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Looking to network with other shutdown schedulers

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Mel Daniels
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My apologies if this is posted in the wrong section, but I am looking for other schedulers that are in the field of planning Power Plant Shutdowns for repairs, renovations etc.

If there are any such planners here I would be interested in talking with you about your experiences, share ideas, and perhaps pick up a few pointers. I for the most part am self taught with Primavera products and recently have gotten formal education with the P3e/c software. Ive been a planner/scheduler/project controls for 3 years now. All of my scheduling experience however is solely with Power Plant Shutdowns.

Thank you in advance for any assistance.

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Mel Daniels
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Hello Bernard, thanks for the welcome.

I will check those links out. Thank you
Bernard Ertl
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Hi Mel, welcome to the Planning Planet!

We have free books posted on our web site that you might find interesting:

Turnaround Project Planning Primer

Turnaround Project Management Primer

Bernard Ertl
InterPlan Systems - ATC Professional Shutdown / Turnaround Management System