Planning Engineer, Murray & Roberts Construction, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FIT-OUT PROJECT Package AX059

START Date: 
September, 2005
END Date: 
February, 2007

PROJECT:    DUBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FIT-OUT PROJECT Package AX059

A 1.80 million square meter facility comprising terminal and concourse area, designed to boast the airport’s capability of handling 17 million passengers annually in line with the government’s vision to attract business and tourism in the region, Dubai being the center of economic activities in the coming years. Five (5) underground basements makes up the terminal area for arrivals and departures, the baggage handling system, the high speed passenger train, with provision for the Light Railway Transport. Apron, on the other hand is made up of lounges and hotels.

 

Project Cost: US 1B     

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare macro & micro planning for the project.
  • Consolidates daily reports for analysis.
  • Define and coordinate specific activities and work tasks.
  • Assign and allocate resources to competing activities.
  • Updates construction programme, site level programme, and coordinated programme
  • Analyze the impact of delays to the programme and formulates recovery action
  • Generates progress status report, production reports, and earned value reports.
  • Attend coordination meetings with site operatives, subcontractors, and other package

           contractors

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
2700

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