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Objective


To develop my skills as a naval archiect and achieve chartered status with the Royal Institute of Naval Architects


Experience


Relevant Employment



Eagle Lyon Pope (Global Maritime Ltd), London Jan 2006 – On going

Naval Architect



• Mooring analysis and design for offshore topside transfer from barge to caisson

• SPM hawser failure analysis using MOSES

• Cryogenic LNG hose and offshore pipeline research

• MOSES motions analysis of a LNG vessel



Burness Corlett – Three Quays, London Jan 2004 – Dec 2005

Project Naval Architect



• Intact and damage stability calculations

• Preparing Stability Information Booklets for submission to relevant authorities

• Assisting on lightweight surveys and inclining experiments on board a variety of vessel types including large passenger vessels

• Steel-weight estimates

• Plan Approval

• Steel work inspections as owner’s representative

• Pre-hand over Condition Surveys

• Damage Consequence Diagrams

• QE2 Stability Enhancement Study

• Damage Stability Analysis

• Flooding Calculations

• Marine Expert Witness Report Drafting

• Holland Yacht Valley Tour 2004

• Member of Emergency Response Team

• Conceptual Design –General Arrangement for new Thames River tourist vessel

• Fire Plan and Evacuation Plan surveys on large passenger vessels



Harland & Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd, Belfast May 2002 – Mar 2003

Graduate Naval Architect working in the Basic Design Group.



• Lightship calculation and inclining experiment on newly constructed Ro-Ro vessels

• Lightship survey/calculation on ‘Borgny Dolphin’ Oil rig and BOS600 Launch Barge

• Steel structural surveys on vessels under construction due to instruction from Lloyd’s Register

• Assisting in the preparation of bids in relation to the supply and application of paint systems for a FPSO conversion project

• Tank calibrations of gauging systems on vessels under construction

• Production of new lines plan and inclining experiment on ‘David Andrews’ Tug

• Attended formal ‘in house’ training on Tribon M1


Education


Education & Qualifications



Sept 1991 – June 1998 Bangor Grammar School

Bangor, Co Down, Northern Ireland



GCSE A Level



Math’s A Math’s B

Physics A Physics C

French A Geography C

History A

Geography A

English A

English Literature B

Biology B

Additional Math’s B

Chemistry C



Sept 1998 – June 2001 University of Glasgow

Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering BEng Hons 2nd Class



Final Year Project



My final year project was titled “Preparing for the next generation of super large containerships”. It involved research into the reasons for the increase in the size of container vessels and the implications. I calculated principle dimensions and powering requirements using a design spiral calculation for a 12,000TEU vessel and checked the intact stability for different loading conditions using Autohydro software.



I carried out a presentation on the project, using Microsoft PowerPoint and afterwards there was a question and answer session.


Certification


University of Glasgow

Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering BEng Hons 2nd Class


Skils


Computer Literacy



Proficient in the use of the following software –



• NAPA – Naval Architectural Package

• Tribon M1 Initial Design, Drafting

• Autocad

• Optimoor

• Autohydro

• Autoship

• Modelmaker

• MathCAD

• Microsoft FORTRAN

• Microsoft Office



Training Courses



Basic I.T. competence certificate (University of Glasgow)

Tribon M1 Initial Design Introduction Certificate (H&W)

Tribon Version 5.0 Structural Modelling in-house training. (H&W)

NAPA – Damage Stability Subtask (BCTQ)


 


Membership of Professional Institutions



Graduate member of Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA)



The names and addresses of referee’s are available on request.

London, England,
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