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02 Oct
Award Winning Project Manager Team Member of the Year

We are incredibly pleased to congratulate Neha Dodia as the much deserved winner of the Western Australian Chapter; Project Team Member of the Year, as recognised at the 2016 Project Management Achievement Awards. Neha has been an integral member of ACORPP's projects arm and has distinguished herself in a number of ways. Functioning successfully in the role of an Assistant Project Manager, Neha was a tremendous help to all those on her team, taking up responsibility for the following activities:

 

  • Minute taking at ICT/AV coordination meetings, Contractor meetings, Project Control meetings;
  • Preparation of monthly project status report for Project Control meetings;
  • Stakeholder engagement and coordinating stakeholder visits to the site; ensuring correct protocols and OH&S was followed; and
  • Logging of requests for Information and following up of relevant consultants to close out RFI’s in a timely manner.


Not only is Neha a valuable team member who works tirelessly in her role, she is a pleasure to interact with on a personal level as well. Neha’s accurate report keeping and timely response to actions, together with her succinct communication skills allowed the seamless coordination of project stakeholders and in effect, ensured the ultimate success of the project.

We here at ACORPP pride ourselves on reward and recognition where it is due and we are absolutely delighted that Neha’s contribution has been recognised in such a professional and public forum. We wish her the best of luck at the upcoming National PMAA Awards being held in Sydney on Tuesday 18 October 2016.

 

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