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Engineer Design

Richmond, Virginia, United States
February 03, 2018

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Bradley C. Schultz, FE

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Carrollton, VA 23314

Home Phone: 757-***-****

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Career Objective:

Project Engineer or a Senior Engineering Technician within Huntington Ingalls Industries or SUPSHIP involving drawing development or modifications of HVAC and refrigeration systems. My career experience involves HVAC and other auxiliary piping systems aboard U.S. Navy ships as shown.

Qualifications: Security Clearance Level: DOD Confidential

Producing top quality work using various HVAC programs, MS Word, MS Excel and

AutoCAD versions 2010 to 2016. Familiar with 3-D Ship Constructor using AutoCAD.

1)Twenty years experience at CDI Marine, LLC creating and checking new working drawings for contracts awarded by Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) for Codes 262 and Code 267. This experience has achieved an expert knowledge of the General Specifications for Overhaul of Surface Ships (GSO) chapters 072, 505, 509, 512, 521, 528, 532, 551, 555, 635 & 644. Experience is in HVAC and auxiliary piping systems.

2)Eighteen months experience at ECI Engineering and Sverdrup, Inc. proposing various engineering projects for various buildings for Christopher Newport University and NASA Langley in Hampton, VA., respectively.

3)Awarded the status of EIT after successfully completing the EIT exam (FE) in October 1989 at Old Dominion University.

4)Six years’ experience at NNS (HII) engineering and proposing numerous high velocity ventilation duct systems, duct modifications and cost proposals that were submitted to NAVSEA for approval. Daily responsibilities required heat load, pressure drop and noise calculations.


1984-1987 Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) from Michigan State University

1981-1984 Two year associate work in field of Engineering at C.S. Mott Community College, Flint MI

1981 High School Diploma, Davison High School, Davison MI


April 2002

To Present Senior Engineering Technician at CDI Marine Company LLC, Portsmouth VA

Supervisor: Jerry Coats Current Salary: $56,118.00/year

1)April 2017 to Present, supported CDI Portsmouth office delivering contract work for Bath Iron Works (BIW) in Bath Maine

2)May 2015 to April 2017, supporting Code 262 at NNSY, checking contractor

submitted drawings, prior to plan review due dates. Each drawing submittal was required to be ISID compliant and meeting the necessary requirements of the 2016 General Specifications for Overhaul (GSO).

3)January 2015 to April 2015, worked LHD 2 ship check sketches for SCD 12042, and submitted ISID compliant AutoCAD drawings to NNSY from office at CDI Marine.

4)December 2014, supported Code 262 in San Diego, CA, ship checking the chilled water piping system, aboard the USS Essex (LHD 2) for SCD 12042.

5)September 2013 to November 2014, supported Military Sealift Command (MSC) refurbishing USNS Guam. This work required a new gray water vacuum plumbing storage tank system complete with overboard discharge and shore connection. System required pumps to be sized to support pressure loss requirements and controlled by direct digital control (DDC) logic.

6)April 2009 to August 2013, supported Code 267 at NNSY (Building 32) working ISID compliant AutoCAD drawings for Fuel Compensation System (SCD 3263) aboard USS Essex (LHD 2) & USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). Other various SCD’s were incorporated as well during this time that included JP-5 piping, fire main piping nitrogen piping and steam piping modifications.

7)October 2005 to March 2007, supported Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), by working new construction piping drawings for the Island-House of USS America (LHA 6). Systems included Fire main piping, Chilled Water piping, Aqueous Fire Forming Foam (AFFF), Potable water and Plumbing Drain piping.

8)June 2005 to September 2005, Worked CDI contract for Gibbs & Cox in Hampton, Virginia. Learned valuable knowledge of 3-D Ship Constructor using AutoCAD and the Littoral Combat Class (LCS). Responsibilities included checking 3-D cad drawings in support LCS auxiliary piping systems.

CDI Marine Company received a five year contract in October, 2000 from NNSY. Highlights below include:

9)April 2002 to March 2005, supported Code 267 with SWLIN 53711-A33 & SWLIN 53711-A35 steam piping modifications. This support involved swapping out copper steam piping with new Copper Nickel (CNA) aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) & USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75). Additional work included other various ship alterations for Aircraft Carriers pertaining to a five year contract with NNSY.

January 2001

To March 2002 Mechanical Design Engineer at Sverdrup, Inc. Hampton VA (currently Jacobs

Technology Inc., Hampton VA)

1.Reworked various buildings at NASA Langley in Hampton Virginia. Job requirements included cost estimation for refurbished mechanical systems along with proposed architectural drawing submittals. Review of the mechanical systems included heat load and pressure loss calculations for various types of heat exchangers and Variable Air Volume (VAV) air conditioning systems

2.Obtained valuable plumbing experience by learning the 2000 International Plumbing Code.

October 1995 To

November 2000 Senior Engineering Technician at CDI Marine Company, Portsmouth VA.

Company received a five year contract in October, 1995 from NNSY.

Highlights include:

1)September 1999 to November 2000, worked in delivering Selected Records for the USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67).

2)September 1997 to August 1999, Supported Code 262 in upgrading A/C Chilled Water Mains to 8 inch NPS located on second deck and 03 Levels for CVN 71 &

CVN 73.

April 1994 To

November 1994 Mechanical Design Engineer at ECI Engineers P.C., Newport News VA

(business is closed w/no additional information found)

1)Responsibilities included verification of shop drawings in accordance with contract specifications and design of variable air volume (VAV) ventilation systems for institutional projects.

2)Obtained valuable knowledge of Carrier HAP30 and Carrier Duct Design programs.

July 1987 To

April 1994 Level 2 HVAC Engineer at Newport News Shipbuilding (HII), Newport News VA

1)Promoted from Level 1 Engineer in July 1989.

2)Worked closely with NAVSEA and participated in delivering CVN 72 through CVN 75.

3)Daily responsibilities included heat load calculations and pressure loss calculations.

4)Work closely with NAVSEA to provide a technical baseline in support of CVN 76.

5)Effectively presented a crew training lecture on machinery space ventilation for officers and crew aboard CVN 73.

6)Maintained two computer programs and made modifications to improve efficiency and reduce cost.

7)Became a valuable communication link and inter-office correspondence between HVAC group and Electrical, Computer and Noise departments.

8)Answered all ventilation noise problems while in New Carrier Construction.

References provided upon request

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