Project Management Of The Darlington Nuclear Power Generating Station

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Table of Contents Context/Introduction 3 Who I am 3 The Approach 4 Estimating Methodology 6 General 6 Project Management 7 Engineering 9 Labour Norms 10 Norms 10 Productivity 10 Material Prices 11 The Result 11 Lessons Learned 14 Competencies Demonstrated 15 Table of Figures Table 1: AACE Estimate Classification Matrix. 5 Table 2: Project Management Example 8 Table 3: Engineering Example 9 Table 4: Example of Labour Productivity 10 Table 5: Example Elemental Comparison 13 Table 6: Competencies Demonstrated 15 Context/Introduction The purpose of this document is to describe the Project Controls Management Process and to outline specific methods and activities which were implemented to facilitate the various elements, processes and…show more content…
Prior to being involved in these capacities I gained valuable practical and project management experience, extensively bridging the Civil, Architectural, Mechanical & Electrical divisions within the Municipal Infrastructure and ICI sectors such as, mixed and non-mixed flagship condominium developments, health care and retail, as well as, heavy civil projects including gravity sewer, pressure sewer, potable water systems, storm water stabilization ponds, water/waste water treatment facilities and power generation, specifically pressurized heavy water nuclear reactors – Canada Deuterium Uranium (CANDU) technology. My propensity to adapt quickly, perform rapid problem solving, ability to communicate effectively with clients, organize and deliver projects clearly and concisely, as well as work comfortably within many disciplines has consistently proven to make me a valuable asset to any team. I have accomplished all requirements as a RICS Associate entitling me to the AssocRICS designation through the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors; as well, I have satisfied all designation requirements as Cost Estimator Certified (CEC) with the Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologist (OACETT) as well as being a member of the American Association of Cost Engineers
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