Department of Civil Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, ThailandTel: 218-3278 Fax: 218-3277 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date of Birth : January 26, 1968
1996 Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
Major: Infrastructure Planning and Management
1993 M.S. in Civil Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
Major: Project Management
1990 B.Eng. in Civil Engineering (First Class Honors, Gold Medal)
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, THAILAND
Thai: Excellent (Native language)
English : Fluent
1990 – Present Thai Professional Engineer (ÊÂ. 6360)
1990 – Present Member, Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT)
1998 – Present Member, Thai Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies
2000 – Present Assistant to the President for Physical Resources Management
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
1998 – 2000 Assistant Dean for Administration Affairs
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
1998 – Present Assistant Professor
Dept. of Civil Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
1999 Associated Faculty
Infrastructure Engineering Program, School of Civil Engineering
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
1996 – 1998 Lecturer, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Chulalongkorn University
1992 – 1996 Research Assistant, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
1990 – 1991 Structural Engineer, Consultant 110, Bangkok, THAILAND
Professional Work Experience
|Jan. 2000 – June 2000||EXPRESSWAY:
Project CoordinatorCoordinated the consulting team to investigate root causes of problems of expansion joints and bearing pads and recommended corrective and preventive actions
|July 1999 – Feb 2000||CLEANER
Project CoordinatorCoordinated the advising team for 40 SMEs in implementing Cleaner Technology in their industries
|Dec. 1999 - Mar. 2000||CENTRAL JUVENILE AND
FAMILY COURT, Samutprakarn
Designed the main structure of a 3-stories building.
|July 1999 - Jan. 2000||THAI INTERKNIT
Designed structure of the Thai Interknit Factories including a 2-stories factory (8900 sq.m.) and a 3-stories factory.
|Apr. 1997 – July 1998||DONMUENG TOLLWAY
NORTHERN EXTENSION, Bangkok
Independent Checking Team Coordinator
Coordinated the checking engineer team for documentation, approval calculations and drawings, and scheduling control
|Oct. 1996 - Sep. 1997||MASTER PLANNING OF
THE TELEPHONE ORGANIZATION OF THAILAND (TOT) INVENTORY SYSTEM AND WAREHOUSE PROJECT,
Project Coordinator and Estimator
Coordinated the design team for the master plan of inventory system, and estimating the total construction costs of the project
|Jun. 1996 - Dec. 1997||LERDSIN HOSPITAL,
Supervised the construction project of the new building as a consultant to the hospital. Reviewed the contract between the hospital and the contractor
|Dec. 1996 - Jan. 1997||DEPARTMENT OF
SCIENCE, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY, Nakornpathom
Designed building structure of the Department of Science, Silpakorn University, Nakornpathom campus
|Jan. 1997 - Feb. 1997||DEPARTMENT OF
PHARMACY, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY, Nakornpathom
Designed building structure of the Department of Pharmacy, Silpakorn University, Nakornpathom campus
|Jun. 1996 - Aug. 1996||UNDERGROUND DUCTBANK
: JITLADA PROJECT, Bangkok
Worked as a consultant for Metropolitan Electricity Authority. Prepared Terms of Reference for the construction of underground ductbank by pipe jacking method and manhole (turnkey project)
|Apr. 1990 - Dec. 1990||SRILANKA
Designed the catering, warehouse and some parts of the main structure of the Srilanka International Airport
|Dec. 1990 - Mar. 1991||CENTRAL
PA-NGAN HOTEL, Suratthani
Designed the main structure of the hotel
|Aug. 1990 - Dec.1990||CLUB ANDAMAN HOTEL,
Designed the main structure of the hotel
|May 2000 – Sep. 2000||INCREASING PRIVATE ROLES
IN PUBLIC WORKS RELATED TO CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
Granted by the Office of the Civil Service Commission
Studied how to increase private participation effectively in providing construction, construction supervision, operation, and maintenance services for public works
|Oct. 1998 – July 2000||BUILDING REGULATION
Granted by the Department of Public Works
Researcher and Project Coordinator
Studied building regulations and building codes from six countries and recommended the revision of the current national building regulation
|Oct. 1999 – Dec. 1999||DESIGN METHOD FOR
ALUMINIUM STRUCTURAL POLE
Granted by Thai Metal Co., Ltd.
Studied specifications and developed software for designing aluminium structural supports for signs and luminaries.
|July 1998 – Oct. 1999||AN EVALUATION MODEL OF
ROAD USER COSTS DUE TO THE IMPACTS OF CONSTRUCTION BY LANE RENTAL METHOD AND ITS
APPLICATION IN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION
Granted by the Ratchadapiseksompoch Foundation, Chulalongkorn University, Principal Researcher
Developed model for evaluating road user impacts from construction due to lane closure and how to apply lane rental concept to encourage contractors to minimize such impacts.
|Oct. 1996 – Dec. 1997||COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Granted by the Research and Development Institute of Engineering Faculty, Chulalongkorn University, Principal Researcher
Surveyed the potential uses of computer applications for improving productivity, planning and controlling the construction project and barriers for using such applications to the Thai construction industry
|Oct. 1996 – Dec. 1997||INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
FOR CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY USING INTERNET
Granted by the Research and Development Institute of Engineering Faculty, Chulalongkorn University, Researcher
Investigated the potential uses and applications of internet and information technology in construction industry
|Nov.1996 – Feb. 1997||LIGHT-GAUGE STEEL
Granted by the Nakorn-Thai StripMill Public Co., Ltd.
Investigated the potential applications of light-gauge steel in construction and compared the steel design codes between the ASD and AISI
|July 1996 - Dec. 1996||CONTRACTOR
by the National Housing Authority, Researcher
Studied and recommended the factors that should be considered during the contractor prequalification process for the National Housing Authority projects
|Aug. 1993 - Jan. 1996||HIGHWAY PAVEMENT
Research Assistant, Carnegie Mellon University
Developed the conceptual model of performance-based specifications for pavement overlays in the United States
2101-390 Fundamental of Civil Engineering
2101-550 Civil Engineering Project Planning
2101-695 Computer Applications in Construction Engineering and Management
2101-696 Project Planning and Control
2101-697 Infrastructure Planning and Management
2101-332 Highway Materials Laboratory
2101-302 Materials Testing Laboratory
Subsompon, W., and Pooripussarakul, S. “Evaluation of Road User Impacts due to Lane Closure: Case Studies of Construction Projects in Bangkok.” In Proceeding of the 6th National Civil Engineering Convention, Engineering Institute of Thailand, May (2000).
Subsompon, W., et. al. “Road Deterioration Model based on International Roughness Index (IRI).” In Proceeding of the 6th National Civil Engineering Convention, Engineering Institute of Thailand, May (2000).
Subsompon, W. “An Analysis of Road User Impacts during the Construction on Existing Roads.” In Proceeding of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Conference, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, November (1999).
Subsompon, W., and Pooripussarakul, S. “Concepts of Reducing and Assessing Construction Impacts to Road Users.” In Proceeding of the 5th National Civil Engineering Convention, Engineering Institute of Thailand, March (1999): pp. TRP-46 – TRP-51.
Subsompon, W., and Tongthong, T. “Computerized Scheduling.” Civil Engineering Magazine, Engineering Institute of Thailand, October (1998): pp: 36-39.
Subsompon, W. “Development of Performance-Based Specifications for Pavement Overlays.” Chulalongkorn University Journal of Engineering Vol.12 No.2 (1997): pp. 13-18.
Senjuntichai, T., Subsompon, W., and Teerawong, J. “Comparison of Cold-Formed Structural Steel Members Design Method.” In Proceeding of the 4th National Civil Engineering Convention, Engineering Institute of Thailand, November (1997): pp. STR 12-1 – STR 12-4.
Silthanpitak, N., Karoonsoontongwong, A., Angkapaiboonsakul, T, and Subsompon, W. “Techniques and Procedures for Controlling Dust from High-rise Building Construction.” Civil Engineering Magazine, Engineering Institute of Thailand, September (1997): pp: 43 – 49.
Subsompon, W. and McNeil, S. “Variability in Bid Estimates for Bridge Rehabilitation”, Paper Presented at Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington D.C., U.S.A. (1994).
1998 – 2000 Committee, ISO Division, EIT
1998 – 2000 Subcommittee, Construction Management Division, EIT
1996 Invited member of Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering Honor Society.
List of references available upon request.