ADNOC HQ Tower

Senior Planner / Senior Planning Engineer, Hill International (Middle East), ADNOC HQ Tower

START Date: 
December, 2010
  • Planning and scheduling project activities and monitoring project progress; ensuring program is structured in line with agreed WBS and standard work codes.
  • Perform program status and progress updates, ensuring progress reported is a true reflection of work achieved.
  • Preparing Weekly and Monthly progress/project status report for reporting to the Client.
  • Reviewing and commenting on weekly and monthly progress/project status report from Contractor.
  • Performing Earned value Analysis (EVA) of EPS structure as well individual Projects under construction.
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Senior Planner / Senior Planning Engineer, Hill International (Middle East), ADNOC HQ Tower

START Date: 
December, 2010
  • Planning and scheduling project activities and monitoring project progress; ensuring program is structured in line with agreed WBS and standard work codes.
  • Perform program status and progress updates, ensuring progress reported is a true reflection of work achieved.
  • Preparing Weekly and Monthly progress/project status report for reporting to the Client.
  • Reviewing and commenting on weekly and monthly progress/project status report from Contractor.
  • Performing Earned value Analysis (EVA) of EPS structure as well individual Projects under construction.
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