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Serial No: 22818

List top 5 skills: civil construction, project management, reinforced concrete structures
Short Bio:

I am an experienced dipl. civil engineer, particularly in the area of the construction of power plants incl. supervision and execution of international building projects.

My strengths are in the realisation of the project coordination and construction direction, as well as the local construction supervision of challenging projects for example in power supply stations & desalination plants, dam constructions and water supply distribution.

Current location: 

Hamburg, Germany - View on map

Nationality: 

German

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, General Management

Spoken languages: 

english, german

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



ualifications

Institution/ [ Date from – Date to ]/ Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

University of Berlin 1972 – 1977 Diploma (MSc) in Structural Engineering

Language Skills

Language/ Reading/ Speaking/ Writing

German mother tongue

English excellent excellent excellent

French basic basic basic

Membership Of Professional Bodies

Bund Deutscher Baumeister (BdB)

Other Skills

(e.g. Computer literacy, etc.) MS-Office, MS-Project, MS Outlook

MS -Project, Primavera, etc..

MAC Pages, MAC Numbers

Apprenticeship diplomas as:

Concrete worker, Carpenter

Areas Of Expertise

I have extensive experience as a Civil/Structural Engineer, Resident Engineer, Construction/Site Manager, Team Leader and Lead Civil Engineer as well as Deputy Site Manager together with consulting firms and engineering contractors in the field of civil infrastructures, water/sewage, industrial engineering and power & desalination projects.

Project Experience:

Huge hydraulic reinforced concrete structures (reservoirs & dams), Drinking water networks and wastewater/sewage treatment plants, Pumping stations, Desalination plants

Experience of multiple projects:

Thermal power stations, mass concrete, special foundations, building of quaysides and wharf’s, huge earthwork engineering and soil vacuum improvement, roads- and concrete bridge buildings, industrial structures, shopping centres, accommodation buildings, foundations for electro-mechanical equipment, in conjunction with EPC and turnkey projects

Many years experience in general management, for e.g. as contract agreements according to VOB, VOL, BGB, FIDIC.

Commercial and finance management, including cost estimates with budget- controlling, final calculation of costs and invoicing. Experience with international finance institutions as KfW and EEC.

Executing engagement of personnel as well as guidance on site.

Planning and coordination of the construction processing, submitting of tender documents, detailed design- and execution planning, site supervision, inspecting performance of the works, controlling of the progress; conducting meetings and reporting, achieving the agreed contractual fixed conditions ending in taking over and final approvals and final completion on site.

Career Summary

July 2013 – September 2014
Lead Civil Engineer & Construction Manager
Yanbu Power and Desalination Plant – Phase 3, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Fichtner GmbH & Co.KG

Description:

The project Yanbu Power and Desalination Plant – Phase 3 involves the design and construction of an oil-fired power plant, a seawater desalination unit and associated facilities at Yanbu, in Al Madinah province, on the western coast of Saudi Arabia.

The power plant will have an installed capacity of 5 × 620 MW units = 3.100 MW and will make use of heavy fuel oil (HFO) as the main fuel source, with diesel oil used only for start-up. The power plant will provide electricity for the desalination plant and Yanbu Industrial complex.

Company Samsung Engineering is executing the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the entire power plant with all the required facilities on a lump-sum turnkey basis in a deal worth US$1.5bn.

As consortium partner Alstom’s scope of work includes the basic engineering of the power block, advisory services during detailed engineering and procurement, supervisory services during construction, commissioning and the delivery of the main equipment for 5 × 620 MW units, including the steam turbines and generators, the HFO-fired supercritical boilers, electrostatic precipitators and the flue gas desulphurisation system.

Company Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction is working independently and has to build the Yanbu Phase 3 Seawater Desalination Plant under a contract worth US$ 1 billion from the Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) of Saudi Arabia. The plant will deliver 550,000 m³/d of water, sufficient to meet daily requirements of 1.8 million people.

The plant will be connected to the Saudi Electricity Company grid through a 380 kV substation, which will also be built on site. The project is estimated at $3-billion. The plant is expected to enter commercial operation in 2016.

My duties include:

• Advising and guiding Doosan & Samsung and their Subcontractors concerning massive bore-piling works and testing, concrete mixtures, operating in the right way concrete batching plants with ice plants, method of statements, reinforcement assembling, conventional shuttering systems, pouring of massive concrete elements, curing and concrete repair works, massive earthworks, electro-mechanical co-ordination, GRP-pipes ∅ 3200mm assembling and complete installation incl. all finishing works, etc.

• Liaison with the Employer’s Representative (SWCC).

• Liaison between Fichtner-Head Office in Germany and the Contractors on site.

• Controlling of drawings and documents on site.

• Monitoring of progress and inspection / supervision of the whole permanent execution works.

• Dealing with Technical Queries raised by the contractors on site.

• Conducting intensive Weekly Civil Meetings.

• Administrate and partly managing the local Fichtner-Engineering Site Office, guidance of the Engineers and delegation of work to be done.

• Preparing of civil monthly reports.

February 2013 – May 2013
Project Manager
Construction Supervision of Rehabilitation Works for Kaduna Metropolitan and other Towns Water Supply Scheme in Nigeria
JBG Gauff Engineers

Description:

The scope of work under the construction supervision is to control and supervise the rehabilitation of water treatment plants, water transmission mains, service reservoirs, distribution networks, industrial buildings, offices and staff quarters for Kaduna, Zaria, Kafanchan, Kagoro, Zonkwa and Saminaka water supply.

The supervision of construction services should cover all technical, financial and administrative matters that are arising to be performed under the delegated authority of the Engineer in the contract between Kaduna State Water Board and the Contractors.

My duties included;

• Checking of the execution planning made by the building contractor

• Supervision of the constructions

• Reporting to the Client and JBG Head-Office

• Checking of construction drawings

• Review and approve Contractor’s work programme

• Review and control procurement plans

• Checking of Time & Implementation Schedules

• Outline of Quality Assurance, Quality Control and Cost Control

• Evaluate and certify Contractor’s claims

• Preparation of Payment Statements due to the Contractors

• Preparation of final accounts

• Checking and control As-Built Drawings

• Checking and control Maintenance Manual

• Administrate the JBG Gauff Kaduna Main Office

August 2012 – January 2013

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June 2011 – July 2012
Lead Civil Engineer & Deputy Site Manager
Long Phu 1 Coal Fired Thermal Power Project, (2 x 600 MW); Vietnam
Fichtner GmbH & Co.KG

Description:

The Long Phu 1 Power Plant comprises two 600MW units and is intended for completion by the end of 2014, at cost between US$1.2 and US$1.4 billion. It is the first of three planned power plants at the Long Phu Power Centre. When completed, the centre will have a combined capacity of 4,400 MW. Located in the Long Phu District, Soc Trang province in southern Vietnam, it will supply much-needed power to the national electric grid, especially to more than 16 million people in the Mekong Delta Region. The Owner of the plant is Vietnam National Oil & Gas Group (PVN). The Lead of EPC Contractor Consortium is Petro Vietnam Technical Services Corporation (PTSC).

Fichtner undertakes a review of the FEED Technical Design Document (basic design, cost-estimation and EPC-bid-document), evaluation of EPC bids, contract negotiations and award of contract, followed by EPC design review, project management, supervision of construction and commissioning, with at site and Home Office training.

In the moment the execution works concentrate mainly upon the ground stabilization or soil improvement. In addition, almost all foundations require pile constructions.

July 2007 – May 2011
Senior Civil Engineer & Deputy Site Manager
Kosti Thermal Power Station, (4 x 125 MW); Sudan
Fichtner GmbH & Co.KG

Description:

The Indian Government in favour of the Sudan Thermal Power Generation (STPG) funds this Turnkey-Project with project costs of 475 million USD. The main contractor is BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited) an Indian Company, which is responsible for the entire execution works. This project is complex and contains all facets of constructions like huge water intake structures at the river Nile, which transport the required Nile water to the approx. 13km far away landward situated Power Station through GRP-Pipes into two large raw-water concrete reservoirs. The main civil structures of this project are: Power Turbine House, Central Control Building, Boiler & ESP Structures, two Concrete Chimneys, DM-Plant, Four Cooling Towers, wastewater/sewage treatment plant, Fire-Pump House incl. water tanks, Administration Building, Permanent Store & Workshop Building and asphalted plant road constructions, etc..

My duties include:

• Advising and guiding BHEL and their Subcontractors concerning concrete mixtures, operating concrete batching plants together with ice plants, method of statements, reinforcement assembling, conventional shuttering systems, pouring of massive concrete elements, curing and concrete repair works, massive earthworks, electro-mechanical co-ordination, Steel & GRP-pipe assembling, finishing works, etc.

• Liaison with the Employer’s Representative (STPG).

• Liaison between Fichtner-Head Office in Germany and the Contractor on site.

• Monitoring of progress and supervision of the whole permanent execution works.

• Review and controlling of drawings, documents and method statements.

• Dealing with Technical Queries raised by the contractors on site.

• Conducting intensive Civil Weekly Meetings.

• Administrate and partly managing the local Fichtner-Engineering Site Office, responsible for the site petty cash, guidance of the Engineers and delegation of work to be done.

• Preparing of civil monthly reports for the client (STPG)

February 2006 – July 2007
Project Resident Civil Engineer
Sana’a South Diesel Power Plant Extension, Yemen
Fichtner GmbH & Co.KG

Description:

The Yemen Government with Ministry of Electricity & Water, Public Electricity Corporation (PEC) funds the Project. The envisaged project costs amounting to ~25 million Euro. The main contractor is AL-Ahram Trading Company (Ltd) and is responsible for the entire execution works. The subcontractor Wärtsilä (Finland) is responsible for the delivery and erection of the equipment like transformers, diesel power engines, electro panels, etc.. This project is complex and contains all facets of constructions like huge concrete structures, heavy diesel machines, concrete foundations, extensive steel structures, oil and diesel tank storages, water and waste water sanitation treatment plants and road constructions..

July 2004 – January 2006
Chief Concrete Works Engineer
Merowe Water Dam Project Sudan
Lahmeyer International GmbH, Consulting Engineers

Description:

The Project is funded by the Arabic Development Banks, the ECA – China and the Government of the Sudan.

The envisaged project costs amounting to ~1,200 million Euro. The contractor CCMD is a joint venture of the China International Water + Electric Corporation and China National Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Cooperation.

The concrete structures consist of huge retaining walls, spillway, non-overflow, power-intake and power-house, with a designed concrete volume of 1,6 million m³ of reinforced concrete.

Construction of powerhouse accommodating ten (10) power generating units with a total capacity of 1.250MW including with spillway and spillway-bridge,

65m high 300 m long power intake structure

Nile River diversion 800 m long earth core rock fill dam up to 45 m high, and 8000 m long concrete faced rock fill dam were in progress.

Cost of Civil Works only: EURO 560 Million

Directly the managing projects director liable and responsible.

May 2003 – June 2004
Engineer’s Representative
Water Supply and Sanitation in provincial towns Yarim; Yemen
Gitec Consult GmbH

Description:

The aim of the project is to provide the entire town of Yarim with a water supply and sewerage connection and a sewage treatment plant.

Project Data

Employer: National Water and Sanitation Authority, Ministry of Electricity and Water

Funding Agency: Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) 85%, Government of Yemen 15%

Contract Value: 2,3 billion Yemen Rial

Contractor: Joint Venture Arab Contractors / Kahlan Trading and Contracting Company

Consultant: Joint Venture GITEC / Dorsch

Contract Start Date: 1st February 2000

Contract Finish Date: 31st January 2003 (on going)

Extended Contract called Labour Intensive Project by a 11 month from Mid December 2002 to Mid November 2003 (Value Euro 1,7 mill.).

Description of the Project Components

The Water Supply System for the Town of Yarim comprises:

• 6 well pumping stations including electrical/mechanical equipment

• 9 km of pump rising mains

• 2 concrete reservoirs plus refurbishment of an existing steel reservoir giving a storage capacity of around 1000 m³

• a booster station including electrical/mechanical equipment

• a chlorination station

• approximately 37 km of water supply mains

• some 4200 connections to houses, commercial premises and institutions

• power transmission lines of about 3,0 km

• spare pipes and fittings

The Sewage Treatment Plant for Yarim comprises:

• inlet works with screens, grit separation channels and a measuring flume

• 4 anaerobic treatment ponds

• 2 facultative treatment ponds

• 5 maturation ponds

• an operation building with testing laboratory and vehicle repair workshop

• associated services and utilities

Duties of Engineer’s Representative

General project management including, site scheduling and planning, finance & budget management, cash-flow, preparing of monthly reports for the client and the sponsor (KfW), site supervision, quality and material control, final inspection and handing over procedure as well as human resources management requirements.

1999 – 2003
Chief Construction Advisor
Mubarak Water Pumping Station Project, upper Egypt
Lahmeyer International GmbH, Consulting Engineers

Description:

The Project is funded by the Egyptian Government and forms an integral part of the New Valley Project which will transform, by irrigation, large tracts of the western desert into arable land supported by an infrastructure of towns, roads, industrial installations and all the facilities associated with such a vast development. The Pumping Station itself is being constructed on Lake Nasser 250 km south of Aswan, and will cost approximately US$ 450 million. The Project, which is on a design and contract agreement, will be completed within 5 years. The contractor is the Egyptian European Japanese Consortium, led by Skanska International Construction and including Hitachi and Arabian International Construction as member firms. Lahmeyer as lead firm together with Egyptian consultant Hamza Ass., were employed by the EEJC-Consortium to prepare the tender design and the detailed construction and to supervise the design and construction of the project.

My duties included:

• Advising and guiding the local contractor concerning concrete mixtures, method of statements, reinforcement assembling, shuttering systems, pouring of massive concrete, curing and concrete repair work, concrete pre-stressing procedure, tension piles, piling, dewatering of the pump station pit, drainage and massive earthworks, electro mechanical co-ordination, steel pipe assembling, finishing work, etc.

• Liaison with the Employer’s Representative (Edipco Sogreah Consortium) in order to obtain approvals of drawings and technical queries.

• Liaison between Head Design Office in Cairo and the contractor on site.

• Monitoring of progress and supervision of the work.

• Compiling of progress reports with S-curve and histogram projections.

• Controlling of drawings and documents on site.

• Statistical analysis.

• Dealing with Technical Queries raised by the contractors on site.

• Administrate and managing the LHEC-Site Office, guidance of personnel and delegation of work to be done.

A brief overview of the project involves the pumping Station (dimensions 148,85 x 46,60 x 61,50m), constructed of watertight reinforced concrete, is designed as an island structure with 24 separate intake pipes, 12 intakes each side. The pump Station is connected to the mainland with two separate bridges, Main Access Bridge and Emergency Bridge. Water is lifted from the Suction Basin through steel suction pipes, valves, main pump unit and steel discharge pipe work. This system connects with horizontal concrete culverts to the Discharge Basin Siphons, where energy is dissipated before passing by gravity to the dessert through concrete lined feeder canals.

Quantities & Facilities:

Rock to be excavated –

Intake Canal 5,4mill. m³ underwater & 5,1mill. m³ in temporary dry section

Suction Basin 5,0mill. m³ in temporary dry excavation

Reinforced concrete –

Pumping Station 145,000 m³

Discharge Ducts 22,000 m³

Discharge Basin & Siphon 34,000 m³

Pumping capacity –

Water for irrigation 334 m³/second, nearly 29 mill. m³ per day

Maximum lift 54 metres head from +147m to +201m

Pump and Motor Units –

24 No. each 12,000 KW variable speed drive (VSDS) vertical shaft

units rated at 16,7 m³/second.

Ancillary support structures –

11 KV Switchgear Building

Mechanical, Electrical & Automotive Workshops

Standby diesel generator powerhouse

Guard House

Water- and Sewage Treatment Plants

1998 – 1999
Site Engineering Manager
Norddeutsche Metallberufs-Genossenschaft in Hannover , Germany
Gmp von Gerkan Mark and Partner Architects

Description:

Head project management, supervision and control on site for the Norddeutsche Metallberufs-Genossenschaft Hannover, business office centre; (Value ca. € 38,5 mill.)

The project an office and business construction, subdivide from the ground floor in five single buildings, each part is five story high, connected with bridges elements made of precast reinforced concrete in each floor, to get the main impression of only one building. The complete basement, two storeys high, is used as a garage and accommodates the technical house facilities of this structure. The reinforced concrete foundation of the basement, slabs and walls is executed nearly joint less and to be waterproofed, because the structure is based in a high water table area.

Management in view of cost and time orientated completion of the entire project, co-ordination of the execution period, guidance of the technical participants on site, especially for the involved engineers of the contractor and his subcontractors. Preparation of time- and material schedules, inspection and supervision of the site-performance, control of progress and budget, conducting negotiations, preparing of final costs, dealing with the client and authorities.

1997 – 1998
Site Engineering Manager
Turnkey Construction of new Herberts_Standox
Schooling and Marketing Centre, in Wuppertal, Germany
Teerbau Hochbau GmbH

Description:

The value of work is ca. € 22 mill. The site classified in B2 according the German reinforced concrete construction regulations. The business building has five floors erected with one part of the structure built into the hill. The foundations exist of a grid supported by drilling bore piles poured with reinforced concrete, which anchor the building. Two floors were designed in the ground to apply with the requirements of the authorities and the client and consist of reinforced concrete. The car painting cabins are accommodated in the neighbouring technical building, where the different painting techniques are shown and taught.

Responsible for the organisation of the permanent site personnel and machinery, budget control, placing of orders to subcontractors, supervision on site for carrying out especially of reinforced concrete executions, preparing of final cost estimation, project management and administration with the relevant authorities and the client. Directly the managing project director liable and responsible.

1996 – 1997
Project Manager
Residential Housing Estate, Germany
Kehrer Bauträger GmbH

Description:

Implementing turnkey residential housing estate including all facilities and distributions, sewage & transmission lines. (€ 5 mill.)

Preparing of the tender conditions and contract documents, cost estimation, bidding and contract award procedure, invoice controlling, project management, supervision and inspection of the performance on site, preparing acceptance documents, dealing with the client and authorities. The managing director direct liable and responsible.

1995 – 1996
Chief Site Engineering Manager
Construction of a large new Shopping Centre “Husumer Tor”, Germany
SM Bau GmbH

Description:

Contracting turnkey shopping centre incl. parking and field area. ( € 13 mill.)

Exclusive living housing construction with bureau, business offices and with property flats in Büddelsdorf. ( € 2,5 mill.)

Residential area Bülow Burg at Güstrow, erection of ribbon buildings, single and semi-detached houses incl. children playground, roads and footpaths and all distribution, sewage and transmission lines. ( € 1,5 mill.)

Preparing of the tender conditions and contract documents, cost estimation, bidding and contract award procedure, invoice controlling, project management, supervision and inspection of the performance on site,

preparing acceptance documents, dealing with the client and authorities.

The managing director direct liable and responsible.

1994 – 1995
Project Engineering Manager
Communal School, Gallery of Furniture, Shopping centre in Germany
nhp Partnership architects + engineers

Description:

Construction of turnkey multi-storey buildings and shopping centres, industrial structures and communal school building, according to § 15 HOAI, performance phases 6 – 9.

The following main projects are:

New construction of the communal school and sport hall in Peitz ,(€ 9 mill.)

Gallery of furniture Bardowick incl. large rising shelf storage (€ 15 mill.)

Construction of the shopping centre “Husumer Tor” in Husum (€ 13 mill.)

Preparing of the tender conditions and contract documents, cost estimation, bidding and contract award procedure, invoice controlling, project management, supervision and inspection of the performance on site, preparing acceptance documents, dealing with the client and authorities.

1992 – 1994
Chief Site Engineering Manager
Shopping Centres, Industrial Buildings in Germany
Tercur GmbH, General Entrepreneur

Description:

Implementing of turnkey shopping centres, industrial buildings and engineering structures. In charge for the whole project, organisation of the permanent site personnel and machinery, budget control, placing of orders to subcontractors, supervision on site of the carrying out especially of reinforced concrete executions, preparing of final cost estimation, project management and administration with the relevant authorities and the client. The managing director direct liable and responsible.

1987 – 1992
Resident Engineer
Site Supervision of the new drinking water well-fields in Palapye; Mahalapye and Tonota in Botswana
Dipl.-Ing. H.R. Prack GmbH

Description:

Existing of several well-fields with pump station, ca. 65km ductile cast iron pipe network, DN100 between DN1000 mm, reinforced concrete water reservoirs, chlorinating plants, extensive reinforced concrete chambers  and thrust blocks. Earth- and road works incl. administration buildings. Investigation of existing water pipes by leakage detector equipment and repair or replacement of damage pipes. Erecting of a large-scale reinforced concrete sedimentation plant with overflow in evaporation trenches. Training of the local staff with the new installed facilities, supervision during the maintenance period. Examine and evaluate new drinking water projects.

Rehabilitating of quay appliances in Maputo, Mozambique. Extensive reconstruction of the quay slab and support beams by reinforced concrete. Steel-rubber sheet piles renewed the mooring. The execution had to be done during normal rail, crane and marine activities associated with an operational harbour.

General management comprising:

Termination planning, commercial controlling, cash-flow in order to ensure finance accountability, reporting to the client and the sponsor (KfW and EEC), site supervision, conducting meetings, administrating of engineers, quality and material control to fulfil water utilities requirements, final inspections and handing over procedure,

1985 – 1987
Chief Site Manager
Power cable 110 KV Installation in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Südrohrbau S.A. LTD

Description:

Civil engineering construction projects especially for the laying of high tension 110 KV cables, including the building of transmission stations and administration buildings. In addition constructing of reinforced concrete structures as raising-, purification plants and other auxiliary buildings. Executing of Client’s employees training during commissioning of the plant and during the maintenance period.

Responsible for the concrete works, project planning, organisation of manpower, machinery and material supply, dealing with the client and other relevant authorities.

1981 – 1985
Construction Engineer
New drinking water support system in Tripoli, Libya
Philipp Holzmann AG

Description:

Value of work US$ 620 mill. Building of seven reinforced concrete water reservoirs (size: 80m x 100m x 5m high, each with a capacity of 40,000 m³, including back-ventilated shaped precast concrete outer-wall cladding and the installation of all the necessary inlets and outlets, overflow precautions and the complete mechanical and electrical control and monitoring systems for the drinking water flow. Altogether, 60,000 m³ of reinforced concrete were needed for these seven structures.

The reservoir’s structural elements are: Surrounding walls as angular retaining walls; Internal columns on separate foundations at 4,50 x 4,50 m grid spacing; Lower base slab, 10 cm thick; Upper base slab, 20 cm thick; Roof slab. Surrounding walls and base slabs were designed to stay without expansion joints. The roof slab however is provided with expansion joints. Internal rubber water-stops are installed to seal the working joints being under static stress. This design principle, together with the methods of reinforcement adopted, the concrete mix, the size of the sections concreted during each operation and the post-treatment applied to the concrete resulted in a waterproof, joint less reservoir with out any additional sealing.

Constructing 2 pump stations, each measuring 18 x 54 m, 2 chlorinating plants, 2 waterworks manager’s houses and 2 administration buildings. Constructing of a control station as well as a large-scale wellfield with 87 boreholes. Laying of a new 113,52 km pipeline network of joint cast iron pipes with spigot and socket and a spun cement lining, DN 150 between DN 1200 mm, wellfield 52,18 km, distribution pipes 7,03 km, Pump station area 7,56 km and the town 46,75 km.

Constructing of 775 manholes from concrete in situ or precast elements, in the form of single or grouped manholes together with a large number of pipes thrust blocks and protective structures. Building 52 km of service and inspection roads with 6 reinforced concrete bridge structures to the individual wells in the wellfield.

A large scale project of this kind required much effort in planning and enforcement, strategically good performance in personnel and machinery grouping, leadership and supervision knowledge, time schedule and budget controlling, accurate recording of meetings, liaison with the consultant, the client and other authorities. Responsible for the performance of the reinforced concrete structures and buried pipe installation.

1977 – 1981
Construction Engineer
Waste and Water Projects in Hamburg, Germany
August Prien GmbH & Co.

Description:

Planning and constructing of purification plants (water & sewage), engineering structures- and industrial buildings, reinforcement concrete bridges and incl. calculation and cost estimates.

Project Engineer in the construction section mainly concerned with sewage treatment plants, laying of large reinforcement concrete waste water conduits, compound with a lot of piling and driving works in the Hamburger harbour. Erection of reinforcement concrete sedimentation tanks, concrete manholes, concrete outlets and barriers. Investigate existing sewage pipes with leakage detector equipment and repair or replacement of damage pipes.

Preparation and management of construction works, time schedule and staff planning, material supply, inspection of the carrying out, performance and cost control as well as finial account. Liaise with the client and other relevant authorities.

 

Other relevant information:

1977 – 1985 Company Employee

1985 – up to date Independent Freelance Engineer