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CV, Senior MEP Services Manager Wishing To Remain In Australia

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 22797

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Short Bio:

As the engineering Design Manager for a major bulding services company in the Middle East I Managed the electrical design and engineering services for a 9.7 billion USD teaching hospital in Doha and a 2.8 Billion USD multi-Function Facility in Doha. I was the Mechanical, Electrical and Public Heath (Hydraulics) Services Manager for Broad Construction Services in PERTH Western Australia before the recession hit Australia in May/June 2014. I have PR in Australia
I would like to return to Australia.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British (English)

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, General Management

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia



Profile

Dedicated achievement driven Engineering Design/Project Manager approaching 40 years industry experience, delivering multi-million/billion dollar projects respectively for national and international EPC and EPCM. Expert in leading engineering building services design, infrastructure and services project management through to construction. Pro-active approach to business development and client relationships.

Having many years’ experience as a design, management and construction professional operating at senior levels that include Head of Engineering, Director, Engineering Manager as well as other similar roles, I have attained a proven technical and commercial ability, excellent track record and possess strong versatility and efficiency that has been gained both nationally and internationally.

Main Skills

 Project Manager (Engineering Services Buildings and Infrastructure).

 MEP design Management (Mechanical, Electrical Public Health) Engineering.

 FM Capital Projects – (Design and Build) Expertise. Experience in Soft, Hard FM and PPM

 Proven ability to successfully organise meetings, agenda’s occupy the chair prepare and issue minutes of meetings having identified and progress team actions.

 Peer review Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health services design

 Interfacing with client team to assist consultants and project managers to resolve key design issues both mechanically and electrically

 Extensive technical design and management experience in all aspects of Design relating to Electrical Engineering Power and Building Services; working to (ISO 9001) for Quality Assurance and CDM Regulations

 Team building and leadership skills coupled with commercial awareness and negotiating ability.

 Communicating both orally and in writing as well as giving presentations to Clients and Contractors at tender interviews/negotiations

 Operating well under pressure; with the ability to think carefully and plan clearly at the same time minimising costs and managing others.

 Leadership/managerial skills including resource planning and recruitment (including contributing to the management team for the provision of new ideas and initiatives).

 Preparation of Fee Bids & Design delivery Programmes together with assessing the value of any further works to complete design activities also monitoring project fee spend.

 

Career Summary

 BROAD Construction Services, Perth, Western Australia – MEP SERVICES MANAGER

 Qatar KENTZ – ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MANAGER

 PM Group – LEAD ENGINEER (UK) Elect

 Dixon Dubois – DIRECTOR MEP (Design Centre South East)

 Faber Maun sell – ASSOCIATE SERVICES DIRECTOR

 Atkins Consulting Engineers – HEAD OF BUILDING SERVICES

 Capita Property Consultancy – ASSOCIATE SERVICES DIRECTOR

 PCM Construction Managers – SENIOR SERVICES ENGINEER (MEP)

 Balfour Beatty (seconded to TML (Channel Tunnel) – SERVICES CO-ORDINATOR (UK TERMINALS) ENGINEERING DESIGN

 Ferguson and Partners (Bristol) – M&E Consultants – SENIOR DESIGN ENGINEER

 Qatari Consultants Group, Doha Qatar (Middle East) – PRINCIPAL ENGINEER

 Crown House Engineering (South Africa) – ENGINEERING MANAGER

 Mott Hay & Anderson (Sultanate of Oman) – ACTING HEAD OF ENGINEERING

 Ewbank Design Partnership (Cirencester and Sultanate of Oman) – SENIOR ENGINEER

 Design Group For Industry (Kenilworth) – ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

 IDC/AMEC Design & Management, Management Contractors (Stratford on Avon)

Project Summary:

 Airport (Western Australia) New Domestic Airport Terminal T2, value $103.0 million Australian dollars.

 Gas tri-Generation power station for Perth Airport

 A ‘’World Class digital Medical Research Centre and teaching hospital’’ at an out turn cost of 9.7 Billion (USD) for design and construction)

 BT (British Telecom) New Wave Network Management Centre – included multiple standby generation and UPS at LV. Total project cost (including fees £8.98m)

 Management of London Exhibition Centre Energy Centre (involvement included HV advice and external Heating and Chilled Water Mains routing). Cost Approximately £120m GBP.

 Generator performance calculations under fault conditions for most projects.

 Category 4 Containment building for MAFF (now DEFRA)

 Tender M&E design for Naval Shipyard buildings in Portsmouth (Vosper Thornycroft)

 Responsible for delivery of HM Prison Service /Young Offenders Institutions full design & Design & Build projects for: Brinsford / Feltham /Hollesley Bay/ Lancaster Farms etc. Also, Review of Works Department (ROWD) six establishment surveys in the North East of England.

 Immigration Detention Centres: Harmondsworth / Thurleigh / Yarlswood / Logford managed the monitoring surveyor role etc.

 Employment Service – Minor schemes (surveys / reports etc.)

 Victoria Hall – Student Accommodation (as employer’s Agent to oversee M&E services for new build projects at: Birmingham Phase 11 / Manchester / Liverpool

 Full detailed design of external and security lighting and schemes under the framework agreement (Faithful & Gould/Serco Operations at RAF Halton, Alyesbury.).

 Kraft Jacobs Suchard coffee processing plant – survey / report and recommendations on Freeze Drier security of supply under mains power failure and interruption. Several options proposed to include the use of multiple generators and rotary UPS with budget Costings.

 Technical and commercial report on mains peak load lopping and standby scheme for Watford Newspaper plant utilising two 4.65MW 11,000 volt generators.

 15–18 Austin Friars seven floor office refurbishment in London (standard M&E services design using roof mounted direct expansion (DX) air conditioning units serving ceiling and perimeter wall mounted fan coil units with integral fresh air make up and filtration. Lighting employed standard CIBSE Category 2 and 3 recessed luminaires to achieve glare control and compliant levels of uniformity over the working plane. Total building refurbishment value £2.5m. The building is owned by USA based consortium and sub let via London Agency.

 Boots Pharmaceuticals Limited, Nottingham – included refurbishment of Grade I listed wets and formulation laboratory building D10 electrical project value approximately £1.4m

The building received an excellence award in 1996 following completion of the refurbishment works.

 Pittsburgh Plate glass Industries PPG US – glass fibre manufacturing plant design included working closely with USA consultants and Anglicisation of US specifications. The main distribution system comprised three incoming 11kV feeders each 7.5MVA capacity and three11kV outgoing ring circuits connecting a total of 11 No.oil filled and cast resin remote transformer substations at 11kV/433V. Total project value approximately £70m.

 Cherry Valley Farms Caister – Poultry processing factory Phase I and Phase II extension to the existing facility to provide new air chilled building approx electrical contract value £600,000.00.

 Refurbishment of military establishments, office administration facilities for government ministries, multi-storey offices and fuel filling stations in Qatar.

 Pre-cast prestigious co-operative market development requiring special internal floodlighting techniques and supply system comprising 2 No1.6MVA transformers associated switchboards and automatic standby generation (first project commencing at West Bay, Qatar).

 Telecommunication Relaying Stations requiring automatic standby power generation offices and workshops for the installation of vehicle radio equipment, total refurbishment of factory repair building of 27,000m sq requiring 2No 1.25MVA transformers and switchboard for the Qatar National Telecom Services.

 In the Sultanate of Oman, major electrification of military establishments and townships, radar training school, prestigious ministerial buildings and other government complexes. Diesel generation power station design including 11,000V, underground distribution systems, substation design utilising oil-immersed and vacuum insulated circuit breakers, oil filled and cast resin encapsulated transformers. In particular the major installation of two Stall Laval 12MW gas turbine generators for the Ministry of Defence (Oman) major distribution upgrade.

Healthcare and Pharmaceutical

 SB, Smith Kline Beecham Science Complex One Harlow – new build pharmaceutical laboratories for medicinal, analytical chemistry and biotechnology plus pilot plant and remote energy centre.

 Yamanouchi Research Institute – Japanese pharmaceutical research institute Littlemore hospital, Oxford refurbishment of original hospital building and infrastructure approximate electrical value £1.4m total construction cost.

 Sidra Medical Research Centre (Teaching Hospital (mentioned above)

 North Staffordshire NHS Trust new build Undergraduate Medical School (UGMS) in association with Keel University, and extension to Theatres and Wards at Stoke City General Hospital including modifications to existing HDU and Theatre Recovery Wards – replacement ventilation systems Also, UGMS Satellite buildings and electrical load shedding infrastructure.

 Walsall Manor Hospital HSDU AHU upgrade to meet latest Hospital Technical Memoranda (HTM`s)

 Alexandra Hospital Redditch Worcestershire – modifications to pharmacy and pathology departments also ICU/HDU.

 Wolverhampton NHS Trust Penn Hospital facilities for the mentally ill.

 Involvement with Hereford PFI Hospital – electrical technical support to the Monitoring Surveyor (CPC).

 Walsall Manor modifications to East Wing and Decant Wards

 Involvement with Linear Accelerator at Walsgrave Hospital, Coventry, UK

 New Cross Hospital Laundry Conversion to Social Services and IT departments

 11,000 volt Protection Relay Study (for two new substations) using AMTECH Software for Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.

Education

 Woodgreen 6th Form Centre and Dining Room Witney Oxfordshire New Build

 Springfield Special Needs School Witney Oxfordshire New Build

 Springfield School

 Carterton School

 Slough Borough Council Schools PFI preferred bid value £39m.

M&E team management for numerous schools new build and extensions under the Oxfordshire County Council framework agreement

 Various School surveys undertaken including Birmingham City Council

 Transform Schools at Stoke (Monitoring Surveyor role)

 Sunfield Special needs School Client – full design.

Leisure Industry (Experience)

 Bristol Leisure Centre – modifications to existing services

 MEP Condition surveys undertaken for the `Sports Federation` at Holme Pierpont (commissioned via Drivers Jonas).

 Feasibility study for indoor Ice Skiing facility

 Squash Courts / Football Grounds in the Middle East for the Ministry of Defence (MOD)

Airport (Experience) – Civilian and Military

 Terminal T2 Domestic Airport Terminal (Perth Western Australia) Mentioned above

 Military Air Bases, Middle East

 Perth Airport – New Domestic Terminal (T2) with Natural Gas Tri-Generation Facility

Dec 2011 – Aug 2014
Engineering Services Manager with BROAD Construction Services Pty, Ltd, Perth, Western Australia

Appointed by Broad Construction Services (part of the Leighton Group) in Perth to provide professional technical engineering and design management expertise, to work closely with Perth Airport Project Manager (APP) and Consultant team to review all Mechanical, Public Health and Electrical design information including drawings, specifications and contract documentation to ensure the client’s contract specifications are fully delivered and the works are designed and constructed correctly and to resolve all and any technical issues arising.

I have successfully managed the services design and construction teams from commencement to commissioning including close liaison with the Perth Airport teams and specialist supplier installers and have assisted in the negotiation and closure of contract design information variations and requests for information by providing technical input to the Broad Contract Administrator (CA), the client’s project manager and their consultant teams.

Particular areas of technical expertise provided by me on the T2 airport include, HV protection, building services, HV and LV infrastructure and the technical review of two 2MW parallel operation gas tri-generation (CCHP) units specified to supply electricity at 22kV in parallel with the Western Power Network, heating and cooling for the airport terminal all in accordance with the services design, Australian and International Standards.

Engineering Services for Broad Construction Services responsible for managing the services for Leighton developments commercial new build offices for Kings Square 2 ($78m) and Kings Square 4($48m) both eleven (11) storey buildings for Shell International and HBF respectively at Wellington Street, Perth.

Sept  2011 to Dec 2011
UK Design/Client Interface (Based Doha) with Buro Happold

Appointed by Buro Happold Consultants as the Doha/UK Design Interface/Liaison with the Project Manager (Turner International -TiMe) for the provision of a 2.8 Billion USD multi-function complex for Al Muserieb. My role was key to developing the brief and delivering the project scope and included receiving design drawings and specifications from the UK and presenting these to the PM and incorporating scope changes and additions prior to tendering the package. This was interim appointment unfortunately due redundancies in Doha.

June 2008 to August 2011
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MANAGER with Qatar Kentz (Oil & Gas Company – EPC Division Qatar Middle East) I left this role since the three (3) year design was completed and to return home to the UK however, the work situation in the UK was severely affected by the world economic crisis therefore, decided to remain in Doha (albeit a short time) with Buro Happold prior to migrating to Australia..

Specifically appointed by KENTZ Middle East to manage the EPC delivery of the electrical engineering services design for Sidra Medical Research Centre (SMRC) Teaching Hospital, for SIDRA/Qatar Foundation (QF) at Education City, Doha, Qatar

Responsible to the MEP Manager and ultimately the Project Director for the following deliverables and activities:

 Planned release of project design deliverables for approval in line with the contract scope of works, including review monitoring and amendments to programme.

 Engage in client liaison with QF/Qatar Petroleum (QP)/ASTAD and KEO Consultants teams to obtain design and materials approvals.

 Arrange factory acceptance testing (FAT) with client teams and vendors to obtain approvals.

 Ensure all designs are thoroughly peer reviewed by external consultants

 Recruitment of technical and design co-ordination staff.

 Carry out performance reviews for all design staff.

 Prepare tender documentation for specialist Kahramaa and licensed Grade A contractor for HV works.

 Commission and manage external consultants for the delivery of specialist, electrical studies.

 Delivery presentations on key aspects of the design to obtain client approvals.

 Respond to client technical queries.

 Undertake site inspections.

 Attend client meetings

 Address site technical queries.

 Liaison with Qatar Kentz procurement teams on technical issues to obtain vendor compliance statements for materials.

January 2007 to June 2008
LEAD ENGINEER (Head of Electrical Engineering) with PM Group (UK) Ltd. Faced with the possibility of redundancy since a significant downturn in secured future business or relocate to Nigeria for a year was not a preferred option.

Client facing and responsible for production of electrical engineering design mainly for specialist markets such as the Pharmaceutical and Process Foods industries, for the likes of Genzyme UK/Maple leaf Bakeries UK/Associated British Foods UK/Procter and Gamble Poland/Glambia & PZ Cussons (joint Venture) Nigeria.

December 2005 to December 2006
DIRECTOR Dixon Dubois (Design Centre South East) (Private Enterprise Partnership) – Kindly note this was new and exciting role but due to the fixed business ethics could not remain in post.

As Director responsible for managing an office of approximately 30 trained technical design staff including CAD, Administration and IT being responsible for office performance profit and loss (P&L. Duties included briefly the following:

 Business Development

 Provision of back up support to Main Group Directors and Managing Director

 Preparation of Business Plan

 Preparation and Submission of Fee Proposals

 Fee Control (Developed Bespoke Project Control System)

 Introduction of Invoicing Processes

 Provision of Technical Support

 Staff Recruitment

 Staff Welfare and Training Development

 QA Development to Accreditation December 2006

 Development of Project Management

 Implementation of office expansion planning

December 2004 to November 2005
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR with Faber Maunsell a major consultant based in the UK. I left this role to advance my career as Director with DD above.

Directly responsible to the Regional Directors for managing a team of dedicated electrical engineers to deliver projects within the fee and cost plan and in accordance with programmes.

Extensively responsible for the preparation and submission of fee proposals on behalf of M&E services and for other team disciplines where a lead role was required.

Projects typically included:

 New build Schools

 Learning Centres for local colleges

 Data Centres

 Police Headquarters

 Law Courts

June 2003 to Dec 2004
HEAD OF BUILDING SERVICES with Atkins Consulting Engineers a major consultant based in the UK. The office was closed due to changes in company policy affected by the world economic recession.

As Head of Building Services and a key member of the management team responsible for driving the business forward by introducing improvement initiatives network marketing preparing and winning fee bids and sharing information across group offices.

The role included liaison and relationship building with key clients and contractors and provision of commercial and technical advice to other disciplines within and external to the organisation.

My team comprised approximately ten (10) permanent mechanical and eight (8) electrical engineers supplemented by technician/junior staff and contract agency engineers when required.

The major proportion of projects undertaken typically included the following:

 Numerous Schools new and refurbishment works

 Colleges and Infrastructure

 Magistrate Courts (new build)

 Ministry of Defence RAF base lighting upgrade

 Independent Tester Queen Mary Hospital Roehampton

 National Blood Service (framework)

 Condition Surveys various projects etc

Objective; was to effectively market an integrated building services design department to significantly improve upon business turnover, profit, quality, product and service delivery to clients.

April 1997 to 2003
ASSOCIATE SERVICES DIRECTOR with Capita Property Consultants (M&E Consultant) a major consultancy based in the UK (now part of worldwide AECOM group). After six (6) successful years with CPS I moved to Atkins for career development.

Associate Director with Capita Property Consultancy (now Capita Symons) – responsible for the Management of a profitable Team of Senior Mechanical and Electrical Engineers engaged in many, varied aspects of Building Services Design, including healthcare, major hospitals and HM Prison Service refurbishment works etc.

Responsible for managing an Engineering section providing fee contribution including;

 Client Liaison – front end work, throughout the duration of the project and on to completion

 Fee bid preparation and Submission (review and monitoring of additional duties and fee uplift).

 Invoicing – monthly for the Services Business Stream to meet pre-set Business Plan annual target.

 Allocation & Distribution of workload – included resource planning, time allocation to achieve programme delivery dates. Also to undertake regular team meetings at various key stages of the design to ensure client brief was being met both technically and commercially.

 Provision of Technical and Commercial Assistance to Engineers – determining design solutions and assessment of pre-tender estimates/assistance with Final Account etc.

 Project Control (M&E) – attending meetings with client and main contractor, specialist mechanical & electrical subcontractors, including project QS etc.

 Detail Design – included specifications/all aspects of building services ie lighting/ distribution/small power/fire alarm/intruder alarm/standby generation/ UPS/IT and MV 11,000 volt switchgear, protection and grading for coordination of LV& MV systems.

 Sketch Proposals (RIBA Stages C&D) – including initial scheme designs (drawing and reports/concepts/ production of Employer’s Briefing document etc,)

 Estimating – by reference to SPONS information or Quantified Schedules of Rates from previous projects for Cost Advice/PTE.

 Quality Assurance/CPD/CDM – responsible for preparing and maintaining Project Inception Document at receipt of order & Project Quality Plans. Organise staff training – seminars & courses for Continued Professional Development keeping up to date with Building Control changes and Construction Design & Management Regulations (CDM) as well as IEE (IET) Regulations and reference/ compliance with the CIBSE guidance notes.

 Staff Reviews, conducting annual staff Appraisals and holding short informal regular staff `coaching meetings` to assess any issues that individuals may have affecting their performance and general well being.

 Recruitment, utilising internal intranet, external employment agencies and carrying out interviews providing recommendations and subsequent staff appointments.

 Section Reporting to Directors – carried out using formal monthly meetings with members of the Management Team, the results of which were reported to the main Capita Board.

January 1990 to 1997
LEAD ELECTRICAL ENGINEER with AMEC Design and Management, Stratford-on-Avon (Management Contractor) – formerly International Design Consultants (IDC). I left AMEC to join CPS in search of more responsibility and career development.

Duties briefly comprised:

 Preparation of tender design drawings and specifications for the electrical aspect of Building Services.

 Obtaining the Client brief. (or preparing the Employers Requirement document for use by the team )

 Undertake surveys and production of Feasibility Reports and Front End Studies.

 Liaise with site supervisory staff.

 Preparation of Fee Estimates, Prime Cost and Resource Planning.

 Preparation of Design Programming information to Planners.

 Client liaison and Technical Presentations.

 Supervising other Design Engineers and CAD staff.

 Specification of equipment

 Production of tender documentation and all works during construction, eg client variations, co-ordination, etc.

 Site Supervision / Package Contractor Support (answering Technical Queries TQ`s and RFI`s).

 Witnessing, Testing and Inspections.

January 1989 to December 1989
SERVICES CO-ORDINATOR UK TERMINALS, ENGINEERING DESIGN with TML Sutton, Surrey Channel Tunnel project

 Services Co-ordination for UK terminals – employed by TML to provide guidance and direction to consultants in the preparation of design philosophy documentation at various levels for submission to EUROTUNNEL for approval and subsequent consent to construction.

 My role principally was the Contactor – Eurotunnel key Client interface

 Examine/peer review comment on drawings and co-ordinate the flow of documentation – drawings/specifications – outline documentation between various technical disciplines within TML and external consultants EDP Mott MacDonald, Building Design Partnership BDP Costaine Contractors limited etc.

 Co-ordination of Submission Documentation of Civil /Architectural package for 132,000 volt, main UK substation at the UK Terminal. (Involved extensive meetings with Building Design Partnership (BDP) consultants and the French Consortium.

 Coordinated the route of three (3) number underground 132kV incoming circuits from Sellenge to main substation across the UK countryside.

 Co-ordination of design documentation for UK Terminal Control Centre and administration buildings, including all services, electrical/data/telecoms etc, architectural, structural and civil works.

 Co-ordination of site services, distribution and positions of all substations.

 Co-ordination of overhead line equipment for locomotive, 25,000volt AC traction supplies including scheduling meetings with British Rail at Croydon.

 Commissioned Over bridge external lighting – Noise Impact Study on surrounding environment; and arranged meetings with Local Authorities to assist in Obtaining Planning Consents.

 Coordination of the overhead catenaries system supports and spacing for Railway Traction Pantograph Contact Wires

 Re location of 33kV overhead line at the tunnel portal to give the required railway rolling stock clearances.

 My responsibility included developing the various briefs with the design consultants including the overall co-ordination of the services and traction interfaces between other design consultant’s contractors for Trans Manche Link (TML) and EUROTUNNEL. Convening and running major meetings with the buildings/planning local Authority and obtaining consents.

1987 to 1989
SENIOR ENGINEER (Elect) with Ferguson and Partners (Consulting Engineers) Bristol UK, I left F&P after two very successful years to develop my career with TML on a most prestigious and significant project for the UK that would be recognised worldwide for its remarkable engineering.

 Preparation of budget cost estimates preliminary design feasibility studies / reports and scheme presentations to clients.

 Carrying out detailed electrical equipment surveys of all Barclays Banks in London.

 Design and preparation of drawings and specifications for commercial projects, including the University of Bristol Computer Centre; electrical systems including duplicate supplies at low voltage 240kVA UPS system for parallel redundancy; low brightness category lighting, small power, data and telecommunication systems.

 Upgrade/refurbishment of UPS combined with Standby Generator and automatic Power Factor control at HM Treasury Department in Chessington for the PSA.

 Responsible for leading a team of Engineers on a major commercial project in Southampton for Skandia Life Assurance Company in association with external architects and project managers.

1985 to 1987
PRINCIPAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEER with Qatari Consultants Group QCG Doha, Qatar After a very successful two (2) year term with QCG I returned to the UK to have a family.

 Directly responsible to the Practice Manager and Chief Executive Officer.

 Responsible for overall design input and total management of the Electrical Services Department including setting up the department.

 Leading a team of approximately ten permanent and contract engineers recruited from the UK and drawing office staff.

 Management of projects including design and site supervision.

 Negotiation of fees / resources project planning and cost advice to clients.

 Preparation and co-ordinating tender and contract drawings and specifications and assisting in obtaining building permits from the local planning and supply ministries.

 Inspections, witnessing testing and commissioning, approval of Working Drawings and attending client design team and site meetings.

 Refurbishment of military establishment’s office administration developments for local ministries multi-storey offices petrol stations.

 Pre-cast prestigious co-operative market development requiring special internal floodlighting techniques and supply system comprising 2 No1.6MVA transformers associated switchboards and automatic standby generation.

 Telecommunication Relaying Stations requiring automatic standby power generation offices and workshops for the installation of vehicle radio equipment, total refurbishment of factory repair building of 27,000m square meter requiring two number 1.25MVA transformers and switchboard for the Qatar National Telecom Services.

1984 to 1985
DESIGN MANAGER – with Crown House Engineering Johannesburg, South Africa

Whilst I enjoyed my role with CHE my wife and I decided to leave South Africa due to Civil Unrest.

 Directly responsible to the Managing Director for South Africa.

 Overall design and management responsibility for the electrical aspect of projects throughout the Republic of South Africa including budget control and finance accountability.

 Undertaking of all project enquiries, meeting with clients, submitting and discussing proposals and design fees prior to commencing design.

 Management of the design team and drawing office, preparation of tender and contract drawings and specifications obtaining all necessary approvals from the local supply authority and agreeing on the type of supply tariff.

 Projects included prestigious office administration building for large contracting organisation in Cape Town, new building development for a computer manufacturing company in Johannesburg and extensive surveys into power system management, which involved load flow analysis and power factor correction for a major banking establishment. Power system comprised eight number 1.0MVA transformers, 11,000 Volt ring circuit switchboards and automatic emergency standby power generation.

1982 – 1984 SENIOR ENGINEER (Elect) with Mott Hay and Anderson International (Now Mot MacDonald) Sultanate of Oman. I left MH&A in search of further overseas adventure and career development in South Africa.

 My duties included preparation of drawings and documentation covering the electrical aspect of building services, also including MV (11,000 volt) infrastructure and power station design.

 Assumed ROLE OF ELECTRICAL DESIGN MANAGER

 Responsible for lead and operation of the electrical services design office, including project planning, liaison with clients, government bodies and Authorities

 Design fee preparation, submissions and wining!

 Sub-Contractor supply negotiation,

 Site supervision and surveying.

 Developed client design briefs, working closely with other professions including Architect, Structural, Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveyors/Contract Administrators etc.

1981-1982
ELECTRICAL DESIGN ENGINEER with Design Group for Industry (DGI)

 Preparing electrical building services designs mainly for British Gas Operational Control Centres at Hattersley and head offices at London Marble Arch and Bishops House.

1979-1981
DESIGN ENGINEER with Electrical Systems Ltd

 Preparing electrical switchboard/panel designs for the sewage and water industry (UK) wide).

1977-1979
TRAINEE ENGINEER with IDC (International Design and Construct)

 Preparing electrical building services designs mainly the industrial sector British Timken, Ware houses and Southampton Parcel Sorting Office,

Education & Professional Qualifications

 Engineering Council Registered – Eng. Tech

 Full Member of the Institution of Incorporated Engineers (MIIE)

 Full Member of the Institute of Engineering Technology (MIET) Dip

 Full Member Engineers and Managers Association (MEMA)

 CSE Grade II Mathematics, English Language, History, Workshop Technology

 CSE four subjects including Mathematics and English Language

 City and Guilds of London Institute;

Electrical Engineering Course ‘A’

Electrical Engineering Course ‘B’

Electrical Engineering Technician’s Certificate Course ‘C’

 B/Tec Level II Mathematics

 Mathematics 1

 Analytical Mathematics

Courses Attended

 Sales and Presentation Techniques – 3 day residential course with Gulliver Richie Associates (UK).

 Presentation Skills – 2 day non-residential course with John Porter Associates (UK)

 Understanding Building and Construction Tenders and Contracts – 2 day non residential Course in Perth Western Australia (18th & 19th April 2012) with Alan Huckins Questamon Training Services, Western Australia (WA)

 Work Safety in the Construction Industry – 1 day non residential course in Perth Western Australia (16th February 2012) with Martin Fitzgerald, Master Builders Western Australia (WA).

 Western Australia, Construction Induction Occupational Health and Safety (White Card No 512558)

Objectives

My objectives are to progress, develop further, maintain and remain effective, efficient, and knowledgeable in all aspects of management, design and construction as is required by companies business and to always provide above standard support and effort at all times to the benefit of me and employer.

I will perform above standard at all times being dedicated to the delivery of total client satisfaction by providing exceptional quality and ensuring a well done and profitable job.