Planning Management and Earned Value Analysis

Planning Manager, Network Rail, North London Line Rail Improvement

START Date: 
February, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2010

Network Rail                                                                                                   &nb

Planning Manager, Kvaerner Cleveland Bridge, Avonmouth Bridge Strengthening

START Date: 
January, 1997
END Date: 
December, 1997


Responsibilities: Co-ordination of all planning processes, including cost and schedule planning, on a £50 million bridge strengthening contract. Presenting and explaining results to senior management and engineering staff. Identifying opportunities for value engineering and negotiating changes to scope to improve value. Variation Analysis.

Senior Planning/Project Controls Manager, E C Harris, Airfield Project – Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, United Kingdom.

START Date: 
November, 2002
END Date: 
September, 2005

Employed by EC Harris as a Senior Planning/Project Controls Manager I was seconded to British Airport Authority as their Lead Planner on the Airfield Project and headed up a team of ten planners from various employers. Twelve subprojects were managed through the gateway process from conception through to handover. Project Controls were managed through bespoke software enabling the maintenance of budget and schedule across the T5 Programme of Projects. Roll up reporting was adopted together with Earned Value Management to monitor and control the large and complex Programme.

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