William B. Rourke Jr.

OBJECTIVE

To employ forty years of transportation management experience from a supervisor to the Chief Executive Officer and Chairmen of the Board of Directors.

PERSONAL

Born September 1, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois. Excellent Health. Married. Children Grown.

QUALIFIERS

Policy development. Transportation organization design, staffing and training. Program & project coordination and direction. Performance audit, Management evaluation. Safety program management. MIS requirements. Budget preparation & execution. Human Relations program management. Training.

EDUCATION

Transportation Management Fractions 1980 University of California, Berkeley

EdD NOVA University Cand Fort Lauderdale, Florida

MBA Business Management 1974 Pepperdine University, Los Angeles

Resources Management Economic Analysis 1973 Defense Resources Management Center, Monterey, California

Human Relations Program Management 1972 American University, Washington, D.C.

Meteorology, Numerical Analysis 1965 US Naval, Postgraduate School Monterey, California

BS Geology, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico 1956

BA/BS Education/Geology University of New Mexico 1955 Albuquerque, New Mexico

Concurrent and continuous personal management with specific education and program direction of minority development, human relations, and foreign national employee support programs.

EXPERIENCE CHAIRMAN & CEO

Board of Directors, Regional Transportation District, and Denver, Colorado. Elected 1982, Chairman 1985-86.

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Wrote goals and objectives with policy statements for implementation by management. Established an inventory of data criteria to measure progress.

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURING

Determined the style of management appropriate to the organization and the structure best suited to accomplish the mission statement. Wrote position descriptions, which set responsibility, authority, and coordination. Designed operating systems and procedures with internal controls.

PROGRAM COORDINATION

Employed available resources achieving objectives. Controlled operations responding to trend analysis. Economic Redeployment of assets for effectiveness over five California, Arizona and Nevada airports.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Project Director establishing RADAR operation and research center for the Atlantic Hurricane center. Supervised preparation of DeskTop Procedures and Turnover Folders. Wrote Operating Orders. Wrote milestone reports comparing expenditure to budget and costs to standards. Wrote problem briefs.

AUDIT AND INSPECTION

Determination of conformity to adopted standards. Systematic review and appraisal of procedures and practices and controls. Budget progress reports.

SAFETY MANAGEMENT

OSHA administration and technical assistance team employment. Accident prevention program training and public affairs presentations.

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

Crew, line, shop and facility maintenance control. Directed Complete Engine Repair, Component Repair and Quality Control. Maintenance Management and Information Systems training from the Ohio State University. Aero Data, Inc. training in Airline Maintenance. Federal Grants Applications.

METEOROLOGIST

Senior operating meteorologist and staff advisor, Pacific Ocean areas and US. Research/Development in chemical and bacteriological aerosols/aerology at U.S. Army Dugway Chemical Proving Ground, Utah.

PROFESSOR CONSULTANT

Transportation Economics and Regulations, Company Management, Law & Risk Management, Transportation Planning & Management, Dangerous Goods. PRT, LRT and Railroad, Airline & Airport, foreign/domestic.

EXPERIENCE CHAIRMAN AND CEO

Board of Directors, Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado 1983-86, Board Chairman 1985-86.

CHAIRMAN

Advanced Transportation Association. Technical Committee on Personal Rapid Transit Technology.

MEMBER

American Society Civil Engineers (ASCE) Transit Systems Standards Committee

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Wrote goals and objectives with policy statements for implementation by management. Established an inventory of data criteria to measure progress.

PUBLIC SERVICE

DRCOG Airport Technical Advisory Committee, New Airport Ground Transportation Committee, New Airport Citizens Advisory Committee. My involvement with the new Denver World Airport dates from the 1977 Stapleton expansion feasibility studies by Denver Regional Council of Governments. Devoted an enormous amount of uncompensated personal time and professional service guiding DIA concept.

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURING

Determined the style of management appropriate to the organization and the structure best suited to getting the job done. Wrote position description details that set responsibility, authority, and a coordination scheme. Designed operating systems and procedures with appropriate internal controls.

PROGRAM COORDINATION

Introduced Management Assistance Teams to help all managers reach their objectives. Controlled the operation without "inspections" by managing trend analysis. Reemploy all the saved assets, gaining unsurpassed economy/efficiency over five airports located in California, Arizona and Nevada.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Project director establishing RADAR operation and research center for the Atlantic Hurricane center. Set up a system of DeskTop Orders and milestone reports comparing expenditure to budget and costs to standards. Wrote problem briefs and grants applications in civil and federal programs. Wrote milestone reports comparing expenditure to budget and costs to standards.

AUDIT AND INSPECTION

Determined how to conform to DOT FAA standards. Set up a system to review and appraise procedures, practices, controls, with budget progress reports.

SAFETY MANAGEMENT

Aviation Safety Manager for a five airport complex in the US Southwest with continuous safety committee assignments and a/c mishap/incident investigations. Introduced technical assistance teams to get OSHA working before compliance citations. Installed Accident prevention programs that worked and then a public affairs program that advertised it.

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

Ran CFR and airport facility maintenance control. Directed Complete Engine Repair Facility. School at Ohio State University in Maintenance Management and Information Systems and in Airline Maintenance Programs at Aero Data Inc., San Diego, California.

METEOROLOGIST

Beaufort, S.C. airport meteorologist and Atlantic Hurricane Weather Warning RADAR director. Project manager establishing the WSR-57 RADAR at Beaufort, South Carolina for the Atlantic Hurricane network. Senior operating meteorologist and staff advisor, Pacific Ocean areas and US. Aerology Research and Development, USA Dugway Chemical Proving Ground.

PILOT

Active Pilot flying since 1957, including military and civilian flight instruction from 1960. Teaching Aviation Safety since 1976. Professional aircraft accident investigator, and accident prevention specialist. Eight thousand plus accident-free global flying hours in fixed wing single and multi engine aircraft. Commercial certificate with instruments rating and Certified Flight Instructor. Instrument Instructor and check pilot, post maintenance inspection pilots.

PROFESSOR

Transportation, Economics and Regulations, Law and Risk Management, Hazardous Material, Commuter Air Management, Airline Planning and Management.

FUTURE

The most casual review of airport user population data, and the pervasive experience of driving in dirty air, shows that we have the incomparable opportunity to establish a 21st century transit system to DIA that can be profitable.