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Engineer Mechanical

Canton, Michigan, United States
March 09, 2018

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Engineer-In-Training (EIT)

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Canton, MI 48187

(703) ***-****, Residence


Designed HVAC and sprinkler modifications for facility space

renovation projects.

Performed load calculations, sized and selected mechanical

equipment for facility improvement projects.

Wrote technical specifications for capital improvement projects.

Prepared cost estimates from RS Means data for mechanical

engineering projects.

Developed Sequence of Operations for mechanical system

designs and worked with automation team to program into

Modicon PLCs.

Managed projects from inception, design, construction and

final close-out.

Familiar with NFPA 13, Life Safety Code 101, NEC Article 645,

SMACNA Seismic Hazard Level C and International Building

Code compliance.

Developed computer skills including AutoCAD Release 2013, MS

Word 2016, MS Outlook 2016, MS Excel 2010 and Trane Equipment

Selector software.


2015 to 2016 Talascend


HVAC Engineer 01

Worked as a Bechtel contract engineer on a Department of Energy contract writing specifications for preheaters, HEPA filters and exhausters for a vessel vent system to serve a radioactive waste treatment plant in Hanford, Washington. Reviewed reference specifications such as material standards, welding standards, test standards and export control standards to determine if they should be included in the overall specification.

2015 Fairfax County Office of Land Development Services

Fairfax, Virginia

Engineer II

Resume of David Holmes: Page 2

Determined occupancy classifications of submitted plumbing plans and reviewed for code compliance in accordance with the 2012 Virginia Plumbing Code, 2012 Virginia Fuel Gas Code and ICC/ANSI 117.1-2003 standards. Noted deficiencies to the applicant and upon receiving corrected plans- stamped corrected plans for permit.

2013 to 2014 Alfonso and Associates Consulting Incorporated

Washington DC

Senior Project Engineer

Worked at GSA’s Heating Operations and Transmission Division

Providing Statement of Works and AutoCAD- 2013 drawings.

2005 to 2010 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Washington DC

General Airport Engineer

Worked at Ronald Regan National Airport in the Engineering and

Maintenance Department providing mechanical engineering

support for interior renovations to existing structures.

Sized an emergency 150 HP medium pressure steam boiler

and determined tie-in points to the existing piping.

Reviewed and commented on the successive submissions

of a computer room upgrade to develop issue for construction drawings and specifications.

1996 to 2004 Lockheed Martin Technical Operations, Inc.

Springfield, Virginia

Mechanical Engineer Senior

Worked at a classified site providing mechanical engineering design support for internal modifications to buildings and associated systems. Provided designs for the installation of new equipment and the improvement of plant operations.

Acted as the site technical advisor for the installation of a 1.5 million gallon water tank and a 300,000-gallon fuel farm for site’s Seven Day Survivability Program.

Sized nine computer room air handling units- five 45-ton cooling only and four 40-ton completely packaged units including take-off piping and Griswold valves for a

12,000 square foot data center.

Wrote the “Statement of Work” and “Government Cost Estimate” for refurbishment projects including four 937.5 ton cooling towers, a 7.5-ton rooftop heat pump and a 4,800 MBTUH low-pressure steam water tube boiler.

1989 to 1994 Boeing Computer Services

Vienna, Virginia

Environmental, Health and Safety Engineer

Acted as site focal point for EPA, OSHA and local fire code regulations and ordinances.

Kept records including Safety Data Sheets, Hazard Waste

Manifests, Tier II Reporting and Air Quality Emissions.

Resume of David Holmes: Page 3

Upgraded two 20,000 gallon steel underground storage

tanks to STIP-3 requirements including leak detection,

cathodic protection and overspill prevention.

Led the successful soil remediation of a diesel fuel spill to

the satisfaction of the state.

1988 to 1989 United States Patent and Trademark Office

Crystal City, Virginia

United States Patent Examiner

Researched patent applications for patentable subject matter.

Wrote Office Actions in response to the claims for applicant

rebuttal. Recommended approval to the Supervisory Patent

Examiner once all claims had been satisfactorily addressed.

EDUCATION B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University, 1987.

and TRAINING GPA: 3.0 on 4.0 scale

Dean’s List- Winter Term, 1983.

Mechanical Inspection- Virginia Building Code Academy, May 2015.

Plumbing Inspection- Virginia Building Code Academy, April 2015.

Facility Fire Safety- National Fire Protection Association, June 2004.

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