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Engineering Superintendant Control Systems

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Education: 4
Experience: 20 years
Relocation: Yes - Internationally

Industry Experience
20+ years Construction Engineer
20+ years Engineering
7 years Construction Engineer

Career Objective

Field Supervision Gas or LNG

Professional Experience

Paul A Limrick C.Eng. M .I. Mech. E. and M. Inst. M&C

37 Andes Close
Ocean Village
Email Tel 0011 44 208 505 9077 in UK
00 1868 6332652 or 1868 740 2728 Trinidad
Nationality: British. Languages: English & Spanish
Boseit Offshore Certificate

May 2006 to Present E&I Controls Systems Engineer for Fluor South America

Responsible for engineering, specification, procurement through to Offshore commissioning of all aspects of E&I during the construction of two gas rigs for bpTT at Fluor, Port of Spain office and the TOFCO facility La Brea Trinidad
Currently working on site checks at Mittal Steel works plus Tofco site Engineering

November 2005 to February 2006 E&I Field Supt for Mustang Eng on the Frac3 Plant for PPGPL at Point Lisas Trinidad

Responsible for construction of all field equipment and Honeywell DCS through to commissioning of plant in February 2006

June 2005 to October 2005 Instrument Engineer for British Gas LNG Regasification Plant UK
Responsible for all instrumentation field and commissioning on the LNG regasification plant being constructed at the Isle of Grain plant in the UK

July 2002 to June 2005 Instrument Superintendent for Lurgi Chemical
Atlas Methanol Project Trinidad & Methanex Train IV Chile
Responsible for installation of Foxboro I/A & Delta V Emerson DCS and field instrumentation, verification of calibration checks and QA/QC of installation.
Responsible for the solutions to field generated engineering questions and acceptance of loop checks.

Feb 2001 to May 02 Project Manager for Insertech N.V. Aruba
Responsible for rebuild of a Crude and Vis Breaker unit at Coastal Refinery extensively damaged by fire.
Initial works required removal of salvaged equipment, installation of temporary electrical system for construction needs welders,workshops offices etc.
Assist with engineering, materials and planning through too construction and start up.
E&I workforce peaked at 150 tradesman on a fast track schedule of 7 days a week,12 hours per day for the duration.Scope included all new cables and racking replaced for power and instrumentation, equipment installation testing calibration and loop checking. Main contractor was MEI with S&B Engineers of Houston


College for Diploma in Engineering


Higher National Diploma

Additional Information

Chartered Engineer

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