BEAU RANDALL MOREAU

address: 62355 Graci Avenue Lacombe, LA 70445 phone: (225) 939-6183 e-mail: brm008@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE
To attain a position in the automotive manufacturing industry and use my skills in manufacturing and machine design to add value to the company.

EDUCATION/TRAINING
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Louisiana Tech University Ruston, Louisiana
Advanced Solidworks Training Lean Manufacturing Training NTT PLC Training Epson SCARA Robot Training Epson Vision Training Beckhoff Advanced NC Motor Controls Training AMA Technical Project Management Training John Klees Plastic Injection Molding Seminar Branson Ultrasonic Welding Training

WORK EXPERIENCE
Mechanical Engineer Intralox L.L.C. 9/2004-present

Worked in the Manufacturing Engineering Group. Responsible for managing new product release and developing equipment to meet the needs of seven international assembly operations. Later transitioned into a role involving large efficiency projects including the application of PLC and computer based automation. Both roles required extensive machine design and the use of Solidworks to design parts and equipments from concept to reproduction and support.

Mechanical Engineer Jacobs Engineering Group

5/2003-9/2004

Mechanical Engineering project lead. Managed mechanical equipment on large oil and gas refinery projects including the design and implementation of centrifugal and reciprocating compressors, pumps, vessels, and heat exchangers. Also responsible for developing RAM or reliability modeling software and equipment databases for several projects. Developed several Excel and C++ based application still in use at Jacobs in Baton Rouge, LA.

WORK EXPERIENCE continued
Engineering Intern Audubon Engineering 5/2002-9/2002

Constructed a Mechanical Integrity Program based on a number of documents including API 570, API 650, ASME B31.3, AND ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Div.1 Section VIII and Section II. Spent three weeks implementing the program at the Dynegy gas plant in Venice, Louisiana. Assistant Service Manager Audubon Engineering 5/2001-2/2002

Managed a crew of 7 service technicians, trained new automotive technicians, placed orders for supplies, sold and performed work as an automotive technician. Automotive work performed includes: Replacing head gaskets, CV axles, brakes, suspension, fuel pumps, and computer diagnostic work. Engineering Intern EDG Inc. 5/2000-9/2000

Conducted a vent study to incorporate changes on a platform off the coast of West Africa. Assisted in extensive debottlenecking and desanding project.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Extremely proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access. Excellent public presentation and technical writing skills. Experienced with machine tools including lathes and mills, CNC and manual. Experienced in MIG and TIG welding. Knowledgeable in several programming languages including: Visual Basic, C++, Ladder Logic, Structured Text, Function Block Diagram and G-code.

ACTIVITIES/HONORS
SAE Mini Baja 2003 Recruited and managed a group of eight, diversely talented, mechanical engineering students in the design and fabrication of a competition off-road dune buggy. Successfully competed in two SAE competitions involving over 150 Universities. Placed 1st in Design at the Midwest Competition and received the Rising Star award. - SAE President (2002-2003) - SAE Mini Baja #1 Design (Midwest Event 2002) - SAE Mini Baja Rising Star Award - Outstanding Student Scholarship - Motocross Racing (1996-2001) References available upon request - Dean’s List (1998-2000) - Louisiana Tops Opportunity Scholarship - Mechanical Engineering Scholarship - ASE Certified Technician