Electrical Engineer


Last Updated: 27th May 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
Lahore, Pakistan

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E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English

Summary

To gain work experience in a challenging and rewarding environment in a growth-oriented organization, where I can apply the technical and managerial skills learned to company’s benefit and my personal and professional growth.

Specialties
Power Engineering,Technical Specifications of all electrical equipment, Junction Boxes, Zoning and Cable Tray Routing ,Light load calculation, Cable Sizing, Lighting System and Lighting Pole ,International Standards such as IEEE Guide 80 and IEC 60909 ,Calculation and placement of transformers, Placement of 11 kV electric poles light and lighting of the roads,Preparation of BOQ’s ,Site supervision,Load calculations for transformers, generators and submersible pumps, Power factor panel calculations, Voltage drop calculations and ELV systems as per IEC and BS standards.

Education

University of the Punjab, Lahore (Pakistan)
Electrical Engineer

   Sep 2005
— Sep 2009

Registered with Pakistan Engineering Council
ELECT/28981

Experience

National Development Consultants
Electrical Engineer

   May 2014
— Apr 2017

Working in conjunction with the Electrical Department in the Design and Construction Supervision phase of Sulimanki Barrage Rehabilitation at Pakpattan Canal and Sulimanki Barrage Consultancy PSSC (Joint Venture of NDC, National Engineering Services Pakistan Pvt. Ltd. (NESPAK), Development Management Consultants (DMC) and Snowy Mountain Engineering Corporation (SMEC)) for the Irrigation Department, Punjab and funded by the Asian Development Bank. Key responsibilities included
• Light load calculation, Cable Sizing, Lighting System of the Sulimanki barrage Site Colony
• Review of Technical Specifications of all electrical equipment to be installed
• Review of all electrical drawings with respect to control building structures and SCADA system
• Single Line Diagrams for Distribution, Main Panel Board and Local Control Pannel
• Review of drawings for Fire Protection System
• Load Balancing and Circuit Breaker Sizing
• Providing the Earthing of Electrical system and Lightening protection system
• Placement of 11 kV feeder for barrage and colony
• Lighting of the roads and barrage in compliance with the standard LUX levels

National Development Consultants
Electrical Engineer

   Dec 2011
— May 2014

Working in conjunction with the electrical department in the detailed design phase of the World Bank funded 3.8-billion US dollar worth Dasu Hydro Power Project for WAPDA (Water and Power Development Authority) as a part of Dasu Hydro-Power Consultants (Joint Venture of NDC, Nippon Koei (Japan), DOLSAR (Turkey), Development Management Consultant (DMC) and Pakistan Engineering Services (PES)). Key responsibilities included:
• Development of electrical drawings for Dasu site colony which included load flow, calculation and placement of transformers, placement of 11 kV electric poles light and lighting of the roads
• Development of electrical drawings for Transformer/GIS cavern, Power House and the takeoff yard
• Routing of 132 kV transmission line and spotting of towers from Dubair Khwar to Dasu
• Light load calculation, Cable Sizing, Lighting System and Lighting Pole of the entire dam including of Spillway, Take-off yard, Power house, Access tunnel, GIL tunnel and IPB shaft
• Fire alarm and CCTV system in the power house
• Junction Boxes, Zoning and Cable Tray Routing in the Powerhouse
• Complete understanding of International Standards such as IEEE Guide 80 and IEC 60909 pertaining to substation grounding and estimation of fault current
• Designing of a complex earthing grid to ensure tolerable touch and step voltages
• Preparation of BOQ and Bidding document for the powerhouse

UniServe
Project Engineer (Electrical)

   Sep 2009
— Nov 2011

UNISERVE is an Engineering firm, providing specialized skills in electrical and civil construction to government, semi-government, and private organisations to fulfil their industrial, commercial, and residential requirements.
As a Project Engineer (MEP), I worked at different projects including the construction of Extension of Punjab Assembly, Tax House Building, and Lahore College for Women University. Key responsibilities included:
• Resource allocation (manpower, materials, equipment tools and consumables)
• Development of timelines for project tasks and ensuring these timelines were met
• Development of a skill matrix so that the right man is placed on the right job
• Interpretation of engineering drawings and developing a complete understanding of all specifications and standards that needed to be met
• Constant site supervision to ensure quality of work and ensuring that safety standards were met
• Submission of daily reports entailing progress made during the previous day, problems faced if any and possible ways to mitigate these issues and risks

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