Project Engineer

Name : Cluib
Industry Type : Mechanical Contractors
City & State : Los Angeles,CA
Job Title Project Engineer
Relocation Preferences : Any location
Objective : Experienced electromechanical technician and project engineer seeks a position where invaluable technical skills and knowledge can be applied.
Resume :  
Casey Luib
4360 W. 132nd St Unit A
Hawthorne, CA 90250
Phone: (310) 529-8975
E-Mail: cluib95[at]

Career Objective:

Experienced electromechanical technician and project engineer seeks a position where invaluable technical skills and knowledge can be applied.


Possess high mechanical aptitude and applies knowledge to repairing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electromechanical equipment and resolving engineering conflicts. Proficient in analyzing and complying with blueprints, engineering drawings, equipment data analysis, electrical schematics, mechanical diagrams, and safety procedures. Advanced skills include preparing, processing, and maintaining work orders, creating budget proposals, compiling maintenance records, and documentation using Microsoft Office. High-level interpersonal skills communicating with engineers, contractors, and senior management.

Employment History:

Control Air Conditioning Corp
Project Engineer
Anaheim, CA
February 2007 May 2009
Communicated with project management, contractors, and vendors to discuss project specifications and procedures. Coordinated projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directed the integration of technical activities. Directed the installation, testing, operation, maintenance, and repair of HVAC building systems. Planned layouts and estimated costs for installing air conditioning building systems. Prepared budget proposals, correspondences, and work orders using Microsoft Office and Prolog Manager. Performed administrative functions such as writing reports and making decisions about the purchase of materials for project. Presented and explained proposals, reports, and findings to general contractor. Developed maintenance logs, inspection records, and equipment performance data for project manager.

Murray Company
Project Engineer
Rancho Dominguez, CA
March 2006 February 2007
Read and reviewed project blueprints and mechanical building equipment specifications to determine dimensions of structure or system and material requirements. Evaluated cost estimates and engineering changes. Prepared daily reports and document project activities. Analyzed mechanical plans, equipment performance data, engineering calculations, and change orders. Consulted with project manager to determine project details such as plan preparation, fixtures installation, acceptance testing, and evaluation of field conditions. Observed project site, evaluated contractor work to detect installation conflicts, and ensured conformance to project requirements. Complied with city and state building codes, OSHA rules and regulations, standard safety practices, and other requirements for workplace safety.

Dave and Busters
Midway Technician
Irvine, CA
June 2005 March 2006
Repaired and operated instrumentation and electrical components required for the operation of the building facility including games, simulators, and building equipment. Installed components for system and equipment. Wired and soldered components for electrical systems including building lighting. Replaced and adjusted defective and worn parts such as electrical motors, switches, ballasts, lamps, and fuses. Installed, calibrated, and programmed electronic controls. Responded to service calls for troubleshooting technical equipment. Performed routine preventative maintenance according to manufacturers schedules. Ordered parts as needed for various machinery. Implemented and maintained parts inventory.

United States Air Force
Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician
Charleston, SC
June 1997June 2001
Performed repair, preventive maintenance, and periodic inspections on generator sets, air conditioners, heaters, hydraulics, air compressors, pneumatics, reciprocating engines (diesel & gasoline), and gas turbine engines. Reclaimed and recovered refrigerants on air conditioning units. Repaired and operated aerospace ground support equipment in accordance with manufacturers specifications. Analyzed blueprints, equipment performance data, electrical schematics, mechanical diagrams, and technical manuals. Dismantled aerospace ground equipment with hand and power tools. Checked, repaired, and replaced valves, motors, controls, switches, gauges, wiring, fans, evaporators, and condensers for aircraft ground equipment. Utilized automated maintenance system to monitor maintenance schedule, analyze equipment requirements, maintain equipment records, and document maintenance actions. Used precision measuring tools such as micrometers, dial calipers, manometers, frequency counters, oscilloscopes, flow meters, gas analyzers, tachometers, and multimeters to test, calibrate, and operate electromechanical systems.


California State Polytechnic University
Pomona, CA
Field of Study Mechanical Engineering Technology (278 Quarter Units)

Trident Technical College
Charleston, SC
Associate in Applied Science in Aerospace Ground Equipment Technology - June 2001

Professional Memberships:

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers
March 2005-December 2006

Mechanical Contractors Association of America
March 2005-December 2006

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