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MARK MELVIN

13356 Daleview Court


South Lyon, Michigan 48178
248-880-5690
mmaf3d1a@westpost.net
http://www.linkedin.com/in/markcmelvin
SUMMARY
Operations Manager with extensive career of progressive responsibilities in ener
gy management and operations. Responsibilities have included project management,
reliability, health and safety, business continuity, contract development and m
anagement and business strategy. Excellent written and verbal communication skil
ls. Significant experience managing high-performing teams including distance wor
kers. Strong computer skills using Microsoft Office products.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
NEWPAGE CORPORATION, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 2009 - 2010
Corporate Energy Efficiency Manager
* Modified mill electrical generation strategies for annual savings in excess of
$2 million.
* Developed normalized performance metric for mill energy intensity to track mil
l improvements.
* Performed site energy audits and worked with mill management to integrate oppo
rtunities into capital plans.
* Performed energy balance around processes to identify potential opportunities.
* Participated in corporate Environmental Council, Sustainability Committee, Pow
er and Recovery Best Practices Team, and Boiler MACT Team.
* Collaborated with outside consultant performing thermal pinch analysis for pro
cess integration.
* Provided technical support for mill initiated activities.
* Monitored state and federal energy incentive programs and communicate opportun
ities to mills.
MELVIN CONSULTING, South Lyon, MI 2008 - 2009
Independent Consultant
* Perform utility operations and energy cost reduction assessments.
* Provide contract development and administration services for outsourcing of ut
ility operations.
* Retained exclusively by General Motors for contract management in 2008.
DTE ENERGY SERVICES, Ann Arbor, MI 2006 - 2008
Business Operations Manager, On-Site Energy Business Unit 2007 - 2008
* Developed a comprehensive expansion strategy aligning business unit objectives
to corporate goals.
General Manager, Pontiac North, LLC DTE Energy Services Power Generation 200
6 - 2007
* Managed overall commercial operation of a 28 MW cogeneration facility selling
power into the retail electric market including pricing and bid strategy. Compl
ete P&L responsibility.
* Oversaw refurbishment of coal-fired circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler wit
h steam turbine generator.
* Responsible for hiring staff of 35 employees, development of training, and coo
rdination of start-up.
Operations Manager, DTE Energy Services On-Site Energy 2006
* Provided business management of several industrial utility and wastewater oper
ations.
* Pursued opportunities to expand business with the customer where appropriate.
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION, Detroit, MI 1983 - 2006
Utility Operations Manager, GMNA 1999 - 2006
Worldwide Facilities Group - Energy and Utility Services
* Managed corporate energy conservation initiative reducing U.S. energy and wate
r consumption 30% over 5 years (2000-2005).
* Managed $12 MM annual capital project budget for energy asset sustainment and
improvement.
* Developed and deployed a boiler load-scheduling initiative across North Americ
a to maintain maximum efficiency with available boilers across all plant steam l
oads.
* Developed compliance strategy for pending EPA Boiler MACT regulation.
* Performed energy reduction assessment and operations training to GM Korea oper
ations in 2004.
* Performed operational assessment for GM Europe utilities operations in 2005.
* Improved powerhouse reliability by 50% over three years through targeted impro
vements in systems and maintenance with minimal capital investment.
* Designated ISO-9001:2000 Quality Management Representative for Energy and Util
ity Services staff leading a cross-functional team for quality system deployment
.
Regional Utilities Manager, Worldwide Facilities - Utilities Operations 1996 - 1
999
* Managed the utilities operations of ten major facilities in the Detroit area w
ith a total staffing of 187 people and budget responsibility of $87 million.
* Approved environmental reports and permit applications working with Environmen
tal Regional Manager.
* Implemented changes to generate approximately $9 million in annual on-going sa
vings.
* Performed feasibility studies, appropriation request development and project e
ngineering for improvement projects budgeted at approximately of $2.5 million an
nually.
* Interfaced with plant management (the customer) on issues of mutual concern an
d on performance of Utilities Operations in support of plant and corporate goals
.
Facilities Engineer, Plant Utilities, Cadillac Motor Car Division 1987
- 1996
* Directed the operations and maintenance of all plant utilities including elect
rical distribution, HVAC, energy management system, and various process support
systems at a 3 million square foot assembly facility with a staff of 33 people a
nd budget responsibility of $22 million.
* Responsible for powerhouse and wastewater treatment plant operation.
* Championed project to sell steam to an adjacent manufacturing facility to prov
ide revenues in excess of one million dollars per year while better utilizing ex
isting assets.
Assistant Powerhouse Chief Engineer, Cadillac Motor Car Division 1983 - 1987
* Directed the daily operation and maintenance activities of the powerhouse, was
tewater treatment facility, HVAC Team and the plant primary electrical distribut
ion system.
* Provided startup coordination and punch-list development for owner acceptance
of new powerhouse systems.
EDUCATION / TRAINING
MBA, Operations Management, Kennedy Western University, Agoura Hills, CA
Application of Lean Manufacturing in Industrial Energy Operations
BSME, Thermal Systems, Kennedy Western University, Agoura Hills, CA
Energy Savings Opportunities in Industrial Steam Systems
BSME, Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI
Junior Status (73 credits)
Management and Technical Training, General Motors University, Detroit, MI
CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
* Certified Energy Manager - Association of Energy Engineers
* Member: Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)
* Licensed First Class Stationary Engineer - Unlimited Steam Equipment - City of
Detroit, MI
* Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Master Certificate - Villanova University 2007
* Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence - American Society
for Quality (ASQ)
* Member: American Society for Quality (ASQ)
* Commercial Contract Management - Villanova University 2008
* Wastewater Treatment Operation - Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
RECOGNITION
Recognition for Exceptional Contributions, NewPage Corporation 2010
Personal recognition and monetary bonus for performance in 2009 and contribution
to a strategic energy initiative generating $20 million in savings
Six Sigma Project Success, NewPage Corporation 2009
Team recognition for steam reduction project at the Stevens Point Mill for excee
ding the project charter and returning savings exceeding $800,000 - twice the go
al of the project charter
Captain Award, General Motors Worldwide Facilities Group 2002
Outstanding Leadership recognition - presented for implementation of a process t
o substantially improve powerhouse utility reliability which led to a 30% reduct
ion in production disruptions
Environmental Excellence in Stationary Energy, Society of Automotive Engineers
2000
For the utilization of landfill gas in the powerhouse boilers reducing air emiss
ions from the boilers and eliminating ground-level flaring of landfill gas in th
e community
Chairman's Honors Award Winner, General Motors Corporation 2000
For the development and implementation of the Utilities Services Safety Assuranc
e Program including the Combustion Safety process, Hartford Steam Boiler inspect
ion work scope development and the Utilities Services Safety / Housekeeping Stan
dards and Practices manual
Crew Award, General Motors Worldwide Facilities Group 1999
For implementation of landfill gas at the Orion Assembly
Captain Award, General Motors Worldwide Facilities Group 1998
Outstanding Leadership recognition for on-going savings in excess of $8,000,000
per year
Chairman's Honors Award Nominee, General Motors Corporation 1998
Assets and budget transfer of the Truck Group utilities operations into Worldwid
e Facilities in a compressed time frame to meet business objectives
President's Council Award Nominee, General Motors Corporation 1995
Team implementation of Chemical Management at Detroit / Hamtramck saving over $1
,000,000 per year
U.S. Patent for Waste Stream Heavy Metals Removal (patent 4,758,353)
The patent focuses on the use of a coconut oil surfactant to sequester the Lead
in the ELPO paint material coming from painting operations allowing assembly pla
nts to remain in compliance during unanticipated paint system excursions