Seeking a career in Field Mechanical Engineering/Quality Assurance, Construction Coordinator/Supervisor - Petrochemical and Heavy Industry.
Responsible for the adherence to Project Specifications and Design Requirements for all Static and Rotating Equipment installation and pre-commissioning work under the direction of the PFE & Area Field Engineers / Unit Managers. Duties and Responsibilities: • Ensure compliance of Mechanical Equipment installation and inspections in accordance with issued ITP’s and project technical standards. • Perform daily field engineering surveillances on contractors’ activities and prepare and complete the project daily report for review, sign-off and posting on project common drive. Ensure contractors standards and specifications relating to mechanical equipment and systems are current. • Perform the required engineering receiving inspections of Mechanical equipment and take corrective actions on any non-conformances identified. Audit proper equipment preservation methods. • Coordinate with the Mechanical Resident Engineering Team on all engineering related issues. • Initiate and disposition FCN’s RFI’s FCR’s and NCR’s. • Network with the other Mechanical Field Engineers / Specialists / Inspectors to discuss common mechanical issues. • Interface with vendors to resolve non-conformances identified. • Organize site visits and provide support and required assistance to vendor/supplier representatives. • Ensures and monitors the Document Control activities of Subcontractors are current. • Support the Flawless Start-Up Initiative by actively participating in surveillance walk-downs, training and flaw mitigation activities. • Review/approve contractor’s welding procedures and welding matrix for all site pressure welding (ASME Sect IX, B31.3 and owner standards). • Provide the necessary support and assistance required by the ABSA Inspection Coordinator to ensure all the tag equipment that require ABSA inspections are timely completed. • Support engineering analysis for modifications and new designs (tower tray installations, rotating equipment installation issues) • Participate in contractors’ safety meetings and walk-downs.
• Mechanical Engineering Technology (3-year program), Lambton College, Sarnia, Ontario 1972 • Construction Safety Association of Ontario – Basics of Supervising 2005
• Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists, C.E.T. • Canadian Welding Bureau: Certified Level 1 Welding Inspector (Registration No.: 4661, Expiry: 08/06/2010). ASME B31.3 code endorsement.
• Mechanical Engineering Technologist trained and specialised in large-scale, Petrochemical Plant new construction and revamp. • Versed in current statutory regulations, industry standards and recommended practices and a practical sense in applying such references. • Fabricating shop Quality Control Inspector and Technical Support - Pressure Vessels, Heat Exchangers, Piping, etc.). Post weld heat treat technician. • Municipal Inspector: Ontario Building Code, Plumbing Code. • Strong PC skills (Microsoft Office Word and Excel) and excellent written and verbal communication.