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Artemis 2000

Planning Engineer Electrical, Electronics and Communication, Rosyth Royal Dockyard, Large Ship Refit

START Date: 
April, 1987
END Date: 
November, 1991

Planning Engineer Electrical, Electronics and Communication

Tender Preparation

Baseline Programme Development 

Progress Update

Preparation of cost and time estimates for variation orders and additional works

Development of fragnets and introduction to the update programme

Reports reflecting the introduction of change 

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Divisional Planner, JLEP, Jubilee Line Extension Project

START Date: 
November, 1993
END Date: 
September, 1998

As Divisional Planner I managed the production of integrated tack, signalling, comms, power and building finishes programmes at each of the 18 stations and shafts on the Project and well as tuneel installtions.  I started at the commencement of the Civils phase of thw works and implemented a co-ordinated progress reporting strategy and maintained function consistancy for the division.  Assisted in mitigation of programme delays for the Division, reporting to the Deputy Project Construction Manager.

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Planning Engineer, BNFL (Sellafield Sites), THORP Nuclear Plant

START Date: 
July, 1990
END Date: 
March, 1991

Responsible for the control and monitoring of several contractors programmes and for integrating them into an overall construction programme.

Development of a Sub Station cabling and commissioning programme to provide phased electrical start up to meet the overall THORP plant commissioning programme.

Software used was Artemis 2000 and SMART integrated package for general reporting.

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