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Serial No: 17274

List top 5 skills: civil engineering, construction, non process infrastructure, oil & gas, project management
Short Bio:

I have 13 years’ experience in management (including design, estimation and planning) and construction supervision of diversified projects both time bound and of complex nature from inception to completion consisting of Greenfield and Brownfield Oil Refineries, LNG downstream, mining projects including all facilities, Underground/Aboveground piping works, Bridges, Highways and Airport Infrastructure works in Australia and Middle east.

Current location: 

Western Australia, Australia - View on map

Nationality: 

AUSTRALIAN

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Qualifications & Certifications

• Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering

• Member, Institution of Civil Engineers

• PMP (Ongoing)

• Member, Institution of Engineers Australia

• Member, AIPM

• Certificate of Safety – IOSH

• Primavera P6 – Oracle

• Certificate in Project Management

Career Summary

1. Organization: Samsung C& T, Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: Apr 2014 to Present date.
Project: Roy Hill Iron Ore Project.
Client: Roy Hill Holdings.
Designation: SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER (EPCM).
Value: AUD 10bn.

The Roy Hill iron ore project is a world-class mine developed in the Pilbara region approximately 115kms north of Newman. The project is a design and construct package of the mine processing plant, non-process infrastructure buildings, rail and port facilities and is designed to produce 55 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of Hematite direct ship ore (DSO) as Lump and Fines. The mine process plant works comprises of three crushing stations with 16.0m high ROM walls, tunnels, transfer stations, conveyors, stockyards, fixed stacker, residue thickeners, tertiary crushers, reagents pad tailing pipeline, u/g HDPE piping, piling works etc. to name a few.

As a Senior Project Engineer I am responsible for:

• Managing the onsite civil, piping and building works contractors of the mine process plant and the non-process infrastructure that include administration building, workshops, warehouse and a laboratory.

• Organise and manage contractor premobilisation and kick off meetings.

• Preparing, reviewing and approving the design cost, time and resource (CTR) prepared by the engineering team.

• Identifying and managing risks, problems and uncertainties, ensuring all statutory and regulatory requirements are made known to staff and complied with.

• Managing interfaces with SMP contractor and other package contractors by chairing interface meetings to resolve issues.

• Monitoring project works to identify and immediately act upon any areas of exposure or risk to progress/margin in conjunction with the Area Manager.

• Carrying out inspections of contractor materials, works and approval of ITP’s, method statements & risk assessments.

• Liaise with various discipline leads like Civil, mechanical, piping, process etc. and ensure all the deliverables are met as per the milestones.

• Lead weekly contractor progress meetings and prepare weekly and monthly reports.

• Handling the contractor’s issues including site instructions, claims and variations, providing technical & engineering input and answering technical queries.

• Review and approve contractor permits and maintain the permit register.

2. Organization: John Holland, Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: Nov’ 2012 to Apr 2014.
Project: Wheatstone NPI (Permanent& CV Buildings) Project.
Client: Chevron.
Designation: SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER.
Value: AUD 400mn.

The Wheatstone LNG project involves the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains and domestic gas plant 12 kilometres west of the coastal town of Onslow.The project is a Design and construct package of 12 permanent buildings essential to the operation of the onshore gas processing facilities, including an operations building, laboratory, maintenance centre, vehicle maintenance shop, fire station and plant warehouse and also includes the provision of infrastructure like roads, central facilities to support the Wheatstone LNG plant operations.

As a Senior Project Engineer I am responsible for:

• Managing earthworks, concrete works, and finishing works packages of all the buildings (12no) that support the LNG plant.

• Managing a team of project engineers and package contractors and scheduling their activities.

• Reviewing the design concepts and materials submitted by the design consultants, preparing and submitting reports including recommendations to the Design/Engineering Manager highlighting advantages and disadvantages.

• Organising and chairing 3D model (Revit) workshops and reviewing LOD 300, 400 models of various package contractors.

• Witnessing and reviewing Factory, Site & Performance acceptance tests (FAT, SAT, PAT) of equipment as required.

• Developing work packages/work lots and assist in assigning cost codes to various activities.

• Undertaking technical reviews of all contractor packages and resolution of site technical queries, coordinating & controlling their activities.

• Carrying out inspections of package contractor materials, works and approval of ITP’s, method statements & risk assessments.

• Preparing weekly & monthly progress reports, liaising with the client’s representatives and attending client meetings.

• Performing gap analysis on the scope and immediately act upon any areas of exposure or risk to margin in conjunction with the Project Manager.

• Reviewing and perform assessments of change notices and forward to project manager’s approval as required.

• Identifying work packages for notice of likely delay’s (NOLD’s) and notice of delay’s (NOD’s) and bring to the attention of the area manager and the commercial department.

3. Organization: KLH Australia (KBR & Leighton Holdings Pty Ltd), Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: June 2011 to Nov’ 2012.
Project: Browse LNG Downstream Project.
Client: Woodside Energy Ltd.
Designation: SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER.
Value: AUD 30bn.

The Browse LNG Development is an onshore processing facility on a 400ha greenfield site located at James Price Point, which is 60 km north of Broome. The onshore work includes establishment of a 12Mtpa LNG plant with three LNG Trains and associated facilities, utilities and services, with provision for expansion later up to 25Mtpa.

As a Senior Project Engineer I am responsible for:

• Sharing responsibility in driving scoping studies on behalf of the client.

• Oversee and prepare scope of work, scope of responsibility and relevant documentation for tendering processes.

• Carryout cost benefit analysis, material take off’s, cost reporting and ALARP reviews for various engineering packages.

• Preparation of project execution plans budget proposals, ITT Documentation, Functional Specification, tender technical evaluation and delivery of contract packages.

• Support & provide input to the principal civil engineer in the design of plant roads, drainage, earthworks & foundations etc.

• Overall responsibility in ensuring that the key project milestones are met in conjunction with client expectations.

• Plan & facilitate lessons learnt, novelty identification and value improvement process (VIP) workshops.

• Liaise with various discipline leads like Civil, mechanical, piping, process etc. and ensure all the deliverables are met as per the milestones.

• Prepare and carry out Interdisciplinary engineering checks and reviews of study definition plans, reports and drawings & closeout Basis of Design (BOD) documents.

• Liaise with the overseas operating centers to collate information and participate in progress meetings.

• Evaluate and assess the design from the constructability point of view and suggest improvements and cost mitigation measures where applicable.

• Organize & participate in HAZID/ENVID, CRA & SID workshops and incorporate the controls and mitigation measures into design of relevant components.

• Identifying risks and opportunities & proposing measures to eliminate/ mitigate the risks throughout the project phase using the risk analysis software ARM.

• Champion and prepare division of responsibility (DOR) matrices for various work packages and ensuring that SIMOPS can be carried out.

4. Organization: Foster Wheeler-Worley Parsons (FWW), Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: Nov’ 2010 to June 2011.
Project: Pluto LNG Project – SITE A.
Client: Woodside Energy Ltd.
Designation: SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER.
Value: AUD 150mn.

The main scope of works include Site preparation bulk earthworks, Localised excavation, backfilling, haul roads, road formation, sealing, road crossings for underground services, installation of crash

barriers, construction of car parks, paving, pedestrian walk ways, retaining walls and manholes etc. for the Pluto LNG Project.

As a Senior Project Engineer I am responsible for:

• Coaching and mentoring direct reports and scheduling activities of staff.

• Recommending and engaging contractor’s onsite with the approval of the Project Manager & coordinating, controlling their activities.

• Development of construction work packages.

• Coordinate the technical reviews of all contractor packages.

• Ensuring that the construction programme is kept up to date with the latest extension of times granted by the client.

• Ensuring zero contractor and supplier over runs, claims and unresolved disputes.

• Maintaining thorough knowledge of the contract, its engineering and technical specifications and related contract agreements.

• Monitoring project works to identify and immediately act upon any areas of exposure or risk to margin in conjunction with the Project Manager.

• Liaising and cooperate with the OH&S advisors and assist in the OHS&E, Quality audits in accordance with the management plans and rectify any outstanding issues.

• Reviewing planned expenditure and monitoring field production progress quantities against budget and managing interfaces between various contractors.

• Liaising with the client’s representatives and attending client meetings.

• Ensuring that the project works in my role of responsibility meet profit and budget targets whilst complying with the quality and safety aspects.

5. Organization: Foster Wheeler-Worley Parsons (FWW), Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: Dec’2008 to Nov’ 2010.
Project: Pluto LNG – Site B (Offsite + Utilities).
Client: Woodside Energy Ltd.
Designation: SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER.
Value: AUD 240mn.

The main scope of works include 200,000m3 earthworks, construction of new concrete structures with a quantity of 40,000m3 and all underground works such as Glass reinforced epoxy (GRE) pressure piping for Firewater and AOC systems, storm water systems, electrical & instrumentation cabling works & access roads for the Greenfields section of the Pluto LNG plant.

As a Senior Project Engineer I was responsible for:

• Wholly managing the installation, QC inspections & hydrostatic testing of all the underground Glass reinforced epoxy (GRE) pressure piping for the Firewater, AOC systems as well as the storm water systems and construction of concrete structures from commencement of the project.

• Preparing Test packs, weld maps & traceability records for GRE piping.

• Review spool fabrication drawings and prepare daily weld reports and traceability documentation.

• Ensuring that the spools are fabricated and tested as per the issued P&ID’s/specifications and accepted by the Company’s inspector.

• Prepare punch lists and ensure that all items are closed out in WINPCS and handed over to the client on time.

• Handling the contractor’s issues including claims and variations and providing technical & engineering input.

• Reviewing & approving contractor’s ITP’s, safe work method statements and risk assessments.

• Liaising with the client regarding work procedures and attending progress meetings.

• Liaising with the offsite precast contractors to ensure all free issue precast items are delivered on time so that the project milestones are met.

• Controlling, monitoring and reporting progress on site, generally and including specific areas of work.

• Providing technical and other support to contractors to ensure that safety, time, cost and quality objectives are achieved as per the specifications and standards.

• Procuring permanent materials and services that comply with specifications, drawings and quality standards, including overseeing quality plan requirements and conformity by all suppliers, sub-contractors and direct work.

• Making technical and engineering decisions, within the scope of authority, to ensure that all criteria specified in the contract are met.

6. Organization: BGC Contracting Pty Ltd, Perth, Western Australia.
Period of Experience: Jul’2008 to Dec’2008.
Project: North West Shelf (LNG), Vapour Return Line Project.
Client: Woodside Energy Ltd.
Consultant: Foster Wheeler-Worley Parsons (FWW). Designation: PROJECT ENGINEER.
Value: AUD 28.0mn.

The project envisages the construction of 78 no. foundations for the new vapour return line in Brownfield’s section of the Karratha Gas Plant that included a speedy completion and handover of the project.

As a Project Engineer I was responsible for:

• Execution of the overall works, liaising with the client & attending progress meetings,

• Handling all the resources, quantity take offs and material procurement.

• Ensure that the construction programme is kept up to date with the latest extensions of time granted by client, monitoring progress and reporting variances to the Area Manager.

• Undertaking cost controlling, estimating, budgeting, forecasting, claim preparation, reviews and commercial negotiation activities.

• Preparation and review of the ITP’s & Manufacturers Data Report (MDR).

7. Organization: Carillion LLC, Dubai.
Period of Experience: Mar’2007 to Jul’ 2008.
Project: Naphtha Hydrotreater Reformer (AC514).
Client: ENOC Processing Company LLC.
Consultant: Foster Wheeler – Management Operations Ltd. Designation: SENIOR SUB AGENT.
Value: AED 450m

The main scope of works involves the construction of new and extended facilities such as construction of equipment foundations, interconnecting pipe racks, effluent treatment plants, substations and access roads etc and all infrastructure works such as the installation of firewater, OWS & WSS systems within the Brownfield and Greenfield sections of the refinery.

As a Senior Sub Agent I was responsible for:

• Monitoring the overall construction work of Substations of Plant-8, 10 &32, pipe racks, boilers, effluent treatment plant & and all infrastructure works.

• Installation of GRE Piping for firewater systems, and carbon steel piping of OWS & WSS systems.

• Preparing Test packs, weld maps & traceability records for GRE and carbon steel piping.

• Review NDT reports & PWHT procedures.

• Planning, scheduling and monitoring progress of work at every stage with optimum usage of resources and relevant standards.

• Managing a team of site engineers and sub-contractors.

• Preparation of safe work method statements and risk assessments as per HSE norms.

• Liaising with the consultant and the client regarding the work procedures and technical queries.

• Implementing the permit to work system according to the refinery procedures.

8. Organization: Balfour Beatty LLC, Dubai.
Period of Experience: Nov’2005 to Mar’2007.
Project: Comprehensive improvements of Jumeirah Lake towers interchange (I/C 5.5)(R659/11).
Client: Roads and Transport Authority.
Consultant: Parsons DeLeuw Cathers Overseas Ltd. Designation: SENIOR SITE ENGINEER.
Value: AED 400m

The project comprises of the construction of interchanges spanning across the Sheik Zayed road and an interchange at the Dubai marina wholly consisting of 19 sections.

As a senior site engineer I was responsible for:

• Execution of all bridge works including post tensioning and piling works consisting of 1000, 2000 diameter piles for the piers and pile caps.

• Construction of retaining walls.

• Monitoring the overall construction work and preparation of method statements.

• Handling all the resources, quantity take offs and material procurement.

9. Project: Jumeirah Lake towers District cooling plants.
Designation: SITE ENGINEER

The project comprises of the construction of cooling tower basins and underground water tanks for the district cooling system for JLT in three areas with a CV of AED 150m.

10. Period of Experience: Feb’2004 to Nov’2005
Project: Construction of six independent villas in Al Barsha, Dubai & Airport Expansion project (Rashidiya Sealing end compounds).

11. Period of Experience: Jul’2002 to Feb’2004 –
Project: Rehabilitation of state highway from Belur to Chikmagalur.