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Victoria, Texas, United States
November 13, 2017

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Allan Day

Address: **** ** ****; Victoria, Texas 77905 Phone: 361-***-**** E-mail: Profile:

A dedicated hard working energetic Senior Mechanical/Structural Designer, Drafter, and Detailer. A driven problem solver with proven results as a highly creative adaptive thinker utilizing innovative solutions to solve ineffective designs and create a reality of things only imagined, but not accomplished. Self-motivated and organized; comfortable working independently with little supervision. A personable valuable team player communicating well with people of diverse backgrounds and levels of authority. Capable to amicably coach and train subordinates to work as a unified cohesive team achieving productive and accurate results with proven Supervisory skills. A “hands on” work ethic not afraid to get my hands dirty, doing whatever it takes to get the job done.

MECHANICAL DESIGN Hydraulic or motor powered gear driven machinery

ASME PRESSURE VESSEL DESIGN Hyperbaric chambers, Diving chambers, and skid units

SHEETMETAL FORMING DESIGN Bent corrugated and flat pattern layout for parts

PROCUREMENT & INSPECTION Purchase buy-out items & inspect items when delivered

SUPERVISION OF DRAFTING STAFF Groups as large as 16 Designers, and Drafters. Working knowledge of ANSI 14.5 drafting standards, Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, ANSI, ASME, API, DNV, ABS, AISC, IBC, OSHA, & GSA specifications. Education:

1978-1980 Texas Tech University Architecture major 2016 Georgia Tech University completed 5 engineering statics, dynamics, and mechanics courses online. Software used:

Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, AutoCAD Release 9-2016, Plant 3D 2012-2016, Microstation SE, Microstation v8i, Faro Scene, Kubit, Inventor 6-2016, SolidWorks 99-2014, Pro/E Wildfire 2.0-5.0, Creo 2.0, Revit Structure, Navisworks, Vault, and Windchill Project Data Management tools.


2014-10/2016 Testengeer, Inc. Port Lavaca, TX 77979 Position: Civil/Structural Designer Supervisor: Matt Massie Cost saving engineering man hours, site visits and field measuring by Laser Scanning a 6 story structure and 2 block of an industrial complex, and completing a 3D model of the existing site from the point cloud data for company personnel to design piping and vessel placement for a new activator unit. Detail design of an 8 story steel structural building to house equipment, and vessels for the process upgrade including supports and racks for the process piping and instrumentation. Allan Day

Address: 8647 FM 1686; Victoria, Texas 77905 Phone: 361-***-**** E-mail: Equipment & Software used: AutoCAD, AutoCAD Structural Detailing, Revit Structure, Navisworks, and Autodesk Plant 3D. Experienced in laser scanning and point cloud modeling using a Focus 3D X330 scanner, Faro Scene software for registering scans, and Kubit software for modeling, Experienced in using a Nikon total station survey equipment.

2011-2014 BHP Engineering & Construction LP, Corpus Christi, TX 78408 361-***-**** Position: Civil/Structural Designer Supervisor: Jeff Longino Specializing in 3D cad modeling of laser scans of industrial sites and oil production platforms using AutoCAD and Autodesk Plant 3D software, completed redistribution of piping throughout an oil production FPSO offshore of Lagos, Nigeria, Africa. Collaborated with engineering in updating an entire industrial complex for the proper wastewater treatment of hydrocarbon oils and chemicals to comply with Governmental and Texas EPA standards. Contracted out to FMC Corp. designing and model Meter and Prover skid units for oil distribution plants using Inventor 2012 and Vault 2012 software. Software & Equipment used: AutoCAD 2011-2015, Autodesk Plant 3D 2011-2015, Inventor 2012, Vault 2012, Faro Scene, Kubit 2012-2015, Microsoft Office, Faro Focus 3D laser scanner, and a Sokkia Total Station.

2010-2011 Horton Automatics, Corpus Christi, TX 78408 361-***-**** Position: Senior Designer Supervisor: Bryan Bailey Designed automated slide doors for ICU Units in hospitals, and Transit slide doors for subways, airports, and train stations worldwide. Worked on R&D for a new gearbox design on automated revolving doors. 3D Modeled pc board and components for factory assembly of control modules for the automated door systems. Software used AutoCAD 2007, SolidWorks 2008, and Ashler Vellum. 2008-2009 MechAssociates LLC, Port Lavaca, TX 77979 361-***-**** Position: Design Manager Supervisor: Dale Goynes

Collaborated with engineering on designs of offshore oil production machinery and ASME pressure vessels. Management of design and drafting department. Accomplished and built designs of BOP jacking cylinder assembly for TRANSOCEAN’s Celtic Sea rig. A rotating and extending maintenance work platform boom for ROWAN’s Gorilla class fleet of jackup rigs. Two flareboom swing drives, a casing handling system, a BOP trolley, several overspeed braking systems on winch drums, and three electronically controlled hydraulic power units improving the safely in operating the riser elevator and skate drive mechanism on several of TRANSOCEAN’s fleet rigs, and vessels. Responsible for designing drawings for the crating of equipment, associated container packaging lists, container loading diagrams, and bills of lading for transportation and export. Designed equipment to test a nondestructive stress analysis pull test results on the BOP trolley weldment which exceeded the specified 180,000 lbs test by a minimum of 10,000 lbs. for the entire required 5 minute duration. Software used: Pro/Engineer Wildfire 3.0 & 4.0, Windchill, AutoCAD 2005, and Microsoft Office. Allan Day

Address: 8647 FM 1686; Victoria, Texas 77905 Phone: 361-***-**** E-mail: 2006-2008 Drummond Company Jasper, AL 35502 205-***-**** Position: Senior Designer Supervisor: David Griffin Developed mine site layouts of conveyor equipment updating and redesigning conveyor equipment such as drive towers, apron feeders, and crushers. Designed complete construction drawings with building estimates for three tool sheds built between four existing generator buildings. A 26,000 sq. ft. supply and equipment warehouse to be built at port. A machine shop and maintenance facility with 3 bridge cranes. A 1200 sq. ft. addition to the existing engineering office and an international airport terminal building per US TSA and Colombian DAS guidelines and approvals. Capable of reading and translating drawings in Spanish and German. Software & Equipment used: AutoCAD 2005-2007 2005-2006 MechAssociates, LLC Port Lavaca, TX 77979 361-***-**** Position: Design Lead Supervisor: Dale Goynes

Assisted in the development of conceptual designs of two man lift devices to be attached to the rig structure; one for access over the moon pool area of a drill ship or jackup rig, and the other to ride up the outside of the derrick for access to any level inside the of the derrick’s structure. Designed replacement windows with frames for hurricane damaged glass on rig cranes and structures. Developed a model of a diving bell and 10,000 ft. Saturation Diving System for stress analysis by the engineer using Abacus software. Estimated prospective job bids including materials and man hours coordinated with Sales, Engineering, and Manufacturing departments. Wrote up purchase requisitions for specialized materials and parts, inspected parts when received for correct part numbers, material grade, port size and type. Notable work includes a pelican hook used in mooring Transocean’s Deep Water Horizon was published on the cover of OFFSHORE magazine in 2005. Software & Equipment used: Pro/Engineer Wildfire 2.0 & 3.0, Windchill, AutoCAD 2005, and Microsoft Office.

2003-2005 Gulf Marine Fabricators Aransas Pass, TX 78336 361-***-**** Position: Senior Loftsman Supervisor: Wayne La Nasa Prepare detailed drawings for the manufacture of piece parts of offshore oil production platform rigs. Lofted the main deck, production deck, and cellar deck of BP’s Matterhorn, Conoco’s Magnolia, Kerr McGee’s Red Hawk, Angostura, and Chevron’s Benguela Belize tower. Checked other loftsman’s work for accuracy and adherence to company and standard drafting practices. Create shipping drawings designing structural steel sea fastening tie downs to barges for transportation through the ship channel and into the Gulf of Mexico. Awarded for work on the design of strakes on the Red Hawk cell spar and by aiding manufacturing with a jig to bend plates for strakes. Part time supervisor for the lofting department when the Lofting Supervisor and his Assistant Supervisor where away in meetings, on vacation or on weekend during extended hours.

Software & Equipment used: AutoCAD 2002-2005, Inventor 6, Vault, SolidWorks, Plate cutting and nesting software, Pipe and beam cutting CNC software. Allan Day

Address: 8647 FM 1686; Victoria, Texas 77905 Phone: 361-***-**** E-mail: 2000-2003 Victoria Machine Works P.O.Box 1939 Victoria, TX 77902 Position: Senior Designer Supervisor: Ronnie Robinson Solved problems in making a rotating welding head to fit in a clamping and holding head to fuse coiled pipe sections together on Saipam’s Deep Blue J-Lay ship. Instrumental in design and hydraulic piping layout of the jacking beam for the J-Lay tower frame, trolley clamp and other miscellaneous hydraulic holding clamps on the vessel. Pressure Vessel design of hyperbaric chambers for medical use, a 10,000 ft. Saturation Diving System, and a vessel to test submarine antennae for the U.S. Navy. Software & Equipment used: AutoCAD 2000-2002, Inventor 5, SolidWorks 99-2001+, and Microsoft Office.

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