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Katy, Texas, United States
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August 24, 2018

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Ying-Ming (Daniel) Liu

**** *********** ****, ****, ***** 77450; Phone: 281-***-****; E-Mail: ac6sr3@r.postjobfree.com

Dear Hiring Manager,

As a highly qualified professional with intensive experience in process systems and mechanical systems, I am seeking a challenging position. Are you looking for an engineer not only is intelligent, competent, with take-charge attitude, result-oriented, self-motivated and passion for excellence but also, with strong engineering, design and analysis skills, also can grasp the big picture while working on the technical details?

As an experienced LNG process systems/mechanical engineer, I have strong background not only on liquefaction process systems side, covering ISBL units, but also on OSBL units, but also on re-gasification terminal.

As for Mechanical Engineer function alone, engineering for packaged/skidded equipment systems, aka skid-mounted systems for various applications is my strong area of mechanical engineering. With a lot of experience in activities downstream of PFD's & H&MB stream data. I am much aware how to create P&ID's, carry out inter-discipline coordination, attentive to Safety-In-Design and HAZOPs, specify and generate equipment data sheets and specifications, vendor RFQ's, bids review, vendor clarifications, bid tabs, P.O.'s, document review, comment, approval or dis-approval, MOC, field RFI's, DCN, NCR's and resolutions, QA/QC, FAT/SAT, Plant Asset Register Tables, final engineering data books, etc., and work side by side with other engineering disciplines, such as process, mechanical sub-discipline, piping, electrical, instrument & controls, structural, coating, inspection and logistic/transportation, etc., to complete the task. You must have broad knowledge of other disciplines to do the job.

In brief, skid engineering is my strong area of mechanical engineering side, and apply process systems knowledge to various skid applications is my unique strength.

Beside LNG facilities FEED & EPC activities, I have involved following projects under different roles,

off-shore oil & gas, Semi and FPSO equipment modules;

power plants, single-cycle peak NG-fired, combined-cycle and coal gasification combined-cycle power plants (GE’s IGCC);

Refineries;

chemicals;

petrochemicals

I am ready to contribute and available immediately.

I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Ying-Ming “Daniel” Liu

Ying-Ming (Daniel) Liu

2219 Centerbrook Lane, Katy, Texas 77450; Phone: 281-***-****; E-Mail: ac6sr3@r.postjobfree.com

PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:

CSD Engineers LLC, 10/14 – present, Technical Specialist II Houston, Texas

Assigned as a mechanical lead for a chemical manufacturing plant expansion project-TIC $ 1.2 billions

Researched and analyzed design proposals, specifications and other data to evaluate the feasibility, cost, and

maintenance requirement of design or applications. Provided leadership role for developing P&IDs, equipment data

sheets, equipment layout, piping related deliverables and piping materials MTO. Coordinated with Client, vendors, and

other disciplines;

Checked existing tank PRVs & VRVs based on system operational conditions per API RPs and Codes;

Lead a small group of designers to perform piping system modification to meet client changing operational requirements;

Executed tank farm replacement and expansion study for a chemical plant;

Involved Client’s major operational/reliability improvement projects such as SS and CS glass-lined reactor replacement;

Other duties included provided engineering support to re-rate existing equipment per API-650/653 and ASME/API-510/579.

Bechtel Corporation, 06/05 – 09/14, Senior Project/Mechanical Engineer Houston, Texas

Escondida Water Supply Project EPC

Transferred to Pipeline GBU. Assigned as a mechanical RE responsible for various skids purchasing activities

Prepared data sheets, specifications for mechanical and other disciplines, reviewed vendor proposals, coordinated cross-disciplines review of vendor submittals; created bid tabs based on vendor furnished information and clarifications for compliance;

Provided expertise, knowledge and interpretations in mechanical related codes and prepared purchase recommendations to management;

Prepared and updated purchase orders and attended Kick-off meetings;

Coordinated with other engineering contractors and equipment vendors for request for information(RFIs) and management of changes(MOCs)/design change notices(DCNs).

Wheatstone LNG EPC

Assigned to Information Management Group to build the client-required Asset Register Tables based on vendor submitted data tables and associated supporting documents

Reviewed, commented, approved or disapproved vendor document packages;

Mapped internal Goods & Services Codes to Client’s JDE subclass codes;

Developed Smart Plant Foundation formatted mechanical equipment datasheets;

Attended KO meetings;

Mentored less-experienced packaged equipment REs for associated document review and updated system process & instrumentation diagrams(P&IDs).

Sabine Pass Liquefaction FEED/EPC:

Assigned as a project lead for outside battery limit(OSBL) systems, including, but not limited to, flare systems, refrigerant system, effluent system, air/nitrogen system, H2S Removal system, standby nature gas powered Generators system and demineralized/reversed osmosis water system;

Prepared P&IDs based on process flow diagrams(PFDs)/utilities flow diagrams(UFDs), heat & materials balance sheets(H&MBs) and other associated documents, such as piping specifications, design pressure/temperature diagrams(DPDTs), material selection diagrams(MSDs), equipment data sheets, hydraulic calculations; piping wall thickness calculations;

Prepared Line Table, Piping Specialties Item Table and Pipe Tie-In Table, etc.;

Run and updated system hydraulic calculations;

Reviewed, checked and approved four direct-report REs’ design deliverables, which includes system hydraulic calculations;

Reviewed, commented and coordinated with other disciplines for submitted vendor design packages;

Reviewed and commented RFQ packages generated by disciplines REs;

Updated Bechtel’s Project Equipment Data Base and kept management informed;

Attended design review and coordination meetings with owner’s engineers and Bechtel’s personnel.

PCAPP EPC:

Assigned as a Process/Mechanical Engineer for mechanical aspects of Immobilized Cell Bioreactor(ICB), Off-gas Treatment

System(OTS), and Brine Reduction System(BRS);

For vendor-designed packaged equipment, reviewed, commented, approved or disapproved vendor submittals, such as PFDs, MSGs, P&IDs, piping specifications, equipment data sheets, ASME or API code calculations, detail fabrication drawings, welding procedure specifications(WPSs)/procedure qualification recorders(PQRs), QA/QC plans and NDE/NDT procedures, electrical wiring diagrams, control diagrams and control narratives, GAs and 3D models;

Coordinated inter-disciplines for engineering activities for vendor design to meet specifications;

Resolved supplier deviation requests(SDDRs) after POs, and issue DCNs to other disciplines as the basis to update associated design documents;

Reviewed inspection reports; visited vendor shops to resolved QA/QC concerns during equipment/skids fabrications;

Supported field construction activities;

Updated purchase orders to reflected latest approved design changes.

Wheatstone LNG FEED:

Assigned as a RE for fuel gas systems and flare systems. Developed P&IDs based on Project PFD and H&MB, MSG

and through multi-discipline coordination;

Created line tables;

Updated Bechtel’s Project Equipment Data Base and kept management informed;

Reviewed Clients specifications and incorporated into P&IDs, attended internal line by line review meetings, updated P&IDs per comments.

PNG LNG FEED:

Assigned as a RE, reviewed pre-FEED contractor’s and Client’s associated design documents against Bechtel’s standard LNG design practices side-by-side with engineering supervisors ahead of project kick-off;

Assigned as a RE for Liquefaction Methane Compression area, led two junior REs for Propane and Ethylene compression areas P&IDs developments and related activities;

Carried out detailed piping material take-off(MTO) for hydraulic circuit calculations;

Issued Line Tables, Equipment List and other required FEED documents;

Carried out multi-discipline coordination;

Attended line by line design review and HAZOP meetings;

Functioned as a checker for all hydraulic circuits calculations generated by project REs;

Functioned as system administrator for equipment list data base.

Brass LNG FEED:

Assigned as a checker for OSBL units, responsible for accuracy of deliverables;

As a RE for the following inside battery limit(ISBL) units, acid gas removal; dehydration/mercury removal and LPG recovery;

Performed line sizing, pump hydraulic circuits calculations, piping materials verifications;

Prepared line tables, equipment lists and SP item lists;

Carried out inter-disciplines coordination;

Performed ISBL compressors calculations for propane refrigeration, ethylene refrigeration and liquefaction/methane compression units;

Assisted junior engineer on Condensate Storage unit, LNG Storage & Loading unit and LPG Storage & Loading unit for deliverables;

Attended HAZOP meetings;

Red-lined and updated all FEED P&IDs and hydraulic circuit calculations data base.

Angola LNG EPC:

As a RE did parallel engineering activities with vendors and internal engineering disciplines for GT/Compressors train

balance-of-plant(BOPs) and auxiliaries systems design;

Checked vendor’s applicable documents and various internal design documents for inconsistences to make sure all disciplines have the latest information;

Assigned to constructions group to develop required design documents for field construction sub-contractors, attended HAZOP review meetings, checked and provided inputs for contractors and/or vendors’ documents, performed cross-disciplines coordination for engineering and construction activities.

Sabine Pass LNG Receiving Terminal Expansion FEED:

Developed and back-checked P&IDs, line list and equipment list for Sabine Pass LNG receiving terminal phase II

expansion.

Duke IGCC (Coal Gasification Project) EPC:

As a RE for the following ISBL units, coarse slag handling, black water flash, fine slag handling, condensate ammonia stripper

and low temperature gas cooling;

Activities include, but not limited to, P&ID developments, line sizing, hydraulic calculations, piping specifications and DPDT diagrams and MSDs. Heavily involved cross-disciplines coordination to make sure the overall design meets Client’s specifications.

Motiva Refinery: (Largest refinery expansion in USA) FEED/EPC

Assigned to Delayed Coker Unit to performed FEED/detailed design activities, such as, checked P&IDs, revised piping specifications and instrument & control philosophies, checked system hydraulics;

Updated Equipment list and line tables;

Reviewed and commented vendor documents;

Attended HAZOP review meetings.

Reliance Refinery: (World record-setting capacity) EPC

Assigned to Crude & Vacuum and Sat-gas Units, prepared and updated IFD & IFC P&IDs;

Attended HAZOP and model review meetings;

As a section leader to developed critical Crude De-Salter System P&IDs and related engineering deliverables

based on process requirements and various feed stocks properties;

Prepared and updated line list and other engineering deliverables for assigned units;

Sized control valves for various process conditions;

Functioned as a lead for vendor documents review activities;

Attended HAZOP and model review meetings.

Shell AOSP Downstream Expansion: (Oil Sand Refinery Project) EPC

Developed RHC unit and IHT catalyst handling system, Hydrogen compressor system and associated utilities P&IDs based on ABB/CB&I provided licensor package;

Back-checked systems P&IDs, line list and equipment list;

Supported Instrumentation and Control Department for control related issues;

Transferred to Mechanical Engineering Department to generate pressure vessel data sheets and other prepared documents for quotations, prepared bid-tabs and vendor clarifications;

Led inter-department clarifications, client specification and ASME Codes interpretation;

Discussed and implemented cost saving ideas between multi-discipline engineers.

Fluor Corporation, 09/04 – 06/05, Design Engineer IV Sugar Land, Texas

As a mechanical engineer checked on Lurgi’s WGS system design to meet client’s specifications, studied CO boiler

re-vamp details and other equipment upgrade/addition activities for a refinery using FCC process;

As a RE, worked on slurry pumps, plunger-diaphragm pumps, API-674 pumps, screw pumps, Froth pumps and aviation fueling system on world record-setting PengLai FPSO and wellhead platforms project in Bohai Bay, China;

Prepared RFQ packages, reviewed proposals, issued clarifications, prepared bid tabs, performed multi-discipline coordination to select the optimal equipment.

Mustang Engineering, 12/01 – 09/03, Mechanical Facilities Engineer Houston, Texas

As an RE responsible for instrument air system, LP membrane Nitrogen system, Nitrogen compression

system, 15,000 psi subsea chemical transfer/injection system, bullhead pump skid, and survival craft and fast rescue boat

system on world record-setting Thunder Horse semi-submersible PDQ on Gulf of Mexico;

Prepared RFQ packages, reviewed various vendor documents/drawings and carried out multi-discipline coordination to

make sure vendors’ design meet specifications;

Visited vendor shops to carry out QA/QC activities and resolve problems during fabrications;

Developed and updated system P&IDs, including complicate subsea chemical transfer/injection skids.

Bechtel Corporation, 08/01 – 12/01, Project Engineer Houston, Texas

Prepared system basic engineering design package(BDEP) form relevant FEED documents;

Developed BOP P&IDs based on vendor design documents package and other discipline inputs;

Created equipment list, line list, GA drawings, hydraulic calculation reports for the first ever GE Frame 6 and heat recovery steam generator(HRSG) combined-cycle power plant within a refinery/petrochemical complex in PRC for Nanhai project;

Led the collaborations between multi-discipline engineers to challenge client’s BOD to have better and cost saving

Designs for OSBL power block.

Patch Inc., 03/01 – 07/01, Process Engineer Houston, Texas

Developed BOP PFDs, P&IDs for Pratt & Whitney and Siemens-Westinghouse gas turbines power plant;

Performed line-sizing, hydraulic calculations, pressure-drop studying for pipe routing within the power plants;

Sized relief valves for piping and equipment;

Verified power plant designs meet related Codes and sound engineering practices;

Checked engineering documents issued to Clients;

Estimated change order costs;

Prepared data sheets and specifications for procured equipment and materials;

Checked vendors’ submittals.

Toyo U.S.A., Inc., 08/95 – 02/01, Project/Mechanical Engineer Houston, Texas

Assisted Toyo Engineering Corp. for multiple-discipline projects development, including feasibility studies, cost

estimations, vendors survey and scheduling, etc.;

Executed a PVC Compounding project. Generated project specifications, equipment data sheets and bid packages

based on related project documents, reviewed and approved vendors’ bid documents, clarified vendors’ proposals,

placed orders, visited vendors’ shops for QA/QC during equipment fabrication and final inspection and test,

reviewed vendor's final data packages, prepared and solicited bid packages for field constructors, oversaw field

construction activities at site, coordinated engineers for project execution, assisted PM turning facility over to

owner;

Functioned as an Equipment Engineer responsible for fin-fan coolers and other pressure vessels for PETROBRAS

RLAM FCC Project. Reviewed and approved vendors’ bid/design documents based on data sheets and project

specifications, coordinated inspection department and vendors to make sure all requirements are met, visited

vendor shops for statuses review and resolved problems;

As a project engineer, performed engineering and management activities for various skid packaged equipment of

different applications.

Merichem Company, 10/91 – 07/95, Project Engineer Houston, Texas

Checked and modified in-house standard P&IDs and specifications against Clients’ project documents;

Specified equipment, piping materials and instruments for purchasing, reviewed and evaluated bids, inspected incoming

purchased commodities;

Checked design drawings for shop fabrications, including skid general arrangement and isometric piping drawings;

Walked-through finished skids against designs, helped test-run finished skids at shop before shipping;

Prepared O&M manuals and other required documents for clients per PO.

Energy Technology, Inc., 01/90 – 09/91, Applications Engineer Houston, Texas

Sized and basic designed HRSG’s and heat recovery units for refineries, chemical, petrochemical and power

generation industries based on clients’ specifications;

Prepared bid proposals;

Set-up different standardized HRSG modules for computer simulation program to cut design cost;

Debugged in-house developed computer programs.

Formosa Plastic (USA) Corp., 08/88 – 12/89, Mechanical Engineer Point Comfort, Texas

Designed a HP KO drum for gas fuel line and related piping system to reduce gas turbine operational cost;

Carried out plant improvement projects, prepared RFQ packages based on project requirements, reviewed bids,

placed orders, inspected and verified incoming purchased goods;

Checked and updated piping systems and equipment drawings.

EDUCATION:

BSME, University of Arizona, 1988.

Has attended various training classes, seminars, and continuing education courses, topics include gas turbine, welding,

pressure vessels, piping and safety valves, API pumps, VRU compressor skids, PSA and membrane Nitrogen generator systems, etc.

Ying-Ming (Daniel) Liu

2219 Centerbrook Lane, Katy, Texas 77450; Phone: 281-***-****; E-Mail: ac6sr3@r.postjobfree.com

LNG EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

Sabine Pass LNG Receiving Terminal Phase II:

Developed and back-checked P&IDs based on PFDs. Generated line list, instrument list, piping tie-in list, equipment list, equipment data sheets, etc. document package for FERC’s review and approval.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

Ambient vaporizers, Combustible vaporizers, LNG storage tank and Sent-out pumps, Gas Turbine driven genset.

Angola LNG:

As a RE did parallel engineering and coordinated with vendors and internal engineering disciplines for GT/Compressors Auxiliaries and Expander Auxiliaries for ISBL units 14, 15, 16 and 17 during EPC phase. Checked vendor’s applicable documents and various internal design documents to make sure all disciplines design was based on the latest information. Attended HAZOP review meetings and updated all related documents.

Helped Constructions Group developing necessary design documents and design basis for issuing to field contractors. Cross-checked, verified and provided inputs to documents between Construction Group and field contractors. Carried in-house design works to make sure field contractors had necessary supporting utilities and resources.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

GE Frame 5 GT/Compressor and BOP equipment, Turbo-expander and Auxiliaries for units 14, 15, 16 and 17, Standby Diesel Generators, Potable water systems, Waste water treatment systems, Effluent discharge system for construction camp, and Diesel fueling system for construction equipment and vehicles.

Brass LNG:

As a Checker for all ISBL/OSBL units, checked and commented for accuracy of related design documents.

Assigned as a RE responsible for the following ISBL units, acid gas removal; dehydration/mercury removal and LPG recovery. Performed line sizing, pump hydraulic circuits calculations, verified piping materials, design pressures, design temperatures, updated line list, equipment list, piping specialties items list, equipment list, etc. Carried out inter-disciplines coordination to make sure other engineers were informed what the issues were and understood the options might had. Performed complex compressor calculations for LNG core units, propane refrigeration, ethylene refrigeration and liquefaction/methane compression to make sure the unit performance met the process guaranteed. Assist junior engineers on condensate storage and loading, LNG storage and loading and LPG storage and loading units design development. Attended HAZOP and updated all related documents.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

Acid gas removal system equipment, dehydration/mercury removal equipment, propane refrigeration system equipment, ethylene refrigeration system equipment and liquefaction/methane compression system equipment,

LNG storage and loading equipment, condensate storage and loading system equipment, LPG storage and loading unit and various OSBL systems and equipment.

PNG LNG:

As a RE responsible for all design activities and document deliverable of liquefaction methane compression unit, also led two junior REs for propane and ethylene compression areas P&ID developments and all related activities. Helped other REs carried out MTO for detailed and complex hydraulic circuit calculations to verify the piping design could meet equipment performance criteria. As a checker for all hydraulic circuits calculations. Assisted supervisor to review Client specifications and pointed out the areas team member needed to pay attention. Attended Client design review and HAZOP meetings and updated all related documents. Issued various design documents, such as Line Table, Equipment List and other required FEED documents.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

Liquefaction/methane compression system equipment, NRU cold box system, propane and ethylene compression systems equipment.

Sabine Pass Liquefaction:

Assigned as a lead for OSBL systems, including flare systems, refrigerant system, effluent system, water system,

air and nitrogen system, H2S Removal system and S/B NG Generators system. Supervised junior engineers prepared and developed P&IDs, LDTs etc. based on UFDs. As an owner, updated Eqube Data Base for Construction Group.

Ran critical hydraulic circuits calculations and checked those works done by junior engineers. Attended design review meetings.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

Cold flare KO drum, Hot flare KO drum, refrigerant system equipment, effluent system equipment, De-min and DI water system equipment, air and nitrogen system equipment, H2S removal system equipment and S/B NG generators system equipment.

Wheatstone LNG:

As a RE for OSBL Fuel Gas Systems and Flare System, developed P&IDs based on Project PFD, H&MB, MSG DPDT diagrams for the systems. Created and updated LDTs. Generated and update Eqube and other Project required documents. Reviewed Clients specifications and incorporated into P&IDs. Attended internal line by line review meetings and updated P&IDs per comments.

Assigned to IM group to build the client-required Asset Register Tables based on vendor submitted data table. Reviewed, commented, approved or disapproved vendor data tables. Mapped G&S codes to Client’s JDE subclass codes. Attended PO KO meetings and helped vendor understanding the requirements of ARTs. Developed and tested Smart Plant Foundation equipment datasheets. Helped packaged equipment engineers review various engineering documents.

Mechanical equipment/systems:

Fuel gas systems equipment, flare system KO drums.

Ying-Ming (Daniel) Liu

2219 Centerbrook Lane, Katy, Texas 77450; Phone: 281-***-****; E-Mail: ac6sr3@r.postjobfree.com

NON-LNG EQUIPMENT EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

Formosa Plastic (USA) Corp:

Natural gas fuel system KO drum, Cooling tower, ANSI pumps, Graphite-tube heat exchanger and reactor

Energy Technology, Inc.:

Heat recovery steam generator (HRSG), Crude heater

Merichem Company:

Patterned skidded equipment for waste streams treatment, including vessels, pumps, compressors, control panels, etc.

Toyo U.S.A., Inc. (Subsidiary of Toyo Engineering Corp.):

Various material handling equipment, Fin-fan coolers/forced-drafted, crude heater, S/T heat exchangers, filters Packaged phenol recovery system, packaged oxygen removal system for BFW, packaged WAO system for waste stream treatment; all skidded equipment include vessels, pumps, compressors, control panels, etc.

Patch Inc.:

Gas Turbine driven gensets from Westinghouse and Pratt & Whitney for peak power plants

Bechtel:

BOP equipment for a GE Frame 6 gas turbine driven genset and a HRSG, various API-650 storage tanks

Various pressure vessels, coalesce filters, crude de-salter system, Delayed-Coker unit and products distribution pumps for refinery applications. Slag handling, black water flash, condensate ammonia stripper and low temperature gas cooling for coal gasification application, Immobilized cell bioreactor(ICB) system and equipment, Off-gas treatment(OTS) system and equipment, and Brine reduction system(BRS) system and equipment

Mustang Engineering:

IA system includes screw compressors, separators, coolers, storage tanks, control panels, etc.

Nitrogen system for low pressure application includes membrane housing, storage tanks, control panels, high pressure,1,400 psi, reciprocating nitrogen compression system for various equipment startups, a chemical transfer system with API pumps plus 15,000 psi sub-sea chemical injection systems with modified API-675 pumps, API-674 bull head pump and life-saving equipment for off-shore PDQ

Fluor:

Screw pumps, froth pumps, slurry pumps, plunger-diaphragm pumps, aviation fueling system for off-shore application

Lurgi’s WGS system, CO boiler

Ying-Ming (Daniel) Liu

2219 Centerbrook Lane, Katy, Texas 77450; Phone: 281-***-****; E-Mail: ac6sr3@r.postjobfree.com

EARLY CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Do it right at first time:

This is what I always believe.

Regardless whom I work for, I always put the best interest of companies and clients in front. I always get high marks from supervisors and clients for job performance.

That is because I stick on the principle of professionalism and cost concise which is referring to “If you do it right at very first beginning, it will be much easier and cost less down the road.”

For examples,

At Fluor, when I took over and started working on the produce water pumps (screw pumps) package, some obvious error was spotted by me immediately. After checking with process and some documents digging, fortunately, we avoided the $3.6 million mistake at the very beginning. Also, I rejected client’s request to reduce motor rating for the pumps based on service factor and offshore application considerations.

I was assigned to handle the most challenging/critical, subsea chemical transfer/injection systems, total 8 skids, after 3 months on the project because of engineering capabilities/experience and working attitude. At the end, client’s OP group was so impressed by the skids sizes and layout within the constraint of plot plan of the semi. The OP leader and the project engineer responsible of process also expressed his compliments at least twice in the public by saying “No doubt about it, these are the best engineered skids on Thunder House.”

Here is another one:

I was approached by Bechtel’s management team around early December, 2001, right after client’s package review was done to stay 3 or 4 more months to help some other engineers finalized their packages. But, I had already committed to Mustang Engineering at that time.

While I was a RE for Motiva CEP for Coke Unit, IGCC gas plant Amine Unit and Angola LNG project, I voiced my concern of the piping specifications for corrosive services and NDT, PWHT, etc. requirements, based on experience and the process stream information. At beginning, no one would like to make changes. But, after several meetings with JV and Clients, I can see the engineering/design criteria are heading to the right direction.

“He is always right”:

I can memorize the summary of engineering specifications, usually hundreds of pages, and can point out specific

sections dealing with particular issues raised either by Client, Toyo’s own project team, or sub-vendors. This

ability/capacity really surprised the PM. After several communications with involved parties, the above quotation is

what he always said, if the other parties still have any doubts in mind.

Winning personality/Trust of the client:

I was in the site for a while and pulled back for another project assignments. However, I was dispatched to job site in early December, 1996 to help PM and to make sure that final leg of the project was in good shape with 4-hour notice.

When I showed up next morning at 7 am, client was so happy. They knew I was here to solve problems, to push the field contractors to meet deadline without sacrifice the quality.

During my stay, the major task was to turn the facility to client, system by system after tested.

To my surprises, whatever systems I tested together with sub-contractors and signed off, client just waived the witness test again, signed-off and accepted the system as it was. It seemed that I have the trust of end-user because of my attitude and conflict-solving skills to field contractors.

That was one of the reasons I got a good pay-raise after performance review.

Job offered right on spot after interview:

This happened on Bechtel Corp, Toyo U.S.A. Inc., and Merichem Company.

For Bechtel, it was because I had all the background they were looking for. Right after 40-minute phone interview

with 4 engineers on CSPC Naihai project, they positively knew what I was talking about in the interview, I showed up

next morning.

For Toyo U.S.A.



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