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John (Jack) Keefe


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Engineer: Civil (Project Management, Construction, Mass Transport Systems, Waste Handling)

Education - Formal
• B.S. (Civil), University of Wyoming, 1967
• Postgraduate Environmental Studies - Waste Treatment, Waste Water • Management, University of North Carolina, 1973
• Undergraduate Studies - Manufacturing Management, University of California, 1956
• Undergraduate Studies - Mathematics, University of Maryland, 1957

Other Education
• Federal Highway Administration - U. S. Dept. of Transport.
• Courses in Bridge and Highway Design.
• Geotechnical Engineering.
• Computer Literate.

Professional Affiliations
• Life Member - American Society of Civil Engineers

Summary of Experience
Over forty years of progressively responsible civil engineering experience, in construction and project management, in both domestic and international projects.

Responsibilities have included
• Complete Reconnaissance/Concept Engineering
• Estimating and Construction Management, Inspection Functions
• Resident & Project Manager Functions (projects to US 90m in value)
• Claims and Recommendations Assignments

Countries of Work Experience
United States, Philippines, China, Vietnam, Korea, Iran, Thailand

Professional Experience -- as an Associate of M.E.T.T.S. Pty. Ltd.
During 1996/97, assisted Mike Clarke in the preparation of an Expression of Interest for the Technical Assistance package for the Asian Development Bank's Philippine Natural Gas Regulatory Framework Study. (Particular assistance was provided with organising meetings with ADB staff, and ensuring that the documentation met the Bank's requirements.)

In January 1996, assisted in the appraisal of the Sucat power station for conversion to coal firing. During 1996, helped in maintaining contacts in Manila for Mike Clarke with Government, semi-government and private groups involved in the power industry, with special reference to developments concerning the Sucat and Bataan Thermal power stations.

During the second half of 1996, helped Mike Clarke in preparing a programme for examining new LPG opportunities in the Southern Philippines for an Australian energy company.

Jack's recent work has included a conceptual study for an underground metro railway for Manila, Philippines

Personal Details
• United States Citizen.
• Single.
• Lives in New York, USA.

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