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Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM)


The Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM), in coordination
with the Construction Management and by means of the personnel
acting under his own authority, will undertake all engineering and all
pre-commissioning and commissioning activities up to the point
when each system and the whole Plant is handed over to Company
and all the Contractor contractual obligations are fulfilled.
He reports hierarchically during engineering phase to the MGK
Technical Director and during pre-commissioning and commissioning
phase to the Construction Manager (CM).
He is assigned to the Project by the MGK Technical Director in
agreement with the Project Management in the initial phase of the
project.
His main responsibilities are:

Prepare and finalize the engineering & commissioning strategy


of the project and assure his implementation throughout the
entire project life. For specific topic, such as planning,
involving high level of expertise, the Commissioning Manager
operates in co-ordination with the Construction Manager (CM).

Assure the preparation of the project


consistency with contract requirements
through a dedicated team, regardless
distribution of the engineering centers
development of such documents.

Assure the compliance of the assigned budget by forecasting


engineering requirements.

Participate to project review meetings, constructability studies


and 3D model review.

Interface Engineering Departments, Client


representatives in the execution of the job.

Co-ordinate with the various Engineering Departments


(Electrical, Mechanical, etc.) the schedule of activities, follow
up the updating and monitor the progress.

Finalize the office & field activities plan, the organization


chart, and the mobilization plan for personnel and vendors.

Organize and co-ordinate all site activities, from precommissioning up to the performance test, as requested in
the contract.

deliverables, their
and their quality
the location and
in charge of the

and

Vendors

Accept the DAC issued from Construction once checked by


Commissioning Engineers and completed with Commissioning
punch list.

Propose corrective actions in order to overcome upset and


delays at site in order to fulfill the overall target of the project.

Organize the technical training according to Department


standards and Company requirement.

Develop and foster working relationship with Company Project


Management in order to enable a seamless handover.

Provide the Commissioning Final Report that includes all


observations related to the project concerning organization,
manpower and technical aspects.

Provide feedback to the MGK Technical Director concerning


problems arising from the implementation of methodology and
work instructions to improve the effectiveness and efficiency
of the department; organize the most important observations
in the form of instructions for improvements.

2. Design & Commissioning Engineer (EDCE)


The Design & Commissioning Engineer (EDCE) ensures the
development of the deliverables of the Project to his discipline
pertaining to design or commissioning activities. He operates in
compliance
with
the
quality
requirements,
health/environmental/safety regulations and following the stated
procedures.
He reports to the Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM) and
he is assigned to the Project by the MGK Technical Director.
His main responsibilities are:

Prepare the project documentation and deliverables (such as


plot layouts, arrangement drawings, single line diagrams,
block diagrams, engineering specifications, typical installation
drawings, etc.) in compliance with the project requirements.

Perform the required engineering studies and simulations in


compliance with the project requirements.

Review the pre-commissioning and commissioning procedures


for all equipment under his responsibility and assure that all
activities are covered with relevant procedures.

Develop new or review the existing inspection forms for the


pre-commissioning and commissioning activities pertaining to
his disciplines.

Implement the pre-commissioning and commissioning


procedures for all equipment under his responsibilities.

Follow up of activities according to the schedule and by


applying the procedures and safety rules.

Co-ordinate with other disciplines like electrical, mechanical,


process, instrumentation for the smooth completion of the
activities.

Evaluate vendor technical quotations and provide engineering


information to the client for all equipment under his
responsibilities.

Report and update on the progress of the activities to the


Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM).

Provide feedback to the Engineering & Commissioning


Manager (ECM) concerning the technical problems arising in
field during the execution of activities, either related to
design, quality of material, Vendor packaged units, Vendor
assistance and quality of construction.

3. Design & Instrumentation Engineer (EDIE)


The Design & Instrumentation Engineer (EDIE) ensures the
development of the deliverables of the Project to his discipline
pertaining to design or instrumentation activities. He operates in
compliance
with
the
quality
requirements,
health/environmental/safety regulations and following the stated
procedures.
He reports to the Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM) and
he is assigned to the Project by the MGK Technical Director.
His main responsibilities are:

Prepare the project documentation and deliverables (such as


plot layouts, arrangement drawings, single line diagrams,

block diagrams, engineering specifications, typical installation


drawings, etc.) in compliance with the project requirements.

Perform the required engineering studies and simulations in


compliance with the project requirements.

Review the pre-commissioning and commissioning procedures


for all installations under his responsibilities (field
instrumentation, plant control systems, fire and gas units, on
line analyzers, etc.)

Develop new or review the existing inspection forms for the


pre-commissioning and commissioning activities pertaining to
Instrumentation activities.

Carry out and verify instrument calibration.

Provide effective troubleshooting during loop test and logic


test.

Ensure proper removal and reinstatement of instrument and


control device during commissioning activities.

Follow up of activities according to the schedule and by


applying the procedures and safety rules.

Co-ordinate with other disciplines like electrical, mechanical,


process for the smooth completion of the activities.

Evaluate vendor technical quotations and provide engineering


information to the client for all equipment under his
responsibilities.

Report and update on the progress of the activities to the


Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM).

Provide feedback to the Engineering & Commissioning


Manager (ECM) concerning the technical problems arising in
field during the execution of activities, either related to
design, quality of material, Vendor packaged units, Vendor
assistance and quality of construction.

4. Quality Manager (QAM)


The Quality Manager (QAM) keeps relations with Partners and Client
to ensure that QA/QC plan and procedures are correctly applied by
all MGK company members. Also, verifies the uniformity and co-

ordination among
coherence.

all

members

and

ensure

uniformity

and

He reports directly to the MGK Managing Director and he is


assigned by the MGK Managing Director.
His main responsibilities are:

Ensure the correct application of the MGK Management


System certified with EN ISO 9001:2008 by TV Austria.

Ensure Site Quality Plan preparation, its adequacy and


application at Site, arranging any reviews, if required.

Verify NDT, Welding Inspectors and quality control site team


activities.

Ensure the proper preparation of the test, inspection reports


and books.

Review Subcontractors site


Organization and procedures.

Check the flow of information and documents.

Review and update the existing inspection forms for the precommissioning and commissioning activities as described in
the MGK Commissioning Manual with the assistance of the
Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM).

Identify any organizational or procedural defect, analyzing


critical points, arranging any corrective action together with
the Engineering & Commissioning Manager (ECM) and
informing the MGK Technical Director accordingly.

Plan and perform periodical Audit on Subcontractors activities.

Quality

System,

Quality

5. Construction Manager (CM)


The Construction Manager (CM) co-ordinates all Discipline
Supervisors in managing Subcontractors activities. In particular, he
updates and develops detailed Construction schedules, optimizing
sequences and limiting any overlapping.
He reports to the MGK Technical Director and he is assigned to the
Project by the MGK Managing Director.
His main responsibilities are:

Ensure the implementation of the MGK HSE management


system at site with particular reference to their area of
operation.

Organize and lead, along with the Superintendent/Supervisors,


weekly meetings with the discipline Subcontractors.

Participate to construction meeting with the Client.

Promote Field revisions of the detailed Construction Schedule.

Verify congruity of the works with technical specification.

Verify material delivery schedule in order to coordinate


construction activities and optimize the relevant schedule.

Prepare detailed schedules and define priorities.

Check that schedules are kept to and to promote recovery


plans in case of delay.

Co-ordinate all site activities, and in particular interfaces


between Disciplines, with the aim of limiting work overlaps.

Assist and co-operate with the Supervisors in the ordinary


management of subcontracts, in defining extra-works and in
the execution of changes during the works.

Ensure congruence between the completion of Construction


and Plant Pre-commissioning, together with the Engineering &
Commissioning Manager (ECM).

Prepare his own section of routine work progress reports.

Perform discipline quality inspection according to the


Inspection Plan and procedures in liaison with the Quality
Manager (QAM).

6. Safety Manager (SFM)


The Safety Manager (SFM) keeps relations with Partners and Client
to ensure that MGK HSE Management System is correctly applied
by all MGK company members.
He reports directly to the MGK Managing Director and he is
assigned by the MGK Managing Director.
His main responsibilities are:

Ensure the development of standards for management of


Construction Health, Safety and Environment at site in
accordance with Groups policies.

Ensure site inspection and monitoring and the management of


HSE statistics database.

Ensure that all Field activities are performed according to the


MGK HSE Policy, the regulations, standards and procedures,
promoting all preventive and corrective action as required.

Ensure adequate HSE resources for all Sites, in terms both of


number and quality.

Assure the implementation of prevention activities relevant to


HSE and ensure the HSE awareness in the management and
supervision personnel.

Promote and implement incentive programs in order to


improve site HSE standards.

Ensure the correct implementation of site HSE system


management
in
compliance
with
standard
OHSAS
18001:2007.

Ensure to the Construction Manager (CM) the preparation of


project plans and procedures for the area of competence.