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Engineer Quality

Location:
Barranquilla, Atlantico Department, Colombia
Posted:
January 16, 2019

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FRANCISCO ABRIL RIVERA

**** ****** ***** *********** ** 20782

Primary Phone - 787-***-**** Secondary Phone - 787-***-****

emails- ac77xr@r.postjobfree.com or ac77xr@r.postjobfree.com

Electrical engineering industry professional with more than 20 years of experience involving

construction’s quality supervision, safety and the optimization of operation processes. Effective at

identifying safety issues and developing action plans to quickly resolve them. Experienced in establishing

working partnerships with other departments within the company to maximize productivity. Bilingual,

Spanish and English.

EDUCATION

Tulane University Louisiana, NO

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) Major in Power, December 1992

Electronic Technician, Metropolitan Institute of Science & Technology, Cupey, PR, May

1980

WORK EXPERIENCE

Hensel Phelps – Joint Operations Center (JOC) Ft. Meade, Maryland, October 2016 – March 2018

Lead Mechanical & Electrical Quality Control Engineer

Provide overall management and direction for planning, directing and supervising construction phase MEP quality control/assurance functions and activities

•Develop, prepare, obtain approval, issue and implement quality control (assurance) program manual in compliance with owner/client contract requirements.

•Conduct quality assurance inspections and audits.

•Prepare findings reports, issue notification of quality problems, etc.

•Provide administrative and technical direction to all contractor quality control personnel.

•Act as liaison with owner, regulatory agencies, architect/engineers, and contractors on quality related matters as required.

•Ensure contract standards as outlined in quality control (assurance) are effectively implemented.

•Ensure adequate corrective measures are implemented in cases of noncompliance.

•Technical software packages (e.g., AutoCAD, SixSigma, Pipeflow, ARCHGIS, Trane Trace, vendor equipment selection software)

•Engineering calculations (e.g., heating and cooling load, hydronic pressure drop, static pressure drop, NPSH, psychrometric, utility utilization projections)

•Mechanical codes and guidelines (e.g., SMACNA, ASHRAE, IBC, IMC, IPC, LEED, Indoor Air Quality Standards)

•Cost estimating

•Design, analysis and troubleshooting of mechanical facilities infrastructure (e.g., HVAC, chilled water, steam, EMCS, heating water, ventilation, air distribution, plumbing, energy management, data centers)

•Cost-benefit analysis and life-cycle cost analysis

•System startup, commissioning, and testing and balancing

DCK & BIRD - Mall of San Juan, August 2014 - March 2015

QA & QC Engineer and Project Engineer – Inspections on electrical, low voltage,

mechanical and structural installation, Inspection Report.

• Creation and cataloging of Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs), Punch-List, Submittals review.

• Motors, Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment, Transformers, Capacitors, Elevators,

Dumbwaiters, Escalators, Platform Lifts, and Stairway Chairlifts, Electric-Vehicle-Charging

Equipment, Signs and Outline Lighting, Field-Installed Skeleton Tubing (Neon) and Wiring.

• Fiber Cable route construction, receiving and inspecting the cable, unloading, moving and storing

the cable, testing cable on reels, documentation and record maintenance, cable Installation, splices,

bending and pulling cables.

• Production of audits and surveillance reports, document activities and resolve them in complain

form.

• Inspect all installation workmanship during the installation itself so any problems can be identified

and solved before they become major issues.

• Review includes installation procedures, product data, test plan, procedures and commissioning.

• Perform oversight inspections and review submittals when request this review was addition to the

contractor's designer and owner technical service review.

• Quotation of all project schedule of the work and supervise all Engineers.

• Meeting with all subcontractors and pre- sub.

Homeland Security (IA TAC) American Samoa, July 2005 - April 2014

DAE Lead Technical Monitor – In charge of oversight subcontractor installation, construction of houses

according the specifications, review drawings, accept or reject request for information (RFI) verify daily

report of all technical monitors and send a progress report of work to congress and Washington DC office (Chief of Staff).

• Perform oversight surveillance and audits

• Safety plan, Quality Plan and in charge of Corps of Engineer personnel in the Island.

• Schedules and Liaison with American to Samoan people.

AECOM - Tren Urbano Project, December 2001 – May 2005

QA & QC Coordinator – Electrical, Mechanical, Civil and Structural Construction

• Oversight supervision and inspection for Operations, Maintenance and Repairs of the track

system.

• Participated in the creation and cataloging of Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs). Coordinate

“Track Meetings” with the Operations Contractor regularly to discuss the status of ongoing issues.

• Accountable for punch list during final phase of construction within the Quality Department.

• Participated in monitoring the overall system during the Commissioning testing and performed

analysis and comparisons of construction issues. Identify issues, prepare written summaries of

open issues and conduct research when required.

• Performed Inspections pertaining to 13.2 KV Power Splices and Tendons along the Inside of the

Guideway.

• Verification of the high voltage distribution, traction power, SCADA, communications (PA,

Radio, Fiber optics, CCTV, fire Alarm, Elevators, Escalators, Train Control, Lights and the

Operation Control room.

• In charge of creating and development of analysis tables to monitor train movement, system

activities and assess root cause for failures and resolution them.

• Production of audits and surveillance reports and document activities and resolve them in

complain form.

LORD MASS 1997 – 2001

Quality Inspector, Tren Urbano (Railroad) Project

• Review plan, specifications and shop drawings

• QA daily reports

• Pre-construction meeting and claims

• Equipment proposal

• Progress Schedule

• Storage material, photograph of work, record drawings, daily inspections.

• warehouse inspection

• Audit all purchasing

• None conformance on the installation reports

SEMINARS CERTIFICATES AND TRAININGS

• AGC Supervision

• Andrew UF Antenna

• FISTERER connex cable connectors

• Power Quality Supervision Training

• Project Management Training by CIAPR

• ASQ Training

• Introduction to Program Management

• The Who What Why of ISO 9000: 9002

• Planning for Quality

• Design and Analysis

• Project Quality Planning

• Performing Quality Assurance and Control

• Quality Minded Management

• Six Sigma Analysis the Process

• Project Quality Assurance

• Black Belt

• Maintain Quality Code

• Quality Function Deployment

• Quality System Models and Theories

• Improvement and foundation of Six Sigma

• Driven Pile Foundation and Design – March 7, 14, 21, 1997, University of PR-Mayaguez

• Introduction to Construction Management – March 15, 29, 1996

• Radiation Safety and Use of Nuclear Gauges – October 29, 1994, San Juan, PR

• Reinforced Soil Structures MSEW & RSS – August 7, 1997, San Juan, PR

• MIT, UPR Tren Urbano Summer Program VIII – June 14, 2002, Public Transportation in Boston

SKILLS AND PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS

Professional Skills:

• Bilingual, Spanish and English

• Professional presentation skills

Computer Skills: All Microsoft Office Programs, AutoCAD, Internet Search Engines

Professional Affiliations:

• American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA ), active

member

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