Site Management

Report
Site Layout, Deployment Planning and Site
Coordination
Yeong Sok Ming
Productivity Development (Industry) Department
[email protected]
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Disclaimer
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Outline of Presentation:
Productivity through Good Management Practice
• Pre-construction Stage
• Construction Stage
• Post Construction Stage
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Pre-construction Stage
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Pre-Construction Planning
• Site Management
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Early Consideration of Constructability
Conduct Pre-construction Survey of Adjacent Building
Risk Assessment (RA) on Adjacent Building Properties
Planning of space usage to cater for the needs
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Pre-Construction Planning
• Construction Management
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Project Quality Plan (PQP)
Identify key process / critical items
Produce Shop Drawings for Ease of Construction
Planning of Authority Inspections
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Pre-Construction Planning
• Manpower Management
– Briefing to Site Supervisor
– Briefing to Builder / Subcontractors / Sub-subcontractors
– Additional Site Staff for Night-shift Works
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Resource Planning
• Use of project planning tools to allocate resources, manage
manpower eg: Primavera
• Balance resource capacity
• Plan, schedule, and control complex projects
• Allocate best resources and track progress
• Monitor and visualize project performance versus. plan
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Resource Planning:
Before
After
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Buildablity & Constructability
• Design integration of Architectural, Structural and
M&E Design / Details
• More buildablity & constructible elements for better
productivity
• M&E, Architectural and Structural elements
• Construction methods planning
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Constructible Structural Elements:
Structural
• System
Formwork
• Self
Compacting
Concrete
• Precast toilet
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Constructible Architectural Elements:
Architectural
• Screedless
Tiles
• Drywalls
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Constructible MEP Elements
M&E
• Flexible Pipes
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Authorities Inspections
• Inspections should be pre-planned.
• To avoid time wasted on last minute scheduling of
inspections with clients, QP, authorities.
• Study on the preparation for authorities inspections:
eg: BCA, URA, LTA, NEA, PUB
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Resource Planning
• Use of software eg Primavera / MS Project to identify
key process and critical elements
• Effective site management especially storage problem
• Manpower planning and labour efficiency
• Identify process that can be improved and tap on to
CPCF grant eg: MechC Scheme, PIP Scheme
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Resource Management
• Maximise site space usage
Located at MSCP
Part 2
Approximate Area = 985 m² including
temporary storage area and cube room
with courtesy from Kimly Construction
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Resource Management
• Just-in-time / minimum storage
with courtesy from Kimly Construction
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Construction Stage
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Site Management
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Quality Manual in-place
Safety , Health and Environmental Guidelines
Resource tracking includes manpower
Adhere authorities regulatories
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Construction Management
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Compliance with Approved Structural Plans
Compliance with Workmanship Standard
Prepare Monthly Site Inspection Schedule
Detection of Construction Irregularities
Minimise Abortive Construction Works
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Manpower Management
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On-the-job training to enhance skill of workers
Good communications among subcontractors
Rewards and fines for workers
Proper accommodations
Physical health and mental health of workers
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Site Management
• Good Safety, Health and Environment Planning
Safety Management
• Restricted site access
• Storage area is well
compacted & leveled
• Proper planning
• Regular tool box meeting
Accident Prevention
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Safety Provision
Safety Inspection
Safety Training
Safety Innovation
Defects Rectification
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Site Management
• Resource management especially manpower
• Efficient way to monitor manpower
• Use of IT system to replace manual monitoring
Before
After
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Site Management
• Use of Biometric system or RFID at site entrance for
manpower management
with courtesy from Straits Construction
with courtesy from Straits Construction
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Manpower Management
• Importance of Manpower Management: because
workforce is the main asset to project succeed
• Need to take care of them in order to gain their
respect and raise their pride and confidence in you
Courtesy of Dragages
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Manpower Management
• Examples of better working conditions
– To provide a safe , clean and well organized working
environment
• Examples of better housing conditions
– To provide proper workers quarters with, showers,
recreational facilities, canteens.
Courtesy of Dragages
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Manpower Management
• Examples of better living conditions
– Recreational facilities and events
• Examples of better health care
– Workers yearly free health check
– Corporate follow-up on ill health of workers
– Safety and Health Campaign
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Examples of Good Housing Condition
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Examples of Good Housing Condition
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Examples of Good Housing Condition
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Examples of Good Housing Condition
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Examples of Good Recreation Facilities
Gym
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
Mini Mart
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Examples of Good Recreation Facilities
Soccer
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
with courtesy from Dragages Singapore
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Marathon
Post Construction Stage
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Post Construction Stage Planning
• Submission of Certification of Completion of Building
• Check the Completed Building Works
• Collaborate with Architect For TOP/CSC Application
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Post Construction Stage Management:
• Manpower & equipment relocation
• Authority inspections for completion and hand-over
• Admin matters / documents archiving / closing of
accounts
• Productivity data submission to authority
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Thank you
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