Summary of my experiences at Electricity Alliance East and Hydro One.
My scholarship work program is aimed at gaining exposure in different project management and delivery methodologies undertaken by other organisations around the world. My fourth 3 months within the Alliance has provided me with experience and a better understanding on the winter activities within the Alliance, and their Change and Innovation department.
I continue work at Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions. This report covers the period August – November 2009. I highlight my experiences in the commercial group managing the refurbishment of towers.
This report covers the period May-August 2009, during which I continued my employement with Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions in the UK.
This report documents my continued experiences with working under National Grid’s Electricity Alliance (East) for Overhead Line and Cables.
In this report, I provides greater details on the approaches taken in the Alliance to optimise transmission project development.
My ES Cornwall Scholarship period is currently agreed to be from March 2009 to September 2010. My proposed work program is aimed at gaining experience in alternate project management and delivery methodologies.
My initial period of employment is a 12 month period with Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions (BBUSL), commencing on the 16th February 2009.
This report documents my initial experiences with working under National Grid’s Electricity Alliance (East) for Overhead Line and Cables, which is NGT’s pragmatic response to a shortage of skilled workers coincident with an escalating infrastructure investment requirement.
This experience is directly related to my chosen topic of study under the scholarship, which is the delivery of transmission augmentation works, with a specific focus on increasing efficiencies associated with time and cost, while not compromising safety and network availability.
My 1st Quarterly Report (PDF) is here, for your reference.