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RssEngineering Technician

Engineering Technician

Oak Ridge, TN

About Me

Industry:

Engineering & Architecture

Occupation:

Engineering Technician

Ideal Companies:

p2s, CDI
 

Education level:

Associate

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Oak Ridge, TN

Work Experiences

1/1997 - Present

(private)

Individual Contributor

  • Served as a Level II & III Test Engineer. Duties included development and implementation of test procedures for testing of various chemical processes, HVAC and mechanical systems. Testing included development of acceptance criteria for testing and testing procedures for installation and acceptance of new and existing process systems. The processes consisted of mechanical equipment (i.e., centrifuges, various types of furnaces, distillation columns, air handling units, vaporizers, pumps, etc.). Testing encouraged the use of the graded approach to select tools and techniques that are commensurate with the dollar value, complexity, visibility, and risk of a project. Provided support to operations and maintenance in trouble shooting of equipment associated with the different chemical and mechanical processes. Directed maintenance craft personnel while troubleshooting or performing testing activities. Provided assistance to operations in development and implementation of various Authorization Projects. Interfaced with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on a daily basis in support of restart mission and during Operation Readiness Review (ORR) activities. Review for contents and completeness Unreviewed Safety Question Determination (USQDs), Unreviewed Safety Question (USQs), Operating Procedures, Maintenance Work Packages and Process Flow Diagrams. Walk-down of various process systems for determination of job hazards and development of Job Hazard Analysis. Qualified to perform On the Job Training and Evaluation for Chemical Make Up and PX Raffinate Systems operators. Provide System Engineering support to Y12 storage facility. Sat on the safety review board representing Operation.

10/1990 - 1/1997

Safe Sites of Colorado

Individual Contributor

  • System and Deactivation Engineer involved with transition from production to shutdown. Involved the in design and checking of engineering design packages, and development, review and checking of Engineering Calculations and Engineering Operability Determinations. Review of Authorization Projects for impact on the following Buildings: 371, 559, 707, 771 and 991. Interfaced with DOE on a daily basis in support of building missions. Interfaced with other building engineering and craft personnel in respect to day-to-day activities and plant the vibration program. Duties involved the development of work packages per Integrated Work Control Program (IWCP) and checking of these packages for completeness, responsible for IWCP packages from development to closure. Provide support and supervision to craft in troubleshooting and repair of Chemical Operation Process Systems, HVAC and mechanical systems. Additional duties included development, review, walk-down and approval of Operating and Alarm Response Procedures.

4/1984 - 10/1990

Holmes and Narver

Individual Contributor

  • Mr. Redford was Designer and Senior Designer II involved with the design and layout of process piping and plumbing systems for numerous industrial facilities located at the Nevada Test Site. He performed layout and design of piping for Diesel and JP-4 storage and distribution systems for Tonopah Facility. He supervised the three-dimensional Mapping Project of the Tonopah Facilities. He provided support in the design and layout of facility HVAC and Fire Protection systems. Training included Intergraph CADD (Micro Station), with classes in COGO, ESP, IGDS and APDP, and Computer Vision. With a good working knowledge of DOS based programs and Windows 95.

5/1980 - 11/1983

Stone and Webster Engineering Corp

Individual Contributor

  • Mr. Redford was senior piping designer involved with the design and layout of several major petrochemical plants piping systems; components include process piping, cooling water, high and low pressure steam systems, condensate, fire protection, sewage and other related piping systems. Projects included the layout, design, design checking, piping isometrics, material takeoff and preliminary stress analysis on the piping systems. Computer training included a class in CALMA CADD system.

5/1979 - 5/1980

Stearns and Rogers Engineering Corp.

Individual Contributor

  • Mr. Redford was senior piping designer involved in the design and layout of process piping systems, components included flash chambers, isobutene, neo-hexane, storage and reactor areas, underground and aboveground utilities. Projects included the layout, design, checking, piping isometrics, material takeoff and preliminary stress analysis on the piping systems.

4/1974 - 5/1979

Fluor Corporation

Individual Contributor

  • Mr. Redford was piping and senior piping designer involved with the design, layout and checking of petrochemical piping systems. Components included light oil vacuum distillation, isobutene, alkylation, decoking of box heaters, major pipe-ways, high-pressure extrusion-polyethylene, fire protection and domestic systems. His duties included isometrics, material takeoff, modeling of piping systems, checking and preliminary stress of piping systems. Fluor’s Engineering training class includes piping layout and design, checking, stress, box-heater design and compressors.

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