Project Controls Assistant

Project Controls Assistant, National Grid, N/A

START Date: 
September, 2017

Project Controls Assistant - Scheduling

  • Work with the Programme Planning Engineers to build induvidual project plans from first principles using an agreed work breakdown structure to support Project Development Engineers and Major Infrastructure Development Senior Project Managers.
  • Coordinate a number of projects with limited complexity and write up with the schedule section for the monthly project controls report.

 

 

Project Controls Assistant, National Grid, N/A

START Date: 
September, 2017

Project Controls Assistant - Estimating

  • Support the preparation of budget estimates for the plant costs and risks and contingency allowance aspects of proposed projects at all stages of development from business case to award construction contracts.
  • Assisting in maintaining and updating the eHub cost database to reflect current costs, including extracting actual cost data from complete projects.

 

 

Project Controls Assistant, PaCE Academy, Medupi Power Station, Lephalale Housing project

START Date: 
January, 2009
END Date: 
December, 2009
My initial training included 8 weeks theoretical training covering project aspects such as project schedule, work break down structures (WBS). Project tracking and progress review. Cost elements included costing and estimating, cost allocation to work packages and financial reporting.On completion of the theoretical training, I was posted out to a project (Medupi Power Station) to receive practical training within a project environment and timing constraints.

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