Planning Engineer - Project Control


Last Updated: 14th November 2019 (over 2 years ago)

Address
Quezon City, Philippines

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
45 to 54

Qualification Level
Degree

Languages
English, Filipino

Summary

• Reviews EPC Project Schedule, Progress Measurement and Report requirements for Fabrication phase of the project and Tender Documents
• Review and Comment on Contractor Baseline Schedule.
• Validate Contractors/Fabricators weekly Physical Progress.
• Validate Contractors/Fabricators weekly KPI’s.
• Reviews the Fabrication Critical Path and concerns and recommends to the Management the mitigation plans and actions.
• Experienced in Slug Catcher and Pipe Rack modules.
• Experienced in Oil Storage Tanks, Methane and Ethane Pipelines, Seawater Cooling Pipelines, Pipe Sleepers, Pipe Rack Steel Structures, to support Oil and Gas Refineries.
• Experienced in Oil and Gas Terminals – Offshore Regas Platform, Onshore Receiving Facility, Sub-Stations, Topside, Jetty Structure, Marine Works, Horizontal Directional Drilling, Subsea Piping and Cables.
• Experienced in Chilled Water Cooling Plant, Cooling Tower, Reverse Osmosis Plant and Semi-Conductor Plant.
• Experienced in Civil Infrastructures – Industrial Roads/Highways, Interchange, Bridges, Culverts and Airport Runway.
• Experienced in Major Buildings - Medium Rise and Low Rise Buildings, mass construction of Villas, Residential Houses and Apartments.
• Experienced in Dams/Weir, Diversion Tunnel, Headworks, Inverted Siphon, Culverts and Canals and Warehouses
• Creates Level 1, 2, 3 and 4 Schedule and progress activities.

Education

SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

   Jun 1982
— Mar 1987

Experience

Whessoe Engineering Ltd
PMC Planner

   Oct 2017
— May 2018

• Review master schedule quality by checking critical path, missing logic, logic density, hard constraints, high & low floats, lags, leads and merge hotspots.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis
• Interface with the Client, project team and contractors to ensure successful project delivery.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Anticipate and highlight critical areas for management action
• Monitor progress throughout the implementation process and compare actual against planned work.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis to support the construction supervisors.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Check the veracity of updated schedule and monitor project progress and, if delayed, recommend mitigating measures to meet each of 29 shipping Milestone dates.
• Monitor schedule impacts and perform Time Impact Analysis.
• Select appropriate methods, techniques and the sequence of events for a selected project in order to create the schedule of work. Establish and analyze the Critical Path.
• Review, evaluate and comment on Time Impact Schedules (TIA) and Extension of Time Schedules (EOT) in coordinate with commercial about findings.

Whessoe Engineering Ltd
PMC Planner

   Oct 2017
— May 2018

• Review master schedule quality by checking critical path, missing logic, logic density, hard constraints, high & low floats, lags, leads and merge hotspots.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis
• Interface with the Client, project team and contractors to ensure successful project delivery.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Anticipate and highlight critical areas for management action
• Monitor progress throughout the implementation process and compare actual against planned work.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis to support the construction supervisors.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Check the veracity of updated schedule and monitor project progress and, if delayed, recommend mitigating measures to meet each of 29 shipping Milestone dates.
• Monitor schedule impacts and perform Time Impact Analysis.
• Select appropriate methods, techniques and the sequence of events for a selected project in order to create the schedule of work. Establish and analyze the Critical Path.
• Review, evaluate and comment on Time Impact Schedules (TIA) and Extension of Time Schedules (EOT) in coordinate with commercial about findings.

China Harbour Engineering Co.
Planning Engieer/Manager

   Mar 2016
— Sep 2017

• Review and understand all relevant documents and conditions pertaining to the project.
• Attend the formal handover from Proposals and Estimating at the start of the project in accordance with Corporate Procedures.
• Establish and define any job oriented project control procedures and identify the level of resources required to operate them.
• Develop in conjunction with the Project Manager and Client a suitable Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) for the project.
• Establish and agree the level and frequency of reporting required by the project.
• Establish and communicate cost and schedule baselines and ensure control mechanisms are in place to monitor performance.
• Review overall project status with the Project Control team and Project Management and recommend corrective action where necessary.
• Ensure that all cost, planning and document control reports are prepared and issued in accordance with the Project Coordination Procedure.
• Supervise the activities of the project delivery control group both in their productivity and the technical adequacy of their output.
• Liaise with other Departments at all meetings relevant to project operations and ensure that the time and cost plans are updated to reflect latest information.
• Submit Weekly Report to the Client
• Submit Monthly Report the Client
• Analyze and review updated Schedule and warn Project Managers if targets are not attained and warn possible impact on the Critical Path
• Issue Critical Path to Project Managers and Construction Managers and explain to them the activities that needed priority.
• Prepare Baseline Project Control Schedule

KBR, Inc.
Planning Engineer

   Feb 2013
— Oct 2015

• Review and analyze Contractor schedule with over 18,000 activities - 151 pipe rack modules for Ichthys Onshore LNG facilities.
• Review and check schedule against Contractual Milestone dates.
• Review and check fabrication and installation activities of each Module against 7 types of Build Method sequence: Horizontal Panel with Side Frame, Horizontal Panel with H-Frame, Side Panel, Stick Built, Box-up, Pancake and Complete Module Fabrication.
• Review and check Schedule with reference to Yard Layout sequence and arrangement.
• Review and check activities against Piping Line List.
• Review overall schedule quality by checking critical path, missing logic, logic density, hard constraints, high & low floats, lags, leads and merge hotspots.
• Monitor progress throughout the implementation process and compare actual against planned work.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis to support the construction supervisors.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Check the veracity of updated schedule and monitor project progress and, if delayed, recommend mitigating measures to meet each of 29 shipping Milestone dates.
• Monitor schedule impacts and perform Time Impact Analysis.
• Select appropriate methods, techniques and the sequence of events for a selected project in order to create the schedule of work. Establish and analyze the Critical Path.
• Prepare management curves showing planned, actual, forecast and productivity commodity curves.
• Analyze Construction Schedule weekly and warn Lead and Project Controls Manager if targets are not attained and warn possible impact directly on the Critical Path or cumulative impact on schedule.
• Coordinate with module contractor planners and recommend solutions schedule related issues.
• Review, evaluate and comment on Time Impact Schedules (TIA) and Extension of Time Schedules (EOT)

Bechtel Corp.
Sr Planning Engineer

   Mar 2011
— Jan 2013

• Perform planning for different levels of the schedule hierarchy: contract, detailed activity planning within a project and coordination of the contract with the program. Project scope includes development of Ports, Pipeline Corridors, Utilities, Site Development and Highways/Bridges/Roads for Industrial Area.
• Monitor progress throughout the implementation process and compare actual against planned work.
• Compare actual earned progress to forecast earned progress and provide analysis to support the Contract Supervisor and Facility Contract Supervisor.
• Interface with the Client, project team and sub-contractors to ensure successful project delivery.
• Perform resource planning analysis. Forecast the demands of various types of resources including labor, materials and equipment over the course of the project.
• Anticipate and highlight critical areas for management action.
• Monitor that requires approvals, 3rd party and internal, are addressed in a timely manner.
• Liaise with Engineering and Construction during implementation, making adjustments to projects as necessary, including all adjustments to the schedules and scope to reflect contract requirements and approve changes.
• Update and monitor project progress and, if delayed advise mitigation actions to meet the schedule.
• Analyze and evaluate schedule risk.
• Generate various types of reports to reflect the status of the projects, often with visual aids such as bar charts, graphs and dashboards.
• From a given scope of work, produce a feasible schedule of activities and tasks with logic and resource interlinks.
• Select appropriate methods, techniques and the sequence of events for a selected project in order to create the schedule of work. Establish and analyze the Critical Path.
• Fill in for the Project Controls Team Leader during absences.
• Check work products within Area Project Controls for errors.
• Created and updates the Pipeline Corridor, Utilities and Site Development Integrated Project Schedule Program in P6 showing EPC Phases every month.
• Mentored contractor planners to create a Baseline Schedule until approval status was achieved.
• Handling and monitoring of 10 contracts amounting to total of 1.269 Billion Saudi Riyals.

CAT Group
Senior Planning Engineer

   Jan 2007
— Jan 2011

• Prepare master schedule for new DOHALAND- Heart of Doha Project using Primavera 6 version 7.2 with almost 2,000 activities with resource loading that will serve as the project benchmark. Our scope involves construction of District Cooling Plant Room and underground utility tunnels with including MEP works.
• Updates Progress in Primavera with 12,000 activities consisting of 25 low-rise and medium-rise buildings and inform/advise the Planning Manager about the results after the update in The Pearl Qatar Project.
• Coordinates with the Construction Managers in order to consolidate and prepare Daily Report
• Prepare and submit Weekly Progress Report, Bi-Weekly Progress Report.
• Issue Two Weeks Look-Ahead Schedule to Project Managers and Construction Managers and follow-up if there are any constraints preventing their work according to schedule.
• Issue Critical Path to Project Managers and Construction Managers and explain to them the activities that needed priority.
• Prepare delay analysis after thorough study of what is the real cause of the delays of the project. Issue memos to the concerned managers about the critical activities which should be prioritized to avoid additional delays.
• Prepare Program of Work for Sub-contractors and newly proposed projects.
• Perform special studies like “what if analysis” to have overview of what will happen to the project in such cases in order for the project team to be fully aware and prepare mitigation to minimize delays.
• Submit Monthly Report every end of the month to the Consultant and Client with all the essential attachments.
• Update and submit Payment Certificate every end of the month for negotiation and approval of DAR-Al Handasah Consultants.
• Inform the Project Manager and Planning Manager about the status of Payments and other related work and Milestones.
• Coordinate with Construction Managers on issues regarding Site instructions related to causes of delays on their area of responsibility.
• Incorporate the Site Instructions that caused the delays to the Program and use this to claim for time extension.

NIA ARISP
Senior Planning Engineer

   Jan 1997
— Jan 2006

• Involved in Planning and Scheduling of activities for more than 80 projects consisting of Dams, Conveyance System and Warehouses.
• Schedule Release of funds/budget allocation for construction based on cash flow requirement (Funded by Japan Bank for International Cooperation-JBIC)
• Control cash flow for more than 25 projects every year.
• Involved in the processing Bid Documents and Technical Specifications for Domestic and International Contracts.
• Represent my department as a member of Bidding Committee for Domestic and International Contracts.
• Evaluate Program of Work submitted by the Provincial and Regional Offices and determine necessary budget for funding.
• Represent the Central Office in coordination meetings with Local and Foreign consultants (Nippon Koie) regarding design and implementation issues.
• Conduct regular site inspection of 25 projects twice a month and record verify actual progress.
• Manage, Coordinate and attend conferences with three (3) Regional Directors and Twelve (12) Provincial Managers with Infrastructure Projects under ARISP.
• Proposed the use of automated inflatable Rubber Dam Bag as an alternative use for Concrete Weir which is usually used in river run-off for diversion of water for the first time in the Philippines. This proposal reduced the flooding of nearby villages.
• Created a Level 3 EPC Baseline Control Schedule for roads, dams and canals
• Proposed the use of High Density Poly-Ethylene Pipes on mountainous terrain. The company saved Millions in the labor installation, time and handling cost compared to conventional ways of conveying water.
• Evaluate Performance of Contractors using Philippine Domestic Construction Board Guidelines and procedures.
• Review conceptual design before submission to consultants for further evaluation, comments, recommendation and approval.
• Update schedule and monitor the accomplishments/performance 12 Provincial Project Offices.

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