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Electrical Engineer Manager

Philadelphia, PA
October 21, 2019

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Ivelaw O. Peters. PE

Pennsylvania Professional Engineer Registration #: PE039962E

(Passed Electrical PE examination in 1990 – Passed Mechanical PE examination in 2002)


To obtain a challenging position as a Senior Engineer, Senior Project Manager, Facilities Engineer/Manager using the skills and knowledge that I have acquired over the thirty plus years of electrical and mechanical engineering experience. EXPERIENCE

Consultant/Project Manager 11/2007 - Present

Extensive electrical and mechanical engineering, project management and consulting for a number of clients. My responsibilities included design and layout of substations, specifying and installation of transformers, switchgears, motor control centers and starters, and performing calculations for fault circuits, arc faults, substations/feeder sizing, voltage drops, and transmission lines. I have also created a great many single line diagrams for all of the aforementioned responsibilities. Some of the mechanical engineering work performed including design specifications and installations for pumps, HVAC systems, and power generators. I have also been part of multiple energy efficiency and harmonic disturbance studies.

Sr. Electrical Engineer 8/2007-11/2007

Patrick Engineering, Wayne, PA

I was originally hired to work on new utility substation projects. Budgetary cuts eventually prevented the substations from going live. I stayed on to help finish several underground distribution project.

Sr. Electrical Engineer 9/2006-5/2007

Peco, Philadelphia, PA

I was the project lead on a new team of consultants and designers brought on to support an overflow of new customers to Peco. My team was responsible for full design and specification on a number of new projects. We were creating designs to supply electric power to residential, commercial, government and industrial customers. Electrical Engineering Project Manager 5/2005-8/2006 All Star Services Inc. (FAA/Atlantic City Airport) I was responsible for all electrical engineering functions onsite for a company providing complete facilities management services to the Federal Aviation Authority. We used the 1

CMMS Archibus software to oversee and document all project efforts and maintenance activities.

Electrical Engineer 11/2000 – 11/2003

PHA Philadelphia, PA

Reviewing and correcting electrical drawings and designs prepared by architectural engineering firms for residential constructions. I was then tasked with preparing performance specifications and efficiency studies for ongoing oversight. Project Engineer 10/1989 - 6/2000

US General Services Administration Philadelphia, PA Preparing scopes of work for third party engineering and architectural designs of governmental buildings. These designs needed to be in compliance with state and federal rules and regulations. I was responsible for engaging with all construction management services in order to ensure quality design and integration of all electrical systems, including power generation, HVAC concerns, and system redundancy. Senior Project Engineer 2/1982 - 9/1989

Septa Philadelphia, PA

Responsible for upgrading existing transit system substations by specifying, designing and installing modern electrical equipment, mechanical systems and general construction repairs. I was the senior engineer and project lead on all projects from pre-design to commissioning.

Project Engineer 8/1978 - 1/1982

Scott Paper Co. Philadelphia, PA

Responsible for designing and installing power distribution equipment, motor control centers, AC and DC motors, variable speed drives and control panels in paper manufacturing facilities.

Project Engineer 7/1976 - 8/1978

Fiber Industries Florence, SC

Responsible for designing and installing AC and DC motors, AC and DC variable speed drives, motor control centers, control panels and power distribution equipment in manufacturing plant.

Electrical Engineer 7/1973 - 6/1976

Potomac Electric Power Co.Washington, DC


Responsible for specifications, design and installation of all major electrical equipment in multiple utility substations. Equipment included transformers, switchgear, relaying protection and power distribution.

EDUCATION BSEE – Howard University Washington, DC

Skill Level Experience

Power Systems Expert 30

System Design Expert 30

National Electrical Standards Expert 30

Mechanical Systems Intermediate 10

Fluid Dynamics Intermediate 10

HVAC Intermediate 10

Engineering Economic Studies Intermediate 15

Emergency Power Management Expert 30

Energy Management Systems Intermediate 5

AutoCAD Intermediate 3

Project Management Expert 25

Facility Management Expert 25

Facility Maintainence Expert 25

Plant Engineering Expert 25

Networking Intermediate 3

Continuing Engineering Education

1. Mission Critical Power systems and Critical Operating Power systems.

-Level of redundancy (N, N+1,N+2, 2N,. etc.)

-Generators (gas, diesel, turbine).

-UPS Concepts

-Cooling Systems and Methodology

2. Smart Grid Electrical Power System and Substation Automation.

-Application of IEC 61850.

-IEEE 1547: Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems

- Ethernet applications in substations


3. PA State Requirements for Professional Engineer License Renewal.

-Completed ASHRAE HVAC Courses( Waterside and Airside Applications).


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1. Cellular: 267-***-****

2. Home: 215-***-****




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