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CV, Experienced Civil Engineer Targets Construction Roles In UAE

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 12562

List top 5 skills: administration of contracts, forecasting, health, lesson learned, management of personnel, monitoring and reporting, planning
Short Bio:

Civil engineering professional with experience executing mega projects in Fossil Power, Telecommunications, Rail, Port, and Industrial Infrastructure sectors. An outgoing, enthusiastic, customer focused, practical individual, capable of managing large complex construction projects in urbanised and remote environments. Currently employed by one of the worlds leading EPC and Project Management companies on Europe largest infrastructure development project ‘Cross Rail’.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

qatar, South Africa, United Arab Emirates



Education And Qualifications
M.Eng / B.Eng. (Hons 2:1) – Civil Engineering

Experience
Project Field Engineer (PFE) (Aug 13 – Present)
Bechtel Ltd, Cross Rail and Reading (East and West), Cross Rail Programme, London, UK
The Cross Rail programme is a mega-scale, USD16 billion UK rail infrastructure project. Bechtel is the Development Manager, providing the project management services to the Department of Transport and Transport for London. As PFE for the ‘surface works’ I am responsible for Construction Assurance for USD2.4 Billion of work scope, I report to the Principal Construction Manager.
Key responsibilities include:
• Acting Deputy to the Principal Construction Manager
• Coordinating and leading the review of Contractor works programs.
• ensuring non-conformances are identified by the Construction Team.
• Coordinating Engineering response to Contractor queries (Field Changes, TQ’s, Non conformances)
• Ensuring Field Engineers attend project critical Hold or Witness points.
• Management and development of Construction Automation tools.
• Developing Construction staffing plans and recruitment of Field Engineering personnel.
• Management of project Field Engineering personnel.
• Providing technical and functional direction to project Construction personnel.
• Ensuring Construction Assurance requirements are implemented across all CR&R Contracts.
• establishing and monitoring project snagging / test log management and reporting processes
• Coordinate with Completion Manager in the timely review/ acceptance and close out of project assurance documentation such as as-built drawings, health and safety files, hand back documentation and dilapidation survey.
• Capture and promulgation of project Lessons Learned.

Resident Engineer ( Mar 12 – July 13)
International Bechtel Company Ltd, Abu Dhabi, UAE – Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone
The Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone (KPIZ) was a mega-scale, USD7 billion project. Bechtel provided Program Management Consultant services for the Port and Industrial Zone development. As Resident Engineer I was responsible for the delivery of a USD25 million Design and Build Contract for a Sewage Treatment Plant (capacity 6500m3/day), I reported to the Area Delivery Manager.
Key responsibilities included:
• Management of ES&H and Quality performance of the Contractor.
• Chairing weekly Progress, ES&H, Quality and Interface meetings.
• Providing technical direction, acceptance of site works.
• Evaluating Progress.
• Analysing work activities to understand scope, time and manpower requirements required by the contractor.
• Coordinating approvals with government Stakeholders and Consultants.
• Acceptance of contractor submittals.
• Leading culturally diverse team, providing ongoing evaluation of assigned personnel, identifying training and development needs for assigned personnel.
• Managing completion and turnover activities.
• Coordinating the preparation of work estimates and schedules.
• Review and verification of contractor’s payment applications.
• Preparation of contract correspondence.
• Coordination and management of contract claims and changes.
• Representing the PMC in contractual discussions and negotiations.

Project Field Engineer (PFE) (Mar 09 – July 13)
International Bechtel Company Ltd, Abu Dhabi, UAE – Khalifa Port and Industrial Zone
Project Field Engineer for the Industrial Zone and oversight of USD3.5 billion of work scope, I was responsible for the implementation and management of the Construction Quality Program for KPIZ, including the management of project technical services contracts; I reported to the Project Construction Manager.
Key responsibilities included:
• Development and implementation of project Construction Management Procedures.
• Development and implementation of Construction Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s).
• Development and implementation of Construction Management Automation tools.
• Management of project Quality initiatives and tools.
• Management of project Construction Quality Management databases.
• Reporting Construction quality to Senior Management
• Performance management and review of Field Engineering personnel.
• Functional management of over 100 Third Party Field Engineer inspectors.
• Scope development, inspector sourcing and execution of offsite inspections (FAT’s).
• Management of principal contractor’s materials, through Third Party testing services.
• Management of Third Party Survey contract, and coordination of project survey requests.
• Produce budget forecast and estimates for project technical service contracts.

Site Manager Bechtel Ltd (Oct 08 – Feb 09)
Trent Valley 4Tracking (TV4T), UK West Coast Route Modernisation
The West Coast Route Modernisation was an USD13 billion high speed upgrade and modernization for 400 miles between of rail infrastructure between central London and Glasgow (Scotland), Bechtel provided Program Management service to the Employer. As Site Manager I was responsible for the delivery of USD8 million cost reimbursable contract to remove project enabling works; I reported to the Project Manager.
Key responsibilities included:
• Managing contractor site ES&H and Quality compliance.
• Monitoring and management of Contractor schedule performance.
• Chairing weekly and monthly meetings.
• Review and acceptance contractor invoices.
• Close liaison and coordination with public land agents and local residents.

Civil Construction Manager (Jan 08 – Oct 08)
Bechtel Ltd, Nuneaton Remodeling UK – West Coast Route Modernisation
I was responsible for the delivery of USD25 million Fixed Price, Lump Sum contract to upgrade 17miles of line side civil infrastructure; I reported to the Construction Manager. Work scope included signal post/gantries, troughing, support structures for power and signaling equipment.
Key responsibilities included:
• Management of Network Rail contract delivery team.
• Monitoring and managing Contractor engineering, procurement and construction performance.
• Timely review and coordination of Contractor possession plans.
• Managing handover to electrical and S&T contractors.
• Assessing Contractor monthly invoices.
• Coordinating the review of Contractor materials.

Construction Coordinator (Jan 07 – Jan 08)
Bechtel Ltd, Rugby Remodeling, UK – West Coast Route Modernisation
I was responsible for the field delivery of USD16 million major railway viaduct and bridge demolition/reconstruction works during rail blockades; I reported to the contract Site Manager. Work Scope included bulk excavation, insitu reinforced concrete, pre-cast concrete contiguous bored piles, grouted ground anchors and track drainage.
Key responsibilities included:
• Review and critique Contractor possession plans.
• Establish, monitor and report progress for key construction commodities.
• Field monitoring of contractor Safety and Quality performance to Employer standards.
• Resolution of field technical issues with the designer.
• Review and coordination of Contractor temporary works designs.
• Coordination of discipline interfaces with civil, track, electrical and S&T Engineers.
• Managing completion walk down and handover process.

Site Manager (Feb 06 – Jan 07)
Bechtel Ltd, Trent Valley 4 Tracking, UK – West Coast Route Modernisation
I was responsible for the delivery of USD12 million Lump Sum contract to demolish and reconstruct a railway over bridge, to deliver the four track rail envelope; I reported to the Area Delivery Manager. Work scope included earthworks, track drainage, insitu RC retaining walls, bridge demolition and reconstruction works, large diameter bored piles, abutment and wing wall construction, highway drainage, road pavement, temporary traffic management, OHLE modifications, grouted ground anchors, sheet piling.
Key responsibilities included:
• Managing the Network Rail site delivery team
• Review and approval of contract baseline program.
• Monitoring and reporting progress.
• Chairing weekly progress meetings.
• Managing interfaces with the Highways agents, local authorities, businesses owners and the public.
• Coordinating and managing rail interfaces / engineering issues with Employer designated person.
• Field monitoring of contractor Safety and Quality performance to rail standards.
• Resolution of field technical issues with the designer.

Civil Field Engineer (Feb 05 – Feb 06)
Bechtel Ltd, Trent Valley 4 Tracking, UK – West Coast Route Modernisation
I was responsible as Civil Field Engineer for field delivery of a USD10 million Lump Sum contract for providing enabling works for TV4T Contractors (haul roads, utilities diversions) and the delivery of USD20 million, re-measurable contract to widen the track envelope; I reported to Site Manager. Work scope included: establishment of borrow pits, rail embankments and cuttings, track drainage, Culvert extensions, infrastructure abandonment.
Key responsibilities included:
• Managing the design and execution process to divert utilities impacting the TV4T haul routes.
• Managing Contractor ES&H whilst working in close proximity to rail infrastructure.
• Verifying quality and quantity of installed field commodities.
• Monitoring progress and schedule.
• Reporting daily plant, labour and material activities.
• Managing field interfaces with site Contractors.

Civil Field Engineer (Aug 02 – Feb 05)
Bechtel Ltd, UK – Spalding Energy Project
Spalding Energy Project was a USD650 million Turnkey Lump-sum contract, delivering an 860MW combined cycle natural gas turbine power plant located in Spalding, United Kingdom. The scope services included Project Management, Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Startup. Responsible work scope included installation of temporary facilities, 15,000m3 of reinforced concrete and embedded items, field coatings, structural backfilling, post drilled anchors, structural steel, acoustical cladding system, plant filling, roads and Administration buildings.
Key responsibilities included:
• Material takeoff for civil site commodities.
• Preparing material procurement requests.
• Material inspection on receipt and issuing to the superintendent for use in the field.
• Developing and managing work package plans.
• Producing daily job risk assessment and briefing craft
• Developing concrete execution plans, Pre/Post pour concrete cards, ordering materials and plant.
• Review of temporary works design and verification in the field.

Project Engineer (June 2000 – Aug 2002)
Roscoe Capita Ltd, Manchester, UK
Roscoe Capita Ltd delivered a wide range of services to the telecommunications industry including civil, structural, electrical, mechanical engineering services, building surveying, CDM co-ordination, project management and contract administration. As Project Engineer I was responsible for the life cycle delivery of over 200 cell site and safety upgrade schemes for a number of UK leading telecommunications customers.
Key responsibilities included:
• Managing the site acquisition and planning process.
• Coordinating with government and stakeholders.
• Carrying out green and brown field site surveys.
• Developing concept and fully detailed designs.
• Managing the tender adjudication process.
• Managing office draughting resource and drawing quality.