Civil Construction Manager / Senior Civil Project Engineer


Last Updated: 14th March 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
Nollamara, Australia

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Spanish

Summary

Senior Civil Construction Manager / Senior Civil Engineer with more than 16 years’ experience on large infrastructure projects across Europe, Africa and Australia.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Hons) obtained from Spain, which is where I was born, raised and educated. I am a Chartered Engineer and I belong to the Spanish National Civil Engineers Association (membership no 16619).
I have an extensive experience in the Resources industry (green and brown fields), Civil infrastructure, Commercial & Building and Marine and Airport Projects.
This experience has been developed mostly directly in the field both as a Senior Civil Engineer and Civil Construction Manager, hence my professional profile has always been highly appreciated with all companies I’ve worked for as I am a hands-on-the-job man.
I also have a good civil engineering design and technical background. I ensure works get done safely, on schedule with a Zero Harm implementation onsite.
I am used to work on multicultural, multidisciplinary Projects and I consider myself a natural leader and a great team member with a proven record of safe successfully completed Projects.
My international experience allows me to have a great knowledge of European, British, South African and Australian Standards.
In addition, I am well versed in all Quality Assurance and Controls for Civil and SMP works.
Although currently being based in Perth, Western Australia, I will be keen to relocate as required.
Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime as per below details:
Luis.loven@gmail.com
+966 53 920 6909
luis.loven (Skype)

Education

Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Civil Engineer

   Sep 1995
— Mar 2005

Experience

BAE Systems Saudi Arabia
Civil Lead

   Dec 2015
— Current

Defence Projects
Typhoon Program - Civil and Building Infrastructure
SMU Hangars & Depth Shops Permanent Facilities Project
RSAF King Fahad Airbase - Taif - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Samsung C&T
Deputy Civil Area Manager

   Jan 2014
— Nov 2015

AU$1.5 Billion Iron Ore Processing Plant 55 million tons per annum (Mtpa). (Roy Hill, Pilbara, Western Australia)
Senior Project Engineer for the Civil works into the Process Plant Area, ROM Walls and Overland conveyor; including the Residue Thickeners Tanks (3 off 50m diameter), Desanding, Wet Scrubbing and Screening Buildings and Tertiary Crushing, three number ROM Walls, piling and a total of 50.000 cu.m of reinforced concrete.

Forge Constrcution Pty Ltd
Civil Constrcution Manager

   Dec 2013
— Feb 2014

October 2013 – February 2014
AU$1.5 Billion Iron Ore Processing Plant 55 million tons per annum (Mtpa). (Roy Hill, Pilbara, Western Australia)
Construction Manager for the Civil works into the Process Plant Area including the Residue Thickeners Tanks (3 off 50m diameter), Desanding, Wet Scrubbing and Screening Buildings and Tertiary Crushing to a total of 20.000 cu.m of reinforced concrete.
Involved into a very early stage into all design and constructability reviews for the above mentioned structures and the Crushed Ore Stockpile.
Actively assess the Civil Team for all concrete fabrication and safe pour methodologies.

Civil Construction Manager / Senior Project Engineer (Civil)
December 2012 – October 2013
AU$120 Million Mining Infrastructure Design & Construction CIL and Flotation Replacement Circuits (Obuasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana)
Project Engineering and Civil Construction Management for all Civil Works included into this Project (brownfield).
Civil Package completed by October 2013.

VDM Group Pty Lt
Site Project Engineer

   Jan 2012
— Jan 2013

Site Project Engineer
$25 Million Mining Infrastructure Design & Construction Ammonium Nitrate Storage Facility BHPBIO JIMBLEBAR PROJECT (Newman, Western Australia, Australia)

LYCOPODIUM MAURITANIE S.A.R.L.
Field Engineer

   Aug 2011
— Dec 2011

$10 Million Mining Infrastructure Design & Construct Man Camp and Accommodation Development Project (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa)
Mining Infrastructure Design & Construct 60 km Bitumen Road Development Project (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa)

CANARY TRADING TRACTOR, S.L.
Construction Manager / Project Manager

   Dec 2010
— Aug 2011

A$ 8 Million– 320 ManCamp Expansion (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa)
Design, delivery and construction of 320 man camp built with modular buildings.
A$ 11 Million– 15,5km PVC Pipeline (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa) Design, delivery, construction and commission of 15,5km raw water pipeline from the Bore Field located at the Inchiri Region along the connection unsealed access road to the gold Mine.
A$ 4 Million– Wash Down Bay Area (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa)
Design, delivery, construction and commission of a heavy reinforced wash down area for the dump trucks up to 72 tonne.
A$ 4 Million– Exploration Coreshed (KINROSS Tasiast Gold Mine, Mauritania, Africa) Project design, delivery, construction erection and commission of a steel frame structure building for the new Exploration Department Installations.

PEREZ MORENO S.A.U.
Construction Manager / Project Manager

   Mar 2008
— Dec 2010

A$ 15 Million– Santa Catalina Cruise Dock Expansion (Las Palmas Port, Spain, Europe)
Design and construction of 420 metres dock for the Cruise vessels arriving to Las Palmas Port in Gran Canaria. The Project included all ship services installation (water and fuel), concrete and bitumen pavement for traffic management.
A$ 10 Million– Coastal Pedestrian Walkway (Gran Canaria, Spain, Europe)
Design and construction of 2km pedestrian walkway at the north coast of Gran Canaria by using mass concrete walls up to 9 meters height. The project involved also the design and construction of a new sewage pump station to allocate the existing services to the new layout.
A$ 5 Million– Desalinated Water Pump Station (Gran Canaria, Spain, Europe)
Design and construction of a new desalinated pump station at the north of Gran Canaria.

BORCA 2000, S.L.
Construction Manager / Project Manager

   Jan 2006
— Jan 2008

A$ 25 Million– Las Palmeras Golf Course and Commercial Facilities (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, Europe)
Re-design and complete modification of 9 holes golf course, including all bulk-earthworks to final trim and modelling of new course, watering systems including two water reservoirs, new practice tee area, internal road and walkways.
Design and complete modification of new access areas with bitumen roads, services to tie to the commercial areas (raw water, potable water, electrical supply, sewerage system).
Installation of new Electrical supply transformer with kiosk for the new electrical demands onto for the facility.
Design and Construction of 4 storeys commercial building with underground carpark to a total constructed area of 10,000 sqm, including reception area, management offices, social amenities, three number restaurants, event saloon with catering kitchen to a maximum of 700 persons, two number conference rooms, two number elevators. This building included all basic services reticulation, installation, testing and commissioning such as CCTV, comms, fire detection & suppression systems; emergency power supply generator and fire proof exhaust system, plumbing, air conditioning.
A$ 3 Million– Potable Water Storage Tanks & Pump Station (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, Europe)
Design and construction of two number potable water reinforced concrete tanks and pump station inside the Golf Course Precinct as a benefit from the BORCA 2000, S.L. to the Local City Government.
Pipework made in cast-iron 500mm pipes to a total tie-in and distribution reticulation of 1 km, including all isolation valves, concrete service chambers, thrust blocks, air valves, back pressure valves, flow meters and remote control systems of all pump station.

TERRATEST GROUP, S.A.
Construction Manager / Project Manager

   Feb 2005
— Aug 2006

A$ 12 Million– Central Market Underground Carpark (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, Europe)
Design and construction of two storeys underground carpark for the Central Market in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria to a total expansion of 600 bays. Special foundation concrete structure made by micropile diaphragm walls. The Project included the connection to the existing carpark in the basement of the Central Market building, relocation to all existing urban services beside the micropile retaining walls, construction of all new road ways on top of the structure and access ramps with hot bitumen concrete, new pedestrian walkways, new plaza with children amenities.

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