Senior Cost Engineer P.E.


Last Updated: 25th November 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
Washington, DC, United States

E-mail
Locked

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English

Summary

Mechanical Engineering degree with Professional Engineer registration (P.E.) USA

Focus in Cost Engineering, Estimating and Risk Analysis

20 years experience

Worked in East Asia, West Asia and Middle East

Education


Professional Engineer registration

   Aug 2000
— Aug 2002

Registered Professional Engineer in the United States

Experience

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
Senior Cost Engineer P.E.

   Jan 2006
— Current

Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Washington, DC
Senior Cost Estimator Consultant to the United States Naval Sea Systems Command.
Primary function to provide Cost Estimating/Engineering and Risk Analysis relative to the OMB-300 for NAVSEA Virtual Shipyard program elements in Japan and world-wide.
Responsibilities include:

• Generate Life Cycle Cost Estimates (LCCE) for capital projects greater than $10M
• Generate TOC, ROI, CBA, BCA and Risk Analysis studies.
• Develop OMB-300 and CONOPS documents for Virtual Shipyard program.
• Write Cost Estimating procedures manual.
• Generate Conceptual Estimates - Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM).
• Develop Risk Analysis protocol for construction initiatives.
• Develop Weighted-Average contractor-criteria-selection models.
• Develop Communications, Acquisition and Boundary documents and plans.
• Value Engineering (VE) analysis; (Certified Value Engineer).
• Develop and publish NAVSEA Cost Benefit Analysis procedures.
• Research and development predictive models for cost trends.
• Develop and implement Parametric Models.
• Compile and develop construction/engineering cost databases
• Generate Unit costs through database, subcontractor and vendor research.
• Vet Contractors and evaluate proposals.
• Review Supplier/Vendor contract costs.
• Develop and implement QA/QC programs.
• Negotiate Supplier/Vendor contracts.
• CSI Divisions 1-16; UNIFORMAT
• Extensive world-wide travel

Department of Homeland Security - TSA
Senior Cost Analyst P.E.

   Jan 2004
— Jan 2006

Department of Homeland Security - TSA Washington, DC
Senior Cost Analyst Consultant to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of the United States Department of Homeland Security. Primary function is to define and develop requirements for programs which will assist the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the execution of its core mission: “To provide safe and secure public transit”. Primary focus of programs is the system integration including installation and operation of baggage and personnel screening and Explosive Trace Detection equipment at airports throughout the United States.
Responsibilities include:

• Generate TOC, LCCE, ROI, CBA, Risk and Best Value Analysis.
• Develop OMB-300 and CONOPS documents.
• Generate Conceptual Estimates - Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM).
• Develop Communications, Acquisition and Boundary documents and plans.
• Value Engineering (VE) analysis; (Certified Value Engineer).
• Research and development predictive models for cost trends.
• Develop and implement Parametric Models.
• Compile and develop construction/engineering cost databases
• Generate Unit costs through database, subcontractor and vendor research.
• Develop and implement QA/QC programs.
• Vet Contractors and evaluate proposals.
• Negotiate Supplier/Vendor contracts.
• CSI Divisions 1-16; UNIFORMAT

Louis Berger Group Kabul, Afghanistan
Senior Principal Cost Engineer P.E.

   Jan 2003
— Jan 2004

Louis Berger Group Kabul, Afghanistan
Consulting Senior Principal Cost Engineer in Afghanistan assigned as liaison to both the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Ministry of Public Works of the Islamic Transitional Government of Afghanistan. Under USAID I worked on the Rehabilitation of Economic Facilities and Services (REFS) program. Primary function was to develop the Cost and Infrastructure protocols necessary to effect construction of 1,300 Schools and Clinics throughout the country.
Responsibilities included:

• Generate cost projections from inception as no historical data exists in Afghanistan.
• Develop infrastructure network plans and costs for review by USAID.
• Generate Unit costs through database, subcontractor and vendor research.
• Estimate construction and engineering costs.
• Generate Conceptual Estimates - Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM).
• Vet Contractors and evaluate proposals.
• Compile and develop construction/engineering cost databases.
• Develop and implement Parametric Models.
• Develop and implement cost modules.
• Negotiate Supplier/Vendor contracts.
• Value Engineering (VE) analysis; (Certified Value Engineer).
• Life-Cycle Costing (LCC) analysis for facilities and equipment.
• Develop and implement QA/QC programs.
• Communicate results to various stakeholders.
• CSI Divisions 1-16; UNIFORMAT
• National Agency Check Investigation (NACI) Clearance.

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