Planning Manager, CCIC, Ethylene Plant

START Date: 
July, 1992
END Date: 
September, 2012
    • Leads planning department and ensuring individual tasks are performed accordingly.
    • Preside weekly coordination meeting to all discipline to discuss current situation facing problems and gathering individual insight to draw-up measures for improvement. Work fronts are identified carefully to maintain good productivity.
    • Preside a weekly progress meeting between management and construction and highlighting current progress and updating deliverables that have vital impact to construction to anticipate acceleration program to areas where delay are observed.
    • Develop detailed Time Construction Schedule with allocated resources on all discipline  in accordance to Milestone Dates through PRIMAVERA system application (P3 & P6)
    • Perform analysis on the delivery and erection status for all discipline and recommend measures on expediting and maximizing the efficiencies on production.
    • Implementing risk schedule analysis, float management and early warning indicators for large EPC projects
    • Gives Detailed definitions & Split of Cost between Direct & Indirect Cost in Schedule
    • Tracks & update project progress status on work execution
    • Managing critical path, assessing delays, impact assessment, recovery and acceleration plans / costs.
    • Implies maximum projection on progress by ensuing scheduled plans to comply on actual implementation.
  • Develop standard work progress distribution & Resources

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