We provide IT Staff Augmentation Services!

Fesco Adecco Project Manager Resume

New, YorK

SUMMARY:

  • Project Management, Facility and Manufacturing Engineer having diverse experience in the manufacturing industry. Highly successful in problem solving with a focus on cost reduction, addressing complex issues and process optimization.
  • Lead hourly, tradesmen, technical teams, contractors and salary personnel to complete projects on time and within budget. Effectively interacts with all level of personnel
  • Fields include Professional Consulting Engineering with diverse experience in the manufacturing, industrial, commercial, medical (hospitals & offices), and food industries; focus on mechanical, electrical, with structural and civil engineering (Some Architectural). Background includes:
  • Project Management
  • Process Implementation
  • Negotiations
  • Design
  • Contract Management
  • Waste Reduction
  • Installation
  • Health & Safety
  • Six Sigma
  • Process Improvement
  • Cost Control
  • Energy Conservation

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Confidential, New York

Fesco Adecco Project Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Started the first day on the job in China reviewing and adjusting all mechanical systems (with the interactions between them) for entire site, the manufacturing building and future factories.
  • The review and adjustment of all mechanical specifications; it was necessary to write several.
  • Reviewed and adjusted all mechanical contracts, received repeated and continuous thanks from the contract administrator.
  • Worked with operations to ensure requirements were met to their satisfaction through meetings scheduled and held in Beijing, with follow - up phone calls as required.
  • Assisted the Facilities Group dat would be receiving the final product for their needs and wishes from the time they started, also including them in meetings for their input.
  • Evaluated contractors' qualifications to bid on contracts; worked with engineering and purchasing from Corning and Fluor to verify through meetings in Beijing. Including the general contractor.
  • Selected contractors, as a member of the management team which included Corning and Fluor. As a voting member helped to select from the finalists. Also introduced pros and cons per qualified contractor from their interviews and presentations.
  • As construction management responsibilities increased including civil, engineering management responsibilities and systems were handed off to other Corning personnel. Was called back to assist with the engineering management responsibilities until the plant was operating.
  • Mechanical equipment acceptances with Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT’s) entailed traveling around China. Many pieces required multiple alterations before final acceptance.
  • Fluor, with 4 other Corning personnel, moved into various parts or groups of Fluor to work with Fluor and legally give directions to contractors for progress and quality issues. Improved communication, contact and signature timing between all three; Corning, Fluor and contractors.
  • Was directed to include Landscaping and some Architectural to the list of management responsibilities in the last 6 months of tenure. Working for the Corning construction manager; directed the Fluor Area Group, Fluor lead design landscaper/architect and the contractors.

Confidential

Facilities Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Project Manager on Installations for: Production Machines, Liquid Nitrogen Tank and Piping (Test Equipment), 2nd City Water Supply for the Site, HVAC & Exhaust System across the Site, and Fire Protection with as built drawings to met insurance company approvals.
  • Worked with purchasing to establish and handle two and three year contracts with outside construction and parts vendors. Managed the accounts and approved all invoices.
  • Provided Energy Conservation Management by creating effective energy conversation awareness programs, re-lamping with energy efficient lights, programmed HVAC computer systems, partnered in the shut-it off program for the site, ran the program for a plant.
  • Managed Maintenance Projects including trades and outside contractors in multiple construction projects, planned maintenance operations and repairs.
  • Functioned as Board Member for Health and Safety providing engineering support for all activities including but not limited to: hearing protection, fall hazard, confined space and ergonomics for the site outside of the manufacturing facilities (Divisional Offices (World Wide), Power House, Test Labs, WWTP, Truck Garage, etc.) and including a manufacturing facility.
  • Functioned as and lead mechanical, structural and electrical engineering. Minor civil engineering projects.

Facilities Engineer

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Functioned as back-up to the Senior Site Facilities Engineer - As well as full time at Confidential
  • Managed Construction Projects - Demolition and Installation of building structures with Utilities and Production Equipment.
  • Managed Maintenance Projects for the Site, Manufacturing Plants, and Offices.
  • Functioned as and lead mechanical, structural and electrical engineering.

Manufacturing Engineer

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Plant started with seven pump housing manufacturing engineers, five moved on, for over a year two of us handled three quarters of the plant’s foot print of operations.
  • Machinery included late 1940’s to modern CNC machining machines with CMM operations.
  • Aided operations with CNC’s across the site after moving to the Facilities group. Operations VP would call, Facilities Manager would approve. Operators, Trades, and as a Facilities Engineer had operations running within the day and within 3 days when parts where required. As a Facilities Engineer found & trained Manufacturing Engineer(s) as requested by VP of Operations.
  • (Started with this Dept.) Wrote new programs, assisted and ran outsourcing meetings, ran follow up meetings of outsourcing, ran dept. meetings for continues improvements, managed tooling budget, ordered and managed new & replacement parts budget, improved equipment, tooling, gauges, fixtures, and programs, increase productivity while cutting cost, with PFMEA and other documentation, (across all departments). Manage and train operators with trades (5) Chiron CNC Centers (1) High Pressure Washer - Debur and (1) CMM.
  • (2nd Dept.) Ran dept. meetings for continues improvements, for (3) Buhr Transfer Lines (2) Lamb Transfer Lines (1) BO Transfer (1) Barnes Drill (6) Hydromation Systems (1) Washer and (1) CMM.
  • (3rd Dept.) Shared responsibilities with Senior Manufacturing Engineer, assisted by Six Sigma Black Belt and Coordinator of Pump Housing Group to increase dept. productivity on (4) Cargill Main Lines (4) Qualifiers (4) Hydromation Systems (4) Washers and (2) CMM.

Confidential - Bay City, Michigan

Assistant Facilities Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Project Managed an Oil Mist Program; $1,039,000 account.
  • Functioned as and lead mechanical, structural and electrical engineering. Minor civil engineering projects.
  • Worked with Environmental, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering Groups, line workers, production personal, UAW committeemen, security, Pinkerton, IRI & financial personal.
  • Worked with & directed trades, central fabrication, engineering firm, draftsmen, sewer cleaning, environmental waste, concrete, roofing, non-slip floor topping & fire protection contractors.
  • Cleared 1-1/2 year’s worth of back logged suggestions.
  • Buildings include the Plant, Waste Water Treatment, Oil Tank Farm, Fire Pump and Power House.

Consulting Mechanical Engineer

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Designed, wrote specifications, layout, and fieldwork; CAD operations (Micro Station and AutoCAD). Computer operation included Trane HVAC Load calculating to size equipment and a Fire Protection Pipe Sizing program for insurance submissions and approvals. Met with clients, ran meetings, supervise drafts people, worked with sales people, contractors and trades.

Hire Now