Patrick Ryan

(630) 290-6865

BIO : Public Works professional formerly with the Village of Lake in the Hills and Homewood with extensive experience in water, wastewater, and storm water utility operations, debris removal, solid waste, environmental, grounds, parks, forestry, roadway, bridges, and facilities construction and maintenance. Secured grant funding and administering federally- funded contracts in accordance with all federal and state regulations.

Patrick is a Public Works professional with 31 years of experience in the public and private sector. He has served on numerous state and local advisory boards and commissions responsible for disaster planning and environmental improvement. Procured numerous state and federal grants for environmental remediation and improvement as well as disaster relief and mitigation.
and successfully executed contracts including roadway reconstruction, debris management, wastewater treatment plants and collection, and energy efficiency.

Construction Management - 2 , SERCO-NA 2020-2021
FEMA Public Assistance Program with DHS / FEMA Public Trust Clearance
Serco/Fluor PDMG Certified

Work Experience

Vice President  •  Batista Group

January 2012 - Present

Consultant specializing in environmental, transportation, and landscaping concerns.
Contractual operator of wastewater and water facilities
Experience in construction and restoration of damaged structures

Assistant Public Works Director  •  Village of Homewood

January 2012 - December 2013

Supervised operations of 27-person crew in the maintenance and operation of all village infrastructure.
Included repair and maintenance of 95 miles of roadway and rights-of-way, 80 miles of
storm sewer and storm water collection system, fleet and vehicle maintenance, collection and
disposal of residential solid waste, as well as operations and improvements to six separate
facilities throughout the Village.
Performed detailed evaluation of building systems and structures to determine maintenance
schedules and develop a capital improvement plan.
Implemented facility and systems improvements to maximize energy use and efficiency.
Conducted routine safety inspections on systems and equipment to assure compliance with
federal, state, and local regulations.
Coordinated all disaster-related cleanup and relief efforts with other municipal and
independent providers.
Assisted in the installation of a geo-thermal HVAC system for the village campus.

Public Assistance  •  FEMA

January 2010 - December 2010

Winter Storm Declaration DR-1910-MD and Maryland Irene DR-4034-MD .
Directed and supervised operations in the maintenance and operation of all city
infrastructure, including streets and roadways, storm water, and operations and
improvements to six separate facilities throughout the city.
Performed detailed evaluation of building systems and structures to determine maintenance
schedules and developed a capital improvement plan.
Coordinated the removal of asbestos and lead contamination from city buildings and parks.
Oversaw removal and disposal of contaminated soils and site remediation.
Coordinated all disaster-related cleanup and relief efforts with other municipal and
independent providers.
Worked with contractual engineers and architects to evaluate existing structures in order to
provide detailed plans and needs assessments for remodeling and rehabilitation for municipal use.

Public Works Director  •  City of Berwyn

January 2006 - December 2009

Responsible Operator in Charge for City water and sewer system serving 55, 600 customers.
Municipal liaison to the Environmental Committee of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for
Planning.
Procured and administered $600, 000 Department of Energy Efficiency Grant for upgrades to
public infrastructure.
Directed and supervised the maintenance and operation of all city infrastructure.
Included repair and maintenance of roadway and rights-of-way, sanitary sewer and storm
water collection system, fleet and vehicle maintenance, collection and disposal of residential
solid waste, as well as operations and improvements to six separate facilities throughout the city.
Drafted bid specifications and performed all bid procurement services for outside
maintenance and repair contracts.
Coordinated all disaster-related cleanup and relief efforts with other municipal and
independent providers. Operated and maintained mid-sized General Aviation airport with
covered and uncovered storage.

Public Works Director  •  Village of Lake in the Hills

December 2000 - December 2005


Village of Lake in the Hills
600 Harvest Gate
Lake in the Hills, IL 60156 2000 - 2005
Beginning Salary: $76,000
Ending Salary: $88,000


PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR/VILLAGE FORESTER


Direct all operations of 26-person crew in the maintenance, installation, repair, and operation of all village infrastructure including wastewater, sewer, and potable water systems. Includes repair and maintenance of 120 miles of roadway and rights-of-way, 130 miles of sanitary sewer and storm sewer collection systems, fleet and vehicle maintenance, collection and disposal of residential solid waste, as well as operations and improvements to six separate facilities throughout the Village. Maintained entire urban forest and coordinated trimming and removal with contractors and outside utilities.

Perform detailed evaluation of building systems and structures to determine maintenance schedules and develop a capital improvement plan.

Implement facility and systems improvements to maximize energy use and efficiency. Conduct routine safety inspections on systems and equipment to assure compliance with federal, state, and local standards.

Develop short, mid-range, and long-range plans to effectively maintain and operate facilities and equipment by putting together preventative and predictive maintenance plans, tracking City inventory, determining and tracking equipment replacement dates, performing annual condition inspections, , developing work orders, preparing inspection documentation, developing annual maintenance work plans for staff, maintaining City development master plan, and formulating facility budgets.

Prepare detailed budgets and analyses for eleven special revenue and general funds. Oversee all purchasing and procurement for department as well as reporting requirements for the expenditure of federal and state grants.

Operate and maintain mid-sized General Aviation airport with covered and uncovered storage. Coordinated contract with FOB and outside vendors.
Draft bid specifications and perform all bid procurement services for outside maintenance and repair contracts. Oversee all contractual personnel in completion of duties while processing payment requests.

Maintained 5.6 sq miles of Urban Forest and public grounds.


Education

Northern Illinois University

Fiscal Administration

1985 - 1986

Skills

Languages


  • Grant Funding
  • Independent
  • Improvement
  • Assisted
  • Evaluation
  • Determine
  • Planning
  • Numerous
  • Construction Management
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Public Infrastructure
  • Powerpoint

  • English — Native or Bilingual
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