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Richard Compton

Strategic Planning / Team Leadership / Financial Accountability
Goal-oriented leader with the ability to increase profits, productivity and operational effectiveness by drawing on 26-year career in challenging management positions. Confident communicator with proven success coordinating and managing teams, strategic and tactical plans, and multimillion-dollar budgets. Unique background that demonstrates loyalty, dedication and a tireless work ethic, especially in challenging and rapidly changing situations. Core competencies include:
 Business Planning & Decision Making
 Operations, Project & Program Leadership
 Client, Vendor & Stakeholder Relations
 Budgeting & Resource Allocation
 Process Redesign & Improvement
 Team Building & Performance Management
 Technical Expertise & Problem Solving
 Energy Saving Projects
 Creation of Energy Conservation Measures. (ECM)
 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PRIMARY INTEGRATION-ENERGY, Washington DC 8/2009 to 5/2014
Vice President of Primary Integration-Energy Washington DC Office. Our core business is in Systems Integration and Energy Effienency/Conservation. I manage 51 people to include new business development, Systems Integration, engineering and design, sales and installation of energy management, building automation and DDC Control Systems.
Vice President-Energy
Primary Integration is a complete Systems Integrator with an emphasis on Energy Management Systems. The implementation of integration across disparate systems in a campus environment. The federal government, healthcare facilities and university campuses are my main focus.

Responsible for the day to day operations of the Washington DC Branch Office. Managed over $20 million dollars of new construction and retrofit projects.
Project List:
 BMW Plant $4.8 mil
 IRS Headquarters $1.9 mil
 Adelphi Research Labs $2.7 mil
 NNMC Bethesda $876k
 National Institute of Health $6.2 mil
 F.A.A. Headquarters $3.2 mil
 National Gallery of Art $1.0 mil
 Carderock $800k
 ACPS School System $800k
 Bureau of Printing & Engraving – Washington, DC- $2.1 mil