14 June 2012

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Number 1, 14 June 2012


Theresa (Tanthasiri) Shaw

Phone: 714 376-2727 E-mail:




To obtain a position that provides the opportunity to utilize my formal education and field construction experience,

while working various aspects of Constructability, Construction Management, Rigging and Heavy Haul Engineering to

achieve safe, efficient and timely construction solutions.


Work Experience:                                                                                                                                                                         


Jacobs Engineering Group

January 2012 to Present


Project Engineer for the Rio Tinto Minerals Program, Long Beach / Boron, CA



Under the supervision of the Project Manager, responsibilities for this project are to all Micro and Small Cap Projects.  Tasks include writing Project Execution Plans, preparing Pro Service Estimates, organizing documents for subcontract packages, coordinating and progress tracking of all engineering and construction activities, and co-organizing Interactive Planning Sessions.  Work also involves a close working relationship with Project Controls, Engineering Disciplines, and Sub Contracts Groups.



Jacobs Construction Services, Northern Region

September 2011 to December 2011


Field Engineer for Confidential Client, Clarksville, TN



Jacobs provided Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management support for a green-site chemical manufacturing facility, costing over $1 billion.  Engineering services included the design of the non-Process buildings, utility buildings, and site infrastructure.  Procurement services included procurement support and expediting of Jacobs specified equipment, and Contractor Pre-qualifications for construction contracts.  Construction Management support services were provided for the entire green-site installation.

Under the supervision of the ACM (Area Construction Manager) and CSA (Civil Structural Architectural Superintendent), responsibilities for this project include supporting the team through daily interactions with the subcontractors, the engineering-procurement firm, and construction team.  Work includes tracking and addressing RFIs, assisting the Turnover Coordinator, and supporting other team members with various tasks.  Work also involved reviewing and signing permits and SPAs on a regular basis.



Jacobs Project Management Group

April 2009 to August 2011


Planner for the Administrative Office of the Courts Contract, Southern Region Operations

May 2010 to August 2011


Under the supervision of the Maintenance Manager, responsibilities for this project includes Project Engineering responsibilities, supporting the team through daily interactions with field management and site lead technicians, contributions to the AOC Project Work Instruction Plans and Procedures, and preparing/training new employees.  Also conducted training held for the Planner Play Book.





Project Engineer for the Administrative Office of the Courts Contract, Southern Region Operations

April 2009 to May 2010


Under the supervision of the Program Estimator, responsibilities for this project included assisting the team with scope of work preparations, cost estimates, development of conceptual estimates, and preparation of a monthly report generated for the client, tracking Facility Modification Service Requests.  Other activities include supporting the Customer Service Care Team through daily interactions with field management and site lead technicians, participation in Safety Evaluation Reports, and interaction as a liaison with the AOC District Managers and Supervisor and field personnel.




Jacobs Field Services, North America, Inc

July 2007 to February 2009


Field Engineer for the Motiva Crude Expansion Project at Dragados Offshore, Mexico

November 2008 to February 2009


Under the supervision of the Field Superintendent and the Field Modular Coordinator, responsibilities for this project included tracking and responding to RFIs, weight take-offs and shipping configurations for loose shipped pipe spools, preliminary design and drafting of temporary shipping frames for unsupported pipes within pipe racks, tracking Mechanical Completion on pipes, and assisting other Field Engineers and staff with various tasks.





Field Engineer for the ExxonMobil Torrance Refinery FCC ESP Project

July 2007 to October 2008


Under the supervision of the Rigging Engineer and On-Site Expediter, responsibilities for this Project included field verifications, weight take-off’s for a variety of structural steel assemblies and duct work, and investigation of various construction methods and assembly sequences and heavy and over size permitting and hauling contract management for the ESP duct work.  Other activities included participation in various meetings and workshops held by the Client regarding Constructability issues, in constant interaction with various Contractors, and functioned as a liaison between construction in the field and home office Engineers.  Published report for this project: Route Study for the XOM ESP Project, ExxonMobil, Torrance CA.





Constructability Field Engineer for the ExxonMobil Torrance Refinery 30 F1/F2 Economizer Replacement Project

April 2008 to June 2008


Under the supervision of the Constructability Manager, responsibilities included various field verifications, conducting job walks with contractors and vendors, and acting as a liaison between construction and engineering.  Published report for this project: ExxonMobil 30 F1/F2 economizer Replacement Project, Torrance CA, Preliminary Removal / Installation Concept.





Field Engineer for JFSNA Human Resources Facility Project, Carson CA

July 2007 to March 2008


Under the supervision of the Construction Manager and Facilities Manager, responsibilities for this project included reviewing various architectural, electrical, and HVAC drawings, performed field verifications, addressed RFI’s and CO’s and organized final punch list for the completion of the Project.  Other activities included participation in weekly construction meetings and frequent interaction with Jacobs Contracts Group.




List of Internships

August 2005 to June 2007


Construction Management Intern at Accord Engineering, Inc.

March 2007 to June 2007


Design Engineer Intern for Mayers & Associates, Civil Engineering, Inc.

September 2006 to February 2007


Intern for the Public Works Design Engineering Department, City of Santa Ana

April 2006 to August 2006


Intern for the Public Works and Engineering Department, City of Stanton

August 2005 to February 2006


Education and Certifications:                                                                                                                                                     


·       Engineering-in-Training Certificate, October 24th, 2009 Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam

·       Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering, May 2007, California State University Fullerton, Fullerton, CA.




·       Microsoft Office

·       AutoCAD

·       Minor exposure to Microstation

·       Minor exposure to STAAD Pro

·       Fluent in the Thai language


Special Interests and Strengths:                                                                                                                                  


  • Student Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Cal State Fullerton chapter
  • Participant of the ASCE Concrete Canoe Team, 2007
  • Rigging Engineering and Heavy Haul Logistics
  • Ability to work with little supervision
  • Very punctual and well organized
  • Great communication skills with a courteous attitude






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OBJECTIVE:  To obtain long-term employment with a growing company in the Detroit area that will benefit from my knowledge and experience.  I do not want to relocate, but will travel if the benefits and per diem is acceptable.

WORK HISTORY:   25 years of rigging experience doing oil refinery type work, ie, 10 years as a craftsman, 7 years as a foreman and 8 years as a superintendent.  Experienced in transportation involving lowboys, pull type platform trailers and self-propelled trailers.  Experienced in erection using jack and roll, gin poles, lifting frames, truck cranes up to 500 tons and crawler cranes up to 1,000 tons.  Experienced in preparation of simple rigging plans and drawings.  A complete resume will be furnished upon request.

SAFETY:  I am very safety oriented and plan my work accordingly.  I have not been involved in any rigging accidents during my working career.

CERTIFICATIONS:  I have completed high school and the NCCER rigging training for Riggers through Level II.

CONTACT:  James Smith at 313-xxx-xxx or