2014 CII Annual Conference - Construction Industry Institute

Report
AIM for Work Packaging Success
Implementation Session:
Panel Facilitator - Ray Topping, Fiatech
Panel – Subject Matter Experts from AIM
Project Presenter - Jim Kinter, Zachry
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
310
Safety & Logistics
1-2
Grand Ballroom
312
5-6
3-4
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
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Learning Objectives:
• Highlights for productivity, cost and schedule gains
• Valuable insights into implementing Advanced Work Packaging.
• Tactical implementation tips
• Meet Work Packaging SMEs from the AIM project
• Q&A Session to get answers to your questions
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
AIM, Advanced Workface Packaging
Information Management
CII RT 272
Fiatech AIM Project
2014 CII Annual Conference
CII Identified AWP Potential
• Up to 25% increase in productivity
• Reduction in TIC of 4-10%
• Increased Predictability / Visibility
• Safety Benefits
Identified Barrier
Data Provisioning
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
FIATECH’S AIM PROJECT
• Framework for contractually specified information
mapping requirements and deliverables.
AIM for Work Packaging Success
• Implementation guidelines with exhibits (data
Fiatech
Jim Kinter. Zachry
exchange examples, relationship swim lanes and
information resource pools)
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Fiatech AIM Project
Participants
2014 CII Annual Conference
Martin Swaine – Shell
Mark Shively – Shell
Terry Erhart – Hatch
Bill O’Brien – U of Texas, Austin
Ted Blackmon – Construct-X
Reg Hunter – FIATECH
Jen Rizzo – AVEVA
Moussa Konate - AVEVA
Mike Mosley – Zachry
John Corzo – Zachry
Todd Sutton – Zachry
Dan Slade – Jacobs
Adam Carlson – Jacobs
Dale Adcox – Jacobs
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Deborah McNeil – Dow
T.A. Madhivanan – Dow
Lawrence Dowe – Chevron
Angela Spadafino – Chevron
Eric Crivella – Bentley
Robin Mikaelsson – Bentley
Don Gibson – Black & Vetch
Dan Macek – Black & Vetch
Judy Veatch – Black & Vetch
John Fish – Ford, Bacon
&Davis
Kathryn Lust – Mustang
Lorna Shipp – Mustang
Russ Parkin – HAL, Inc.
Stephane Levesque – Hatch
Saquib Haroon – Hatch
Workface Planning (WFP) Approach With AIM
AWP
&
Project Data
Contracts Specify
AWP and Requisite
Project Data As
Deliverables
People, Work
Process and
Technology are
Aligned for AWP
Consolidated and
Validated BOM/MTO is
Fed to IT Tools to
Support AWP
Works Packs Remain
Agile and Sync’ed with
Engineering Revisions
AWP is Realized Providing Improved Productivity, Predictability & Safety
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Subject Matter Expert Panel from the AIM project
Panel Facilitator – Ray Topping, Fiatech Director
• Sean Pellegrino – Chevron
• Ted Blackmon, Construct-X
• Robin Mikaelsson, Bentley
• Mike Mosley, Zachry
• Jim Kinter, Zachry
Followed by Questions & Answer Session
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Implementation
Work Packaging reduction to practice
• Existing solution
• Engineering
experienced with previous solutions
AIM for Work
Packaging Success
Fiatech
• Expedited
Jim Kinter. Zachry
2014 CII Annual Conference
timeframe
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Case Study
• Recipe for failure?
• New client
AIM for Work Packaging Success
• Engineer new to WP
Fiatech
Jim Kinter. Zachry
• Planners?
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Demonstration
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Lessons Learned
• Don’t underestimate the…
• Vendor, Partner, Engineer engagement
AIM for Work Packaging Success
Fiatech
Jim Kinter. Zachry
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Sean Pellegrino- Chevron
Role – Construction Management Center of Expertise - Lead
• Craft Productivity Expertise
• Construction/Fabrication Management Expertise
• Champion for Implementation of WFP/AWP
• Member RT-272, Co-Chair Phase 1
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Sean Pellegrino- Chevron
Approach & Expectations
• Setting projects up for success in delivering WFP/AWP;
• Consistent application of appropriate WFP/AWP processes, technology
and resources on projects;
• Developing the organizational capability to successfully implement and
sustain WFP/AWP both from an owner and contractor’s perspectives;
• Establishment of data quality and seamless integrated project controls
protocols required for successful WFP/AWP execution.
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Ted Blackmon – Construct-X
Role – President & CEO
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Industry Thought Leader for AWP
Expertise Spanning People, Process & Technology
Practical Experience in AWP Implementations Over a 13 Year Period
Technical Lead for the AIM Project
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED
Ted Blackmon
– Construct-X
OR INTERESTED?
Champion’s Perspective
• Define Requirements to Support Construction and Turnover Packages as
Project Data Deliverables
• Installation Work Packages – It’s Been Years of Hearing … “We Don’t Do
That”.
• Industry Needs to Clarify:
• Constructors Role
• EPCs Role
• Owner’s Role
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Robin Mikaelsson – Bentley Systems Inc.
Role – Senior Construction Consultant
• Highly experienced in WorkFace Planning implementations
• Member of core group that developed original WFP model
• Member CII Committee for WFP/AWP and COAA WFP/AWP
• 20+ years in the construction industry
• Started as a tradesman
• Worked as WFP manager on many major industrial projects from 3million
to 20billion
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Robin Mikaelsson – Bentley Systems Inc.
Technology Expert
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Clear detailed “Requirements” list for WFP/AWP Data
Outline the technology requirements for efficient WFP/AWP
Understanding of data timing and cause and effect of to soon/late
Appropriate organizational data owners
Drive the understanding of the EWP/CWP/IWP hierarchy
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Mike Mosley
Role – Director, Project Management Processes
• Cost & Earned Value
• Planning & Scheduling
• Document Management
• Subcontract Management
• Member – Fiatech AIM Team
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED
Mike Mosley
– Zachry
OR INTERESTED?
Experience - Support and Challenges Remain
• Strong process for detailed planning, similar to AWP
• EPC project range across a number of major engineers
• Technology challenges
• Challenges with consistency and level of detail (extent of modeling, black
boxes)
• Project management support and follow-thru is inconsistent
• Data integrity
• Data accessibility
• Project management support and follow-thru is inconsistent
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Recommendations, Tactical Implementation Tips
• Use the Fiatech AIM project’s approaches to data definition
• Define your metrics and success criteria early
• Take a holistic view
• Data requirements from cradle to grave
• Define your data flowdowns, progressing procedures, and cost code
structures as early as possible
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Q&A
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
COMMITTED OR INTERESTED?
Contact Information
• Reg Hunter – FIATECH AIM Project Staff Support
[email protected]
• Ray Topping – FIATECH – Director
[email protected]
• Ted Blackmon – Construct-X
[email protected]
• Sean Pellegrino – Chevron
[email protected]
• Robin Mikaelsson – Bentley
[email protected]
• Mike Mosley – Zachry
[email protected]
• Jim Kinter – Zachry
[email protected]
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana

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