My projects CEng MICE

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Here you can find some examples of the projects I have managed. …

Here you can find some examples of the projects I have managed.
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  • 1. Oscar Moreno Asenjo, CEng. MICE ® PMP
  • 2.  Chief Resident Engineer (Highway). November 2011 – June 2012 Control and monitoring:  4.3 km motorway.  8 viaducts.  Partial cloverleaf interchange.
  • 3. Viaduct construction
  • 4. Cranes lifting concrete beams
  • 5. Asphalt mixtures spread, Viaduct pillars
  • 6. Load test
  • 7.  Project Manager (Perm-way works). July 2007 – November 2009 Implementation of the following activities:  Earth Movement: 550.000 m3.  Double track using Iberian gauge with a total length of 27.500m.  Track ballast spread (167.000 m3), placement of sleepers “MR” and “PR”, placement of track, securing, heavy tamper, welding and rail de-stress.  Installing a total of 28 crossovers and railroad switches.
  • 8. Ballast spread, final link
  • 9. Final link, unloading tracks
  • 10. Levelling, switch detail
  • 11. Rail yard
  • 12. Crossover detail, work train
  • 13. Station rail yard
  • 14.  Construction Manager. December 2005 – June 2007 Typology of the tunnels (Cut & Cover, total length of 3.600 m):  Concrete pile walls (diameters from 800 to 1500, depth up to 22m). In total 120.000 ml were performed.  Upper slab on supporting heads and lower reinforced slab.  Shotcreting of pile walls. Typology of the bridges:  Pk 0+500, Single steel box girder bridge of 96m length, central span 48m.  Pergola pk 6+100, two openings of 14 and 12 beams of 21m length each beam.  4 curved post-tensioned slabs of 1,20m at the edge y 27 m of length.  Footbridge between Pozuelo and the University of Somosaguas.
  • 15. Bored piles
  • 16. Pile walls
  • 17. Steel box girder bridge
  • 18. Pergola over motorway
  • 19. Curved post-tensioned slabs
  • 20. Finished project
  • 21.  Site Manager. June 2004 – November 2005 Work’s description:  Drainage system of 370 m length with a stretch of 135 m jackable and diameter of 2500mm.  Three connecting chambers.  Roundabout renovation.  Overflow and sand trap chambers
  • 22. Launch shaft
  • 23. Pipe jacking in progress
  • 24. Pipe jacking in progress
  • 25. Pipe jacking in progress
  • 26. Pipe trench and roundabout
  • 27. Roundabout renovation
  • 28.  Construction Manager. May 2002 – May 2004 Typology of the bridges:  Foundations: footings over drive piles or on land.  Circular pillars of 1,5m diameter with height up to 15 m.  Superstructure formed by pre-fabricated beams and solid slab  Two of the bridges are extensions of the existing ones at the San Pedro Sula highway – Puerto Cortés
  • 29. Driven Piles for Gabriela Bridge
  • 30. Channel flowing
  • 31. Channel flowing