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Report
Irish Water :Programme Overview
&
Domestic Metering Programme
06th
June ’13
Paul Ahern
Water is used as an essential input for producing many goods and
services across the economy…… but how much do you think?
10
litres
of water to make one sheet of paper
109
litres
of water to make one glass of wine
5990
125 litres
of water to make one apple
litres
of water to make one kg of pork
400000 litres
of water to build a car
Source: www.waterfootprint.org
Water is used as an essential input for producing many goods and
services across the economy…… but how much do you think?
10 litres
40 litres
80 litres
91 litres
water to make one sheet of paper
of water to make one slice of bread
of water per dollar of industrial product
of water to make one pound of plastic
109 litres
125 litres
130 liters
290 litres
of water to make one glass of wine
of water to make one apple
of water to make one cup of coffee
of water to make one kg of potatoes
1300 litres
1700 litres
1000-4000 liters
2500 litres
of water to make one kg of wheat
of water to make one bar of chocolate
of water to make one liter of diesel
of water to make one cotton shirt
5990 litres
10855 litres
15400 litres
17000 litres
of water to make one kg of pork
of water to make one pair of jeans
of water to make one kg of beef
of water for one pair of leather shoes
300000 litres
400000 litres
10m litres
8-15m litres
to produce one ton of steel
of water to build a car
a 100,000 sq. ft multi-storey structure
daily in a microchip mfg plant
Source: www.waterfootprint.org
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Background – The story so far...
“Water
Reform in Ireland”
submitted
Irish Water
assigned to Bord
Gais
“Organisational
Capabilities for Irish
Water”
Submitted
Feb
2012
Nov
2011
Jan
2012
Aug
2011
“Irish Water: Phase
1 Report”
submitted by PWC
to Department
4
12 week Blueprint
& Planning Phase
started
Programme
Mobilisation
Commences
On Boarding
Resources
TODAY
Aug 2012
April
2012
“Irish Water a
low cost low risk solution”
Bord Gais proposal
presentation
to Department
May
2012
Nov 2012
Sep 2012
Project Initiation
Document (PID)
presented to
DECLG
19 Days to
Go - Live
Procurement of Programme
Delivery Services
Irish Water Objectives
• Establish Irish Water as a legal entity and develop a regulatory framework for Irish Water
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
and the water industry
Develop a financial model and funding plan for Irish Water to ensure that it can achieve
self-funding
Establish the Irish Water brand and define how it will engage with Customers
Develop the existing commercial landscape which will become part of Irish Water
Develop the business capabilities required for a water utility to deliver an effective and
efficient service
Establish the organisation structure to support the operating model of Irish Water and
define the employee relations strategy relating to impacted staff
Manage the transition integration approach for DECLG and Local Authority staff into
Irish Water and manage the impact on pensions that may arise from the same
Manage the roll out of meters across the country
Manage the take on of the capital investment plan from the Local Authorities
Develop a strategy to drive efficiencies across the business over time
Develop a strategic plan for Irish Water, looking at the long term goals of the enduring
organisation
5
Projects Overview
Business Capability
1.
2.
3.
4.
Company Establishment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Customer Capability
Work & Asset Management
Support Services
IT Infrastructure
Function Establishment
Organisation Establishment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Org Design & Development
Employee Relations
Transition & Integration of LA & DECLG Staff
Pensions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Corporate Structure
6
Finance
Governance & Regulation
Due Diligence
Commercial & SLA
Customer Engagement & Brand Development
Facilities
Metering
Capital Investment Programme
Strategic Plan for Irish Water
Operations and Business Efficiencies
HSQE
IW – Key Milestones
M1
Launch Day 1
7
M2
Registration and
Metering Day 1
M3
Asset owner &
Asset Manager 1
M4
M5
Billing Day 2
Asset owner & Asset
Manager 2
M6
End State 1
Why BGE ?
1. Low Cost – Low Risk Solution
2. NTP Networks Transformation Project
• New way of Working
• Asset Centric
• Mobile
• Field Based
• Planned / Scheduled Work
3. WAM Work and Asset Management / Field Mobilisation
• New Processes & Systems
• GE Smallworld GIS / Click Schedule / Syclo / Maximo
4. Customer Capability
• Billing
• Call Centre
How BGE / IW Execute
Work
Data Capture / Fault Codes /
Field worker can Suspend
active work, for example to
attend to an emergency job
Meter Reads / Calibrations / etc.
• Labour & Materials actuals
• Schedule of rates
• Raise new work
• Asset updates
Completion
/
Partial Completion
Integrated
Barcode Scanner
Integrated
Camera
Execute Work Steps
o Step 1
o Step 2
o Step 3
Completion Data
Status Update &
Timestamp
o Step 4
Maximo
Dispatcher
Received
Status Update
& Timestamp
Status Update
& Timestamp
Status Update
& Timestamp
Begin Work
o Site Setup
o Safety Assessments
Syclo
Reject /
Accept
o Site Inductions
Rejected work may be reassigned by the Dispatcher
On Site
Travel Time
Work Order Completion
Contractor Payments
Asset Updates:
• Commissioning
• Decommissioning
• Asset information
Work Order
Closure
Completed Work
Order
Initiate Work:
• Follow-on work completed
• Follow-on work raised
• Work request raised
Materials actuals to
Inventory
Receipt & QA
of hard copy
Documents
Work
Execution
OPC Integration
for Labour/Time
Notification sent to
Customer / Shipper /
3rd Party
IW Domestic Metering Project –
Regional Approach
BGE will appoint at least 3 and a maximum of 8 economic operators across 8
geographical regions
North-West – 10%
North-East – 11%
County Dublin – 18%
West – 12%
Dublin City – 11%
Midlands – 11%
South-West – 15%
South-East – 11%
11
Irish Water Programme
% Connections per region
Metering Programme Phase I Journey
: The Scope
In Scope
• Installing single concentric (screw-in) water meters with AMR’s in external boundary
boxes to every domestic property in Ireland with the following exceptions
Out of Scope (in Phase 1)
• All properties in apartment
blocks
• All properties in ‘Gated
Communities’
• Any properties in ‘Ghost
Estates’
• Non Domestic
12
Irish Water Programme
• Mixed Non Domestic /Domestic • Defective Supply Pipe
•
•
•
•
•
Use
Private Group Schemes
Public Group Schemes
Back yard Services
Shared Supply
Connection inaccessible
• Derelict
• Under Construction
• Unsuitable Ground
• Low Pressure
• Private Wells
• Works in specialist paving*
IW Metering Programme Phase I
Challenges & Solution
Challenge 1:
• Identifying All of the In Scope
and Out of Scope Properties
Challenge 2:
• Identify which in Scope
properties were suitable for a
Phase 1 Meter Installation
Challenge 3:
• Selecting Suitable properties
and assigning into Efficient
Work Packages
13
Irish Water Programme
Solution 1:
• Local Authority Use of GIS and
GI Data including GeoDirectory
and OSi
• LA Classification 1,2,3,4
Solution 2:
• Local Authorities Pre Installation Survey
• Provision of detailed Survey to
IW based on Geo Building ID
Solution 3:
• Translating LA Survey into IW
Meter Rollout Job Plan type
• LA Survey linked to IW
Connection Point/Premise by
common GeoDirectory Address
Point ID
LA Pre-Survey Cleanse Exercise – Identify In Scope / Out of Scope
Total No. of Premises Premises to Survey
Local Authority
Status
properties
Survey Started
25,352
16,546
65.27%
Carlow
6
1
27
No PreSurvey
Data
Receive
d
PreSurvey
Exercise
Complet
e
Survey
s
Started
Cavan
Clare
Cork City
Cork Co Co
Dublin City
Dun
Laoghaire/Rathdown
Donegal
Fingal
Galway City
Galway Co Co
Kerry
Kildare
Kilkenny
Laois
Leitrim
Limerick City
Limerick Co Co
Longford
Louth
Mayo
Meath
Monaghan
North Tipperary
Offaly
Roscommon
Sligo
South Dublin
South Tipperary
Waterford City
Waterford Co Co
Westmeath
Wexford
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
No Data Received
No Data Received
Survey Started
No Data Received
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
No Data Received
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
No Data Received
No Data Received
Survey Started
Survey Started
Cleanse Complete
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
37,240
61,336
62,242
185,964
259,081
14,440
39,369
44,475
129,199
157,296
38.78%
64.19%
71.45%
69.48%
60.71%
110,818
84,602
76.34%
83,880
80,826
84,609
42,896
35,309
19,669
44,651
57,213
80,869
21,484
21,911
9,872
53.23%
70.79%
95.58%
50.08%
62.06%
50.18%
63,825
20,619
56,209
72,925
75,832
28,345
34,164
33,415
44,969
13,519
37,061
35,387
50,425
11,172
21,776
17,944
70.46%
65.57%
65.93%
48.53%
66.50%
39.41%
63.74%
53.70%
104,612
42,044
25,103
32,533
40,481
73,257
84,057
38,380
18,846
23,407
28,220
47,737
80.35%
91.29%
75.07%
71.95%
69.71%
65.16%
Local Authority Pre-Survey Cleanse Exercise
2
0
32
No PreSurvey
Data
Receive
d
PreSurvey
Exercise
Complet
e
Survey
s
Started
Local Authority
Carlow
Cavan
Clare
Cork City
Cork Co Co
Dublin City
Dun
Laoghaire/Rathdown
Donegal
Fingal
Galway City
Galway Co Co
Kerry
Kildare
Kilkenny
Laois
Leitrim
Limerick City
Limerick Co Co
Longford
Louth
Mayo
Meath
Monaghan
North Tipperary
Offaly
Roscommon
Sligo
South Dublin
South Tipperary
Waterford City
Waterford Co Co
Westmeath
Wexford
Status
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
No Data Received
Survey Started
No Data Received
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Survey Started
Total No. of Premises Premises to Survey
25,357
16,551
65.27%
37,250
14,490
38.90%
61,336
39,369
64.19%
62,242
44,474
71.45%
186,112
129,413
69.54%
259,081
157,298
60.71%
91,003
65,407
71.87%
110,819
84,319
76.09%
83,887
80,848
84,625
42,899
35,339
19,685
27,553
63,862
20,663
56,209
72,925
75,834
28,345
34,170
33,415
34,025
36,043
104,612
42,044
25,104
32,534
40,481
73,263
44,674
52,234
65,945
21,510
21,385
9,897
17,470
44,688
13,585
37,061
35,474
50,427
11,219
21,782
18,303
26,432
33,412
84,032
38,380
18,970
23,407
28,220
47,747
53.25%
64.61%
77.93%
50.14%
60.51%
50.28%
63.41%
69.98%
65.75%
65.93%
48.64%
66.50%
39.58%
63.75%
54.77%
77.68%
92.70%
80.33%
91.29%
75.57%
71.95%
69.71%
65.17%
Local Authority Pre Installation Survey - % Complete
% Complete
WEXFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
KERRY COUNTY COUNCIL
CARLOW COUNTY COUNCIL
NORTH TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
MONAGHAN COUNTY COUNCIL
FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL
LAOIS COUNTY COUNCIL
WESTMEATH COUNTY COUNCIL
LIMERICK COUNTY COUNCIL
KILDARE COUNTY COUNCIL
KILKENNY COUNTY COUNCIL
MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL
CAVAN COUNTY COUNCIL
WICKLOW COUNTY COUNCIL
LONGFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
CORK COUNTY COUNCIL
LEITRIM COUNTY COUNCIL
OFFALY COUNTY COUNCIL
WATERFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
SOUTH TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL
MAYO COUNTY COUNCIL
GALWAY COUNTY COUNCIL
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL
CORK CITY COUNCIL
LOUTH COUNTY COUNCIL
CLARE COUNTY COUNCIL
WATERFORD CITY COUNCIL
Grand Total
42.49%
39.70%
37.31%
36.41%
25.46%
22.67%
19.80%
19.32%
12.89%
11.26%
10.41%
9.92%
9.82%
7.42%
6.56%
6.05%
5.58%
5.47%
4.35%
3.47%
3.08%
1.51%
1.44%
0.86%
0.14%
0.07%
0.03%
0.00%
10.74%
Local Authority Surveys – Details
CARLOW COUNTY COUNCIL
CAVAN COUNTY COUNCIL
CLARE COUNTY COUNCIL
CORK CITY COUNCIL
CORK COUNTY COUNCIL
DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL
FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL
GALWAY COUNTY COUNCIL
KERRY COUNTY COUNCIL
KILDARE COUNTY COUNCIL
KILKENNY COUNTY COUNCIL
LAOIS COUNTY COUNCIL
LEITRIM COUNTY COUNCIL
LIMERICK COUNTY COUNCIL
LONGFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
LOUTH COUNTY COUNCIL
MAYO COUNTY COUNCIL
MEATH COUNTY COUNCIL
MONAGHAN COUNTY COUNCIL
NORTH TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
OFFALY COUNTY COUNCIL
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL
SOUTH TIPPERARY COUNTY COUNCIL
WATERFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
WESTMEATH COUNTY COUNCIL
WEXFORD COUNTY COUNCIL
WICKLOW COUNTY COUNCIL
Grand Total
242 1,092
12
68
11
63
425 1,259
264
2
1,017 2,421
642
1,031
2
4
3,361
274
1,868
20
1,428
1,124
763
524
132
102
114
16
77
909
860
515
279
87
252
185
3,299
6,558
959
25,385
14
1
1
26 7
9
1
8
3
1
1
903
15
5
14
4
94
93
5 2 8
60
9 2 14 1
110 2 6
1,212
2
24
46
60
1,882
1
2
335
1
58
26
30 4 2
95
51
2 1,292
59
2
397
3
115
55 2 1,268
2
212
784 35 3,887 9
23 9
393 3
40
365
861
1
19
402
45 27
151
2
11
286
13
3 71 2
15
1
100
26
3
280
601
11 1
3,089
1,057
3 9
545
76
1
22
76
1
459
3
386
2
71
1
363
28
24
803
117 24 2 30
2 515
9 184 154 1,956 35
35
148
43
476
197 422 18 84 5 4 9,989 2 17 1,543 230 15,330 47
1
41
1
1
2
8
1
3
3
1
1
10 8
4
7
2 22 1,393 51 31
4
26 12
2
2
1
1 3
3
3
1
1
5
108
43
2
14
1
67
4
373
118
54
1
11
173
5 9
11 71 2
149
6
1
22 32
3
54 184 22
211 62 1,562 334 66
1 3,214
16
282
1
60
43 3,879
959
785 14,991
32
257
111 12,607
70 6,117
10
973
992
57
5,234
16
293
11
15
128
29 3,857
35
882
145 2,810
4
66
2,393
4
222
3
379
8 1,288
260 8,256
1,114
1,587 71,322
90
1
1
15
2
1
2
5
10
5
1
1
2
136
Grand Total
Stop Cock found - Install BB at same
location
Stop Cock Found - Location to be
determined
Shared SC - Presumed
Shared SC - Verified
Stop Cock found - Install BB at new
location
25
1
5
87
11
9
12
4
SC Private - Unsurveyable
Nothing Found - Investigation
Required
Other Shared Service
Presumed Location - Investigation
Required
Presumed Service Location - Install
BB at indicated Location
Presumed Service Location - Install
BB at new Location
Presumed Service Location - Location
to be determined
Private Supply
Non Dom Prop - Unmetered
Non Dom Prop - Metered
Existing meter may be useable
Group Scheme Supply
No Property
BB Found - Install BB at same location
BB Found - Location to be determined
BB Private - Unsurveyable
DC from CS - Presumed
DC from CS - Verified
BB Found - Install BB at new location
BB Found - BB may be useable
B/Y Com S - Verified
B/Y Com S - Presumed
(Green columns indicate a boundary box / meter job. Amber indicates meter only job)
6,174
1,419
12
64
7,819
1,356
19,176
641
21,931
9,103
2,237
4,340
551
5,797
888
27
536
5,001
2,844
7,929
982
2,588
1,331
1,019
5,452
20,286
3,045
132,548
Local Authority Survey – Job Plan
18
Irish Water Programme
2.1m Connection Records Created in GIS and integrated
from GIS to Maximo and to C&B – WPRN
• 58
attributes
• 121m
values
• Address
Info
• Spatial
Info
19
Irish Water Programme
Local Authority Survey – Creation of Work Package
20
Irish Water Programme
Creation of Work Package – Using OSI data
21
Irish Water Programme
Creation of Work Package – Adding Small Areas to Work Package
22
Irish Water Programme
Creation of Work Package – Sending Work Package to Maximo
23
Irish Water Programme
Creation of Work Package – Viewing Work packages in GIS
24
Irish Water Programme
25
Irish Water Programme
IW Systems Landscape – End state
Customers
Oracle EBS
Call Centre IVR
Application
Development
Tools
Self-Serve Portal
General Ledger
SharePoint
AutoCAD/
Bentley
GIS
Click
Schedule
Oracle CC&B
P&AA
MS Project
Outage
Management
System
Production
Planning
Systems
Customer Information
Procure to Pay
Receivables
Plant Control
Systems
Engineering
Analysis
and
Modelling
Tools
Billing
Dom
.
Non
Dom
.
Credit &
Collection
s
Complaint
Management
Inventory Mgmt
DSTs
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Maximo
Sourcing &
Contract Mgmt
IT Service
Management
Tools
BI/ Analytics
Information
Management
Tools
Validation/
Estimation/
Editing
Exception
Managemen
t
Meter Reads
Capital
Programmes
Payroll
Syclo Work
Manager
Head-End
HR
26
Workflow
Management
MDM
Comms
Irish Water Programme
Read Schedule
Field Force
Management
Asset
Asset Risk
and Reliability
Operational
Planning
Asset
Condition and
Performance
Supply and
Demand
Forecast
Deterioration
Modelling
Leakage
Analysis /
Water Balance
Sampling
System
SCADA
Supply Chain
Management
Syclo
Inventory
Manager
IW Systems Landscape – End state
Customers
Oracle EBS
Call Centre IVR
Application
Development
Tools
Self-Serve Portal
General Ledger
SharePoint
AutoCAD/
Bentley
GIS
Click
Schedule
Oracle CC&B
P&AA
MS Project
Outage
Management
System
Production
Planning
Systems
Customer Information
Procure to Pay
Receivables
Plant Control
Systems
Engineering
Analysis
and
Modelling
Tools
Billing
Dom
.
Non
Dom
.
Credit &
Collection
s
Complaint
Management
Inventory Mgmt
DSTs
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Maximo
Sourcing &
Contract Mgmt
IT Service
Management
Tools
BI/ Analytics
Information
Management
Tools
Validation/
Estimation/
Editing
Exception
Managemen
t
Meter Reads
Capital
Programmes
Payroll
Syclo Work
Manager
Head-End
HR
27
Workflow
Management
MDM
Comms
Irish Water Programme
Read Schedule
Field Force
Management
Asset
Asset Risk
and Reliability
Operational
Planning
Asset
Condition and
Performance
Supply and
Demand
Forecast
Deterioration
Modelling
Leakage
Analysis /
Water Balance
Sampling
System
SCADA
Supply Chain
Management
Syclo
Inventory
Manager

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