Network Rail

Thomas Nicholson

First Name: 
Thomas
Last Name: 
Nicholson

My name is Thomas Nicholson, I came to planning in 2005 for Network Rail, went working for a contractor and am now back at Network Rail. I currently plan various multi function projects from bridge re-construction to station builds and varying work inbetween.

Professional Since: 
Oct-2005 (14.3 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Sep 2005 (14.4 yrs experience, WARNING: 0.1 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
9

Project Planner, Network Rail, (various projects)

START Date: 
September, 2005
END Date: 
February, 2007

Creating and monitoring plans for projects in the North West of the UK by Network Rail.  Reviewing contractors plans and feeding back to the project team as required.

Alex Menzel

First Name: 
Alex
Last Name: 
Menzel
Professional Since: 
Aug-1980 (39.5 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

Resource Planner, Network rail, Welding Planning, Possesion Planning, P-way rostering & planning

START Date: 
November, 2004
END Date: 
September, 2007

The Resource Planner was created as a new position within the company
Given specialist position to manage Scotland East training provision for 500 staff. This responsibility only exists in Scotland
Auditing and evaluating training courses
Designing training plans and courses
Directly manage workload of three assessors & two trainers
The other responsibilities of this role include: -
Manpower planning details as under resource & planning manager role
Lead all union negotiations

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
6000

Tim Neobard

First Name: 
Tim
Last Name: 
Neobard
Professional Since: 
Jun-2006 (13.7 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Sep 2009 (10.4 yrs experience, WARNING: 3.3 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
4

Kevin Buckley

First Name: 
Kevin
Last Name: 
Buckley

A highly motivated, professional and skilled Planning and Controls Manager with a proven track record in major projects and portfolio management and over 25 years experience within a range of industries including Rail, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical and Pharmaceutical.  Practiced in the full project lifecycle, from bid preparation and tender evaluation through design, implementation and decommissioning

Professional Since: 
May-1987 (32.7 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Jun 2009 (10.7 yrs experience, WARNING: 22.1 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
44

Project Planner, Network Rail, West Coast Route Modernisation

START Date: 
October, 2005
END Date: 
October, 2007

Project Planner for Network Rail on the WCRM Rugby Station New Ticket Office project and the Birmingham New Street Gateway Project, Option Development Stage.  Producing and progressing costed programmes in liaison with the project manager, engineers and the sub-contractors planner.

Rail planner, Network Rail, Channel Tunnel Rail Link

START Date: 
August, 2012
END Date: 
May, 2012
Risk manager for net work rail Enterprise project structure Organisation brake down structure

JUNIOR P6 PLANNER, HONEYWELL,NETWORK RAIL,LOROL, BMS/LCS PROJECTS

START Date: 
March, 2007
END Date: 
September, 2012

JUNIOR P6 PLANNER

 

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Glen Lane

First Name: 
Glen
Last Name: 
Lane
Oldest experience: 
Jun 1997 (22.7 yrs experience, WARNING: 27.4 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
43

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