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CV, Electrical Construction Superintendent, Supervisor

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Serial No: 18894

List top 5 skills: project management / engineer
Short Bio:

 Expertise in construction and engineering industries both in India and Gulf.
 Exposed to a wide range of technical and logistical project risks involved in planning, scheduling, design and constructability reviews.
 Having hands-on experience in Oil Filed, GIS Substation-Oman, 220KV/132KV/33KV/11KV Substation and Industrial Projects.
 Overall responsibility for the E & I works and Supervision.
 Full implementation of the Construction Execution Plan in the field.
 Coordinating with QA/QC

Current location: 

Jubail / saudiarabia - View on map

Nationality: 

Indian

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, other

Spoken languages: 

Arabic, english, Hindi

Locations I am interested in working:

Asia, Australia, azerbaijan, Bahrain, Brunei Darussalam, canada, china, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Islamic Republic of, kazakhstan, Korea, (South) Republic of, kuwait, Malaysia, Middle East, Oman, Singapore, Tajikistan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Virgin Islands, British

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

Arabia, Saudi, Asia, Bahrain, Iran, Islamic Republic of, jordan, kazakhstan, kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, qatar, saudi arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan



Qualifications

MBA in Project Management (pursuing)

BSC (Electrical & Industrial Electronics)

HND Electrical Engineering

Areas Of Expertise

 Project Management  Operational Management  Critical Path analysis

 Client Liaison  Supervision & Leadership  Health & safety

 Manpower Planning / Scheduling  Audits(advanced safety audits)  Working from drawings

 Systems Control and Logistics  Problem Solving  Inspection / Compliance

 Conversion /New Bills  Final Handovers  Cost Control

 Commissioning

 Progress Reporting  Quality assurance

Career Summary

Employer: TATWEER PETROLEUM (BAHRAIN)
Position: Electrical Engineer 220 KV, 33 KV and 11 KV
Duration: – 16th June 2013 to 12th April 2014

Responsibilities

 Maintenance and operation of high voltage distribution equipment’s.

 Ability to stand for long periods of time.

 Skilled at working with high voltage distribution systems.

 To perform variety of work in the common maintenance trades.

 To lead employees engaged in technical work.

 Wide knowledge of all maintenance and construction trades.

 Familiarity with hazardous, safety, and environmental warnings.

 Maintained and updated electrical distribution system schematics.

 Repaired failures of substation breakers, transformers, and other equipment.

 Performed high voltage clearances on previously energized electrical equipment.

 Installed, modified, troubleshoot, repaired, tested, maintained and operated high voltage.

 Conducted preventative maintenance program on transformers, switchgear and other electrical equipment.

 Maintained cleanliness of all electrical distribution equipment and vaults.

Employer: Rego &Rexi (Seconded to TATWEER PETROLEUM)
Position: Electrical Engineer Construction (FEC)
Duration: – March’ 13 – 5th June 2013

Continuation of same job responsibilities for Tatweer petroleum as Electrical Engineer Construction (FEC).

Employer: Worley Parsons LLC Bahrain (Seconded to TATWEER PETROLEUM)
Position: Electrical Engineer Construction (FEC)
Duration: September’ 11 – February 2013

Responsibilities

 Onsite supervision and monitoring of installation of all major electrical / instrumentation components within substations include transformers, HV & LV switchgear, control gear, bus-bars, panels and their associated wiring.

 Supervision of field installation of HV ring mains and associated LV distribution for well supplies. Supervision of infrastructure projects including 33kv ring main, OHL line & switch rack installations.

 Work pack review prior to installation including reporting on engineering issues and MTO short falls.

 Issued daily / weekly reports to relevant department heads advising on progress including any holds which impact completion of systems. Implement site PTW system and monitor contractors for compliance.

 Liaise with various departments i.e. Ops, Maintenance to ensure smooth interface with construction activities.

 Liaise with QA/QC department to ensure installation complies with local codes and procedures carry out MEI pack review prior to handover and also to ensure timely closeout of punch items.

 Also responsible for the construction effort through the supervision of electrical contractors and site electrical engineers in assigned area of project.

 Coordinate daily the subcontractor activities to ensure orderly and efficient completion of work.

 Interacted with stakeholders, contractors and consultants to guarantee timely delivery of quality services.

 Monitor the installation against design to ensure compliance and best practice, raise technical queries and see through to completion.

 Support the Construction Manager to ensure timely completion against schedules and make recommendations to increase resources to improve performance, where required.

 Provide inspection of completed work packages and recommendation of sign-off to the Construction Manager. Ensuring subcontractors are in compliance with HSE and QA/QC Plans

 Issuing daily / weekly reports to relevant department heads advising on progress including any holds which impacts the project completion, implementing the site PTW system and monitor for its compliance.

 Permit initiating authority for the works carried out by the Contractor.

 Witnessing the testing and commissioning activities.

 FAT/SAT experience and generating punch lists. Conversant with international standards.

 Liaising with the QA/QC department to ensure that the installation complies with the specified codes and procedures. Ensuring the timely close out of punch items and final closing of projects as per the scope of work and approved schedule.

 Reviewing of Sub contractors’ cost estimate and preparation of work order using Maximo software system.

Project: Tatweer Major Power Projects.

Description:

1. 220 KV Overhead Line Ring.
Power distribution around the Awali field from EWA substation via three substations:

 North Substation.

 Central Substation.

 South Substation.

Ring will be operated as a closed circuit.

2. 33 KV Overhead Distribution Line.

The 33 KV Electrical power distribution network is designed with overhead lines using Aluminum conductors supported on steel and wooden poles. The electrical load is dispersed across the Awali Oil field. Electrical Loads in the field are split in two categories.

a. Plant Load: Power for water flood projects, Compressor stations, Steam flood projects, Central Control Facility, ESP’s.

b. Production Load : Power for Individual wells, other production Loads and Minor loads.

3. 11 KV Overhead Distribution Line.

The 11 KV secondary power distributions are using Aluminium conductors supported on wooden poles. Each of mini substations plus the main 220 KV substations will have an 11 KV distribution board from where the 11 KV radial distribution branches originate. The 11 KV branches, sub branches will reach to each well site and end on a pole mounted 11 KV/420 V transformers or an 11 KV terminal pole.

4. Water Injection Pump Stations and Tank Batteries.

 Installation testing and commissioning of 33 KV Ring main units with 2 incoming and 8 outgoing feeders.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of 7 no’s of 630 KVA 33/0.415 KV transformers.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of 33 KV cables and mounting it on last fuse isolator.

 Earthing of all the supported systems by forming a grid.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of VSD panels, cable glanding and termination.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of LCS as well as the hook – up to the switch gear as per interconnection drawing.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of lighting and small power equipment as per small power and lighting layout.

 Termination of all HV and LV cables as per AFC drawings.

 Installation, testing and commissioning of low voltage switch board.

Employer: United Engineering Projects Co. LLC Oman (OXY MUKAIZAHANA PROJECTS)
Duration: July 2004 – August 2011
Position: Project Engineer Electrical (Construction)

Responsibilities

 Defined construction drawings, project standards and specifications, scope of work, Safety and Health requirements

 Defined construction drawings, project standards and specifications, scope of work, Safety and Health requirements.

 Prepared the technical submittal (Compliance statement, drawings & Component submittal) and got the same approved by Main contractor & Consultant.

 Monitored and controlled the cost, scope, schedule and quality (CSSQ), during project execution phase.

 Documented the scope of project along with detailed deliverables.

 Review the project technical specification and resolve any discrepancy hindering the project advancement.

 Drafted and developed detailed design of production facilities, including reviews, hazop, follow-up change control and as-built.

 Specified and procured project materials, including bill of materials preparation, selection of suppliers, freighting and logistics, government requirements and materials reconciliation.

 Effectively planned, supervised the execution, monitored and controlled facilities construction projects.

 Coordinated and carried out commissioning, handover and closeout of facilities construction projects.

 Developed, monitored and controlled safe work procedures.

Design output constructability reviews

 Review design output and vendor documents.

 Field walk down with Design Engineers.

 Verify design constructability including procedure and code compliance.

 Verify field conditions VS design output.

 Verify material availability.

 Submit constructability comments.

 Track comments to resolution.

 Support design review meetings.

Field Material take off & procurement support

 Perform material take off and develop bill of materials (BOM).

 Coordinate ordering of material and track the progress /status of material delivery to site.

 Coordinate delivery of material to field.

 Verification of received materials VS ordered material.

Work execution plan development

 Walk downs with craft supervision & support groups.

 Develops installation sequence.

 Generate work instructions.

 Generate inspection and test records or coordinate with quality control.

 Understand layout/survey needs and generate layout/survey requests.

Position: Electrical Engineer, Bhilai
Responsibilities:

 Worked as an Electrical Engineer in maintenance of foundry, equipments like Induction Furnace, Arc furnace sand blasting unit, grinders, mould machines and troubleshooting lathe machines and EOT cranes

 Functional Testing of CT, PT, Control and LV panels.

 Pre-start up & safety review and commissioning of M C C’s.

 Pre-commissioning activities of different induction motor.

 Review and verify drawings & relevant documents as per scope of work. Installation of gantry and AB Switches for HV switches rack.

 I R Testing of, L V, M V & H V cables, Hi Potential Testing (AC/DC) of H V cables up to 132 kV.

Transformer Maintenance

Oil BDV checking, filling, filtering, insulation resistance checking and functional tests was performed regularly. Transformer bushing replacement and all type of routine tests in transformer was done. Ratio, winding resistance, open circuit and Short circuit tests etc was performed. Replacement of CT’S, PT’S and LA’S.Erection and Commissioning work for 10-Ton Holding Furnace was also done.

Employer: Bhilai Auxiliaries Ltd
Duration: Feb -99 – Feb-01
Position: Junior Electrical Engineer, Bhilai

Responsibilities:

 Worked as Electrical Engineer in maintenance of High frequency Generators for making Oxygen lancing pipes used in Blast Furnaces.

 Industrial Maintenance for batteries, lighting, star – delta starters and on –line starters.

Awards and Recognition

 Obtained Safety Award from OXY on 01 June 2007.

 OXY awarded a certification appreciation for major timely & safely completing a major shutdown work on 10Sep 2006.

 Best “What If” Award for best contribution to 1 million man-hrs without LTI dated 11 Oct 2007.

 OXY deputed me as Senior Authorized Electrical Person (SAEP) for all HV Switching activities in the Mukhaizna oil field.

 TATWEER petroleum appreciation award for successful completion of 33 KV projects four months ahead of schedule.

 11 KV safe switching practices training completed from EWA (BAHRAIN).