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Engineer Manager

Location:
United States
Posted:
August 28, 2012

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|Donald (Donnie) S. Grill |

|**** Hidden Cove |

|Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 |

|Home: 205-***-**** Mobile: 205-***-**** |

|ijavah@r.postjobfree.com |

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|Proven success in the energy engineering field as a consultant for over 13 |

|years as a Certified Energy Manager with a background in project development |

|and measurement & verification. Areas of expertise include Portfolio Manager,|

|energy modeling programs, energy audits, measurement & verification, |

|subcontract management, Water Meter AMR, L.E.E.D. and Energy Star. Additional|

|experience in hvac design, facilities management, and construction management.|

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|Experience: |Energy Conservation Plus, Tuscaloosa, AL (2012) |

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| |Provide energy audit services for residential, commercial, and |

| |industrial customers to develop energy management goals and |

| |assist in selecting subcontractors to meet those goals including |

| |utility bill analysis. |

| |Provide energy modeling of facilities to understand energy use |

| |and model retrofit opportunities. |

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| |Johnson Controls, Inc., Greenville, SC & Hoover, AL (1999-2012) |

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| |Energy Solutions Performance Consultant (2010 to 2012) |

| |Partnered with existing solutions, service, and systems sales |

| |teams to provide energy and utility consulting services outside |

| |of performance contracting for their customers including energy |

| |audits, retro-commissioning, energy building modeling, behavior |

| |management, municipal utility consulting and utility bill |

| |analysis to their customers to bring added value and support for |

| |reducing energy cost. |

| |Developed a $300,000 retro-commissioning package for a high |

| |school and an energy audit and savings analysis for a casino to |

| |provide a history of energy improvements already performed and |

| |develop preliminary scopes for additional improvements. |

| |Lead a sales team to win a $200,000 bid for facility controls in |

| |a new high school technical center. |

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| |Lead Performance Assurance Engineer/Manager (2008 to 2010) |

| |Led a team of five engineers in South Carolina, Georgia, and |

| |Alabama that focused on measurement and verification of energy |

| |performance contracts during and after construction to guarantee |

| |savings. |

| |Managed subcontracts for water meter testing for the southeast |

| |region of the United States for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) |

| |Systems installed. |

| |Managed measurement and verification responsibilities at a |

| |federal military base to insure proper installation of energy |

| |retrofits, weekly team meetings with customer and submission of |

| |proper documentation to the federal government. |

| |Provided safety training and energy measurement and verification |

| |training |

| |Reviewed Annual Savings Reports with customers and rectified any |

| |savings shortfalls discovered with additional energy savings |

| |programs. Visit customer sites to uncover and make |

| |recommendations for other ways to reduce energy cost or O&M cost.|

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| |Project Development Engineer (1999-2008) |

| |Performed Energy Engineer and Project Manager duties in the K-12,|

| |Higher Education, Healthcare, Government, and Industrial Markets.|

| |Duties include utility benchmark analysis, preliminary audits; |

| |develop energy baselines, customer interviews, energy modeling, |

| |and detailed audits. Water Meter AMR and replacement experience.|

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| |Developed proposals for Performance Contracting with sales team, |

| |developed new facility improvement measures for engineering team,|

| |and organized in-house vendor training for internal engineering |

| |team. |

| |Led Water Meter Replacement and AMR project development for the |

| |southeast region and provided consulting support to the east |

| |coast region for Johnson Controls. |

| |Led team that developed a $14 million dollar renewable energy |

| |project for a large wastewater plant. |

| |Developed design/build projects for a $1.2 million dollar |

| |hospital patient wing and facility upgrades on two historical |

| |black college campuses worth $2 million dollars. |

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| |Fluor Daniel, Inc. (1992-1999) |

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| |HVAC Design Engineer, Greenville, SC (1995-1999) |

| |Performed heating and cooling load calculations (Office, |

| |industrial, microelectronics, film production & automotive |

| |facilities) |

| |Designed equipment, plumbing, ductwork, and space allocation |

| |layouts |

| |Developed Scope of Work for various projects and proposals |

| |Designed exhaust systems for clean atmospheres, humidity, smoke |

| |purge, and high volume exhaust |

| |Selected Mechanical equipment based on project requirements |

| |Implemented and lead CAD design using AutoCad 12 & 13 and |

| |Microstation 95 |

| |Lead Engineer on small projects coordinating efforts with a large|

| |industrial client and other disciplines |

| |Performed System "Walkdown and Turnover" & Prepared as-builts |

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| |Piping Field Engineer, El Segundo, CA; Chevron (1993-1995) |

| |Developed work packages for field personnel to install piping and|

| |equipment in a large scale refinery setting |

| |Developed Hydrotest Packages for testing of installed piping |

| |systems |

| |Performed Piping System "Walkdowns" and "Turnover" for Client and|

| |created as-built drawings for project completion |

| |Supervised $1 million upgrade projects with electrical, |

| |instrumentation, and civil disciplines including shutdowns |

| |Assisted in developing spreadsheets and database to track |

| |installation progression of projects in the piping and mechanical|

| |equipment team |

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| |Material Piping Engineer, Sugar Land, Texas (1992-1993) |

| |Developed Piping Specifications for Refinery and Chemical Plants |

| |Developed Hydrotest Packages for Field Engineering |

| |Performed Piping System "Walkdown & Turnover" for project |

| |completion. |

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|Computer |Microsoft Office & Lotus Smartsuite; Microstation 95 and Autocad |

|Training |12 & 13; Carrier and Elite Load Calculation Software, Johnson |

| |Controls Internal Software, eQuest Facility Modeling Program |

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|Certificatio|Certified Energy Manager; Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) |

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|Activities |Kiwanis Club of Tuscaloosa (President & Lt. Gov), Church, PTA, |

| |Coach Youth Sports |

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|Organization|Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), 1999 to 2009; |

|s and |ASHRAE, 1990 to Present; |

|Seminars |B&G Plumbing Water System Seminar and Large Chilled Water |

| |Workshop, 1997/98 |

| |AEE World Energy of Congress Conference, 2000-2004,2006, 2010 |

| |AEE Energy Manager Training, 2001 |

| |Automatic Meter Reading (AMRA) Conference, 2005-2006 |

| |Johnson Controls Engineer Summit, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 |

| |Facility Dude/School Dude Conference, 2012 |

|Education: |Bachelor of Science in Engineering |

| |University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL |

| |Major: Mechanical Engineering |



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