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… Workface Planning Most of the value and benefit associated with implementing Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is realized in the construction phase of the project, with the use of Workface Planning (WFP). This is where all the upstream work that the project team has done to assess the best installation sequence and get Engineering &...
TOP 8 DOS AND DONTS OF AWP
… The Top Eight Do’s and Don’ts of AWP Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) implementation is not a one-size-fits-all concept. There are multiple ways to tackle the process, and many companies will take slightly different paths. Fortunately, this is a well-trodden path and lessons have been learned from hundreds of implementations. In this article, we will...
AWP MATURITY
… Advanced Work Packaging Maturity By Andrew Foy, VP of AWP & Construction Excellence Experience is a precious commodity, though as Jimmy Connors pointed out, by the time you get it you are usually too old to do anything about it. Fortunately for most of us, that experience comes across a longer career than most...
AWP VS WFP
… Advanced Work Packaging & Workface Planning By Josh Girvin, O3 Solutions CEO The terms Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) and Workface Planning (WFP) are often used interchangeably on projects, which can lead to confusion. They aren’t the same thing. AWP is the entire process, spanning multiple project phases, typically from FEL2 (Select) to commissioning and...
Project Overview: O3 Solutions partnered with a multi-partner joint venture on an oil and gas giga project to implement Advanced Work Packaging, Workface Planning, and Constraint Management The Challenges: Constraint Management and Reporting Multiple Contractors were reviewing several disparate worksheets for constraints and noting them on a whiteboard. The manual, time-consuming process introduced human errors....
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Watch the below videos to learn more about Advanced Work Packaging solutions for Contractors.
Three ‘No-Brainer’ Reasons Contractors Should Include Software in Their AWP Strategy 1. Improve Consistency Some Contractors take a basic approach to dividing work up, and call it Workface Planning, often to satisfy an Owner requirement. These approaches can be wildly inconsistent, and often don’t take advantage of industry best practices for work packaging. When Contractors...
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