Cost and Schedule Engineer

Cost and Schedule Engineer, Parsons Corporation, Chevron Gas Processing Pascagoula Refinery

START Date: 
August, 1990
END Date: 
February, 1992

Worked as a Cost and Schedule Engineer on a gas processing facility, valued at $26M.  Prepared monthly cost forecast and maintained project cash flow for Chevron Magnolia Plant.  Forecasted and reported commitments and expenditures for engineering, equipment and bulk materials.  Processed client and home office change requests, tracked man-hours and compiled manpower curves.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3200
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
3200

Cost and Schedule Engineer, Exxon Mobil Limited, Many

START Date: 
September, 2010
END Date: 
October, 2012

Cost and Schedule Engineer - Developing Cost and Schedule packages for european capital project

Cost and Schedule Engineer, Exxon Mobil Limited, Many

START Date: 
September, 2010
END Date: 
October, 2012

Cost and Schedule Engineer - Developing Cost and Schedule packages for european capital project

Cost and Schedule Engineer, Exxon Mobil Limited, Many

START Date: 
September, 2010
END Date: 
October, 2012

Cost and Schedule Engineer - Developing Cost and Schedule packages for european capital project

Cost and Schedule Engineer, Exxon Mobil Limited, Many

START Date: 
September, 2010
END Date: 
October, 2012

Cost and Schedule Engineer - Developing Cost and Schedule packages for european capital project

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