Tim Kemper | Vice President
Thirty-eight years’ experience in all phases of environmental and construction/management, including senior positions. Ability to fast-track projects coordinates, communicate, and perform intense management critical to project completion. Proficient at system analysis and solving complex issues in the field and office.
Main Office, Field Offices and Management: preparation of bids and schedules, cost projections, budgeting, contracts, permits, material purchasing, progress payments, prepare performance appraisals, review daily reports, monitor compliance with company policies and procedures, Environmental Safety and Health and QA/QC programs, random drug screening, security reviews, performed final inspections, final acceptance, prepared and approved as-built drawings.
Government Oversight: Construction Manager; prepare utility locations, bid evaluations, design-build, design reviews, construction oversight / inspections, prepare price requests, review subcontractor cost breakdowns, enforce compliance with plans, specifications, standards, codes, regulations, LLNL and L.B.N.L. standards; evaluation of claims and time extension & reject if not justified, schedule an as-built review, process submittals and R.F.I.’s, etc.
Enforced compliance: with plans, specifications, permits, codes, and standards.
Adept at communication: with clients, design team, management, subcontractors, 8 a subcontractors, vendors, regulatory agencies, public forums, and field personnel.
Company Problem Solving: specializing in troubled projects re-staffing, implementing new policies and procedures, restoring company-client relations to the completion of the project.
General Construction: design-build, computer, user support building, generic office buildings, multi-use buildings, labs, clean rooms, electrical systems, TI [Interior Build out}.
Decontamination and Demolished: buildings, chemical plants, drying towers, above ground storage tanks, missile silos, etc.
Civil Construction: soil prep, wick drains, surcharge retaining wall, earthwork, super-pads, roadways, drainage basins, etc.
Utility infrastructure removal and installation: large diameter sewer, water, and storm drain systems, electrical, commutations, gas force main, deep excavation, box culverts, de-watering systems, shoring systems, etc.
Fuel Systems removal and replacement: above and underground storage tanks, piping (welded steel, fiberglass, etc.) appurtenances, construction of multi fuels storage and off load systems, fuel control, detentions systems, buildings, and offices, etc.
Vertical Construction: design-build, masonry, block, steel frame and concrete tilt-up buildings, office buildings, labs, laser clean rooms, etc.
Concrete: footings, steam walls, slabs, ring walls, concrete containment trenches, slabs and large concrete pours.
Contaminated site remediation: asbestos abatement, emergency response, TNT, PCB, Hydrocarbon, lead and pesticides decontamination/clean-up.
New Creek and Wetlands: relocation and creation, compliance with mitigation plans and U.S.A.C.E., EPA, Fish and Wildlife, Fish and Game, R.W.Q.C.B., D.T.S.C. and City permits, etc.
Levee: repairs, slurry wall construction, dredging, wetlands and creek creation.
Water: treatment systems and oil water separators. wastewater treatment plants, water plants,
clean Up: landfill closures, large areas of fire debris clean-up.
Adept communication with clients
Thirty-eight years’ experience
Education and Certifications
Contractor Lic. # 837904
Human Resources Management (last updated 06/01)
30 Hour OSHA Course (#600052010)
NFPA 70E [Electrical Code Safety]
First Responder Operational Certificate
Confined Space Entry
Joor Plasteel Tank Installer Certification
GeoFlex System Pipe Installer Certification
Smith Fiberglass Products Piping Systems Installer Certification
Excavation and Trenches Certificate OSHA 1926, Subpart P
April 2015 – Present
Responsibilities include but not limited to: Sales, Estimating, Owners Rep. (field oversight), Construction Manager, and Project Management: all aspects of management for government and private construction projects. Assumed management of projects for bonding companies, to complete work remaining on contracts due to contractor inability to complete their work. Assist in resolution of pending change orders, resolving claims with the government, subcontractor and vendor claims and lawsuits against bonding companies.
Clients include: The University of California Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, A Squared.
Tim Kemper Environmental
January 1994 – April 2015
Principal Responsibilities include but not limited to: Sales, Estimating, Owners Rep. (field oversight), Construction Manager, and Project Management: all aspects of management for government and private construction projects. Assumed management of projects for bonding companies, to complete work remaining on contracts due to contractor inability to complete their work. Assist in resolution of pending change orders, resolving claims with the government, subcontractor and vendor claims and lawsuits against bonding companies.
Clients include: the University of California Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Mendoza & Associates, Luster National Inc. (CM at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Christian S. Call, Athna Inc., AEC (8a), Bay Systems Inc. Clearwater Group, Inc. (8a), RFI, Knight Piesold, ACCI (8a), Arctic Slope Construction, Inc., Viceroy Management, Inc., Kimmins International, Inc., Davis & Associates, Thom Knoch Consulting Group, various bonding companies.
West Coast Environmental
June 1991 – January 1994
Responsibilities included but not limited to: Management of environmental personnel throughout the United States and Guam. Complete oversight of federal and local government contracts, including submittals, critical path management, site inspection, change orders, progress billings and instituted controls to assure paperwork flow and attend to all project priorities.