Fourteen years experienced Civil Engineering and Project Management professional.
As Manager Civil I am managing Project Management and Procurementactivities to Source, nominate, evaluate and appoint consultants andcontractors / suppliers / vendors through tendering, negotiation of rates ,finalization of contractual terms while maintaining Change Orders, ProjectExpenditures, budgets, estimates, cost reports, project financial forecasts andschedules across multiple projects in the Engineering and Construction vertical.With application of advanced understanding of company’s business to improveproject cost effectiveness, apply change, risk and opportunity managementprinciples, and improve project margin across projects.
High Rise and Commercial Buildings, construction, MEP and miscellaneous. Oil and Gas- Offshore and Non process constructions. Substations and Power Houses. Roads, Bridges and infrastructure works Engineering Maintenance works. Cable Laying and Commissioning works.
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“Certified PMP” of PMI USA. Member PMI USA
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