Risk Response Planning

Senior Programme and Risk Manager, Mott MacDonald Limited, Various Design and Build Project

START Date: 
August, 2013

I am experienced project planning and controls professional with extensive skills using Primavera P3, P5 and P6 in the  Power distribution ,Oil & gas ,Rail  and Highway engineering sector .I can comfortable working as part of an integrated team or completely independently. I have extensive professional record of developing and maintaining realistic schedules for projects of all types. I have skills in identifying potential problems and providing innovative and effective solutions on projects of all sizes.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
9000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
9000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
9000

Senior Planning Manager, Balfour Beatty Engineering Services, Various Sub Station Project

START Date: 
June, 2011
END Date: 
July, 2013

u  Currently I am working on Scottish Power , Scottish Southern Energy and National grid projects.

u  Assisted project team in balancing the competing project constraints including but not limited to; scope, schedule, budget, resources, quality and risk.

u  Assisted project managers in rolling wave planning and progressive elaboration.

u  Used time impact analysis to assess the impact of discreet risk events.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
9000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
9000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
9000

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