Responsibilities as a Pump station Engineer

  • Designing of pumping stations for Water Supply, Pressure Boosting, Raw Water Intake, Wells, Firefighting, Irrigation, Wastewater, and Storm Drainage.
  • Equipment selections
  • Sizing of pump station
  • Knowledge of Hydraulic modelling and analysis using Bentley Watergems , EPANET is preferable.
  • Preparation of Design Report and Calculation Report related to pump station.
  • Specifications & Bill of quantities
  • Electrical load requirements for the project
  • Project cost estimation
  • Design safety & Value engineering Reviews
  • Reviewing specifications, drawings, and vendor equipment documentation from both within the discipline as well as from other disciplines for compliance with project requirements and actively seeks resolution.

Responsibilities as a Pipe Stress Engineer

  • Ensuring adherence to Industry codes and standards as well as department practices and procedures.
  • Contributing to design documentation and deliverables such as piping flexibility and stress reports, nozzle load reports, pipe support load calculations, and specialty item data sheets such as spring supports.
  • Performing and checking analysis and calculations, isometrics, conducting studies and preparing reports.
  • Developing pipe support standards and other pipe stress related specification such as expansion joints based on client requirements.
  • Performing stress analysis of critical piping for different condition such as thermal, seismic, wind, banana effect, spalling conditions, etc.
  • Performing fatigue analysis of piping system for applicable no of cycles.
  • Qualifying equipment nozzle loads as per applicable standards and project criteria.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and preferable to have Master’s.
  • Experience Required 9 to 12 years.
  • Working knowledge of applicable codes and standards such as ASME B31.3 and related API 610, 661, 617, 650, 560.
  • Proficiency must with Bentley Auto pipe or Caesar II.
  • Familiar with FEA and nozzle Pro preferable.
  • Experience in hangers-snubbers-struts-sway and brace-engineered supports.
  • Experience with constant and variable spring cans.
  • Exposure to compressors, air coolers, exchangers, and tanks.
  • Knowledge of the engineering development process and typical Piping Engineering deliverables such as piping isometrics, piping line classes, line designation tables, specialty items, and material selection diagram
  • Interdisciplinary Coordination for joint Utilities and Services among trades.
  • Coordination with related trades for reservation of mechanical spaces.
  • Exceptional analytical and problem solving skills with proven ability to lead and execute challenging projects
  • Ability to work within a team environment as well as work independently.