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RssSenior Cost-Schedules Controls Engineer

JAY R.WILLIAMS 2963 Glade Ave. Madera, CA 93637 0-559/662-8807 C-559/978-1751 COST-SCHEDULE CONTROLS ENGINEER INTRODUCTION My residence is located in central California, near a major airport. The past 15 years I have provided my cost schedule controls construction employment services throughout the western United States. I attempt to select job opportunities as close to my residence as possible to commute to my residence monthly. Pursuing a progressive challenging position within a Project team oriented management and controls reporting environment. Utilizing my state of the art cost schedule controls management performance history • Have twelve years of work performance in a team effort environment in the construction industry. Performed, progressed, and rewarded for professional services to senior management satisfaction. • Professional Objective. To participate within a Project team environment providing my successful cost-schedule computerized resourced database development: Performance tracking, trending, daily monitoring, change updating, formal reporting, commissioning, and Project final close-out. Employment Summary • Twelve years Program-Project resource loaded cost- schedule controls development. • Twelve years Senior Project Life-Cycle Scheduler. • Twelve years Program-Project baseline resource loading, monitoring, maintenance, reporting. Cost Schedule Methods and Controls Utilized • Risk, trend projection analysis, and performance measurement. • Earned Value Analysis (EV). Actual cost of work Performed vs. Planned. • Primavera P3, P5, P6, Sure Track, MS Project, Micro-frame (MPM), Claim Digger, Artemis, Project Analyzer Pro. Excel, Unifier, SAP, Expedition 10.0, and Prolog Reporting. Senior Project Cost-Schedule Performance History • Integrating schedule input data from: Project managers, construction engineering, material vendors, and sub-contractors for the development of a Projects master baseline database. • Directed by: Contract Specifications, SOW, GC, produce an owner-client acceptable cost/schedule baseline database supporting the contractual cost, and completion date. • Develop a Project database coding structure to: Segregate sub-contractor functions, monitor work performance, isolate issues, track change requests, and report performance. • For resource loading: Identify hours, costs, and quantities for each unique work task. ID activities requiring special equipment, and identify procured materials required. • Verifying sub-contractors schedule logic and durations are realistic and achievable to support the Projects contractual completion date. • Perform job-site walks, and Sub-contractors vendor, visits to verify their performance worked percentages are correct and reconcile to their invoice payment submittals.. • Develop of delay claims data, using Claim Digger and Primavera for sub-contractors cost-schedule delay to baseline schedule. • Produce from the active Project baseline schedule the necessary charts, plots, histograms, and reports for management visibility for change impact.. • I personally have used these software management tools to accomplish the above tasks for the last twelve years, and have my own personal licensed copies of some (P3,P6, Claim Digger, MS Project Office Tools, Micro-frame {MPM}. Professional Analyzer Pro, Excel, Expedition 10.0, and Prolog). I have available upon your request professional and personal character references from project managers, directors, and field supervisors that I have supported Thank you for your interest and consideration Jay Williams

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