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Nader Alaeddin

Nader Alaeddin

Mechanical Engineer

Consolidated Contractors International Company

Kennesaw, GA

Mechanical Engineering Professional


Consolidated Contractors International Company

Mechanical Engineer

Jr. Mechanical Engineer in the Mechanical Department, Piping at PNG LNG Project – EPC3 Buildings, Utilities & Off-sites


Know and apply the various codes and standards of ASME B31.3, Section V and Section IX related to process piping.

Process Area Train 1&2 Commissioning:​ Oct 2013 – Present
 Study the P&ID drawings prepared by the Main Contractor and apply it on site for the following different activities:.
 Air Blowing and Water Flushing Preparation
 System Tightness Test
 Valve Seat Leak Test
 Preparation for Mechanical Run

Utilities and WWT (On Site): Aug 2012 – Sep 2013
 Lead the construction team for safe work execution at site to meet the production target and ensures that construction requirements are made known to the project team in a timely manner and obtains construction responses to the needs of other members of the project team.
 Study the GA drawings, issue a list of spools requested for fabrication and decide any priorities as per erection criticality and based on three month look ahead-schedule.
 Troubleshoot engineering design, resolves issues with engineering and/or fabricator.
 Track and report installed commodities for piping.
 Ensure piping, valves and bulk items are stored and maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements
 Performs duties with considerable latitude, exercising independent judgment and utilizing construction knowledge and resolution of questions and problems which may arise.
 Maintains strict adherence to welding program and project requirements to achieve quality standards.
 Responsible for test pack preparation, pre-test walk downs, and system walk downs.

Fabrication Shop: Apr 2012 – Jul 2012
 Ensure that construction is carried out in accordance with the specification as well as the agreed priorities and procedures.
 Maintain proper documentation and control of drawings used in the fabrication shop.
 Request piping, material and fittings as per schedule
 Liaise with the Company to resolve technical problems in the fabrication shop
 Coordinate with other sections and disciplines on site to ensure compliance with priorities.

Career medium 03
Career medium 04

Consolidated Contractors International Company

Mechanical Engineer Intern

Mechanical Engineer Trainee in the Kashagan Field Development Project which covers an area of 47 miles by 22 miles. The field holds up to 38 billion barrels of oil-in-place of which 13 billion barrels are potentially recoverable.
• Client: Agip KCO (Exxon Mobil, British Petroleum, Total, ConocoPhillips, INPEX, Eni)
• Comprehensive rotation on all the departments within the company which are:
Construction (Piping and Welding), Procurement, Quality Control, Engineering, Planning & Progress, Certification and Cost Control.


American University of Beirut (an ABET accredited university)

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) - Graduated with Distinction, Mechanical Engineering

Final Year Project: Examining the distribution of 109 generators in an area of 127,600 m2 through making an interactive map of diesel generators and rolling electric power outages in Hamra neighborhood of Beirut and analyzing the results collected by conducting a survey to obtain the following results through two different approaches:
 Environment Impact: PM emissions from generators are 1.86 times more than cars.
 Economic Impact: Saving 69% if generators are replaced by the government electricity.

- Air Conditioning​
- Construction Management​
- Machine Design​
- Design of Thermal Systems​
- Efficient Buildings with Good Indoor Air Quality​
- Manufacturing

Education medium 04