Tim H. Willard


Military Construction Project Management, Construction Contract Administration, Project Scheduling, Quality Assurance,
Quality Control, Project Safety Administration, Design Build Project Management, Environmental Construction Project
Management, Personnel Management, Team Leadership, Structural Engineering, Computer Skills, AutoCAD, WINRMS,
Primavera Project Scheduler, Excellent Verbal and Written communication. Face-to-face and Virtual Teaching Skills.


Instructor January 2020 -Present
Instructor for the Construction ManagementDepartment at Weber State University. Courses include:

  • Applied Structures –A study of Statics, Strength of Materials, Beam& ColumnDesign for Wood and Steel, Shear and Bending Moment Diagrams, Composite Sections
  • Civil Materials –A study of Civil Materials and lab experimentsto include: Steel,Aluminum, Aggregates, Cement, Concrete, Asphalt Cement, Wood.
  • Temporary Structures –A study of shoring systems and design to include: Scaffolding, Sheet Piling, Concrete Formwork, Bracing & Guying, Trestle and Equipment Bridges.
  • Planning and Scheduling Construction –A study of scheduling technics and use of scheduling software.

US Army Corps of Engineers

Area Engineer-Sacramento District January 2019 –December 2019

VA/Milcon Area Engineer, responsible for programming, budgeting, and resources in support of assigned construction
program. Subordinate organizations include VA resident construction offices located in Reno, Livermore, and Alameda and
Milcon Offices located in Utah, Sacramento, Ft Hunter Liggett, and MOTCO.
Supervision of staff responsible for all construction projects to insure execution and enforcement of governing policies and
regulatory requirements. Provided mentoring and training for all field offices to include Civil Works. Took the lead in
transitioning from paper to paperless process for all field offices.

Assistant Resident Engineer June 2014 - January 2019

Administrative Contracting Officer responsible for office engineering management support to Dugway Proving Grounds,
Tooele Army Depot, Ft Douglas Army Reserve Center, and Hill AFB, with an annual multi-million dollar military construction

  • Responsible for office management, function, and procedure
  • Responsible for contract modifications ( i.e. estimates, funding, negotiations)
  • Responsible for the review of review of Contractor’s Primavera network analysis
  • Responsible for Project Engineering supervision: training, tutoring, mentoring

Area Engineer –Utah Area 2010 – June 2014
Provide programming, budgeting, and resources in support of assigned construction program. Subordinate organizations
include two resident construction offices and two project offices.
Supervision of staff responsible for all construction projects to insure execution and enforcement of governing policies and
regulatory requirements.


  • Supervise a large, complex and varied long-range military construction program. Projects include $80M per year in military construction placement as well as a three year $1.5 Billion Data Center.
  • Military construction projects are located throughout the geographic areas of Utah and Grand Junction Co.
  • Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management Course Instructor.

Resident Engineer 2003 –2010
Administrative Contracting Officer responsible for construction management support to Dugway Proving Grounds, Tooele
Army Depot, Ft Douglas Army Reserve Center, and Hill AFB, with an annual multi-million dollar military construction
Directly responsible for performing and directing the full range of field and office-engineering activities associated with
construction operations. I am responsible for all fiscal management, quality management, and contract administration
assigned to the Resident Office.

  • Manage a staff of 25 field personnel to assure designs, specifications, and drawings are prepared according to specified standards,
  • Assured the construction of military facilities meets the time and quality requirements established by the construction documents (plans and specs).
  • Military facilities included infrastructure, airfield construction, military housing, aircraft maintenance hangars, munition storage facilities, warehouses, and administration facilities.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Design-Build Course instructor.

Project Engineer 1999 – 2003
Contracting Officer Representative, responsible for the contract administration of numerous Environmental and Military
Construction projects located at Ogden Defense Depot, Ft. Douglas, Tooele Army Depot, and Deseret Chemical Depot.
Projects ranged in value between $200,000-$5,000,000.

  • Provided the coordination efforts with contractors, customers, and State of Utah regulators. Contracts include Lump Sum Low Bid, Cost-Plus, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity, and Pre-Placed Remedial Action Contracts.
  • Administration included quality assurance inspection, processing and approval of payments, and processing modifications.

Structural Engineer 1986-1995
Demonstrated technical expertise and served as adviser for all structural and related features on construction projects
under the jurisdiction of the Utah Office. Performed Structural design utilizing concrete, steel, and timber, aluminum, and
masonry elements.

  • Conducted field inspection on all phases of construction. Review and approved shop drawings and contractor submittals for conformance with contract plans and specifications.
  • Prepared correspondence relative to structural issues to higher headquarters, suppliers, contractors, and designers.
  • Processed modifications and claims by providing scopes of work, estimates, and negotiations.
  • Performed Biddability, Constructability, and Operability reviews on projects prior to contract award.

Civil Engineer 1985-1986
I was assigned to the Construction Branch, Quality Assurance Section, where I provided shop drawing review and field
inspections for Civil and Structural related features of work. I transferred from the Quality Assurance section to the Utah
Resident Office at Hill AFB, Utah, as a field inspector responsible for providing civil, architectural, and structural inspection,
verifying compliance with contract plans and specifications.

Parralell Work Experience

Adjunct Instructor for the Parsons Construction Management Technology Department at Weber State University 2007 - Present
CMT 3350 -Applied Structures is 4 credit hour course that includes properties of materials and mechanics as it relates to the structural
behavior of load resisting components. Loads and stresses analysis to design and selection structural components in residentialand
commercial buildings.

Structural Design Engineer 1991 - Present
Structural Design Engineer – Independent Structural Design -Roy, Utah
Structural Engineering on a contract basis to include: residential and light commercial structural designs, including gravity and lateral analysis
of wood, masonry, and steel structures.

Design Engineer June 1989 –Dec 1991
Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers - Salt Lake City, Utah.
Contract work at peak workload periods. Approximately 10 hrs per week.
FEMA USAR June 1991 to December 2020

Urban Search and Rescue Structures Specialist –Corps of Engineers Urban Search and Rescue Cadre. Since being with the USAR Cadre I have
deployed to several disaster sites across the country. Guam –Deployed as a six-member team that provided expertise and guidance to the
public works department responsible for building structural assessment. KlamathFalls, OR-Coordinated with the state government and the
public school system providing structural assessment of school facilities. Northridge, CA–Building and residential assessment for the City.
Oklahoma City, OK– Served as lead structural engineer on the night shift for 10 days of the recovery effort. Responsible for the safety of
rescue crews, shoring, debris removal sequencing, and building monitoring. Grand Forks, ND-Instituted a post flood building assessment
program for the city, inspected buildings and residences provided training and expertise to the city building officials for structural assessment.
New York City –Assisted in mapping the subterranean levels for search and rescue coordination efforts. Hurricane Rita –Provided Structural
assessment of schools, bridges, casino, & parking structure. Experience in USAR has also included teaching USAR skills instructor (collapse
assessment and shoring) for Corps of Engineers and FEMA sponsored response teams across the nation.

Other Work Experience

Water Treatment Plant Operator, Central Utah Water District, Orem, Utah.
Served as an operator of the Utah Valley and Jordan Valley treatment plants. Performed water quality tests, developed chemical dosage
charts, and handled minor plant maintenance.
Engineer Technician, Collision Safety, Inc., Orem, Utah
Assisted mechanical engineers in performing vehicle accident reconstruction, vehicle inspection, and exhibits for courtroom illustration.

Personal Data


  • BS, 1984, Civil Engineering, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
  • MS, 1985, Civil Engineering (Structural), Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
  • Licensed Structural Engineer - State of Utah

Continuing Education

  • FEMA Advanced USAR Structure Specialist 17 September 2004 40
  • FEMA Heavy Equipment and Rigging Specialist October 2003 40
  • Negotiating Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution 30 Aug - 3 Sep 2004 40
  • Construction Management Program – Texas A&M 9April- 21Apr2000 80
  • OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations Training Course 733 13 April 1999 8
  • Design of Concrete Bldg for Earthquake and Wind Forces 7 October 1999 8
  • Negotiating Construction Contract Modifications 16-20 March 1998 36
  • FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Structures Specialist 20-22 August 1997 36
  • Lead Supervisor/Contractor Training 5-9 May 1997 40
  • Con 223 –Construction Contracting 7-18 July 1997 80
  • HTRW Remedial Action Cost-Reimbursement Workshop 6-9 May 1996 32
  • Estimating for Construction Modifications 5-9 February 1996 36
  • Design Build Seminar 9-11 January 1996 32
  • Con 201 –Government Contract Law 27 Feb-10 March 95 80
  • Value Engineering Workshop 22-26 August 1994 40
  • Penetrant/Mag Particle Testing of Welds 14-17 March 1994 32
  • Visual Welding Inspection 22-25 February 1994 24
  • Con 101–Fundamentals MGT of Defense ACQ Contracts 15 March 1993 pass
  • Network Analysis Systems 25 - 29 January 1993 36
  • Principles of Government Contract Pricing 28 Sep - 9 Oct 1992 80
  • Contracting Overview 27 Jan- 18 Feb 1992 16
  • Introduction to Supervision 14 - 18 May 1990 40
  • Masonry Structural Design 8 - 12 August 1988 40
  • Seismic Design for Buildings 10 - 14 August 1987 40
  • General Construction Inspection 17 - 21 November 86 40
  • Introduction to Construction Contract Management 31 Mar - 4 Apr 86 40


  • Superior Civilian Service Award 2012 Construction Management Excellence Award 2010
  • 6-Special Act Awards 5-Performance Awards
  • 3-Quality Step Increase 3-Humanitarian Service Awards
  • 2-Individual Cash Awards National Hardhat Award 1999
  • Meritorious Civilian Service Medal Bronze Order of the De Fleury Medal


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