Planner

Planner, Carillon, Sellafield Security Enhancements Project

START Date: 
May, 2014

Planning and the development of programmes for cyclic monitoring, quality and resource management for civil engineering project, within the nuclear industry.

 

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
5000

Planner, Quadriga PMS Pty Ltd, NSW

START Date: 
August, 2006
END Date: 
April, 2007
Planner

1.  Assisting Director/Manager as required
2.  Monthly programme/schedule updates
*  Primavera 3.1
*  Suretrak 3.0
*  MS Project 2003
3.  Generating AutoCad drawings to support larger projects
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1500

Planner, TOTAL E&P UK, MCP01 Summer maintenance campaign

START Date: 
March, 2004
END Date: 
October, 2005

Feb 2004 – Oct 2005                         Total - MCP01 platform/St. Fergus gas terminal

Offshore Logistics Co-ordinator / Planner (contractor)

ü  Developed & maintained detailed schedules including development of WBS structure, critical path, layouts, activity codes, resources loading and analysis including resources histograms

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Planner, TBH, Hospital

START Date: 
June, 2015
END Date: 
March, 2016

Scheduling and reporting on a hospital construction project to track the timing of the installation of medical equipment into the facility.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1600

Planner, TBH, Perth Childrens Hospital

START Date: 
January, 2015

Perth Children's Hospital. Project Planner and Forensic Claims Consultant: P6 As Built Analysis. P6 Planning of Variations works. Contractual and quantum analysis of PrRospective Delays

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
200
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
2000

Planner, TBH, Perth Childrens Hospital

START Date: 
January, 2015

Perth Children's Hospital. Project Planner and Forensic Claims Consultant: P6 As Built Analysis. P6 Planning of Variations works. Contractual and quantum analysis of PrRospective Delays

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
200
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
2000

Planner, TBH, Perth Childrens Hospital

START Date: 
January, 2015

Perth Children's Hospital. Project Planner and Forensic Claims Consultant: P6 As Built Analysis. P6 Planning of Variations works. Contractual and quantum analysis of PrRospective Delays

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
200
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
2000

Planner, M W Kellogg, Mobile Beaumont

START Date: 
January, 1990
END Date: 
January, 1992

·       Creation / maintenance of all project schedules, developed direct / indirect manpower forecasting for assigned projects.

·       Assisted in trend review and incorporation into master project schedules. 

·       Responsible for preparing field progress reports including site progress photos and written narrative.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1250
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
500
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
150

Planner, Various, Various

START Date: 
August, 1989
END Date: 
August, 2001

Planning Assistant to Planner

Drilling Rig Upgrades, Maintenance and Asset planning, Progress updating and reporting

Planner, Gestion de Projets Delsaer Inc., Multiple Projects

START Date: 
July, 2004
END Date: 
December, 2004
Participated in the implementation of a plant expansion project ($107M). Participated in the preparation of a plant shutdown. Analyzed and integrated contractors’ schedules. Updated control schedules.

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