Engineering professional that is skilled at handling interoffice, field construction, and self-starter problems. Extensive twenty-year experience in construction of managing projects, utilizing cross-functional teams. Background in the environments of Commercial, Industrial, Manufacturing, Testing Facility, School Construction, and Power Plant industries.
PROGRESS ENERGY NGG â€“ Crystal River, Florida 2009â€“2010
Electrical Engineer â€“ Component Motors (Contract Consultant for ESG International, Inc)
Perform engineering reviews of plant systems affected by a power uprate, evaluate uprate alternatives related to motor characteristics, assist in reviewing and developing motor performance calculations, motor specification and engineering change packages, provide vendor oversight as component technical expert for motors to ensure affected component reliability and performance. Project interface with vendors to purchase, resolve problems, liaison with plant procurement, operations and systems engineering to resolve assigned component related task problems.
Â· During R16 EPU outage coordinated the night shift workers for the (4) new Moisture Separator Reheaters, while reinstalling control wiring.
Â· Surveyed the installation of the two motors for the Isophase Bus Duct Cooler.
Â· Implemented the installation of the Main Feedwater & Steamwater vibration system when new generators come online.
PROGRESS ENERGY â€“ Orlando, Florida 2005â€“2009
Project Planner & Special Support DAE
Multi-tasking between FDOT/Residential/Commercial projects in dealing with permitting, fieldwork, analysis, and designs throughout Central Florida. Developed project work orders, while meeting with customers to arrange scheduling guidelines and match customer requirement to the project. Coordinating with the materials handing personnel in purchasing commercial materials pre each project handled.
Â· Successfully managed fifty to one hundred client projects, while estimating and creating new packages for scheduling.
Â· Created multiple estimates with cost of bringing power to the clientâ€™s service location, which gave the client a savings $50,000.
Â· Implemented sequencing of project power requirements for startup projects to coordinate with clientâ€™s scheduling.
Â· Turned a troubled project around by saving the client $250,000, in meeting the contractors, while problem solving the project.
Project Engineer (Contract Consultant for Bartec) 2004â€“2005
Managed several large FDOT projects from beginning to completion, while attending project meetings, coordinated crew fieldwork, apply for budgeting, financial analysis and dealing with Government inspectors with project review through out the North Central Florida area. .
Â· Provided field designed, estimated, and creating of packages, which included prints, permits, joint work coordination, pole tags and county property maps.
Â· Surveyed routes for pole lines, staking, marking right of ways, negotiating with customers or property owners and establishing any required outages or clearances.
Â· Participated in coordination of right-of-way and legal documents with FDOT, which allows pole installation or relocation previous installed poles.
Â· Plan fieldwork for FDOT special projects, design, U/G conversions, major road expansions, construction and review on Government Road Widening projects.
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHTâ€“ Melbourne, Florida 2002â€“2004
Project Field Engineer (Contract Consultant for Mastec)
Responsible for distribution feeders, commercial and residential service designs of 7.6, 13, & 23KV overhead and underground power distribution per the NESC. Designed and developed the project drawings, pole sizing, framing, down guying, grounding, breaker switch sizing, conductor tension, regulator setting, primary, and secondary voltages for customer projects.
Â· Field managed the design, estimate and creating of packages cost from $175,000 to 1,000,000.
Â· Worked independently while reporting once a month to a FPL manager to receive and turn in project packs.
Â· Estimated fieldwork, design, and calculations on a project of over 2400-construction man-hours from design to project completion.
INTEL CORPORATION â€“ Hudson, Massachusetts 2001
Lead Electrical Engineer (Contract Consultant for HP Technology)
Responsible for designers, tool owners, vendors, and contractors in tool installation for the process manufacturing of major computer hardware. Assisted in the electronic planning, testing, preparing estimates and administrating of tool proposals. Project managed electrical drawings from various outside engineering firms to ensure compliance with Intelâ€™s standards of project construction.
Â· Supervised and managed design teams of up to 6 project members, developing project schedules and allocating personnel payroll.
Â· Duty disciplines: performing inspections, piping, supports, major equipment setting & alignment, I&C, high & medium voltage systems, QA documents signing off, and basic administration duties of a Quality program on site.
Â· Coordinated field inspections and commercial material purchasing for electrical installation and troubleshooting solution for tool startups.
Â· Ensured complete client satisfaction by coordinating, planning, and strategy meetings, with outside contractors to install the production tools on time.
CIRENT SEMICONDUCTOR â€“ Orlando, Florida 1993â€“2001
Senior Electrical Engineer (Contract Consultant for D&Z Microelectronics)
Responsible for all aspects of project management including development of budget reports in forecasting project expenses, estimation of electrical construction projects, electronics, preparation of manpower, scheduling weekly reports, creation of site-specific reports, specifications, and safety manuals. Designed and developed the electronic design of tool installations, in all areas of the production line.
Â· Successfully managed a cross functional team of outside contractors for the installation a large refrigeration unit, which we completed a head of schedule.
Â· Served as Project Manager for projects ranging in cost from $175,000 to $1,000,000.
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA â€“ Orlando, Florida
MS in Industrial Engineering Management â€“ Completed 12 credit hours
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA â€“ Orlando, Florida
BS in Electrical Engineering â€“ Completed 90 credit hours
NATIONAL LOUIS UNIVERSITY â€“ Orlando, Florida
BS in Business Management
AIR FORCE SCHOOL â€“ Wichita Falls, Oklahoma
AS in Construction Management
SEDS, Microsoft Project, Cost Estimating, AutoCAD 2.3 - 2000, MicroStation, and Electronic Software, Material Handling Schedules, Vendor Negotiations for Commercial Materials
CERTIFICATIONS / TRAINING
ISO14000, Contract Negotiations, NASA Design Built Team, Team Leadership (2), Distribution Engineering Training (FP&L), Distribution Engineering Training (PE), NESC Code Book, MOT Training, System Protection & Protective Device Training and NFPA Workshop (NEC member)
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