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Gary Williamson, P.E.

6015 Bayview Drive NE


Tacoma WA 98422
206-510-3540
gwe520e2@westpost.net
Objective: To make a significant and successful contribution to the design, com
missioning, and operation of mechanical systems. My goal is to improve systems
efficiency, ensure the systems are cost effective, reliable and maintainable.
Qualifications:
Graduate University of Washington, BSME 1965
Registered Professional Engineer, State of Washington, Mechanical
Past President of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the International Society of
Pharmaceutical Engineers
Past Vice President of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air
Conditioning, Puget Sound Chapter
Awards:
Awarded Seattle City Light Power Player Award 2005
IBM Global Services Awarded Uptime Institute Tier III Concurrently Maintainable
Classification Performance (2004)

Work Experience:
BCE Engineers, Tacoma Washington
Senior Project Manager
March 2009 through August 2009
My involvement at BCE was limited due to reduction of forces. While at BCE I wo
rked on the following projects as Project Manager:
Washington Army National Guard: HVAC, Plumbing, and Piping systems design (unde
r construction)
Port of Pasco Riverfront Office Building: HVAC and Plumbing Systems (under cons
truction)
Weyerhaeuser Elementary School Remodel (Eatonville)
Eatonville Elementary School (Eatonville WA)
I was laid off due to a reduction work load.
ARUP
Mechanical Project Engineer
August 2008 through March 2009
Projects: Mechanical Engineer, Gates Foundation Project: HVAC and piping design

Mechanical Design Engineer, Franciscan Regional Hospital Enumclaw WA


I was laid off due to a reduction of work load.
Harris Group
Mechanical Project Engineer
April 2008 through August 2008
While at Harris Group I worked on a project at the Boeing Co.
I was laid off due to a reduction of work load.
CH2M-Hill
Senior Mechanical Engineer
September 2007 through April 2008
I was hired by CH2M-Hill to design a small biotechnology facility in Canada. Th
e design was completed but not constructed.
I was laid off due to the cancellation of the biotechnology facility.

Amgen Inc. (Formerly Immunex)


Corporate Mechanical Engineer
September 2000 through September 2007.
Developed new corporate design standards for laboratories,clean rooms, and vivar
iums.
Established the basis of design comply with new ISO 14644 standards
Established the basis of design for a new research laboratory campus with total
area in excess of 800,000 SF. Design has achieved significant energy reduction f
or the campus.
The campus includes a central utility building, vivarium, and office support spa
ce. High efficiency HVAC systems were incorporated into the project resulting i
n fan horsepower reduction by over 750 HP.
Utilizing pressure independent control valves results in significant energy savi
ngs.
The original chilled water design was based on a tertiary pump system. The pres
sure independent control valves allowed us to eliminate the tertiary pump system
s all together.

Bouillon Christofferson & Schairer, Inc.


Project Manager II
September 1995 through September 2000
Swedish Hospital Medical Center: Project Engineer for West Wing Modifications to
incorporate TB Isolation facility
Swedish Hospital: Project Engineer for new Eye Surgery Facility
Swedish Hospital: Project Engineer for West Wing Expansion
VA Medical Center: Animal facility design
VA Medical Center: Systems assessment.
McKinstry Co.
Project Manager/Marketing
September 1993 to 1995
Intermec Project
State of Washington Ecology Olympia WA
ORB Organization
Chief Mechanical Engineer
September 1989 a" September 1993
Air Force Precision Measuring Facility
Washington State Patrol Swimming Pool
Multiple Corps of Engineers Projects