Cormac O'Sullivan
MEngSc IT in AEC (Hon-Mech)

Academic Year 2011/12

  • Mode: Part Time

  • Electives: Knowledge Management, Virtual Construction, Automation in Construction, Mobile Devices and Systems I

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      Graduation: Expected in December 2013  
    Areas of Interest:
  • Building Management Systems
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  • Wireless Monitoring of Building Environmental Conditions
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  • Energy Monitoring and Maintenance in Building


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    Minor Thesis Topic: To Be Determined -  
    Not selected


     
    Expectation for CKR29: To expand my knowledge of IT in the Engineering sector and Building Management.


     
     

     
      Previous Qualifications:
  • 1992-1997 BE (Mechanical Engineering) - Cork Insitute of Technology
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  • Diploma in Local Goverment Studies - Insitute of Public Admistration
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      Experience:
  • 1997-1998 Espinzola Redevlopments; Development Company, USA - Site Engineer
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      Duties included setting out, estimating and supervising construction works, preparing and monitoring construction progress, controlling sub-contractors  
     
  • 1998-2000 Heavy Lift Engineering Ltd. Cork - Engineering Company, Project Engineer
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      Project Engineer for installation works in large multinational PharmaChem sector, which involvedcosting, safety reports scheduling  
     
  • 2000-2002 Cork Main Drainage Scheme - Resident Engineer
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      Site supervisior of multimillion euro civil engineering contracts within Cork City  
     
  • 2002-2003 Cork City Council. - Assistant Engineer(Housing)
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      Responsible for maintenance of 7,500 housing stock and budget control  
     
  • 2003-2007 Cork City Council- Executive Engineer (Water Services)
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      Responsible of maintenace of entire Drainage Network for Cork City along with 30 Waste Water Pump Stations  
     
  • 2007-2010 Cork County Council- Senior Resident Engineer (WSIP)
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      - Supervise and Commission Mechanical Services including BMS for new Water Quality Lab Building and – Sewerage Schemes- Responsible for the site supervision for the construction of a 6,000PE WWTP, 3km of rising main and the retrofit of existing PS. The administration and management of both the Civil and M&E contracts for the scheme valued at €7.95m. Other duties: supervision of RE staff, assessment of interim valuations and the production of reports for the Engineer and the Client. The project included the plant construction by Civil contractor and the plant installation M&E contractor. The retrofit of an existing PS, the design of a FDS & SCADA system to operate the process of the WWTP and the PS  
     
  • 2010- Present Cork City Council- Senior Executive Engineer (P&M)
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      – Engineering Adminstration for the Plant and Machinery Section, including Fleet Management Services and Building Services Unit  
     

     
      Useful Links by Subject:
  • CE6011 - Software Engineering I
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  • Developing Complex Systems using DOORS and UML - Telelogic User Group Conference 2004
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  • IBM - UML Basics - An Introduction
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  • UML Overview from Developer.com
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  • An Introduction to Class Modelling using UML
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  • Interesting Downloads on DOORS and UML
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  • Useful links on Software Project Management
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  • Professor Bernd Brügge
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  • Dr. Allen H. Dutoit
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  • Computer Aided Facilities Management
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  • Speedikon FM - CAFM discussed by Professor Walder
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  • CAFM on Whole Building Design Guide Site
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  • Computer Mediated Communication
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  • IT for Energy in Buildings
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  • Virtual Enterprises
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  • Mobile Devices and Systems I
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  • Course Site for CS6312 - Dr. Dan Grigoras
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  • Cortex A9 Processor - Link given by Dr. Grigoras
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  • Software Engineering II
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  • IT for eBusiness in AEC
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  • Mobile Computing in AEC
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  • IT for Energy in Buildings
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  • Mobile Devices and Systems II
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  • Information Modelling and Retrieval
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      Other Useful Links: These are general links for now but may be incorporated into the subjects above at some point in the future  
     
  • Building Regulations Technical Guidance Documents
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  • SEAI Publications
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  • HTML Tag References
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  • Supply Change Management RFID Conference - Some relevant seminars
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  • Interesting Article on RFID Technology in Buildings
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      source: "http://zuse.ucc.ie"