- Project Engineering / Project Management
Temple City High School Graduated 6/1974
Temple City, CA.
Anne Arundel Community College, 1994
Arnold, MD. (Business)
Catonsville Community College, (Engineering)
Catonsville, MD. 1993
Essex Community College, (Engineering)
Essex, MD. 2000
Baltimore International College, (Business)
Baltimore, MD 1995
Project Management Professional (PMP) Prep. GS Graduate School 7/30/2010 (40 hr)
Microsoft Project 2010 GS Graduate School 7/2010 (40 hr)
Microsoft Project 2007 GS Graduate School 7/30/2008 (40 hr)
Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) Cert
Reliable Centered Maintenance level II certification - Baltimore, MD 2007 (40 hr)
Systems Engineering Fundamentals Certificate Program, Cal-TEC California 09/2004 (80 hr)
Project Management, Management Concepts, Baltimore, MD -07/2003 (40 hr)
Mannesmann Rexroth Hydraulic Engineering Certificate Program
Bethlehem, PA. 04/2001 (4 wks)
Marine Analyst, Cert. Baltimore, MD 4/2000 (80 hr)
Project Management, Management Concepts Baltimore, MD -1/1999 (40 hr)
Planning & Scheduling with Primavera for Windows Baltimore, MD -6/1995 (40 hr)
Engine Governors Operation & Maintenance - Yorktown, VA. 1982 (40 hr)
Fire Tube Boiler and Flash Type Evaporator - Yorktown, VA. 1983 (80 hr)
Advanced Hydraulic and Controllable Pitch Propeller School -Yorktown, VA. 1983 (80 hr)
Gas Turbine Engine Operation & Maintenance -Yorktown, VA. 1983 (80 hr) -1 semester cr hr
Engine Governors Operation & Maintenance 1982 , Yorktown, VA. (40 hr)
Hydraulic Systems and Equipment Operation and Maintenance 1980, Yorktown, VA. (70 hr) -3 semester cr hrs
Leadership & Management School USCG Yorktown VA. 3/1982 (80 hr) -3 semester cr hrs
Maritime Law Enforcement School, Yorktown, VA - 5 Week, 1979-5 semester cr hrs
Outboard Engines Operation, Maintenance and Overhaul 1976 (80 hr)-2 semester cr hrs
Machinery Technician Class “A” School USCG Yorktown, VA - 6/1975 (16 wks) -8 semester cr hrs
MS Office: Word, Access, Excel and Project.
Bay Bridge Texas LLC
23501 R. L. Ostos Road
Brownsville, TX 78521
Director of Operations
From: 11/2013 – 12/2015
Responsibilities include: Direct operations of an industrial ship recycling facility. Act as the company’s Program Manager, provide both technical and project management during the contract life cycle for vessel disposal / recycling program. Provide technical expertise in the planning, oversight, coordination, and administration of ship disposal actions applicable to office policy, programs, and work processes. Serve as a technical expert and primary point of contact for ship disposal initiatives and projects; that includes detail knowledge and experience of environmental, safety and health (ES&H) regulations, practice and compliance in industrial settings. Manage multiple projects involving the dismantlement, renovation, manufacture, or repair of vessels, facilities / or their components. Review project requirements by analyzing specifications, work outlines, regulation, related documents, and correspondence in order to determine the best approach to use for each specific project. Develop a network of planning, estimating, scheduling and production events and milestones in order to accomplish the project. Conduct, attend and/or participate in meetings and conferences, which relate to the philosophy, planning, scheduling, cost accounting, physical progress, and procurement strategies for projects assigned. Analyze cost information at project completion and prepare an actual cost file to be used for future cost estimating purposes. Develop activity schedules to coordinate the efforts of various departments and shops which have project responsibilities. Maintain continuous record and personnel knowledge of the status of all planning, scheduling of material procurement, cost accounting, and physical progress, actual versus estimated manning and cost. Serve as principal advisor to supervisors with respect to projects assigned. Supervisor: Mr. Jon Brown Vice President/General Manager.
Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Ave. Washington, DC. 20590
Industrial Property Management Specialist (Marine),
From 01/2008-10/2013 Retired
Responsibilities include Program/Project Manager, provide both technical and project management oversight during the contract life cycle for ship disposal program. Provide technical expertise in the planning, oversight, coordination, and administration of ship disposal actions applicable to office policy, programs, and work processes. Serve as a technical expert and primary point of contact for obsolete National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF) ship disposal initiatives and projects; that includes detail knowledge and experience of environmental, safety and health (ES&H) regulations, practice and compliance in industrial settings. Conducted studies, reviews, analyses and investigations of the effectiveness and efficiency of management and program policies related to organization operations from a problem solving and quality assurance perspective. Identify and resolve issues where no policy exists, taking innovative actions to address new needs and/or issues. Participate in the preparation of policies and procedures; operation, administration, and management of the Ship Disposal Program (SDP). Conducted a variety of technical, productivity surveys, inspections, and assessments of marine industrial facilities; involved in vessel disposal agreements or procurement actions by the Maritime Administration. My contracts have included formal and informal meetings at times requiring extensive preparation of briefing materials or up-to-date technical familiarity with complex subject matter. I have prepared correspondence, reports, technical manuals, point papers, presentations and procedures involving SDP administration, ship disposal evolutions, and operations in support of SDP staff initiatives and Office of Ship Operations policy. I posses and maintain substantive knowledge in the operation of ship dismantlement/recycling facilities or other industrial facilities, including their management of ES&H requirements and interface with major sub contractors such as hazardous abatement. I oversee the operation of as many as 6 contracted shipyards simultaneously and I am called upon for assistance when problems occur, whether it refers to logistics, engineering and operations I have made a noticeable impression upon the outside contractor personnel that contributed in the increase to contractor productivity. As a project/program manager, I determine the goals and objectives that need emphasis develop measures that evaluate performance, make recommendations for program improvement, manage resources, and assure implementation by outside government contractors. I have served as a liaison with top-level managers in the agency, high-ranking officials in other Federal agencies, and various governing boards/committees. I review contractor deliverable schedules. Created and maintained database programs using MS Access to develop many reports also to track the trend of the recycle materials industry. As a Program/Project Manager I have directed, assigned and reviewed work to be completed by government offices and commercial contractors. I have trained new managers in this task. Experience in repair, construction, design, testing and disposal. While working with the U.S. Coast Guard and now with the U.S. Maritime Administration, I have been in positions as a team lead or manager.
U.S. Coast Guard Engineering Logistics Center
2401 Hawkins Pt. Rd. Baltimore, MD. 21226
Naval Architect Technician,
From 09/2003 through 1/2008
Responsibilities include: Initiation, development and review of design work for new construction, modernization, overhaul, conversion, maintenance, repair and alterations of marine engineering designs. I have developed and prepared original working sketches and alternative layouts to determine optimum final arrangement and design configurations for machinery installations, support systems, and related equipment for system with specification that cannot be obtained from traditional sources. I have preformed surveys and investigations to establish a baseline data necessary to initiate design. I evaluated baseline data and incorporate salient factors into design consideration and solutions. I conducted reviews and interpret appropriate standard and guidance relating to activities and programs. I provided resolution to technical problems. I have developed specifications for modifications or repair of existing equipment, components related systems, and special equipment. I have prepared detail specifications describing machinery installation for both organizational and contracting personnel. I have developed construction drawings by using advanced AutoCAD techniques. I was the project engineer and technical leader/port engineer for various engineering projects. For example, the 110 MEP and 65/75 River Tender Renovation project. I am a certified contracting officer technical representative (COTR). I have worked with national and international contracts. I am the branches lead COTR for all outside contracting engineering firms.
U.S. Coast Guard Yard
2401 Hawkins Pt. Rd. Baltimore, MD. 21226
Ship Superintendent (Construction)
From 05/2002 through 09/2003
Responsibilities include: Manage multiple projects involving the construction, renovation, manufacture, or repair of vessels / or their components. Review project requirements by analyzing specifications, work outlines, regulation, related documents, and correspondence in order to determine the best approach to use for each specific project. Develop a network of planning, estimating, scheduling and production events and milestones in order to accomplish the project. Conduct, attend and/or participate in meetings and conferences, which relate to the philosophy, planning, scheduling, cost accounting, physical progress, and procurement strategies for projects assigned. Analyze cost information at project completion and prepare an actual cost file to be used for future cost estimating purposes. Develop activity schedules to coordinate the efforts of various departments and shops which have project responsibilities. Maintain continuous record and personnel knowledge of the status of all planning, scheduling of material procurement, cost accounting, and physical progress, actual versus estimated manning and cost. Serve as principal advisor to supervisors with respect to projects assigned. I have been in charge of multiple projects at the same time. Supervisor: Mr. Bruce Youngbar
U.S. Coast Guard Yard
2401 Hawkins Pt. Rd. Baltimore, MD. 21226
Mechanical Engineering Technician
From 04/07/91 through 5/2002
Responsibilities include: Perform the full range of professional mechanical engineering duties associated with the design, construction, maintenance and repair of marine mechanical systems. Projects include new construction, additions and renovations to a wide variety of existing structures (i.e., heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), utility distribution systems such as steam, compressed air, water, and sewage, fire suppression, power generation and distribution, fuel storage and distribution. Prepare mechanical engineering designs, drawings, technical specifications and estimates to execute renovations, repairs, and improvements to vessels structure and mechanical systems. Investigate, evaluate and prepare recommended solutions for mechanical problems related to existing facilities. Direct projects during construction including evaluation of submittals, on-site project inspection and preparation of contract modifications. Inspect and survey facilities to identify, document and resolve mechanical system deficiencies. Review architect-engineers (A/E) plans and specifications to ensure compliance with project scope, design criteria, codes, mechanical system compatibility, and maintainability and construction feasibility. Prepare A/E statements of work, conduct price negotiations with A/E firms and contractors. Act as project engineer for multi-discipline projects requiring a design team of engineers and technicians. Prepare written project proposals for upper management. Achievements: 2001 Federal Executive Award. Silver Award May 2001 for Outstanding Para-Professional/Technical, Scientific Program Support.
Supervisor: Mr. Walter Wujek (410) 636-3480
U.S. Coast Guard Yard
2401 Hawkins Pt. Rd. Baltimore, MD. 21226
Marine Machinery Mechanic
From 09/24/90 through 04/07/91
Responsibilities include: I worked from sketches, drawings, and blueprints to determine what work operations are required. I worked from verbal or written instructions regarding methods and procedures for accomplishing work. I install, troubleshoot, rebuild and or repair gas engines and diesel engines for main propulsion, built and located machinery foundations. I installed reduction gears, bearings, shafts, propellers and steering assemblies. Also I installed auxiliary engines, compressors, pumps, blowers and similar equipment. Align and connect various systems parts and accessories. I have disassembled, repaired, rebuilt and installed different type of machinery, along with installing, repairing, replacing and made adjustments to various controls and regulating or safety devices. I have installed and repaired cargo-handling machinery, anchor-handling gear, boat davits, cranes, fire-fighting equipment, and galley and laundry equipment. Supervisor: Mr. Sam Jenkins
David Taylor Naval Research Center
Instrument Test Mechanic
From 06/89 thru 9/90
Responsibilities include: Installation, operation, maintenance, disassembly, inspection, measuring, and replacement, reassembly, adjustment, and trouble shooting of mechanisms. These items were designed to operate by hydraulic, pneumatic, thermal dynamic, electromechanical, and other similar mechanical principles. The equipment items would have been from independent units, or integral components of the propulsion or auxiliary machinery power take off system, also items in laboratory equipment requiring test. Monitored and recorded data that related noise, shock, vibration, wear, thrust, strain, temperature, air and fluid flow, speed, pressure, voltage, amperage and any other factors that would affect performance objectives. Conducted operations required to simulate test conditions. Operated the equipment, made pre-checks and made on the spot adjustment and repair the test installation controls. I operated mechanical devices such as pumps, blowers, high-pressure compressors, up to and including 5000 PSI, seal configurations, bearings, and internal combustion engines, gas turbine engines. I have worked with different types of material such as plastics, titanium, and composites. Supervisor: Mr. Chuck Landsinger
Baldwin Service Center
From 10/86 thru 06/89
Responsibilities include: Department head for sales department. I was responsible for ten inside sales personnel. I sold heavy construction equipment, farm equipment, landscaping equipment, and trucks. Supervisor: Mr. Dale Ellis
Machinery Technician (Active Duty)
From 4/74 thru 10/86
I held the positions as an engineering officer for two Coast Guard Cutters and one Aids to Navigation station; responsible for the engineering division, engineering personnel, engineering reports and the ship’s overall engineering status. Small boat engineer, Small Boat Handling Instructor, and Marine engineering instructor. I have been a boarding officer that ensured compliance for all federal laws and regulations.
2012 U.S. Maritime Administration Cash Award, For Job Performance.
2010 U.S. Maritime Administration Cash Award, For Job Performance.
2007 U.S. Coast Guard Cash Award, For Job Performance. (2 time)
2006 On the spot cash award.
2005 On the spot cash award.
2004 On the spot cash award.
2003 U.S. Coast Guard Yard Quality Step Increase.
2002 U.S. Coast Guard Yard Cash Award, For Job Performance.
2001 Federal Executive Award. Silver Award May 2001 for Outstanding Para-Professional/Technical, Scientific Program Support.
1996, 97, 98, 99, 2000 U.S. Coast Guard Yard Cash Award, For Job Performance.
1995 Final selection for federal executive board award
(Category IIB Outstanding Para-Professional/administrative, management & specialist.
1994 American Society of Naval Engineer's Lucas plaque
1993 U.S. Coast Guard Yard on-the-spot cash award. Mature Class Cutter Service Surveys.
1991, 92, 93 U.S. Coast Guard Yard Cash Award, For Job Performance.
I am proficient in the use of AutoCAD Software and other drafting software such as Rebus Auto Plant. (3- D), MS-WORD, Excel, Access and Project
Marine Analyst, Certified by Caterpillar Engine Corp
Systems Engineering Level II Certification
Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) Dept of Transportation (DOT) Cert.
Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) Dept of Homeland Security (DHS) Certification.
Reliability Centered Maintenance level II certification.
Chestnut Hill, Maryland,