MECHANICAL SYSTEMS PROJECT / CERTIFICATION ENGINEER
Seeking an internship opportunity in Construction Management and/or Environmental / HVAC engineering for Summer 2017 with potential for direct hire. An opportunity to work under a licensed professional engineer (PE) professional is greatly appreciated for my professional development goal.
Professional Mechanical Systems Project Engineer with diverse 15+ years experience in aerospace, engineering consulting, and nuclear industries. Good people skills, conscentious about details balanced with big picture engineering judgment helps me to be an effective project manager / integrator in any industry I am involved in, with emphasis on product safety and quality satisfying target costs and schedule.
Mechanical Systems Project / Certification Engineer, 01/1997 to 03/2016 Boeing Commercial – Everett, WA
Responsible for the engineering, manufacturing, testing, and certification of Boeing Airplanes Models 787/777/767/747 for Environmental Control Systems to include airplane pressurization, air distribution, cargo heat and air conditioning system, as well as flammability compliance (metallic, non-metallic, and composite materials) to ensure first pass quality, timely and on budget.
Managed workstatement, monitor/control airplane level integration, and executed deliverables at component and installation levels of systems equipment (air conditioning packs, cabin pressurization, engines interface, flight control, avionics, as well as airplane interior parts (supplied or Boeing), satisfying FAA, EASA, or JAA regulations (IFEs, Seats, Lav/Galley, and Linings).
Product Data Manager, 10/2008 to 08/2010 Configuration Management - Boeing Commercial – Everett, WA
Developed and implemented configuration management plans and processes for 787-8 airplane.
Systematized and delivered 787-8 airplane level configuration control to support Flight Tests Readiness.
Instrumental in resolving critical engineering and manufacturing challenges to support first 787-8 airplane roll-out key milestone through technical, build partners and suppliers (worldwide) engagement.
Incorporated a cohesive design, build processes, integrated planning and project management best practice and lessons learned in managing first flight, certification, and other production milestones.
Environmental Control Systems Project Engineer, 06/2000 to 10/2008 Boeing Commercial – Everett, WA
Performed engineering development, project management, system safety analysis and risk assessment for hardware and software development of 787 Cabin Pressure Control Systems (CPCS), to include systems architecture selection, engineering requirements definition, components sizing and airplane primary structure openings sizing, qualification testing, cross functional integration and airplane flight certification testing involving avionics (i.e.
FMS, F/D Display, Flight Control), Lightning/ HIRF (EMI), Air Data Intertial (ADS), Aircraft Engines, Auxiliary Power Unit (APU), and Common Core Software (CCS) communication systems.
Payloads / Project Engineer /Customer Focal, 06/1998 to 06/2000 Boeing Commercial – Everett, WA
Responsible for supplier management and Systems Validation and Verification (V&V).
Engineered, certified and delivered cost effectively and timely engineering change for 777-200LR Aft & Bulk Cargo Heat Systems (FAA Regulations 14 CFR 25.855, 25.856) with direct interface, auxiliary fuels system.
Supported airline customers operation and maintenance service inquiries on other systems such as 777 Forward Cargo Air-Conditioning systems (FCAC), Freight Transport (Live Animal Carriage and Perishable Goods) per International Air Transport Association regulations, Cargo Heat Systems, Overheat Detection System (ODS), Engine Indication and Crew Alerting System (EICAS), and Lav/Galley Vent Systems.
Managed 777 Stowage Bins Design and Customer Introduction projects to produce a reliable, on-time, cost effective, and safe design that seamlessly integrated with other airplane components.
Unified airplane production components from customer engineering, manufacturing, to other payload design groups to ensure smooth operation and customer satisfaction.
Created bins layout and managed design interfaces of stowage bins.
Analyzed structural (stress) substantiation.
Performed spatial integration (FLYTHRU) and design reviews.
Structures / Software Engineer, 01/1997 to 06/1998 Boeing Commercial – Everett, WA
Developed LISP based Knowledge Based Engineering software to support Lean Initiative for faster and improved manufacturability.
Created software for stringer, floor panel and Phoenix-II wing-planform design and Finite Element Modeling prototypes.
Participated in trade studies and presented engineering concepts to shareholders (funding board).
Process Mechanical Engineer, 02/1995 to 04/1996 CH2M Hill Engineering Consulting – Gainesville, Florida
Prepared preliminary design, budget, and project plan for industrial wastewater treatment plant, landfill, odor control, and other municipal projects.
Created process and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), hydraulic profiles, network analysis, and process flow diagrams (PFDS) and performed hydraulics and pneumatics analyses.
Designed and selected equipment for pump stations, steam power plants, and HVAC Systems.
Wrote equipment specifications, reviewed supplier submittals, and authored O&M Manual.
In charge of instrumentation and I/O list for a 54 million gallons per day (MGD) project worth $70M.
Systems / Safety Engineer, 03/1993 to 05/1994 Westinghouse Hanford – Richland, WA
Conducted analyses, prepared and authored SafetyAnalysis Reports (SARs) on facility and systems design for existing and planned projects contracted by Department of Energy (DOE).
Performed risk assessment on a Multi-Function Waste Tank Facility (Est $62 millions) using fault-tree logic, Boolean Reduction Techniques, and Computer Aided Fault-Tree Analysis (CAFTA).
07/1994 to 01/1995
Conducted analyses, prepared and authored technical report on facility and systems design for existing and planned projects contracted by Department of Energy (DOE).
Performed risk assessment on a Multi-Function Waste Tank Facility (Est $62 million) using fault-tree logic, Boolean Reduction Techniques, and Computer Aided Fault-Tree Analysis (CAFTA).
Bachelor of Science: Mechanical Engineering, May 7, 1994 Washington State University - TriCities, Washington Mechanical Engineering, Graduated Cum Laude, GPA 3.6, May 7, 1994)
E.I.T. (Engineer In Training), License No. 19542, State of Washington (Effective June 17, 1994)
*S/W Applications: CATIA, ENOVIA V5, FLYTHRU Spatial Integration, IVT, Velocity, Delmia
*Air Conditioning Design Certificate: Feb, 2000 University of Washington - (Effective Date June 17, 1994)
Project Management Certificate (University of Washington) - Completed: June, 2012
*Construction Management Certificate (Edmonds Community College): August, 2017 (Completed June 2012)
Certification: Construction Management, August 2017 Edmonds Community College - Lynnwood, Washington
Instrumental in resolving a critical engineering build programmatic issues on the Boeing 787-8 airplane on time to secure FAA Flight Test Airworthiness Certificate and perform engineering performance and certification flight testing campaigns.
Engineered, integrated, tested, and certified 787-8 Cabin Pressure System incorporating new technology and requirements to enhance passenger comforts and safety.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Engineer-In-Training (E.I.T.), License No. 19542, State of Washington (Effective Date: June 18, 1994)