Construction Site Superintendent
Aaron Smith has 27 years of experience in a wide variety of all phases of construction including consultation, implementation, project management and oversight. His experience includes managing some of the most complex, environmentally sensitive, multi-billion dollar sites with multiple contracts, regulations and sub-contractors in hazardous material superfund sites while under direct supervision from multiple federal and state regulatory agencies while supervising up to 150 people under many sub-contractors in tandem with city utilities, inspectors and stakeholders. Aaron’s experience includes subdivision consulting, home construction, heavy industrial engineering projects at a variety of sites, including: industrial chemical facilities, energy production plants, oil fields, ports, plating facilities, quarry’s, open pit strip mines, blasting sites, county disposal and haz-mat landfills, hazardous waste sites, wetlands, sensitive ecological sites, holding pond excavations and pond liner installation, complex excavation and grading sites and thermal remediation facilities. His experience also includes construction quality assurance QA/QC, excavation oversight, nuclear density soils compaction testing and analysis, erosion controls, sloping, competent soils person as defined by OSHA CFR1926.32(f), grading, trenching and shoring, remediation system design and operations, industrial engineering, operation and maintenance of heavy industry typical items (3 phase motors, shakers, hoppers, screening grizzly’s, trammels, conveyors, presses, electrical controls, variable speed drives), diesel and heavy equipment mechanics, concrete forming, rebar, concrete pouring, vibratory compaction and concrete compaction testing, Schmidt hammer concrete compaction testing, typical wood framing, drywall and mud, roofing, home and industrial electrical safety certified with experience in multiple voltages and industrial electric settings, radon and contamination testing for soil and soil vapor including knowledge of numerous contaminates of environmental concern (solids, liquid, gas and multi-phase), deep well boring, well inspection, drilling, mud viscosity, well water development, logging, water sampling, fugitive storm water sampling, pH, dissolved oxygen and turbidity testing, SC-AQMD fugitive dust level compliance testing, demolition, tank cleaning, underground storage tank certification and removal, GPS and GIS knowledge, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), Best Management Practices (BMPs), State and Federal agency regulatory compliance, working with federal, state, county and city level authorities for compliance and permitting, site health and safety compliance.