Planning Engineer, Galfar Engineering & Contracting SAOG, Up-gradation of existing service connections

START Date: 
April, 2008

• Level 4 Project baseline schedule
• Mobilization plans.
• Analyze the Critical Path using CPM / PERT.
• Progress tracking and manpower productivity by daily / weekly tracking sheets.
• Manpower histograms and progress curves for analysis.
• Look ahead programs, including clash checks to ensure readiness to progress.
• Site material planning and Quality management system.
• Prepare risk mitigation plans and assess regularly.
• Assess the progress of project using Earned Value Management System.

Sr. Planning Engineer, Federici Sterling, Roads & bridges

START Date: 
April, 2000

Planning, Budgetting, Costing and monitoring of progress

Sr. Project Control Engineer, Petrofac International Ltd., Shell Iraq Majnoon Project

START Date: 
August, 2000
  1. Working with Leading EPC organization Petrofac International Ltd., Sharjah for Shell Iraq Majnoon Brownfield & Greenfield Project since Jan’2011.


Sr. Project Control Engineer (EPC)

Senior Planner, KEO INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS, Khalifa City Development in Abu Dhabi

START Date: 
June, 1997

Contact Details

Vikram Bhat

Dubai, UAE.

Tel (Mobile): +971-50-6401750

Email: vbhat21@gmail.com



Career Summary:


Lead Planning Engineer, Ammico Contracting Co. W.L.L., Multiple Projects

START Date: 
October, 2006


Planning & scheduling:

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