Balfour Beatty Rail Civils

Tim Isaac

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My consultancy, Project Visibility Ltd, provides programme & projects planning services to major engineering & construction projects. Currently for Balfour Beatty Rail Civil Projects and other industrial clients. In 2012 I provided planning & controls expertise on infrastructure improvements for an oil company in Nigeria. For more than 5 years I provided a range of planning services, both strategic & detailed, to National Grid in the UK on both electricty & gas projects.

Professional Since: 
Oct-1989 (29.6 yrs experience)
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Sep 1989 (29.6 yrs experience, WARNING: 0.1 years variance with Professional Since)
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Construction Project Planner / Senior Planner, Balfour Beatty Rail Civils, All Portfolio of Projects

START Date: 
December, 2014

Developing project & resource plans for acceptance. Updating with changes & progress. Resource planning, forecasting & monitoring. Reporting to clients & management. Risk management. Forensic analysis & claims.

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PLANNING ENGINEER, Balfour Beatty Rail Civils, Major Civils & Multi Discipinary

START Date: 
October, 2012
END Date: 
July, 2013

Undertaking the full range of duties associated with the position of planner in a large scale multi-disciplined construction company specializing in rail. 

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