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Manager Project

Location:
Petaluma, California, United States
Salary:
70.00
Posted:
January 18, 2017

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LOU AZEVEDO

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EXPERIENCE: Over ** Years of Experience in the Mechanical Industry 2015 Motiva Refinery Louisiana AMITE Project $425 Million Estimating Planning and Scheduling Civil, Structural Mechanical. Estimating,Planning and Scheduling in THE P-6 PROGRAM.

1985 - 2013 TIMEC COMPANY, Vallejo, California

Construction and Estimating Manager – 2009 through 2013 Estimating Manager – Supervised five estimators from 2000 through 2009. Responsible for estimating, cost control, scheduling and field execution of the following major projects (smaller projects not listed):

Valero Refining Company – California: HCN Debottlenecking Project, 2000-2001. Project Manager. Installed several exchangers, new reactor, and several thousand feet of CS and alloy pipe.

Dow Chemical Pittsburg Ca. Tri-Star 97,000 Man Hours $14,000,000.00.

Tosco Refining Company – Avon: 3HDS/HHPS Mechanical Piping Turnaround, 2000. Installed several HP vessels and piping.

Exxon – Benicia Refinery: EQIP Project, 1998. Installed new selenium reduction unit.

Chevron – Richmond: Wax Rerun Shutdown, 1995.

Exxon – Benicia Refinery: Clean Fuels Project, 1995. Responsible for 40,000 feet of off-plot piping installation and facilities. 2000+ members of structural steel installed and seismic upgrades. All work performed in operating units. Superintendent – New Construction and Turnarounds; 1985 – 200 0.

(Piping Supervisor - 1989 and 1990 Exxon Coker turnarounds) 1983 to PETER KIEWIT GEOTHERMAL GEYSERS, Concord, California 1985 General Foreman, Unit 17

1981 to BECHTEL, Richmond, California

1983 General Foreman, Chevron RLOP Project

1965 to SCOTT MECHANICAL, San Francisco, California 1981

General Superintendent

Supervised installation of new Exchangers and Process Piping at Humble Oil Refinery (now Exxon - Benicia).

Project Manager/Superintendent

Several large projects, including the Press Democrat Newspaper project for our client, The New York Times. This was a $31 million process piping and mechanical installation.

SPECIALIZED

TRAINING: UA Local 38 San Francisco Pipefitters Apprenticeship, 1958-1963; Bay Area Training Trust (BATT) Contractor Safety Orientation Program, 1993; Asbestos Safety, 1990; Working in Confined Areas/Confined Space Rescue Plans, 1990; Hearing Safety, 1990; Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety, 1989 & 1990; Benzene Safety, 1990; Fire Safety, 1990; Hazard Communication, 1990; Supervisory Development Course, 1989; Back School, 1990; Respiratory Protection, 1990; Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), 1989; Lockout/Tagout, 1992; Comprehensive Safety Training, 1990. SKILLS: New construction, planning, estimating, and design. EDUCATION: College of Marin, 1963-1965



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