Anthony Harjo Curriculum Vitae



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Anthony Harjo

Curriculum Vitae


Mail: P.O. Box 7032, Cut and Shoot, Texas, 77306-0032 USA

eMail: anthonyharjo@hotmail.com

Telephone: +1 281 923 0523

Passport: United States of America

Summary: Service Contractor with 25+ years progressive work experience including 10+ years working as a self-employed S-Corporation President and Business Administrator while concurrently employed as a Welding Engineer, Field Engineer, Umbilical Engineer, Project Engineer, Supervisor, Manager, Company Representative, and Fiber Optics Technician.

  • <1 year (2016 to Present) Telecommunications industry experience as a Fiber Optics and Telecommunications Technician completing CAT 5E and fiber optic cable installation, hook-up, splicing, and testing, plus Multiple Dwelling Unit (MDU) and Utility Pole surveys, and preparation of survey reports.

  • 20+ years (1995 to 2015) progressive Offshore Oil and Gas industry experience as a Welding Engineer, Field Engineer, Project Engineer, Supervisor, Manager, and Company Representative while coordinating and monitoring structural steel and pipeline welding fabrication, rigging, load out, heavy lift, transportation, and installation of drill rig modules, jackets, decks, top-side modules, S-lay and J-lay pipelines, pipeline shore approaches, reeled pipelines, flexibles, flying leads, cables, umbilicals, risers, subsea production equipment, jumpers, spools, surface and subsea hammered piles, subsea suction piles, drilled piles, grouted piles, Permit to Work, HSE, QA/QC, Survey, Diving, and ROV intervention tasks offshore Louisiana, Texas, Mexico, Trinidad, Egypt, Norway, India, Nigeria, Venezuela, Italy, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia with eleven (11) offshore installation contractors and seven (7) oil and gas operators in water depths up to 2149 meters (7051 feet).

  • 3+ years (1992 to 1995) Ship Yard industry experience as a Welding Engineer and Field Engineer during U.S. Navy Underwater Ship Repair and Dry Dock Submarine Repair, including Surface Supplied Air Diving, Underwater Welding, and Underwater NDT operations.

  • 2+ years (1989 to 1991) U.S. Army Engineer Officer Active Duty Service including construction project management, personnel training and supervision, equipment maintenance management, earth moving construction, explosive demolitions, and military operations.

Education: 1992 Associate of Science Degree, Surface Supplied Air Diving Certificate, and Underwater Welding Technology Certificate, College of Oceaneering, Los Angeles, California, USA

1988 Bachelor of Science Degree, Metallurgical Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, USA



1984 Associate of Arts Degree, Welding Technology Certificate, and Electronics Technology Certificate, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, California, USA

Training: 2016 Anritsu DAS, PIM, and RF on-line training

2016 Safety One Standard Tower Climbing and Rescue course

2016 BDI Datalynk Fiber Optics Association (FOA) Certified Fiber Optic Cable Technician (CFOT) course

2016 Corning UniCam and Fluke DSX-5000 CertiFiber Pro Workshop

2016 3D Lift Plan Software on-line training

2014 ABS Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis course

1999 Wire Rope & Rigging Consultants, Woodland, Washington, USA, Sling, Wire Rope, Chain, and Below the Hook Lifting Device Inspection course

1996 Hydratight Sea Serpent Stud Bolt Tensioning training and certification

1995 Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Advanced Course, U.S. Army Engineer School, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, USA

1989 Graduate, U.S. Army Engineer Officer Basic Course, United States Army Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, USA

1987 Graduate, U.S. Army Basic Parachutist course, United States Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, USA

Certifications: OSHA 1910 & 1926 Standard Tower Climber & Rescue, June 2016

FOA Certified Fiber Optic Cable Technician, No. 2086416, April 2016

U.S. Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC), October 2015

OPITO Basic Offshore Safety Induction Emergency Training (BOSIET), March 2014

OPITO Basic H2S Training, March 2014

State of California Engineer in Training Certificate No. XE086160, June 1992

IADC/API Supervisors Well Control Certificate for Drilling, Workover, Completion, Well Servicing, and Subsea, issued 10 April 2009

AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) 91070043, 1991 to 2009

ASNT Level III VT+MT+PT Inspector, No. KM-1547, 1995 to 2000

Affiliations: Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI)

Fiber Optics Association (FOA)

Project Management Institute (PMI)

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

American Welding Society (AWS)

American Society for Materials International (ASM International)

National Association of Corrosion Engineers International (NACE International)

Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC)

International Organization for the Study of Wire Rope Endurance (OIPEEC)

Languages: English (1st Language).

Learning to read, write, and speak Spanish (fluent), Portuguese (not fluent), and French (not fluent).



Oct 2006 to Present

President and Service Contractor

The Scalded Dawg, Inc., Spring, Texas, USA

Self-employed S-Corporation President and Business Administrator working part time while concurrently employed as a contract Subsea Installation Engineer, Interface Engineer, Installation Advisor, Installation Supervisor, Interface Manager, Company Vessel Representative (CVR), and Fiber Optics Technician. Pursue service contract business development opportunities and review contract proposals. Maintain business accounting books. Complete time sheets, expense reports, invoices, contract records, and correspondence for services provided. Prepare Texas state and U.S. federal business reporting and tax forms for an S-Corporation. Work as a service contractor for the following companies with further details provided below.



  • 2016 – 2017 Lead Fiber Optics Technician, Sunrise IT, South Lake, Texas, USA

  • 2016 – 2016 Fiber Optics Technician, Accordant Communications, Seabrook, Texas, USA

  • 2014 – 2015 Subsea Interface Manager, Subsea Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain, Trinidad

  • 2012 – 2013 Installation Supervisor, PT Ceria Utama Abadi, Jakarta, Indonesia

  • 2012 – 2012 Lead Subsea Installation Advisor, BIDCO Limited, Port of Spain, Trinidad

  • 2012 – 2012 Lead Subsea Installation Advisor, DeepSea Engineering, Houston, Texas, USA

  • 2010 – 2012 Subsea Installation Lead, Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas USA

  • 2010 – 2010 Company Vessel Representative, Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas USA

  • 2008 – 2009 Subsea Installation Engineer, NES Global, Ltd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • 2008 – 2008 Subsea Installation Consultant, General Marine Contractors, Houston, Texas, USA

  • 2007 – 2008 Subsea Installation Engineer, Delta Marine Technologies, Inc., Montgomery, Texas USA

  • 2006 – 2007 Umbilical Interface Engineer, Technip USA, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA

December 2016 to January 2017

Lead Fiber Optics Technician

Sunrise IT, South Lake, Texas, USA

Contractor working full time leading a four man team installing and testing CAT 5E and Fiber Optic cables for the projects listed below. Responsible for tools, equipment, and supplies. Prepare daily progress reports. Terminate fibers using fiber beak out kits and Commscope Qwik II connectors. Determine fiber Optical Power Loss using the Optical Wavelength Laboratories FIBER OWL 4 test equipment. Install fiber terminations in Commscope fiber tray, and mount in Intermediate Distribution Fiber (IDF) cabinets.



  • Cable & Fiber Installation, Testing – Dec 2016: 7600 foot CAT 5E cable and 450 foot Fiber Optic cable installation and testing at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Estelle facility in Huntsville, Texas.

  • Cable & Fiber Installation, Testing – Jan 2017: 2200 foot CAT 5E cable and 94 foot Fiber Optic cable installation and testing at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Ellis facility in Huntsville, Texas.

May 2016 to July 2016

Fiber Optics and Telecommunications Technician

Accordant Communications, LLC, Seabrook, Texas, USA

Contractor working part time as directed by a Supervisor during the following projects.

  • Fiber Installation, Splicing, Testing – May 2016: Work on behalf of Verizon, New York City. Work in premises and outside the plant in man holes. Install Verizon Collector Modules (VMs) and Multiple Dwelling Unit (MDU) Collectors. Install Corning Fiber Distribution Hubs (FDHs) and Fiber Distribution Terminals (FDTs). Pull and install fiber optic cables and drop lines to the premise doors of a 17 floor apartment. Complete the feeder and collector fiber optic ribbon splices in Tyco Electronics Fiber Optic Splice Closures (FOSCs). Test fiber optic lines with OWL Visual Fault Locator (VFL), Optical Loss Test Set (OLTS), and Optical Time Domain Reflectometry (OTDR) test equipment.

  • MDU Survey - June 2016: Work on behalf of AT&T, in Dallas, Texas, while completing a MDU pre-installation survey of an apartment campus. Prepare MDU survey report.

  • Pole Survey - June to July 2016: Work on behalf of Accordant Communications in Alvarado, Texas, while completing a pre-installation survey of 267 existing utility poles using the IKE 3 GPS survey equipment. Prepare pole survey reports.

Dec 2014 to Oct 2015

Subsea Interface Manager

Subsea Trinidad and Tobago, Limited, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Contractor reporting to the Delta Subsea, LLC, Subsea Project Manager while working on behalf of Seaway Heavy Lifting in The Woodlands, Texas, USA, supporting their EPCI contract for the Cardon IV Perla Early Field Development project offshore Venezuela in 62+ meter (204+ feet) water depths. Attended project meetings. Prepared Request for Quotation (RFQ) for Diving Services, Pipe Joint Field Joint Coating (FJC) Services, and Pipe FJC and NDT equipment procurement. Reviewed and commented on proposals and procedures. Monitored work at fabrication and cargo barge load out work sites. Provided advice, engineering calculations, and recommendations to support the following activities.

  • Umbilical: Review and comment on umbilical installation procedures and storyboard illustrations for one (1) each 89 mm diameter Oceaneering SSIV umbilical with first end j-tube pull-in, second end lay down, and hook-up to an SSIV by Divers. Monitor transpooling, hydrostatic testing, and load-out at Oceaneering Solutions facility in Panama City, Florida, USA.

  • Fiber Optic Cable (FOC): Review and comment on FOC installation procedures and storyboard illustrations for three (3) each 23 mm diameter Nexans FOC first end j-tube pull-in, second end lay down, and hook-up to the SDU with ROVs and Divers. Design cable cradle for FOC handling. Monitor cable cradle fabrication and witness proof load testing.

  • System Integration Testing (SIT): Review and comment on SSIV installation procedures and storyboard illustrations. Monitor Subsea Safety Isolation Valve (SSIV) System Integration Testing (SIT), including connecting Umbilical Subsea Termination Head (SUTH) to SSIV and Topside Umbilical Termination Assembly (TUTA), SSIV valve operations through the TUTA, hydrostatic pressure testing the umbilical hydraulic control line through the TUTA to the SSIV panel, and hydrostatic pressure testing the SSIV closed valve on each 30 inch diameter ends at Dynamic Industries, New Iberia, Louisiana, USA, yard.

  • Field Joint Coating: Prepare pipe tie-in spool FJC procedure and inspection test plan. Coordinate test equipment procurement to complete FJC for five (5) each 31 inch diameter and seven (7) each 14 inch diameter API 5L X65 tie-in spools provided as 29 pipe sections for assembly offshore after completing hydro acoustic metrology for 20 field welds.

  • Pipe Spool Installation: Review and comment on pipe tie-in spool rigging plans, installation procedures, and storyboard illustrations. Prepare tie-in spool grout bag support and lift bag placement calculations for Divers. Prepare tie-in spool rigging calculations and plans for Divers.

  • Riser Spool Installation: Prepare riser tie-in spool misalignment calculations and recommendations for cut lengths, flange orientation, installation, and welding sequence.

  • Cargo Barge Load-Out and Off-Hire: Company representative during load-out and sea fastening of cargo barge JMC-260 in New Iberia, Louisiana, and off-hire of JMC-267 in Morgan City, Louisiana. Monitor seafastening welding, plus seafastening removal and deck undercut repair work during off hire.

  • Welding Surveillance, Fabrication: Company representative at T-REX Engineering & Fabrication, Houston, Texas, USA yard during surveillance of welding fabrication and truck loading of jacket and deck sea fastening sub-assemblies.

Feb 2014 to Nov 2014

Installation Manager

Valentine Maritime Gulf Limited, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Employee reporting to the Offshore Operations Manager while supporting the Petrofac UAE contract for the Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (ADMA-OPCO) Satah Al Razboot (SARB) project offshore United Arab Emirates in 16 - 25 meter water depths. Completed BOSIET, and H2S safety training.  Also traveled to Qatar, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia to conduct site visits on behalf of VMGL.

  • Jacket, Welding Surveillance, Fabrication, & Cargo Barge Load Out: Attend meetings and site visits. Review and comment on rigging and load plans, procedures, and drawings. Supervise two Operations Engineers, three Methods Engineers, and four Field Engineers during the surveillance of welding fabrication, NDT, erection, and cargo barge load out of four 84 mt jackets, including grout piles, boat landings, and other appurtenances at the Denholm Yam facility in ICAD 2, Abu Dhabi.

  • Jacket Installation: Supervise four Field Engineers aboard the DLB-1600 during the installation of the North Flare Platform including jacket and pile rigging, lifting, pile drilling and grouting, SMAW welding, NDT, and field joint coating. Interface with Client representatives and advise the DLB Superintendent as needed.

  • Pipeline, Cable, J-Tube Pull, & Shore Approach: Attend meetings and site visits. Review and comment on procedures and drawings for the installation of ten pipelines, including three with steel tube and composite cable bundles and nine pipeline shore-pulls. Work on Zirku Island, during the shore pull site preparation supervising 2 Field Engineers and a crew of Riggers and Mechanics. Work offshore aboard the DLB -1600 supervising 4 Field Engineers during the 12 inch pipeline and 120 mm JDR Engineering cable bundle installation and pull-in. Monitor pipe joint resupply, beveling, automatic GMAW welding, SMAW repair welding, AUT, and field joint coating. Prepare detailed installation procedures and work packages to supplement the procedures prepared by others with less experience. Interface with Client representatives and advise the DLB Superintendent as needed. Monitor production schedules and prepare forecasts.

  • Pipeline Buckle Investigation: Work offshore as a Subject Matter Expert aboard the DLB-1600. Provide advice and recommendations during a pipeline buckle investigation.

Nov 2013 to Feb 2014

Installation Manager

Essar Constructions Overseas Limited, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Employee reporting to the Project Director for the ONGC Mumbai C-26 Cluster and B-173A-B Well Platform Developments in 20 to 30 meters sea water, and the 1200 mt jacket, deck, and bridge in 55 meters (180 feet) water depth offshore Mumbai, India. Also provide advice during the bid phase of the Kuwait Gulf Oil Company (KGOC) pipeline project.



  • Jacket, Welding Surveillance, Fabrication and Cargo Barge Loat Out: Review, comment, and provide advice on project rigging and load plans, procedures, and preparations. Surveillance of welding fabrication, NDT, erection, movement, rigging, and cargo barge load-out of two 500 mt and one 600 mt jackets at the Adyard facility in ICAD 1, Abu Dhabi. Attend meetings and advise the Essar ONGC project team in Mumbai, India, and Singapore.

  • Installation Vessel Mobilization: Direct and advise the Essar representatives and subcontractors while serving as Company representative aboard the chartered installation vessel, Cal Dive DLB Sea Horizon, during the on-hire survey, mobilization, and equipment load-out in Singapore.

  • Pipeline, Beach Approach, and Fiber Optic Cable: Review, comment, and provide advice during the Kuwait Gulf Oil Company (KGOC) proposal for the installation of two (2) 12 inch diameter pipeline segments with attached fiber optic cables in shallow water with beach approaches and mid-water tie-ins offshore Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Dec 2012 to Aug 2013

Installation Supervisor

PT Ceria Utama Abadi, Jakarta, Indonesia

Contractor reporting to the ENI Indonesia Installation Manager while working on behalf of Eni Indonesia in the Installation Contractor, Saipem Indonesia, office supporting the Jangkrik Development offshore Indonesia in 500 meters sea water, as follows.



  • FPU Topsides Piping: Review and comment on EPCI FEED documents related to ASME B34.3 piping, materials, welding, NDT, and hydrostatic pressure testing.

  • Pipeline, Flexible Riser, Flexible Jumper, Rigid Jumper, Manifold, Umbilical, and Flying Lead: Company Representative in FEED Contractor office. Focal point for review and comment of EPCI FEED Contractor documents. Monitor document delivery and prepare forecasts. Review and comment on EPCI Bids.

Sep 2012 to Dec 2012

Advisory Engineer

Universal Pegasus International, Houston, Texas USA

Employee reporting to the Pipeline Manager for various projects while working on behalf of the Clients, as follows.



  • Pipeline, Rigid Jumper, Umbilical, and Flying Lead: Review and comment on installation contractor and vendor documents on behalf of ENI Petroleum for their Appaloosa Phase II, Allegheny Phase 2, and Pegasus Phase 2 developments in the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Flexible Pipe Jumpers: Review and comment on installation contractor and vendor documents on behalf of Hess for their Ceiba Flowline Gas Lift installation to an existing subsea development offshore Equitorial Guinea.

  • Flexible Riser: Review and comment on installation contractor and vendor documents on behalf of Hess for their Ceiba Flexible Riser pull-in to an FPSO and connection to an existing subsea development offshore Equitorial Guinea.

  • Pipeline Welding Surveillance: Witness Automatic GTAW and SAW of 8.825 inch od x 1.45 inch wt ASTM A694 X65 to API 5L X65 pipe, and Automatic Ultrasonic Testing (AUT) of the welded assemblies on behalf of BP for their Tubular Bells development in the Gulf of Mexico.

June 2012 to August 2012

Lead Subsea Installation Advisor

BIDCO Limited, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Contractor reporting to the Project Management Contractor, SNC Lavalin, Project Manager, while working on behalf of Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) for the Delta Caribe Oriental project 36 inch OD x 98 km Dragon export pipeline with an in-line SSIV, three shore approaches, one isthmus crossing, and mid-water tie-in, offshore Venezuela in 500 meters.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay, Shore Approach: Review and comment on the PDVSA installation contractor, Saipem, installation engineering documents including travel to their Fano, Italy, offices. Review, comment, and advise on the PDVSA pipe joint corrosion remediation and concrete weight coating contractor, Technip USA, procedures and inspection test plans for 36 inch pipe joints including travel to their Houston, Texas, USA.

  • Pipe Joint Inspection: Supervise four pipe joint inspectors during the pipe joint corrosion remediation and concrete weight coating of 8500 each 36 inch pipe joints performed by PDVSA contractors in La Brea, Trinidad. Monitor production schedules and prepare forecasts.

March 2012 to May 2012

Lead Subsea Installation Advisor

DeepSea Engineering, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA

Contractor reporting to the Project Management Contractor, SNC Lavalin, Project Manager, while working on behalf of Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) for the Delta Caribe Oriental project 36 inch OD x 98 km Dragon export pipeline with an in-line SSIV, three shore approaches, one isthmus crossing, and mid-water tie-in, offshore Venezuela in 500 meters.

  • Pipeline, S-Lay, Shore Approach: Review and comment on the PDVSA installation contractor, Saipem, installation engineering documents and the PDVSA pipe joint and corrosion remediation and concrete weight coating contractor, Technip USA, procedures and inspection test plans for the 36 inch pipe joints in the PDVSA office in Cumana, Venezuela.

  • Pipe Joint Inspection: Supervise two pipe joint inspectors during the surveillance of the pipe joint corrosion remediation and concrete weight coating of 8500 each 36 inch pipe joints performed by PDVSA subcontractors in La Brea, Trinidad. Monitor production schedules and prepare forecasts.
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