| Peter Richard Antoniak
|| 8105 Shelter Creek|
| Professional Engineer
|| San Bruno, CA 94066 -3829|
| Engineering Manager
|| (650) 952-2375|
| Web Designer
Full Time: Position as Director, Manager or Project Management
in an Engineering related company. Project Manager, Project Engineer,
Product Engineer, Designer or
Consultant on a highly complex and challenging project.
| MS Engineering Management
|| Stanford University
| BS Civil Engineering
| BS Computer Science
|| US Naval Academy
Developed a major educational application available on the web at www.edugames.com/edugames/Games/DemoMaterial.htm
Ran a computer software development and consulting company that developed
and sold computer software worldwide.
Managed Sprint Communication's nationwide Facilities Design and Construction
CEO, Solar Systems Software/Ed-U-Games (June 84 - Present)
Owner and manager of a Software Development and Publishing Company that
specialized in Business Applications Development Consulting and Education.
Created a new metaphor in Interactive Educational Games Play which received
a US Patent in October of 1995. Designed, manufactured and distributed
Manager, Facilities and Plant Development, Sprint Communications (Dec
81 - June 84)
Highest Facilities Engineer in company, responsible for building all
network facilities nationwide including radio towers and lease build outs.
Job included the design of the organization to accomplish the work and
the ramp-up staffing.
Chief Project Engineer, Solano Windfarm, Windfarms LTD (March
81 - Sept 81)
Managed a project team during the initial development of what was then
the world's largest Wind farm. Work Included overseeing the surveying and
geotechnical investigations, the placement of all turbines, roads, transformer
stations and support buildings. Supported the negotiations with PG&E,
talked to outside organizations promoting Wind Energy Development.
Senior Project Engineer, US Department of Energy (March 80
- March 81)
Managed the design, staffing and project scheduling of a $25 million
Laser Isotope Separation Facility at Lawrence Livermore Laboratories. Work
included selecting an architectural engineering firm, writing and negotiating
a contract, and the ongoing monitoring of the design and construction progress.
Team Leader in the conceptualization phase of a $70 million, third generation
high energy physics project (Stanford Linear Collider). Provided expertise
on the government funding process to the project's Nobel Prize-winning
Project/Construction Engineer, MIS Director, Elk Hills Oil Development (March
77 - March 80)
Responsible for the planning, design and construction of power distribution,
roads, cathodic protection, railroad spur, product loading and all support
buildings. Scoped conceptual design for oil reservoir flooding system,
fresh water and fire protection systems and tank farms. Was Project Manager
in charge of EPA air pollution studies and reviewed construction contractor
EEO, security and safety requirements. For 18 months, was first director
of the MIS Department. Selected the computer hardware and project management
software, trained personnel on it's use and hired support staff.
Construction Acquisition's Coordinator Officer, US Navy (Sept
74 - March 77)
Naval CEC officer coordinating the West Coast military design and construction
program totaling over $100 million annually. Turn key evaluation Team Leader,
chief negotiator and A/E selection team leader as well as construction
office inspection team leader.
Assistant Public Works Director, Marine Corp Air Station, Yuma, AZ (Sept
71 - Sept 74)
Responsible for the running of a 135 man Public Works Department. Reported
to the Public Works Director who acted as liaison with outside activities.
Student, CEC Officer's School, Port Hueneme, CA (June 71 -
Attended classes in government contracting, public works, construction
management and personnel administration. Graduated with distinction.
Student, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (June 69 - June
Assigned to Stanford by US Navy with full pay and tuition. Received
BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Construction Management. Was Student
Body Senator, President of Engineering Society and Vice President of ASCE
Officer In Charge, Peace Corp Team, Can Tho, Vietnam (May
68 - June 69)
A one year tour of duty as leader of a 13 man Construction Assistance
and Training Team assigned to the State Department. Team was 500 miles
from the parent activity in the village of Can Tho, Vietnam. Responsible
for the safety, health and welfare of the men as well as the operation
of an ongoing program of self help and construction trades training.
Assistant Company Commander, US Navy Seabees, Hue, Vietnam (June
67 - May 68)
Assigned to heavy equipment company for 4 months and then as the Officer
In Charge of a 40 man detachment of steel workers for the duration of first
of two Vietnam tours of duty.
California Professional Engineer #023301 (Civil)
California Teacher's Credential #226930
Top Secret Security Clearance (DOD)
Q Security Clearance (Department of Energy)
Four "how to" books on computer applications published by
Sybex and McGraw-Hill
US Patent # 5,456,607