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Electrical Construction Management / Electrical Construction Supervisor
Project Management / Electrical & Instrumentation Coordinator / Electrical & Instrumentation Supervision PROFILE Skilled project manager, subcontractor coordinator, electrical supervisor and journeyman electrician. Possessing extensive experienced in industrial and commercial projects ranging from oil refining, oilfield production, pipeline transportation, offshore production drilling and chemical processing, Semiconductor clean room, fabrication and sub-fab, food processing, casino hotels, hospital and commercial projects. Maintaining excellent working relationships with clients, engineering, customers and all field trades. Supervising complex projects on budget and schedule, while maintaining high standards, with an injury-free record. Industrial & Commercial Projects Sub-Contractor Coordinating Field Management & Inspection Estimating Material & Labor Planning & Scheduling Engineering & Field Changes Motor Control Centers, Switchgear, Power Distribution and Instrumentation Testing Procedures Start Up, & Commissioning NEC Codes and OSHA Regulations Safety Training & Monitoring
ELECTRICAL SUPERVISION & HIGHLIGHTS JACOBS FIELD SERVICES, CYPRESS, CA 2008-2009 Electrical & Instrumentation Subcontractor Coordinator • Electrical and Instrumentation Subcontractor Coordinator, ExxonMobil, Torrance, CA In this position responsibilities included, subcontractor coordination and construction of an Electrostatic Precipitator, Units, One and Two. Installations of Temporary Power, High Voltage Feeders, the Power Distribution Center, Transformers, Motor Control Centers, Lighting Controls, Plant Electric and Process Instrumentation installations. Electrical and Instrumentation Quality Control Inspections throughout the entire project. Loop checks, cutovers associated with unit tie-ins, and the sell offs associated with commissioning and startup. Participated in coordinating and scheduling meetings, Beyond Zero Safety Program and the Safety Auditing Program. ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUNMENTATION UNLIMITED OF CALIFORNIA, Bakersfield, CA Project Manager; Superintendent; General Foreman; Electrical and Instrumentation Supervisor 2004-2008
Superintendent, Plains Exploration and Production, Los Angeles, CA. In this position responsibilities included, managing the Electrical and Instrumentation departments, the Electrical Supply Warehouse, delegating work assignments and maintaining manpower requirements. Managing the construction of capital projects, time and material projects, installation and maintenance of field production units Construction and maintenance of, plant facilities for oil storage and transportation, gas compression and transportation and water filtration and injection. Preparation of estimates, budgetary costs, production planning and scheduling, construction and maintenance impact reporting, ECO’s, FCO’s and RFI documentation and reporting. General Foreman, Occidental of Elk Hills, CA. As the General Foreman responsibilities range from delegating work assignments, maintaining manpower levels, personnel assignments, conducting safety meetings, employee evaluations, preparing bids and quoting costs, and quality control inspections.
Incident reporting / investigating, safety compliance and enforcement, fleet inventory support and maintenance, tool inventory reporting and procurement.
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PAGE 2 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Automation Supervisor, Occidental of Elk Hills, CA. As the Automation Supervisor responsibilities included, working closely with engineering, and the client automation representatives. Designing instrumentation automation telemetry installations, for six types of oil production wells, and three types of water injection wells. Electrical and instrumentation installations on gas separation systems in tank settings, processing controls, compressor sites, nitrogen processing plants and flair stacks. 2003-2004
BEVCO ENGINEERING COMPANY, Sussex, WI Electrical Project Manager; Quality Control Manager •
Supervised as Project Manager, the electrical installation of Pro-Logic conveyor systems for the Material Handling Division of this company. In this position responsibilities were to prepare bids, engineer electrical layouts, perform material take-offs, purchase material, tools and equipment, make international shipping arrangements, scheduling deployment of personnel and oversee the installation of PLC and VFD controlled conveyor systems. Managed the Quality Control Department, and worked as Project Manager for the material handling Division of this Engineering Company. As the Quality Control Manager, responsibilities ranged from Scheduling priorities and tasks to functionally testing manufactured electrical products, ensuring Quality Control standards and NEC compliance. Inspecting workmanship, and recommending both engineering and production changes as a result of identifying deficiencies, applying Underwriters Laboratory Inspection and Certification procedures 2001-2003
MILWAUKEE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Milwaukee, WI • Studied as a full time student in preparation for a Degree in Engineering.
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS Project Supervisor; Foreman; Journeyman Electrician—Milwaukee, WI • Supervised, trouble-shot and performed a variety of electrical services for Butters-Fetting, Milwaukee, WI. Responsibility ranged from building maintenance, estimating, and contract negotiations and customer relations to electrical material procurement and product shipment. Designed or redesigned engineering of electrical systems to coordinate with mechanical and structural trades in completing projects. Revised electrical plans to reflect reengineering, cost analysis, completion time and impact scheduling.
Supervised personnel in producing over 40 Sealed Gas Gauge Boards for A/C Compressor of Appleton WI, in this ongoing three-year project. Estimated labor and material costs and purchased materials (instrumentation, control valves, electrical switch gear and enclosures). Problem-solved redesigned instrumentation panel to reduce vibration at instrument location. Estimated costs, bid materials and labor, supervised a crew and worked on this analog and digital instrumentation project in a fabrication shop under this Siemens Company contract. Worked with Siemens engineering staff in redesigning and developing instrumentation process systems for bypass cooling pump stations and, pump skids on hydro turbine and electrical generators. Redesigned
electrical layout of bypass stations to meet NEC code which reduced material and labor costs.
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EDUCATION PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION, BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE, BAKERSFIELD, CA 2007 ENGINEERING, MILWAUKEE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE, MILWAUKEE, WI. 2001-2003 INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE &BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, ECU, GREENVILLE, NC 1984-86 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, WORD PROCESSING, CCC, NEW BERN, NC. 1983 Relevant Training California ECC Recertification 2009 OSCA Safety Training 2008 NCCER Industrial Electrician V-2 2008 Arc Flash Training, 2007 Process Instrumentation, 2007 Rosemont Transmitter Training, 2007 Harassment in the Workplace, 2007 California Electricians License, 2006 Toshiba VFD Training, 2006 & 2007 Parker Tube Bending & Fitting, 2006 Supervisors Safety Training, 2005 Allen Bradley Motor Control School, 1977 GTE Sylvania Lighting Sales School, 1977 Electrical Apprentice Training, 1976 - 1980
Additional Contractors Foster Wheeler Construction, Electrical Supervisor; Butte, MT Dynalectric Company, Journeyman Electrician; Las Vegas, NV Rosendin Electric of Arizona, Electrical Supervisor; Chandler, AZ J.E.MERIT Construction, INC., Electrical Supervisor; Pasadena, CA SECO Industries, Electrical Supervisor; Long Beach, CA Electrical and Instrumentation Unlimited of California, Electrical Supervisor; Bakersfield, CA Military Service UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, Naval Instructor; Cherry Point, NC 1980 - 1990 1997 1996 - 1997 1995 - 1996 1994 - 1995 1994 1991 - 1993