Staff & Associates

Captain Brian Tuomi – Company President

Aids to Navigation
• System design
• Procurement
• Installation
• Training

Marine Safety
• Regulatory Development and Application
• Small Vessel Safety
• Small Vessel and Operator Competency
• Marine Service fees
• Operational Training
New lightweight, inexpensive polyethylene buoys
Papua New Guinea Development Minister
with Capt. Tuomi
Curriculum Vitae Captain Brian Tuomi

Present – President of Nautical Consulting International Ltd., a Canadian company providing expert consulting services in a variety of marine fields. For further detail see the company web site at www.nauticalconsulting.com.

Capt. Tuomi has recently completed a contract as managing director of a major marine equipment supplier in SE Asia/Oceania and in this capacity gained a high level of connection and knowledge with marine activities in this part of the world.

He was also the founder and President of MTAC Marine Training and Consulting Ltd. As of May 2002, the company has taught or tested over 70,000 Canadian Boaters for their Coast Guard approved boating safety Pleasure Craft Operator Card.

Captain Tuomi has developed and delivered a boating safety program for marine inspectors of the Government of Vietnam. Also included in the program was a detailed analysis of the waterways for navigation requirements purposes with GIS and traffic management. This program was carried out under the sponsorship of the Canadian International Development Agency and has been described by evaluators as one of their most successful projects. On this project he served as a design and construction advisor for a new class of VIWA river buoy tenders.

In March 2006, he has completed two contracts in Cambodia for the Mekong River Commission. The first project was a Master Plan for Navigation on the Mekong River, where he served as the maritime safety expert. The second contract was the design of an aids to navigation system for the lower Mekong River.

On behalf of the Asian Development Bank, he recommended improvements to Interisland shipping in the Solomon Islands. This project involved implementation of new regulations small vessel coastal industry and recommendations to corporatize the country’s marine department.

Also completed is an Asian Development Bank Project for the government of Papua New Guinea. His role here is to provide project management procurement expertise for three major aids to navigation rehabilitation contracts totaling $US15 million. On this project he developed the plan for a multi million dollar reconstruction of all Papua New Guinea aids to navigation and provided advice to a community engagement program. He is familiar with many areas of the waterways and marine operations in SE Asia, Australia and the Western Pacific.

Additionally, he also conducted a small vessel traffic analysis of Chalong Bay in Thailand, which examined pleasure yacht and tourist boat safety and traffic.

Capt. Tuomi also provides service as an expert witness in boating accident cases. He has provided testimony in several boating incidents.

While in the Canadian Coast Guard he served for 15 years as Captain of river buoy tenders and during that period personally supervised the installation of 3000 buoys. He has an in depth knowledge of aids to navigation and is considered a world expert in this subject.

Additional consulting projects completed
1. Diagnostic Assessment of Interisland Customer Asian Development Bank
Shipping
2. Ferry Operational Effectiveness Study Customer British Columbia Ferry Corp.
3. Small Vessel User Fee Analysis Customer B C Chamber of Shipping
4. Polyethylene Buoy Manual Customer Tideland Signal Corp.

Other customers: Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Canadian Parks Service
Kingston Fire Department
Burrard Clean (oil spill response)
Environment Canada
Toronto Police Department

Recent 1995 – 1997 Superintendent of Program Management – Canadian Coast Guard Pacific Region. Responsibilities included – managing the organization, standards, coordination, finances and capital of several operational Coast Guard programs. These programs included dredging and waterways management and information systems, aids to navigation, environmental protection and marine navigation legal affairs. Managed portions of implementation of two major Canadian Coast Guard reorganizations, with special emphasis on management structure and mechanisms of program funding.

Represented Canada in 1994 as a speaker at IALA conference (International Association of Lighthouse Authorities).

• Commanding Officer of more than a dozen large and small ships of the Canadian Coast Guard.
• 1971 Graduated in Nautical Sciences from Canadian Coast Guard College, master certification in 1975…

Publications

• Report on Operational and Cost Effectiveness of Ship Manning Systems (1991)
• Boating Safety in British Columbia – Public Consultation Report (vol. 1,2&3 1996)
• Minimum Boater Training Standard for Canada (1997 – Chair of working group)
• Rental Boats and Boating Safety in Canada (1997 – Chair working group)
• The Development of Mandatory Boater Education Standards in Canada – 1997
• Sextant to Satellite – Aids to Navigation in the 21st Century – Paper to International Association of Lighthouse Authorities – Honolulu 1994
• Buoy Handling Manual for Polyethylene Plastic Buoys – for Tideland Signal Corporation – January 1998
• “Basic Boating” Boater training course to Coast Guard new standard – July 1998
• “Expanding Navigation in Inland Waterways” Presentation to PIANC Sydney 2002
• ‘Marketing Study Aids to Navigation in SE Asia and Oceania” Various clients
2002
• “Program for Rehabilitation of Marine Aids to Navigation in Papua New Guinea-Parts l, ll and lll” – Asian Development Bank/Papua New Guinea Maritime Safety Authority 2005
• “Assessment of Inter Island Shipping and Government Infrastructure” Asian Development Bank/Government of the Solomon Islands – 2005

Additional Professional Activities

Represented Coast Guard at:
• North American Boating Law Administrators Association – Pittsburgh – 1996
• International Water and Boating Safety Summit – San Diego – 1997
• International Association of Lighthouse Authorities – Honolulu – 1994
• Member PIANC (International Navigation Association)
• Developing an international manual of boating safety

Countries of Work

Canada, United States, Australia, Vietnam, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Malaysia.
Significant Comments

D. Hinksman, Chief Commander Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons
“His cooperation, assistance, and significant effort to improve the liaison with Canadian Coast Guard and the recreational boating community in western Canada, is unparalleled.

“………His efforts will serve the boating educational organizations as well as recreational boaters in the years ahead, and will foster a better awareness of safety within the boating community. We extend our sincerest appreciation”.
Dr. Ngo Xuan Son, Director General, Vietnam Inland Waterway Administration
“He is Canada’s best expert on aids to navigation.”
New zero maintenance
self contained lights
Citizenship Canadian Languages English and some French

Specialized technical experience

1. Naval Architecture
• Studied Naval Architecture for four years to Master Mariner level
• As Manager of R&D for Canadian Coast Guard, provided operational input for ship design
• Advised Wartsila Shipbuilders on buoy tender design for US Coast Guard
• Design Consultant to Vietnam Inland Waterways on construction of new river buoy tender class.
• Provided small vessel stability advice to Papua New Guinea Marine Department, relating GZ calculations for operational stability of small passenger vessels.

2. Vessel Standards
• Working with ADB in Solomon Islands on Assessment of Shipping including program to assess and improve vessel standards on vessels to 300GRT.
• Developed and delivered to Vietnam Inland Waterways inspectors, a 10 day course on small vessel standards and safety “the best course we have ever received”
• Committee member for development of small vessel registration system for Canada and the United States.
• In Canada chaired BC public consultation committee on boating standards and operator requirements, resulting in new legislation.
• As Manager of Coast Guard R&D managed new standards for vessel development
• As fleet superintendent, managed standards and operations for 12 vessels with Canadian Coast Guard
• Served four years as superintendent of standards and requirements for Canadian Coast Guard in Vancouver.
• Served 12 years as master of vessels from 35 metres to 100 metres with daily input into maintaining vessel standards.

3. Rules and Regulations for Navigation Services
• 1998-2002 advised Vietnam Inland Waterway Administration on navigation rules for inland waterways.
• This resulted in complete country change to IALA standards from Chinese aids to navigation standards, and thus positive Vietnamese participation in the recommendations for standardization of aids to navigation on the Mekong
• As Canadian Coast Guard Superintendent of Standards, provided major operational advice to all aspects of regulations for shipping.
• As Fleet Superintendent was responsible for enforcement of navigation regulations for 12 ships
• As ship master was responsible for day to day application of navigation service regulations especially such as “collision regulations”
• Owned boating safety business which trained or tested 70,000 small boat operators in Canada and the United States.
• Served as manager of programs for Canadian Coast Guard Pacific and was responsible for Dredging and training structures in the Fraser River
• Worked with VIWA on channel design standards especially water level notifications regarding bridge heights and “air draft”
• Provided expertise to several major aids to navigation companies on bridge markings for navigation channels.
• Participated in development of Canadian Coast Guard software program “Design of Navigation Channels”
• Presently engaged by ADB in Solomon Islands in shipping improvement project including solving overloading issues by enforcement of load line regulations.

4. Community Based Port Management
• Presently employed by Asian Development to examine community (small) port facilities in the Solomon Islands
• Prepared recommendations for BMT Canada ltd. regarding community harbour search and rescue response for the Phuket area of Thailand.
• Advised Canadian Harbours and Ports Authority on the devolution of small port facilities to community based groups.
• Advised Canadian community port authorities on technical suggestions for small port maintenance

5 Nautical Port Access
• Delivered paper (available) to PIANC 2000 in Sydney entitled “Development of Navigation in Inland Waterways”. Paper included a summary of activities established to improve traffic flow on the Red River Pilot Project in Vietnam.
• Advised Vietnam Inland Waterway Administration on procedures for Inward and outward clearances for vessels and small ports.
• Advised Papua New Guinea Marine Department on risk assessment for port entrances. Reference to water levels, wind and current, squat of vessels and competence of operators and required pilot training. Paper titled “Navigation Risk Assessment for Port Moresby Harbour”.

6 Transport of Dangerous Goods
• Presently working with Marine Department of Solomon Islands on short run inter island transport by small vessels including standards and regulations for the carriage of dangerous goods.
• Attended training course in shipment of dangerous goods with emphasis on marking and recording of cargo.
• As ship master for 12 years was responsible for safe loading carriage and discharge of dangerous cargos such as petrol drums, propane, explosives, aviation fuel and others. This activity required in depth knowledge of complicated dangerous goods regulations.
• Advised Interoil Ltd and Papua New Guinea Marine Department on procedures for operational safety zones around oil refinery and transiting tankers

7. River Information Systems
• Provided operational input and advice for development of GIS system for Vietnam Inland Waterways Administration
• Advised Vietnamese government regarding feasibility of formal hydrographic charting systems in support of River Information System
• Spent 15 years as ship officer and master transiting formal River Reporting system of St. Lawrence Seaway (Montreal-Thunder Bay 4000km) with continual reporting requirements to several reporting systems in two countries in English and French.
• Advised Vietnam Inland Waterway Administration on low level River Reporting System for Red River Pilot Project.
• Advised VIWA on possible communications systems for Red River Reporting system
• Reviewed and provided analysis for reporting capabilities of small vessels in SE Asia river systems for VIWA.
• As Superintendent of Navigation Standards and Requirements, provided ship operational advice to VTS Vancouver Traffic
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Richard Huras C. Eng, BSc.

Marine Safety

• Small Vessel Standards and Construction
• Equipment and Operator Standards
• Ship and Port Security
• Dangerous Cargo
• Passenger vessel safety
• Enforcement
Passenger tour vessel, Halong Bay Vietnam

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RESUME
Richard Huras

QUALIFICATIONS:
Marine Engineer: Certificate of Competency as First Class engineer (Motor) and Certificate of Competency as Fourth Class Engineer (Combined). Member, Canadian Institute of Marine Engineers.
SKILLS:
• Processing and Managing large numbers of diverse marine regulatory documents.
• Comparing actual to required performances of ships and equipment.
• Managing Communication with all levels, ranging from general public to senior authorities.
• Comprehensive Reports and Correspondences.
• Conflict Management.
• Decision making and arbitration.
• Managing time and workload planning.
• Technical skills consistent with level of Chief Engineer on ships.
• Leadership developed as a Ship’s Officer, Steamship Inspector and Manager.
PROFESSIONAL ACHEIVEMENTS:
1998-Present – Transport Canada-Marine Safety Branch
Manager, Compliance & Enforcement-Sarnia Regional Office
Duties:
1. Plan and manage marine safety enforcement programs in such as Port State Control, Certification of Seafarers, Port Warden and Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
2. Main liaison for Federal, Industry and foreign administrations.
3. Expert advice and support in marine emergencies.
4. Lead teams on major marine accident investigations.
5. Acted as Marine Safety Manager, Ontario Region (6 sites, 50 personnel) in areas of personnel, budget and operations.
6. Managed Media inquiries.
7. Appointed as Competent Person (Canadian Administration) and approved STCW submissions for IMO.
8. Development team to create and implement (as an Instructor) a national Port State Control Course.
9. Technical expert for development of national Investigation Course.
10. Approved machinery plans to recognized standards.
11. Responsible for program for all Marine Inspectors in Region.
1993-1998 – Transport Canada-Ship Safety Branch
Dangerous Goods Surveyor-Sarnia Regional Office
Duties:
1. Manage and implement the following programs
i. Dangerous Goods
ii. Pollution Prevention
iii. Port State Control
iv. Canada Labour Code
v. General Ship Operations and Inspections.
2. Provide Liaison and guidance to Industry, other Federal and Provincial Departments, and Foreign Administrations in regard to the above programs.
3. Provide Expert advice and support in emergency situations, i.e. Pollution, personnel accidents, ship salvage, etc to Senior Management and others.
4. Logistical, technical and administrative support to Ship Safety Regional and District offices
5. Develop and document Human Resources Plan for Central Region ship safety inspectors
6. Member of Working Group for review of Seafarer and Certification Study (1997).

1988-1993 – Transport Canada-Ship Safety Branch
Marine Surveyor-Sarnia District Office
Duties:
District Office Ship Inspector
1. Interpret regulatory documentation.
2. Approve plans, calculations and data before an equipment or a ship is built
3. Inspect materials, equipment, ships and workplace to ensure their compliance to mandatory requirements and to recognized or recommended procedures.
4. Audit and monitor mandatory or recommended procedures.
5. Evaluate the competency of shipboard personnel.
6. Arbitrate conflicts between employees/employer.
7. Investigate incidents/accidents/casualties and if required lay information against offenders for prosecution.
8. Prepare technical reports.
9. Direct personnel onboard ships or within workplaces.
10. Prioritize workload with client demand.
11. Inform public, industry and seafarers.
12. Advised other Federal Departments in day-to-day work and emergency situations.
13. Use computer terminals/stations for reports and correspondence.

1987-1988 – Transport Canada-Ship Safety Branch
Marine Surveyor-Toronto Regional Office
Duties:

1. Develop, implement and maintain a Plan Approval Section for Central Region.
2. Analyze, evaluate and approve Marine Machinery Plans submitted by Industry.
3. Advise industry in preparation of design, modification and specification of shipboard requirements for plan approvals.
4. Investigate and evaluate accidents on board ships.
5. Inspect the operation, outfitting and maintenance of ship’s lifesaving, firefighting, navigational, cargo handling and other functional safety equipment.
6. Ensure vessel compliance with provisions and requirements of the Canada shipping Act and Canada Labour Code.

1983-1987 Transport Canada-ship Safety Branch
Marine Surveyor-Ottawa Headquarters
Duties:
1. Analyze all incoming field inspection reports for accuracy, completeness and correctness by comparison with requirements of the regulations and the Canada Shipping Act.
2. Maintain computerized survey charts and reporting system.
3. Inspect and approve Industry Machinery Plans for ships.
4. Train office personnel and Inspectors in computer use.
5. Liaise with Inspectors, shipbuilders, ship owners and upper management.
6. Resolve conflicts between interested parties in regard to plan submissions and inspection reports.
7. Assist in the development of functional specifications for a ship’s inspection reporting system ( SIRS).

1979-1983 – Canada Wire and Cable Inc
Maintenance Supervisor-Belleville Ontario
Duties:
1. Develop and direct a planned maintenance and preventive maintenance program.
2. Consult with production and Shift mangers to develop plans establishing priorities, avoid conflicts and reduce downtime.
3. Provide effective maintenance services to achieve optimum machine and equipment performance and reliability.
4. Direct plant’s Fire Protection program and was an active member of the Safety Committee. Enforce rules, regulations governing the safety and conduct of staff (13).
5. Develop and maintain an effective workforce sufficient in size and skills to meet present and future needs.
6. Maintain good labour relations by understanding and effectively administering company policies and the Collective Agreement.
7. Prepare and administer maintenance budget.

1971-1978 – Transport Canada-Canadian Coast Guard
Ship Engineer-West Coast and Great Lakes
Duties:
1. Service on various types of Coast Guard ships such as Search & Rescue Cutters, Icebreakers and Buoy Tenders.
2. Supervise Engineering Staff and contract labour as required, in operation, drydock, layup, emergency repairs and fit out modes.
3. Maintain and prepare budgets and effectively controlled hours of work and overtime.
4. Enforce safety rules and good working practices of Engine Room Staff.
5. Consult and work closely with Captains of ships in regards to optimum use of the ship’s equipment and personnel.
6. Provide technical expertise in marine matters on board ship.

EDUCATION:
Canadian Coast Guard College: 1967-1971 Diploma in Marine Engineering
Diploma has since been renamed “Graduation Certificate in Nautical Science”. The course prepares cadets for service as Officers in ships of the Canadian coast guard and equips graduates with the ability to compete successfully for administrative, technical and managerial positions at a future stage of their careers. Subjects of a purely academic nature, modern world studies, Canadian society, practical engineering skills and marine professional courses are provided.
Foreign Experience and Marine Safety Development
International Maritime Training Centre ”Mercury”
25 Tbilisi Highway, Makhindjauri
Batumi, 6010, Georgia
Course coordinator Anatoliy Charbadze
IMO Model Course
-1 March to 17 March 2004, Lecture on ISM Code and Personal Safety

IMO-International Maritime Academy
Via E.Weiss 15
34127 Trieste, Italy
course coordinator Otto H.J.Dijxhoorn
IMO Conventions and Codes
-Week of 1 March 2000, Lecture on Int’l Grain code, BLU Code, HSC Code, BC Code,
Container Convention
-Week of 26 October 1998, Lectures on Investigating & Reporting, Int’l Grain code,
Bulk Carrier Code, HSC Code, INF Code, Convention for Safe Containers
-1st 2 weeks of November 1997, Lectures on Safe Containers Convention, SOLAS,
Collision Regs, IMDG Code, HSC Code, EMG, BC Code, IBC Code, Int’l Grain code,
IGC Code, INF Code, ISM Code

Transport Canada, Marine Safety
Ottawa, Ontario
Course coordinator Ruth Romkey
National Port State Control_ Paris/Tokyo MOU
-Week of July 2002, assist in Lecture on specific aspects of PSC, modifications to course
– Week of November 2001, Lecture on all aspects of Port State Control
– Week of October 1999-assist in Lecture on all aspects of PSC
Note: assisted in development of this course to recognized International Standards

Transport Canada, Marine Safety
Ottawa Ontario
Course Coordinator Tom Morris
National Pollution Prevention Officer Course
– week of October 1997, one day Investigative techniques

The Shipping Federation of Canada
300 St.Sacrement, Suite 326
Montreal, PQ, H2Y 1X4
Course coordinator Ivan A. Lantz
-16 November 2000, lecture 1 day on marine TDG aspects for agents
-19 November 1999, lecture 1 day on marine TDG aspects for agents

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Alison Keighan

Aids to Navigation

• System Design
• User Consultations

Marine Emergencies

• Search and Rescue
• Marine Emergency Planning
• Marine Emergency Response
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Alison Keighan
Work experience Employer Nautical Consulting International

Developed and delivered “Marine Search and Rescue” course for managers in Papua New Guinea – 2007 to Papua New Guinea Maritime Safety Authority on behalf of Asian Development Bank

Employer Nautical Consulting International
Conducted Marine Aids to Navigation Review and presented a plan/program for installation of lighted marine aids to navigation in the Mekong River from Phnom Penh Cambodia to the Vietnam/Cambodia border. Program financed by Mekong River Commission

Employer: Canadian Coast Guard
1985 to 2005

Marine Aids Review Officer
• Designed and reviewed aids to navigation systems for coastal and river navigation along the Pacific coast of Canada to ensure safety, economy and adherence to Level of Service standards
• Conducted site visits and consulted with commercial, commercial fishing and recreational users
• Identified “design vessel” for the waterway, taking into account ship size, maneuverability and water depth
• Determined and plotted tracks, based on user consultation and best practices of navigation

• Conducted Site Analysis by examining traffic patterns & density, types of users weather data and navigational threats at the site

Typical South Pacific coastal/river vessel

• Conducted Needs Analysis to determine the users’ needs for aids to navigation, based on threats at the site
• In accordance with IALA standards developed options with various combinations of aids to navigation that would meet the needs identified and the desired level of service
• Analyzed the cost and resource impact of the design options and provided recommendations regarding the most cost-effective alternative
• Produced written reports, including charts showing proposed system of aids to navigation
• Presented finding to decision-makers and facilitated discussions to arrive at a finalized plan
• Delivered public information sessions and developed displays to explain finalized plan
• Trained new staff in the design and review of aids to navigation systems
• Evaluated new technologies of aids to navigation equipment for suitability and reliability under environmental conditions experienced on the Pacific coast
• Represented Marine Navigation Services division in inter-agency and stakeholder workgroups

Supervisor Marine SAR Program,
Maritime SAR Coordinator
• Planned, conducted and coordinated maritime search and rescue incidents
• Prepared and provided briefings, presentations and training
• Supervised SAR Training staff and
• Provided a focal point for addressing inter- and intra-departmental difficulties or conflicts regarding Search and Rescue

• Enhanced the partnership between the SAR branch and the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary (Pacific)
• Performed a quality assurance function for Search and Rescue operations
• Organized the annual SAR Workshop, bringing together SAR partners and the marine community to critique the performance of the marine SAR system on the Pacific coast of Canada

Navigable Waters Protection Officer
• Protected the public right of navigation by reviewing and approving, rejecting or requiring modification to plans for works in navigable waterways
• Determined aids to navigation requirements for projects impacting navigable waterways
• Provided input to draft legislation and harmonization agreements between the federal government and provinces
• Conducted site inspections and investigated reported infractions of the Navigable Waters Protection Act
• Conducted environmental assessment screenings on proposed projects
• Provided interpretation and developed procedures to cope with newly passed legislation (Canadian Environmental Assessment Act)
• Participated on multi-jurisdictional project review teams

Deck Officer
• Performed the duties of a watchkeeping officer on Canadian Coast Guard ships employed in Aids to Navigation, Search and Rescue and Icebreaking operations
• As the Officer of the Watch, was responsible for the safe navigation of the ship. This required knowledge of numerous position-fixing methods (both electronic and manual), ship handling and waterway characteristics
• Participated as a member of Bridge Crew and Deck Crew in all aspects of aids to navigation work, including placing, relieving and servicing buoys, constructing and servicing shore based beacons and resupplying light stations
• Operated small boats for the purposes of aids to navigation and search and rescue work
Education 1985 – 1989 Canadian Coast Guard College
Sydney, NS
Bachelor of Technology (Nautical Science)
(Degree granted by the University College of Cape Breton)
1978 – 1983 University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC
Bachelor of Science (Zoology)
• Concentrated in Marine Biology
• Education funded, in part, by academic and athletic scholarships

Other Related Training
• Oral Presentation Skills
• Project Management
• Marine Aids Review Course
• Rigid Hull Inflatable Operators Training
• Computer Training in MS Word, Excel, Project, Access, Outlook and various specialized software
• Media Skills
• Search and Rescue Coordinators Course
• Incident Command System – Levels 100, 200, 300
• Exercise Design, Tabletop Exercise and Full & Functional Scale Exercise workshops
• Emergency Evacuations
• Emergency Operations Centre Level 1
• Emergency Management in BC
• Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

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Terry Weber

Aids to Navigation

• Installation
• Training

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Terry Weber

Institution Qualification
Vancouver City College Science and physical education,

Vancouver Vocational Institute Marine Navigation and Shipmasters Business, certificate of competency,

Vancouver Vocational Institute
Marine Emergency and Damage Control, Vancouver

Transport Canada Training Institute Management Development II
Labour relations for managers
Loss Control Management
Modern Safety Management
Encountering the Media
Managing Difficult People
Fundamentals of Budget Formulation and Control
Intermediate Transportation Management
Project Management
1. Language Skills Reading Speaking Writing

English Mother Tongue

2. Present Position Retired from Canadian Coast Guard, Navigation consultant for Tideland Signal Pte Ltd, Singapore

3. Years of Professional Experience: 40
4. Key Qualifications

• As senior operational manager, controlled, planned and directed capital installation and operational services for Marine aids to navigation systems on rivers, lakes and two oceans with Canadian Coast Guard
• Qualified ship master limited tonnage, used marine aids to navigation systems on rivers, lakes, and oceans.
• Extensive experience managing budgets of over 4 million dollars annually at the same time managing a 25 million dollar rebuilding project over 4 years.
• Extensive experience managing over 75 staff and related financial, personnel, and staffing issues.
• Recommended marine infrastructure and navigation support systems to senior Coast Guard management
• Developed navigation support infrastructure servicing program annually for 2000 lighted aids to navigation in coastal waters

5. Specific Professional Experience:
• Canada
Location Position Time Duties
Vancouver Regional Manager Marine Programs Canadian Coast Guard 8 months • Responsible for all navigation services on the west coast of Canada including, aids to navigation, vessel traffic services, marine fees, dredging and navigation protection.
Victoria Program Manager Regional Superintendent Aids to Navigation 8 years • Developed program approval documents to obtain project funding for major and minor capital projects.
• Supervised 250 personnel in technical positions
• Managed Marine Aids to Navigation program for Pacific region
• Budget 4 million, 2000 aids to navigation, 35 staffed lightstations
• Produced buoy maintenance schedule for buoy tenders
• Scheduled and tasked two buoy tenders, 4 helicopters, and other vessels to carry out marine aids servicing

Hay River NWT District Manager 4 years • Managed marine aids to navigation program for Saskatchewan, Alberta, Northwest Territories, and western Arctic
• Budget, 25 employees, 3500 aids to navigation
• Developed aids maintenance program for 5 buoy tenders

Ottawa Team member National Planning committee 1 year • Developed national level of service for marine aids to navigation Canadian Coast Guard
• Modernization of aids to navigation services
Vancouver Strategic Planning 4 months • Developed plan and carried out community consultation at for navigation services

SIGNATURE :

DATE OF SIGNING : 01 / 02 / 2007
Day Month Year
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Curriculum Vitae
Barry M. Lusk, CLS., Master Home Trade., ACSM certified.
Area of Expertise

A full and complete understanding of all aspects of the creation of a nautical chart, its uses and the methods necessary to gather the data and produce the nautical document.
A full and complete understanding of the mariner’s use of this aid to navigation for the safe passage of shipping in coastal and ocean navigation.

Experience (employment history)

1966 to 1994, Senior Hydrographer in Charge, Canadian Hydrographic Service, Various periods.
1977/78 Advising Crown Defense lawyers in Maritime grounding case.
1980 to 1983 Acting Regional Field Superintendent, Canadian Hydrographic Service
1985 to 1994 Scientist in charge coastal surveys
1987 to 1989 National President, Canadian Hydrographic Association,
1988 to present. Financial Manager CHA/CIDA projects, Malaysia.
1985 to 1994 Scientific Authority on Government contracts valued at $2 million.
1995 to 2005. Lusk Hydrographic Expertise (S.P.) offering expert testimony and advice to shipping companies and their lawyers.
2002 to present Establishing a hydrographic capacity for the National maritime Safety Authority of Papua New Guinea

Ship Types (related experience)

During my time at sea I sailed on large research vessels both on the west coast of Canada and Canada’s Arctic. During this time I conducted complex hydrographic surveys in which data was gathered for the construction of Nautical Charts.
My work history encompasses the west coast of Canada, the northern coast of the states of Washington and Oregon, the State of Alaska and Canada’s Arctic.
Qualifications

1986 American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. Certified Hydrographer,”Inshore/Offshore” classification. Certificates #34 and #35.
1981 Canada Lands Surveyor. Certificate, #1034
1978 IHO/FIG Category A and B certification
1974 Home Trade Masters, 350 ton Marine ticket, Master, (Captain) #31196
1971 Small Craft Masters ticket,
1957 University of British Columbia (one year)

Presentations

2001 A paper titled “The Canadian Malaysian Connection 1974 to 2001”. Presented to the first South East Asia International Hydrographic Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
2000 Attendance at the graduation ceremonies for the IHO/FIG accredited Cat B course Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
1997 Testimony in New York on the 1992 grounding of the Liner “Queen Elizabeth II” off Martha’s Vineyard

Areas of Operation and Responsibility.

1. Responsible for ship borne operations that involved 15 hydrographers and staff as well as organizing the activities of the officer and crew of a 40-man ship.
2. Conducting hydrographic surveys involving the establishment of the horizontal control, land adjacent to the sea mapping, determining position of aids to navigation, tidal measurements and all hydrography necessary to produce nautical charts on the west coast of Canada and Canada’s Western Arctic.
3. Responsible for the efficient operation of a survey budget of $500,000 and ships and equipment valued at $26 million.
4. Exploratory hydrographic surveys in the International waters west of Thule, Greenland, Denmark, 1989.
5. Automated ship and launch surveys Canada’s Western Arctic. Maiden voyage of the “John P. Tully” a major Canadian Hydrographic Survey ship. Title, Hydrographer in Charge.
6. Numerous multi disciplinary surveys on Canada’s West Coast.
7. Numerous NOAA/CHS working exchange visits. Alaska, Washington,Oregon. Gravity surveys with NOAA in US waters.
8. Scientist in charge of multidiscipline surveys on Canada’s west coast and Canadian Arctic. 1976 to 1994.
9. Participated in the planning for the construction of the multidiscipline survey ship John P. Tully and refurbishing of the research ship Vector. 1985 through 1994.

Significant Cases

2000/2001 Limar Shipping, Ltd. and OMI Corp. vs. The United States of America. Grounding of the M.V. Limar in Boston Harbour. Law Firm of Clinton and Muzyka, P.C. Boston Mass. Contact Robert Collins, 617-723- 9165.

1999 Western Bulk Carriers, K.S. v. United Sates of America. Grounding of M.V. Aktea in the Port of Stockton. Law Firm of Hancock,Rothert and Bunshoft. Contact James P. Koelzer, 41- 981- 5550. San Francisco, California.

1996/1998 Cunard vs. The United States of America. Grounding of the liner QE II off Martha’s Vineyard, New York. Law Firm of Hancock, Rothert and Bunshoft, Los Angeles California. Contact Mr. Robert Zapf 213- 623 -7777 (4443)
Barry M. Lusk CLS
Lusk Hydrographic Expertise (s.p. 1995)
I swear the above information is accurate.
November 20, 2001

Glossary
CHA…Canadian Hydrographic Association
CIDA.. Canadian International Development Agency (Hull)
IHO…. International Hydrographic Organization (Monoco)
FIG…. Federation International Geodesique (French)

Ports and
Waterway Engineering

Richard Bryant
1. Proposed Position: Maritime Port Specialist

2. Name of Firm: Nautical Consulting International

3. Name of Expert: Richard Bryant

4. Date of Birth: February 16, 1941 Citizenship: Canadian

Key Qualifications:

Richard Bryant has over 35 years experience in transport program service delivery.
His work has been related to the management of the provision of marine services, cost recovery for those services, the development of transportation policy, the development of strategic plans and the measurement of performance related to those strategic objectives.

He worked for the Canadian Coast Guard for over 24 years reaching the highest level on the west coast of Canada as the Regional Director.

As the President of the shipping industry association over the past 6 years he has represented the interests of the industry to the government of Canada in the field of safety, security and environmental legislation including cost recovery policy and the administration of the cost recovery system for commercial marine users in Canada.
5. Education:
B. Eng Royal Military College of Canada 1963
MBA McMaster University, Hamilton Canada 1978
6. Membership of Professional Associations:
Institute of Logistics & Transport (UK)

7. Other Training:

8. Countries of Work Experience
Canada, Senegal and Singapore

9. Languages:
Language: Speaking Reading Writing
English Excellent Excellent Excellent

10. Employment Record [Starting with present position]
From: 2002 To: present Employer: Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia
Positions held: President
From: 1978 To: 2002 Employer: Canadian Coast Guard
Positions held: Regional Director, Program Manager, Regional Engineer
From: 1972 To: 1978 Employer: Canadian Hydrographic Service
Positions held: Manager hydrographic Development Group
From: 1966 To: 1972 Employer: Canadian General Electric
Positions held: Research and Development Engineer
From: 1963 To: 1966 Employer: Royal Canadian Air Force
Positions held: Radar and Communications Officer

Richard Bryant with Senior Officials of Papua New Guinea Government

11.
Detailed Tasks Assigned under this assignment:
Maritime Policy Specialist
Provide expert advice related to strategic planning and preparation of training material. Review existing harbor dues structure and recommend potential structures for calculating harbor usage fee structures across all sectors. Assist with the development of broad based stakeholder consultation and assist with the preparation of documents required to obtain approval for the introduction of harbor usage charges.

Capacity Building in MTC
Provide capacity building
assistance to strengthen MTC’s capacity to effectively plan and regulate the maritime transport sector and to monitor Project implementation and achievement of Project impact indicators
outlined in the Design and Monitoring Framework. Capacity building will be provided in the
following areas (i) strategic policy and planning capacity; (ii) regulatory capacity with regards to
establishing appropriate harbor user charges.

Provide Maritime Transport Planning – Policy,
Regulatory and Evaluation support in the areas of (i) strategic planning and policy analysis; (ii)
establishment and policy formulation and implementation, establishment of harbor
usage charges .

Prepare training materials and deliver formal and on-the-job training with regards to strategy
and policy formulation in accordance with the requirements determined by the training needs
assessment in particular with regards to:
(i) Strategic planning and integration with the national development plans, including the
draft 7NDP and the national budgets; and
(ii) Policy analysis and preparation.

Establishment of Harbor Usage Charges.
Review the existing applicable legislation of the Republic of the Maldives to identify the
legal basis and due process for establishment of harbor usage charges. In the event no
legal basis and/or process are in place, draft legal acts or amendments to the relevant
legal acts and develop a recommendation on actions to be taken to set the legal
framework for establishment of harbor usage charges;
ii. Review existing harbor usage charges structures in Malé harbors and recommend
potential structures for calculation of harbor usage charges based on a number of
parameters, including the following: (a) establishment of harbor usage fee structures
across harbors to ensure equity to different market segments; (b) customer
segmentation; (c) cost recovery in accordance with Government policy objectives; (d)
maximize utilization of harbor infrastructure; and (e) conduct willingness to pay and
affordability surveys of relevant user segments to support this analysis.
iii. Assist in ensuring broad based stake-holder consultations on the proposed harbor usage
charges including with users, relevant Government agencies and ADB to reach
agreement on a time bound action plan for implementation of the preferred harbor user
charges.
12. Work Undertaken that Best Illustrates Capability to Handle the Tasks Assigned:

2002 to date Employer: Chamber of Shipping, President

Administration of the collection of marine services fees payable by commercial users in western Canada on behalf of the Canadian Coast Guard. Interpretation of regulatory requirements in the application of fees and resolution of disputes between users and the Coast Guard.

Review of the current Canadian fee structure for Coast Guard services with the intent of modernizing the fee structure to better relate to current business practice including the introduction of incentives for environmental performance and greater equity between various user groups.

Development and implementation of new port user fees with specific incentives to stimulate improved environmental performance in the area of ship air emissions.

Participated in the design and implementation of a new joint industry government consultative body at the Deputy Minister / CEO level to deal with broad policy issues facing the shipping sector in Canada with subject matter ranging from system productivity, regulatory impact, environmental performance, human resources development and technology development and implementation.

Development of a strategic plan for the Chamber of Shipping including stakeholder surveys, director training and facilitation.

Assisted the Canadian Coast Guard with the development of a new consultative body to provide advice on the strategic direction for marine service delivery, levels of service and cost recovery.

Hosted an international symposium on short sea shipping and worked with Transport Canada officials on the formulation of a short sea shipping strategy for Canada.

Carried out an assessment of the level of use and barriers to implementation of innovative technology in the marine sector in Canada through the use of stakeholder surveys and made recommendations for innovation policy for marine transportation in Canada in the areas of navigation, logistics and environmental impact reduction.

Provided advice to Transport Canada on the development of regulations to deal with safety, security and environmental issues related to the marine transportation sector.
1978 to 2002 Employer: Canadian Coast Guard, Regional Director

Established new consultative structures to deal with a broad range of stakeholders from recreational boaters, to fishers, to commercial shippers to provide advice on strategic plans, levels of service and cost recovery.

Participated in the consultative process for the implementation of a new cost recovery program for Coast Guard
Services. Process was used to develop a fee structure that was fair and reasonable for a broad range of stakeholders that achieved the financial targets required to support the resource needs of the program.

Established structures for performance measurement and reported on the achievement of strategic objectives related to Coast guard program delivery which required surveys and direct consultation with a broad range of service users.

Managed Coast Guard program service delivery for multiple stakeholder groups subject to cost recovery that required delivery of services to recognized levels and the need to balance service provision expectation with the program cost and levels of cost recovery, seeking equitable treatment for all groups.

13. Certification:

I, the undersigned, certify to the best of my knowledge and belief−
(i) this CV correctly describes my qualifications and my experience
(ii) I am not employed by the Executing /Implementing Agency
(iii) I am/am not (please underline which applies) in regular full-time employment with the Consultant or the Sub-Consultant

I further certify that I was not involved in the preparation of the terms of reference for this consulting services assignment. I understand that any willful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.

Date: May 28, 2007
[Signature of expert or authorized representative of the firm] Day/Month/Year
Full name of authorized representative: Richard Bryant
207- 15025 Victoria Avenue

White Rock BC, V4B 1G2

Canada

www.nauticalconsulting.com

email: briantuomi@nauticalconsulting.com

Captain Robin Heath

• Pilotage
• Port Management
• Port Development

Sydney Harbour, Australia
Captain Robin P. Heath MSc., MNI
Summary Master Mariner with recent past experience as an Unlimited Pilot and previous experience as a Pilot Manager on the west coast of Canada. Currently the Harbour Master for the ports of Sydney and Botany Bay.

Strong strategic thinker and team builder/player.
Areas of Expertise * shiphandling in confined waters
* navigation safety in port areas
* pilotage operations
* government/industry liaison
* personnel management
* port development
* training and mentoring
Experience Sydney Port Corporation 2006 – Present

Currently the Harbour Master for Sydney and Botany Bay ensuring the safe navigation of vessels by way of managing the Pilot Service and providing nautical expertise in the areas of Aids to Navigation and Vessel Traffic Services.
Atlantic Pilotage Authority 1999- 2006

Unlimited Pilot for the Port of Halifax and Sheet Harbour.
Piloting Container vessels up to 5500 TEU, Panamax bulkers, Cruise ships, Car & Woodchip Carriers, Suezmax tanker and a variety of other craft. Conducted approx. 2800 pilotage assignments over a 7 year period in a challenging environment without major incident.
Pacific Pilotage Authority 1995-1999

Director of Operations responsible for overall day to day management of the pilotage service on the west coast of Canada including administration of eight employee river Pilots and one hundred and ten coastal Pilots.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada 1994-1995

Chief, Marine Services – Bedford Institute of Oceanography
Responsible for the overall day to day management of a fleet of twenty vessels in various operational objectives including science, hydrography and fisheries patrol.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada 1993-1994

Director of Fleet Operations (Interim) – Vessel Management Directorate, Fleet Headquarters, Ottawa

Fisheries and Oceans Canada 1987-1993

Master for 5 yrs. on various departmental deepsea research vessels engaged in multipurpose science missions.
Education Master of Science Degree in International Shipping 1992
University of Plymouth, England.

Thesis on strategic management utilizing the Port of Halifax as a case study. The main objective was to identify the environmental influences that contributed to the decline of liner traffic volumes and to examine the possible strategies available to regain competitive advantage.

Education Nautical Science Diploma 1981
Canadian Coast Guard College

A three year full-time cadet program in nautical sciences resulting in graduation with a STCW watchkeeping certificate of competency.

Level one (basic) Hydrography

Marine Certification Valid Master (unlimited) STCW 1995 issued 1986
Unlimited tonnage Pilot License
Professional Associations The Nautical Institute (U.K.)

International Harbour Masters’ Association
References Available upon request

207- 15025 Victoria Avenue

White Rock BC, V4B 1G2

Canada

www.nauticalconsulting.com

email: briantuomi@nauticalconsulting.com

Vu Manh Hung
Waterway Engineering

• Waterway Design
• Dredging Programs
• Port Design
• Training
Management of busy small vessel harbors
Vu Manh Hung – Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DATA
Born on May 28th 1972, male, married, Vietnamese.
Permanent address:
35 Lang Ha Street, Ha Noi city, Vietnam.
Email: vmhung_vmu@yahoo.com
Cell phone: (04) 5146713
Mailing Address:
80 Tran Hung Dao Str, Ha Noi, Vietnam
QUALIFICATIONS
Good analytical ability, strong computer skills, very good interpersonal skills, observation and adaptation skills.
EDUCATION
• Vietnam Maritime University (VMU), Faculty of Waterway Construction and Maritime Safety, Haiphong, Vietnam: B. Eng. (1994), Major: Coastal Engineering and Aids to Navigation, Thesis: Using DGPS and Computer to Automate Bathymetric Surveying,
• Vietnam Maritime University (VMU), Haiphong, Vietnam: Msc. (1997), Major: Using remoting sensing in hydrographic survey.
• Vietnam Maritime University (VMU), Faculty of Waterway Construction and Maritime Safety, Haiphong, Vietnam: B. Eng. (2000), Major: Waterway Construction Engineering, Thesis: Design the 10.000 DWT LNG Jetty for DHP Oil Gas Corporation,
• IHE Delt, Nertheland: Certificate (2002), Major: Port management.
• Japan Construction Training Center Foudation, Japan: Certificate (2000), Major: Environmental Assessment in Infrastructure Development

EXPERIENCE
1994 to 2004: Ministry of Transportation – Vietnam Maritime University – Waterway Construction and Navigation Safety Faculty
Responsibilities:
As a major lecturer in Aids to Navigation and navigation channel
Teaching assignments:
– Aids to navigation;
– Hydrographic survey;
– Access channel design;
– Dredging techniques.
Other assignments:
– Being full responsible for the National Scientific Research Project “ Establishment of DGPS station along Coast of Vietnam for multiple usage”
– Training officer of the USD 500,000 Project “ Education, training and scientific
research promotion and improvement of the waterway construction faculty – Vietnam Maritime University” funded by World Bank

1998 to 2004: Dinh Vu Development Joint Venture Company (DVDJVC), Haiphong, Vietnam. (www.dvez.com) DVDJVC is partnership between American International Group Inc (AIG) from United State, International Port Engineering NV (IPEM) from Belgium. DVDJVC develop the Dinh Vu Economic Zone with total area of 1152 ha in Haiphong city, comprising industrial park, 3000 m quay length modern deep sea port.

Managing Maritime Chaos

Responsibilities:
– Working as project engineer, mainly in land reclamation, dredging and master plan development.
1997 to 2004: Ministry of Transportation – Vietnam Maritime University – Consulting Center for Maritime Construction Technology DevelopmentTaking part in many port development project, waterway transportation development.
2004 to date: Ministry of Transportation – Vietnam Inland Waterway Administration
– Vice Director of Department of Science, Technology and International Relation.
LANGUAGES
Fill in: 1 = native speaker 2 = excellent 3 = good 4 = average 5 = minimal

English French Vietnamese
Understanding 3 1
Reading 3 1
Writing 3 1
Speaking 3 1

COMPUTER PROFICIENCIES
• Application softwares: Microsoft Office, Spss.
• Professional softwares: AutoCad 2000, Softdesk for Civil/Survey,
• Programming Language: Pascal, C++, Mathcad
INTERESTS
• Computer, Internet
• Learning new abilities and looking for something challenging.

I certify that the answers in the above form are complete and truthful.
Date: 10/06/2005
Signature of the candidate

Vu Manh Hung
208 – 15025 Victoria Avenue

White Rock BC, V4B 1G2

Canada

www.nauticalconsulting.com

email: briantuomi@nauticalconsulting.com
Tom Lauga

Waterway Engineering

• Waterway Design
• Dredging Programs
• Port Design
• Training

207-15025 Victoria Ave
White Rock, B.C. V4B iG2
Canada Tel. 1-604-531-6249
1. PROPOSED POSITION
FOR THIS PROJECT
: Marine Transport Engineer
2. NAME : Thomas J Lauga

3. DATE OF BIRTH :
February 23, 1948
4. NATIONALITY : Canadian

5. PERSONAL ADDRESS : 4716 Meadfeild Place, West Vancouver, B.C., V7W 2Y2, Canada

TELEPHONE NO. : 1-604-926-7905
FAX NO. : 1-604-926-9392
EMAIL ADDRESS : tomlauga@port-plan.com

6. EDUCATION
(The years in which various qualifications were obtained must be stated)
: B.A. Sc (Mechanical Engineering), 1971, University of B.C.
M.B.A. (Finance & Operations Research), 1972, University of B.C.
7. OTHER TRAINING :

8. LANGUAGE & DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY
: English: fully proficient in written and oral communications
French, Estonian: partly proficient

9. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
: Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of B.C.
Association of Professional Economists of B.C.

10. COUNTRIES OF WORK EXPERIENCE
: Canada, United States, Netherlands, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Pakistan, Iraq, Jordan, South Africa, Mozambique, Dominica, Guyana, Brazil, Vietnam, Sudan

11. EMPLOYMENT RECORD : (Starting with present position, list in reverse order every employment held and state the start and end dates of each employment.)

FROM 1973 : TO 1983
EMPLOYER : SWAN WOOSTER ENGINEERING CO. LTD.
POSITION HELD AND DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES : Manager of the Operations Research Dept. of the Planning Division
Carried out transportation planning consulting assignments

FROM 1983 : TO present
EMPLOYER : LAUGA & ASSOCIATES CONSULTING LTD.
POSITION HELD AND DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES : President
Carried out transportation planning consulting assignments.

12. DETAILED TASKS ASSIGNED
(In this column, list tasks one by one and support each task by project experience in the right hand column.) : WORK UNDERTAKEN THAT BEST ILLUSTRATES CAPABILITY TO HANDLE THE TASKS ASSIGNED
(In this column, list project name, location, year, position held, i.e. Team Leader, Hydrologist, Agricultural Economist, etc. and exact duties rendered and time spend on each project.)

Tasks: Prepared transport cost analysis spreadsheet model for the client. The model assessed vessel costs and rail transport tariffs to determine the client’s competitive opportunities. Project: Kitimat Terminal Study, Client: Methanex Corporation, Year: 2005, Location: British Columbia, Canada; Position: Transport Analyst; Duties: Prepared a spreadsheet model and report comparing numerous competitive terminals against the client’s terminal in Kitimat for shipments to the Orient and to California. The analysis included: fuel costs, pilotage costs, port charges, ship operating costs, rail tariffs, and terminal charges., Time Spent: 2 person months
Tasks: Prepared a simulation package and other software tools for the client to use. Did an operational analysis of vessel movements and waterway management rules. Provided commercial vessel operational and cost data. Project: Evaluation Model for Commercial Navigation on the St. Lawrence Seaway and Lake Ontario, Client: International Joint Commission for Canada and United States, Year: 2004/2005, Location: St. Lawrence River, Canada and United States; Position: Transport Analyst; Duties: Prepared a computer simulation, Windows automation tools and other software tools as a package for the client to use, a user manual and operations report. The work included: simulation analysis, database analysis, vessel operations analysis, vessel capital and operating cost analysis, Time Spent: 7 person months
Tasks: Prepared an operational review and cost analysis of options for river ferries on the Fraser River near Vancouver, Canada Project: Options for an Albion Passenger Ferry Service; Client: Urban Systems Ltd; Year: 2004; Location: Vancouver, Canada; Position: Transport Analyst; Duties: Prepared an operations analysis report. ferry route assessment, and comparative cost analysis. Time Spent: 1 person month.
Tasks: Prepared a master plan of road connections, deep sea, coastal port facilities, seaplane operating areas, and industrial lands. The work included a cargo market analysis, benefit/cost assessment, inspections and layout plans.
Project: Stewart Port Master Plan; Location: Stewart, Canada; Client: District of Stewart, Year: 2003; Position: Team Leader and Transport Analyst; Duties: Prepared a master plan of road connections, included allowances for seaplane aircraft and wheeled aircraft, deep sea, coastal port facilities, and industrial lands. The work included a cargo market analysis, benefit/cost assessment, inspections and layout plans; Time Spent: 3 person-months.
Tasks: Economic and operational assessment of five small fishing and resource ports on islands and isolated coasts; facilities inventory; assessed suitability for development; recommended land and water use policy; Project: North Island Coastal Plan; Location: Northern Vancouver Island and other Islands, Western Canada; Client: Mt. Waddington Regional District; Year: 2003; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Five small ports on islands and isolated coasts served fishing, tourism and resource based communities needed a plan for stimulating economic development. Carried out inspections and inventory of assets which could be used for supporting new economic development. Reported on the suitability of port facilities for proposed tourism and industrial activity.; Time spent: 1 person-month

Tasks: Prepared a due diligence evaluation of a multi-product bulk and break bulk terminal in Vancouver. Assessed the terminal’s competitive position, comparative shipping costs, and operations advantages and disadvantages. Project: Due Diligence Report on Vancouver Wharves; Location: Vancouver, Canada; Client: Quorum Group Ltd.; Year: 2003; Position: Transport Analyst; Duties: From the point of view of a potential buyer of this terminal, the Lauga & Associates Consulting Ltd. assessed the competitive position and advantages and disadvantages of this terminal from an operations and a cost point of view. Time Spent: 1 person-month.
Tasks: Optimized inventory options for sulphur shipping by truck, rail and ship using computer simulation. Project: Sulphur Operations Computer Simulation; Location: Vancouver, Canada; Year: 2002/2003; Client: Sultran Ltd.; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Optimized inventory options for sculpture shipping by truck, rail and ship using computer simulation; Time Spent: 5 person-months.

Tasks: Recommended transit vessel types, selected transit terminal locations, capital and operating cost estimates for vessels and structures, compared international water transit systems, presented to civic politicians.
Project: Regional Greenways Water Crossing Study; Location: Vancouver, Canada; Year: 2002; Client: Translink/GVRD; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Assessed the feasibility of 10 small scale water crossings as marine transport linkages to bus and rapid transit systems in the Vancouver area; estimated capital and operating costs; held discussions with Vancouver transit officials Time spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: Estimated highway maintenance and repaving costs, estimated truck operating costs, estimated river transport costs, investigated navigational issues, prepared a report and a PowerPoint presentation. Project: Upper Fraser River Navigation Study; Location: Fraser Valley, Canada; Year: 2002; Client: Canadian Coast Guard; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Compared river navigation improvements against the cost of highway maintenance and truck transport. Road maintenance and re-paving costs for heavy trucks and truck operating costs were estimated and compared with the cost of river transport and navigation improvements. Prepared a report and presented results to government officials using PowerPoint; Time Spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: market analysis for small craft facility, project rate of return analysis, plan document report, business plan concepts. Project: Master Plan for Burrard Civic Marina; Location: Vancouver; Year: 2001; Client: City of Vancouver; Position: Team leader and transport economist; Duties: Prepared a market analysis of small craft and marine tourism demand, site plan concept, capital and operating cost estimate, implementation plan; Time spent: 3 person-months

Tasks: Reviewed road and rail linkages to marine terminal; prepared new terminal development plan and layouts for general cargo and container handling; Project: Sea-Lyn Project; Location: Vancouver, Canada; Client: Western Stevedoring Co. Ltd.; Year: 2000; Position: Team leader and transportation and facilities Economist; Duties: Discussed access options with highways officials and rail company; prepared road and rail layout access options and costs; prepared terminal operation layout, warehouse and site development layouts and cost estimates.; Time spent: 12 person-months

Tasks: Reviewed and compared international marine regulations and legislation; recommendations for new regulations and legislation in Vietnam Project: Vietnam Inland Waterways Project – Transport Laws and Regulations; Location: Hanoi, Vietnam; Year: 1999; Client: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Worked in Vietnam with project legal expert and Vietnamese legal expert to formulate new regulations and policy; Time Spent: 1 person-month

Tasks: Conducted workshop on waterways development policy and international maritime conventions; guided Canadian visit by Vietnamese transport officials Project: Vietnam Inland Waterways Project – International Conventions: Location: Hanoi, Vietnam; Year: 1999; Client: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Compared international waterways agencies and researched international maritime conventions; prepared workshop presentation materials; conducted workshop in Vietnam; facilitated and guided visit to Canada by Vietnamese officials; Time Spent: 2 person-months

Tasks: Reviewed offices, warehouses, housing, and marine facilities for regional sub-stations for each of the Canadian Coast Guard and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in a remote fishing community. Prepared a facilities report and cost analysis. Project: CCG/DFO Station Review Port Hardy; Location: Port Hardy, Canada; Year: 1999; Client: Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Year: 1999; Position: Team leader and Facilities Economist; Duties: Examined several sites and development options in order to improve efficiency, consolidate operations and reduce costs for the Fisheries and Oceans Canada and for the Canadian Coast Guard. Prepared site and building layout options; estimated capital costs, operating costs and leasing costs. Carried out a cost benefit analysis and site ranking. Interviewed staff to determine requirements and made site inspections; Time spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: Socio-economic assessment of 8 small fishing and resource ports on islands and isolated coasts; facilities inventory; compiled history of operations and maintenance costs, prepared cost benefit analyses and report about development options. Project: Port Transfer Feasibility Study; Location: Northern Vancouver Island and other Islands, Western Canada; Client: Mt. Waddington Regional District; Year: 1997; Position: Team leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Reported about the transfer of eight port facilities from the national government to eight small communities. The small ports on islands and isolated coasts served fishing, tourism and resource based communities had social and economic functions which were identified in the project. Market demand and social factors were assessed as well operating costs and future capital costs; Time spent: 4 person-months

Tasks: Logistics analysis, capital and operating cost estimates, inter-modal transport system analysis; examined options for: highway, rail and marine transport of paper from Alberta to U.S. and overseas destinations; prepared report and recommendations.
Project: Paper Distribution System Study: Location: North America; Client: Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd.; Year: 1997; Position: Team leader and Inter-modal Transport Economist; Duties: Examined the costs and logistical options for the transport of paper from Alberta, Canada too many U.S.A. destinations and overseas. Rail transport, highways transport, marine transport and warehouse options were examined. Time spent: 2 person-months
Tasks: Evaluated procurement and inventory operations and procedures; created database of procurements; recommended improvements, prepared report. Project: Procurement and Inventory Review; Location: Vancouver Island; Client: Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Year: 1997; Position: Team Leader and Facilities Economist; Duties: Inspected offices, warehouses and laboratory facilities to evaluate procurement and inventory procedures at three operations sites; Created a procurements database for the analysis of purchases; Recommended changes to procurements and inventory procedures; Prepared a report. Time spent: 3 person-months.

Tasks: Developed a computer simulation model of a coal import terminal; estimated storage and materials handling requirements for several development stages. Project: Thailand Coal Import Terminal Simulation; Location: Thailand; Year: 1996; Client: Banpu Public Company Ltd.; Position: Transportation Economist; Duties: Evaluated a proposed coal import terminal by using computer simulation. Estimated storage and materials handling requirements for several development stages. Time spent: 1 person-month

Tasks: Inspected offices, warehouses and laboratories and prepared facilities description. Estimated capital, operating costs, leasing rates. Prepared a benefit/cost analysis of consolidation options. Project: Facility Rationalization Study – Vancouver Island Sites; Location: Vancouver Island and Prince Rupert; Client: Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Year: 1996: Team Leader and Facilities Economist; Duties: Inspected offices, warehouses and laboratories at three operational sites and prepared facilities descriptions. Estimated capital and operating costs and leasing rates of offices, warehouses and laboratories and then did benefit/cost calculations for consolidation options. Prepared report of findings. Time spent: 4 person-months

Tasks: Inspected offices, warehouses and laboratories and prepared facilities description. Estimated capital, operating costs, leasing rates. Prepared a benefit/cost analysis of consolidation options Project: Facility Rationalization Study – Vancouver Area Sites; Location: Vancouver; Client: Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Year: 1996: Team Leader and Facilities Economist; Duties: Inspected offices, warehouses and laboratories at six operational sites and prepared facilities descriptions. Estimated capital and operating costs and leasing rates of offices, warehouses and laboratories and then did benefit/cost calculations for consolidation options. Prepared report of findings. Time spent: 4 person-months

Tasks: Reviewed different types of heavy trucks and log handling equipment; estimated truck capital and operating costs; prepared a cost analysis spreadsheet; prepared a report and recommendations. Project: Log transportation project; Location: Vancouver Island, Canada; Client: TimberWest Forest Products Ltd.; Year: 1995; Position: Team Leader and Transportation Economist; Duties: Compared the use of special large log trucks on private forest roads with the use of standard highway log trucks on public roads. Examined road maintenance costs, truck operating costs and several route options. Prepared a cost analysis for several equipment options; Time spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: Logistics analysis, capital and operating cost estimates, inter-modal transport system analysis; examined options for: highway, rail and marine transport of paper from the island of Tasmania to Australia; prepared report and recommendations to client Project: ANM Warehouse and Transportation Project; Location: Tasmania, Australia; Client: Australian Newsprint Mills Pty.; Year: 1995; Position: Team Leader and Inter-modal Transport Economist; Duties: Examined the costs and logistical options for the transport of paper, pulp, containers, and logs to and from Tasmania to Australian destinations. Rail transport, highways transport, marine transport and warehouse options were examined. Time spent: 3 person-months

Tasks: Planned pulp and paper distribution system from source to destination by highway, railway and water transport; Estimated capital and operating costs, Prepared a system plan and layouts of distribution centres, Project: Re-design of Transport and Logistics System for Pulp and Paper; Location: New Zealand; Client: Tasman Pulp & Paper Pty; Year: 1994; Position: Team Leader and Inter-modal Transport Economist; Duties: Locate and plan automated warehouses and a distribution system used by highway trucks, rail cars, fork lift trucks and ships from a mill in the interior of New Zealand to customers in Australia and Asia. Produced layout plans and estimated capital and operating costs of the proposed system. Time Spent: 5 person-months.

Tasks: Examined public accounts in the transport ministry; inspected port and marine transport facilities; interviewed waterways management agencies; prepared marine sector contributions to public sector review.
Project: Guyana Public Sector Review; Location: Guyana; Client: CIDA and World Bank; Year: 1993; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Carried out a review of public sector accounts in the marine sector; described and assessed port facilities, and public and private marine transport; coordinated review with World Bank officials Time Spent: 2 person-months.
Tasks: Optimized transport services to 60 isolated communities by using computer simulation. Since most communities were accessible only by air or by water, socio-economic impacts and costs of different levels of service were assessed. Inspected transport facilities and sites.
Project: Impact Study of Early Deployment on the Mackenzie River and Arctic Islands; Location: Northern Canada; Client: Canadian Coast Guard; Year: 1992; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Optimized transport services to 60 isolated communities by using computer simulation. Since most communities were accessible only by air or by water, socio-economic impacts and costs of different levels of service were assessed. Inspected transport facilities and sites. Time spent: 3 person-months.
Tasks: Review all transport sectors (air, rail, road and ports) in Southern Africa, do post-project evaluation of 14 transport projects, discuss projects with transport officials, recommend improvements to CIDA in report Project: Southern Africa Transport and Communications Commission Technical Services Fund Evaluation; Location: Zimbabwe; Client: CIDA; Year: 1992; Position: Co-Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Prepare review of Southern African transport sector (roads, rail, air transport and water transport); post-project evaluation of 14 transport projects (1 air project, 3 roads projects, 4 rail projects, 2 ports projects, 4 inter-modal management projects) ; discussions with transport officials in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Rep. of South Africa, Mozambique, and Botswana; Time Spent: 5 person-months

Tasks: Studied operations and costs of a proposed new warehouse and distribution centre for forest products. Prepared a benefit/cost analysis truck, rail and warehouse capital and operating costs and a report. Inspected sites in New Zealand. Prepared presentation to officials in New Zealand.
Project: Taranga Warehouse Location Study; Location: Taranga, New Zealand; Client: Tasman Pulp & Paper Pty.; Year: 1992: Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Studied operations and costs of a proposed new warehouse and distribution centre for forest products. Prepared a benefit/cost analysis truck, rail and warehouse capital and operating costs and a report. Inspected sites in New Zealand. Time Spent: 4 person-months.
Tasks: Prepared benefit/cost analysis of road project; assessed socio-economic benefits of road project; did post-construction inspection; coordinated with Dominica’s road transport officials and Caribbean Development Bank. Project: Dominica PHG Road Evaluation; Location: Dominica; Client: CIDA; Year: 1991; Position: Team Leader and Road Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared Post-construction evaluation report of an island road project to serve an agricultural region. Evaluated socio-economic benefits of road, examined construction costs, estimated road transport cost savings, inspected road, assessed Dominica’s road maintenance capacity, used road costing model, did a benefit/cost analysis, and evaluated contractor performance reviewed project with Dominica’s transport officials and Caribbean Development Bank; Time Spent: 3 person months.

Tasks: Prepared a transport concepts for new economic zone with road, rail and port plan; Inspected development sites in China; Discussed plan with local officials Project: Nan Tai Wu Economic Development Zone – Development Prospectus; Location: Zhengzhou, Fujian, China; Client: C.Q.I. Koo Investments Ltd./Matthews Group Ltd. Year: 1990; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared a transport concepts for new economic zone with road, rail and port plan; Inspected development sites in China; Discussed plan with local officials; Time Spent: 2 person months

Tasks: Prepared an industrial land development plan; inspected site influences; prepared a market assessment; prepared layout concepts and a report taking into account highway transport and coastal marine transport. Project: Middle Point Industrial Park Development Plan; Location: Campbell River, Canada; Client: Merrill & Ring Ltd.; Year: 1990; Position: Team Leader and Development Economist; Duties: Industrial lands near a major highway and marine terminal were examined to determine an appropriate development plan. A market study of industrial land was carried out and a recommended plan was developed. Highway and coastal marine connections to the site were important issues in the study; Time Spent: 1 person-month.

Tasks: Prepared a business plan for a terminal handling fish, equipment, general cargo and bulk cargo. Connections by highway and coastal marine transport were examined. A financial analysis of terminal operations was prepared Project: Middle Point Terminal Business Plan: Location: Campbell River, Canada; Client: District of Campbell River; Year: 1990; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared a business plan for a terminal handling fish, equipment, general cargo and bulk cargo. Connections by highway and coastal marine transport were examined. A financial analysis of terminal operations was prepared; Time Spent: 2 person months.

Tasks: Advised client in negotiations about development of an Iraqi grain storage system. Assisted in negotiations with officials.
Project: Iraq Grain Storage System Negotiations; Location: Iraq; Client: Netupsky Engineering Co. Ltd.; Year: 1989; Position: Analyst and advisor; Duties: Assisted the client to negotiate contract terms with Iraqi officials; Time Spent: 1 person-month.
Tasks: Assessed regional transport logistics by road, by rail and by water; estimate import and export volumes, prepare cargo growth forcast, estimate capacity of existing facilities, plan handling facility at Port of Aqaba, carry out benefit/cost analysis. Project: Aqaba Multi-purpose Jetty; Location: Jordan; Client: CIDA: Year: 1989; Position: Multi-modal transport Economist; Duties: Examine road and rail transport system to Aqaba Port; estimate capacity of existing facilities in Aqaba Port, develop cargo forecast, inspect port facilities, coordinate plans with port officials and Planning Ministry officials in Amman, develop a facility plan, perform benefit/cost analysis, prepare a report and recommendations; Time Spent: 5 person-months.

Tasks: Studied helicopter operations in three locations, Victoria, Prince Rupert, and Port Hardy. Estimated demand for service, created a database of helicopter trips, determined passenger and cargo origins and destinations, estimated costs and benefits of base consolidation. Project: Helicopter Base Location Study; Location: Port Hardy, Canada; Client: Canadian Coast Guard; Year: 1989; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Helicopter operations in three locations were studied, Victoria, Prince Rupert, and Port Hardy to see if consolidation to Port Hardy would be operationally effective and cost effective. Estimated demand for service, created a database of helicopter trips, determined passenger and cargo origins and destinations, estimated costs and benefits of base consolidation.; Time Spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: Prepared a general review of the capacity of India’s transport sector with the aim of identifying the best uses for a proposed line of credit to be offered to India’s transport sector. The Canadian line of credit guidelines were coordinated with the World Bank’s program in India. Held discussions with World Bank officials. Prepared a report.
Project: India Transportation Sector Review; Location: India; Client: CIDA; Year: 1989; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared a general review of the capacity of India’s transport sector with the aim of identifying the best uses for a proposed line of credit to be offered to India’s transport sector. The Canadian line of credit guidelines were coordinated with the World Bank’s program in India Time Spent: 3 person-months.
Tasks: Visited transport sites in India; held discussions with Indian agricultural officials; researched Indian internal transport capacity by road, rail and water. Project: Transportation of Agricultural Inputs Study; Location: India; Client: CIDA; Year: 1988; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared an assessment of transport requirements for Indian agricultural inputs (mostly fertilizer) by internal truck, rail and water transport. Reviewed the Indian transport capacity to determine appropriate areas determine projects appropriate for a CIDA assistance program. Visited transport sites in India and held discussions with Indian agricultural officials; Time spent: 2 person-months

Tasks: Prepared study of vessel and aircraft operations for a Port Hardy operational base. Impacts on users were examined. Estimated operational costs, prepared operations database, and prepared project report. Project: Feasibility Study of Sub-base at Port Hardy; Location: Port Hardy, Canada; Client: Canadian Coast Guard; Year: 1988; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Prepared study of vessel and aircraft operations for a Port Hardy operational base. Impacts on users were examined. Estimated operational costs, prepared operations database, and prepared project report. Time Spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: This assignment involved the development of a project management plan report for a 500 km road network project in Zambia Project: Fisheries Feeder Roads Project, Zambia, Plan of Operations Location: Zambia; Client: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Year: 1987; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: This assignment involved the development of a project management plan report for a 500 km road network project in Zambia; Time Spent: 1 Person-month.

Tasks: This assignment involved the development of a Plan of Operations for four forestry development projects in the Sudan. On site negotiations with Sudanese development officials and inspection of facilities in Sudan were carried out.
Project: Sudan Forestry Project – Plan of Operations; Location: Sudan; Client: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Year: 1987; Position: Economist; Duties: This assignment involved the development of a Plan of Operations for four forestry development projects in the Sudan. On site negotiations with Sudanese development officials and inspection of facilities in Sudan were carried out. Time Spent: 2 Person-months
Tasks: Carried out a plant location analysis for fish feed mill enterprise optimizing the costs of labour, land and transport of supplies. The distribution analysis required consideration of fish farms established on isolated islands. Project: Fish Feed Plan Location Study; Location: Vancouver Island; Client: Prince Rupert Fishermen’s Co operative Ass’n, Year: 1986; Position: Transport Economist; Duties: Carried out a plant location analysis for fish feed mill enterprise optimizing the costs of labour, land and transport of supplies. The distribution analysis required consideration of fish farms established on isolated islands. Time Spent: 1 Person-month

Tasks: Examined the cost/benefits of maintaining a base important to tug/barge operations on the Mackenzie River. Investigated socio-economic impacts on isolated communities accessible only by air or by water. Project: Fort Providence Base Reconstruction Study; Location: Mackenzie River, Northern Canada; Client: Canadian Coast Guard; Year: 1986; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist; Duties: Examined the cost/benefits of maintaining a base important to tug/barge operations on the Mackenzie River. Investigated socio-economic impacts on isolated communities accessible only by air or by water. Time Spent: 2 person-months.

Tasks: Prepared an industrial development plan for an isolated community with limited land for development. Concepts for general forest products, woodchips, mineral concentrates and coal developments were prepared. Developed layouts for terminals, marine access, and road/rail access
Project: Stewart Foreshore Development Plan; Location: Stewart, Canada; Client: District of Stewart; Year: 1985; Position: Team Leader and Development Economist; Duties: Prepared an industrial development plan for an isolated community with limited land for development. Concepts for general forest products, woodchips, mineral concentrates and coal developments were prepared. Developed layouts for terminals, marine access, and road/rail access.
Time Spent: 3 Person-months
Tasks: Compared options for grain & fertilizer facilities by means of a cost/benefit analysis and a financial analysis. Inspected facilities and operations in Karachi and held discussions with agricultural officials. Project: Port Qasim Port Development Plan; Location: Pakistan, Client: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) & Asian Development Bank (ADB), Year: 1981; Position: Transport Economist. Duties: Compared options for grain & fertilizer facilities by means of a cost/benefit analysis and a financial analysis. Inspected facilities and operations in Karachi and held discussions with agricultural officials. Time Spent: 4 Person-months.

Tasks: Did a study of terminal and inland distribution options examining a mixed system of bulk carriers, tugs and barges, trains and trucks. Estimated capital and operating costs of several system options. Inspected facilities in Ireland and held discussions with transport officials.
Project: Irish Coal Study, Location: Ireland; Client: Cement-Roadstone Holdings Ltd., Year: 1981; Position: Team Leader and Transport Economist. Duties: Did a study of terminal and inland distribution options examining a mixed system of bulk carriers, tugs and barges, trains and trucks. Estimated capital and operating costs of several system options. Inspected facilities in Ireland and held discussions with transport officials. Time Spent: 3 Person-months.

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Marget Davis

1. NAME : Marget Gunness Davis

2. CONTACT INFORMATION Home Tel: 011-819-778-7935/709-229-0858
e-mail: marget.davis@gmail.com
home offices: Gatineau/Quebec and Conception Harbour/Newfoundland Canada

3. DATE OF BIRTH : May 2, 1948

4. NATIONALITY : Canadian

5. EDUCATION : M.A., Anthropology, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University (1979)
B.A. Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (1969)

6. OTHER TRAINING: Canadian Institute of Conflict Resolution, Module 1
Business Network Advisor, Canadian Chamber of
Commerce (1997)
Results Based Management (1990 thru 2004)
Evaluation Essential Skills (1995 – 2000)

7. LANGUAGE & DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY:
8. Speak Read Write
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Fair

7. MEMBERSHIPS OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Community Development Society
Canadian Evaluation Society
Women in Science and Engineering
Options Bytown Supportive Housing – Board Past Chair

9. COUNTRIES OF WORK Belize, Cambodia, China, Cuba, Gaza and EXPERIENCE the West Bank, Guyana, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya,
Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Nigeria,
Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Seychelles, Sri
Lanka, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Thailand,
Trinidad & Tobago, Viet Nam and Yemen.

10. EMPLOYMENT RECORD :

From: 2006 To: Present
Independent Social Development Consultant and Evaluation Specialist
• March – April 2008 (World Bank). Social Safeguards Specialist Jakarta Flood Mitigation Project. Responsible to scope resettlement issues for project sites, prepare data frame for rapid social assessment, prepare PCN ISDS, support the local social development team, outline LARAP process and contribute to work package development. (3 weeks)
• June – November 2007 (CIDA/ADB). International Gender Specialist for Community Water Services and Health Project (CWSHP) grant Aceh and Nias. Responsible to assist Project to develop gender M&E indicators, action plan and Gender Data Collection Training Materials. Ensured that the plan is supported with the necessary project structures, processes, training of staff and budgetary allocations. (2 months)
• 2007 – Social safeguards/land acquisition specialist in Banda Aceh for TechnoConsult, Bangladesh, Roads and Bridges Component of Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Program (ETESP). Tasks included: initial social assessment of Ulee Lheue Island, input into Initial Poverty and Social Assessments (IPSAs) for the Subproject 5 and 6 Appraisal Reports (SPARs) and preparation of Land Acquisition Resettlement Plans (LARAPs) for the Subproject Preparation Reports (SPPRs). Also assisted with Phase 1 SP3 and 4 LARAP Implementation Completion Reports. (3 months)
• Nov -Dec 2006 – ADB social development/resettlement consultant in Banda Aceh to prepare Land Acquisition and Resettlement Action Plans (LARAPs) for private sector cement plant project and to prepare Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Program Roads &Bridges Subprojects 3 and 4 LARAPs following finalization of engineering decisions and availability of data. (2 months)
• Jan- May 2006. Social/resettlement expert/ acting team leader in Banda Aceh for ADB TA No. 2 – INO Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Project (Road and Bridge Component). Dainichi Consultants Inc. Japan. Tasks included: the preparation of Initial Poverty and Social Assessments (IPSAs), Land Acquisition and Resettlement Action Plans (LARAPs), subproject appraisal and preparation reports, input into interim reports as well as management of engineering and non-engineering components on an as-needed basis. (3.5 months)

From: 2004 To: January 2006
Employer: ESSA Technologies (Environment)
Position Held: Social and Community Development/Evaluation Specialist

Description of Duties: Practice Manager and senior consultant for the Firm’s social dimension aspects of environment, education, poverty alleviation projects and socio-impact assessments. Previous experience: short and long term international assignments including beneficiary assessments for the Asian Development Bank, CARE, IFAD, DANIDA, ACCC and CIDA and evaluation/review assignments for UNOPS, UNFPA, CIDA, and Canadian government departments/agencies.

From: 2002 To: 2004
Employer: Goss Gilroy Inc. – Evaluation and Management Consultants, Ottawa Canada
Position Held: Principal
Description of Duties: Responsible to undertake evaluation and review assignments of international programs, projects, agencies and Canadian federal government initiatives. Clients included UNFPA, UNOPS, CIDA, the Department of Foreign Affairs, Health Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Heritage Canada, the Canadian Centre for Management Development, Justice Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Natural Resources Canada, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Developed data collection frameworks, interview and focus group protocols, survey methodologies, results and risk based management tools including performance indicators, data sources, evaluation methodologies, questions and issues, evaluation implementation schedules and costs. Evaluation outcomes focused on service delivery quality and relevance, reach and accessibility, cost effectiveness and efficiency, as well as recommending improvement (For more details see Evaluation and Review Experience Pgs. 9 – 12)

From: 1996 To: 2001
Employer: Management by Design, St. John’s Newfoundland Canada
Position Held: President and CEO
Description of Duties: Independent consultant of a full service management consulting company specializing in rural development planning, socio-economic assessments, needs analysis, service delivery and program evaluation, private sector business strategies and sector studies for the domestic market. International assignments focused on capacity development, institutional strengthening, beneficiary assessments, gender, poverty alleviation, community engagement, impact assessments and social assessment.

From: 1995 To: 1996
Employer: ARC Evaluation Consultants
Position Held: Senior Consultant
Description of Duties: Senior evaluator/methodology designer for cultural industries, heritage, parks, revenue generation and human resource service delivery and program evaluation assignments.

From: 1989 To: 1995
Employer: International Centre, Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Position Held: Associate Director
Description of Duties: Responsible to design, resource and manage international institutional capacity building programs in Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and the Middle East for developing country institutions and communities, the alleviation of poverty and the achievement of development goals. As project manager and team leader, provided needs analysis, community engagement, gender and institutional capacity building as well as evaluation and monitoring expertise. Responsible for leading TA teams and providing Results Based Management training for four year institutional linkage projects funded by CIDA, as well as undertaking individual consulting assignments.
From: 1987 To: 1989
Employer: Northeast Inland Fisheries Project, Thailand
Position Held: Extension, Gender and Monitoring Specialist
Description of Duties: The objective of this CIDA funded bilateral project was to increase dietary protein and income sources available to poor rural families through enhanced production of fish raised in the ricefields. The project provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Fisheries Field Stations and Extension Field Staff in the 17 provinces in NE Thailand.
• Prepared a gender issues paper for project management consideration identifying women’s roles related to fish raising and family based farming. The study formed the basis for the Women in Development component of the project, ensuring that intended project activities benefited women.
• Designed and delivered Women in Development training workshops for community groups, MOF extension workers, MOF HQ and research station staff.
• Through extensive field visits and community consultations, assessed the success of various communication and community involvement strategies (use of community radio, town hall meetings, demonstration projects, model farmers, on-farm training sessions, etc.) employed by MOF extension agents at the community level to disseminate project technical information.
• Designed extension “best practices” interventions to build capacity of MOF to deliver technical raising fish in the ricefields training and scientific information to poor farmers. (2 year in-country assignment)

From: 1986 To: 1987
Employer: Pass Group Management Consultants Ottawa Canada
Position Held: Management Consultant
Description of Duties Management consultant specializing in organizational design assignments and operational change analysis for federal government departments. Clients included Environment Canada, Transport Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

From: 1984 To: 1986
Employer: Davsea Marine Products Marketing
Position Held: Co-owner and Manager
Description of Duties Davsea negotiated large contracts for over the side sales of underutilized species in the Canadian fishing zone of the Atlantic Ocean to East Germany, Poland and the USSR. Managed logistics, letters of credit, payments and supplier relationships.

From: Jan 1984 To: October 1984
Employer: Minister of Parliament, Canada
Position Held: Rural Development Policy Analyst
Description of Duties Ministerial staff specialist responsible for analysis of rural development policy and federal funding program implications for community development initiatives in Newfoundland and Labrador. Reported to the Minister.

From: 1981 To: 1983
Employer: Self employed
Position Held: Independent consultant
Description of Duties Completed conference management and market assessment assignments for the provincial government and the private sector.

From: 1976 To: 1981
Employer: Department of Rural Development, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Position Held: Micro-enterprise Specialist
Description of Duties Responsible to design the micro-enterprise program, establish micro-enterprise groups and mobilize resources to develop capacities and products. Designed and implemented national and international micro-enterprise marketing programs. Collaborated with community groups, NGOs, other government departments and the private sector to support the program. The program continues, with the micro-enterprise sector considered an important income generator for rural people in the province.

From: 1973 To: 1976
Employer: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Extension Service
Position Held: Community Development Extension Field Worker
Description of Duties Assisted community groups and individuals to identify opportunities for economic and social development built on the active participation of community members themselves. Provided information and research, as well as organizational support, to establish micro-enterprise and health related cooperatives. Offered extensive training in extension and community development techniques and strategies.

From: 1972 To: 1973
Employer: Self-employed
Position Held: Independent Socio-Economic Consultant and Program Evaluator
Description of Duties Contracts included:
• Impact assessment of the Agricultural and Rural Development Agreement (ARDA) on resettled communities in the Eastport area of Newfoundland Canada.
• Assessment of livelihood and social impacts of resettlement on selected communities in Newfoundland Canada.
• Resettlement planning recommendations and lessons learned analysis.

Completed International Assignments
Social/Resettlement Expert. Earthquake and Tsunami Emergency Support Project (ETESP: ADB Grant Indonesia No. 2). Phase 1 (Dainichi/ADB) and Phase 2 (TCIL) – Road and Bridges Component.
The tsunami of Dec. 26, 2004 wreaked devastation in Indonesia, killing approximately 160,000 people and destroying infrastructure in Aceh province. As the social/resettlement expert, responsible to prepare Initial Poverty and Social Analysis (IPSAs), and Land Acquisition and Resettlement Action Plans (LARAPs) as required for road reconstruction sub-projects in Banda Aceh and the East Coast Road. (7.5 months – 2006/2007).

Community Engagement and Institutional Strengthening Specialist. Papua New Guinea. ADB. Rehabilitation of the Maritime Navigation Aids System (Loan 1754-PNG)
The NavAids Project is focused on the rehabilitation of the PNG maritime navigation system. An important project component has been the implementation of a Community Engagement Program (CEP) to engender community ownership of the light structures, with the goal to reduce community-based vandalism. The National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) when operationalized will assume these responsibilities. As Community Engagement and Institutional Strengthening Specialist:
• Assessed and reported on current status of Community Engagement Program identifying strengths, weaknesses, lessons learned with reference to women’s issues, poverty alleviation
• For CEP Manager and PMU, developed CEP Process Guidelines and Action Plans, identifying stakeholders and responsibilities.
• Completed a land process background paper, developed land purchase/leasing process charts and CE Team land process tracking tools to complete project site land agreements as quickly as possible.
• Provided RBM training and guidance and institutional transition planning assistance to project staff and CEP Manager and community development officers.
• In consultation with the NMSA Community Development Unit Co-ordinator, developed a NMSA Community Based Security and Maintenance of the Lights (CBSML) Program Implementation Framework. This framework includes:
o CBSML Program Conceptual Design;
o CBSML Program LFA;
o CEP Process Background;
o CBSML Program Activity Implementation Plans and Strategies including a public communication plan;
o NMSA CD Unit Management Plan and Community Lighthouse Committee Key Indicators; and
o Implementation Risk Assessment.
• Developed methodology and associated recommendations for the establishment of Performance Measurement Indicators for the CEP/NMSA CBSML program;
• Developed recommendations for the continued long-range future management of the CEP program (4 months – 2005)

Evaluation: Stakeholder/Beneficiary Analysis(SBA) and Project Sustainability Specialist. VietNam – Canada Environment Program. VietNam. CIDA.
The focus of the VietNam Canada Environment Project (VCEP) was to improve environmental management capability in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MoNRE) and seven provincial Departments (DoNREs). Project counterparts requested a study to identify the full scope and reach of VCEP. Responsible in concert with VN counterparts to develop and implement the SBA concept design, research methodology, data collection framework, questionnaires, workshop design and tools, analyze findings and prepare reports. Also responsible to prepare a capacity development model based on VCEP for replication of project results in other VN provinces. (4 months – 2005)

Review of UNFPA’s Transition Process – Prime consultant to assess the results of the transition process undertaken within UNFPA between 2001 and 2004 as part of the UN Reform. This evaluation required extensive document review, over 35 interviews with HQ and country office staff as well as an additional assessment of the newly formed Programme and Management Committees. The report was provided to the Executive Director and the findings presented to the UNFPA Executive Committee. (May – Sept. 2004)

HR/Organizational Evaluation Specialist. UN Office of Project Services Independent Review. Site visits: Kenya, Malaysia and Thailand. As a major component of the Independent Review of the United Nations Office of Project Services conducted extensive video-conference (Geneva, Copenhagen, Dakar) and on-site consultations in Nairobi, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok with UNOPS managers and staff concerning organizational design and human resource issues. Interviewed field offices, UNOPS clients and other UN agency staff as part of the market survey component of the review. Contributed to recommendations, draft and final report (2 months 2003)

Community Engagement and Extension Specialist. VietNam. DANIDA. Project Preparation for Marine Protected Areas Pilot Projects in three provinces of VietNam.
Responsible during site visits to three island locations to collect socio-economic data on the resident population, community organizations, economic development initiatives and opportunities, current marine harvesting practices, livelihood patterns/issues, income and labour distribution and gender profiles. Contributed to the design report submitted to DANIDA (1.5 months 2001).

Socio-economic and Indicator Specialist. Jordan. Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) and the National Council on Human Resource Development.
Prime consultant to provide research on Labour Market Indicators in support of a proposed Canadian project. Responsible to assess the quality of potential data sources, identify issues surrounding the collection of labour market statistics, interview interested stakeholders for perspectives on labour market information, and report on the major findings of the research. (1 month 2000)

Community Impact Assessment/Poverty Reduction Specialist. VietNam, China and Cambodia. Asian Development Bank TA 5517REG. Coastal and Marine Environmental Management Plans for the South China Sea.
Responsible for the development of the data collection framework for selected areas in China (Hainan and Beihei) and the 29 coastal provinces of VietNam. Managed teams of local researchers to collect provincial, district, commune and village level environmental impact data in specified locations. Analyzed data and reported on current state of the marine environment, community issues and potential livelihood impacts of present environmental policies. Developed community based resource management framework for a demonstration project in Cambodia. Also delivered Rapid Rural Appraisal (RRA) Workshops to government officials at the provincial level. (3.5 months 1998 – 1999)

Gender and Alternate Livelihood Specialist. Yemen. ACCC.
Focused on non-traditional occupations for women in the marine sector. Assessed community based opportunities and delivered Gender Based Analysis workshops for staff at the Marine Institute in Aden, students at a local girl’s college and members of the Yemen Women’s Bureau. Conducted community meetings in coastal areas with women interested in alternative income generating projects. (1.5 months 1998)

Community Participation, Extension and HRD Specialist. Nigeria. Petroleum Trust fund of Nigeria.
Team member for the development of a national Fisheries Sector Masterplan. Conducted site visits throughout the country to identify current HR development practices and HR issues facing both inland and marine fisheries. Assessed gender and community marine needs amenable to fisheries extension approaches. Responsible to contribute to the final report. (2 months 1997)

Market Research. Jordan. Resicon USA.
Market research for company specializing in environmental engineering. Identified potential opportunities for the product within government departments based on current and future initiatives, and met with potential in-country partners to assess interest/assets and establish communication link. (2 weeks 1996)

Social Development Specialist. Gaza and the West Bank. CARE Canada/International Fund for Agricultural Development.
Prime consultant responsible for community component of Marine Sector/Aquaculture Review and Donor Project Formulation. Assessed marine needs through consultations with Government Officials in Israel, officials in Gaza, NGO staff, community fishers and the Women’s Bureau in Gaza for input into project design. Submitted final report and developed a four-year institutional capacity building project focused on women’s micro-enterprises funded by CIDA between the Marine Institute and West Bank NGOs based on this research. (1.5 months 1994)

Project Manager, Social Development and Institutional Capacity Building Specialist. VietNam, Malaysia, Seychelles, Philippines
• Haiphong ACCC/CIDA. Institutional Capacity Building – Marine Technology.
• VietNam. HaBac. ACCC/CIDA. Institutional Capacity Building – Aquaculture. Project manager and technical specialist in gender, community linkages and economic development for these two four-year capacity building projects linking the Marine Institute with Fisheries College #1 and #4. Arranged technical assistance visits, study tours, and was responsible for project monitoring and reporting of results. (8 months 1992 – 1995)
• Malaysia. ACCC/CIDA. Manager, gender specialist for an institutional Capacity Building – Marine Transport of Hazardous Goods in Malacca, Malaysia. Managed Canadian technical assistance teams, arranged technical assistance visits, study tours and was responsible for project monitoring and reporting of results. (8 months 1991 – 1994)
• Seychelles. ACCC/CIDA. Manager, needs assessment specialist to identify marine private sector training needs for an Institutional Capacity Building – Industrial Response: Private Enterprise Focussed Training in Seychelles. Managed Canadian technical assistance teams, arranged technical assistance visits, study tours and was responsible for project monitoring and reporting of results. (8 months 1991 – 1994)
• Philippines. ACCC/CIDA. Manager, TA specialist for community/institutional linkages for an Institutional Capacity Building – Community Based Marine Resource Management in Palawan, Philippines. Managed Canadian technical assistance teams, arranged technical assistance visits, study tours and was responsible for project monitoring and reporting of results. (8 months 1991 –1994)

Gender and HR Specialist. Maldives. Asian Development Bank.
Prime consultant responsible for the HR component in the design of a Fisheries Sector Strategy Study Terms of Reference. Visited the tuna cannery and nearby communities to develop an appreciation of fishery practices and community issues. Consulted with Maldive Women’s Bureau rep. (2 weeks 1991)

Gender Specialist. Seychelles. Seychelles Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Prime consultant to provide a Seychelles Gender and Development Study Terms of Reference for the WID unit, Government of Seychelles. (1 week 1991)

Sri Lanka, Nepal, Philippines, Kuala Lumpur, Kenya, Geneva, New York, Washington, Marine Institute of Memorial University.
Team member with responsibility for coastal environment/fisheries, community economic development and gender project opportunities. Project Identification Mission included visits to the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, UNDP country offices and other UN organizations. (1.5 months 1991)

Gender and Project Monitoring Specialist. Guyana. CIDA. Guyana Fisheries Equipment Facility Project.
Responsible to assess the Fisheries Cooperatives responsible for project delivery to determine carrying capacity and best practice delivery models. Interviewed government officials, conducted consultations with Cooperatives and university gender researchers. Identified relevant gender issues in the marine sector. (1 month 1991)

Gender Specialist. Belize. CARICOM/International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD). Design of a Women in Development Action Plan.
In partnership with a Guyanese consultant, developed a comprehensive WID Action Plan for the CIDA funded CARICOM Fisheries Resource Management and Assessment Project (CFRAMP). Interviewed government officials and conducted extensive project and gender document review. (1 month 1991)

Social Development Specialist. St. Vincent and the Grenadines. NORDCO/CIDA. Community Based Fisheries Development Project.
Assessed livelihood adjustments related to the fishery and incorporated community concerns/issues within the project design. Conducted community consultations and interviewed government officials. Responsible for input into the Inception Report and for ongoing analysis and management input. (8 months 1990 – 1992)

Extension, Gender and Monitoring Specialist. Envirocon/CIDA. Northeast Fisheries Project, Thailand.
Responsible to assess inland aquaculture activities from a gender perspective to ensure the project was training the right people to undertake raising fish in ricefields. Monitored project training design and delivery, and assessed extension techniques promoted by Ministry of Fisheries staff in the 17 provinces of Northeast Thailand for effectiveness and constraints. (long term assignment – 2 years 1987-1989)

ICOD. Author of Women and Fisheries Case Study Management Training Tools and Supporting Video.
This series of four Case Studies (Senegal, Vanuatu, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Maldives) was intended to provide gender based analysis for management and staff of the International Centre for Ocean Development. A supporting video was produced for the St. Vincent case study. (1991)

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Carole Bergeron R.N.
Community Health
Carole Bergeron R.N.
Education – Registered Nurse training course-University of Sherbrooke
Experience
• 29 years as a Registered Nurse in a teaching hospital situation, finalizing service in surgical intensive care unit.
• Three years advising local communities on emergency and routine health care in Papua New Guinea, Cambodia and Solomon Islands
• Organizing CPR and First Aid training courses.
• Highly skilled care giver
• Outstanding community engagement skills.

Languages – French and English

With orphans in Cambodia
Keith Tuomi
Information Technology
Computer Systems
Keith Tuomi – Microsoft Certified System Engineer
4365 Raeburn St, N. Vancouver B.C. V7G 1K1
Email: keith@flyerstarter.com
Tel: +49 16090929135

Experience

Flyerstarter Services Ltd, Vancouver, (Dec. 2003 to Present)
Business Manager
• Designed Business and Marketing Plan for this online graphic design buy & sell portal
• Designed ASP / VBScript / MySQL / IIS website at www.flyerstarter.com
• Day to day management of sales and customer relations

Marine Training & Consulting Ltd, Vancouver, (Dec. 2000 to Sep 2002)
Systems Administrator
• Designed and implemented Canadian Coast Guard accredited online boat licensing system (utilizing ASP, VBScript, MS-Access, and IIS) and entire company website, located at www.basicboating.com
• Managed network of 300+ retailers from across Canada who deliver the Canadian Coast Guard boat license examinations in paper and internet format
• Developed internet-based G.I.S. system for customer information system

CONTACT: Bridget Andrews, Manager, 1-800-474-5210

Group Telecom, Vancouver, (Mar. 2000 to Jun. 2001)
Fibre Optic Network Planning Manager, City of Calgary
• Provided contracted CAD support services in the Network Planning & Engineering department at Group Telecom
• Assisted without rollout of MS Access-driven Autodesk Mapguide system, and later helped upgrade to Oracle-driven database environment
• Responsible for National internal network engineering G.I.S. system
• National Administrator for US Bell Telecom asset identification system (CLLI codes) for Group Telecom’s fibre optic network
• Geographic Landbase import & translation

CONTACT: Rod Brucks, Fibre Planning Manager Western Region, 604-484-1204

AT&T Canada, Vancouver, (May. 1999 to Mar. 2000)
Fibre Optic Network Planner
• Provided contracted CAD support services in the Outside Plant Engineering department of AT&T Canada (formerly Metronet)
• Trained and performed work on Smallworld G.I.S. software
• Responsible for production of internal engineering as-built drawing sets, site plans, and fibre optic component drawings, performing site visits and client liaisons as necessary
• Administered national fibre optics outside plant labeling system
• Developed complete program (using VBScript) for exporting data from handheld fibre optic diagnostics units into AT&T proprietary databases
• Assisted with upgrade of internal engineering department intranet to facilitate Smallworld software rollout

CONTACT: Tom Nielsen, Fibre Planning Manager, Western Region, 604-638-4205

Kadtec Systems, Richmond, (Jan. 1999 to May. 1999)
Systems Administrator, C.A.D. Technician
• Used AutoCAD and Micro station CAD software for civil and mechanical engineering projects
• Designed several business proposals for the G.V.R.D. and B.C. Hydro based on Autodesk Mapguide software to organize corporate spatial data into a single point-of-access internet browser-based portal
• Designed and delivered G.I.S./Multimedia presentation “Bus Route Impacts on Granville Corridor”, which was presented at Vancouver City Council meeting
• Performed Civil Engineering C.A.D. tasks, including work for clients such as AT&T, Group Telecom, the City of Vancouver, and the City of Richmond
• Developed network standards and user policies
• Upgraded mixed Windows NT/95/98 network to Windows 2000 Professional according to Microsoft rollout standards

CONTACT: Norman Carpenter, Principal, 604-443-8087

GM Johnson & Assoc., Vancouver, (Jan. 1997 to Jan. 1999)
GIS Technician
• Worked with Bentley Micro station and Autodesk AutoCAD to create consumer map books for major North American cities, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle
• Conceived and implemented new multi-tiered quality-assurance program, comparing in-house house databases with 3rd party street map databases to ensure our data was up-to-date and precise
• Assisted in graphic design layout and publication of final printed map book products, which were sold in retail locations across North America

CONTACT: Guy Johnson, Principal, 604-294-5594

Education

1999 British Columbia Institute of Technology
Systems Support Specialist Diploma
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer + Internet (Exchange Server 5.5 Specialist)
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Skills

• Extensive knowledge of Windows and Macintosh OS, Active Server Pages technology (including .Net), SQL and MySQL, and all other major web technologies.
• C.A.D. and G.I.S. technician fluent in all major design and mapping applications, including the Autodesk line of software (AutoCAD, Mapguide, Map), Micro station, MapInfo. Also knowledgeable in using many small speciality G.I.S. applications for data translation and preparation.
• Strong understanding of Civil Engineering issues, stemming from daily experience in the engineering departments of major Canadian fibre optic companies such as AT&T and Group Telecom
• Skilled in all phases of website planning and production, including HTML, ASP, XML, Flash and ColdFusion production, SQL database design, construction, and connectivity
• Experience with networking issues (NT Server, TCP/IP, IPX, NetBEUI) including the establishment and maintenance of Windows and Linux servers (running as file, web, SMTP, and proxy servers)
• Experience in multimedia production, including use of Macromedia and Adobe Products
• Knowledge of software testing methodology and techniques
• Supervisory and management level experience
• Strong ability to learn and communicate
• Able to balance priorities in a dynamic environment

Curriculum Vitae

1. Family name: PROUZET
2. Given name: Michel
3. Date and place of birth: 6 June 1942 in Viet Nam
4. Nationality: French
5. Civil Status and number of dependants: Married, one child
6. Education:

Institution University Paris VII / France
Date 1989
Degree Ph.D. in Planning and Regional Development (Ph D Dissertation: 565 pages on various legal institutional and organizational issues in urban and regional development).

Institution Faculty of Law of Paris / France
Date 1970
Degree Ph.D. in Public Law (Ph D dissertation: 650 pages on a topic dealing with administrative and constitutional legal issues)

Institution Johns Hopkins University, Bologna Centre (Italy) School of Advanced International Studies
Date 1967
Degree Postgraduate Studies

Institution University of Sarrebruck / Germany – Europa Institute
Date 1965
Degree Graduated in European Legislation

Institution Institute of Political Science, Paris / France
Date 1964
Degree Graduate in Public Service Management

7. Language Skills: mark 1 to 5 for competence (1 – excellent; 5 – basic)

Language Reading Speaking Writing
French mother tongue mother tongue mother tongue
English 1 1 1
German 1 1 2
Italian 1 2 3
Spanish 2 3 4
Indonesian 3 4 5

8. Present Position
 Barrister, Member of the Paris Bar Association (France)
 Freelance legal specialist as Project Manager and / or Senior Expert
 Former Associate University Professor at Paris XII University (France) in public law (transport, environment and planning legislation).

9. Years of professional experience: 30

10. Key Qualifications

Barrister and free lance consultant.

Consultancy-related activities offering a range of legal, institutional, and organizational services, in socialist, post-socialist and developing countries, in the area of:

 Transport policy and transport infrastructure.
 Public administration reform in the various compartments of State interventions: transport, environment, public utilities, housing, agriculture, regional, rural and urban development, economic development and SME, education).
 Approximation of Law towards the EU Acquis Communautaire in the following segments: competition and state aids, environment, transport, energy, agriculture.
 Land management and land administration.
 Public – private partnership in public utilities’ management and BOT for the provision of infrastructure.

From 1980 to date, approximately 60 major assignments in 48 countries have been undertaken for some 40 clients including major international organizations, govern¬ments, financial institutions and private corporations: European Commission, World Bank, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), UNDP / UNCHS (Habitat), etc. The constancy related activities have been accompanied by more than 50 publications in high-ranking scientific journals dealing with the legal and institutional components of land management-, land information system-, transport-, regional and urban develop¬ment-, transport-, agriculture-, environment-, and education policy.

11. Specific professional experience (selected projects according to geographical zones)

 South East Asia & Melanesia

Solomon Islands Gopa (D) / EU funding 2006 (1 month) Legal specialist Preparation of draft law and draft agreements for shipping operations
Indonesia Berlioz Consulting (F) / EU funding 2000 2001
(2 months) Team leader Advisory assistance to the Attorney General’s Office (fighting corruption and money laundering); EU-financed programme.
Viet Nam Centre of Training of City Councilors France / Ho Chi Minh Ville 1990
(2 weeks) Research fellow Publication of a study on “Land management and administration in Viet Nam” in ”Etudes Foncières” (Paris, 1990)
Indonesia Beture / Setam (F) 1990
(6 months) “Sub-team leader” Funds from the World Bank, Project of a nation-wide land information system
Laos UN Habitat (Kenya) 1988
(1 month) Legal adviser Ministry of Construction, Setting up of the master plan of Vientiane
Peoples’ Republic of China City Council of Nanning (Guang Xi) 1987
(2 weeks) Legal short-term expert GuangXi autonomous Province, Preparation of the long term development scheme of Nanning

 Central and South America

Country Organization Date Position Job Description
Guyana Gopa (G) / EU funding 2005
(60 days) Medium term expert Transport policy study (including expected involvement of local authorities)
Honduras Berlioz Consulting (F) / EU funds 2003 – 2004 (3 months) Team leader Assistance to the decentralization and municipal development
Surinam Gopa (G) / EU funding 2003
(60 days) Senior legal adviser Transport policy study (including expected involvement of local authorities)

 Africa

Country Organization Date Position Job Description
Mauritania Jacobs GIBB (UK) / EU Funding 2006 (2 months) Team leader Implementation of the road transport reform.
Madagascar IGN (France / US Government Funding 2006 ‘
2 weeks) Legal adviser Land tenure expert
Ethiopia Cowi / Gopa (3 months) 2006 Key expert (legislation) Preparation of the National Transport Plan of Ethiopia (EU funding)
Burkina Faso Cowi (DK) 6 months 2004 Team leader Public administration reform (World Bank funded)
Ethiopia UN Habitat (Kenya)
(2 months) 2002 Legal Expert Participation in the “Cities Alliance Programme” for Ethiopia, UN-Habitat (Nairobi)
Cameroon Berlioz & Co (F)
(1 month) 2002 Legal Advisor Audit of the judicial system of the country for the Ministry of Finance, The World Bank
Guinea-Conakry UN Office for Project Services Copenhagen (3 months) 2002 Legal Advisor Formulation of the national housing policy of the Republic of Guinea (Conakry), Norwegian Fund for Consultancy Services and Programme Activities
Djibouti French Ministry for Foreign Affairs (F) (5 days) 2001 Legal Advisor Advising the Government of Djibouti (Housing finance)
Benin Ernst & Young (F)
(1 month) 2001 Inst. Advisor Improving the collection of Local government taxes. World Bank financed programme.
Ghana Scetoroute (F)
(2 months) 1995 Team leader Support programme funded by the World Bank: Extension and upgrading of urban roads
Senegal GTZ / Planco GmbH (G) (5 months) 1993 – 1994 Legal short-term expert Ministry of Urban Planning, Upgrading of spontaneous settlements (KfW)
Guinea Bissau Queyrane Conseil (F) (22 days) 1993 Team Leader DG VIII/ EU. Land Registry Office. Evaluation mission of the rural cadastre of the country
Burundi UN Habitat (Kenya)
(2 months) 1993 Legal short-term expert Ministry of Regional Develop¬ment, Integrated regional and township development project
Ethiopia French Ministry of Foreign Affairs
(2 academic years) 1992 Department Head of the College of Urban planning National Urban Planning Institute, Teaching, vocational training, and participation in a learning-by-doing training scheme (on-the-job training)
Cameroon French Ministry for Overseas Co-operation 1985 – 1986 (1 year) Adviser to the competent Ministry Ministry of Public Works, Municipal development project
Rwanda UNCHS (Nairobi) 1987
(3 months) Legal short-term expert Bureau National d’Etudes de Projets, Upgrading of spontaneous settlements
Niger Agence Coopération & Aménagement (Paris) 1984
(1 month) Legal short-term expert Recipient institution: Ministry of Urban Planning, Setting up of the master plan of Niamey
Congo (Democratic Republic) UN Habitat (Kenya) 1982 – 1984
(several weeks) Land Management expert Recipient institution: Bureau d’Etudes d’Aménagements Urbains (BEAU), Upgrading of spontaneous settlements.
Egypt French bilateral public funds 1981-1982 (6 months) Legal expert Participation in the establishment of the Greater Cairo long term development plan

 Eastern Europe (New EU Member States and candidate countries)

Country Year Project / Organization
Latvia 1996 – 1997
(app. 260 days) Funds from Phare Pro¬gramme. Approximation of Latvian transport laws with that of the European Union, in four transport modes: road-, sea-, air-, and rail transport. Team Leader
Romania 1998-99 (appr. 130 days) Transport policy study. EU funding with BCEOM (F)
Bulgaria 1999
(5 days) Funds from Phare. Phare Multi-Country Transport Programme Management & Technical Training Phase II
Slovenia 1999
(5 days) Funds from Phare. Phare Multi-Country Transport Programme Management & Technical Training Phase II
Poland 1999
(44 days) Approximation towards the acquis communautaire in environment. EU funding with Berlioz & Co (F)
Lithuania 2001
(66 days) Team leader, Approximation of Latvian transport laws with those of the European Union, in four transport modes: road-, sea-, air-, and rail transport. Team Leader
Hungary 2001
(1 year of preparation on a part-time basis) Ukraine, Kazakhstan (plus, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic). Report on the on-going reforms in the area of infrastructure in Central and Eastern European Countries. Publication of a book of 174 pages for the French Centre for Foreign Trade (France, 2001)
Czech Republic 2001(1 year of preparation on a part-time basis) Ukraine, Kazakhstan (plus, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic). Report on the on-going reforms in the area of infrastructure in Central and Eastern European Countries. Publication of a book of 174 pages for the French Centre for Foreign Trade (France, 2001)
Romania 2001
(66 days) EU programme for preparing Romania to management of Eu programmes with Louis Berger International (F)

 CIS

Country Organization Date Position Job Description
Kyrgyzstan European Profiles (Gr) / EU funding 2004 – 2005 Short term expert
(20 days) Public administration Reform / Partnership and Cooperation Agreement
Russia Sofreco (F) / EU funds 2002 – 2003 Team leader & key expert (220 days) Antimonopoly policy (competition, natural monopolies and state aids)
Ukraine, Kazakhstan ISTED” / French Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport 2000 Public administration evaluation in the sector of major infrastructure
(1 year of preparation on a part-time basis) Ukraine, Kazakhstan (plus Romania, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic). Report on the on-going reforms in the area of infrastructure in Central and Eastern European Countries. Publication of a book of 174 pages for the French Centre for Foreign Trade (France, 2001)
Uzbekistan GTZ (G) 1994 Short term legal expert Competition policy in the road transport sector
Ukraine BCEOM (F) 1994 – 1995 Legal expert (330 days) SME, competition and anti-trust policy in the transport sector

 Balkan Region

Country Year Project / Organization
Bosnia & Herzegovina 2004-2005 (appr. 70 days) Functional review of the environmental sector and public administration reform. EU funding with Agriconsulting (I)
Kosovo 2003 (appr. 60 days) Institutional and legal expert for the preparation of the draft general agriculture law (EU funded project) with Infogroup (Gr).
Greece 2002 (1 month of preparation) Completion of a publication on the Greek land surveying and “cadastral” system for the journal “Etudes Foncières” (Land studies), Paris, 2003
FYROM 1999-2000 (appr. 350 days) Assistance to the Ministry of Economy – EU funded project, with Berlioz & Co (F). Team leader
Albania 2001
(66 days) GOPA Consultants (G), Preparation of Albania’s National Transport Plan, Phare / EU funds
Bosnia & Herzegovina FYROM 1999
(5 days) Funds from Phare. Phare Multi-Country Transport Programme Management & Technical Training Phase II

 Western Europe

Country Year Project / Organization
Italy 1981 (one month) Assessment of the decentralisation policy – Report to the French Ministry for Infrastructure
Germany 1981 (one month) Assessment of the decentralisation policy – Report to the French Ministry for Infrastructure

12. Membership of professional bodies:

 European College of Experts in Public Administration (France): Pierre.pougnaud@diplomatie.fr
 Association of Professionals in urban development (France): www.adp.asso.fr

13. Selected Publications

 Multi-authored book : « Eastern Europe – Central Asia: Insight into selected Infrastructure Issues : Hungary, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Ukraine », 2001. Publisher : Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport – Les Editions du Centre Français du Commerce Extérieur » (CFCE), Paris, 198 pages (ISBN : 2-279-42017-1).

 Multi-authored book: « Natural Monopolies in Russia 2003 : Electricity, Gas, Railways, Telecommunications”, Delegation of the European Commission in Russia / SOFRECO (France), Moscow 2003, 793 pages.

 Multi-authored book « Electricity savings in the Russian Federation », multi-authored book, Delegation of the European Commission in Russia / SOFRECO (France), Moscow 2003, 111 pages.

 Selection of scientific contributions on ASEAN countries

– Viet Nam: “Pragmatism of Vietnamese land administration and land management” in the journal “Etudes Foncières / France (land policy), September 1990 / N° 48. March 1990;
– Laos: Land pragmatism and communism in land management in Lao Republic », in Etudes Foncières (France).
– « Indonesia : Insight into a simplified cadastre : the Semarang-type land information system » in Etudes Foncières (Paris), December 1989.

 Selection of scientific contributions on transport, land management, and land administration

– Ukraine: Expected difficulties in land tranport policy of Ukraine, Journal : “Transports” (Paris), No. 370, Avril 1995.
– “Insight into the Russian land reform legislation”, in “Etudes Foncières / France”, 2002, No 100
– “Insight into the Hellenic cadastre”, in Etudes Foncières / France, 2002, No 97
– “Latest insight into land reforms in Eastern Europe” in Etudes Foncières / France, 1999, No 84.
– “In Ukraine land reform is getting bogged”, in Etudes Foncières / France, 1995, No 69.
– “Who benefits of rural cadastre of Guinea Bissau?”, in Etudes Foncières / France 1993, No 61.
– “Albanian land privatisations”, in Etudes Foncières / France 1990, No 48.
– “ Difficult adjustments of land information systems to the needs of urban developers” in multi-authored book on “Remote sensing”, Publisher: Economica / National Centre for Scientific research (France), 1993
– “Land tenure and property development in Eastern Europe” (a chapter on Housing Policy in Poland), Publisher: Economica / Paris , 1995

 Miscellaneous

– « Cameroon Urban Review » : Editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Ministry of Urban Planning and Housing of Cameroon (1985-96)
– Ujamaa et and Regional Planning in Tanzania, in Le Mois en Afrique, octobre 1982
– “Slum upgrading in Senegal based on participatory methods”, in Etudes Foncières (Paris), n° 62, septembre 1982
– Urban planning institutions in French speaking Africae », in Volume V of Legal Encyclopedia of Africa, Nouvelles Editions Africaines, Abidjan – Lomé – Dakar, 1982.
– “The Egyptian urban strategy”, Le Mois en Afrique (Paris), May – July 1982.
– “Information system applied to urban management”, in pages 41-55 of book: “Remote sensisng and urban information systems”; Editor : Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique / Image (Economica, Paris), 1995.
– “Guinée-Bissau: Who beneft of rural land surveys?” in Etudes Foncières (Paris), n° 61, déc.1993.
– A book published in 1976 on “Togo – Constitutional Encyclopedia”, Publishee: Institute of Public Adlministration of France, 68 opages.
– A book published in 1974 : Cameroon : How are they governed ? », Librairie de Droit et de Jurisprudence (Paris), 377 pages.
– Politics and political organizations of Ghana, in “Revue Française d’Etudes Politiques Africaines”, Paris, January 1978, 56 pages
– Judicial regime of customary authorities in Ghana, in “Revue Française d’Etudes Poliiques Africaines”, Paris, January 1978, 16 pages