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Construction Director Project Director

Port Townsend, WA
September 12, 2018

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Construction Manager Construction Director

Qualifications Profile

Globally competitive and tenacious professional, offering solid leadership experience in construction management, with proven record of success in delivering multimillion-dollar and large-scale capital projects for chemical, and international oil and gas companies. Display sound knowledge of all aspects of engineering pre-commissioning and commissioning. Exemplify excellent organizational capabilities in accomplishing prioritized responsibilities within time constraints. Demonstrate excellent analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills in identifying critical challenges and providing effective resolution toward profitability.

Areas of Expertise

Site Inspection and Assessment § Strategic Planning and Execution § Quality Assurance and Control

Environmental, Health, and Safety Compliance § Client and Vendor Relations § Process Optimization

Budget and Forecast Administration § Training and Leadership § Contract Review and Management

Lump Sum Contracts

Professional Experience

Novus International Contract § Houston, TX, USA

Outside Battery Limits (OSBL) Project Manager and Construction Manager 2016–Present

Provide oversight to all aspects of outside battery limits engineering and all construction of a $600M chemical site in Gulf Coast of Texas

Act as technical lead and support of Becth Engineering for all disciplines

Responsible for reviewing all aspects of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction lump sum bids

Take full charge of all interfaces, external to the plant including AEP, Kinder Morgan, Union Pacific, Air Liquid, and INEOS

Efficiently manage the drilling of the chemical injection well

BP Contract § Renton/Port Townsend, WA, USA

Project Manager 2015–2016

Implemented projects within the BP pipelines project group for three terminals and pipelines in the US West Coast

Expertly engineered and installed secondary containment around an operating buried 20” diesel/gasoline valving manifold

Installed 700’ seawall bulk head at the BP terminal located in Seattle

Upstream Engineering § Houston, TX, USA

Project Director 2014–2015

Demonstrated leadership in delivering a seahorse concept platform engineering and fabrication in Vestigo, Malaysia as part of PETRONAS’ marginal field development under a lump sum contract

Key Highlights:

Accomplished the engineering and fabrication project within eleven months, serving as one of the first fast-track projects completed for PETRONAS in Malaysia in 10 months from feed to production

HESS, Kuala Lumpur § Malaysia/Houston, TX, USA

Construction and Fabrication Manager 2012–2014

Directed the company’s interest from front-end to funding for EVA project with $1.5B of CAPEX in Malaysia

Secured 95% of all bid contracts as fixed price approved by PETRONAS prior to funding

Moved from Malaysia to Houston to support the management of Tubular Bells hull fabrication in Ingleside, Texas

Key Highlights:

Succeeded in reducing forecasted spending for HESS’s EVA project by $250M, from $1.75B to $1.5B, through effective negotiation of lump sum contracts with suppliers and contractors, removal of a riser platform, and addition of a subsea tie-in

BP § Anchorage, AK, USA

Alaska Fabrication and Construction Manager Facility Siting Project Program Manager 2007–2012

Spearheaded the Alaska Region’s construction and fabrication with annual spending of $350M for Greater Prudhoe Bay, which included new well delivery/well tie-ins and a field managed automation fire and gas (AF&G) project group

Supervised 40 BP employees and 60 contract personnel in Anchorage and the North Slope of Alaska

Directly provided report to the project general manager of BP, while managing the facility siting program from 2010 to 2012 with $1.4B in total budget

Key Highlights:

Spearheaded the BP’s Facility Siting Program and transitioned projects it from appraisal to select stage within four months after five years of no movement in the program

Introduced key workplace safety measures, monitored procedures, and restructured job descriptions after Texas City refinery explosion, which led to moving of corporate engineering of BP to a risk-focused entity

Played an integral role in installing and commissioning oil transit line (OTL) project with capital expenditure (CAPEX) of $500M, replacing the ruptured BP pipeline during 2006 Alaska oil spill; and led each site engineering and all fabrication and construction contractors in Alaska until its completion within government-mandated completion date

Drove efforts in improving construction project deadline and budget delivery from 10% in 2007 to over 90% in 2010 by executing standardized tracking and monitoring procedures for on-time timely completion

Decreased the well put on production (POP) times from 46 days in 2007 to obtain the SPU goal of 19 days in 2010 by implementing tracking procedures and administering structuring well delivery to attain industry-leading times

Successfully reduced RIF from 3.9 in 2007 to 0.26 in 2011 with more than two million total man hours per year for projects in Alaska through compliance procedures review, safety policies improvement, and mandatory reporting development

Earlier Career

Oxy Chemical § Houston, TX, USA

Project Manager

BP § Houston, TX, USA

Area Project Manager

Amoco Corporation § Trinidad and Tobago/UK/USA

Construction Manager and Project Engineer

Brown and Root, Inc. § Pasadena, TX/New Orleans, LA, USA

Mechanical Design and Project Engineer


Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering § University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA


BP Project Management § University of Manchester, 2011


American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

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