Project Controls - Lead Field Construction Planner/Scheduler @ WorleyParsons
EPC Project Controls Primavera P6 Planner with roles ranging from managing various out of state subcontractors’ schedules, working closely with in house discipline engineers on Middle Eastern and Arctic Oil and Gas projects, working on-site remote Arctic construction, and now working with various utility companies in Northwest, I pride myself with setting goals and getting results with
EPC Project Controls Primavera P6 Planner with roles ranging from managing various out of state subcontractors’ schedules, working closely with in house discipline engineers on Middle Eastern and Arctic Oil and Gas projects, working on-site remote Arctic construction, and now working with various utility companies in Northwest, I pride myself with setting goals and getting results with a strong focus on safety. I welcome challenges that stretch my abilities and learn best by doing.
Project Controls Scheduler - Contractor at Google @ Construction Planning and Scheduling Contractor at Google Data Centers From October 2015 to Present (3 months) Portland, Oregon AreaProject Scheduler @ As the North West regional construction planner (Primavera P6) in the Portland office, I am responsible for the planning and scheduling of power jobs including substation, transmission and distribution lines, underground utilities, and telecom (FTTH). Working with clients such as BPA, PGE, and various other public utility districts, I deliver bid proposal schedules and create detailed plans for active projects throughout the project life cycle. From November 2014 to October 2015 (1 year) Portland, Oregon AreaProject Controls - Lead Field Construction Planner/Scheduler @ • I am currently one of the rotating Lead Field Construction Planners on the integrated WorleyParsons/Fluor and ExxonMobil Project Management Team at the Central Pad site office.
• With a specific focus on on-site construction work scopes, my roles include weekly schedule, progress, and manpower updates for the site and Anchorage support office.
• Involved with various daily management meetings and site walk-throughs giving me the opportunity to witness firsthand the dynamics and difficulties of construction in the remote Alaskan Arctic.
• Contribute to the planning of logistics, construction, mechanical completion, and commissioning of prefabricated buildings, stick built structures, pipelines, marine facilities, camps, civil works, airstrip, and processing facilities along with their integrated systems. From June 2013 to November 2014 (1 year 6 months) Project Controls - Progress Engineer/Construction Planner @ • Continuing my role in Project Controls on the ExxonMobil Point Thomson Project, I joined the joint WorleyParsons and Fluor Construction Management Team in the Anchorage construction office.
• Collected and reported on various subcontractors' progress for engineering, fabrication, construction, and material quantities.
• Continue to support EPC scheduling and planning deliverables.
• Trained and certified for Alaskan North Slope safety requirements including NSTC, BP Pass, and OSHA 10.
• Maintain and update detailed Level III and IV Primavera P6 construction schedules with input from multiple contractors.
• Close relationships with Civil, Logistics (sea barge, coastal barge, ice road, helicopter, gravel road, air freight, and fuel shipments), Pipeline, Personnel, and Camp Support contractors.
• Part of team to create shift level resource loaded schedule for North Slope work. North Slope conditions require special focus on ice road, barging, and whaling seasons, along with limited construction camp capacities. From October 2012 to June 2013 (9 months) Project Controls Analyst @ • Integral member of scheduling team developing a Level I, II, and III FEED and EPC schedule for a joint venture Arctic project.
• Manage a Level III civil, pipeline, and telecom engineering contractors in Alaska for a full EPC schedule.
• Tracking earned and actual progress, manpower forecasts, and various cost and scheduling reports such as 3 Part Progress Curves and Weekly Look Ahead Reports.
• Responsible for the critical Infrastructure WBS and Diesel Tank scopes of work and work packages.
• Write weekly and monthly schedule reports which include critical path analysis, change management, schedule slips and variances, procurement vendor data impacts, and corrective actions.
• Project goal to upgrade refinery to 400 million barrels/day Arabian heavy crude capacity. WorleyParsons scope includes engineering, design and procurement of all long lead material & equipment.
• Responsible for coordinating, monitoring and reporting staff hours and schedules from multiple offices. From December 2007 to October 2012 (4 years 11 months) Intern @ Performed general office duties such as payroll and filing. Created a project for a paperless time card system. Worked with 3D CAD to create crane lift simulations. From June 2006 to September 2006 (4 months)
B.S., Industrial Technology, Packaging Engineering @ California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo From 2002 to 2007 Jeremy Schnyder is skilled in: Primavera P6, Project Control, EPC, FEED, WBS, Refinery, Pipelines, Power Generation, Procurement, Project Planning, Cost Management, Process Scheduler, Onshore, Engineering, Construction
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