International Project Management Global Experience in M&A/ Joint Venture and New Facility Business Operations 20 years of progressive experience establishing new business operations in the worldwide Aerospace Industry. Engineering, Manufacturing, and Operational experience in the manufacture, overhaul and repair of gas turbine engines. Proven areas of expertise include: New Product Introduction Process Development Multi-site Project Management Process Integration Partnership Development International Operations Performance Metrics Global Strategic Alliance Lean Manufacturing Change Management High-stakes Negotiations Risk Management Team Building/ Retention Process Budget Planning Process Redesign
January 2012 to May 2013Pratt & Whitney － Zhuzhou
Start-up Manager Engine Overhaul.
Project Manager for "Greenfield" Construction and Business Start-up for new engine overhaul facility in China.
I am Currently located at a sister operation in Singapore.
Project Manager December 2009 to December 2011Pratt & Whitney Manufacturing － Chengdu
Project Manager for "Greenfield" Construction, Business Move and Plant Demolition for manufacturing in Chengdu, China: Managed the Engineering functions of the design, analysis and construction of the new facility.
Demonstrated versatility, coordinated diverse activities, i.e., proposals, projects on through to job implementation.
Routinely oversaw multiple proposals and projects.
Created and negotiated realistic proposals and schedules that satisfied customer requirements and resulted in accurate outcomes on time and within financial targets.
April 2006 to December 2009Pratt & Whitney Global Services Partners － East Hartford, CT
Manager Global August 2001 to April 2006L.E.E.D. Platinum － Shanghai
Established this group to support 29 worldwide operations within 3 regions (Americas, Europe, Asia).
Regional management structure provides facilities support, new construction, lease negotiation, land purchase and sale, equipment installation, new venture startup, M&A support, company closure and EH&S.
Group achievements for 2007 and 2008: Two business closures with equipment and process relocation (Europe) 150 million Engine Overhaul Facility and Test Cell "Greenfield 100 million Engine Overhaul Facility "Greenfield" and business move in Istanbul, Turkey (L.E.E.D.
Gold) 25 million Parts Repair Facility "Greenfield" in Singapore US Green Building Council LEED Gold level for all new construction US Green Building Council LEED Qualifying level for existing facilities Systems and support for UTC ACE Gold level certification at all facilities Pratt & Whitney Air New Zealand Services- Joint Venture Christchurch, New Zealand Start-up GM V2500 Engine Overhaul Reporting to the Board of Directors, led a t.
January 1995 to August 2001P&W Group － East Hartford, CT
Manager - Business Development March 2000 to August 2001
Overhaul and Repair.
Led Negotiations of targeted acquisitions and joint ventures in the support of a $1 billion growth goal for Overhaul and Repair Operations at Pratt & Whitney.
Assessed potential Pratt & Whitney business partners for strategic value and financial viability.
Performed operational due diligence on companies to be acquired.
Developed and maintained market forecasting tools and databases, used for marketing campaigns and business evaluations.
Technical assignments in support of this position:.
Project Manager Engine Overhaul.
Led a team to establish new joint venture to overhaul JT8D and V2500 gas turbine engines in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Project Manager October 1999 to March 2000Engine Parts
Led a team to establish a new joint venture to repair external components for gas turbine engines.
International Aerospace Tubes, Indianapolis, Indiana.
USA and Singapore.
Project Manager January 1997 to January 1998Columbus, GA.
Project Manager January 1996 to December 1998Engine Parts － Taipei
Received 1997 Special Award for successful completion and start up of Asian Compressor Technology Services Co., Taiwan and the Columbus Engine Center, Georgia.
Project Engineer January 1994 to January 1995Pratt & Whitney Engine Services － East Hartford, CT.
Programs, HPC Stator repair Unit.
Managed the introduction of new technology and processes into the business unit.
Identified new equipment and tooling, required for single part flow and developed new requirements to reduce turn times to below industry standards.
Work with the shop and engineering personnel to implement EH&S procedures and processes to meet company and government regulations.
Identify new equipment and processes, manage the capital plan and supervise the delivery and installationto meet parts delivery schedules.
Cell Leader January 1991 to December 1993Pratt & Whitney Engine Services － East Hartford, CT
Managed 144 salary and hourly employees associated with the repair of gas turbine engine parts.
P&L responsibility to develop and implement a state of the art, flow line to repair Compressor Stators.
Working with customers and marketing studies, developed the capital and strategic requirements for each cell.
Using a computer model simulation and working with support teams from production and development operations, teams designed the requirements for single piece flow to meet or exceed customer turn time demands.
Sales increased from $14 million to $25 million with 35% EBIT.
Turn time was reduced by 15days.
Senior Project Engineer/ Capital Planner September 1987 to January 1991Pratt & Whitney Engine Services － Southington, CT
Responsible for advanced equipment and process development for the repair of compressor stators, turbine blades and vanes, used in the overhaul of gas turbine engines.
Administered an $11 million dollar capital budget, identified equipment specifications, wrote capital appropriations, developed capital plans and ordered all equipment for the division.
Identified key equipment and processes needed to reduce turn time and smooth part flow through the business units.
Develop plans for expansion of product lines and businesses.
Analyzed and prepared capital and lease appropriations, maintenance status of tooling and shop supply accounts.
Initiated a patented process for the removal of abradable seals with other Pratt & Whitney support organizations that resulted in $1.5 million annual savings.
Bachelors Degree : Business Management Manufacturing Technology, 1987Troy State University