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Foreman Boiler

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May 12, 2020

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Wesley Swor

**** *** *

Nederland Tx *****

409-***-****

adc6tx@r.postjobfree.com

To Whom It May Concern,

I have been in the construction industry since 1997 ranging from the Oil Field, QA\QC, Boilermaker, Preventative Maintenance and more just to list a few. I am seeking a career with your company in working my way through the ranks to work my way into operations.

I am very skilled in developing work scopes, keeping projects on schedule within budget always maintaining the highest level of safety, quality and production. I am very fluent in reading blue prints \ ISO, P&ID, walking down lines, LOTO, hydro testing, installation of equipment, replacement of equipment and full maintenance on all equipment from Vessels, Exchangers, Boilers, Heaters, Pumps, Motors, Skids and more.

I am always willing to go the extra mile necessary to complete a task safely, efficiently and with quality work. I am a very self-motivated individual and will teach and learn daily from all aspects of life and my career.

I began my construction career in the Oil Filed and have made numerous steps in my career including Refinery’s and LNG’s. I am currently building my second LNG facility in Hackberry, LA with the below large scope of work tasks and jobs. I was a Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor at Delek Refinery in Tyler, TX however I was not able to stay as a single father my daughter needed more of my time home, hence why I am looking to your company for an opportunity as this is home for us.

Thank you,

Wesley Swor

Wesley Swor

439 FM 2828

Warren, TX 77664

409-***-****

adc6tx@r.postjobfree.com

CB&I

September 2016 to Present

General Foreman / LOTO T/A

As a general foreman my job consists of assigning work packs; lining out the foreman and their crew for their daily work load. I am responsible for entering budget time, foreman and crew members time daily. It is my responsibility to oversee the foreman and crews throughout their daily shifts to make sure they are working safe, working with quality and lastly production, that foreman and crew members are performing their jobs to CB&I’s correct policies and procedures of build it clean, build it safe and zero rework. I meet with engineers daily to discuss work packs, inspections and upcoming work fronts. I work with my supervisor on scheduling, budgeting and organization of work fronts, I meet with training coordinators to schedule additional training for my foreman and crew members to ensure that all have the appropriate and required training to complete said tasks / work packs safely and efficiently. I handle a wide range of work packs extending from the release of foundations for setting of vessels, pumps and skids to installation of ladders and platforms, vessel internals, catalyst installation, pearl lite for cold boxes, walking down P&ID’s, LOTO, pre-commissioning, to commissioning and final closure for client. As well as any other request that additionally are required of me daily. I also am in direct charge for preservation of all static and rotating equipment from time the equipment arrives to site for storage all the way to final installation into permanent location to turn over to client.

Bechtel / Becon

March 5, 2014 to September 2016

Boiler Maker Foreman

Currently my daily tasks consist of lining out my crew’s within the Trains for Vessel Internal Installations, Catalysts installation, Thermal Oxidizer installation and all other static and rotating equipment. Installation of all duct spools, aligning flanges, installing expansion joints and torqueing all. Additional tasks I set forward for my crews are Rain Shield / Heat Shield for the Thermal Oxidizer, installing and hanging spring cans, installing gaskets and ceramic fiber packing, catalysts. In getting my crews lined out for the day I complete our Start cards and Hand card each morning with JSEA’s and JHEA’s, During my morning tool box meetings I ensure that I constantly go over ALL safety aspects, quality and production. I walk down all jobs, P&ID’s, LOTO and tasks with the entire crew prior to starting any task. This allows my foreman and crews to know isolation points, the hazards and how to eliminate them so nothing unsafe happens. Additionally I ensure Quality is also a huge factor. I strive very hard as well as my crew to have a zero re-work record while keeping productivity at an all-time high.

Wesley Swor

439 FM 2828

Warren, TX 77664

409-***-****

adc6tx@r.postjobfree.com

Team Industrial

August 4, 2013 to February 24, 2015

Boiler Maker / QC

As a Boiler Maker my job was to work with Exchangers, towers and drums. I performed all shut down work requiring all LOTO and permitting. I would ensure all exchangers went through tear down and head up all hydro’s. Additionally I would hand up all towers, drums and internals. As QC I would check all bolt ups, hydro’s, hardware, trays and packing. I worked with all inspections to get all sign offs completed with client.

Signature Industrial

June 12, 2012 to August 4, 2013

Boiler Maker / QC

While on these projects we opened manways on vessels, we pulled bundles from exchangers (some with a bundle puller and others bull rigged out.), installed valves and performed maintenance on all mechanical’s during shutdowns. Tasks consisted daily of pulling permits for LOTO and confined space to match up with work orders requiring such and performing the work in the absolute safest way mitigating all hazards and communicating before any task(s) took place within our entire crews. Additionally we installed blinds, replaced gaskets, replacing bolts and torqueing. We also on numerous vessels just performed an open and inspect for client and QC to ensure unit was operating to capacity and that no additional maintenance was needed. Many of times we would perform theses open inspections and would find tubes cracked and work orders would be open and tasks assigned to crews.

Ohmstede Industrial

April 23, 2011 to June 6, 2012

Boiler Maker /QC

Examine boilers, pressure vessels, tanks, or vats to locate defects, such as leaks, weak spots, or defective sections, so repairs can be made if necessary. Install or replacement of various valves, blind LOTTO areas, blowdowns and work on live flare lines, and all under fresh air per project specifications. Bolt or arc welds pressure vessel structures and parts together, using wrenches or welding equipment. Inspect assembled vessels or individual components, such as tubes, fittings, valves, controls, or auxiliary mechanisms, to locate any defects. Repair or replace defective pressure vessel parts, such as safety valves or regulators, using torches, jacks, caulking hammers, power saws, threading dies, welding equipment, or metalworking machinery. Attach rigging and signal crane or hoist operators to lift heavy frame and plate sections or other parts into place.

Install manholes, taps, tubes, valves, gauges, or feed water connections in drums of water tube boilers, using hand tools. Position, align, and secure structural parts or related assemblies to boiler frames, tanks, or vats of pressure vessels, following blueprints. Locate and mark reference points for columns or plates on boiler foundations, following blueprints and using straightedges, squares, transits, or measuring instruments. Clean pressure vessel equipment, using scrapers, wire brushes, and cleaning solvents.

Wesley Swor

439 FM 2828

Warren, TX 77664

409-***-****

adc6tx@r.postjobfree.com

Delek Refining LTD

November 13, 2009 to April 20, 2011

Boiler Maker Foreman

As foreman each morning I arrived to work I would retrieve all work orders from each unit(s) and assign out to my crews there tasks and work orders for the day. We would work all from filters, exchangers, towers and drums. During some portions during a shutdown I lead up receiving hired contractors in to do their tasks and work orders. I stay fully involved with my crews and contractors from filing for LOTO and confined space permits to ensuring they had the necessary materials to complete the tasks and work orders safely and on time.

Certifications:

·NCCER Boiler Maker

·30hr. Fork Lift, Man Lift

·TWIC Card

·Additional Site Specific trainings such as Cheniere LNG, Cameron LNG, CB&I Supervisor, SIPPS as just a few to mention.



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