Ted Lea

Vice President of Project Management & Operations

Started in data management/document control group performing regular duties, as well as piloting both in house proprietary and commercial software packages. Implemented first fully automated plant facilities systems in the world in 2001, including migrating over 2 million records from all lump sum contractors various systems, while working as client consultant with Intergraph to architect software packages for engineering as well as operations & maintenance management. The framework developed here would later become the project software suite for world wide industry standard engineering projects.

Thru night school studies, worked my way up thru the company doing CAD design and Solid Modeling in early 2000's. Soon became the go to person in the company as global subject matter expert in data migrations for project start-ups, as well as new implementations. From there worked as software/architecture design consultant for various owner operators in both in house software as well as project collaboration software packages. A few highlights of challenges on various projects are as follows: Migrated both inventory and financial systems for the Department of Energy within undisclosed nuclear facilities in the USA; Worked as consultant for the Department of Defense managing inventory, asset management, and reorder systems in Iraq and Afghanistan thru all forward operating bases; contracted out as subject matter expert consultant for Australian company developing industry standard collaboration software for interface management.

While maintaining previous responsibilities have held various positions at the Project management/Director level as various titles. Typically brought in to evaluate health/productivity of projects and develop not only data management/migration plans, but work processes and training for clients. I've had the opportunity to work anywhere from war zones to jungles and thoroughly enjoy the challenge of new projects and meeting new people with unexplored opportunities to help whatever business opportunity they're involved in.

Ted Lea