Contract and Tender Planning

Senior Planner / Senior Planning Engineer, AMEC Capital Projects, Contract and Tender Planning

START Date: 
August, 2012
END Date: 
November, 2012

Member of the Planning and Project Controls Team responsible for the development of tender programmes for inclusion into various Sub-Station tenders  (AIS and GIS ) for National Grid etc,

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
550
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
50

Planner, Kier Construction, Contract and Tender Planning

START Date: 
August, 2013

Contract planning across multiple live sites including:

  • Working with the Project Team to turn the Tender Programme into a robust, fully logic linked design, procure, construct, commission Contract programme with input from designers, subcontractors and other members of the project team.
  • Continuing to work with the Project Team once the project has commenced to monitor progress and include any programme amendments and changes, including production of programmes to demonstrate delays and support claims for extensions of time and for loss and expense using appropr

Construction Project Planner / Senior Planner, Willmott Dixon, Contract and Tender Planning

START Date: 
September, 2006
END Date: 
November, 2013

Current Role

Senior Planner B.Eng MCIOB

Working on work winning in Preconstruction.

Providing Operation support to site teams on BAA and NEC contracts

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