Primavera P3

Project Planning and Control, Non-Ferrous Mines & Metals Co. , Copper Mine, Copper complex EPC project

START Date: 
December, 2000
END Date: 
July, 2005
  • Conceptualized and launched processes and set of tools for capturing project metrics and funneling that information to easy-to understand reports. Enabled executive management to keep a pulse on project health, revenue expectations, and strategic analysis of projects.
  • Managed project of a fully in house developed PMIS (Project Management Information System) built on a .Net + SQL platform in integration with MS Project 2003, Excel and VBA macros.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3800
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
800
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
300

Jnr Planner, Redis Construction Afrika (Pty)Ltd, Upgrade of Copper Mine

START Date: 
January, 2007
END Date: 
September, 2008

Jnr Planner, Redis Construction Afrika (Pty) Ltd

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
4400

Project Planner, Redis Construction Afrika (Pty)Ltd, Nickel Tank House Rustenberg

START Date: 
September, 2008
END Date: 
February, 2009

Project Planner, Redis Construction Afrika (PTY) Ltd

In this role I was a Project Planneron Multi Discipline project where i worked on Primavera P3, Resource Loading  was done by myself as well as the Supervisors. I worked closely with Material Control as to see what stock had been brought to site and what else was needed to order to complete the Project.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1100

Project Planning Coordinator, SMS Demag Ltda., Steel making projects: bloom and beam blank continuous casting machine, steel plant and steel process plants.

START Date: 
January, 2000
END Date: 
June, 2007

Planning management to install the CSN-PR plant during 4 years, working as user with the software Primavera including the schedule development and its control, and the Converter 3 plant to CST during 3 years. Both projects were turnkey contracts, comprising from engineering to commissioning phase. The project language was English and the participation started on the late negotiation phase. Support to preparation and defense of claims associated to both projects. Commissioning planning of the bloom continuous casting machine to Açominas.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
14800
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
5150

Senior Planning Coordinator, Siemens VAI Metals Technologies Ltda., Steel Making Projects: slab continuous casting machine and 2 steel plants

START Date: 
July, 2007
END Date: 
June, 2008

Planning management of turnkey contract to modernization of the slab continuous casting machine 3 to COSIPA. Installation planning of 2 steel plants to Companhia Siderúrgica do Atlântico-CSA.

05.2008 – 06.2008           installation planning of 2 steel plans to ThyssenKrupp in Companhia Siderúrgica do Atlântico-CSA in Rio de Janeiro-RJ.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
2000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
650

FIELD ENGINEER, TIC Canada, Epcor Clover Bar

START Date: 
March, 2007
END Date: 
March, 2008

 Project: EPCOR Clover bar Energy-GE LM6000 CTG –Unit I-Power station Installation and  

                                 Commissioning Project.

                                 Planner-Scheduler/Cost Control

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
350

Construction Project Planner / Senior Planner/QS, Tyco Fire Security & Services Thailand Ltd., Alcan G3 Thailand Alumina, Sepon Copper and Gold, Thai Copper Smelter

START Date: 
March, 2003
END Date: 
June, 2007

Planning & Cost Control

Project reporting, cash flow, forecast, valuation

Construction scheduling E&I works

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
6900
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1350
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
150

Reports Manager, Railtrack, Train Protection & Warning System

START Date: 
July, 2001
END Date: 
March, 2004
Railtrack / Network RailTrain Protection & Warning System (TPWS) / National Safety Team (NST)Reports Manager
  • Specification, development, implementation of Access / Visual Basic based Earned Value Management system to allow analysis, across eight remote project offices, allowing tracking of program, commercial and scope issues at a total program level.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
5000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
5000

Construction Project Planner / Senior Planner, John Laing International, First Residence Of Giza

START Date: 
November, 1995
END Date: 
November, 1996

Senior Planner - John Laing International

Planner responsible for the re-programing of envelope, M & E and finishes, and design programme on First Residence Of Giza, Cairo, Egypt. 9 months secondment on site. Project consisted of two towers, one of 30 storeys the other 20 storeys on a three storey retail and liesure poidum on a three level parking basement.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1500

PLANNING ENGINEER, Greenline Yacht Interiors, MY COCO, MY ECLIPSE, MY RIVIERA, MY ROYAL FALCON FLEET, MY SWIFT

START Date: 
June, 2009
END Date: 
July, 2011

·        Preparation of Level 1 schedules for prospective projects along with the jobs in hand to forecast the manpower             requirement.

·        Preparation, tracking and updating of the level 2 schedules to be used by the COO for his meetings with the Clients.

·        Preparation of Level 4 programs by discussing with the Project Managers, Design Managers and the Production Manager.

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