Railway Procurement Agency

David Carroll

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Construction Supervision

Setting Out

Utilities Design and Supervision

Design Coordination

Procurement Management

Project Scheduling

3D/2D CAD modelling

Professional Since: 
Oct-1985 (34.5 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Apr 1998 (22.0 yrs experience, WARNING: 12.5 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 

Senior Engineer (Planner), Railway Procurement Agency, LUAS - various

START Date: 
April, 1998

Have been involved in first 4 LUAS lines in Dublin, Metro North project and current cross city link.

Experienced in utility diversion works, procurement, site works, contract documentation, planning role.

Hakan Ozsoy

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Professional Since: 
Aug-2000 (19.6 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Oct 1999 (20.5 yrs experience, WARNING: 0.9 years variance with Professional Since)
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Senior Planner, Railway Procurement Agency, Civils, systems and infrasturcture contracts on several light rail and metro projects

START Date: 
March, 2006

Acting as a part of Project Services Group and a a member of the Planning Department, I am working for light rail and metro projects within Dublin region. The projects I am involved are at different stages of their project life cycle. While I do evaluating bidding documents for some, I am running railway order planning processes for another.

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