NAME: Tyron John Lee
ADDRESS: ** ******** ****
DATE OF BIRTH 30 April 1963
MOBILE NUMBER: 078**-******
MARITAL STATUS: Married
PASSPORT NUMBER: 012960473
QUALIFICATIONS Full City & Guilds in Carpentry and Joinery to Higher
Full Petans Offshore Fire Fighting & Survival Certificate.
EXPERIENCE Over 20 years experience in the construction and outfitting of offshore topside accommodation, FPSO’s & process modules graduating to platform construction supervisor.
Results driven, confident and capable Man Manager with over 20 years of international experience of offshore fabrication, outfitting, construction and transportation. I have particular expertise in the design of offshore quarters and a proven track record of successful project delivery. Demonstrates exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, as well as the ability to develop and maintain positive relationships at all professional levels. I am self motivational and enthusiastic person who is capable of mentoring and encouraging others to achieve set targets whilst working under strict deadlines.
- Management of the preparation, documentation and control of architectural data
- Coordination of activities with client, vendors and internally amongst various disciplines
- Extensive liaison with staff engineers and designers to facilitate quality checks
- Familiarity with offshore fabrication/transportation/construction procedures
- Knowledge of SOLAS/OSHA, HSE guidelines
- Capable of planning work and supervising designers and engineers
- Skilled in the preparation of technical reports and related project documentation
- Sound working knowledge of safety systems utilised in the offshore oil & gas industry
June 2012 to date Operations Supervisor Rigfit Offshore LTD
Carry out surveys to various North Sea platforms and Angola Africa. Writing survey reports, Material take offs and write up job cards for all construction activities involved with the upgrade of surveyed platforms, jack up’s and semi submersibles.
February 2012 to June 2012 Construction Supervisor / Manager BIS Salamis
Working on the Chevron Captain FPSO North Sea. Chevron have contracted BIS Salamis to refit and upgrade levels 4, 5 and 6 to include new accommodation, HVAC upgrade, pipe work black and gray lines, new stairwells and structural changes to include new life boat davits for bigger life boats as the size of personnel and crew is to be up manned. Organising crew changes and designating personnel for specific tasks, ordering materials and man power.
December 2011 to January 2012 Accommodation Refurbishment Services
Working for Accommodation Refurbishment Services having been asked to survey and supply over 40 A60 gas tight single, double and sliding external fire doors to the Al Shaheen oil and gas field in the Arabian Gulf offshore Qatar for Maersk oil Qatar. Modifications to the bulk walls were needed as bad corrosion around the existing A60 doors and frames needed attention with new box sections around the door apertures installed before door installation could begin. All surveys, ordering of materials, organising and setting black trades, riggers, scaffolder’s painters were organised by myself to help with the smooth operation of the door installations.
March 2011 to December 2011
Working on various oil rig and platform up grades on land and in the North Sea to include
The surveys, total re fit of the Ensco 72, Working on the Sean PAPA bringing the integrity of the perimeter walls back up to spec and working on the Perenco 23C upgrading the accommodation.
January 2011 to March 2011 Supervisor of operations Kaefer Veracruz Mexico
Working at the PEMEX Oil and Gas Refinery Coatzacoalcos Veracruz to aid Mexican management to increase production and give direction to the work force around the refinery scopes of work
November 2010 to December 2010 Architectural Construction Supervisor Intership Ltd
Working at Dry dock world shipyard Batam Island Indonesia Supervising the construction Insulation and total outfitting of 2 x 5 story accommodation blocks to be added onto the existing accommodation on board the working and accommodation barge Lancelot. Work also includes room modifications installing new wet units and sound insulation to the existing living quarters.
November 2008 to September 2010 Offshore Completions Superintendent Maersk Oil Qatar
Working offshore Qatar supervising a multi discipline team of technicians and tradesman on system commissioning, punch lists and completion for 4 x accommodation platforms BF, CF, EF and GC located within the Al Shaheen Field. Work also included A60 Insulation to Bulk walls and deck heads cellar deck bulk walls with galvanised sheet cladding, Mineral fibre insulation and stainless steel cladding to the plant room 4” and 6” water lines
At the request of the offshore field Manager I was latterly transferred to the MOG operational maintenance department to provide guidance with various design changes architecturally on numerous platform installations throughout the Al Shaheen field
June 2008 – November 2008 Offshore Architectural Supervisor SLP Engineering
Mobilized to Qatar to assist the Hook up and commissioning Manager in preparation for the offshore HUC of four integrated accommodation topsides. Specific duties included the appraisal of the outstanding architectural scope of work, the development of the offshore completion plan including labour and material requirements and the development of the individual task job cards. Offshore duties included the supervision of a team of tradesman, reporting of achieved progress to the shore base project management team
Upon completion of the hook up works I was asked to transfer to Maersk Oil Qatar to join their Project Management Team.
April 2008 – June 2008 Architectural engineering field support Superintendant SLP Engineering
Employed in the position of Architectural engineering field support superintendant for the onshore completion and offshore hook up and commissioning, of four integrated accommodation platforms for Maersk Oil Qatar’s Al Shaheen field development. My duties included the development of the completion work scope, the development of all required job cards for the onshore and offshore completion, organising personnel, supervision of various architectural, construction, and safety equipment activities, documentation and completion certificates.
May 2007 – April 2008 Construction coordinator field support Superintendant McGill Services
SLP Hamilton road yard working as Construction coordinator field support superintendant, directly with the project manager and client on 4 Mearsk modules bound for Qatar. Duties also included making of work packs, leasing with client and contractor to over come various construction queries and problems.
January 2007 – May 2007 Architectural engineering field support Superintendant Keppel SLP LLC. Houston TX.
Architectural engineering field support superintendant on 2 week hook-up on both modules, before changing to contract manager running an insurance claim, due to HA-KU-M running into stormy weather on the sail from Brownsville to the site in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Duties were surveying storm damage to level 5 battery room and mezzanine level battery room. Ordering new walls, floors systems, raised computer floors, doors, uni strut, paints and all tools and equipment etc. All associated documentation, hiring a Mexican crew of 15 to start and finish the task, working out crew changes for the 4 month task.
April 2006 – December 2006: Architectural Field support Superintendant Keppel SLP LLC. Houston TX
Employed as Architectural Field support Superintendant, overseeing the construction, Load out and commissioning of the Pemex accommodation modules HA-KU-M and HA-KU-S, at The Keppel Amfels Ship Yard in Brownsville Texas.
May 2005-April 2006: Salamis ASL
Running Insulation program renewing all stainless steel and mineral fibre insulation and replacing with new Armaflex and PVC Ulvasheild sheet coverings to all major gas lines from 1” to 24” lines on SNS Conoco platforms
Sept 2000 – April 2005 Elite Interiors
Sub-Contracting to Elite Interiors on a self employed basis working in Hygienic finishing using Altro white Rock Flooring & PVC wall sheets & ceiling boards to the offshore industry, hospitals & operating theatres, schools, hotels and offices etc.
Nov 1999 – June 2000 Barbados – Sandy Lane Hotel
Finishing Joiner working direct for Sandy Lane Hotel Barbados, progressing to foreman finishing joiner, working under the owner Dermot Desmond completing his penthouse suite.
July 1997 - Nov 1999 Salamis Southern Sector
Accommodation Refurbishment works on Shell Southern Sector Platforms (various). Also Major Insulation Works during Shut down Periods and Winterisation using System 2000 Tubing and Sheet Form from 25mm to 50mm thickness on Gas Flowing including Valves, Flanges and Instrument Lines.
March 1996 - June 1997 Duffy McGovern – Gorleston on Sea
Employed by Duffy McGovern as Accommodation Technician involving the construction of 4, 6 and 8 man accommodation units. Work also included offshore refurbishment on Amoco, Phillips Control Room, Santa Fe Monarch (Total Refurbishment) and short trips to various platforms as directed.
March 1995 – March 1996: Salamis Southern
Employed by Salamis Southern on various platforms in conjunction with Amec, fitting new Booth Doors (Gas tight to A60-A0) and working on accommodation refurbishments as requested.
June 1994 – March 1995 G & H McGill
Employed by G & H McGill fitting our six-storey accommodation module for Elf Claymore Cap Project. Transferred to JOS. L Meyer shipyard Papenburg Germany to work on cruise liner Oriana for P & O Ferries. Work included the construction of new ceilings and refurbishment of crows nest room.
January 1994 – June 1994 D M Smith Builders, Gorleston
Carried out general carpentry work for D M Smith Builders. Work included refurbishment of Granville Room at the Cliff Hotel Gorleston and also shop fitting of Cliff Hotel’s florist shop in Lowestoft.
January 1992 – March 1994 G & H McGill
Employed by G &H McGill on various short-term contracts that included working at SLP Shipyard Lowestoft fitting out accommodation modules and insulation work for Amerada Hess and BP Bruce Platform. Later sent to British Gas 47 3B Platform constructing new computer room. Work included flooring B.D. System Wall and Danacustic ceilings, wet locker rooms, offices, ceilings and stairwells. Lagging of pipework was also carries out to the HVAC system in Battery Room
September 1991 – January 1992 G & H McGill
Employed by G & H McGill to work in SLP Shipyard Lowestoft for general fitting out of B P Bruce Module for short period. Taken on by Salamis to work offshore on refurbishment work on Occidental Claymore returning to McGills in January 1992.
February 1984 – January 1990 Hotline – Stonepride Lowestoft
Sub-Contracted to Hotline Stonepride employed as window and conservatory installer. Progressed to foreman installer within short period.
May 1979 – December 1983 William Bentley Joiners – Gorleston
Employed as Apprentice Carpenter and Joiner by William Bentley, where full City & Guilds at Higher Technical Level was gained. Manufacturing of hard wood doors, windows and various shop fitting work was carried out in latter years.