Detail Scheduling

Senior Planner, Murray and Roberts Construction, Various Hotel, Apartments and Shopping Malls

START Date: 
July, 2005
END Date: 
April, 2008
  • Production of tender schedules, method statements, site layouts, resource histograms, site logistics and information generally relating to the submission of a bid;
  • Production of detailed residential contract/ construction schedules, information schedules, long lead schedules and tables of data used during  subcontractor package negotiations;
  • Updating progress schedules and reports which are client specific;
  • Delay Analysis;
  • Mentoring junior planning staff;
  • Developing short term and “look ahead” schedules for site staff; and


Planning Manager, Group Five Building Coastal, Various Hospitals, Shopping Malls, Rapid Transport Systems, Research Centres

START Date: 
April, 2008
END Date: 
June, 2012
  • Establishing, reviewing, amending and managing planning policies and procedures;
  • Training of staff in the policies and procedures, and the principles behind the company’s approach to planning and scheduling ;
  • Tender Planning (schedules, method statements and slide presentations);
  • Working with contract operational staff to ensure that the necessary schedules are in place, are compiled in accordance with company principles, policies and procedures, and have consistency;
  • Reviewing schedule progress updates with contract operational staff, including reviewin

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