CEng, CMarEng, FIMarEST, MIEEE
Repen 145, Monrupino 34016, Italy
Phone: +39-348-******* Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Engineering and Project Management Professional – Marine and Offshore Industry
An accomplished and knowledgeable Engineering and Project Management Professional with Chartered Engineer and PRINCE2 Practitioner status, and a wealth of experience in FEED, basic and detailed design, construction supervision, project engineering and the management of new-builds, refits and conversions of vessels and rigs. An inspirational and honest leader with polished communication skills and natural authority, who demonstrates the ability to build and motivate cross-functional teams of multi-disciplined and multi-cultural individuals to complete quality work on time and within budget. A positive and practical professional with proven abilities at all stages of a project life-cycle and international experience across Europe, Middle East, Far East and USA, who will be an asset to the engineering and project management team of any forward thinking organisation.
Construction Management Supervises construction and provides input for construction and commissioning methodologies
Stakeholder Management Develops and manages key strategic relationships to benefit all stakeholders
Project Management Proven ability to manage complex projects from drawing board to completion
Design Management Develops innovative solutions and resolutely manages all phases of design
People Management Experienced at recruiting, training, supervising and motivating skilled workers
Team Leadership Strong and decisive leadership of multi-cultural and multi-disciplined teams
Health and Safety Excellent safety record ensuring enforcement of health & safety procedures
Quality Control Regular inspections and audits to ensure compliance with quality standards
Ship building Extensive experience with engineering, project management and construction of new-build and conversion projects in compliance with the rules of all major Classification Societies (DNV, ABS, LR, BV, RINA, GL), and several flag states including Germany, Brazil, South Africa, UK, Bermuda, Bahamas, Liberia, St Vincent, USA and Italy
Cost Control Constantly monitors and tracks costs to achieve maximum profit on every job
Compliance Ensures adherence to Classification societies and Flag Administration regulations, current industry applicable standards, and good engineering practice.
Languages English & Italian (fluent), Slovenian, French and German (good)
Driving Unlimited weight commercial license – full and clean
Education and Qualifications
PRINCE2 Practitioner APMG 2015
PRINCE2 Foundation APMG 2014
Chartered Engineer British Engineering Council through the IMarEST, UK 2014
Incorporated Engineer British Engineering Council through the IMarEST, UK 2013
BEng (Hons) Open University, UK Ongoing
Scientific Lyceum Diploma Liceo Scientifico Statale “G.Oberdan”, Trieste -Italy 1985
Key I.T. Skills
Design & General ETAP, Autocad, Microstation, PDMS, Catia, Tribon, MS Office and project software
PLC languages Siemens S7, Allen-Bradley, General Electric, Mitsubishi, Kongsberg and Schneider
Administrator Windows 95, Windows NT, UNIX Sys V, Linux
Programmer Clipper, ANSI C, C++, SQL
5/2015 – present DEVA Management, China Engineering Manager/Deputy Project Manager
Managing the engineering group within an Engineering and Project Management Team acting as client representative on the design (FEED and detailed), construction/conversion, commissioning and installation of oil tanker Mare Adriacum to FPSO Cyrus, and deputising for the Project Manager in his absence.
Advising the client on the most reliable technical solutions required to achieve a 25-years life without dry-docking projected for the vessel
Managing engineering contractor and shipyard to ensure that design and construction were supplied with adequate capabilities, and reviewing their work to ascertain compliance with contractual documents and applicable rules with regard to all disciplines.
7/2013 – 3/2015 Perenco, France Senior Project Engineer
Leading the design from concept, through FEED, to detailed phase for a new build FPSO and relevant subsea development to be installed on the Yombo field, Congo. The design entailed production from a H2S-rich field, producing crude and gas at high pressure.
Advising the client on the most reliable technical solutions required to achieve a twenty-years life without dry-docking projected for the vessel
Assisting with selection of engineering contractors and shipyard with adequate capabilities
Managing the engineering contractors and reviewing their work to ascertain compliance with the applicable rules with regard to all disciplines
Selecting equipment manufacturers based on previous project experience
10/2012 – 6/2013 Technip, Malaysia Project Engineering Manager
Steered a multi-disciplined team of engineers in the FEED review, redrafting and approval, and in the subsequent basic design of the conversion of a double hull Aframax tanker into FPSO Bukit Tua, and relevant subsea interfaces, for M3NERGY-Petronas. The vessel has now been installed on the Bukit Tua field and is producing from an H2S-rich field.
Succeeded in using almost exclusively local workforce despite the scarcity of local offshore experience
4/2012 – 10/2012 ExxonMobil, UAE Project Engineer
Led a multi-disciplined team of staff and contractors in the design of the conversion of two Aframax tankers to Modular Capture Vessels satisfying ABS and USCG requirements in the frame of the MWCS project
Design of the modifications to ship structures
Specification of the modifications to the main engine
Management of life extension and modification works, including
Installation of a dedicated module on the poop deck for the newly required generating capacity,
Installation of four retractable azimuth thrusters in dedicated compartments installed inside the cargo tanks
Installation of a pipe rack, under-deck stiffening and stools, and interconnecting piping and cabling for removable topsides modules on the main deck
Development of the safety case, definition of hazardous areas, and review of safety assessments
Complete revision and upgrade of the safety systems to comply with IMO MODU Code, including Fire&Gas, ESD/ICSS and firefighting systems.
Chairing of HAZOP and HAZID reviews by client and Class
Management of the subsea interfaces
The first two ships combining the characteristics of a FPSO and a Dynamically Positioned vessel
Resolved issues in accordance with USCG requirements and the company standards of 5 oil majors
2011 – 4/2012 Bechtel, Italy Project Engineer EIT
Managed the electrical discipline within the PMT overseeing the EPC contractor for Stage 3 (Polyolefin and Low density Polyethilene) of Borouge (ADNOC Group) petrochemical plant in Al Ruwais, UAE
Undertook this project to assess the differences between the petrochemical industry offshore and onshore, and concluded that as very little changes I can consider myself up to date with both
2010 – 2011 Allseas Engineering, The Netherlands Principal E&I Engineer
Assessed and completed a detailed design to Norsok standards for the DP3 heavy-lift pipelay and decommissioning vessel Pieter Schelte (now Pioneering Spirit), including reworking some basic design criteria related to the DP system, the safety case and the pipe-lay tensioning system, and defining construction engineering packages for electrical, instrumentation, telecoms and safety disciplines.
The Pioneering Spirit is currently the largest pipe-lay vessel in the world, and the only existing platform decommissioning vessel able to remove topsides and jacket in a single journey, and is fitted with a DP system exceeding the requirements of Class 3.
The design review of the vessel required the study of multiple studies on decommissioning of the North Sea offshore platforms, that the ship had been designed to carry out, and that gave me invaluable information on the state-of-the-art concepts and operational procedures as envisaged by Oil Majors.
2009 – 2010 Noble Denton, UAE Principal Engineer
Undertook FME(C)As and audits of DP systems, as well as annual and suitability trials, design reviews and appraisals, constructability and decommissioning studies including lifting operations of topside modules both alongside and offshore, whilst managing construction and commissioning of projects across various regions.
Managed CMIDs, incident investigations, pre-purchase and pre-charter surveys, periodic class surveys as well as providing technical support for the preparation of proposals and tenders for various clients in the UAE and abroad.
Provided project and construction management services for four DP2 AHTS built by Universal Shipyard, Yokohama and Niigata Shipbuilding, for Sanko Shipping
Provided technical support and construction supervision to the upgrade of two jackup drilling rigs in Mussafah, UAE, and to the owner of two DP2 Diver-support PSVs built at Dalian, China.
Design review of the marine systems and HV power generation for an FPSO under development at Wison Offshore in Nantong, China.
Technical management of decommissioning and removal of FPSO SEVAN VOYAGEUR from the Shelley field, in the central UK North Sea.
Engineering support to the design of FSRU “Toscana” for SAIPEM, successively built at Dubai Drydocks.
Design review of machinery and marine systems for a class of LNG carriers for Qatargas.
Design and Safety Assessments, Risk Reviews, Reviewing and Amending of Safety Cases, HAZOP and HAZID, Fire and Gas layout reviews, Hazardous Area reviews, FERA, SIL Assessments, Task Based Risk Analysis and FEED studies of various newbuilds and conversions
Planning, project management and construction management support to dry-docking of pipelay vessel Audacia for Allseas.
Asset Management Advisor to the Abu Dhabi Port Authority on the expansion of port facilities.
Design review of oil export systems to be installed on a new jetty at the Aramco refinery in Ras Tanura.
Technical, project management, and construction management support to McDermott for the refurbishment and upgrade of their DB50 and Agile vessels
Development and review of SIMOPS and ERP plans on behalf of various Operators and EPCs.
Engineering support to incident investigations
Developed a broad working knowledge of marine warranty surveys and quality assurance
Managed at various levels a good number of shipbuilding projects of various size.
2008 – 2009 Technip, France Project Engineer E&I
Coordinated the FEED and detailed design of electrical, control, instrumentation and safety systems for a new-build DP2 deep-sea flexible pipelay vessel for Petrobras, with K-lay and J-lay systems, and ROVs fitted with an electric-driven tensioning system.
Development and implementation of the first fully electric flexible pipe lay system with active front-end drives able to feed the recuperated energy into the vessel main electric network
2008 – 2008 Babcock Marine, UK Lead E&I Engineer
Completed basic electrical, control and instrumentation system design to Norsok standards for the conversion of four ULCCs into FSOs on behalf of Maersk Oil Qatar.
2007 – 2008 SAIPEM, UAE Project Engineer (EIT & Safety)
Managed the FEED and detailed design to Norsok standards of electrical, instrumentation, telecoms and safety systems for the DP3 semi-submersible drilling platform Scarabeo 8 for ENI Norge.
Definition of basis of design, operating philosophies and technical specifications for all electrical, instrumentation, telecoms and safety systems.
Management of the engineering team and review of their work to ascertain compliance with the applicable rules with regard to EIT and safety disciplines.
Evaluation of electro-mechanical equipment for power generation, ship manoeuvring and drilling systems, and their integration in the ship electrical network and control systems.
Liaison with vendors to integrate owner-supplied VSDs and motors with drilling mechanical equipment.
2006 – 2007 Single Buoy Moorings, Monaco Senior Electrical Engineer
Managed the FEED and detailed design of marine, topsides power generation and distribution systems for FPSO BC10 – Espirito Santo for Royal Dutch Shell - first FPSO driving & controlling high voltage ESPs.
Conducted HAZOP, HAZID, HAZAN, FMECA and SAFOP in collaboration with Shell. The vessel was due to operate on a field producing sour gas at high pressure/high temperature, and heavy crude.
Monitored MV and LV distribution and evaluated suppliers for MV static and rotating electro-mechanical equipment and switchgear
Managed the electrical and control interface with the subsea part of the field development, including swivel and HV subsea pumps VFDs
Coordinated the design review of vessel safety passive and active systems, in accordance to relevant rules, to the satisfaction of Class and Shell.
2005 – 2006 Danieli Officine Meccaniche Spa, Italy Director of Installation & Commissioning
Directed all installation and commissioning activities for international projects in the steel industry, managing a yearly budget of €several hundred-millions, and a multi-cultural staff of 70 employees and 250 consultants
Contributed to the set-up of various plants for flat and long products in Russia, Kazakhstan, India, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Vietnam, China, Sudan, Brazil, Chile, USA, Canada and Austria
Reviewed tenders and proposals for the installation and commissioning of systems ahead of client discussions and approval
Managed crisis situations in remote locations, delivering projects on time and within budget.
2003 – 2005 Freelance Engineering Consultant, Italy
Undertook projects for the Italian Navy, including developing the safety case, FEED and detailed design for the safety systems of the new aircraft carrier (CVL) ‘Conte di Cavour’ and developing technical specifications for the mid-life upgrade of navigation systems on Maestrale-class frigates
Uniquely designed safety systems for a naval vessel using commercial off-the shelf technology
Developed a feasibility and principle design study of a Fire Detection System built in compliance with SOLAS regulations, using non-proprietary protocols and components, for Elesys Ltd
Researched and identified modifications to be carried out on GT-driven generating sets for Centrax Ltd, to enable their usage on LNG carriers, MODUs and FPSOs, in compliance with industry rules
2000 – 2003 P&O S.N. Co., UK Electrical & Safety Engineering Coordinator
Managed budgets varying between 30 and 50 million pounds for the installation of electrical, automation, safety and telecommunication systems on new-build passenger vessels.
Developed a common user interface for all safety sub-systems on board, known as Safety Management System (SMS), integrated by a Decision Support System, that has now become a standard in the industry and is being marketed under various names by the major players in the marine industry, and adopted by all cruise companies.
Managed the repair measures to be carried out on the Diamond Princess after the fire that severely damaged her at three months from delivery.
Managed the alignment of contractual ship specifications for newbuilds after acquisition of Aida Cruises
Managed the design and implementation of cold-ironing facilities in Canada and Alaska (US)
Managed from conception to implementation several EU-funded R&D projects aimed at developing new functions in safety and navigations systems, including automatic mooring and docking systems involving modifications to port facilities and towing services.
Provided project management, planning and technical support for the dry-docking of several company-owned cruise vessels, including class certificate renewals with LRS and USCG
Performed project/construction management functions during the construction of the Golden Princess
Managed repairs and upgrades to various vessels in operation
Lead a study aimed at proving the feasibility, safety and efficiency of a dual-fuel LNG/low-sulphur MDO system to use on vessels bound to environmentally sensitive locations.
1998 – 2000 P&O Cruises, UK Electrical and Safety Surveyor
Surveyed installation of electrical systems on Aurora and Ocean Princess, conducted acceptance tests and trials for electrical/electronic equipment, safety equipment and deck machinery to be installed on a.m. vessel
1999 – 1999 Italian Air Force - 6th Fighter Bomber Sqdn., Italy Snr Pilot Officer – Sqdn Leader
Planning and flying IDS missions on MRCA Tornado aircrafts during “Allied Force” air operations against Serbia
1997 – 1998 Thomas Gregor Associates, USA Site Manager
Managed all aspects of the installation and commissioning of audio and theatrical lighting systems in the theatres of the Grand Princess, including the recruitment and management of local contractors and supervision of the installation of fixed and moving structures to support the theatrical systems.
1995 – 1997 SLIE Srl, Italy Deputy Engineering Manager
Organised and managed a detached technical office, including training of up to 34 staff, to support Fincantieri Marine Group with the detailed design of prototype vessels for P&O (Grand Princess), Carnival (Destiny) and Disney (Magic)
1990 – 1995 Measurex Corp., USA Senior Software and Control Engineer
1990 – 1991 Italian Air Force - 50th Autonomous Fighter Bomber Sqdn Snr Pilot Officer – TCO
Planning and flying IDS missions on Panavia Tornado aircrafts in the framework of “Desert Storm” operations against Iraq
1988 – 1990 Tecnopower Srl, Italy Customer Support Service Manager
1987 – 1988 Italian Air Force - 23rd Interceptor Fighter Sqdn., Italy Pilot Officer
Flying CAP missions on Lockeed F-104 in the framework of the NATO integrated air defence as part of my national service
1986 – 1987 Consulenti Associati Sas, Italy Analyst Programmer
1985 – 1986 SIRTI SpA, Italy Field Engineer
Introduction to Subsea Engineering Course Robert Gordon University 2013
Offshore Drilling Course SAIPEM 2007
Expert Witness Training Course UK Maritime & Coastguard Agency 2001
Principles of FME(C)A Analysis Course International Marine Contractors Association 2000