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CV, UK based experienced Project Manager seeking opportunities abroad

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 10256
(13/01/1970, male)
List top 5 skills: construction, engineering, project management, quality control, safety management
Short Bio:

I am an experienced Project Manager/Civil Engineer with over 14 years in the Industry and has gained an excellent knowledge of most areas of construction. Working on many complex projects, including highways(Roads), Nuclear Plants,Industrial Plants, commercial buildings, Mining Plants and rail related works, as well as fast track design and build projects

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

africa, Asia, Australia, Germany, Ghana, United States

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

Ghana, United Kingdom



WORK EXPERIENCE 

National grid EAE Framework Schemes – Value £9.6m – Client: National grid

From June 2012-To-date Position: Project Manager for 3Schemes

Works include Roads, Bridges, Drainage and Tarmac/Resurfacing works.

• Managing and overseeing the daily activities on the 3 Schemes.

• Managing and Coordinating Design and Client issues.

• Overseeing the Commercial and Subcontractors aspect of the Projects.

• Quality and Programme management

• Management and enforcement of Safety Procedures throughout the Project.

Project Manager Roles/Responsibilities

•Sellafield Nuclear Plant, Sellafield – Value £60m – Client: Sellafield Ltd

From March 2011-To-June 2012 Position: Project Manager

Works includes Roads, Security Structures, Buildings and Concrete Structures.

• Oversight of the development and construction of new security enhancing portfolios around the Sellafield site in line with the government security programme.

• Managed and developed design concepts to aid this security enhancing works. (details can be provided on request)

•Day-to-day management of construction works.

•Southend City Beach Project – Value 5.2m Client: Southend Borough Council

January 2010-March 2011 Position: Project Manager

Works includes Roads, Pilling, Pilecaps, Drainage, Demolition, Building and Landscaping works.

•London Gateway Environmental and Compensation Site, Stanford Le-hope – Value £5.5m Client: Dubai Port London Gateway Port Limited. From April 2009 to January 2010

Position: Project Manager

Works includes Sea Breaching, Sea Defence wall construction, roads and Large Earthworks

•CEMEX Cement Grinding Plant, Tilbury Docks – Value £10m – Client: CEMEX

From June 2007—April 2009 Position: Project Manager

Works includes Roads, Pilling, Pilecaps, Building, Drainage and construction of Silos.

Responsibilities:

1. Liaised with the authorities to ensure all relevant documentations are all prepared and submitted.

2. Addressing all Client and Contractor issues and responsible for the selections/supervision of Subcontractors.

3. Approved Risk Assessments/Method Statements.

4. Managed the daily site activities and progress of construction stages.

5. Maintained profit margin of 7.5% as stipulated at the pre-start meeting.

6. Addressed design issues.

7. Managed Subcontractors involved with the project.

8. In-charge of health and safety procedures and weekly safety inspections.

9. Involved with the selection and management of resourced suppliers for the project.

10. Developed Inspection Test Plans for the project.

11. Checked and ensured that quality procedures were adhered to throughout the construction stages

12. Temporary works coordinator for the project.

12. Supervised the Commercial Team to address cost budget and dealing with EWN, CE, and PMI.

A206 Thames Road Improvement Crayford -Value £15m– Client: Bexley Council

From January 2006—June 2007 Position: Site Agent Responsibilities:

1. Liaised with the authorities with regards to Road Closures, Diversions, and coming out with appropriate

Surfacing materials for the temporary works.

2. Managed the daily site activities and progress of construction stages.

3. Maintained Profit margin of 7.5% as stipulated at the pre-start meeting.

4. Addressed Design issues.

5. Approved and designed Risk Assessments and Method statements.

6. Managed Subcontractors involved with the project.

7. In charge of health and safety procedures and weekly safety inspections.

8. Involved with the selection and management of resourced suppliers for the project.

9. Developed Inspection Test Plans for the project.

10. Checked and ensured that quality procedures were adhered to throughout the construction stages.

11. Temporarily worked as coordinator of the project.

Senior Engineer Role/Responsibilities

•Wembley Park SRB – Value £3.5m – Client: London Borough of Brent

From December 2005—January 2006 Position: Senior Engineer Responsibilities:

•MOD Re-modernisation of the Existing Colchester Garrison, Colchester – Value £240m – Client: Ministry of Defence. Position: Senior Engineer Responsibilities:

From May 2004—December 2005

Responsibilities:

1. Liaised with the authorities with regards to road closures, diversions, and coming out with appropriate surfacing materials for the temporary works.

2. Managed the daily site activities and progress of construction stages.

3. Maintained profit margin of 9.5% as stipulated at the pre-start meeting.

4. Addressing design issues.

5. Managed subcontractors involved with the project.

6. In charge of Health and Safety procedures and weekly safety inspections.

7. Involved with the selection and management of resourced suppliers for the project.

8. Assisted with inspections of Temporary works.

9. Developed Inspection Test Plans for the project.

10. Checked and ensured that quality procedures were adhered to throughout the construction stages.

11. Addressed environmental issues and developing action plans to deal with the site ecology.

Started on the under-listed rail track jobs between March 2002 to May 2004 as Project Engineer

• Channel Tunnel Rail Link – Contract 330, Kent (New Railway). £95 Million – Joint Venture with AMEC. From Construction of the new rail lines, Earthworks, Pilling, Bridge and Tunnel constructions.

• Channel Tunnel Rail Link– Contract 320, Swanscombe to West Thurrock Box (New Railway) – Value £65m – Client: Joint Venture between Murphy and Hoctifect

• Channel Tunnel Rail Link– Contract 250, Dagenham (New Railway) – Value £70m – Client: Joint Venture between Nuttall and Kier JV

• Channel Tunnel Rail Link– Contract 220, Stratford Box (New Railway) – Client: NCS JV

Responsibilities

1. Checked all track alignment data and coordinating TBM operations with the various Subcontractors.

2. Managed the Survey section of the Tunnel Survey operations.

3. Checked and liaising with the design consultants with regards to final scheme.

4. Managed and completing project on time and achieving the recommended profit margin of 9%.

5. Produced Inspection test plans, Risk Assessments, Method Statement for the various operations.

6. Drafted contract management plan for the various schemes.

Short-term Contracts with the following companies from May 2001 to March 2002 as Senior Engineer

• AMEC CAPITAL PROJECTS: Working as Senior Site Engineer in extending the Berth 39 at Tilbury Docks. Work done included Piling works, Earthworks, Sea wall Protection, Roads/Pavements and Drainage works.

• MAGEE CONSTRUCTION LTD: Working as Section Engineer addressing all Earthworks Setting out requirements, including Foundations for some of the building structures.

Canary Wharf Development, Canary Wharf – Project Construction of Citibank and HSBC Headquarters (DS5 and DS2) – Client: Canary Wharf Contractors Ltd. From Sept 1999 to May 2001 Position: Section Engineer Responsibilities

1. Managed the Cost plan for the Project, including the developing ‘Valued Engineering Procedures’ to minimise cost and complete the project on time and under Budget.

2. Managed the day-to-day activities of the construction stages as well as the staff allocated to the

3. Checked the verticality/accuracy of the slip forms.

4. Involved in Design Amendments and practical/buildable design innovations.

5. Liaised with the Client and the relevant Authorities with regards to permits and approvals required.

6. Checked and ensured that Quality procedures were adhered to throughout the construction stages.

7. Wrote and approved Risk Assessments and method statements.

8. Developed Inspection Test Plans for the project.

Hemlo Gold International Limited – Project Open/Underground Mining works in the Ashanti region Ghana. From Feb 1996-July 1999 Position: Survey Manager Responsibilities:

1. Managed Survey Team and providing a full detailed contoured survey of the site.

2. Provided controls for the daily monitoring and setting out of drill holes and excavation pits.

3. Generated Monthly reports to the board of director.

4. Generated cost plan and forecast expenditure for the site operations.

5. Provided Quality Assurance for the project.

6. Organised labour requirements for the project.

Safety Training/Certification

I hold a NEBOSH qualification, with several In-house training by Carillion and Balfour Beatty. I am also a first aider and have been managing my sites without any safety issues to date. I hold SMSTS Certification and Construction Site Manager CSCS Card.