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Welding Engineer

Location:
Lexington, South Carolina, United States
Posted:
February 13, 2018

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Rodney Kinlaw

QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER

** ***** ****

Lexington, SC

803-***-****

ac4gf4@r.postjobfree.com

AWS CWI # 08060221 Expires 06/01/2020

AWS CWE

ASNT ACCP Level II VT #149729

NDT / NDE Level II VT, PT, & MT

MECHANICAL Level II

CIVIL LEVEL II

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Ja nuary 2017 to March 2017

Mechanical Piping Supervisor

JESCO Mechanical Inc. - Ridgeville, SC

● Responsible for construction field installation activities with an emphasis on labor productivity, quality and timely installations, and employee morale. This requires close coordination with project and division managers. Responsible for jobsite safety. Installation of air handlers, boilers,chillers,pumps, check valves,strainers, piping,carbon,copper,and vitallic.

● I supervise a total of 1 to 5 employees in the Construction.Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these unit's.

● I am responsible for JSA HAZARDS and communicating to the craft employees. Discuss every task with craft before assigning the task.

● I am responsible for ordering materials for the job and to expedit to the job and employees and to keep on site so craft employees stay productive so there is no down time.

● I am responsible for keeping employees time and address any tardiness, late attendances,and continue early leave of job duties. January 2017 to March 2017

Mechanical Piping Supervisor

Hardy Mechanical - West Columbia, SC

● Responsible for construction field installation activities with an emphasis on labor productivity, quality and timely installations, and employee morale. This requires close coordination with project and division managers. Responsible for jobsite safety. Installation of air handlers, boilers,chillers,pumps, check valves,strainers, piping,carbon,copper,and vitallic.

● I supervise a total of 1 to 5 employees in the Construction.Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these unit's.

● I am responsible for JSA HAZARDS and communicating to the craft employees. Discuss every task with craft before assigning the task.

● I am responsible for ordering materials for the job and to expedit to the job and employees and to keep on site so craft employees stay productive so there is no down time.

● I am responsible for keeping employees time and address any tardiness, late attendances,and continue early leave of job duties. October 2016 to December 2016

Construction Support Specialist III / Welding Planner Fluor Corporation. - Waynesboro, GA

Southern Company Plant Vogtle Units 3 & 4

● MY position was primarily responsible for developing the weld maps sketches that direct the construction workforce to produce welds per design drawings in a Code quality system,CodeMan Software,and Innovating Planning System for tracking work schedules,piping material,and location of work packages. Reviewed,and studied project specifications, procedures, and relevant portions of the Contract, Codes, and Specifications, as well welding symbols,nondestructive testing processes and methods, Welding processes, i.e.SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW.

● The Code Quality System Code Man consisted of documenting welds on ISO drawings to the applicable codes ASME Section III,B31.1,AWS D1.1,D1.6, and D1.9

● Responsible for adhering to and promoting safe work environment

● Achieve successful completion of assigned work responsibilities on time, within budget, schedules, and contract requirements. Interfaced with other disciplines scope of work to resolve interferences.

● Responsible for construction field installation activities with an emphasis on labor productivity, quality and timely installations, and employee morale. This requires close coordination with project and division managers. Responsible for jobsite safety. Installation of air handlers, boilers,chillers,pumps, check valves,strainers, piping,carbon,copper,and vitallic.

● I supervise a total of 1 to 5 employees in the Construction.Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these unit's.

● I am responsible for JSA HAZARDS and communicating to the craft employees. Discuss every task with craft before assigning the task.

● I am responsible for ordering materials for the job and to expedit to the job and employees and to keep on site so craft employees stay productive so there is no down time.

● I am responsible for keeping employees time and address any tardiness, late attendances,and continue early leave of job duties.

● Conducting Independent QA Surveillance of Clients Fabrication CIVES STEEL located in Thomasville,GA. Reviewing Procedures,QA Manuals,Welder Certifications,Welders Continuity Log,and Material Storage L evel in accordance t o NQA-1 requirements May 2016 to July 2016

Project Engineer / Welding Planner CFS

Carolina Energy Solutions / Westinghouse Rock Hill, SC

● RCL Piping Narrow Groove Welding to Steam Generators to Reactor Vessels Hot & Cold Legs.

● Short term Contract to review Contract Documents, Design Drawings, Work Packages, and Rebuild Packages, and Revise per ECN, through NCR'S, CAP, and any contractual deficiencies for the RCL Piping and Steam Generators Hot & Cold Leg Welds. Identifying any deficiencies in contract documents by reviewing SCE&G, Carolina Energy Westinghouse's; QAP, QCP, PQR, WPS, and WPQ. Reviewing subcontractors Inspection QA/QC Manual, NDE/NDT, personnel qualifications, inspection procedures, for each NDE/NDT technique, filler material control, material storage control, and Procurement from vendor suppliers in reviewing to meet NQA-1 requirements; project contract documents to meet code requirements for making these critical welds during the installation of Steam Generators to Reactor Vessel at SCE&G VC Summer Nuclear Units 2 & 3.

January 2016 to March 2016

Quality Control Welding Inspector

Day & Zimmermann - Southport, NC

● Performs piping inspections as required with established procedures

● Coordinates relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities

● Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation

● Must be capable of providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Level personnel

● Evaluate and report inspection and test results

QC Welding/Mechanical Inspector

System One - Jenkinsville, SC

September 2015 to November 2015

1. Performed piping inspections as required with established procedures 2. Coordinated relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities.

3. Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification.

4. Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation. Providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Lower Level inspection personnel.

5. Evaluate and report inspection and test results. May 2010 to July 2015

QC Welding / Mechanical Inspector SWPF Project DOE SRS SITE International Quality Consultant/SRS DOE- Aiken, SC

● Performs piping inspections as required with established procedures.

● Coordinated relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities

● Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation Must be capable of providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Lower Level personnel.

● Evaluate and report inspection and test results. November 2009 to May 2010

QA/QC Welding/Mechanical Inspector

Duke Energy Catawba Nuclear Plant Capital Project” Day & Zimmermann - York, SC

● Performs piping inspections as required with established procedures

● Coordinated relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities

● Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification

● Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation Must be capable of providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Lower Level personnel.

● Evaluate and report inspection and test results. October 2009 to December 2009

QA/QC Welding Inspector

Day & Zimmermann / Duke Energy Mcguire Nuclear Station Huntersville, NC

● Performs piping inspections as required with established procedures

● Coordinated relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities

● Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation Must be capable of providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Lower Level personnel.

● Evaluate and report inspection and test results. August 2009 to October 2009

QA/QC Welding Inspector.

“Oconee Nuclear Plant Outage”

Day & Zimmermann - Seneca, SC

● Performs piping inspections as required with established procedures.

● Coordinates relevant NDT testing with subcontractors based on schedule/priorities

● Inspections and tests include mechanical, dimensional, document review, receipt, visual, radiographic, magnetic particle, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic, leak testing and material verification Operation, setup, calibration and maintenance of associated equipment and instrumentation

● Must be capable of providing oversight and discipline-specific guidance to Lower Level personnel. Evaluate and report inspection and test results March 2009 to August 2009

Quality Control Welding Supervisor

“Boiler Outage”

WACHS TECHNICAL SERVICES,Manatee, FL

● Sr QA Engineer over replacement of 1365 Outlet Reheat tubes resulting in 2730 tube welds.

● Responsibilities of all QA/QC activities.

● Review and address any deficiencies found Projects contracts,subcontractor submittals,NDT qualifications, Procedures,Weld Map,Weld DataSheets,Weld Traveler's, PQR,WPS,and WPQ.

● Reviews and audit materials BOM,Certificate of Heat Numbers CMTR.

● Tested welder's in accordance to ASME Section IX.

● Working in compliance to ASME I, II, III, IV, V, VIII and AWS D1.1, D1.6 Structural Steel Welding Code. Controlling Filler Material.

● Consulting with clients on welding issues.

● Coordinating subcontractors NDT Technicians.

● Review subcontractors NDT QA/QC programs,Technicians Qualifications,NDE MT&E. Welding Process GTAW Manual Welding,and Automatic Orbital Welding Process GTAW Arc Machines 81 head.

● Dissimilar materials used were 2 1 4 Chrome,and 347 Stainless steel. Document and calculated Welder's reject rates. NDE VT, UT Phased Array .

January 2009 - March 2009

WACHS TECHNICAL SERVICES

Power Plant Outage

QC Welding Supervisor

● Replaced Final Superheat Outlet Tubes in planned Outage work.

● Represented WACHS over the welding activities of the replacement of 1,312 Terminal Tubes. This resulted into 2,624 welds to be made.

● Dissimilar materials used were 2 1/4 Chrome T22 and 347 Stainless Steel.

● Tested welder's in accordance to ASME Section IX welding code.

● Maintaining updated WPS, PQR, and WPS.Oversight of all Welding Activities, NDE Subcontractors PT, and MT,Heat Treating Stress Relief, QA/QC Inspectors on days and nights,control of welding material,testing welder's,creating weld process control weld travelers, weld mapping and fillet weld materials.Performed daily surveillance,Inspections,oversight and reported any deficiencies through RFI’s,ECNs,CAR’s, and NCR

● Working in compliance to B31.1 ASME SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, and AWS D1.1.

● I represented WACHS TECHNICAL SERVICES as there Sr.QA Engineer to install 8- 24" Heavy wall Power Piping P91 material.

● My responsibilities were oversight of all Welding Activities, NDE Subcontractors, NDE 100% RT,Heat Treating Stress Relief, QA/QC Inspectors on days and nights,control of welding material,testing welder's,creating weld process control weld travelers, weld mapping and fillet weld materials.

● Performed daily surveillance,Inspections,oversight and reported any deficiencies through RFI’s,ECNs,CAR’s, and NCR .

● Oversight of the following contractors WACHS Technical Services, Analytic Stress, and IRIS NDT. Working in compliance to B.31.1 ASME SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, and AWS D1.1, D1.6.

● Performed all welding task under the Duke Energy Corporate Welding and QA Programs.

● The Service Water Project involved the inspection, evaluation, and repair/replacement/modification of major portion of the station's raw water piping systems.

● Responsible for the project's' compliance with all technical aspects of the welding program. This included developing and issuing welding process control, and providing the necessary field surveillance to ensure compliance.

● Calculated weld size for piping, and structural components, developing weld process control "Weld Tickets" establishing witness hold points, and verification points for QC, ANII, and Weld Tech Support sign-off.

● Performed initial and in-process inspections on all welding activities.

● Established inspection plans, test plans, mock -ups, testing welder is, assigning witness hold points, verification points using software

"Codeman".

● Duke Welding Inspection Services " "DWIS" generated instructions to the craft in the field to be implemented.

● Conducted surveillance of ongoing construction activities.

● Mocked-up welders on heavy wall piping using narrow groove welding application.

● Applicable codes ASME B&P VC Section II, Ill, V, VIII, IX, XI, B31.1, B31.7, B31.3, and AWS D1.1 and D1.6. Implementing NDG Welding Program, Duke ASME Section IX Welding Manual, Welding of QA and Non QA Piping, Valves, and Components.

October 2007 to April 2008

Welding Engineer

MANCOR CAROLINA - Camden, SC

● Developed welding procedures for plant operation in the welding department for manual and robotic welding processes.

● Reviewed welding procedures, welder qualifications, design drawings.

● Welding Procedures developed in compliance with AWS D1.1 2006, AWS D14.3 2005, B2.1 2005 Specification for Welding Procedure and Performance Qualification, AWS 3.0 Standard Welding Symbols, and clients Engineering specifications.

● Analyzed and evaluated welds with Micro-etching and destructive testing. Providing training classes on subjects: Welding Processes, Defects, Continues, reading weld symbols.

● Tested new welder's to D1.1 2006 Structural Steel Welding Code. Launch and lead new projects.

● Performed initial and in-process inspections. Mancor Carolina is an ISO 9001, Tier 1 Supplier TS 16949 Manufacturing parts for John Deere,Volvo,Caterpillar,Mack Truck "Chassis ",and misc.parts. My job function was Site Welding Engineer.

● I was responsible for getting Mancor Carolina Welding Program up to date with crucial attentive areas of Developing Performance Qualification Records "PQR", Welding Specification Records,"WPS",Welder Performance Qualification Records,"WPQR".

I had control of the site welding program and my job was to see that production and First Article of Production was meeting,and in compliance to Mancor Carolina QA/QC Production Policies and Procedures Program, ISO 9001,TS 16949, AWS THE AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY, CATERPILLARS Welding Program requirements.

● Audit Welders Certification to get them current.

● Tested New Hire Welders. Initiate Non Conformances in areas of Deficiency. Implemented SCAR,FSAR, Investigate Root Cause Analysis, and Disposition CAR,Cause,and Method of Effectiveness.

● Inventory of materials,Fillet Weld Material,Heat Treating,Issue of Filler Material, Conducting Audits of shop floor fabrication,Receipt Inspections, Participated with clients on In house Audits and share "Lessons Learned".Implementing 5S,Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma,ISO 9001,TS 14009, and A Safe Conscious Work Environment.

● I also held weekly Training,and held discussion on topics that employees had that wanted to share during non production hours.

● Topics of Welding,Reading Weld Symbols, Robotic Welding Applications, Resistance Welding,Automatic FCAW Process,Plasma ESAB Cutting Applications,Laser Beam

● Welding,GASES in Welding Applications, Safety, Loss of Production,and

"Too much Is Not Always A Good Thing”.

● Schedule maintenance and procurement of all welding equipment.

June 2007 - September 2007

QA Specialist

Shaw Group / Mox Fuel

Department of Energy “DOE”- Aiken, SC

● Quality Control performing Inspections and audits for the Mox Fuel Project at the Department of Energy Savannah River Site. Working in compliance to NQA-1 conditions for construction of a Nuclear Facility.

● Reviewed Subcontractor's Bid Proposals to award contracts. Implementing Non -conformance Reports,

● Inspection Plans, Engineering Correction Reports,

● Dispositions, and Procurement Reports on MTR's.

April 2007 - June 2007

QC Welding Inspector

Carolina Energy Solutions - Wilson, AL

● MY position was primarily responsible for developing the weld maps sketches that direct the construction workforce to produce welds per design drawings in a Code quality system, project specifications, procedures, and relevant portions of the Contract, Codes, and Specifications, as well welding symbols,nondestructive testing processes and methods, Welding processes, i.e.SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW. Responsible for adhering to and promoting safe work practices. Achieve successful completion of assigned work responsibilities on time, within budget, schedules, and contract requirements. Interfaced with other disciplines scope of work to resolve interferences

● Replaced,and Repaired water wall tubes.Tested welders, documenting RT welds reports, creating weld maps for weld traveler for welder and weld tracking.

● Daily reporting to home office QA Manager.

● In control of material reports and filler material control.NDE used while on site VT, and RT.

● Generating weld repair plans and weld traveler's for repairs.

● Working in compliance to ASME SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, & XI, AWS D1.1 and to site specs and procedures.

January 2007 to April 2007

Field Welding Engineer

Allied Technical Resources/Duke Energy

Natasha Nuclear Station York, SC

● MY position was primarily responsible for developing the weld maps sketches that direct the construction workforce to produce welds per design drawings in a Code quality system, project specifications, procedures, and relevant portions of the Contract, Codes, and Specifications, as well welding symbols,nondestructive testing processes and methods, Welding processes, i.e.SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW. Responsible for adhering to and promoting safe work practices. Achieve successful completion of assigned work responsibilities on time, within budget, schedules, and contract requirements. Interfaced with other disciplines scope of work to resolve interferences

● Monitoring quality assurance/quality control activities to determine conformance with corporate policy and procedures.

● Conducting internal audits and surveillance to measure performance; makes appropriate recommendations for corrective actions and improvements as necessary for any non conformance' s. Working in compliance to ASME B31.1, SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, XI, AWS D1.1, D1.6, site specifications, and procedures.

November 2006 to January 2007

Welding Tech Support Coordinator / Field Welding Engineer Carolina Energy Solutions - York, SC

● MY position was primarily responsible for developing the weld maps sketches that direct the construction workforce to produce welds per design drawings in a Code quality system, project specifications, procedures, and relevant portions of the Contract, Codes, and Specifications, as well welding symbols,nondestructive testing processes and methods, Welding processes, i.e.SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW. Responsible for adhering to and promoting safe work practices. Achieve successful completion of assigned work responsibilities on time, within budget, schedules, and contract requirements. Interfaced with other disciplines scope of work to resolve interferences

● Oversight of subcontractors on site and fab shop fabricators,detailed weld mapping.

● Visually inspected welding and generating Daily Reports to manager.

● Conducted inspection surveillance of ongoing construction activities. Working in compliance to ASME SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, & XI, AWS D1.1, D1.6 .

Welding Coordinator/ Field Welding Engineer

Welding Enterprise Inc. - Jenkinsville, SC

October 2006 to November 2006

● MY position was primarily responsible for developing the weld maps sketches that direct the construction workforce to produce welds per design drawings in a Code quality system, project specifications, procedures, and relevant portions of the Contract, Codes, and Specifications, as well welding symbols,nondestructive testing processes and methods, Welding processes, i.e.SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, GMAW. Responsible for adhering to and promoting safe work practices. Achieve successful completion of assigned work responsibilities on time, within budget, schedules, and contract requirements. Interfaced with other disciplines scope of work to resolve interferences

● Monitoring quality assurance/quality control activities to determine conformance with corporate policy and procedures.

● Conducting internal audits and surveillance to measure performance; makes appropriate recommendations for corrective actions and improvements as necessary for any non conformance' s. Working in compliance to ASME B31.1, SECTIONS I, II, III, IV, V, VIII, IX, XI, AWS D1.1, D1.6, site specifications, and procedures.

Department Head Welding Instructor

South Carolina Department of Education Columbia, SC May 2005 to October 2006

● Daily teaching duties include classroom lectures in theory of welding processes, Welding equipment, inspection of students welds, specifications and standards, Lab

● exercises, lesson planning and classroom and shop management, and procurement, report inventory and ordering supplies for curriculum activities.

● Welding Technology Curriculum consisted of; shop and on the job Safety, Reading Blueprints and Welding Symbols, Welding Processes, GTAW, SMAW, GMAW, and FCAW.

● The students goal was to establish a certification being proficient in the welding processes .

● The American Welding Society, and NCCER Welding Certification. Contract inspections-QA/QC Inspector

Carbis - Florence, SC

January 2005 to May 2006

● Developed welding procedures for plant operation in the welding department for manual and robotic welding processes.

● Reviewed welding procedures, welder qualifications, design drawings.

● Welding Procedures developed in compliance with AWS D1.1 2006, AWS D14.3 2005, B2.1 2005 Specification for Welding Procedure and Performance Qualification, AWS 3.0 Standard Welding Symbols, and clients Engineering specifications.

● Analyzed and evaluated welds with Micro-etching and destructive testing. Providing training classes on subjects: Welding Processes, Defects, Continues, reading weld symbols.

● Tested new welder's to D1.1 2006 Structural Steel Welding Code. Launch and lead new projects.

● Performed initial and in-process inspections. Mancor Carolina is an ISO 9001, Tier 1 Supplier TS 16949 Manufacturing parts for John Deere,Volvo,Caterpillar,Mack Truck "Chassis ",and misc.parts. My job function was Site Welding Engineer.

● I was responsible for getting Mancor Carolina Welding Program up to date with crucial attentive areas of Developing Performance Qualification Records "PQR", Welding Specification Records,"WPS",Welder Performance Qualification Records,"WPQR".

I had control of the site welding program and my job was to see that production and First Article of Production was meeting,and in compliance to Mancor Carolina QA/QC Production Policies and Procedures Program, ISO 9001,TS 16949, AWS THE AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY, CATERPILLARS Welding Program requirements.

● Audit Welders Certification to get them current.

● Tested New Hire Welders. Initiate Non Conformances in areas of Deficiency. Implemented SCAR,FSAR, Investigate Root Cause Analysis, and Disposition CAR,Cause,and Method of Effectiveness.

● Inventory of materials,Fillet Weld Material,Heat Treating,Issue of Filler Material, Conducting Audits of shop floor fabrication,Receipt Inspections, Participated with clients on In house Audits and share "Lessons Learned".Implementing 5S,Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma,ISO 9001,TS 14009, and A Safe Conscious Work Environment.

● I also held weekly Training,and held discussion on topics that employees had that wanted to share during non production hours.

● Topics of Welding,Reading Weld Symbols, Robotic Welding Applications, Resistance Welding,Automatic FCAW Process,Plasma ESAB Cutting Applications,Laser Beam

● Welding,GASES in Welding Applications, Safety, Loss of Production,and

"Too much Is Not Always A Good Thing”.

● Schedule maintenance and procurement of all welding e quipment. Maintenance Nuclear Welder II

Duke Energy Catawba

January 2001 to January 2005

● Inspected w elds to sites NGD welding program. Implementation of welding codes.

● Trained welders for limited access position welds to prevent long exposure to radiation.

● Weld Test booth Instructor" that helps improves welding techniques to monitor welder skill level.

● Applicable welding documentation ASME B&P VC, WP S, P Q, WP Q, and Weld Process Control MWP 's.

EDUCATION

AWS CWI and CWE Certification in AWS CWI / CWE Welding Inspector AWS CWI Prep Course Real Education Inc. - Mount Holly, NC January 2007 to February 2007

ASNT Credit PDH in NDT Level I & II MT

Plumstead NDT / NDE TRAINING - Greenville, SC

January 2007 to January 2007

Master's Teaching Certification BK "Welding" in Teaching Adult Higher Education Master Certification

Midland Technical College - Columbia, SC

May 2005 to October 2006

AWS CWI / CWE CERTIFICATION in Welding

American Welding Society - Atlanta, GA

June 2006 to July 2017

CERTIFICATION in ASME Pipe Welding, and AWS Structural Steel Welding Fluor Daniel - Columbia, SC

1997 to 1998

SKILLS

Microsoft Office (10+ years), Welding (10+ years), Procedures (10+ years), NDE / NDT

(10+ years),

CODEMAN (7 years), Management (10+ years), Supervisor (10+ years), Pipe Fitting

(10+ years), Codes

(10+ years), Leadership (10+ years), Certified Welding Inspector (9 years) AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES

AWS CWI

June 2008 to June 2020

AWS CWE

January 2005 to January 2011

ASNT ACCP LEVEL II VT

January 2006 to February 2011

Magnetic Particle-2008

Liquid Penetrant-2008

Civil Level II - 2015

Mechanical Level II - 2015

PQT Plumstead NDT / NDE LEVEL I & II PT

January 2008

Level II Mechanical

October 2015

American Welding Society

January 2006 to Present

American Society of NonDestructive Testing

January 2005 to Present

National Construction Center of Education Research December 2006 to Present

NCCER MASTER WELDING INSTRUCTOR

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