Hm. I don't fully understand your question. This is because, after the C level, people don't really have any use for "a resume". I mean, you're probably not going to monster.com and filling in the job application form, right? You're more likely to work directly with a recruiter/head hunter, for very particular roles.
I would imagine you would want to spend more time at industry events, and perhaps do some speaking exercises. I'm saying I wouldn't bother with the old paper resume, because it's going to look terrible - it was 2000 when you left the industry - and instead focus on the networking aspect. You might want to reach out to construction consulting firms (I have no idea who they are, but I'm sure they exist) - as they would want the experience you have.
The construction industry is about contacts, so presumably you have some friends or acquaintances in the industry still - I would start by reaching out to them. You might try reaching out to the family-run construction companies - they're notoriously terrible at the internal processes and weighed down by family bureaucracy, but at the same time less cut-throat, so they would probably appreciate an outsider's viewpoints.
But if you think you can sell yourself with a resume, you're very mistaken. That's not how executives get found - that's for very junior staff.