Plaza, College Park and the Greenbelt Metrorail Station. The
Greenbelt Metrorail maintenance yard was also constructed as part of this $350 m
illion project.
Mt. Vernon Square, Shaw, and U Street Metrorail Stations - Washington, DC / Cons
truction Engineer: Two miles of the mass transit Green Line was constructed und
erground in this major urban area from 1988 to 1991. This project was valued at
$220 million.
Braddock Road, King Street, Eisenhower Avenue and Huntington Metrorail Stations
and Line Sections / Project Engineer: As an integral part of the region's Metro
rail transportation network, four miles of the Blue Line in Alexandria, Virginia
were designed and built. Construction for this $150 million project involved a
t-grades, tunnels, bridges and line track sections. This four-year project was
completed in 1982.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
Other Professional Experience
June 2009 - PACP (Pipeline Assessment Certification Program)
June 2009 - NASSCO Inspector Certification
May 2009 - Maryland State Erosion Control Certification