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Construction Project Manager/Engineer

Location:
Port Saint Joe, Florida, 32456, United States
Salary:
85000
Posted:
March 09, 2011

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JOHN ANTOL

(**+*) 850-***-**** bofjj3@r.postjobfree.com

• Results-oriented multi tasked skilled professional with a solid supervisory background of over 30 years construction and mechanical maintenance experience at home and as an expat.

• Background includes completing assignments in challenging environments,

including areas of semi-skilled labor during supply shortages

• Construction and maintenance experience includes environmental upgrades, retrofits, modernizations and grassroots construction as well, in oil and gas, power generating, and manufacturing industries.

• Implement company HSE policies and contract HSE requirements

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Physically fit to meet the demands of construction and maintenance.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

• Willing to relocate and free to travel at home and abroad

Career Accomplishments

January 2009 to January 2011

Senior Mechanical Superintendent

Most recently completed two year contract with Kellogg Brown and Root General Contractor on a multi-billion dollar gas to liquids project in Escravos Nigeria for Chevron with over 20 million safe man hours.

Organized and managed mechanical department with staff of 2 Mechanical Engineers, 2 Rotating Engineers and 2 Mechanical Supervisors.

Coordinated installation of all static and rotating equipment with subcontractor

Coordinated Structural and civil projects

Overseen subcontractors and local community contractors mechanical Departments

Worked with planners and schedulers to meet milestones and complete projects on time.

Interacted with various vender representatives on equipment installations

Participated with company operations staff in all pre-commissioning and startup activities

2008

Senior Mechanical Superintendent

$200 million FGD project with over 2 million safe man hours with Fluor Corp. for SCE&G power plant Eastover South Carolina.

Setup Millwright Department ensuring proper tools and equipment were ordered

Organized equipment preservation schedule

Organized a safe daily work plan utilizing 30 man crew

Met daily with Construction Superintendent and craft superintendents for work coordination

Oversaw timelines to complete projects on time and under budget

2007

Mechanical Superintendent

New construction of two 800 MW Coal fired power plants with Fluor Corp. for Luminant Franklin Texas

Created daily work plan for crew

Oversaw the installation of coal pulverizers, pre-heaters, fans, boiler feed pumps, steam turbines and generators.

Scheduled equipment preservation

Ensured equipment installations were to ITP’s and meet QA/QC requirements in a safe manner.

Maintained excellent safety record with no recordable incidents

2006

Mechanical Superintendent

New construction of 242 MW coal fired power plant with Fluor Enterprises for Newmont Mining Elko Nevada

PMI’s project of the year award Fluor delivered the project 5 weeks before deadline.

Oversaw installation and pre-commissioning of all plant equipment

Interfaced with logistic managers to keep an even flow of needed supplies and equipment

Met mechanical milestones and deadlines

Participated with company operations staff in all pre-commissioning activities

2004-2005

Mechanical Rotating Equipment Superintendent

New construction of petroleum refinery with L-con Constructors for Valero Ardmore Oklahoma

Provided daily production schedule and ensured work was performed in a safe manner.

Provided 4 week look ahead schedules weekly for project manager

Maintained and kept preservation records on stored equipment

Interfaced with vender representative on building of hydrogen compressors

Oversaw installation, pre-commissioning and startup of all static and rotating equipment

2003

Mechanical Superintendent

Boiler outage with Zachry Corporation for Jacksonville Electric Authority.

Coordinated boiler repairs with subcontractor supervision

Oversaw timelines to complete project on time and under budget

Ensured equipment repairs were to ITP’s and met QA/QC requirements in a safe manner.

Met daily with construction superintendent and craft superintendents for work coordination

Participated with company operations staff in all pre-commissioning and startup activities

2001-2002

Mechanical Superintendent

FGD projects with Shaw Corporation for Duke Power Mooresville North Carolina and Richmond Virginia

Setup Millwright Department ensuring proper tools and equipment were ordered

Organized equipment preservation schedule

Organized a safe daily work plan utilizing 30 man crew

Provided 4 week look ahead schedules weekly for project manager

Oversaw installation, pre-commissioning and startup of all static and rotating equipment

1987-2000

Mechanical Superintendent

Preformed new construction, outages and maintenance contracts with various construction companies which includes: Fluor Daniel, Kellogg Brown &Root, Shaw, Alstom Power, Zachry, BE&K, DZ Atlantic, and Bartlett Nuclear Services.

Nuclear power generation refueling outages and upgrades which included replacement of fresh air handling system for containment area and replacements of main transformers.

Fossil fuel power plant boiler outages which included repair of damaged or worn tubes, replacement of worn parts on coal pulverizers, coal feeders, feed water heaters, replacement or repair of pumps motors, conveyors and fans.

Fossil fuel power plant turbine/ generator outages rebuilding of turbines and or generators, repaired and replaced pumps, valves, motors, transformers and alignments on rotating equipment.

Hydro Turbine outage completed work included installing new designed wicker gates, checking bearings for wear and replacement of worn bearings in generator.

Paper mill outages which included upgrades and repairs on paper machines, repaired or replaced centrifugal pumps, motors, fan pumps, blowers, conveyors, boiler feed pumps, Boilers, lime kilns, agitators and rebuilding of compressors and turbines.

Chemical plant outages rebuilding of air compressors, repair or replace and align pumps, motors, valves, pneumatic cylinders, piping and fabrication/welding of worn equipment.

Refinery outages which included repair/ rebuild hydrogen compressors, air compressors, pumps, motors, valves, alignment of rotating equipment, pneumatic actuated valves and cylinders, piping.

Steel mill outages, which included the repair/rebuilding of electric arc furnaces, compressors, hydraulic units/cylinders, presses, gear box/motors, rollers, conveyors, welding and fabrication of worn equipment.

New builds of fossil fuel power generation facilities which included the Installation of gas or steam turbines, overhead cranes, centrifugal pumps, air pre-heaters, blowers, coal feeders, coal pulverizers, air compressors, belt conveyors, elevators, ball mills and balance of project.

New builds of steel mills which included installation of electric arc furnaces, overhead cranes, conveyor systems belt and roller types, presses, air compressors, dryers, gear boxes, motors, hydraulic cylinders, hydraulic units.

New builds of food processing facilities included building of process equipment from print, installation and alignment of pumps and motors, blowers, dust collectors, belt conveyor systems, bins, shrink wrap/ packaging equipment.

New builds of concrete plants installation of Kilns, ball mills, overhead cranes, belt conveyors systems, conveyors, elevators, air compressors, blowers, dust collectors, bins, overhead cranes

New builds of chemical plants which included the installation of boilers, overhead cranes, compressors, vessels, pumps, motors.

New builds of gypsum board plants which included the installation of grinding mills, blowers, dust collectors and bins, air compressors, air cylinders, screw conveyors, pumps and motors, elevators, belt/ roller conveyor systems, dryers and cutting and handling equipment.

Gypsum board plant maintenance contract maintenance requirements included welding/fabrication of worn equipment mills, piping systems, belt/roller conveyors, elevators, dust collectors, air cylinders, compressor, dryers, equipment, electrical repairs and building maintenance.

Distribution center maintenance contract maintenance requirements included welding/ fabrication of worn conveyor systems, replacement of bearings, rollers and belts, installation and repair of packaging equipment, electrical repairs and building maintenance.

1972-1987

Maintenance Supervision

Dayton Walther Corporation Dayton Ohio

Superintendent of Maintenance, Mechanical and Electrical

Departments

Company position duties:

Coordinating all work to comply with HSE requirements and production schedules; analyzing root causes of mechanical and electrical failures, and deciding the proper course of repair/replacement on all mechanical and electrical equipment, including but not limited to, rotating equipment, overhead cranes, mold machines, motors, elevators, valves, conveyor systems, pumps, gearboxes, air compressors, and furnaces. Training all employees on necessary company and regulatory procedures/mandates, equipment standards; reading, understanding, interpreting blue prints and/or schematics for various equipment; creating, implementing, and supervising the preventative maintenance program

Certifications

Four years technical training 30 hour OSHA in Construction Safety and Health American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certified

Professional Memberships

Project Management Institute American Welding Society

References Available Upon Request



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