Last Updated: 25th May 2017 (over 5 years ago)
Bachelors Degree in Marine Engineering
— Oct 2002
Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering
— Oct 1999
Senior Machinery (Mechanical Piping) Design Engineer
— Apr 2016
Project: 26m High Speed Aluminum Windfarm Support Vessels
•Responsible for the ship’s machinery technical specifications.
•Responsible for the equipment and material purchase order.
•Responsible for the modification of contractor schematic diagram.
•Responsible for the review, comment, and approval of vendor/supplier equipment.
•Monitoring machinery, piping, and HVAC 3d model quality design output, review, and check.
•Monitoring of vessel construction conformity with the machinery piping part specification.
•Onboard inspection, coordinate and resolve yard comments.
•Create shipbuilding standards for machinery, piping, HVAC, and hull.
— May 2013
Project: LNG Carrier, 4050 Lane Meter Ferry, Product Carrier, Cargo Oil Tanker,
Shuttle Tanker, 13,000 Teu Container Carrier, Shell 450K LNG FPSO
•Managed the detail design of engine room piping.
•Managed the detail design of engine room instrument tubing.
•Monitor and control design man-hour, monitor job progress.
•Review and check team’s design output for quality, fabricability, and installability.
•Review vendor drawings and comments in relation to specification, HFE, and shipyard standards.
•Perform 3D modeling, fabrication, & MTO for spools, supports, tubing, instrument seats, & hook-up.
•Mentor junior engineers on designing in relation to specification, maintenance, operation, HFE Human Factor Engineering, and safety.
•Field check, response to yard feedback, response to shipowner comments.
•Perform 3D Model reviews with the clients and resolve issues on model comments.
•Coordinate with clients, class surveyors, design contractor, and related design & QC personnel.
•Familiar with Ship and FPSO structure, Marine plant, Propulsion, Hydraulic systems, and Tanks.
— Mar 2008
Project: Khursaniyah Producing Facilities (GOSP) plant
•Supervise & monitor activities, and interface with EPC sub-contractor’s engineers and supervisors.
•Line and material checking as per ITP, P&ID, Hydrostatic Test Diagram, BOM and Isometrics.
•Coordinate and monitor with the site pipe fabrication of spools.
•Construction punchlisting before piping pressure testing and for MC.
•Coordinate and participate in inspection and pre-commissioning activities.
•Perform and execute solutions to site query and deviation (problem solver).
•Reports to the Piping Superintendent for the job progress and activities.
QC Piping Inspector
— Sep 2007
Project: 400 KTy LDPE/400 KTy HDPE Project
•Reports to the Manager for the inspection job progress and activities.
•Mentor foremen, pipe fitter, and pipe helper for proper fabrication and avoidance of fabrication mistakes.
•Ensure that prefabricated spools follow the project standards.
•Fit-up (before welding), dimensional and orientation inspection of spools.
•Reviewing design works and checking pipe isometrics for fabrication.
•Coordinates with related fabrication and QC personnel.
•Resolved fabrication site queries.
•Prepare and maintains QC Records
— Dec 2006
Project: Plant Turnaround of Aromatics Cyclar Reactor
•Reports to Senior QC Inspector for job progress and activities.
•Perform inspection of vessel’s internal and external.
•Perform DPT as per internal inspection requirement of the company.
•Coordinates with clients QC Inspector.
•Documentation of QC activities involved in the project.
Turnover Punchlist Coordinator / Document Controller
— Nov 2006
Project: Linear Alpha Olefins (LAO)
•Reporting & coordinating in daily meetings with client and contractor Representatives.
•Updating, tracking and expediting of punch point rectification for all participating disciplines.
•Assist and report to Turnover Manager in documentation of facility turn-over to the clients.
•Punchlist closing (Civil, Structural, Equipment, Piping, Electrical, Instrumentation, Insulation, & Pre-com).
•Supervising in registration, updating, encoding, scanning and filing of documents.
•Responsible for the updating of database and checking the signed-off Turn over Packages.
•Responsible for compiling of Turn over Packages for systems and subsystems.
•Assist any queries raised by any participating disciplines pertaining to turn-over documents.
•Use of Microsoft Access as database software being used in the project.
•Support the Turn-over Group for a harmonious turnover of the facility.
Management Engineering Trainee
— Aug 2005
•Perform in-plant/field observation.
•Reports to the Manager of Training Department.
Machinery Design Engineer II
— Jun 2005
Project: Bulk Carrier, Pure Car & Truck Carrier, Chip Carrier, Cargo Oil Tanker,
•Team member of the design of ships particularly in Machinery piping and Machinery outfitting.
•Responsible for project design’s quality control.
•Perform routing, modeling, fabrication, and BOM for pipe spools and pipe supports.
•Perform modeling, fabrication, and BOM for steel outfitting inside engine room.
•Perform Calculation for ship’s engine room piping and steel outfitting.
•Sea trial and Deadweight measurement staff.
•Perform response on yard feedback in relation to piping and outfitting design.