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Mechanical Construction manager

Location:
Mansoura, Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt
Posted:
January 09, 2020

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Mohammed Hassoun “Mechanical/Industrial Engineer”

**, ***** *** **-******* St, Mansoura, Egypt

Cell Phone/Contact Number: +20-100-***-**** “Egypt/International Roaming”

+20-502-***-*** “Home”

ada854@r.postjobfree.com

Career summary

A resourceful engineer who is vastly experienced in engineering and construction from the initial conceptual stage, through bidding and till the project completion, with over 15 years professional engineering experience in Commissioning, Contracting, Operations and Maintenance, physically fit and able to work on-site and at remote locations, I’m more than willing to undertake any work of a technical nature that falls within my ability and competence. I have a solid record of quality, health, safety and environmental focus when working on projects, and I’m committed to my personal and professional development. Right now I’m looking for a suitable position with a forward thinking company.

Academic qualification

Sep-1998 Till May-2003: Bachelors of science degree (B.Sc.) In Industrial and Mechanical Engineering “5 Years Degree”, Accredited

Mansoura University, Mansoura, DK, Egypt

-Major: Industrial and Mechanical Engineering -Accumulative Grade is (GOOD)

-Last Year Grade was (Very Good) -Graduation Project Grade is (Excellent)

Key skills

-Decision making, problem solving and creativity -Communication and coordination with site staff

-Construction auditing, reporting and documenting -Planning, organizing and estimation

-Interacting with vast computer applications and drafting -Experience in various mechanical fields

-Experience with American, British and Egyptian standards -Ability to be creative in a stressful situations

Experience

Sep 2018 –Dec. 2019: Construction Manager “Diesel –EMD- Power Plant Construction”

Centerra Group, US Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba http://www.centerragroup.com

I Joined Centerra Group as a Construction Manager for a Multiple Award Construction

Contract in United States Naval Station and Guantanamo Bay Cuba.

The project I was in charge of was renovation and upgrades of an existing EMD power generation plant, the plant was the main facility that supplied power to the base, the plant consists of 10 EMD Units with a total rated capacity of 20MW.

The renovation consisted of complete upgrade of the PLC/SCADA system of the power plant, upgrades to the existing OPWG fiber optics network, and fuel efficiency upgrades.

The project also included upgrades to existing substations PLCs, switch gear upgrades and civil work.

My duties includes but not limited to:

Plan and achieve the most cost and time efficient plan

Allocate resources to accomplish the project in hand

Review and adapt designs in field by using UFGS and UFC standards and coordinating with the designer to meet the client requirements

Efficiently estimating and ordering the bill of materials

Verify quality standards and international construction standards are being met efficiently on hand

Technical decision making in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical work aspects

Coordinate and running meetings between different sub-contractors

Scheduling and reporting to senior management

Foresee possible obstacles and planning appropriate solutions to overcome it

Plan and oversee day to day activities

Sep. 2016 – Sep 2018: Shift In-charge Engineer “Power plant LM6000 PC * 5 Units” GE Manufacturer.

TNB-KN JV (TNB-REMACO Joint venture Kharafi National), Kuwait

http://www.kharafinational.com

http://www.tnbremaco.com.my

I joined TNB-KN in Kuwait as Mechanical Engineer. The power plant contains of (LM6000 PC * 5 units) and several auxiliaries (Air compressors, Gas Compressors, chiller, water treatment system, firefighting system and 5 Auxiliaries transformers)

- My duties includes but not limited to:

Team leader of Gas turbines and auxiliaries.

Coordinating P.T.W. instructions and Safety issues with Maintenance departments for units and auxiliaries.

Responsibility of daily Operation activities report to top management and MEW.

Monitoring performed Gas Turbines units and auxiliaries.

Organizing and supporting the staff while starting up and shutting down GT units.

May 2015 –May 2016: Project Engineer / SR. Lead Engineer “Fuel Storage Solutions and General Construction”

Supreme Group Int. “Mali, West Africa” http://www.supreme-group.net

I joined Supreme Construction operations in Africa projects centered in Mali, as a project engineer for Multi Million dollars Projects in Mali, Supreme group is the prime fuel Supplier “Diesel, Jet” and one of the major contractors for the United Nations mission in Mali “MINUSMA”, US Department of Defense “DOD”, UK Ministry of Defense, Supreme build, own and operate fuel plants in more than 22 cities in Mali for the UN.

My job is to plan, achieve and supervise the construction projects for the company in the different areas, including Civil,

Earthworks, concrete structures, Steel Structures, Plumbing, Mechanical “Fuel Pipe lines, firefighting, HVAC, Plumbing, Power plants”, Electrical and accommodation erection.

Supreme Group is an American international firm with headquarters in USA, UAE, UK, Switzerland, and Germany

- My duties includes but not limited to:

Plan and achieve the most cost and time efficient plan

Allocate resources to accomplish the project in hand

Review and adapt designs in field and coordinating with the designer to meet the client requirements

Efficiently estimating and ordering the bill of materials

Verify quality standards and international construction standards are being met efficiently on hand

Technical decision making in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical work aspects

Coordinate and running meetings between different sub-contractors

Scheduling and reporting to senior management

Foresee possible obstacles and planning appropriate solutions to overcome it

Plan and oversee day to day activities

June 2007 – May 2015: Deputy Mechanical Maintenance Manager for CCGT. Model MS 5001P

Middle Delta Electricity Production Co. (MDEP Co.) Talkha power plant section.

I’ve Rejoined MDEP again that was because of my dedication and performance plus the history and personal reputation I have there. The Plants contains (MS 5001P * 8 units) Mark VIe

- My duties included but weren’t limited to:

Scheduling, reporting and assisting the Sector Manager

Plan and oversee day to day Maintenance activities

Plan and achieve the most cost and time efficient plan

Efficiently estimating and ordering the bill of materials

Performing commissioning reports for all units after inspections.

Performing overhaul (major) inspection for Gas turbine units.

Performing Hot paths inspection for units.

Performing Combustion chambers inspection for Units.

Performing all tolerance and alignments for all mechanical parts.

Dealing with daily Troubleshooting and manage it.

Inspect all clearance for all the units which were at inspections and manage it in the rated by forming at interior workshop.

Surveying Tenders of Spare parts for Gas turbines.

Supervising the annual inventory for warehouses of spare parts

April 2005 – June 2007: Mechanical operation Engineer “Power Plant Operation and Maintenance”

Middle Delta Electricity Production Co. (MDEP Co.) Talkha power plant section.

- My duties included but weren’t limited to:

Scheduling, reporting and assisting the Sector Manager

1st Shift engineer in the plant and performing the daily technical report while night shift.

Operating steam turbine units of (2 x 45 Mega Watts).

Operating HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator) of (8 x 45 tons Steam/Hour).

Operating gas unites of (8 x 25 Mega Watts).

Dealing with firefighting of the site.

Knowledge of makeup of Distilled water for the steam turbine.

Performing switchgear operation with National Control Center to connect and disconnect 220 K.V grid function.

Dealing with different types of transformers (11.5/220Kv, 11.5/3Kv, and 11.5Kv/400v), Transformers Lines and protection equipment.

Dealing with different types of mechanical equipment (Boilers, Pump sand compressors)

December 2003 – April 2005: Lieutenant Officer and commander of the Military workshop “Construction”

Egyptian Ministry of Defense/ Egyptian Armed Forces

During my military service, I worked in a field matching my academic background which gave an early kick start to my engineering career in Maintenance department for diesel engines.

Languages

English “Level: Very Good” Speaking, Writing

Arabic Mother Tongue

Computer Skills

AutoCAD 2D Excellent

Microsoft Office Package Excellent

Microsoft Project Excellent

Primavera Intermediate

Affiliation

Egyptian engineering syndicate

Engineers Federation



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