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CV, Structural Engineer Seeking Tier 2 Visa Sponsorship for Job in UK

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 6988
(23/05/1983, male)
List top 5 skills: finite element analysis, nuclear experience
Short Bio:

Qualifications
•BE – Civil Engineering, Rizvi College of Engineering, Mumbai University, May 2004
•ME – Structural Engineering, Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai University, July 2006

Professional Memberships
•Graduate Member: Institution of Civil Engineers - UK (gMICE)
•Member: Institution of Engineering and Technology - UK (MIET)
•Associate Member: Institution of Engineers - India (AMIE)

Honors and Achievements
•Professor Jehangir C. Shroff Gold Medal, Mumbai University, 2006-07
•Recognized as Consistently Excellent Performer during 2012-13 appraisal cycle

Certifications
•Customer Focus by TATA Management Training Centre, Feb ‘12
•35 Credit hours PMI certified course on PMP, Nov-Dec ‘12

Publications
•Study of Large Openings in RC Stack, SMiRT-21, Nov-2011, New Delhi
•Seismic Analysis and Design of a Typical Vitrified Waste Storage Vault, SMiRT-21, Nov-2011, New Delhi

Experience Summary
A Structural Engineer with more than seven years of experience working in levels of increasing responsibility with the Nuclear Business Unit of TATA Consulting Engineers Limited, Mumbai, India for various civilian nuclear projects, commercial buildings and industrial projects.

Current location: 

Maharashtra, India - View on map

Spoken languages: 

English Hindi, marathi, Tamil

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, canada, china, France, Germany, greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, new zealand, Norway, Poland, portugal, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, spain, Sweden, switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States



KEY SKILLS

Nuclear Power Plants Masters Degree in Structural Engineering Project management Self-motivated

Nuclear Waste Storage Facilities Seismic Analysis Commercial awareness Broad technical knowledge and understanding

Finite Element Analysis using software’s like ANSYS, STAAD Pro Seismic Retrofit/

Re-evaluation Quality Conscious Good communication skills (both written and oral)

Machine Foundation Knowledge of National and International codes applicable to analysis/ design of RCC/ Steel structures Awareness of ethical issues Articulate and Strategic thinker

RCC Stack RCC detailing, Quantity Estimation Multi-Cultural Experience Supervisory and leadership

Blast Resistant Design Sustainable Design and Construction Persuasive

Buried Structures Tender Documentation

Switch Yard Structures Site Supervision

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

TATA Consulting Engineers (TCE) Limited

4TH Floor, Tower A, 247 Park, LBS Marg, Vikhroli (West), Mumbai – 400083 (India) Since August 2006

CAREER PROGRESSION AT TCE

Junior Engineer – Civil August 2006 to July 2007

Engineer – Civil August 2007 to March 2008

Senior Engineer – Civil April 2008 to March 2011

Assistant Manager – Civil April 2011 to March 2013

Manager – Civil April 2013 to Present

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

(As Project Engineer)

a) Planning, scheduling, coordinating and executing the teams work activities.

b) Coordinating with other disciplines on all technical issues.

c) Participating in regular progress and project review meetings.

d) Preparing monthly progress reports, tracking the progress and providing the management and client with regular project status updates.

e) Incorporating the client’s requirements within structural design specifications.

f) Identifying, negotiating and agreeing additional work packages and the associated contractual changes.

g) Managing relationships with clients, contractors and equipment vendors.

h) Scrutinizing to ensure the quality of the deliverables being submitted to the client.

(As Senior/ Specialist Engineer)

a) Preparing technical presentations for getting clearances from safety review committees and other regulatory bodies.

b) Preparing design calculations as per various international codes/ client specifications.

c) Preparation of FEED (Front End Engineering Design) documents.

d) Contributing to cross-functional team meetings for value engineering purposes.

e) Reviewing detailed engineering drawings (reinforced concrete and steel) and design documents.

f) Performing Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Soil Structure Interaction Analysis & design (reinforced concrete and steel) using FEA software’s (ANSYS/ STAAD) on complex structures.

g) Direct team members in their work.

h) Reviewing fabrication drawings prepared by external agency.

i) Identifying and resolving site queries and issues.

(As Working Engineer)

a) Developing mathematical models for FE analysis and design.

b) Performing FE analysis using software’s like ANSYS/ STAAD.

c) Developing detailed engineering drawings (RCC and steel).

d) Preparing detailed bar bending schedule for reinforcement drawings.

e) Preparing Bill of Quantities and Cost Estimates.

PROJECTS HANDLED

o Balance of Turbine Island Package (BoTIP), £ 91 Million, From February 2013 to Date – Project Engineer/ Specialist Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy to EPC Contractor M/s Larsen & Toubro Limited for setting up two numbers of 700 MWe type Nuclear Power Plants (RAPP-7 and RAPP-8) for Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) at Rawatbhata, Rajasthan, India. BOTIP includes Turbine building, Condensate Cooling Water Conduits, Access Bridge, Pipe & Cable Bridge, Electrical Bay and Transformer Yard.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Understanding client’s requirements and providing optimal solutions.

 Managing and Leading a team of 12 people and providing them with the required technical guidance.

 Implementing the best practices to ensure highest quality deliverables.

 Timely delivery of INR 0.6 Million worth Civil Deliverables.

o Air Pollution Control (APC) Equipment Project, £ 81 Million, From October 2012 to January 2013 – Specialist Engineer

o Civil Engineering Consultancy to TATA Steel Limited, Jamshedpur, India to upgrade the APC equipments (ESP’s & Bag Filters) in order to keep the overall dust level, at the end of 10 MT expansions, at a level as was prevailing at the 5 MT stage.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Reviewing and approving vendor drawings to meet Indian Standard code provisions.

 Understanding and finalizing space requirements for the proposed structures by making plant visits (brown-field project).

o Design Adequacy Re-evaluation work of Heavy Water Plants at Thal & Hazira, £ 45 Million, From August 2012 to September 2012 – Specialist Engineer

o Pre-bid Services for Heavy Water Board for Re-evaluating Design Adequacy of Heavy Water Plants at Thal & Hazira.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Understanding International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) requirements for re-evaluation works.

 Preparing the Civil proposal and man-hour estimate.

 Attending pre-bid meetings.

 Making preliminary site visits.

Uranyl Nitrate Conversion Facility, £ 7.5 Million, From May 2012 to September 2012 – Project Engineer/ Specialist Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy to EPC Contractor M/s Hindustan Dor Oliver for setting up a facility for converting Uranium nitrate to Uranium oxide for the Heavy Water Board (HWB) at Kalpakkam, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Managing and leading a team of 8 people and providing them with the required technical assistance.

 Timely delivery of INR 6 Million worth Civil Deliverables.

 Negotiating and agreeing to additional work package and associated contractual change worth £ 0.01 Million.

o Balance of Turbine Island Package (BoTIP), £ 92.7 Million, From November 2011 to April 2012 – Senior/ Specialist Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy to EPC Contractor M/s Dodsal Enterprises Private Limited for setting up two numbers of 700 MWe type Nuclear Power Plants (KAPP-3 and KAPP-4) for Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) at Kakrapar, Gujarat, India. BOTIP includes Turbine building, Condensate Cooling Water conduits, Access Bridge and Pipe & Cable Bridge.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Understanding client’s requirements.

 Analysis and design of the Turbo-Generator (TG) foundation and developing the Design Basis Report (DBR) as per IS 456, IS 1893, IS 2974 and vendor requirements.

 Performing heat of hydration calculations for the 4 m thick TG mat

 Developing Floor response spectrum for equipment support qualification at TG deck level.

o Indian School of Business Campus, £ 24 Million, From November 2010 to October 2011 – Senior/ Site Engineer

o Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy to the Indian School of Business for their new 70 acre campus at Mohali, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Developing the retrofitting methodology and detailed drawings for some of distressed beams to satisfy IS 456 and IS 1893 code requirements.

 Reviewing the retrofitting works at site to ensure that the design intent of the retrofitting is correctly incorporated into the works.

 Resolving site queries.

 Facilitating third-party review of the retrofitting works.

o Alpha Waste Transit Storage Facility, £ 9 Million, From July 2010 to October 2010 – Project Engineer/ Specialist Engineer

o Civil Engineering Consultancy to Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to set up a facility for storing Radioactive Alpha waste packages at Trombay, Tarapur & Kalpakkam, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Understanding client’s requirements.

 Managing and leading a team of 5 people.

 Developing the architectural and structural layout for the facility as per Atomic Energy (Factories) Rules Book.

 Reviewing the analysis and design of the structures and developing the conceptual DBRs as per ACI 349 and ASCE 4-98 code provisions.

o Fast Reactor Fuel Cycle Facility, £ 326 Million, From August 2009 to December 2011 – Senior Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy to the Indira Gandhi Centre of Atomic Research (IGCAR) to set up an integrated fuel cycle facility proposed to cater to the reload fuel requirement of PFBR at Kalpakkam, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Developing the structural General Arrangement drawings and Architectural layout drawings for a 102.25 m x 43.60 m x 51.7 m structure as per Atomic Energy (Factories) Rules Book

 Preparing DBRs, performing analysis & design and developing FEED’s as per AERB code provisions.

 Training and mentoring junior engineers in commercial software’s like STAAD and ANSYS as a part of on-job training.

o Vitrified Waste Storage Facility, £ 12 Million, From July 2009 to October 2011 – Project Engineer/ Senior Engineer

o Civil Engineering Consultancy to Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to set up a facility for providing retrievable engineered storage for vitrified high level radioactive waste at Kalpakkam, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Understanding client’s requirements.

 Managing and leading a team of 7 people.

 Designing and developing detailed engineering solution for a 100m tall RC stack as per ACI 307 code stipulations using ANSYS V11 software.

 Qualifying the thermal vaults storing the vitrified waste for three different supporting arrangements.

 Updating in-house application TATACADs – Software for design of RC beams, columns, walls, slabs and footings using ACI 349 code provisions, considering revision of ACI 349 code from 1985 to 2006.

 Negotiating and agreeing for an extension of the contract period and associated price escalation.

 Preparing and delivering a technical presentation on the RCC Stack design report to the BARC Working Group for obtaining their clearance.

o Al Udeid Relocation Package – Phase 1, £ 26 Million, From April 2009 to May 2009 – Project Engineer

o Civil Engineering Consultancy to Voltas Limited for the Hardened Aircraft Shelters at Doha, Qatar.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Designing and detailing blast resistant louvers as per BS-5950 and AISC-LFRD requirements.

o TATA Consulting Engineers (TCE) Limited Office Building, £ 7 Million, From August 2008 to May 2009 – Senior Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy for TCE’s Office Building at Jamshedpur, India; a basement + ground + 8 storey structure constructed using steel to house 600 people.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Structural qualification of the building as per IS 800 code requirements using STAAD Pro software.

 Preparing the structural steel design drawings and checking the steel fabrication drawings.

o Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor, £ 679 Million, From August 2006 to June 2008 – Working Engineer

o Engineering Consultancy to the Indira Gandhi Centre of Atomic Research (IGCAR) for the setting up a 500 MW Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) at Kalpakkam, India.

o Key Responsibilities Areas:

 Seismic re-qualification of a portion of Steam Generator Building for getting AERB clearance.

 Analysis and Design of a 25 m tall Steel Chimney as per IS 6533 requirements.

 Analysis and Design of 35 m span steel Roof Truss as per AERB/SS/CSE-2 Code provisions.

QUALIFICATIONS

BE – Civil Engineering, Rizvi College of Engineering, Mumbai University, May 2004

ME (Civil) – Structural Engineering, Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai University, July 2006

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

1) Member: Institution of Engineering and Technology – UK (MIET)

2) Associate Member: Institution of Engineers – India (AMIE)

3) Associate Member: Indian Association of Structural Engineers (AMIASE)

4) Member: Project Management Institute – USA

5) Graduate Member: Institution of Civil Engineers – UK (gMICE)

HONORS

1) Professor Jehangir C. Shroff Gold Medal, Mumbai University, 2006-07

2) Eric & Lucy Mascarenhas Memorial Prize, Mumbai University, 2006-07

3) Shri. G. A. Kamtekar Prize, Mumbai University, 2006-07

4) Certificate of Merit, Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai University, 2006-07

ACHIEVEMENTS

1) Recognized as Consistently Excellent Performer during 2012-13 appraisal cycle

PUBLICATIONS

1) Study of Large Openings in RC Stack, SMiRT-21, Nov-2011, New Delhi

2) Seismic Analysis and Design of a Typical Vitrified Waste Storage Vault, SMiRT-21, Nov-2011, New Delhi

3) Influence of Geotechnical Parameters in Design of Nuclear Safety Related Structures, SMiRT-21, Nov-2011, New Delhi

WORKSHOPS/ SEMINARS ATTENDED

1) Seminar on Nanotechnology – Opportunities and Implications, by Virginia Tech – USA, Mumbai, Oct ‘08

2) Seminar on Biology meets Engineering, by Virginia Tech – USA, Mumbai, Mar ‘09

3) Professional Development Course on Structural Audit and Rehabilitation of Buildings, by Technoesis Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, Mar ‘10

4) Workshop on Advanced Techniques in Non-destructive Testing of Concrete, by Avantech India Consortium Ltd., New Delhi, Feb ‘12

5) Lecture on Advance Course on Steel Design to IS:800-2007, by INSDAG, & CEAI – Western Region Centre, Mumbai, Jun ‘12

6) Building Information Modeling – India Summit, by IQPC, Mumbai, Nov ‘12

7) Seminar on Concrete Futures, by FIB, Mumbai, Jan ‘13

CERTIFICATIONS

1) 35 Credit hours PMI certified course on PMP, Nov-Dec ‘12

2) Training program on Customer Focus by TATA Management Training Centre, Feb ‘12

COMPUTER SKILLS

1) Computer Languages: C, FORTRAN, Visual Basic, ANSYS-APDL

2) Operating systems: DOS, Win9x/XP

3) Project Management Tools: Microsoft Office 2000/XP/2003/2007, MS Project, Projectwise

4) CAD / Design Packages: ANSYS, STAAD, MathCAD, AutoCAD