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Marine Construction Superintendent


More than Nineteen years continuous employment within various fields of the offshore and marine engineering industry with an excellent combination of academic and industrial experiences.

I consider myself to be a self motivated naval architect and marine engineer with a good background in project management within this sector combined with my experience in the use of digital technology management adding value to my engineering and project management skills.

Seeking opportunities within the offshore and marine related industries that will allow me to expand my technical and project management skills and thus positively contribute in the success of any project teams that I may join.


Career History. Most Recent

Job Title:Production Manager

Tenure: September 16, 2009 to 31st July 2010.

Employer:Drydocks World, South East Asia

Location:Batam Island, Indonesia

Nature of Projects:Rig Building, Ship Building and Ship Conversions

Responsibilities:In overall charge of the production department, including Hull, Outfitting, Machinery, Electrical, Piping, Blasting/Painting/Cleaning, Rigging, Carpentry and Maintenance.

My main responsibility was to delegate tasks to the various Department Managers and or Section Heads related to the various projects in hand and then motivate these staff members to produce a safe and efficient flow of work in line with the various schedules and production plans in force at that time.

Prepare new production planning, as and when required, and ensure these conformed to the various project budget forecast’s. Chair the weekly production meeting and redirect the respective production departments as and when required to ensure production targets were met safely and on time. Follow-up and monitor production budgets on all individual ongoing projects, advise respective production managers as and when required of short falls. Implement overall safety and welfare plans among all production staff throughout the yard. Take part in the yard development activities based on implementation of ISO 9001, ISO 18001 and ISO 14001.

Reported to :The Yard Senior Director

Reason for Leaving:Civil unrest and a riot by local yard workers

Job Title:Construction Superintendent, owner’s representative.

Tenure: August 16, 2007 to July 31, 2009.

Employer:MAATS (Maritime Audit & Technical Services) Ltd

Location:Lamprell Energy Ltd, Jebel Ali Free Zone, Dubai, UAE.

Nature of Project:MSC GUSTO designed, New Construction of two in numbers, 4-Legs Jack-up Rig, 90 man living quarters, Self Propelled DP-II, 300T and 100T Deck Cranes etc.

Total project value: US$280M.

Responsibilities:To monitor the overall construction of two in numbers self Propelled DP-II, Jack-up rigs utilizing an electrical Rack and Pinion jacking system.

Day to day inspection of various hull and other block fabrications ongoing in the fabrication yard and at the final assembly area along with all new piping system fabrication, installation and testing as final completion progressed.

Day to day inspection and monitoring of the fabrication, assembling and erection of the legs. 8 sections per leg, 4 legs per rig, 85M length in each. Spud-cans, Jack Houses/ Jacking Wells included. Installation of 2 No offshore cranes, 300t & 100t along with the 4 No azimuth thrusters per rig. Plus the outfit and final acceptance of the 90 man accommodation unit and helideck. The follow-up and monitoring of all related QA/QC systems for the project in line with contractual specifications and international acceptance standard.

Reported to the UK based Construction Manager

Reason for leaving:Completion of projects

Job Title:Project Manager

Tenure: April 02, 2005 to March, 2007

Employer:ASL Marine Pte Ltd, Singapore

Nature of Project:Building of Product Tanker, AHS Tug, Harbor Tug, Barges etc

Responsibilities:Planning, organization, management and control of the area and staff assigned to achieve the agreed objectives within the delegated authority and responsibilities. Management of costs, schedules and technical performance of all Supplies under the signed new build program.

Supervision of services and material conformity, delivery schedules and implementation of action to resolve non-compliances, liaison with Owners on all aspects of the contract and provision of appropriate direction, coaching, monitoring of indicators, support and delegation to team members to enable the success of work objectives.

Risk identification and reporting program and risk mitigation procedures, revision of internal and external factors that affect project performance, and provision of assistance to functional managers, as required, to enable them to improve performance, control and management of their areas of responsibility.

Chair daily Safety Co-ordination Committee meeting and co-ordinate incompatible work process on board and maintenance and supervision of correct project documentation.

Job Title:Project Superintendent / Ship Repair Manager

Tenure: September 09, 2002 to March 31, 2005

Employer:Pan-United Marine Ltd, Singapore

Nature of Project:Ship Conversion, Ship Repair and Ship Building

Responsibilities:Planning, Scheduling, Co ordination and Control of the Ship Conversion and Ship repair projects by maintaining Schedule, Quality and Cost, management of subcontractors, project time lines and budget.

Regular liaison with the Owners Representatives and project progress reporting. Co-ordination of production disciplines and liaison with class surveyor for any technical issues. Assurance that all necessary equipment, facilities and services meet specified requirements. Act as chair in the VSCC meeting and co-ordinate the hot works and other incompatible work process on board ship.


B.Sc. Engineering in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh. Degree received in March, 1991

Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) from Kushtia Government College, Kushtia, under Jessore Education Board, Jessore, Bangladesh.

Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from Harinarayanpur High School under Jessore Education Board, Jessore, Bangladesh.


IOSH-Level-2-Feb22, 2010 to February 26, 2010. Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, UK (organized by DDW-SEA)

Power Writing Skills for Executives and Managers, October 19, 2004 to October 20, 2004. Management Development Institute of Singapore

Project Planning & Scheduling Using MS Project 2000. November 18, 2003 to December 30, 2003. Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Center for Professional Development, Singapore

Safety Instruction Course for Ship Repair Manager. January20, 2003 to January28, 2003. Occupational Health and Training Center, Ministry Of Manpower, Singapore.

Leadership Development Course. April 18, 1998 to April 30, 1998. Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Seajacks Kraken” and “Seajacks Leviathan” are both new construction offshore rigs, built between 2007 to 2009. Both are Self Propelled, DP-II, 4 Legs (85.0M each) 90 men living quarters, 300T and 100T Marie Deck Cranes with Heli-deck capacity for Super Puma or similar type helicopter. Total project cost US$280M.

WD Fairway” is a Hopper Dredger conversion (lengthening) project from 2001 to 2002. This was the world largest insert (lengthening) project at that time.

Tasmanian Achiever” and “Victorian Reliance” conversion (lengthening) project from 2003 to 2004. Both Ro-Ro type sister vessels.

Jascon-8”a heavy lifting offshore support vessel conversion project in 2004. All four projects were split into nominally 2 phases;

Phase-1: Construction of new mid Body’s (for each vessel) sections which consists of steel works, piping works, electrical cabling as well blasting and painting works.

Phase-2: Insertion of the pre constructed mid body after split-up of the existing vessel into two parts into a floating / dry dock. These phases also included additional strengthening and commissioning / test trial and hand over to the owners of the vessels.

New Construction of the very sophisticated 8 # Harbor Tug from 2005 to 2007. All boats were of 65T bollard pull capacity, un-man notation LRS class. This was a very successful project of a new design. Owner is “Svitzer Wijsmuller’ a Denmark based company


Membership of Professional Societies

• Member, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Singapore

• Member, Singapore Welding Society(SWS), Singapore

• Member, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Bangladesh

• Member, Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh

IT Experience. MS Project 2000, MS Word, MS Excel, Fast Track etc,

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