Leading capital project managers understand that getting things done on-time and on-budget means keeping people and teams working together from start to finish. Like the myriad gears inside a Breitling pilot’s watch, the many moving parts in your project need to be precisely aligned or the whole thing grinds to a halt. It’s not easy.
Advanced Work Packaging thoughts and recommendations from industry leaders are compiled in this article.
The challenges faced today by asset-intensive companies demand innovative solutions, including new approaches to standardization.
If you want to succeed, start by clearly defining procedures and guidelines to regulate every stage of the project, from preliminary planning to commissioning and start-up. Use the recommended AWP flowcharts to establish specific execution procedures, and make sure all of it lines up with the contract.
Project office costs are rising, whether the work is completed in-house or contracted out at home or overseas. In this short article, get six strategic ideas for improving productivity around project services and engineering.
Are you looking for technical superiority, or business superiority? When deciding which standardization efforts to sponsor, companies must give more weight to market factors than to technical factors, to improve adoption of the standards decision. That said, technical superiority needs to fit a business case, otherwise it becomes a burden.
A spate of multi-billion-dollar merger and acquisition deals are bringing leading American infrastructure companies together at a phenomenal rate.
Capital project managers are working with Engineering Value Centers now more than ever. How can you build a solid relationship that supports high-quality work?