May 2015 - August 2015
During my experience at TransCanada with the Major Projects – Mexico Engineering Team, I was responsible for evaluating the performance of facilities engineering data for the Tamazunchale, Naranjos and Mazatlán natural gas pipelines. Each week I reported my results to office and onsite engineers and managers so that they have the resources to draw on current ongoing Mobilized Mexico Projects. Along with my engineering document and drawing management skills, I was directly involved in supporting Invitation to Bid (ITB) preparation and procedures where I developed schematics for proposed pipeline routes and prepared a compressor and metering station layout assessment.
September 2014 - December 2014
As part of my former responsibilities at Phoenix Technology Services, I was expected to apply my SolidWorks background to create a variety of part, drawing and dimension limits for a range of downhole tools mechanical assemblies. My final product designs were updated in the research and development engineering document control database that improved the reliability of the company’s fleet of downhole tools. I also possess technical writing skills and effectively created a mechanical assembly procedure for a downhole shock absorber which is used in North America and Albania.
Civil Engineering Bachelor's
at University of Victoria
2012 - at Present (6 years) British Columbia