Andre Papineau ***** West Peakview Pl. Littleton, CO 80127
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Minor: Business and Economics
College: Colorado School of Mines
Graduation: May 2008
Achievements: Dean’s List, AICHE Officer, Eagle Scout
Process Design, Mechanical Design, Control Strategy, DCS Design, Safety System Design and Methodology, P&ID Drafting, 3D Design Drafting, Modeling, Technical Reports, Data Analysis, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Development
Maintenance and Reliability, Efficiency, Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs), Management of Change (MOC)
Training, Team Building, Personal and Professional development, Mentoring and Coaching
MS Office, ASPEN, HYSIS, WinSim, Solid Works, AutoCAD, SketchUp, Maximo (CMMS)
Project Management & Budgeting
Requests for Quotation (RFQ), Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP), Statements of Work (SOW), Service Level Agreements (SLA), Project Budget, ROI, Legal/Contract Negotiation, Planning/Scheduling, Construction/Implementation
Risk Management & Compliance
Risk Analysis, HAZID, HAZOP, Root Cause Analysis, Risk Mitigation, FDA Medical Compliance, FDA Food Safety Compliance, Cost/Benefit Analysis, Internal and External Audits
Process Engineer – AMERICAN SHALE OIL (AMSO), RIFLE, CO 09/2013-04/2016
Designed and executed several critical multi-million dollar projects that dictated decisions and the direction of the company.
Strengthened the company HSE program through example, new procedures, and training programs.
Assessed and analyzed data and designs to aid in critical decisions for the company.
Participated and headed in technology qualification reviews to prioritize the company resources.
Authored and presented presentations and reports for internal meetings and public symposiums.
Directed and oversaw manufacturing of components through third party vendors.
Plant Engineer – AIR LIQUIDE, KENT, WA 03/2011-08/2013
Improved and maintained the Safety, Quality, Reliability and Efficiency of the Kent Air Separation Unit (ASU).
Executed projects from justification, design, planning, to implementation to increase efficiency, reduce risk, and improve safety.
Streamlined procedures and developed new tools to improve the management of maintenance, quality affairs, budgeting and planning, communication, projects, turnarounds, and training.
Oversaw the implementation and auditing for a FDA Food Safety Program for our customers.
Coordinated and executed yearly turnarounds, which included managing contractors, budgeting, scheduling, leading safety, and ensuring the proper implementation of major projects.
Established training programs for new hires and trained three new operators.
Mentored and coached young engineers rotating through the plant.
Discovered and developed the scope of work for a project that would save the company $1 million in lost product a year.
(ALLEX) Air Liquide Leading Excellence Program – AIR LIQUIDE 09/2008-03/2011 The ALLEX Program is a 24-month rotational training and development program designed to introduce new engineers to all facets of engineering discipline early in their careers. Participants work in different areas of the business to develop their knowledge and skills in real life aspects of the business.
Systems Engineer – Designed the utilities and back-up systems of Air Separation Units (ASU), editing and managing the master set of P&ID’s for the whole project, managing small plant upgrade projects, and developing tools for designing particular sections of plants.
Oil & Gas Market Business Analyst – Conducted country and refinery studies to assess the market viability, read government legislation communicated the impact/risk on current business and customer contracts; and composed next steps to minimize risk.
Plant Engineer – Assisted in the day-to-day operations of an ASU, analyzed and managed projects to improve plant efficiency, planned and scheduled plant maintenance, assisted in compressor rebuilds and cleaning, and experienced several plant start-up scenarios including both warm and cold ramp-ups.
Applications Engineer – Designed and implemented equipment used in food freezing, concrete cooling, and furnace injection using liquid nitrogen, carbon dioxide, or argon. Managed test scenarios for potential clients and worked closely with manufactures to implement projects.
Marketing/IT – Created key marketing tools to accurately and consistently present the group’s engineering portfolio. Analyzed, selected, and deployed a customer relations manager (CRM) program for the business development team. Consisted of testing and selecting the appropriate software, customizing the application to fit the team’s needs, understanding and analyzing the proposal process and implementing that into the software, working with IT to develop and code advanced customizations, and training the team to properly and effectively use the software.
Professional Development and Certifications
Project Management – Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Root Cause Analysis
Effective Communication - CMC Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs)
Technical Writing - CMC Management of Change