KEN FISHER

President
ken@paradigm-ors.biz
208-867-3652

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SUMMARY

30 years of Commercial, Industrial and Educational construction project experience. Experience includes Business Administration and Project Management for both a corporate fortune 500 company as well as a small business. Solid experience with the development and management of programs directly associated with all ground up Project Management activities; Due Diligence, Planning, Design, Construction, and Facilities Operations activities nationally and internationally. Career responsibilities include; Owners Representative, Corporate Facilities Planning Manager, VP of Construction, Program and Project Manager of Commercial, Industrial and Educational construction projects.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Commercial, Industrial and Educational Industries Project Knowledge
  • Project Management
  • Building Trusting Relationships/Teams
  • Promblem Solving
  • Mentoring
  • Delegation

EXPERIENCE

Paradigm Of Idaho, Inc 2007-Present
Owner's Representative
Developed, implemented and manage business and project management plans and processes for Commercial, Industrial and Educational Projects. Through leadership, project knowledge, and communication my strength is managing a project start to finish with the same commitment and energy.

Micron Technology 2000-2007
Corporate Facilities Planning Manager
National and International responsibilities. Through leadership, project knowledge, and solid communication accomplished building teams to deliver both critical and non-critical projects on time and at budget. Developed, implemented and managed programs and projects, creating valuse for the company.

Micron Construction, Inc. 1993-2000
Vice President
One of three individuals directly responsible for the successful start-up and operation of Micron Construction, Inc., a company which grew from 3 people to 220 management personnel in 6 years. This aggressive growth required the knowledge, persistence and ability to manage a range of functional areas within this company.

Micron Technology, Inc. 1988-1993
Construction - Project Manager
Responsible for managing several projects ranging from offices, to manufacturing to industrial. Some of this work utilized a Fast-Track approach, with construction starting soon after the design had started. Fast-Track construction was market driven; it required handson management, documentation and project controls.

Engineering Associate
Responsible for project systems components, i.e., design, material selection and specifications for offices, manufacturing and industrial projects.

Engineering Associate
Responsible for measuring, adjusting and setting air and water flow rates and pressures of HVAC systems within offices, manufacturing and industrial facilities.

EDUCATION

  • Boise State – Business Administration & Marketing/Sales
  • Boise State – Micro MBA
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering – Construction Management Program
  • Denver Engineering Tech – TAB - Testing and Balancing of Commercial and Industrial Environmental Systems
  • Missoula, Montana Sheet Metal Apprentice/Journeyman Program
  • Submittal Exchange Documents Control Software
  • NewForma Document Control Software
  • Member Boise Chamber of Commerece
  • Member Boise Valley Economic Partnership