AWP began as a Workface Planning (WFP), and was initially developed in Canada as an effort to reverse declining field productivity by improving execution planning and efficiency. This concept was then extended into a partnership between the Construction Owners Association of Alberta (COAA) and the Construction Industry Institute (CII).
AWP was recognized as a CII Best Practice in 2015. There is a LOT of information about AWP, so it can be difficult to know where to start. Below, we will focus on the key information sources and most easily accessible information.
The intent for this toolkit is to provide help and guidance for people and companies looking to start their AWP journey. Each deliverable will be structured as a logical, sequential part of the process, and the resulting toolkit will provide a step-by-step guide to AWP implementation and execution.
In this first session, we cover “Learning & Planning” topics including:
We are excited to share that O3 is hosting the next installment of the AWP xChange event series. In this two-hour session, Andrew Foy, O3’s Director of AWP & Construction Excellent, presents the second part of the three-part series that will serve as the foundation for the O3 AWP Implementation Toolkit. In this second session, we will discuss the various elements that we will plan to provide in the AWP Implementation Toolkit – with a focus on the early engineering and planning stages.
These topics will include:
Creating a schedule and estimate to support AWP? Are you just starting your AWP journey? What’s in your toolkit? O3’s free AWP Implementation Toolkit will prepare you for the road ahead, and this is your opportunity to have a say over what goes into it. We’ll share an overview of the toolkit and host a virtual interactive workshop using Mural to gather your thoughts and ideas on the templates, tools, and technology you’ll need along the way. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to provide your input!