Mechanical Engineers CDR Report Sample

Career Episode 1 For Mechanical Engineers Australia

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Design Review, Installation, Testing and commissioning of HVAC, Fire Fighting, Solar and Access Control Systems

Project Details:

  • Project Location: Hail University, Hail City, North-Western region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
  • Project Owner: Saudi Arabian Railway
  • Financier: Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF)
  • Joint Venture Partner: THALES Group
  • Consultant: Systra & Loius Berger

Company Details:

  • SBG Head Office Location:Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Website:sbg.com.sa
  • Tel (Jeddah head office): 012-6400004

The objective of Saudi Railway Project, currently referred to as the Signalling & Telecommunication – 100 (S&T 100) project was to provide an effective means of transportation of passengers and minerals from the Al Jalamid and Al Haditha mines located in the Northern Part of KSA to Ras Al-Kheir Complex located in the southern part of KSA. The Ras Al-Kheir Complex is a mineral processing facility comprising of an alumina refinery and a phosphate plant. The Saudi Railway, which was later to be connected to the Gulf Corporation Council Railway Network comprised of 2400km rail track, six passenger stations, two maintenance yards, eight intermodal terminals, three mining terminals and a total 173 telecom sites distributed along the railway track

The following were my specific duties in the Saudi Railway Project:

  • I coordinated with the SBG Project Management Office (PMO), THALES Group Representatives, Vendors and Sub-contractors.
  • I worked on holding Technical Interface meetings with the Client, Consultant and PMO officials.
  • I participated in design review and proposing design modifications to meet client requirements.
  • I reviewed the installation requirements for cables and HVAC ducts, selecting and sizing various parts of the supporting system including cable-trays, hanger rods and steel channels.
  • I created the installation schedule and supervising the installation, testing and commissioning of the HVAC system, Fire Fighting System and Solar System.
  • I reviewed resource requirements and managing the supply chain of materials, electromechanical work logistics and safety.
  • I assessed manpower requirements, creating teams and workgroups, assigning responsibilities and working closely with the team leaders guarantee quality and timely completion of all activities.

Career Episode 2 For Mechanical Engineers Australia

Construction of New 110/13.8 kV Arafat-2 Substations

Project: Construction of New 110/13.8 kV Arafat-2 Substations

            Duration: 2012 – 2014

            Location: Makah-Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

            Organization: Saudi Technologists Consulting Engineers

            Position: Mechanical Consultant

Saudi Technologists Consulting Engineers (SATECH) established in the year 1982. Which holds the membership of the Chamber of commerce and industry in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. SATECH provides sound services for engineering services for a vast variety of trades.

The objective of 110/13.8 kV substations was indoor GIS type substations which were built to keep the loading of the existing substations within its firm capacity and to meet with the growing power requirements of the respective region. The working was executed on the HVAC system along with carrying out other mechanical system installation. There were various factors analyzed in the project tenure and achieved the work results using the mechanical engineering concepts.

The work nature was based on the construction of new 110/13/8kV substations in which I executed my duties as a Mechanical Consultant. The client was National Grid, subsidiary of Saudi Electricity Company and Projects were Construction of New 110/13.8 kV substations. Substation building was comprised of 03 Nos. of 50/60 MVA Power Transformer, 110 kV Gas Insulated Switchgear room and its basement, 13.8 kV Switchgear room, and its basement, Control room, communication room, and battery room. External Telecom shelter, 02 Nos. Auxiliary transformers, Neutral Grounding Resistor, and Capacitor Bank.

 Responsibilities:

  • I executed the design coordination with the Design review team of the client (National Grid) and Main Contractor/sub-contractors as per PTS/SOW in compliance with SEC standards and International standards.
  • I attended weekly/monthly meetings with Client/contractor/subcontractors and Vendors.
  • I analyzed submitted a master schedule for meeting deadlines of electromechanical work timely in compliance with QMS & HSE procedures.
  • I made verification of the equipment which was dependent on the operation in an appropriate manner with adjustment, balancing, and testing.
  • I managed electromechanical work at sites; material inspection, installation, testing & commissioning of the HVAC system (Package Units/Ducting/Diffusers/Exhaust/Smoke Purging Fans/DDC Control Panel/Sensors/Devices), Fire Protection System (auto-detection & suppression by clean agent/portable Fire Extinguishers), Plumbing (Pumps) and OHT/JIB Crane.
  • I was responsible for the evaluation of the site mechanical engineer from the main contractor and sub-contractors.
  • I implemented QMS & HSE procedures.

Career Episode 3 For Mechanical Engineers Australia

Construction of New 110/13.8 kV Misfilah-4 Substation

Project: Construction of New 110/13.8 kV Misfilah-4 Substation

Duration: 2014 – Present

Location: Makah-Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Organization: DAR Engineering

Position: Mechanical Consultant

Misfalah area is a fast load growing area. This area is fed power from existing Ajyad (AJD), Al Misfalah (AMF), Al Misfalah-2 (AMF-2), Al Misfalah-3 (AMF-3) substation(s). To keep the loading of the existing substations within its firm capacity and to meet with the growing power requirement of this area, the construction of AL MISFALAH-4 substation is necessary. Saudi Electricity Company in the Western Region (CLIENT) calls for proposal (RFP) in order to expand its 110kV systems in the MAKKAH area.

The objective of 110/13.8 kV substations was based on indoor GIS type substations which were built to keep the loading of the existing substations within its firm capacity and to meet with the growing power requirements of the respective region.

Duties:

  • I made design coordination with the Design review team of the client (National Grid) and Main Contractor/sub-contractors as per PTS/SOW in compliance with SEC Engineering standards and International standards.
  • I attended weekly/monthly meetings with Client/contractor/subcontractors and Vendors.
  • I analyzed submitted a master schedule for meeting deadlines of electromechanical work timely in compliance with QMS & HSE procedures.
  • I managed electromechanical work at sites; material inspection, installation, testing & commissioning of the HVAC system (Package Units/Ducting/Diffusers/Exhaust/Smoke Purging Fans/DDC Control Panel/Sensors/Devices), Fire Protection System (auto-detection & suppression by clean agent/portable Fire Extinguishers), Plumbing (Pumps), OHT/JIB Crane and elevator.
  • I was responsible for the evaluation of site mechanical engineer from the main contractor and sub-contractors and I implemented QMS & HSE procedures.
  • The contractor was able to perform all the applicable site commissioning tests of the new equipment installed under this PROJECT including GIS and Power Transformer Equipment in accordance with applicable sections of the COMPANY Standard TCS-P-105, “Pre-Commissioning Tests/Procedures for SEC Transmission Electrical Installations”. All the related work objectives were accomplished with the mechanical engineering skills used within the specified project tenure.

Summary Statement For Professional Engineer-Mechanical

 

These are the competency Units and Elements. These elements must be addressed in the Summary Statement (see Section C). If you are applying for assessment as a Professional Engineer, you will need to download this page, complete it and lodge it with your application.

Competency ElementA brief summary of how you have applied the elementParagraph number in the career episode(s) where the element is addressed
PE1   KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL BASE
PE1.1 Comprehensive, theory-based understanding of the underpinning natural and physical sciences and the engineering fundamentals applicable to the engineering disciplineFollowing projects were done in the mechanical engineering field:

·         Design, Review, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of HVAC, Fire-Fighting, Solar and Access Control Systems.

·         Construction of New 110/13.8 kV Substation.

·         Construction of New 110/13.8kV Misfilah-4 Substation.

CE 1.3, CE 2.3, CE 3.1
PE1.2 Conceptual understanding of the mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics and computer and information sciences which underpin the engineering disciplineThe mechanical engineering related skills were implemented throughout the project duration for getting the desired work results.CE 1.6, CE 2.7, CE 3.6
PE1.3 In-depth understanding of specialist bodies of knowledge within the engineering disciplineThere was thorough research which I conducted related to numerous factors for obtaining the appropriate work results using mechanical engineering skills.CE 1.8, CE 2.9, CE 3.7
PE1.4 Discernment of knowledge development and research directions within the engineering disciplineI applied research skills utilization with the mechanical engineering associated skills applied in the project for getting the desired work results.CE 1.10, CE 2.12, CE 3.11
PE1.5 Knowledge of contextual factors impacting the engineering disciplineI made adequate analysis on project associated factors and accomplished the results within the set project timeline.CE 1.12, CE 2.11, CE 3.10
PE1.6 Understanding of the scope, principles, norms, accountabilities and bounds of contemporary engineering practice in the specific disciplineI applied thorough research understanding on project related factors and obtained the work results within the set project timeline.CE 1.9, CE 2.10, CE 3.7
PE2   ENGINEERING APPLICATION ABILITY
PE2.1 Application of established engineering methods to complex engineering problem solvingI applied mechanical engineering skills usage with the adequate expertise applied in the project tenure for obtaining the defined work results.CE 1.8, CE 2.7, CE 3.6
PE2.2 Fluent application of engineering techniques, tools and resourcesI made fluent engineering concepts implementation with the resources and tools utilization mainly for getting the set work results.CE 1.10, CE 2.9, CE 3.8
PE2.3 Application of systematic engineering synthesis and design processesI applied design processes in the work with the systematic engineering concepts for getting the specified work results.CE 1.9, CE 2.11, CE 3.12
PE2.4 Application of systematic approaches to the conduct and management of engineering projectsI conducted appropriate research with the engineering management principles applied in the entire project tenure for obtaining the defined work results.CE 1.7, CE 2.6, CE 3.9
PE3   PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
PE3.1 Ethical conduct and professional accountabilityI executed the ethical activities in the project and was professionally accountable for carrying out the related work activities within the specified timeline.CE 1.10, CE 2.9, CE 3.8
PE3.2 Effective oral and written communication in professional and lay domainsI worked on effective usage of written and oral communication skills in the project.CE 1.9, CE 2.11, CE 3.12
PE3.3 Creative innovative and proactive demeanourI understood the proactive demeanour in the project for obtaining the desired work results.CE 1.11, CE 2.12, CE 3.10
PE3.4 Professional use and management of informationI worked on professional utilizing the mechanical engineering concepts for effectively getting the desired work results.CE 1.7, CE 2.8, CE 3.9
PE3.5 Orderly management of self, and professional conductI executed the systematic conduct in the work which assisted well in gaining the desired work results in a defined time limit.CE 1.8, CE 2.9, CE 3.11
PE3.6 Effective team membership and team leadershipI managed the project activities under the project supervisor’s assistance for obtaining the targeted work results.CE 1.12, CE 2.10, CE 3.7