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4496 Bonnywood Way Knoxville, TN 37921

Phone: (423)-231-6094 WestonTurner@UTalum.org

Weston Turner

Education:
2011-Present The University of Tennessee: Knoxville, TN Degree: Doctorate of Philosophy in Civil Engineering (In Progress) Summa Cum Laude, Chi Epsilon, ASCE member Concentration in Structural Engineering 2009-2010 The University of Tennessee: Knoxville, TN Degree: Master of Science in Civil Engineering Summa Cum Laude, Chi Epsilon, ASCE member, Cumulative GPA of 3.97 Concentration in Structural Engineering 2007-2009 The University of Tennessee: Knoxville, TN Degree: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Summa Cum Laude, Chi Epsilon, ASCE member, Cumulative GPA of 4.0
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Received Fundamentals of Engineering (F.E.) License on June 29 , 2009 2005-2007,Walters State Community College: Morristown, TN Degree: Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering Option 1: Associate of Science in Mathematics Education Option 2: Associate of Science in Physics Summa Cum Laude, Phi Theta Kappa, Cumulative GPA of 3.94 2001-2005, Morristown-Hamblen East High School: Morristown, TN. Degree: Scholars Diploma, Cumulative Weighted GPA of 4.27
Work experience: June 2009- Present Lisega, Inc.- Leading Specialist in Pipe Support Technology, Structural/ Pipe Support Design Engineer Responsible for the prompt execution of several multi-million dollar contracts Responsible for pipe support and structural design calculations used in the qualification of an array of pipe support and structural systems Familiar with a variety of engineering calculation software packages such as: Bentley STAAD V8i, Solidworks Simulation, and Intergraph Caesar II Familiar with a variety of 2D and 3D modeling software packages such as: Bentley SmartPlant3d, Bentley Microstation V8i, Solidworks 2009, and the 2009 AutoCAD Suite Responsible for the design of standard catalog Lisega support components along with the design of many special products used in the pipe support community Familiar with the commercial design parameters of the ASME B31 codes including: B31.1, B31.3, B31.9, and B31E. Familiar with the nuclear design parameters of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Sections II and III. Responsibly completed a variety of field service walk-downs and provided customers with technical troubleshooting while in the field. Responsibly used the MS Office Suite to develop a number of spreadsheets which have since been used to increase design proficiency within the Lisega, Inc. engineering department, MS Office has also been used in the development of Standard Operating Procedures which have been responsible for increasing the departments efficiency by means of a standardized workflow

June 2008- May 2009 Undergraduate Researching Assistant for Dr. Lee Han Responsible for the review of scholarly reports Studying license plate recognition software for the feasibility of vehicle tracking

August 2007- June 2008 Undergraduate Researching Assistant for Dr. Arun Chatterjae Responsible for the review of scholarly reports Studying the Impact of speed cameras/ photo radar on urban highways

August 2007- May 2008 Undergraduate Researching Assistant for Dr. John Ma Responsible for the management of various concrete testing Tension and Compression Testing Temperature studies Impact Testing June 2007- September 2007 BAE Systems- Aerospace & Defense Group, Summer Engineering Intern Responsible for training supervisors in implementation of modular concepts: Introduced the concept of the modular payroll, Used CAD efficiently, Liaison between supervisor(s) and engineering dept., Benchmark manufacturing time studies, Recommended and implemented manufacturing processes throughout internship August 2005- June 2007 Walters State Community College, Office of Student Tutoring, Tutor Worked with students on developing math skills, proofreading papers, along with helping students in an array of other subjects, etc.

November 2005-April 2006 Old Dominion Freight Line, Dockhand Youngest hire/employee, Dealt with Bills of Lading, Purchase Orders, and Bills of Material, Worked in shipping and receiving area

Volunteer experience: American Red Cross Volunteer, Medic Blood Drive Volunteer, Habitats for Humanity Volunteer, Appalachian Service Project Volunteer, Callaway Kid Volunteer, Operation Christmas Child Volunteer, Daily Bread Volunteer, Grace Baptist Church Vacation Bible School Volunteer, Boys and Girls Club Volunteer College Honors and Awards: Walters State Community College- Whos Who Deans List (Fall 05-Spring 06), Presidents List (Fall 06-Spring 07), Outstanding Physics student, Outstanding Mathematics student, Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, One of Three nominated to receive the Presidents Award-The highest award receivable by a student at Walters State Community College University of Tennessee- Member of Chi Epsilon- National Civil Engineering Honor Society, Member of ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), Member of Mortar Board-University Honor Society References: Mr. Tomas Ramis, Bechtel Power/ Tennessee Valley Authority (813)-810-8889 Mrs. Mary Breedlove, Walters State Community College (423)-585-2600 Dr. Edwin G. Burdette, The University of Tennessee (865)-974-7704