2016 – Present
Consulting Engineer and Surveyor, MARTIN, OTTAWAY, van HEMMEN & DOLAN, INC. Areas of specialization include forensic engineering, offshore operations, surveys, environmental management, and project management.
2011 – 2015
Measurement and Logging While Drilling (MLWD) Field Engineer, SCHLUMBERGER OILFIELD SERVICES, Prudhoe Bay and Cook Inlet, AK; Krasnoyarsk, Vankor, and Dulisma, Russia; Lafayette (Gulf of Mexico), LA; Kuwait City, Kuwait – Programmed and operated downhole drilling equipment that provided complete suite of real-time directional, geological, and petrophysical measurements throughout drilling process. Monitored and troubleshot operations and processed telemetry signals at surface. Created detailed logs and reports for clients (operators) and their respective geologists, drilling engineers, petrophysicists, etc.
Offshore experience: Anna Platform, Cook Inlet, Alaska
Chevron Genesis (Nabors 85), Gulf of Mexico
Hercules 202 Platform, Gulf of Mexico
2009 – 2010
Research and Development Intern, PICOMETRIX LLC, Ann Arbor, MI – Assisted with designing experiments and analyzing data to test applications of Terahertz Time Domain optoelectronic technology. Designed and machined test apparatuses. Formulated new software algorithms. Wrote code to reduce and analyze large amounts of measurement data.
Intern Engineer, GENERAL MOTORS, Warren, MI – Evaluated Terahertz Time Domain technology as a means of providing in-line film build thickness measurement in assembly plant paint shops. Coordinated efforts between multiple clients to provide measurement samples and test applications throughout greater Detroit area.
Education and Professional Qualifications
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Cum Laude) in Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2011
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Cum Laude) in Engineering Physics, University of Michigan, 2011
Certified Qualified Individual for the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 and proven competent at the level of OSHA 24-Hour On-Scene Commander as per 29 CFR 1910.120(q) at Gallagher Marine Systems, Summer 2018
Internal Auditor Training Course – Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 2017
Full Stack Web Development Course, Career Foundry, 2016
CrossFit Level 1 Coaching Certificate, 2015
Performed sensitive operations with radioactive equipment, such as calibrating nuclear LWD tools, performing leak tests on nuclear sources, and loading and unloading sources from drilling assemblies, 2011-2015
Worked as Injury Prevention location specialist and trainer, and Drilling Software location specialist for Schlumberger Alaska, 2015
Designed and successfully built and tested an optical device for measuring surface roughness, University of Michigan Department of Mechanical Engineering, 2009
Tested model and measurement devices for investigating neurocognitive effects of soccer ball heading, Boise State University, 2005-2007
“Hurricane Preparation for Marinas and Yacht Clubs,” presented to American Institute of Marine Underwriters “Marine Issues Seminar,” in Manhattan, NY, May 7, 2019
“The Delightful Frustration of Cruise Ship Power Plant Design,” presented to joint meeting of SNAME, ASME, and SAME, in Philadelphia, January 24, 2017.
Associate Member and Membership Coordinator, Society of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Board Member, Society of Marine Port Engineers
Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers
Member, American Association of Drilling Engineers
Associate Member, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society
Member, Alpha Pi Mu, Industrial Engineering Honors Society
Member, Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity of America
2007 United States Presidential Scholar, top male from Idaho
2005-2007 National Advanced Placement Scholar, youngest in Idaho
Russian, basic working, reading, and speaking
Spanish, elementary reading, writing, speaking
French, elementary reading, writing, speaking
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