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MARK ELKINS 311 CAMELLIA WAY LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS 77573 CELL: 281-900-6468 E-mail: me5e6b38@westpost


ACCOMPLISHMENTS September 2006 to March 2010: Routine Maintenance Planner/Scheduler for the BP O utside Utilities High Voltage Group. Accountable for delivering planning and sch eduling services to the refinery utilizing SAP, Primavera, and Microsoft Office software. Ensure that the planning and scheduling services under my accountabili ty are of the highest quality in support of the site goals and objectives. Ensur e consistent planning and scheduling applications are applied in support of site maintenance work process controls procedures. Safe Accountable for establishing and maintaining high standards relating to the saf e, environmentally sound, timely and cost effective execution of maintenance pla nning and scheduling, and the long term strategies and plans in support of conti nuous improvement. Compliant Accountable for assuring all maintenance work is planned and executed, and meet s site policies and procedures, including Control of Work. Assure compliance to legal requirements and industry standards are maintained. Utilize the planning process to assure compliance with internal & external requ irements associated with OSHA. Reliable Accountable for planning and scheduling of routine work to assure all work is r esourced appropriately to achieve site availability and reliability goals. Drive continuous improvement in planning and scheduling work processes. Assure development of the right skills in the organization to meet business nee ds. Sustainable Costs Work closely with budget owners on controlling maintenance cost through establi shed estimating principles and close monitoring of maintenance spend. Operates within financial DOA policies. Drive for continuous improvement in efficiency and waste reduction in support a ctivities. Other Ensure development of job plans that consist of detailed tasks and cost estimat es for maintenance work (corrective, preventive, predictive, inspection requirem ents, short outage/unit shutdown, etc.) including number and type of crafts, man -hour estimates, materials, special tools/equipment, and specialty contractors i n accordance with maintenance work processes. Ensure development of and maintain library of routine job plans. Ensure that a job work packages include Detailed Work Plan, Bill of Materials, reference drawings, QA/QC package, technical procedures, HSSE procedures, CoW et c. Facilitate cost effective and expeditious completion of maintenance work with Re finery Maintenance Scheduler, Programs/Shop Maintenance Supervisor, Asset Coordi nator, and Contractor Job Representative to meet Programs/Shop budgets. December 2000 to September 2006: Planner\Scheduler for Fluor Global Services, wo rking onsite at the Bp Texas City Complex. Primary responsibilities include, dai ly, weekly, monthly, and annual schedules. Estimating routine maintenance, capit al projects and turn around activities, procuring material, cost and man hour tr acking and reporting. Also including the following: Foster a safe work environment. Plan safety into every job.

Maintain high ethical standards and level of professionalism Read and understand plant design drawings, plant specifications, vendor drawing s, equipment drawings and field sketches Prepare accurate and detailed job plans through the use of field visits and int eraction with the BP and contractor supervisors Develop detailed schedules for executing maintenance work orders and communicat e them to the appropriate FGS and BP team members Communicate effectively with FGS management and BP supervision Assist the Lead Planner/Scheduler in developing and reporting performance metri cs information Field verify material, equipment, tools and labor requirements for each job Requisition necessary maintenance materials required to perform planned job tas ks. Ensure materials meet all applicable plant standards Maintain up to date work order backlog in SAP. Ensure historical information for each work order is entered into SAP. Other duties and responsibilities assigned by FGS management, and/or written in to the FGS site maintenance planning procedure. Provide following information and assistance for unit cost forecasting/tracking : * Communicate schedule and cost variances daily with MALT assigned Performance E ngineer. * Ensure Performance Engineers are forwarded copies of daily, weekly and special schedules. * Invite Performance Engineers to scheduling meetings, and meetings called for s pecial projects. * Forward copies of estimates for major job, unit, or equipment outages to the P erformance Engineer for cost forecasting. August 1998 to October 2000: Instrument/Electrical Designer for Demar Engineerin g, Inc. Duties included: assisted design manager in all areas, served as lead designer o n field design projects with limited supervision, coordinated work for personnel working on projects, execution of design scope and schedule, created and compil ed complete drawing packages, maintained drawing books, checked other designers drawing packages, interfaced with project managers, project engineers, and clien tele and with contractors on the job site. Supervised construction personnel thr ough installation and checkout phases of field projects, generated design change orders as needed. I have extensive experience doing field walk downs and estim ating. I offer experience with Allen-Bradley and Honeywell TDC 3000, Moore Apacs , Foxboro I/A. Five yrs. experience with Autocad 14, and had begun doing work in AutoCad 2000. March 1998 to May 1998: Instrument/Electrical Designer for Deaton Engineering, I nc. Duties included, field walk downs for collection of data, for the creation o f estimates for control system as-built documentation for McNeil Consumer Produc ts Division in Round Rock, Texas. Created as-built P&IDs for McNeil for their va lidation requirements for the FDA. Created construction package for piping and c ontrol system modifications done for a Memorial Day shutdown. November 1997 to February 1998: Instrument and Electrical designer for Instrumen t Control Service, Inc. Duties included: Served as I/E inspector for Occidental Chemical Corp., at their PVC facility in Pasadena, Texas. Worked directly for pl ant personnel on their Line 7 Expansion project, doing onsite visual inspection of installation, and operation of instrument and electrical systems. Also instru ment loop checkout and buying loops for Oxy, as well as commissioning of their n ew ABB Advent Taylor DCS system. November 1995 to November 1997:Instrument and Electrical designer for Triconex S ystems Inc. Duties included: assisted design manager in all areas, served as lea

d designer on field design projects with limited supervision, coordinated work f or personnel working on projects, execution of design scope and schedule, create d and compiled complete drawing packages, maintained drawing books, checked othe r designers drawing packages, interfaced with cabinet integrators in manufacturi ng, as well with project managers, project engineers and with clientele at the T riconex offices, and with clientele and contractors on the job site. Supervised construction personnel through installation and checkout phases of field project s, generated design change orders as needed. I have extensive experience doing f ield walk downs and estimating. I offer experience with Foxboro I/A, Allen-Bradl ey and Honeywell TDC 3000 control systems. Designed and supervised the installat ion of field projects for Weyerhauser Corp. in Springfield, Oregon(turbine contr ol);Exxon Corp. in Benicia, California (turbine control) and Chevron Company U.S .A. in ElPaso, Texas (emergency shutdown system)as well as many projects that we re not turn key for Union Carbide, Arco Chemical, Texas Eastman, Rohm and Haas, BASF, Saudi Aramco, and Proctor & Gamble. Proficient in a Windows environment wi th Microsoft Office. Two years AutoCAD experience with R13&14 doing as-builts an d red line mark-ups.

October 1992 to November1995:Electrical Foreman and Technician for Seco Industri es Inc. Worked as an I&E tech on many projects in and around the channel area pe rforming all phases of industrial electrical construction including, high voltag e hook-up, controls and motor controls, instrument loop check, wiring of program mable logic controllers and distributive control systems. Served as electrical f oreman on the Exxon Baytown Olefins Plant installation of a Triconex ESD system on the plants "L" and "V" compressor decks, as well as other various projects.

March 1988 to September 1992:Maintenance and capitol projects electrician for Mu ndy Contract Maintenance at Hoechst/Celanese Chemical Inc. Bayport Plant. .Provi ded all phases of industrial electrical construction and maintenance, while main taining the highest level of safety; acquired 4 years of no lost time performanc e.

August 1984 to January 1988:Electrical apprentice for Brown & Root Inc. Assisted journeymen electricians in all phases of industrial electrical construction in many various plants in the Houston/Gulf Coast area.

Technical Training Basic Electricity acinto College Completed Fall 1987 Controls and Motor Controls lege Completed Fall 1988 Triconex Implementation and Maintenance Chemical Process Technology e Completed Fall 1995 PRIMAVERA P3 Training ompleted Fall 2001 Supervisory Leadership (Fluor) ompleted Summer 2002 Business Writing (Fluor) land, Completed Fall 2002 San J San Jacinto Col Completed Fall 1997 San Jacinto Colleg Bp Texas City, C Bp Texas City, C Fluor Sugar

References available upon request.