Mr. Spradling has over 26 years of experience in the field of engineering and construction management as a production engineer, a department manager, and an executive manager on military, government, and private programs up to $5.4 billion in value. He has recently served as the Engineering Manager for the on-call design-build contracts with the U.S. Department of State for the Embassy, Consulates, and Foreign Buildings Communications upgrade projects. Mr. Spradling applies reliability engineering principles to ensure that the operational needs of each client and project are met.
Education: University of Alabama at Birmingham - B.S., Electrical Engineering 1988
Licensed professional engineer in: FL, GA, SC, VA, TN, MS, AL, LA, PA, AK Selected Experience:
Deltona Southeast Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, City of Deltona, Florida: This project includes the design of three new buildings at the City of Deltona Waste Water Treatment Plant: an Operations Building, Maintenance Building, and an Electrical/Generator Building.
Multi-Payload Processing Facility (MPPF) Modifications, Kennedy Space Center, FL; NASA: Design modifications to systems, such as fire protection, compressed air, nitrogen, oxygen, helium, piping systems, and clean room in preparation for off-line hazardous processing of the Orion spacecraft. $7.3 million
Gulfstream Building "O" Expansion, Savannah, GA; Orr Partners: The 34,000 SF expansion of the existing Building O facility consists of a wood shop, an 18,000 SF clean room, a 5,500 SF freezer with truck loading vestibule, core cutting room, and a tool storage area. $4.2 million Boeing Charleston Expansion D/B, North Charleston, SC; The Boeing Company - Charleston, SC: The design-build project for Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner production complex includes a 1.2 million SF final assembly building, an 11,550 SF fin and rudder shop, Independent Resource Center (IRC), and a 19,650 SF support and services building. Facilities are designed for LEED Silver certification and include high bay areas, clean rooms, and a central utility plant. $750 million Lockheed C-130J Training Facility, Maintenance Hangar, and Fuel Cell / Wash Bay Hangar, (Confidential); Lockheed Martin Information & Global Services: The 117,900 GSF facilities include an aircraft hangar that supports two C-130Js, logistics and maintenance, aerial port for cargo handling, and operations. The campus also includes a separate training building with a full-flight simulator and a 26,076 fuel cell/wash hangar. Site work included a 1.2 million SF tarmac that accommodates 12 C-130J aircraft. $46.1 million