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Naseri Eddy_ Resume_Project_Engineer_LinkedIn

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  • 1. P a g e | 1 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: 8+ EDUCATION:  B.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering, Cal State University Fullerton, California, 2009  B.A, Business Administration- Finance/Economics, Cal State University Fullerton, California, Expected in Future (21 Units Remaining)  Technical Program Studies, Intro. AutoCAD/AutoCAD Civil 3D, Westech College, California, 2014 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/AFFILIATIONS:  American Society of Civil Engineers  Parsons Corporation Early Career Professional Program Graduate  Parsons Project Management Program ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:  Engineer-In-Training Professional, #149057, in CA  Past Treasurer, CSUF Chapter- American Society of Civil Engineers  Past Vice President- CSUF, Eddy H. Naseri, E.I.T., U.S. Citizen Civil Engineer/Project Engineer /Project Manager Contact Info: hnaseri@att.net SUMMARY OF RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS I possess more than 8+ years of ample experience in program management, project management, project controls, engineering, procurement, construction, administration, regulations, logistics, and administration experience with heavy industry, commercial, industrial, and Public/Private sector work. Included is the involvement in management/planning teams of domestic design, engineering and construction programs and projects in utlities, power, oil & refinery, transportation, and environment construction sectors ranging from $100 million to $2 billion in total constructed cost. My extensive experience includes involvement as a project team member and/or leader in the management and control of construction projects of lump sum, firm-fixed price, and time & effort nature in public and private construction. This experience includes oversight of contractors & subcontractors in Northern & Southern California which includes self perform, owner’s agent, client manager, and construction management of at risk projects. I have also been involved as a team member in project management, change management, and risk mitigation for the supervision of large and complex design/build, engineering and construction projects; establishing work plans, baseline scopes, schedule and resource loading. Also noteworthy is my adeptness at administering contracts and agreements to ensure efficient, effective and compliant performance while providing traceability of projects through its full life cycle. I aspire to lead in developing, motivating and collaborating with office and field staffs. AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE/INTERESTS International Students Association LANGUAGE:  Written & Spoken English & Farsi HONORS/ACHIEVEMENTS:  Tau Beta Pi: Engineering Honor Society Member  School of Engineering & Computer Science Dean’s List  Mihaylo School of Business & Economics Dean’s List PUBLICATIONS:  Naseri, Hamed. “Guideline to Topographical Maps using Arc GIS 9.2.” • Portfolio Management • Program and Project Management • Project Controls • Variance Analysis and Planning • Financial Analysis/Reporting • Regulatory Affairs • Cost and Schedule Control • Construction Management • International Construction • Design/Build Engineering • Procurement • Equipment & Material Control/ Expediting/Logistics • Advanced Excel: Vlookup, Pivot Tables, IFError, etc… • Transportation Eng./Analysis/Planning • Water Resources/Environ. Eng./Analysis/Planning • Utilities Eng./Analysis/Planning • Environmental Health & Safety • Quality Inspection/Control • Change Management • Risk Management/Risk Based Prioritization • Client Management and Development • Project Management and Business Development • Proposal Management • Vendor/Subcontractor Management
  • 2. P a g e | 2 ProfessionalExperience Parsons Corporation , Project Engineer (10/2012-Present) SR-91 Corridor Improvement Design-Build Project, Corona, CA (06/2014– Present) Road, Highway, & Bridges – Transportation Engineering/Construction Project Value: $1.4 Billion SR-91 West Corridor Improvement Project, I-15/SR-91 Segment 1 & 2, Orange County/Riverside County, CA Project Engineer responsible for both structural/roadway technical investigation & office engineering administration. Technical analysis revolves around RFI/Submittal exploration, field verification, design resolution, material sample tracking/records and disposition to all stakeholders involved in the $1.4 billion dollar project. Developing a RFI/Submittal Master Database that simultaneously updates design investigation/response & reviewer comments/concurrence on a daily basis through the use of vlookup, hlookup, isnumber, iferror, isnumbersearch, pivot table, and various VBA codes/excel functions. Database of 300+ fields serves as a central repository of information in assisting 50+ reviewers which consists of engineers in a variety of disciplines. Technical analysis further includes subsurface investigation, geotechnical design report, materials report, foundation reports, structural design report, roadway improvements/reports, & falsework/shoring reviews for replacement/modification of 32 bridges, 70+ Retaining Walls of various types, and various other assessments. Office Engineering duties consist of general contract & subcontract administration, monitioring & documenting jobsite safety & accident prevention, construction scheduling, Material & Equipment (procurement, expediting, & logistic coordination), shop drawing and submittal review & coordination, Project Cost Review (Use As-Is Implication related to Scope, Money, Time, Safety, and Environment), reporting, review of subcontractor applications for payment. Participation/documentation of project coordination meetings, supervision and coordination of subcontractors’ field installations, change order documentation and associated cost reporting and maintenance. Research and suggest options on construction means, methods and equipment, Maintenance of As-Built & RFC plans, Quality Control, Lab/Test Sampling, Non-Conformance Reports, Notice of Design Changes & Project Closeout. Quality Field Engineer responsibilities include overseeing subcontractors and inspections of Foundations and Pile Driving Operations. Inspections items/notes included concrete pours, concrete testing per ACI specs (slump test, air entrainment test, temperature test), rebar ties/welds/clearances, safety precautions, permit compliance within relevant jurisdiction, environmental/BMP conformance, site SWPPP & Traffic Control adherence. Project Stakeholders: Riverside County Transportation Commission/Parsons Corporation, URS/AECOM, Caltrans Oversight District 8/12, Caltrans Materials Engineering & Testing Services, Caltrans Southern Regional Laboratory, Clark Construction, AtkinsonWalsh JV, IQA Inspection, HDR, HNTB, IQA Environments: Windows 7, MS Office Suite 2010, Plan Check, Caltrans Standard Plans Specification 2010, Materials Tracking, Project Controls, Submittals Tracking, QA/QC, HSE, Change Order, Expediting, Logistics, Constructware Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Capital Hydroelectric Program, Sacramento, CA (08/2013 – 05/2014) Water Resources & Energy- Hydropower Project Value: $300 Million Project/Planning Engineer, Responsibilities included working alongside Parsons/PG&E VP Program Director, Management Team, and Project, Outage, and Resource Planning Group as well as other Stakeholders to track & report all project costs which include but is not limited to labor, contract, committed costs, forecast costs at completion, and any variances resulting from these costs. Tracking report updates cost allocation along with safety, risk, and status section of Hydro Power Generation Project which covers a multitude of capital improvements ranging from water conveyance units (dams, tunnels, canal linings, and flumes), penstocks, and powerhouses which run generators to produce electricity for domestic or irrigational usage. Each water conveyance asset was further scrutinized in a life cycle analysis for enterprise wide historical system failures, compared with industry practice literature information for maintenance & improvement, prioritized for watershed level risk (liner condition, geohazard condition, storm management & spill channel discharge impacts) and reviewed technically for different types of design (Shotcrete, ACI 350) approaches before processing bundling opportunities. Upon implementation, a Project Work Package was developed taking into account bundling opportunities/construction resource planning. Project milestones are intertwined with procurement and subcontract personnel to carry out construction during peak outages. SAP is utilized as a checklist upon opening and closeout of a WBS and verified with project controls to maintain a robust file structure. This aids in monitoring and packaging a scoping work plan, job estimate, deliverables, and
  • 3. P a g e | 3 schedule of performance to be presented as a Business Case to Executive Management before the presence of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Project Stakeholders: Pacific Gas & Electric, Parsons Corporation, GEI Consultants, SAGE Engineers, KW Emerson, Pace Engineering, Mead & Hunt, Syblon Reid General Contractors Environments: Windows 7, MS Office Suite 2010, Materials Tracking, Project Controls, ROM Estimation, QA/QC, HSE, RFQ/Change Order/PO, Expediting, Logistics, CPUC, FERC Metrolink Project- Positive Train Control (PTC), Ontario, CA (10/2012 – 07/2013) Rail & Transit Systems- Transportation Engineering Project Value: $118 Million Project Engineer, Responsible for Office & Field duties which included site plan check, scheduling and quality control of construction materials and communications equipment to ensure effective and timely completion of the PTC project. Organized, prioritized, and established new procedures as well as maintained an inventory database for the control of monopole structures, dispatch shelters, piping, valves, fittings, electrical, instrumentation, and RF communication (Telecom Radios, Rectifiers, Antenna Dishes, Ethernet Switches) equipment. Implemented material inspection for all incoming material and equipment as well as insuring all inventories is accounted for and proper material transfer documents are processed for logistics. Priorities were achieved by expediting both field and home office purchase orders to ensure timely delivery of materials and equipment. Design aspects included layout in the construction field, facilities, and field warehouse for total materials and equipment handling and technical operation. Project Stakeholders: Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA)/Metrolink, Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF), Parsons Corporation, WesTower Communications, Diversified Communcation Services, Alcatel-Lucent Communications, Tessco Wireless & Mobile Communication Environments: AutoCAD 2008/2010, Windows 7, MS Office Suite, Materials Tracking, Project Controls, Estimation, QA/QC, HSE: ISO-9000, 14001 (E) and OSHA, RFQ/Change Order/PO, Expediting, Plan Check, Logistics. Worley Parsons (WP) Corporation , Associate Engineer (05/2011-01/2012) Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company (SAMREF)/Exxon Mobil Clean Fuels Project, Monrovia, CA Oil & Gas Refinery- Hydrocarbons Remediation Project Value: $2 Billion Associate Engineer, Previous Member of Procurement and Engineering teams for an estimated $2 billion Hydrocarbons Clean Fuels Project in Saudi Arabia. Duties consist of working with engineers, planners, project controls, construction, and HSE to ensure specification of materials and equipment is provided on time at jobsite. Responsibilities included soliciting suppliers, receiving & negotiating quotations/bids, and ensuring supplier documentation relating to calculations/drawings/schedules are received & distributed. Upon analyzing bid quotations and evaluating factors such as commercial terms & conditions, price, delivery, financial status, technical capability, quality control, and geographical locations of shipping point; Purchase Orders were issued. I had facilitated PO’s related to the following equipment: heat transfer, electrical and instrumentation, vessels, pumps/rotating, and piping units. Project Stakeholders: Exxon Mobil, Saudi Araamco, WorleyParsons Environments: AutoCAD 2010, Windows 7, MS Office, SmartPlant Materials Tracking, Project Controls, Procurement RFQ/Change Order/PO, Expediting, Technical Bid Analysis. Edwards Lifesciences , Environmental Engineer (05/2010-03/2011) Environmental Health & Safety, Irvine, CA Environmental Engineer, Distinguished as the Designated Lead in the identification of Hazardous Materials Content & the implementation of Alternative Materials within the Remediation team. Responsible for Managing, Coordinating & Assessing Product Material Content for various Medical Devices which included Pressure Monitoring kits, Catheters, and Transducers. Duties included review of CAD Engineering plans, BOM’s, and Design specs to provide traceability of Hazardous Content. I was also an integral part of the Edwards’ Sustainability Agenda which consisted of compiling and analyzing company-wide environmental, safety, energy, and carbon indicators; Results: real-time sustainability performance metrics such as Electricity Consumption, Hazardous Waste Generation, Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal, Water Consumption, and Toxic Air Emissions.
  • 4. P a g e | 4 Environments: Windows XP, MS Office 2007, JDE Oracle, SCAQMD, OSHA, ROHS, REACH, MDD. County of Orange – Department of Public Works (OCPW) (06/2009-05/2010) Plan Check & Permitting, Santa Ana, CA Jr. Traffic Engineer, Member of Traffic Engineering/Planning and Development Services Plan Check sections. I regularly interfaced & collaborated on multiple projects with Professional Engineers & Plan Checkers which consisted of reviewing traffic control plans. I also facilitated the analysis of SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan), & ESCCP (Erosion, Sediment, and Chemical Control Plan), of residential, development and road improvement projects according to Caltrans Guidelines. The applications of tools such as AutoCAD and/or Microsoft Project were utilized in red lining plans, change requests, and procedures as required. Design Engineer, responsibilities included drafting/analysis of redlines & Traffic Control Plans per Caltrans MUTCD guidelines/ WATCH (Work Area Traffic Control Handbook) standards and overseeing development of internal database which will comprise of enterprise wide historical archives. Environments: Windows XP, MS Office 2007, AutoCAD 2008, NPDES, SWPPP, BMP’s, Water Quality Control Board SOFTWARE SKILLS: • Databases: MS Access 2003/2007/2010, JDE-Oracle Enterprise One, SAP, Constructware • Design Software Familiarity: STAAD PRO 2002, SAP 2000, AutoCAD 2005/2008/2010/2012, MicroStation v8i, Arc GIS9.2, Adobe Photoshop/Flash/Illustrator, Primavera P6/P7, Google Earth • Environments: Windows XP/Vista/7, MS Office 2003/2007/2010 (Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), MS Project, Primavera P6. • Excel Knowledge: Vlookup, HLookup, Lookup, ISError, IFError, Pivot Tables, Reports, Data Analytics, Statistical Inferences, Risk vs. Investement Figures/Charts, Countif, Macros and various other functions.

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