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Project Engineering / Project Management

Project Engineer & Manager

Marine engineer and surveyor with four years’ experience specializing in maritime and oil and gas equipment. Versatile professional with project management experience ranging in small projects to full-scale high profile manufacturing projects. Ability to oversee and manage a team while ensuring timely completion of project deadlines.


Project Management ¨ International Quality Standards ¨ Regulatory Compliance ¨ Front-End Engineering Design ¨ Analytical Reasoning ¨ Conflict Resolution ¨ Customer Relations ¨ Technical Writing ¨ Staff Training & Development


Johns Hopkins University

     Master of Science, Technical Management – Expected Graduation December 2018

            Emphasis: Project and Organizational Management

Texas A&M University at Galveston (ABET Accredited)

Bachelor of Engineering Technology Graduated December 2010 


American Bureau of Shipping – Surveyor July 2012 – July 2015

  • Junior team leader responsibilities included scheduling, training, and guiding team members to resolve technical and project related problems in a safe and timely manner
  • Acted as a customer liaison and provided updates and revisions on requirements to ensure only quality equipment was certified
  • Witnessed and guided facilities NDT and FAT procedures and ensured all tasks complied with both ABS and facility’s own safety standards and procedures
  • Performed the following surveys: annual, IOPP, change of flag, SLE, welding, NDT, FAT, damaged surveys of boilers and hull parts, and drilling equipment surveys
  • Interpreted and applied ABS, statutory, ASME, and API rules to each survey

Lloyd’s Register North America, Inc. – Plan Appraisal Surveyor Jan. 2012 – July 2012

  • Assisted Senior Surveyors with annual, intermediate, safety construction, load line, and other surveys on cruise ships and yachts
  • Wrote design appraisal documents for fire and safety plans
  • Interpreted and reviewed plans against the rules and regulations of entities such as Flag-State, Class, Statutory, SOLAS, etc.
  • Consulted with clients regarding specific rule questions such as compartment conversions, equipment rating and certifications, rule interpretations, and other issues

TAMUG – Naval Architecture Teacher’s Assistant Sept. 2011 – Dec. 2011

  • Prepared and set up lab procedures for stability, trim, and effective power experiments
  • Guided students in professional writing to clearly communicate data and results
  • Evaluated students’ calculations and analysis of the stability, free surface effect, coefficients of form, and stresses on offshore structures

TAMUG – Marine Engineering Researcher 2009

  • Analyzed the stability and failures of offshore platforms, semi-submersibles, and ships
  • Tested and analyzed strain and impact experiments of metallic and polymeric materials
  • Designed and manufactured prototypes of valves and sensors with a CNC mill and lathe
  • Utilized GD&T to define nominal and allowable tolerances for parts and assemblies
  • Designed, manufactured, and tested load sensors to convert mechanical energy to electricity
  • Marine Engineer Surveyor 4 years by 2015
  • Autocad 4 years by 2013
  • Project Management 3 years by 2015
  • Surveyor at American Bureau of Shipping
    2012 July - Jul 2015
  • Fire & Safety Plan Appraisal Surveyor at Lloyd's Register of North America
    2012 January - Jul 2012
  • Bachelor of Science
    Marine Engineering Technology at Texas A&M University at Galveston
    2008 - 2010
  • Master of Science
    Technical Management at Johns Hopkins University
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