About Henry Nazarene Montealegre
- Academic Level Degree Bachelor
- Age 28 - 32 Years
- Salary 3868
- Gender Male
- Industry Management
A professional Civil Engineer with over 6 years of in-depth experience in construction phases both in structural and architectural sections. Specializing in Project Management and Quality Control of sophisticated structures. Have implemented QC strategies that supported fast-paced construction and reduced project cost. A highly ethical individual marked with the ability to analyze construction and commercial complexities and takes pride in minimizing the cost without compromising project timeline and quality.
- 2013 Adamson University
5-year course of Civil Engineering
- 2016 - Present DBB Contracting LLC
Supervise and ensure quality of all construction works carried out on site are in accordance with contractual specification, quality standards and company procedures; Prepare technical reports and claims; Plan and develop a detailed scope, cost and schedule baseline; Providing technical expertise or advice while demonstrating resourcefulness; Preparation of Method Statements, Risk Assessment and Inspection Test Plan; Arrange and conduct tests, material sampling and site inspections; Coordinate with site sub-contractors, consultants and clients; Liaise with authorities on assessment, inspections, compliances and approvals; Monitor and control contractual commitments to assure that work is being performed in accordance with specifications, drawings, terms of contract and client expectations; prepare monthly QA/QC and progress reports; and ensuring environmental, safety and health practices are carried out on site.
- 2014 - 2016 DMCI Project Developer Inc.
Measured structural and architectural elements; Prepared bill of quantities; project cost reporting and monitoring; managed procurement process and cost control by ensuring budget compliance are met; undertook cost analysis and value engineering; contract administration; provided advise on range of legal, contractual and tendering issues; evaluated subcontractors’ claim and variation; prepared proposals.