Planning, Scheduling and Cost Control Specialist, Mott MacDonald Limited, New Islamabad International Airport Project

START Date: 
January, 2018

New Islamabad International Airport Project, US$ 920 million.


As a member of Project Management Consultancy (PMC) team and the Engineer, providing expert advice to Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (the Employer) on the agreed programme and respective budget and compiling Extension of Time (EoT) claims as well as Monthly Progress Reports and the remaining scope of works including ORAT and punch (snag) list items. There are in total 13 work packages contracts under FIDIC 1987 for Works of Civil Engineering Construction and FIDIC 1987 for Electrical and Mechanical Works.


Leading and training a team of 4 planners for prospective programme development and analysis (control and optimization of remaining work) and retrospective forensic programme analysis of extension of time claims (accurate consideration of any additional time and prolongation cost that might be appropriate).


Validating the baseline & as-built schedules, schedule updates and impact events in accordance with the contemporary records.


Supporting the commercial team and the Project Manager during the Variations, the Claims and the Engineer’s Decision processes of the contracts.


Preparing and submitting recommendation reports to the Employer on Contractors’ time and money claims. Reviewing Contractors’ time and money claims in accordance with the terms of the contract, the legal precedent and the current international practices.


Where necessary, guiding the Contractors’ planning and commercial teams to perform a retrospective analysis (during the closeout phase) segregating Employer Risk Events and the concurrent Contractor Risk Events to determine the causation, to review the concurrency and to quantify the excusable and the compensable periods, if any.


Utilizing the implementation procedures set by Society of Construction Law (SCL) Delay and Disruption protocol, AACE International Forensic Schedule Analysis Recommended Practice No. 29R-03 and ASCE Schedule Delay Analysis 67-17. 

Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
800
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
3200