Providing value directly to the Engineering and Procurement teams is critical to driving AWP adoption. Forcing Engineering and Procurement to adjust their work process or execution sequence to benefit construction downstream will make the overall project more productive. AWP mature organizations understand, however, that the best path to efficiency is one where every organization actively embraces the process for their own benefit and for the benefit of the overall project.
The Four Levels of AWP Maturity for Engineering
AWP Does Not Benefit Engineering and Procurement
The traditional approach to AWP where engineering uses EWPs to organize their work only provides value downstream to construction by indicating constraints.
Engineering Work Should Be More Agile
Creating an EWP for a team of engineers is not the optimal way to manage engineering and procurement tasks. This work needs to be further broken down into smaller, well-defined packages and daily tasks optimized with an agile approach.
Managing Vendor Data is Complex
Staying on schedule requires the alignment of purchasing activities and engineering deliverables. Managing all of these tasks separately can be time consuming and complex.
Choose from several popular package options.
Collaborative SaaS Environment for Owner, EPC and Suppliers
Vendor Work Packages to Optimize Data Management
Design Work Packages for Planning Work
Agile Sprint Framework to Optimize Daily Activities
Best-in-Class Constraint Management
Status Progress of EWPs, PWPs, DWPs & More
Progress Curves Provide a Fast, Efficient, and Standardized View into Construction
Real-time reporting of KPIs to quickly identify issues