I am high-energy, enthusiastic and innovative engineer with a proven trackrecord of having 10+ years of professional experience in the planning,design and construction of diverse project (Residential / Educational /Commercial / LEED ).Specialties:An ability to plan projects in order to accomplish its goals within constraintssuch as time, cost and agreed quality standards, Schedule tasks, deadlinesand milestones for all stake holders and resources.· Thoroughly familiar with good engineering practices, economicpractices, calculation methods, design details, critical thinking, standardsand specifications.· Have strong written presentational and verbal communication skills; welldeveloped work ethics and practical approach.· Documentation skills to document project schedules, familiar with bookkeeping software and basic Accounting.· Ability to work effectively under minimal supervision, Multi tasking, ableto handle more than one project at a time.· A quick learner who enjoys keeping current with new developments.Expert: in a variety of software such as AutoCAD, Sketch up, AdobePhotoshop, and MS Office. firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: +1 647-786-6064
Responsibilities: •Reported directly to Project Manager, responsible for coordination with electrical, plumbing, landscape engineers and with the client for Preparing designs, drawings, plans and specifications for projects. •Prepare and maintain a directory of suppliers and trade subcontractors. •Evaluate and recommend appropriate building and construction materials. •Prepare contract documents and review and evaluate tenders for construction projects •Supervise technicians, technologists and other engineers and review In 1992, Dada received the Presidents Pride of and approve designs, calculations and cost estimates. Performance award for •Present work to the Project Manager, client (as applicable) at his services milestones throughout the production to architecture and •Provided support to Engineering and on-site clients. conservation, he also received the Aga Khan •Managed successful relationships with sub-contractors and associate Award for contractors. Architecture, in 1998 •Participate directly in the design, development and inspection. for Al-Hamra Arts Complex.Company: Nayyar Ali Dada & Associates ( NADA )Duration: 2003 – 2007Designation: Architect
NADAExperienceCertificateRecommendationletter by NayyarAli Dada
Description: Head office for PNRA. Radial plan used to reduce the circulation, and keep maximum check on circulation for most possible security. The building form symbolically represents both the purpose and the function. Restricted circulation for various functions catered innovatively through architectural design.Project: Office Building for Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (Islamabad)Project Designation: Project ArchitectCovered area: 54,250 sft.
Description: Concept closely follows the philosophy of a modern, dynamic & futuristic university. Conceived as a pedestrian campus. An environmental friendly campus surrounded byThe form of the building takes its shape foliage and greenfrom the orientation towards sun and landscaped areas.semi surrounded multileveled intimateopen spaces. The building forms arerobust and drive their language from theséance of dynamics and movement in theplan.Project: Beaconhouse National University (Lahore)Project Designation: Project ArchitectCovered area: 263,846 sft.
Working with both conservative and dynamic forms, robust with light, traditional with futuristic, strike the delicate balance required for appropriate architecture. The attempt was to capture architectural sensitivity to our economy, climate, culture, materials and location.Project: Beaconhouse National University (Lahore)Project Designation: Project ArchitectCovered area: 263,846 sft.
Project:Riffa Views(Bahrain)ProjectDesignation:CoordinatingArchitectDescription:Middle-incomehousing projectbased in Bahrain.Perform conceptualarchitectural layoutfor Four-unit type,clubhouse and amosque. The site isalong the golfcourse with eachunit type facing thegolf course.
Responsibilities: AMSA Project•Schedule and monitor program activity to achieve an “on-time”result including follow-up with external suppliers to ensure A Residentialtimely response to action items. Project of app•Inspected work performed by subcontractors to ensure quality 1,300,000 sq ft toand conformity with plans and specifications accommodate•Coordinated multi-site work flow processes through 4500 staff of theprocurement, shipping and receiving, staging, and installation. Atalantis the Palm•Ensured construction plans met guidelines and specifications Hotel (Dubai).of building codes and other regulations. The project•Conducted field inspection mock-up approval. compromise of 4•Issued work permits, and change orders. buildings (B+G+10-•Proactively established key relationships and liaised with 16 Floors)management, clients, contractors, subcontractors and vendors; Total project cost istracked and reviewed project documents; contracts, and project $ 230 Mspecification.•Maintained and documented reports on a daily basis regardingthe projects assigned to various departments.•Performed other assigned duties as deemed necessary byproject manager/ Resident Engineer.Company: Archcorp Architectural EngineeringDuration: February 2008 – November 2008Designation: Site ArchitectProject: Atlantis Management & Staff Accommodation (AMSA)
AMSA Project Experience CertificateCompany: Archcorp Architectural EngineeringDuration: February 2008 – November 2008Designation: Site ArchitectProject: Atlantis Management & Staff Accommodation (AMSA)
AMSA Project Master plan: •MB-1,2 •S- 1,2,3 •S- 4 •S- 5Management (MB-1,2) Level 2Building (MB- 1,2) Playing area and2B+G+10,16 story swimming pool
Company: Archcorp Architectural EngineeringDuration: February 2008 – November 2008Designation: Site ArchitectProject: Atlantis Management & Staff Accommodation (AMSA)
Staff Building S-4 (2B+G+10) StoryStaff Building S-1,2,3S-1,2,3 (2B+G+ 10,16) Commercial centerStory
Staff Building S-4 (2B+G+10) Story Staff Building S-5 (2B+G+10) StoryStaff Building Management BuildingS-1,2,3 (2B+G+ 10,16) MB-1&2 (2B+G+10,16)Story Story
Responsibilities:•Worked closely with project managers and project engineer to support thesuccessful development and implementation of project schedules. KAUST:•Direct and supervises other engineering activities, train or arrange fortraining of workers, KAUST’s new campus•Supervise technical/progress meeting, survey or field engineering teams. is Saudi Arabia’s first LEED-certified•Responsible for control of work-in-progress, ensures project, earning LEEDaccurate client billings, monitors outstanding accounts receivable and Platinum. Incollection efforts on related projects. addition, it is the•Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve largest certifiedproductivity. project of its kind in•Provided quality control for client deliverable to ensure project documents the world to date, as awere complete and current. 496 000 square metre•Coordinated and supported the transfer of all equipment and installations project,.to the end user client.•Worked with the project team members, clients and vendors to coordinateactivities like supply, installation, commissioning and testing, monitoredwork permits, and change orders.•Created project presentation, reports, minutes of meeting and various sitedocumentations.Company: ARAMCO (Ranhill Bersekutu Saudi Ltd)Duration: 2009 – 2011Designation: Project EngineerProject: King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) (platinum Lead Project)
KAUST Project Experience Certificate Recommendation letter by Senior Project EngineerCompany: ARAMCO (Ranhill Bersekutu Saudi Ltd)Duration: 2009 – 2011Designation: Project EngineerProject: King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) (platinum Lead Project)
LEED Registered Project Experience Confirmation LetterCompany: ARAMCO (Ranhill Bersekutu Saudi Ltd)Duration: 2009 – 2011Designation: Project EngineerProject: King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) (platinum Lead Project)
Bridge between Administration building and the Auditorium Library and Lab. Buildings facing the Red Sea viewKAUST: Lab. BuildingBreakwater corridorBeacon
Responsibilities:•Coordinated with project managers to design construction The USAID Powerdrawings, established project standards for each project, scope of work and Distribution Program issite inspection. a $170 million, three-•Planed and prepared construction schedules and milestones and monitor year, USAID (IRG)-progress against established schedules. financed project•Developed and implement quality control programs. designed to facilitate improvements in•Developed construction specifications and procedures. electric power•Establish and monitor construction work schedules. distribution utilities•Acted as project / site supervisor for construction work. across nation to•Coordinated with the technical team leader in additional assignments and improve theirsmall projects. performance and provide better service to their 120 million customers. The project began in September, 2010Company: USAID (IRG)Duration: 2011 – July 2012Designation: Computer Design SpecialistProject: Power Distribution Program
Myk Manon Mr. Manon is NRECA International’s Engineer and Operation Manager for Nigeria project. Mr. Manon has over 35 years of experience in supervising and managing rural electrification assignments for government and private clients. Mr. Manon has managed USAID- funded programs in Southern Sudan, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Bolivia, and Nicaragua that encompass rural line design, construction and supervision; utility organizational development, privatization analysis, and training support.Mr. Manon has developed work plans, coordinated task assignments with multiple subcontractors, provided overallsubstantive administrative and logistical support to short term and long term teams in developing countriesfocusing on donor agencies’ strategic objectives and targets and indicators. Mr. Manon has a strong cooperativesector background in promoting rural electrification projects utilizing innovative technology in developingcountries.Mr. Manon received his M.S. and B.S. University of California, Davis.
Arrangement drawing for the installation of four ,single phase meter on a pole, using customized steel strips. Illustration of low Voltage drops and meter installationManufacturing Drawings developed for one of the projects for theinstallation methodology of single phase and three phase meters onH-Type poles, using U-Clamp
•Enrolled in in-house Management Certificate Program(L-3), IRG Completed “FCPA: PART-1”, April 2012 Completed “FCPA: PART-2”, April 2012 Completed “EXPORT CONTROL” , MARCH 2012 Completed “ LABOR CHARGING”, MARCH 2012 Completed “DRUG FREE WORK PLACE”, MARCH 2012 Completed “INFORMATION SECURITY”, FEB. 2012 Completed “CODE OF ETHICS AND BUSINESS CONDUCT”, MAY 2012•Certificate “What Leaders Do” , BBC,June 2008•Bachelors of Architectural Design, National College of Arts,2003.•Bachelors of Commerce, Punjab College of Commerce,1998. Education & Professional Development email@example.com Cell: +1 647-786-6064
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