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Hi at this time I am living between Canada and Thailand and am working in the oil industry of Alberta. Getting tired of traveling back and forth to see my family in Thailand. Have been doing this for about 7 years.

My back ground is in the Mechanical industry(steamfitter) in the oil and gas refinires of Alberta and Canada, Shell, Esso, Petro Canada and Suncor. are some ot the companies I have worked for in the past 5 years.

My various work areas are in the heavy industrial and commercial industry, oil refineries, drilling rigs, big piping systems, pulp & paper mills, pollution control centers, water plants, pumping stations.

A brief back ground of my education.

Mechanical Contracting & Project Management

UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

(Large-scale project management theory from concept, through

Planning, financing, execution to completion and sign-off)

Certificate for Mechanical Contracting and Project Management

Canadian Construction Association Gold Seal

ALGONQUIN COLLEGE, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Project Management & Human Interface

Algonquin College, Ottawa, Ontario

Project Risk Control & Quality Management

Algonquin College, Ottawa, Ontario

Journeyman Steamfitters Certification

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES CANADA

Gas Technician 1 Certification, Gas Technician 2 Certification

Journeyman Plumbing Certification

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITY OF ONTARIO, Canada

Innumerable additional courses and training .seminars on workplace safety, WHMIS, Hazmat as well as computer applications. MS Word, MS Access, MS Project, and other software applications.

It is in the hope to work somewere in Asia to be closer to my family, understanding that the salary would not be the same as here. The willingness to stay in Thailand would ensure that I would fulfill any obligation to a company. With 20 years of experienca.

Would welcome any leads or anyone interested can PM me for my full CV.

Thanks Bill

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