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Project Manager, Engineer, Professional Engineer

Location:
Wilmington, North Carolina, 28409, United States
Posted:
February 15, 2018

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JUSTIN G. MARSH, P.E.

910-***-**** • ac4hly@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY

An energetic technical leader in the power industry with experience in oil, gas, and nuclear power design engineering, construction management, and project management. He has 13+ years of prior power project experience in challenging roles at diverse locations including shipboard plant operations and on-site construction experience for power plants. EDUCATION

MBA, Engineering Management Concentration, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, May 2015 B.S. Systems Engineering, Minor in Mathematics, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Cum Laude, May 2011 CERTIFICATION

Licensed Professional Engineer in North Carolina: License 043842 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Facilities Engineer – U.S. Antarctic Program – South Pole Station October 2017 – January 2018

Operated and maintained the Amundsen – Scott South Pole Station on location in Antarctica.

Responsible for power generation, water supply, waste water, and digital control systems aboard this station. Senior Project Manager, Intertek AIM, Charlotte, NC April 2016 – April 2017 Started an office for Charlotte, NC from concept to a staff of two technicians, one professional engineer (myself), and a senior metallurgist.

Grew from zero revenue to a projected revenue of $1.1M in 2017.

Led five fossil fuel boiler inspection projects throughout North America and the Caribbean as a Senior Project Manager.

Initiated strategic effort to gain new business clients in the Carolinas region. Senior Technical Specialist – AMEC Foster Wheeler – Charlotte, NC June 2015 – March 2016 Project Manager for Duke Energy in the Project Planning and Initiation – Coal Combustion Products group

Initiated projects for eight active and former coal combustion sites in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky.

Initiated over fifty projects using vendor engineering design to include estimated cost, schedule, and scope of work for project execution.

Created estimates for project cost for staffing and construction for each project. Mechanical Engineer – CB&I – Multiple Locations in the Southeast June 2010 – June 2015 Responsible for systems design engineering for the “first of a kind” AP1000 nuclear power plants. Responsibilities included detailed engineering design, project management, contracting and bidding for construction, and construction management. Vogtle Units 3 & 4 – Waynesboro, GA

Managed approximately twenty people in a matrix organization for two major subcontracts worth an estimated $50M. o Raw Water Supply & Wasterwater System Piping Installation o River Water Intake Structure Construction

Completed engineering design for the Raw Water and Wastewater Systems, including P&IDs, isometrics, calculations, and other mechanical deliverables.

V.C. Summer Units 2 & 3 – Columbia, SC

Managed reporting for piping deliverables and piping design changes for all AP1000 construction sites.

Managed procurement activities for inline piping components supporting construction activities at V.C. Summer. Home Office - Charlotte, NC

Completed mechanical engineering design for the Hot Water Heating and Central Chilled Water Systems in Domestic AP1000 Power Plants.

Presented final design presentations to CB&I’s clients in the AP1000 Owners’ Group. Machinist’s Mate – U.S. Navy

USS Dwight D. Eisenhower August 2001 – 2007

Work Center Supervisor – Reactor Auxiliaries Division

Responsible for the maintenance, training, and operations for two work centers including four emergency diesel generators and reactor fill system.

Directly responsible for training and supervising 18 sailors assigned to this division.

Led the division through an Operational Readiness Examination (ORSE) with an excellent rating.

Qualified as a nuclear propulsion plant operator through the nuclear program. VOLUNTEER SERVICE

UNC Charlotte Alumni Advisory Board December 2015 - Present

Ideation for alumni involvement with the University including named scholarships from potential donors and assisting leadership development for current engineering students. Board Member – North Carolina Public Access Foundation October 2009 – Present

Project Manager for the Adopt-A-Ramp Program. Personally, developed this program with the North Carolina Wildlife Commission to allow private organizations to formally adopt boating access areas across the state.

Eleven boat ramps were adopted in 2010 and currently over 20% of all boating access areas are adopted by private groups.

NCPAF received a commendation from the Division Chief from the NCWRC in 2014 for this effort. American Nuclear Society April 2013 -2014

Executive Board member for the Savannah River Section of the American Nuclear Society.

Increased membership by 5% in ANS in this section while serving as the membership chair. American Society for Engineering Management June 2011 – Sept 2013

Southeast Regional Director

Developed local student and professional chapters in the southeastern region for ASEM.

Created a scholarship fund at UNC Charlotte for Systems Engineering & Engineering Management students funded by staff at the U.S. Department of Energy.

HONORS

Professional

ASEM Meritorious Service Award

Meritorious Promotion at CB&I

Duke Energy EPIC Student Fellowship at UNC Charlotte

Multiple merit based scholarships while completing my engineering degree Military

Navy Achievement Medal

Fleet Letter of Commendation



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