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Manager Project

Baytown, TX
March 24, 2019

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John Makarczyk

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Beach City, Texas 77523

Cell: 832-***-****, Home: 281-***-****


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1990 Summary of Experience

Twenty-Seven years’ experience in various construction work positions starting as an Engineer, Superintendent, Construction Manager, and Project Manager. Work experience includes instituting multiple project tasks using supervisory skills, cost, and scheduling proficiency. Analyzed productivity and progress reports to implement corrective action. Supervised and directed the activities of union and open shop subcontractors and ensured the effectiveness of the safety programs and procedures. Implemented various engineering projects with the responsibility of QA/QC inspections, loop check, precommissioning and start-up. Professional Experience – Thermon

Thermon, Houston Texas

July 2014 to April 2017

Position held: Senior Project Manager

Professional Experience – Brock Group

Brock Group, Houston Texas

January 2013 to April 2014

Position held: Senior Project Manager / Construction Manager Professional Experience – Tyco Thermal Controls

Tracer Industries, Inc., Houston, Texas

February 2001 to January 2013

Positions held: Construction Manager and Project Manager – Averaged 15-20 Projects concurrently Relative Projects:

Motiva Port Arthur, Texas – Responsible for construction subcontracted to Turner, S&B, Austin Industrial, and PCL.

$37,000,000 of responsibility.

Free Port, Texas – Responsible for all projects at Dow, BASF, and other facilities in the area. Established maintenance contracts in Dow and BASF

Position: Project Manager: Calpine, Aries Power Plant, Pleasant Hill, Missouri- Responsible for engineering audit, upgrade freeze protection and insulation budget/ schedule estimate. Manage superintendents for installation of direct hire labor and safety. Project Cost $2,687,000. Position: Project Manager: Black & Veatch, Sanford Cogen DeBary, Florida- Managed direct hire labor and superintendent, cost, schedule, variances, safety, and change orders for the installation of analyzer and chemical injection tube bundle for freeze protection. Project Cost $851,000. Position: Project Manager: DOW/ UEI Contractors, Oxy Vinyl Chloride Unit, Freeport, Texas- Managed direct hire labor and superintendents, cost, schedule, variances, safety, and change orders for the installation of process control heat trace system and insulation on traced items. Project Cost $1,715,000. Position: Project Manager: Shell Chemical, Phenol Pipeline, Deer Park, Texas- Manage direct hire labor, cost, schedule (required two coordinated shutdowns with operations), variances, safety, and change orders for the installation of FSE heat trace system and insulation. Project Cost $242,000. John Makarczyk Resume

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Position: Project Manager: FMC, LDR Treatment Project, Pocatello, Idaho- Manage three union subcontractors for the installation of heat trace system and project insulation. Responsible for all cost, variances and subcontract administration. Project Cost $1,700,000.

Professional Experience – Kvaerner Process

Kvaerner Process, Houston, Texas

September 1997 to January 2001

Position: E&I Project Engineer: Goodyear Plant, Beaumont, Texas- Subcontract bid analysis and award, cost, scheduling, variances, engineering issues, RFI’s and material purchasing. Oversee subcontract installation, motor runs, loop-check, commissioning, and start-up of units. Position: E&I Superintendent: Chlor-alkali Project, Bayer Chemical, Baytown, Texas- Supervised 80 Electricians and 30 Instrument Craftsman. Managed, planned, and directed the installation of 13.8kv switchgear, 4160V MCC and 480V MCC’s, Fisher Provox DCS, analyzers, lighting, and grounding. Professional Experience – The M.W. Kellogg Company The M.W. Kellogg Company, Houston, Texas

January 1992 to August 1997

Position: E&I Engineer: BOPX Project, Exxon Chemical, Baytown, Texas- First three months Safety Department. Subcontracted bud analysis and award for E&I Subcontractor. Responsible for all E&I Engineering, RFI’s, material issues, and precommissioning for electrical subcontractor Position: E&I Engineer: Paraxylene Project, Amoco Chemical, Texas City, Texas- Installation of 13.8kv switch gear, 4160v & 480v MCC’s RFI’s, UPS, lighting, grounding, instrumentation, assist in Honeywell DCS, GE Genius PLC Checkout and loop check.

Position: E&I Superintendent: Methanol Rebuild, Enron, Pasadena, Texas- Schedule, cost, and supervision of instrument and electrical installation. Installed two Powell 13.8 kv to 480V MCC buildings, Foxboro DCS, and Triconex PLC retrofit, loop check and commissioning. Position: E&I Engineer: Maraven Oil Project, Punto Fijo, Venezuela- Instituted electrical engineering operations on three sub-stations through installation of motor controls and Honeywell TDC with Triconex PLC. Trained local personnel on proper installation and operations.

Position: E&I Engineer: Marathon Oil DDP Project, Robinson, Illinois- Installation, QA/QC inspections and precomission checks of motor controls and Honeywell TDC with Triconex PLC equipment. Position: Electrical Field Engineer: Mobil Refinery, Beaumont Expansion Project, Beaumont, TX- Accomplished installation of 4160V and 480V Motor Control Systems. Installed H2S, Fuel Gas and O2 Analyzer Systems. Fulfilled cost and scheduling responsibilities, motor run-ins, and loop check. Professional Experience – Bay Area Engineering Inc. / Technical Fabricating & Service, Inc. Bay Area Engineering Inc. / Technical Fabricating & Service, Inc., Texas September 1990 to December 1991

Position: E&I Engineer: Exxon, Baytown Olefins Plant DBN/PRU and Hydrogen Expansion Projects. Engineering, design, layout and new installation of Honeywell TDC, Triconex PLC equipment, retrofit Panalarm system, relay logic for defeat switches and shutdowns. Loop check and precomissioning.

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