JOSEPH, OGHENEOVIE ANIMAM
JOSEPH, OGHENEOVIE ANIMAM
Core Expertise: QUANTITY SURVEYOR
Estimating Tender and contract documentation Procurement advice Feasibility studies Project management Value engineering Contract administration Advice on contractual disputes Valuations for insurance purposes Whole-life costing Contract negotiation Cost analysis and reporting, etc Profile Summary
A highly seasoned professional and talented Quantity surveyor with over five years of demonstrated experience in cost handling, value engineering management, cost estimation and project management in relation to construction and engineering projects. Possess strong problem-solving, numerical, communication and negotiation skills as well as solid technical construction and financial knowledge to properly manage commercial and contractual aspects of the projects with a view to effectively meet organizations objectives. WORK HISTORY
Job Title: Quantity surveyor, ` Feb., 2019 TillDate Company: LEM Maintenance Ltd (A Lambert Electromec Company) 1682 Sanusi Fafunwa Street, 5th Floor, Consortium Building, Victoria Island, Lagos, FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Preparing tender/bids including bills of Quantities and carrying out measurements of mechanical and electrical, structural steel, and civil activities as required by the job order.
Preparing monthly valuation of works executed and materials delivered onsite for subcontractors monthly Payment.
Preparing weekly project financial/delay analysis, contractor’s manpower and equipment schedule for evaluation of change order request.
Performing cost reporting and analysis, procurement scheduling, and implemented cost control measures that aided in delivering the various projects.
Carrying out estimation of MEP services: fire protection & detection, water supply and waste water system, HVAC & Chill water piping, ducting system, electrical work and water proofing.
Examining, controlling and evaluating sub-contractor’s invoices and ensuring contractual obligations are satisfied.
Advising clients on improvements, strategies, and/or estimated costs and sourcing maintenance costs and facilities management for clients.
Job Title: Quantity surveyor, (Contract) Aug., 2017 – Sept. 2018 Company: Independent Project Monitoring Company Limited 18b, Olu Holloway, Ikoyi, Lagos, Project: Construction of Dangote Oil Refinery and Petrochemical Company, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos. FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Carried out measurement of piling works, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, structural steel, and civil activities as required by the contract. Obtained contractor’s agreement and verified invoices.
Checked and verified contractor’s PMS – progress measurement system.
Prepared monthly valuation of works executed and materials delivered onsite for contractors monthly Payment.
Prepared daily project delay analysis, contractor’s manpower and equipment schedule for evaluation of change order request.
Followed up on the contractual schedule and progress in close coordination with the project management team.
Prepared takeoff quantities from drawings to verify change order requests and evaluating the impact of change order upon the budget.
Prepared the certificates to be issued in accordance with the contract, and arrange signature by the parties.
Assisted in the activities performed by the client in validating the planning, cost and progress control reports and documents submitted by contractor, as required. JOSEPH, OGHENEOVIE ANIMAM
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor/ Site Supervisor Nov. 2016 - Sept 2017. Company: Iron Resources Nigeria Limited,
2, Idado Estate, Lekki, Lagos.
Actively participated in the business development and management of new projects by fulfilling quantity surveying roles, cost management, and project management activities.
Prepared project estimate, overseeing design phase as well as delivering updated cost plans for different stages of construction.
Participated in the development and improvement of project control systems as well as recommending improvements in systems, tools and methods of project controls, and project management
Tracked and analyzing project costs, and commitments.
Collected and reviewing past project data, analysis reports, and productivity.
Evaluated proposal specifications, participating in pre-bid meetings, and making necessary changes in drawings
Supported and providing technical support to project managers and site managers.
Performed cost reporting and analysis, procurement scheduling, and implemented cost control measures that aided in delivering the project.
Mentored junior staff with the client account management, monthly invoicing as well as reviewing contractual terms.
Ensured project engineering activities comply with organization and contract requirements. Job Title: Estimator/ Quantity Surveyor (Contract) Jan, 2016 – Sept, 2016 Company: Pace Engineering & Constructions Limited, Asaba, Delta State. Project: Construction of Rigid pavement and Drains along WRPC, Warri, Delta State. FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Advised the project management team on possible cost over runs and on the action necessary to remain within the approved project budget.
Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the Project managers, design department and/or the client.
Identify potential financial or construction risks and advising clients on improvements, strategies, and/or estimated costs.
Prepared accurate budget for projects and established star rates for projects.
Monthly valuation interim certificates and final account preparation.
Assisted in collaboration with the project accountant in collecting the data to prepare financial reports, cash flow forecast, financial and contractual matters.
Examined, controlled and evaluated sub-contractor’s invoices and ensured contractual obligations are satisfied.
Provided accurate documentations and effective presentations to stakeholders.
Communicated contract terms to the project team, and ensured they are aware of financial aspects.
Worked with field engineers to track construction materials, and deployment of adequate labor force at sites.
Ensured contract and quantity surveying activities comply with current laws and regulations set by state and federal governments.
Ensured ongoing accuracy and suitability for optimal budget forecasting, financial and commercial modeling through developing and administering past cost database.
Provided daily and weekly status and progress reports as well as project summary reports to the management team.
JOSEPH, OGHENEOVIE ANIMAM
Job Title: ResidentQuantity Surveyor, (Contract) April, 2014 - Dec, 2015 Company: Darycet International Limited, GRA II, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. Project: OML58 Upgrade Project, Total E&P, Oil, Exploration Site, Obagi, Rivers State, Nigeria. FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Responsibly compiled data for preparing estimates; examining performance requirements, delivery schedules, estimates cost of materials, equipment, and production to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Established and maintained financial cash flows for the project in line with the agreed WBS.
Monitored actual versus planned expenditures and produce cost forecasts to provide timely notification of potential over/under-runs.
Prepared monthly cost reports, giving planned, actual and forecast costs, for all elements of the project in line with the agreed WBS.
Established cost break down structure (CBS) and integrated it with work break down structure (WBS).
Verified other committed cost information against contract value, adjusted forecast to reflect change orders and other variances
Prepared and delivered budget, forecast and expenditure information of the senior management within cost limit
Highlighted in a timely manner, the areas of concern for potential cost over-runs or under-Spends, recommended actions or solutions where possible with the aim of maintaining expenditure within budget
Tracked labour, materials, rentals, equipment and subcontracts project costs.
Prepared scheduling and cost accounting reports for presentation to top management.
Evaluated work flows and determined if improvements can be made.
Established earned value system for the project- engineering, fabrication and construction.
Allocated work to subcontractors, developed and compiled project status reports. Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Sept, 2012–Dec, 2013 Company: Wokson Constructions Nig Plc, Otokutu Site, Delta State. FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Assisted in preparing cost reports, liaised with architects, engineers, and subcontractors to produce practical designs for construction projects.
Monitored and kept track of project progress as well as for the measurement and valuation of variations in the work.
Maintained current knowledge of relevant contractual procedures and practices as well as provided advice to project staff on commercial and contractual matters.
Reviewed all the change orders in accordance with clients' approval.
Reviewed all the invoices for the project and ensured that the junior technical staff coded the invoices as well as forwarded them to the accounts payable department.
Provided advice on legal issues as well as coordinated with project managers to ensure timely completion of projects.
Worked very closely with the project team to ensure that measurements, variation and contractual matters are properly recorded and notified.
Job Title: Resident Quantity Surveyor Feb, 2013 - Feb, 2014 Company: Works Department, N.Y.S.C, Ref: A (002542203) Ohimini Local Govt. Council, Idekpa, Benue State.
Responsible for managing all project costs from start to finish.
Performed analyses of costs for various building projects.
Lend presence at all meetings and communicate with council stakeholders on commercial matters.
Monitored the cost and use of council resources.
Inspected and computed the value of completed work and projects.
Ran the maintenance of housing services.
Responsible for a great number of business ventures at any given time.
Accomplished reports on and recommend advice about building and maintenance costs.
Generated cost and value reports monthly and quarterly and also produced accurate information on cash flow.
Responsible for the preparation of contract and tender documents. JOSEPH, OGHENEOVIE ANIMAM
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor, (Industrial Training) Sept, 2008 - Aug, 2010 Company: LWE & Co (QS Consultants & Project Managers) Abraka, Delta State. FUNCTIONS/ROLES
Assisted in taking-off quantities from drawings.
Assisted in the drafting of drawings manually for clients.
Performed Project management like site supervision of on-going projects.
Assisted in preparing tender documents
Summary of Skills
Strong experience in cost analysis and management, scheduling, project planning as well as minimizing project costs, and meeting necessary legal norms.
Strong understanding of commercial projects, budgets/construction metrics, project management, quantity take-offs, forecasting, cost estimating, and reporting.
Excellent analytical and mathematical skills to handle project costs.
Solid leadership and team working skills to ensure each team member performs best in a project to produce improved and effective results within strict deadlines.
Good at time management and prioritization of work.
Good knowledge of HSE regulations and building regulations standards.
In-depth understanding of construction, materials, pricing, and industry
Ability to maintain large amount of financial data, and all paperwork in a systematic manner.
Proficiency in using Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point as well as working knowledge of some quantity surveying software such as CostX, Qsplus and Vector8 and cost management applications such as BuildTools, BuilderTrend.
Excellent communication as well as presentation skills to communicate relevant information to stakeholders, clients, management team, and suppliers in a concise manner
Highly articulate and have clear and analytical approach to problem-solving, negotiating, and decision- making skills.
HND in Quantity Surveying (Upper Credit) 2010 - 2012 AuchiPolytechnic, Auchi, Edo State.
OND in Quantity Surveying, 2006 - 2008
Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro, Delta State.
SSCE, Senior Secondary Certificate Examination 1997 - 2005 OTHER CERTIFICATIONS
GENERAL HSE LEVELS 1 & 2 Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria, ISPON 2018
HSE SUPERVISION LEVEL 3 Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria, ISPON 2018 INTERESTS
Reading and writing.
Available on request!