Planner

Planner, SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, Construction / Manufacturing

START Date: 
September, 2000
END Date: 
April, 2003

Project schedule development; design schedule coordination; procurement and materials monitoring coordination;  and progress monitoring & update report.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
5000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
5000

Planner, WORLEYPARSONS (Thailand) Limited , Pluto LNG Project

START Date: 
March, 2008
END Date: 
August, 2009

Responsibilities Develop level 4 schedule with monitoring and controlling project master schedule. Weekly progress report preparation reported to Construction Manager

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1500

Planner, Marubeni Corporation, EGAT / Wangnoi / CCPP4

START Date: 
July, 2011
END Date: 
March, 2013

Responsibilities to review and prepare EPC contract of power plant master schedule, progress measurement and progress report to management including contractor level-4 schedule integration, to review and advise action required for recovery schedule to contractors

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
4000

Planner, BP, Intervention Project

START Date: 
September, 2014

 

 

·         Responsible for creating, reviewing and amending schedules for Major Maintenance activities through to Repair Order/ Fabric Maint works.

·         Able to recognise risks to both Process and Personnel Safety through regular worksite visits and knowledge of safe working procedures.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
6000

Planner, PIEMME srl, & Oil & Gas Projects 2) Buildings 3) Infrastructure

START Date: 
January, 2011
END Date: 
October, 2014

Project Planning & Scheduling + Cost Control in PIEMME srl

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1500
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
500

Planner, Anglian Water , Essex Water Infrastructure

START Date: 
April, 2005
END Date: 
December, 2008
  • Use operational experience and understanding to ensure that the automated schedule has produced work schedules that give appropriate priority to high risk work and sites.

Planner, Velesstroy, Kingisepp

START Date: 
July, 2014
Calculation and creation of work norms, detailed planning of construction dynamics. Programming of Visual Basic modules for calculation of machinery performance and output.Production of business plans and calculation of budgets.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1500
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
300

Planner, Renco, Water treatment

START Date: 
November, 2013

Project Planner in engineering, procurement and construction phases.

PM and CM assistant.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
4000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
1000

Planner, Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK, Ethane Import Terminal Project

START Date: 
April, 2016

I am a Project planner currently working on the construction of Propane Storage tank and tank base for Ethane Import Terminal. 

Duties;

Monthly programme uppdates 

Weekly progress schedule

3 Weekly programme

Monthly report

PLANNER, EDWARD AND CHRISTEY, 72 KM OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION

START Date: 
October, 2010
END Date: 
February, 2012

·         Prepare daily, weekly and monthly project reports.

·         Scheduling project using Primavera Project Management.

·         Monitor the actual progress against scheduled program.

·         Preparing look ahead schedules.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
2200
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
800

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