Process Engineer (Construction)

Camille Banks
6042 Poplar Street
Boise, ID 83704
(208) 455-4215

Profile

Process Engineer highly involved in all aspects of an engineering/construction firm.  Highly knowledgeable regarding the project development process.  Earned two undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry and Chemical Engineering.  Known for ability to communicate and build relationships with new clients.  Also known for being highly organized and efficient.
Experience

KADE ENGINEERS, INC., Boise, ID

1997 – Present
Process Engineer
Responsible for providing engineering expertise throughout Idaho and Utah.  Active participant throughout the entire process from project design to project awarding, construction and completion.  Worked on various projects with operating budgets ranging from $1 million to $35 million.

• Known for designing, engineering, and completing construction on a variety of projects under budget and on schedule.
– Cam Energy Services West Plant (Utah) A 200 MMSCFD conventional turbo-expander natural gas plant with full fractionation with 89% ethane recovery — Facility includes a 1,200 GPM MDEA plant for inlet gas treating, a 60 GPM TEG dehydration unit, product fractionation, 1,100 HP of refrigeration compression, and 11,600 HP of residue gas compression
– Cam Energy Services East Plant (Utah) A 100 MMSCFD refrigerated turbo-expander natural gas plant with 88% ethane recovery — Facility includes a 1,060 BPD condensate stabilizer and a 100 GPM DEA liquid product treater, with 2,700 HP of recompression and 1,100 HP of refrigeration compression (plant has performed at a higher rate than client expected)
– Idaho Gas Plant (Idaho) A 200 MMSCFD conventional turbo-expander plant with 84% ethane recovery — Facility includes a 1,200 GPM MDEA plant for inlet gas treating, a 60 GPM TEG dehydration unit, a 175 GPM MDEA liquid product treater, a thermal oxidizer, and 10,000 HP of residue gas compression
• Coordinated and managed the following:
– Design and economic feasibility on a new Pressure Swing Adsorption technology for Bradford Corporation for the processing of a nitrogen rich natural gas stream at a fraction of the cost of tradition cryogenics
– Disassembly, shipment, and installation of the Blane Processing Plant to the NAT Gas Plant site (Idaho) – Facility included a 20 MMSCFD turbo-expander plant and a 30 GPM MDEA product treater
• Created procedures that increased efficiency
Education and Affiliations

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY, Boise, ID

1997
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering — May 1997
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry — May 1994

 

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