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Naval Architect & Marine Engineer


Experience in Ship design and Construction (Steel and FRP).



NICO International Hydrospace

PO Box 2825

Fujairah, United Arab Emirates

Position Held: Jr. Estimation Engineer Mar. 15, 2007 – Present

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepares ship estimated working quotations for the machinery/hull and all other related works for afloat/workshop repair of inquiring vessels.

- Conduct ocular inspection as necessary for detailed pre-estimation work onboard the vessel.

Ocean Pacifico Services, Inc.

Bldg.41 Bravo Wharf

Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Olonggapo, Philippines

Position Held: Naval Architect July 15, 2006 – October 2006

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepare construction drawings and plan revision as directed by the client of the on-going Yacht construction.

- Coordinates approved plan proposal to the production staff.

- Ensures and check that yacht construction are carried out well and according to the Company and LLYODS Classification standards.

Freelance Naval Architect Feb. 29, 2006 – July 15, 2006

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepares particular ship drawing plan needed by the client for their registration to MARINA.

- Prepares and design FRP boats for the clients to be offered to other financer for future mass production and for repair purposes. Drawing plans are made in AUTOCAD and PRO-E Softwares.

- Name of Clients dealt with:

o Nautical Service Transport ~ Lines rectification for 2006 Pasig Ferry Boat Project

o EJ Marine Services ~ Boat’s Hull male plug production

o TST Marine Services ~ Boat repair plan and hull modifications

o Speedcraft ~ Boat design

Philippine Ocean Business Corporation

40 Golden Future Street, Corner Aim High Avenue

Subic Bay Industrial Park, Phase 1, Philippines

Position Held: Naval Architect Aug. 01, 2005 – Feb. 28, 2006

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepares and designs small fishing boats of novelty design for possible construction, using 3D software called PRO-E v.2001 as a design tool. Utilizing only fiberglass materials as hull medium.

- Assist in vessel importation from Japan and prepares necessary drawing plan for local MARINA registration.

Subic Shipyard and Engineering, Inc.

Cabanggaan Point, Bo. Cawag,

Subic, Zambales, Philippines

Position Held: Commercial Officer/Estimator Jan. 09, 2003 – Jul. 28, 2005

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepares ship estimated working budget/quotations and time completion for the machinery/hull and all other related works for dry docking/afloat repair of inquiring vessels. Vessels sizes ranging from Handymax, Cape Size, Feeder and Panamax for Bulk carriers, Container Vessels, Wood chip Carriers, Cement Carriers and OBO vessels.

- Conduct ocular inspection as necessary for detailed pre-estimation work and monitoring of billing materials onboard the vessel. Also attends and observes material testing on work done by the production department.

- Attends technical discussion and coordinates with immediate superior about the scope and work schedule in their section and that from other sections to ensure that these are done and met in accordance with approved standards of the company and clients.

- Deals directly with the owner’s representative/superintendent regarding the negotiations for the submitted quotations for the additional works of their current vessel on repair.

- Prepares draft invoice of the vessel prior sail out, submitted to the owner for final negotiations and approval of the repair invoice.

HY Marine Works and Construction Incorporation

3010 A. Bautista Street, Punta Sta. Ana,

Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Position Held: Part Time Junior Technical Consultant Oct. 15, 2002 – Dec. 15, 2002

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Evaluates and adjusted new designs and detail drawing to ensure practical completion while adhering to customer standards for usage and bottom-line expenditure.

- Evaluates FRP vessel’s structural and stability soundness.

Position Held: Project Manager (Naval Architect) Jan. 2001 – Oct. 15, 2002

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Coordinates work flow among Purchasing, Procurement, Records and Production department and directly supervise the staff in production division.

- Held weekly meeting to keep production staff fully informed of changes in priorities schedule and job responsibilities.

- Create cost study design, construction drawing, including bill of materials and detail drawings for the designed fiberglass patrol boats. And prepares calculation regarding the selection of optimum propeller diameter and speed estimation of vessel. Perform assessment regarding damage repair of both steel and FRP craft.

- Projects handled:

o Construction of 20 units 24ft DA-BFAR FRP Patrol Boats of NK Structural approved

o Construction of 22 units 26ft DA-BFAR FRMP FRP Patrol Boats of NK Structural approved.

o Construction of 5 units 27ft Prototype DA-BFAR FRP Patrol Boats.

o Construction of 1 unit 27ft LLDA Monitoring FRP Boat.

Position Held: Draftsman Apr. 03, 2000 – Jan. 2001

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Prepares final technical plans & revisions and monitor construction progress at finishing phase of newly constructed vessel as well as the repair of docked vessel in Yard’s slipway.

- Projects handled:

o Construction of 6 units 42ft. DENR FRP Pump Boats

o Repair of 3 units 40ft Coast Guard Cutters

o Repair of 1 unit Philippine Navy Tug boat “BRP TASADAY PN-226”

MAHUSAY Ship Design and Services Incorporation

Y.I.C Building, Room 224, United Nations Avenue,

Corner San Marcelino Street,

Manila, Philippines

Position Held: Draftsman Jul. 10, 1996 – Feb. 25, 1998

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Job involves preparing plans and plan revisions such as: Shell expansion plans, General arrangement plan, Shafting plan, Electrical lay-out and others needed plans for Domestic vessel registration to MARINA.



1995 to 2000 B.S. Naval Architecture & Marine Engineer

NAMEI Polytechnic Institute

123 A. Mabini Street

Mandaluyong City, Philippines

High School 1991 to 1995 University of the East

C.M. Recto Avenue, Manila Philippines

Elementary 1985 to 1991 University of the East

C.M. Recto Avenue, Manila Philippines


Jan. 2001 Introduction to FRP Basic and Lamination Procedure

Conducted by PETROCHEM Inc.

Apr-Jun 2000

Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD) Training

Conducted by CAD Vision Engineering Technologies


Office related softwares:

Microsoft WORD 98/2000; Microsoft EXCEL 98/2000;; BASIC; Visual BASIC; Miscrosoft power point 98/2000; JD Edwards

Design and Engineering software:

Pro-Engineering v.2001 3D software; AutoCAD R.14,2000,2006; FreeSHIP; Cummins Marine Applicator; Archimedes Hull Analysis and Stability.


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