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The Project Management, Engineering and Construction Department in the Facilities & Infrastructure Directorate within the Operations and Business Principal Directorate has an opening for a Project Controls Analyst. The selected candidate will be responsible for assisting and contributing to development of future and current project controls guidance, work processes, tools, and procedures included in the project controls system, and will develop and provide training, interpret requirements and implement advanced earned value management systems. Using project controls systems such as cost processors, scheduling, and reporting tools, the selected candidate will review production and integrity of cost/schedule/earned value data and will mentor staff on processes for developing this data, and will coordinate baseline changes and ensure integrity of project controls data and compliance with baseline change control processes and procedures. The Project Controls Group encompasses diverse operations supporting various Laboratory programs and organizations. The selected candidate will frequently interact with Laboratory senior management and their diverse organizations to collaborate and obtain consensus. This position will report to the Project Controls Manager.

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In 2005, Cordoba was selected as a Prime Contractor for the District’s New Construction Bond Program. Under this contract we have worked on the Beaudry Supplemental Parking Project, provided data controls for the Central Facilities Management group and program scheduling services for the Project Controls group. We have also provided a Project Manager for Charter Schools Programs for the School Planning and Design Group.

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Members of the AML team are on secondment supporting CH2MHill in the development phase of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project. The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a major new sewer project. On completion, it is expected to help tackle the problem of overflows from the capital's Victorian sewers and protect the River Thames from increasing pollution for at least the next 100 years. Starting in west London, the proposed route for the main tunnel generally follows the route of the River Thames to Limehouse, where it then continues north-east to Abbey Mills Pumping Station near Stratford. There it will be connected to the Lee Tunnel, which will transfer the sewage to Beckton Sewage Treatment Works. The Tunnel is proposed to be between 6.5 and 7.2 metres in diameter, 66 metres underground at its deepest point and 25.1 kilometres (15.6 miles) long - making it one of the largest and deepest tunnels under London. AML have been providing risk management, scheduling, reporting and control services into the project since 2010 and continue to add value as part of the Project Services function, primarily via the Project Controls group.