Construction is about timing, about putting the right people and right materials in the right place. Daniel Pittman’s tenacity and attention to detail are at the heart of our success. Whether supervising project managers and subcontractors, or hammering out schedules, Daniel is our front line when it comes to timely progress and quality. At the same time, Daniel ensures accuracy in proposal writing and oversees all risk management for the company. Finally, he is responsible for licensing, permitting, and final inspections. Based on our long-term relationships and track record, we’d offer that Daniel is one of the best in the business at what he does.
Southeast Industrial Construction, LLC (SEI), Morristown, Tennessee
Oversees the daily activities of $30M general contractor from overseeing project managers and subcontractors to approving schedules, pre-construction and changes to contract documents, all to ensure each customer is satisfied with both our progress and the finished product. Daniel is responsible for proper licensure, insurance, and permitting. This leadership ensures achievement of all project milestones and attainment of certificate of occupancy for delivery to the client.
National Construction Company, Birmingham, Alabama
In charge of regional office with $200M annual billings focused on large manufacturing projects in the southeastern United States. Lead a team of 23 that encompassed Business Development, Estimators, Project Managers, Assistant Project Managers and administrative support. After corporate office divided sales and operations into two positions, served as Director of Operations for the Southeast Regional Office with a focus on operations and program/project management.
Drax Biomass – Wood Pellet Storage Facility / 2014
Port Allen, Louisiana, Project Director, $50M
Selected to provide design-build services for a wood pellet storage and shipping facility at the Port of Greater Baton Rouge. This complex project included the erection of two 120-feet-tall domes for wood pellet storage, conveyors, a ship loader, truck unloading building, rail unloading building and a control building. With storage, mechanical housing, railroad and truck unloading, transfers to cargo ships, aeration systems and more than a half-mile of conveyors.
Costco Wholesale Corporation – Warehouse / 2012
Concordville, Pennsylvania, Senior Project Manager, $11M
As part of a developer project site work, including building pad, already complete. Pre-engineered 146,000 sf warehouse including a full bakery, meat, deli and produce departments; and a fuel center. The warehouse includes 3,500 sf of cold storage space, 5,000 sf of coolers, an office, tire center, and an equipment mezzanine. The building construction consists of masonry with splitface, quick brick 10” CMU and metal panels, 6” slab on grade; PNA diamond dowel system/diamond basket assembly, metal roof on insulation and steel joists, dock levelers, 19 package roof-top units, 13 exhaust fans, 7 unit heaters, 3 VAVs and 1 gas heating unit, all protected by a wet automatic sprinkler system. This project’s construction schedule was 110 days from foundations to the Grand Opening.
Kumi Manufacturing Alabama / 2012
Clanton, Alabama, Senior Project Manager, $3M
Completed a 42,000 sf expansion onto existing manufacturing plant in Clanton, Alabama
Medline Distribution Center Remodel / 2011
Lithia Springs, Georgia, Senior Project Manager, $0.5M
Client remodeled a 15,000 sf distribution center in Lithia Springs, Georgia. Located next to manufacturing facility, renovations were completed within 5 months including improvements to office spaces on both sides of the building, repair of over 100 dock doors, upgrading standard lighting fixtures to LED fixtures and completing a joint seal to the asphalt parking.
Costco Wholesale Corporation – Warehouse / 2011
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Senior Project Manager, $17M
This 146,000 sf location required extensive onsite and offsite work as part of its scope. The pre-engineered warehouse included a full bakery, meat, deli and produce departments; and a fuel center. The warehouse includes 3,500 sf of cold storage space, 5,000 sf of coolers, an office, tire center, and an equipment mezzanine. The building construction consists of masonry with splitface, quick brick 10” CMU and metal panels, 6” slab on grade; PNA diamond dowel system/diamond basket assembly, metal roof on insulation and steel joists, dock levelers, 19 package roof-top units, 13 exhaust fans, 7 unit heaters, 3 VAVs and 1 gas heating unit, all protected by a wet automatic sprinkler system. This project’s construction schedule was 185 days from foundations to the Grand Opening.
Medline Manufacturing / 2010
Douglasville (Atlanta), Georgia, Senior Project Manager, $10M
Converted an existing 593,404 sf distribution center into an adult diaper manufacturing plant. The existing load bearing tilt-up concrete panel structure includes interior 8” CMU and 8” metal stud with gypsum walls and a single-ply ballasted EPDM membrane roof. The renovations to the original facility included removing existing concrete slabs to install interior footings, utilities and equipment foundations.
Costco Warehouse Corporation – Warehouse / 2010
Atlanta, Georgia, Senior Project Manager, $10M
The 143,057 sf pre-engineered warehouse includes 3,500 sf of cold storage space as well as an office, tire center, and an equipment mezzanine. The building consists of metal panels, 6” non-reinforced concrete floors, standing seam roof, dock levelers, 18 package roof-top units, 23 exhaust fans all protected by a wet automatic sprinkler system.
Costco Wholesale Corporation – Renovation/Expansion / 2008 – 2009
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Project Manager, $16M
20,000 sf expansion plus 27-phase remodel to the existing 160,000 sf warehouse while in operation
Wal-Mart Supercenter / 2009
Concord, North Carolina, Project Manager, $12M
Wal-Mart Supercenter / 2008
Tallahassee, Florida, Project Manager, $10M
New construction of a 205,000 sf supercenter
City Federal Condominiums, Synergy / 2007 – 2008
Birmingham, Alabama, Project Manager, $18M
Converted historic 27-story office building originally constructed in 1912 into condominiums
Barracks Complex US Army / 2006 – 2007
Fort Stewart, Georgia, Project Manager, $37M
Architectural QC for 7 barracks buildings with 147 units plus a field ops building 150,000 sf
Majestic Towers, Stage II Condominium Project, Private Developer / 2003 – 2005
Panama City Beach, Florida, Project Manager, $37M
192 units, 210’ pedestrian bridge over main road to connect with amenities building
La Riva Condominium Project, Private Developer / 2003 – 2006
Perdido Key, Florida, Project Manager, $48M
3 towers; 68 units, 2,500 sf – 5,000 sf high-end units, 3 pools, 50 covered parking spaces, 6 elevators
Palacio Condominium Project / 2001 – 2003
Perdido Key, Florida, Assistant Project Manager, $20M
108 units, 1,200-1,500 sf, 2 pools, 4 elevators
La Playa Condominium Project, Private Developer / 2001-2003
Perdido Key, Florida, Assistant Project Manager, $12M
36 high-end units, 3,000-5,000 sf
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
Pre-Construction, Construction Management, Design-Build, Scheduling, Team Leader
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