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Limits of planning Engineer

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Balaji Surendiran
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Can anyone define the limits of planning engineer in all sense upto what extend he can control the project??
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Jaco Stadler
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The sky is the limit.

To what sense he can control the project it depends on what his Job description say’s as well as what the PIM say’s his reponsibilty’s are. (Back to good old procedure’s)

Shahzad Munawar
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apart from PD and PM, good planner which time to time involve in estimation and billing may become good Contract and Claim Managar also
Alex Wong
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I think the limit is your own abilities

A planning engineer can be PM or PD and I see this happen all the time... In fact I am also a PM. So as a career, there is lots of possibility and it all depends on your ability.