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(Makati Development Corporation)

Planning and Control Engineer, (Makati Development Corporation), -High Ends Residential/Condominiums Building Project

START Date: 
September, 2014
END Date: 
January, 2016

·         Prepares Project Execution Schedule including resource allocation based on project contractual requirement.

·         Develops well-defined and properly sequenced work activities in close coordination with the PM PIC.

·         Analyzes contract data, establishes well-defined work activities and creates a comprehensive, properly linked CPM schedule.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
3000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
1000

Planning and quantity surveyor, (Makati Development Corporation), Hi-rise Building

START Date: 
April, 2011
END Date: 
August, 2012
Duties and Responsibilities: Estimate / quantify work items based on approved construction drawings, existing field conditions and specifications. Prepare daily/weekly/monthly manpower, materials, and equipment schedules. Prepare quantity take-off and evaluate cost proposals. Prepare accomplishment reports for sub-con billing and performance Ensure the implementation of the quality plans and objectives of the department and project assignment. Perform tasks in accordance with the processes defined in the company’s QEHSMS Manual. Preparing tender and contract documents, including
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
2000

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