Patrick Tompkins

Patrick Tompkins
Marion Tx 78124 361-652-3125

CWI Certified thru AWS 6-1-2013 Cert# 13060531
OSHA 10 Course completed
San Jacinto Community College……30 hrs
Union Boilermakers apprenticeship graduate 2009…..6000 hours, completed
Memorial High School graduate….2003
Experienced Pipeline Welding Inspector 2yrs
Experienced Welder: Tig Mig Stick (uphill/downhill) – 10 yrs
Experienced Rigger/Flagger 8 yrs
Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point – proficient
Quality Control Inspector for Ohmsted Industrial. Jan 18th-Feb 10th
Calumet Refinery Shreveport La.
• Visual inspection of welding and coordinating NDE
• Walking down of piping packages, documentation verification and selling off
• Mechanical and Code package walk down, bolt up verification
• Attend production/scheduling meetings relaying our progress and position
Welding Inspector for Energy Transfer contracted Thru Furmanite Inspection Oct 2015 to Dec. 1st
Halley-TW Residue 12″ Pipeline Manahans Tx.
• Visual inspection of hot pass; including interpass time and verifying pre heat temperature
• Verification of Fabrication bolt-up orientation to Compressor Station
• Verification of torquing on launching Header
• Completed Project
Welding Inspector for Energy Transfer contracted thru Directional Pipeline Support Aug.2015 to Oct. 1st
ORVP 36″ Line St.Clairsville Oh.
• Visual weld inspection of Firing Line
• Visual weld inspection of bore pipe and coordinate with x-ray when they’re needed
• Verification of welder certification
• Completed Project

Quality Assurance Rep. for ConocoPhillips contracted thru Element Integrity Sept. 2013 to Aug.2015
Eagle Ford gathering system South Texas
Flow lines
• Visual inspection of welds and verification of correct filler material and audit x-ray film
• Verified coating application and prep surface was compliant with COP procedures
• Verified line orientation, ensuring they were hooked to facility in correct place
Trunk line
• Inspection of fabrication of valve sites
• verified spools to ISO’s
• Walk down valve site to P&ID’s
• Asses discontinuities and recommend repair
• Facilitate and monitor repair is done in compliance with COP procedures
Take- Up and Relay
• Monitor removal of existing pipe
• Verify new material compatibility
• Oversee hydro testing of new pipe

Rig Welder Pipeline, Compressor Station, distribution, and Facilities May 2012 to Sept. 2013
L&P Pipeline Construction, 3S services, J. Irwin Construction, Foss-Oil, Brad & Sons construction Co.
Welding mainline, pipe fabrication, construction of gas plants. By working for these construction companies I gained knowledge of the pipeline construction phases and was able to hone my skills as a welder that I learned from my years as a boilermaker/tube welder.

Boilermakers Union Sept 2006 – Apr 2012
AP Com Power, Madison Industrial, Babcock & Wilcox, Fluor Maintenance
Responsibilities include: Construction Foreman, hand rigging, crane rigging, flagman, prepping tubes, welding tubes, changing tubes, boiler mechanic. Working here gave me the fundamentals for my future in the construction industry, from simple bolt up to complex rigging execution. It also taught me the importance of safety, that I am my brother’s keeper, and that anything can and will be done safely.

Louie Speaks
Occupation: Construction Consultant
Association: Former Supervisor
Years Known: 11
Phone Number: (832)-489-8547

Alton Inman
Occupation: QA/QC
Association: Former Co-Worker
Years Known: 6 Years
Phone Number: (936)-465-5133
Mike Niemietz
Occupation: Pipeline QA Coordinator
Association: Current Supervisor
Years Known: 2 Years
Phone Number: (210)-326-1983

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