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Brian Excell

Having started a career in an engineering design office provided a constant desire for positive construction outcomes staring from a “grass roots” environment. This initial training provided a solid foundation and knowledge of the Oil and Gas industry which demands a high expectation for safety, quality management systems and engineering compliancy.

 

From this initial foundation allowed a natural progression into Project Engineering activities, specialising on project control execution processes, driven by Australian and International standards. These control mechanisms include for:

 

Project Culture

  • Generation of project kick-off meetings establishing the project culture

  • Provide a customer focal point for project communication protocols

  • Instigate a “one-team” approach to project delivery and successful project milestone

  • Project Team mentoring and guidance

 

Project Execution

  • Technical specification writing and reviews to include for project scopes of work and client focused deliverable

  • Project budget estimation and scheduling activities

  • Long lead item purchasing to technical and standard specifications

  • Sub-contractor management to include for contract supply competency – safety and QAQC processes to core project values

  • Project delivery and construction documentation to include for work-pack creation

  • Safety control processes -  WMS, SWMS, ITP/ITR’s

  • QA/QC conformance generating project deliverables for construction activities

  • Construction progress reviews, auditing and reporting providing client milestone delivery updates

  • Budget expenditure control and reporting against budget forecasting to complete

 

Project Closeout

  • Project MC (Mechanical Completion) and PC (Practical Completions) milestone achievements

  • Punch list creation to achieve Operational hand-over and acceptance

  • MDR Consolidation and support to QAQC functions

  • Final project “Lessons Learnt”  for future project executions and improvements

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