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Project Manager Engineer

Katy, Texas, United States
October 04, 2016

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Katy, TX 77494

rbmoreno@713-***-**** com

Profile Professional with expertise in fabrication and project management that safely delivers on- time quality subsea equipment. Delivers results by executing against demanding timelines, objectives and complex project challenges. Acts decisively by applying business rigor and judgment to make tough decisions by applying experienced engineering practices. Highly motivated, eager to learn, driven for success and adapts well to change in any environment.

Career History

1/14-9/15 BP America – Houston, TX

GPO GoM Subsea Fabrication Team Lead

Led a team of two BP staff and five agency contractors, to safely deliver and remained off of critical path of subsea equipment. Accountable of a $10MM annual fabrication budget, that spanned across (4) four projects. Developed the strategy with cost justification and executed the plan to sunset the fabrication site in Port Fourchon and relocate to Omega Natchiq in New Iberia, LA. Worked with Omega’s leadership team to transition BP managing the build of jumpers to Omega taking on more accountability by providing more quality and cost controls.

8/11-12/13 BP America – Houston, TX

GPO GoM Subsea Fabrication Jumper Lead

Managed a team of one BP staff, eight agency contractors, eleven third party vendors that delivered over 75 jumpers and installation equipment aides at BP influenced fabrication yard ( Fourchon Fabrication Site) in Port Fourchon, LA. Delivered a Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) of 0.0, in which the site also was utilized as a shore base, marshalling site and emerging scopes of work.

7/05-8/11 Technip Offshore, Inc. – Houston, TX

Senior Project Specialist

BP Macondo, MC252 Incident

Macondo Close-Out Project Product Lead

Accountable for equipment cost evaluations, product guides and the physical handover of the manifolds, connector systems, goosenecks, choke assemblies, burst disc assemblies, adapter flanges, and flexible pipes to the Marine Well Containment Consortium

(MWCC). Managed cross company team, six suppliers and eleven contractors. Macondo Deconstruction Project (MDP) Product Lead

Decontaminated, refurbished and re-test the manifolds, connector systems, goosenecks, choke assemblies, burst disc assemblies, adapter flanges, and flexible pipes after the equipment was brought up to the shore base in Port Fourchon, LA. Managed cross company team, six suppliers and seven contractors. Knowledgeable of BP GoM Safe Practices Manual and referenced during HAZID sessions, Job Safety Environmental Analysis and risk associated with work tasks.

Containment and Disposal Project (CDP) Manifold Delivery Engineer

Safely designed, manufactured, tested and installed offshore a six hub manifold with hydraulic and chemical injection circuits and six ancillary pieces of equipment (fabricated by Cameron-Berwick, LA) in less than one month. Created a manifold ancillary equipment manual, Lessons Learned document, Offshore Work Plans, Operation Notes and deconstruction plans. Managed cross company team, two suppliers and two contractors.

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BP Atlantis

Project Engineer for the Cross-Over (XO) PLEM

A manifold with electrical and hydraulic controls, and chemical injection. Coordinated the design and scope of work for nine vendors, as well as managed tasks, resources and dependencies.

Offshore experience as a Challenger (college graduate) Mentor for the North Flank, PLET pin pile jetting installation campaign on board Transocean’s Drill Developer II- GoM Green Canyon 743

Drafted FMC bid packages for SS-2 manifolds and TP PLEM, which consisted of functional specifications and scope of work

Lead Site Engineer in New Iberia, LA for fabrication and Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of PLETs and PLEMs

Expedited PLET components from OEMs by explaining Lean Manufacturing, one piece flow techniques

Wrote bid package specifications for 10ksi subsea swing check valve and the insulation shrouds for MAX-8 and MAX-14 connectors

Participated in System Integration Testing (SIT) for the subsea architecture, FAT of the PLET Subsea Pull In System (PSPS), Subsea Pig Launcher/Receiver and Long Term Pressure Caps (LTPC), manifold deck pressure testing, HAZIDs and HAZOPs for the manifold preservation

Created Functional, Fabrication, and FAT Specifications for PLETs, PLEMs, manifolds, flowline jumpers and well jumpers

Assist the Manifold Tie In System (ManTIS) BP Lead in all aspects of the manifolds, PLETs, PLEMs, jumpers and PSPS including review and approval of documentation and coordinating contractor efforts

BP Dorado

Produced Scope of Work document for the well jumpers to be manufactured and tested in Port Fourchon, LA. Completed this task in one week and began fabrication before scheduled commencement.

BP Mardi Gras Transportation System

Hydrate Remediation Team, Pressure Testing Lead, New Iberia, LA. Member of a five man team that designed, fabricated, tested and delivered a pipe line hydrate by-pass system in one month. Utilized resources from Omega, FMC, Oil States, and Oceaneering to successfully obtain First Oil for Atlantis in October of 2006. 12/03-7/05 Ameri-Forge Group Inc. – Houston, TX

Manufacturing Engineer

Performed Cost Analysis and created justifications on purchasing $1.5 million worth of CNC production machinery

Project Manager for NYC Subway Project

Quoted machining times for potential projects

Determined speeds and feeds and tooling packages for special projects

Reduced set-up times and increased through put by incorporating a Lean Plant layout Powell Electrical Manufacturing Company - Houston, TX 1/01-5/03 Project Manager - Sales

Manage multiple million-dollar projects simultaneously

Sole Project Manager for BP America Deepwater Development Programs

Adhered to contractual terms and conditions and customer technical specifications

Quoted project change orders and negotiated commercial issues with customers

Coordinated project budgeting, scheduling, manufacturing and post shipment inquires

Committed to meeting the expectations of the customer’s requirements and being responsive to their varying needs

Secured the customer relationships to maximize profits for the company 1/98-1/01 Manufacturing Engineer

Project Engineer Coordinator for Pratt and Whitney Power System Brian Moreno’s resume 3

Responsible for copper fabrication, PVC process, vacuum circuit breaker assembly, Power Control Room assembly, and bus duct assembly departments.

Member of a ten-month competitive bidding team resulting in savings of $1.3 million

Participated in Kaizen Events both in and outside my areas of responsibilities

Experience with CNC bus bar fabricators, CNC press brakes and mechanical punches

Facilitated numerous productivity improvement teams

Kept various Environmental and Safety records

Drafted process procedures per ISO 9001 standards

Created Capital Budgets for responsible departments

Accountable for part routing and costing


Texas A&M University- College Station, TX

Bachelor of Science - Manufacturing Engineering

December 1997

Professional Development

BP Houston Citizen Action Program Council- Co-Chair, 2013-2015

Transportation Security Administration, Transportation Worker Identification Credential 2008-Present

SafeGulf - Safety Awareness Orientation, 2007

Society for Underwater Technology Subsea Seminar, Key Elements of Subsea Tiebacks, 2007

BP GoM License To Go Offshore Orientation; 2005

Texas A&M University System, Sea Survival, Helicopter Safety & Egress; 2005- Present

Kennametal University, Comprehensive Application Engineering Course; 2004

Society of Manufacturing Engineers, President’s Circle; 2003

Baker Communications, Win Win Negotiations; 2002

Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Lean Manufacturing Challenge, 2002

Society of Manufacturing Engineers, HOUTEX Exhibitor Advisory Committee, 2002

Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Past Chair- Houston Chapter 29; 1999-Present

Recipient of SME Student Chapter 99 Alumni Certificate of Appreciation; 1998

Association for Manufacturing Excellence, Member number- 44020; 1998

Continuing Education Credits SME Fab-Tech Classes1998, Advanced Project 98/2000- 2001

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