Ravi RamlakhanProject Manager / Senior Consultant
areas of expertise
- Project planning, programming & delivery
- Identification & management of dependencies
- Risk mitigation & issues management
- Stakeholder management
- MBA, Master of Business Administration, Imperial College London
- MSc, Hydraulics & Coastal Engineering, Imperial College London
- BEng, Civil Engineering, Imperical College London
Ravi is an analytical and structured thinker, adept at conducting engineering, financial and commercial analyses, and capable of assimilating complex issues quickly and generating practical solutions. He has excellent leadership, organisational and communication skills, resulting in my being both influential and motivational.
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
Ravi is a Business Graduate and Civil Engineer, who has an MBA and 1st and 2nd degrees in civil engineering from Imperial College. He is also a certified OGC PRINCE2 Practitioner.
Ravi has over 10 years of experience in a senior role with a civil engineering consultancy in Guyana, during which he developed robust project management and consultancy skills. He worked on public sector infrastructure projects funded by organisations such as the World Bank and UK DFID. The consultancy has recently been involved in the creation of internationally accredited sports facilities, for example the national cricket stadium in Guyana (2007 Cricket World Cup).
Ravi has recently deployed my project management skills in the major sports events sector through association with 4 global, a leading sports consultancy. In 2012, he was seconded to the London 2012 Organising Committee, and drove the production of security plans for over 100 Olympic venues. In 2013-14, he project managed the delivery of Operations Readiness Simulations for the Sochi 2014 Organising Committee (Winter Olympic Games).
In engineering and sports sectors, Ravi has contributed meaningfully to the delivery of projects on time and on budget.
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