Project & Construction Management
Expert Skills for Bridges, Tunnels, Buildings & Civil works
Proficient with all aspects of Project Management & Delivery Life Cycle
Strong Financial Skills,
Coordinating multidiscipline design teams & construction crews
Strong technical background with wide knowledge base
Client & Stakeholder Management
Quality Assurance Management
Optimisation & Value engineering
HSE Site Safety/OSHA Compliance
Team Building & Leadership
Targeting senior level assignments in Project and Construction Management with a leading organization.
Accomplished Senior Civil Engineer Structural, Design & Construction Manager, with over 30 years’ progressive experience delivering high-quality multimillion-dollar infrastructure works, for the public, government & private sectors
Served in key managerial positions for Project Delivery and for Consultancy roles, with leading International Organizations, managing Structural and Civil works, from beginning to end
Experience covers over 17 years in Expressway, Airport & Metro Projects of which almost 15 years specifically for Bridges, Cut & Cover Tunnels & NATM underground Tunnels, fully proficient with all aspects of concrete & steel design and construction
Proven history of on-time, on-budget & and high-quality project completions, successfully meeting project targets within allocated time frames & budgets
Extensive hands-on managerial experience for Project Delivery Life Cycle, for Strategic Planning, Risk management, Concept design, scope of work, scheduling, progress monitoring, safety, commissioning, client & stakeholder management
Strong financial skills, cost control, cash flow, forecasting, tendering, procurement
Strong team leadership, experienced coordinating multitasking engineering teams and site crews, delegating, providing lead, guidance & training as required
Successfully applied QA philosophy, maximizing team objectives and participation, ensuring end-to-end professional accountability
Proficient to review & approve all types of project documentation, from concept design to detailed design, shop drawing design, for temporary & permanent works
Skilled with BIM methodology to ensure discipline interface & best practice solutions
Applied Value engineering for optimization in line with Western practices
Expert skills in Structural Design, Finite Element Analysis and Anti-Seismic Design, for all types of concrete & steel structures, analyzing bridges & tunnels, commercial & residential buildings, foundations, water towers, pump stations, retaining walls, storage tanks, complex facades, etc., including post-tensioning, pre-stressing & pre-casting activities, composite beams & slabs, box girders, retaining walls, foundations, concrete mix design, material approvals, rectification methodologies, Piling operations, geotechnical studies, ground improvement methods, anchoring, slope protection, steel frames, girders, trusses pre-stressed facades, etc.
Well versed in International codes, British Standards, EUROCODES, ASSHTO procedures for Highways & Bridges, including American Standards (ACI, AISC, AWS, ASTM), skilled with functional software STAAD, TEKLA, SCADA, AUTOCAD, REVIT
Implemented innovative techniques for casting in extreme heat conditions & harsh saline environment, including use of GREEN Concrete mix for strength & longevity
Persuasive, proactive & influential with strong planning & analytical problem solving skills, liaising directly with clients, consultants, agencies & local authorities, collaborating with multi-cultural professionals from across Europe & the Middle East
Career Timeline Over Last 2 Decades
Date of Birth: 21st September 1962
Languages Known: Excellent English and Greek and a little Italian
Current Location: Afghanistan, / permanent address is in Greece, Athens
Family Status: Married with 3 children (Single Work Status)
Nationality: Australian & Greek, dual national
Country Experience: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Qatar, Afghanistan, Greece
LinkedIn profile: www.linkedin.com/in/george-tsakiroglou-b09a075a
5-year Master’s Equivalent Degree in Structural Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTU), Greece (1981 - 1986)
Majors in Post Tensioning & Pre-stressing for Concrete
Thesis in Financial management
Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), University of South Wales U.K. (completing in June 2018)
Certified Civil Engineer, registered with TEE National Technical Chambers of Greece (equivalent to FEANI- EUR ING)
Member CIOB / obtaining PMP & CMI Certification
2017: Risk Management for Projects from University of Adelaide
2017: Management & Leadership – Open University
2016: PMP Project Management Course – Open University
2017: Financial Decision Rules Project Evaluation - University of Michigan
2015: Strategic Planning for Projects - IIM University
2015: Financial Accounting and Analysis for Projects - IIM University
2015: Seismic Behavior of Structures & Restoration Techniques
2014: Study of Suspended Steel Bridge, McDonald Bridge, Nova Scotia
2012: Museum Artifacts / Structural Design with Suspended Cable System
2012: (LEED) Basic Concepts / Green Building design, Energy conservation
2011: Water & Wastewater Technologies, Storm-water Management
2002: Anti-Seismic Design - Contemporary Methods for Structural Analysis
1991: Asphalt Technologies / Road Works Design and Construction
Work Experience - Summary
EGIS International Inc. Supervision Consultancy (SC), Qatar
Doha P007-C2 Expressway Project
RESIDENT ENGINEER for STRUCTURES, BRIDGES & TUNNELS
HILL INTERNATIONAL Inc., PMC Consultancy, Cairo, Egypt
DESIGN MANAGER for PMC STRUCTURAL Dept.
BURO HAPPOLD Consulting, Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City, Kuwait
SENIOR STRUCTURAL ENGINER - PMC / BRIDGES & WATER TOWERS
J&P OVERSEAS, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (ITCC) Business Park Complex
CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE MANAGER - STEEL WORKS & FACADES
EXPRESSWAY, NEA ODOS, Greece - Expressway Project – EUROINOA JV
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER & HSE COORDINATOR EXPRESSWAY
EYDROMOS Corp. ATE, Municipal Cultural Centre, Greece as
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER for Cultural Center
PAMFOROS GAIA, Greece, Commercial Food Processing Plant
Co-FOUNDER & MANAGER
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Greece
RESIDENT ENGINEER BRIDGES – AIRPORT Project Management Dept.
ATHENS METRO, Greece
PROJECT ENGINEER – TEAM LEADER / NATM TUNNELS Dept.
to January 2018
RESIDENT ENGINEER STRUCTURES & TUNNELS Dept. / EXRESSWAY PROJECT QATAR
EGIS INTERNATIONAL INC. SUPERVISION CONSULTANCY (SC)
Project Description: EGIS is providing Project Management Services for the Doha Expressway C2 Project, a huge Carriageway development project, involving design & construction of 5 major Junctions, with a total budget of $1.8 billion.
Key Responsibilities/ Tasks: Resident Engineer, Manager for SC Structural dept. responsible for all facets of Structural activities for 5 Major Junctions with 3 Bridges, 1 Cut & cover tunnel and 4 underpasses, involving over 6.5 million m3 of excavations and 1.4 million m3 of concrete castings. Daily duties involved design review, supervision and monitoring; Supervised Contractor and Subcontractors for Temporary and Permanent works involving formwork, scaffolding, casting, post tensioning, and geotechnical works such as excavations, piling, cavity probing, shoring, injection grouting, dewatering, backfilling, etc., ensuring compliance per deliverables; Reviewed and approved over 16.000 Shop Drawings & Structural Design reports; monitored Contractor’s performance and advised on remedial measures to ensure specifications; facilitated an accelerated construction Schedule and assisted Contractor with Planning to achieve targets and Milestones to Client satisfaction; presided over coordination meetings and organized interface workshops between Contractor and Designer and closely liaised to resolve technical issues; coordinated with interfacing Disciplines for effective team Delivery; presented progress to Client representatives and exemplified project features; monitored commercial issues and approved payment certificates related to functional area; compiled documentation for successful commissioning & hand over; monitored project deliverables; delegated SC team of 14 structural engineers providing expert lead & guidance; reported on Progress to Project Director /SRE. Played a key pivot role in strategically resolving design conflicts and construction issues and initiated QA process to ensure high levels of quality & safety per strict Qatari regulations.
This being an extensive brownfield project, a significant aspect was handling numerous pre-existing unmapped hidden utilities, compounded with severe ground contamination with toxic and flammable gases, while simultaneously dealing with extensive underground cavities & water systems; in this respect the real challenge was to implement strict safety procedures for zero accident tolerance, while mitigating the risk factors involved and maintain progress on track, achieving 85% completion in a record 18 months, to client satisfaction.
Aug 2014 to June 2016
DESIGN MANAGER – HEAD OF PMC STRUCTURAL Dept.
GRAND EGYPTIAN MUSEUM (GEM) – CAIRO, EGYPT;
HILL INTERNATIONAL INC. / PMC CONSULTANCY;
Project Description: Hill-EHAF JV is providing Project Management Consultant Services to the Egyptian Ministry of State Antiquities for the design and construction of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), which is a huge building project, presently the biggest Museum Building development project in the world, with a budget exceeding $1.2 billion.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Senior Structural Engineer, Manager of PMC Structural design dept., providing lead for the PMC structural design team comprising of 6 senior Str. engineers. Under my tenure fully completed review and approval for the huge Structural Design package comprising of over 26.000 structural shop drawings and over 1500 technical reports; Successfully managed structural design issues related to primary and auxiliary buildings, resolving details for concrete works, complex Steel works and Facades; ensured strict conformance to Specifications, per Egyptian Law and per demanding Client requirements; Monitored Designers & Contractor for completeness per deliverables Schedule. Liaised with interfacing disciplines utilizing BIM software to develop methodology; evaluated Contractor’s progress to approve payment certificates; presided over coordination meetings & technical workshops; assessed section performance and issued progress reports to Project Director. Significant aspects of this project were the universal implementation of BIM software to resolve numerous discrepancies, design conflicts due mainly to interface issues. BIM was additionally used to generate detailed records for tracking purposes and also for effective Risk management, to identify associated risks and proactively mitigate delay events & cost impacts; continuously analyzed delay events and assessed causalities for Settlement purposes; applied Value engineering to identify remedial solutions; provided expert testimony to the Dispute Board to reconcile disputes; recorded case history for arbitration.
to Aug 2014
SENIOR STRUCTURAL ENG for Project Management Team
BRIDGES & CIVIL WORKS - Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City Project KUWAIT;
BURO HAPPOLD (BH) CONSULTING
Project Description: The Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City Project in Kuwait is a unique Seaside Residential Development project, considered one of the largest terra forming projects on Earth with a huge land mass exceeding 67km , with over 180km2 of road works and 148 km of utilities.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Senior Structural Engineer assigned Client’s representative to monitor and coordinate the design and construction activities for a number of Pre-Stressed Precast Bridges with related utilities & civil works. Managed a supervision team of 3 structural engineers, to monitor every aspect of detailed design and concrete construction, including pre-cast fabrication, leading up to commissioning, ensuring strict conformance to ASSHTO specifications, British Standards and Kuwait State regulations; reporting directly to Project Director; Assessed construction plan strategies & performance implemented by contractors, ensured structural integrity and execution in accordance with contract agreed Deliverables; Provided high-level overview of status of total works, to identify problem areas and adopt best practice; Identified risk areas; educated Client for remedial solutions to maintain targets; Significant aspect of duties was adoption of innovative solutions to resolve technical issues for Bridge construction and Piling operations, due to harsh saline environment, extreme heat and extensive sea water penetration.
- Performed extensive ground improvement with grouting injections (prior to Piling operations) to overcome liquefaction due to saturated silt
-Determined effective “Green Concrete” mixes with 70% Fly Ash for faster strength, lower rate of shrinkage, for greater heat resistance and greater resistance to corrosion & longevity in extreme saline environment
- Monitored Batching Plant operation and corrected concrete production deficiencies (premature cracking, etc.) at Pre-Cast plant
-Implemented innovative concrete casting techniques using wind screens etc. to overcome effect of extreme heat conditions a-Determined and applied successful concrete repair & rectification methods
-Developed safe work method for great heights, for steel erection & casting of 75m tall post tensioned Water Towers
-Assisted with civil works for utilities of seaside Marina
Jul 2012 to
CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE MANAGER - STEEL WORKS for BUSINESS COMPLEX
(ITCC) International Technology & Communications Complex– Business Park
J&P OVERSEAS - SAUDI ARABIA RIYADH
Project Description: ECP Turnkey project awarded to Contractor J&P for 17 Commercial Building packages developing the ITCC Commercial Business Park and Technological Centre.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Lead Coordinator (Package manager), responsible for overall design and construction of ACP Facades & Steel works for 17 Commercial buildings comprising the Business park. Structural Steel erected exceeded 5.500 tons. Duties were to develop and execute effective delivery strategies for design, fabrication and erection of structural steel and for facades for each Building Unit, in line with Project execution plan (PEP). Each Building unit approx. 7.000 m2 in area, with central concrete core and peripheral steel framing, with complex Curtain walls & ACP Facades, skylights, canopies, screens, trusses, composite decks and steel Bridges. Reported to Project Director. Total Budget $437m.
-Coordinated total ACP facades & steel work activities, overseeing design and construction process from beginning to end, including shop drawing development, procurement, factory fabrication, erection, certification and commissioning;
-Identified scope of works, setting out individual packages and work tasks;
-Determined how schedule will be managed for execution for each building unit;
-Prepared steel take-offs and forecasted budgets for each facility;
-Conducted market research and prepared comparative tables for procurement;
-Prepared and Quality Assurance Plans and submitted to Engineer for approval;
-Directed shop drawing development, supervising a design team of 15 engineering staff, for in-house preparation per American and Saudi Standards (ACI, AISC, AWS, ASTM) with use of functional software STAAD, SCADA & TEKLA;
-Interfaced with Consultant to process and approve project documentation, involving technical queries, method statements, inspections, variation orders and materials;
-Daily conducted field inspections to oversee subcontractors & assess performance;
-Followed up on respective QC, DC and HSE duties and issues;
-Corrected deficiencies, prepared respective method statements for rectification;
-Adjusted schedules and work tasks to maintain progress and quality of works;
-Reviewed quantity surveying, approved invoices for interim payments;
-Conducted joint audits with 3rd party Inspectors for Certifications;
-Organized and chaired regular design, construction and progress meetings;
-Presented daily and bi-weekly progress reports to Project Director.
May 2009 to
SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER / SENIOR SAFETY COORDINATOR
EXPRESSWAY PROJECT – EUROPEAN ROUTES E853, E951, E55
EUROIONIA JV, NEA ODOS – International Concession Project, Greece
Project Description: The National NEA ODOS Motorway was an International Concession Project, involving a 380 km National Highway Expressway, a continuation of the European Routes E853, E951 and E55, which included 24 bridges, 4 tunnels, 77 underpasses, 24 overpasses and 392 culverts. The overall project budget exceeded €650 million.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Project Coordination duties for main Contractor. Assigned as Senior Assistant to the Project Director in an auditing role, to monitor QA/QC and HSE compliance of over 90 separate subcontractors executing earthworks, asphalt works, concrete bridge construction, underground Tunneling works and utilities. As Senior Safety Coordinator represented Client and Contractor to Govt. authorities, directly accountable for Project’s overall HSE obligations. Managed 7 HSE engineers monitoring daily the entire project, identifying safety shortfalls and/or work issues within work crews, conducted proactive training, maintained records, presented progress reports to the J/V Board of directors. Liaised with Client and Consultant (Nea Odos, OMEK) to update on progress & on-going issues.
to Feb 2009
EYDROMOS Corporation ATE
EYDROMOS Corporation ATE / Municipal Cultural Centre - Greece
Project Description: Construction of 2 Municipal Building Complexes in Suburb of Athens (Byronas), with Public High School, Gymnasium, Multipurpose Theater and a Cultural center.
Overall budget totaled € 6.2 million.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Assigned Construction Manager responsible for total project delivery, covering overall activities for completion and leading up to commissioning and hand over. Managed site crews of up to 50 people, directed 7 site engineering and administrative staff; Reported to the Project Manager;
-Defined the scope of work to be delivered within contract package.
-Identified required resources, determined operational budget, secured funding.
-Performed market research, prepared comparative tables, initiated procurement.
-Developed the construction Plan, determined work tasks, allocated resources.
-Procured subcontractors and awarded contracts;
-Interfaced with engineering disciplines to interpret design drawings & resolve issues;
-Supervised subcontractor’s daily performance, promptly identifying shortfalls and corrected deficiencies for conformance to contractual obligations;
-Proactively adjusted schedules, amended risk factors, to maintain progress on track;
-Liaised regularly with municipal authorities for audit inspections, managed consents and obtained approval for compliance to project Specs & state regulations;
-Performed quantity surveying and approved invoices for interim payments;
-Delivered public relations presentations on project features to educate municipal users;
to Sept 2007
PAMFOROS GAIA - Organic Foods Commercial Food Processing Plant
Co-FOUNDER & CEO
Project Description: Founded food processing plant for production and distribution nationwide of organic traditional food products. This prototype start-up, pioneer venture was awarded 1st prize for “Innovation and Quality” by the Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in 2006.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: As co-founder and CEO was challenged to successfully implement managerial skills in the commercial field; Developed overall operating procedures from inception and organized financing. Achieved turn-over of 1.7 million € during the opening phase. Formulated Business Plan; forecasted expenditure and revenue; secured Stakeholder interest and participation; acquired financing from banks and EU grants; scheduled implementation; obtained state permits and municipal licenses; performed Cost analysis and product Pricing; developed marketing strategies; initiated promotion events to generate healthy customer base; directed procurement of materials, machinery and equipment; determined production procedures and set up production line; organized logistics & distribution; acquired HASP & ISO certifications; organized performance workshops for improvement; delivered quarterly financial reports to Stakeholders & investors, to present target achievements,
market strategies and revenue.
to Aug 2005
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BRIDGES & ROADS DEPT
to Aug 2005
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
BRIDGES & ROADS DEPT
HOCHTIEF SA - ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, GREECE
METRO TERMINAL, BRIDGES & FACILITIES
MEMBER OF AIRPORTS’ PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM
Project Description: The new Athens Airport began its operation in March 2001, where the Hellenic govt. and HOCHTIEF were the key stakeholders, with an initial building service area of 180.000 m2. Scope covered operational development for airport expansion and improvement, including design and construction of the Airport’s dual function METRO Terminal & SUBURBAN RAILWAY TERMINAL, as well as other airside & landside airport facilities.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Assigned to AIA’s Project Management Dept. comprising of a multidiscipline Engineering team of 17 highly skilled professionals, for development of new Airport Facilities & Infrastructure maintenance during the operational phase, on a total project delivery basis, managing from inception to hand-over. Additionally, assigned as Resident Engineer for fast–track construction of the Pedestrian Bridge which was initially on critical path jeopardizing the airport’s operation and successfully completed target within 9 months. The Airports Project Management team operated under Turnkey Concession contracts focusing on Commercial development of the Airport’s overall facilities both Landside and Airside, as well as development of the Main Terminal Building & Duty Free areas.
One of the major Projects developed in this period was the design and construction of the Airport’s new METRO Terminal & Suburban Railway Terminal Station, notably a Concrete & Steel Superstructure spanning above the ATTIKI Odos Expressway, including 100m Pedestrian Steel Bridge, constructed in a strategic location directly outside the Airports main entrance, with a critical deadline to achieve operational readiness for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Other projects assigned were), design & construction of the supplementary VIP Airport Terminal, a Medical Center, the Airport’s Chapel, supervision of the 5 Star Hotel (SOFITEL), plus various Airport maintenance facilities & workshops. Overall Budget of works exceeded 240 million €.
Project Managerial Duties: Assigned responsibilities were to coordinate multi-discipline teams for in-house design and construction (D&B); Provided the lead for engineering and construction efforts to derive optimum technical cost effective solutions; determined project scope and identified objectives; determined applicable Standards and Specifications; prepared take-offs, estimated Budgets and formulated Tender documents; monitored procurement of Contractors; Approved construction master schedules, coordinated interfacing trades; Supervised overall construction to ensure successful completion within the set approved Budget & project targets; Closed-out QA/QC and HSE documentation for commissioning & hand- over to Retail end-user; Liaised with Stakeholders & commercial investors to present project features, update on progress & to ensure goals were being met to end-user satisfaction.
July 1997 to Sept 2000
ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - HOCHTIEF SA / Greece
BRIDGE & ROADS Dept. -
Project Description: This was a Pioneer (PPP) International Project, being the first major greenfield Airport in the world constructed with the Participation of the Private sector. With a land area of 17.5 Km2 and 2 main runways, HOCHTIEF was awarded principal Contractor for the New Airport with a total budget of € 2.2 billion. Construction commenced in 1996.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Assigned as lead Project Engineer responsible for construction of 9 concrete Bridges with total length exceeding 1.500m, including adjoining utilities and earthworks. Bridges were all post-tensioned with Freyssinet System with 40m spans and involved over 12.000m3 of castings; Supervised the Utility Tunnel, Aircraft apron and overhead Road Signage. Duties covered overall site supervision and coordination of subcontractors’ activities for performance to maintain project schedule and quality of work according to Hochtief’s strict QA/QC standards. Oversaw work crews up to 60 people providing technical lead and guidance; Interfaced with Consultant Parsons for regular audit inspections and QC certifications. Reported to the Construction Manager, reported on progress, and advised to maintain targets.
Nov 1994 to Jul 1997
Spie Batignolles, Dumez
PROJECT ENGINEER - TEAM LEADER for METRO UNDERGROUND NATM TUNNELS ATHENS OLYMPIC METRO, GREECE
HOCHTIEF / SPIE BATIGNOLLES/ DUMEZ (JV)
Project Description: Construction of six METRO Underground Stations in Central Athens city, with connecting underground Tunnels, Vaults and Galleries, implementing the Austrian NATM method. NATM work crews under my supervision executed over 32.000m3 of castings for underground Metro tunnels, galleries, vaults & stairways. Overall budget for the Athens OLYPMIC METRO Project approx. 1.5 billion €.
Responsibilities/Tasks: Under the main Contractor, was assigned Team Leader to guide and manage 6 tunneling crews comprising of 180 skilled technicians for construction of six METRO Underground Terminal Stations, including associated underground Tunnels, Vaults and Galleries using the NATM method;
In this project was given the opportunity to develop a good working knowledge of Tunneling construction practices for NATM underground tunnels, involving geotechnical works, deep excavations, anchoring, grouting, bracing, lining, shotcrete, FRP methods, deployment of Hydraulic Work Platform for placement of Waterproofing & Rebar steel across Tunnel sections and for underground Castings, all types of piling operations, secant, end-bearing & friction piles, ground improvement methods, as well as exposure to design and erection of Steel Frames, trusses & girders, steel fabrication, machining, turning & welding.
Reviewed & approved Shop Drawings for tunnel construction and in turn determined specific Construction Methodology suited to Tunnel geometry; prepared tender documents for hydraulic steel platforms and steel formwork, designed for specific tunnel geometry, monitored factory production (CIFA) & delivery to site; provided training for workers for steel formwork assembly, operation & maintenance for successful underground castings; daily monitored site performance, resolved construction issues, provided technical expertise as required for daily construction;
Liaised with Station Managers coordinated work schedules, allocated my teams resources and determined work tasks to achieve daily targets; educated junior site engineers regarding methods and sequence of Tunneling activities
Reported daily and monthly progress to METRO Project Manager;
April 1994 to Nov 1994
Athens – Greece
Municipality Council Building of Athens suburb (Aigaleo)
Project Description: Briefly assigned for construction of a New Municipality Council Building, which was a 6000m2 project, in the suburban area of Aigaleo, Athens.
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Duties involved scheduling, coordination of all construction work, supervising work crews and liaising with consultants and Council inspectors leading up to commissioning. Total construction work under my management was approx.1.2 million €.
May 1990 to Apr 1994
Technical Design Office
Housing Design & Construction
Self Employed - Structural Design Office
Responsibilities/ Tasks: self-employed for Structural design of residential housing. Obtained Building permits, organized and managed residential construction. Prepared and monitored budgets, schedules and procurements. Real Estate experience with property acquisitions.
Aug 1988 to Jan 1990
Greek Military – Engineer Corps
Sergeant Civil Engineer
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Served with rank of Sergeant Civil Engineer in the Greek Military Engineering corps, assigned to design and construct concrete structures, service Buildings and Wastewater and Drainage networks for military facilities.
The total value of works under his responsibility was approximately 1.800.000 €.
Received training in the use of military explosives and construction of the famous steel “Bailey Bridge” used in river crossings for field operations.
Oct 1986 to Jul 1988
Responsibilities/ Tasks: Following graduation was employed in an