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O3 Data Advanced Work Packaging
O3’s partner Insight AWP is in the business of implementing work packaging in the field and depends on good quality software to manage the process. Which ultimately relies on good quality data. Insight helps project teams define the data requirements needed to support a healthy Advanced Work Packaging program while O3 leverages the well-organized data...
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By Josh Girvin, O3 Solutions CEO  “Oh yeah, we do AWP” is a very common statement in industrial construction, usually thrown out a split second after an Owner company says they plan to use Advanced Work Packaging on a project. Heads are nodded sagely, and assurances are offered: “No problem at all. We know all about AWP and have been...
Managing data across multiple sources can help the AWP process in many ways. Data management is something that happens on all projects regardless of size or phase. It can range from data entry into different sources such as creating a work package matrix in Excel or compiling the full list of documents in a DMS....
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By Josh Girvin Scalable Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is real and not too expensive to bring meaningful returns on small cap, brownfield projects with a TIC as low as $50k. From $50k to $50B, AWP is the right answer for efficient & safe project execution. If you’re an owner and you aren’t doing scalable AWP...
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By Josh Girvin, O3 CEO During our Annual Planning sessions with CII AWP Leadership, one of the greatest challenges to the adoption of Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) that we identified is the lack of decision-maker buy-in on the business case for implementation. Many project professionals recognize the value in adopting an AWP-based execution strategy, but...
O3, as a SaaS platform, has a new release every two weeks. Here’s a few of our latest tips and tricks that we’ve found our superusers using the most and finding the most helpful. Take a look and shoot us any questions you may have at info@o3.solutions. You can Watch items (eyeball icon) to receive...
It’s abundantly clear that 2020 brought immediate change to all industries and construction was no exception. The biggest systematic change was in the form of how we work on a daily basis. Teams and organizations from Owner Operating Facilities to Engineering, Procurement and Contractor Firms had to find ways to work efficiently and effectively while...
What industrial construction learned this year This year has taught us many things and some we’re still navigating and figuring out. But the biggest impact 2020 has had on industrial construction is the need to go digital now. The pandemic forced companies to make instant decisions on how they would conduct business while working from...
We take a look back at some of the high points from a crazy year. The global pandemic caused extreme change to the entire world, from economic to social institutions. Industrial construction was no exception. Companies were faced with only one option – work remotely. This presented some obvious challenges for our industry, as it’s...
How remote, self-paced education meets today’s unique training needs By: Olfa Hamdi, Co-Founder & CEO of Concord Academy The global COVID-19 pandemic created an unprecedented challenge for capital project organizations: How do you train teams effectively when you can’t gather in person? Earlier this year, Concord introduced an unrivalled solution: self-directed, online training and certification...
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