OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging role in maintenance or construction while utilizing my skills and experience as a millwright, and enabling me to pursue further knowledge of my trade.
TWD / Suncor
Rotating Specialist Spring 2019
• Responsible for field support and creating scopes of work in the upgrader area. Minestar / Kearl Lake
Superintendent Spring 2018
• Responsible for the administration and crew activities. OPP Suncor Energy/Fort Hill’s
Construction Coordinator 2014-2017
• Responsible for the coordination of various contractors in their disciplines for the Extraction and Tailings Plant
• Consulted Vendor/Engineering for parts required and technical support
• Review Change Proposals and Issued Service requisitions
• Work with SOS program, safety walks and audits.
Suncor Energy Inc.
Turnaround Planner 2011-2013
• Responsible for planning for all rotating equipment maintenance in consecutive shutdowns, including two with over 1 million man hours
• Ordered necessary material using SAP
• Consult vendor for parts required, identify long lead items and order
• Contact vendors for reps when required for onsite service
• Do step listings and hours required for scope, using SAP
• Review scopes and history for equipment required
• Walk down all areas undergoing planned maintenance to ensure steps and man hours are accurate and to identify trades required for scope
• Gather standards/procedures/blank list/P&IDs/ISOs/vendor drawings and manuals through Livelink
• Assist with other trade packages, i.e.: piping, electrical
• Gather all information into a package and present to contractor to perform tasks
• Deliver information to schedulers to allow for accurate schedules to be created Suncor Energy Inc.
Construction Coordinator 2005-2011
• Responsible for all rotating equipment installation such as pumps (single and multi-stage), compressors (centrifugal and reciprocating), turbines, etc.
• Managed and coordinated with all trades to ensure the timely installation of new equipment & upgrades to existing equipment in various areas within the Suncor Refinery.
• Contact vendors for required support with warranty requirements
• Contact vendors for grouting, flushing (large systems), crane requirements, etc.
• Prepared reports using Microsoft Office
• Shaft alignment using dial indicator and laser
• Steam Turbines
• Single and multi-stage pumps
• Mechanical seals
• Reduction & increaser gearbox’s
• Blowers, Agitators, Conveyors, Fans and some Hydraulics
• Reciprocating and Centrifugal compressors
• Member of the Safety Committee
Delta Catalytic-Suncor Site 1986-1996
• Performed general maintenance in the Extraction, Upgrading and Maintenance shop performing overhauls
• Have training in Doors and Cranes & Small Tool Repair
• Worked Shift Maintenance in Composite Crew situation, responding to emergency calls from Upgrading Operations
• Acting Foreman as required
• Worked in Planning department scheduling and ordering parts Canadian Security Guard Services 1985-1986
• JOURNEYMAN MILLWRIGHT
Interprovincial Certificate #J-09-22225 Provincial Certificate #16-A0022154 Keyano College, Fort McMurray, Alberta
• Completed grade 12-Majored in Auto Mechanics
Sturgeon Creek Regional Secondary School, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1985 TRAINING
• Environmental Due Diligence
• Confined Space
• Confined Space
• Fall Protection
• Permit Trained
John Maychos Paul Forgeron
Construction Manager Home: 403-***-****
Kingston Construction Ltd.