Construction Foreman Sample Resume

Robert Smith
1234 Wicker Drive
Lakeland, FL 33000
Home: 727-555-5555
Cell: 727-555-5556

To secure a position within an established company where my skills and experience will be utilized, and opportunity for future advancement as a foreman can be fulfilled.

Qualifications Summary
  • Hard-working, conscientious, and intelligent construction worker interested in international employment as construction foreman.
  • Extremely skilled in planning and execution of special projects in time-critical environments.
  • Extensive knowledge in directing, coordinating and exercising authority for planning, organization, control and completion of projects.
  • Conducted critical inspections on homes and provided reports detailing issues found.
  • Very skilled at solving customer relations issues by seeking first to understand and then to be understood.
  • Effectively able to communicate with customers, contractors and management.
Laney College, Tampa, FL
  • Certificate of Achievement in Building Codes & Inspection (May 2004)
  • Concentration in Uniform Building Codes & Inspection, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing and Seismic/fire Codes and Inspection.
General Alonso High School Graduate, Tampa, FL (May 1997)

Work Experience
Superintendent: Sept. 2004 - Present, Divi Resorts, Tampa, FL
  • Responsibilities include all operations, procurement, scheduling, quality control, and production/pre-production, reporting status and progress and chairing meetings.
  • Extensive knowledge in interacting with architects, owners, building inspectors, utility representatives, and subcontractors.
  • Other duties: Examining and inspecting work progress, equipment and construction site to verify safety and ensure that specifications are met, analyzing and planning installation and construction of equipment and structures, conferring with supervisory personnel and subcontractors to discuss such matters as work procedures, complaints, and construction problems, and contracting workers to perform construction work in accordance with specifications.
Construction Superintendent: Nov. 2002 - Aug. 2004, Architects and Engineers, Tampa, FL
  • Duties included scheduling, paperwork, and material tracking
  • Followed government guidelines while dealing with multi-national clientele, addressing both practical necessities and duties required to sustain a standard of living in a harsh environment under less than ideal conditions, while maintaining a high volume of productivity and a high quality product.
  • Other responsibilities: Verifying materials loaded and unloaded against work order, scheduling times of shipment and mode of transportation, inspecting equipment and verifying conformance to standards, observing work procedures to ensure quality of work and estimating material and worker requirements to complete job.
Carpenter/Supervisor: July 1997 - Oct. 2002, Hillstreet Construction, Tampa, FL
  • Built and maintained sites for the coal industry
  • Supervised and distributed work amongst 50+ employees.
  • Other activities: Build-outs, punch-lists, labor distribution, time-sheet tracking, coordinating labor and material deliveries, checking a number of sites and assessing and addressing their needs.
  • Completed underground training, July 1997 - Oct. 2002
*References available upon request.