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    • 1. Bangkok MEGA Bridge Trimester 2007/ 1
    • 2. Group Members
      • Nuttaya R. 4949273
      • Nalinrat P. 4949278
      • Nantana K. 4949279
      • Sompol L. 4949282
      • Supak C. 4949284
    • 3. Agenda
      • Bangkok Mega Bridge
        • Project Background
        • Key Stakeholders
      • VSL Thailand
        • Scope of Work
        • Project Objective Statement (POS)
        • Expected Benefits
      • Project Priority Matrix
      • Major Deliverables and Specifications
      • Major Constraints and Exclusion
      • Major Work Areas, WBS, and Timing
      • Resources
      • Risk Management
      • Major Changes
      • Monitoring and Controlling
    • 4.  
    • 5. Project Background
      • On 29 th May 2000, the project was inaugurated by His Majesty The King.
      • The construction started 18 th February 2003.
      • The official name of the project is ‘Bangkok Mega Bridge’ that is a part of the Industrial Ring Road Project.
    • 6. Project Background
      • The objective of the project is to alleviate traffic congestion resulting from freight transportation…
      • … . by providing a new road and bridge network to link Bangkok Port with..
        • the existing Pu Chao Saming Phrai Road to the South;
        • Suksawat Road to the west; and
        • Rama III to the north.
    • 7. Project Background (Overall)
      • Value: 8.7 billion Baht
      • Specifications:
        • First 2 cable-stayed bridges in Thailand
        • 51 metres high
        • 4.2 kilometres long
        • 7 lanes
        • 2.2 kiometres of elevated ramps
    • 8. Expected Benefits
      • To ease the congestion of commercial traffic in Bangkok
      • To encourage the government sector to accelerate and accomplish public-sector construction and infrastructure developments
    • 9. Project Manager Ministry of Transport Ministry of Finance Local Marine Department People (Near Site) Workers Insurance Company Bangkok Metropolitan Consultant Shipping& Cruise Line Bridge Architect Suppliers Key Stakeholders
    • 10. Owner: Kingdom o f T h a i l a n d, Ministry of Transport, Dept. of Rural Roads
      • Main Contractors
        • TNNS Joint Venture
      • Main Sub-Contractors
        • VSL Thailand
        • Deck Bolting: STP&I
      • Designers
        • Norconsult
        • Mott McDonald
        • Epsilon
      • Engineers
        • Asian Engineering Consultants Ltd
        • Thai Engineering Consultants Jean Muller International
    • 11. VSL Thailand
      • VSL’s Scope of Work
      • Deck lifting
      • Stay cable installation
      • Post tensioning
    • 12.  
    • 13. VSL’s Project Objective Statement (POS)
      • “ To finish lifting 60 concrete decks, installing stay cables, and post-tensioning of Bangkok Mega Bridge within the budget of 445 million Baht
      • by 31 st of May 2006 .”
    • 14. Project Priority Matrix Time Requirement Cost Constrained Enhanced Accepted
    • 15. Major Deliverables
      • Drawings/ Blueprints
      • Main spans building
        • Gantry assembling
        • Deck
          • Concrete pre-casting
          • Delivery on barge
          • Deck lifting
    • 16. Major Deliverables
      • Stay cable installation
        • Erecting tendon
        • Wiring single strand cable
      • Post-tensioning
    • 17. Specifications of Deliverables
      • Unit Concrete Deck
        • 36 metres wide
        • 2.8 metres deep
        • 12 metres long
        • weighing up to 500 tons
        • 60 concrete decks for 2 bridges
      • Single strand installation
        • 2,300 tons of stay cables (6-43 to 6-91 mono-strands)
    • 18. Major Constraints
      • Water Traffic
        • To avoid interfering the water traffic, VSL is allowed only 4 hours for lifting a deck from the barge to the bridge.
    • 19.  
    • 20. Exclusion
      • Not include pavement on road
      • Not include concrete curb and handrail
      • Not include Mechanical & Electrical work
    • 21. Major Work Areas
      • Design drawings
      • Survey work
      • Assemble gantry
      • Cast unit concrete decks
      • Rent Barge
      • Hoist segment
      • Install stay cable
    • 22. Work Break-down Structure (WBS)
    • 23.  
    • 24. Resources
      • Manpower
        • Project manager
        • Civil engineer
        • Heavy lifting engineer
        • Heavy lifting superintendent
        • Stay cable superintendent
        • Post-tensioning superintendent
        • Workers
      • Materials
        • Cables
        • Concrete
        • Steel bars
        • Tendons
        • Metal buffers
      • Equipment
        • Gantry
        • Barge
        • Communication equipment
        • Energy generator
        • Forklift
    • 25. Risks Assessment
      • Methods
      • Technology
      • Suppliers
      • Security & Safety
      • Political
      • Regulatory
      • Requirements
      • Clients
      • Acts of God
      • Dependencies on other projects
      • Contracts
      • Human Resources
      Impact Severity Chance Low High High A B C D E F G H I J K L
    • 26. Risks
      • A. Methods
        • Cables falling down and hurting the workers
        • Unsuccessful method of moving gantry on the bridge surface
        • Wiring snap (Real case)
        • Unable to move a concrete deck from a trolley onto a barge
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Pre-test.
        • Study previous projects.
        • Deal with the supplier.
        • Check the outcomes .
        • Training.
        • Check the neatness of the pathway.
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Swap back to the old-fashioned cabling method.
      • (in the case) Metal sheets are used to cover the pathway and make the smooth surface.
    • 27.  
    • 28. Risks
      • B. Technology
        • Hydraulic pump for lifting equipment is not working.
        • Communication equipment, i.e. walkie-talkies, does not work.
        • Workers do not know how to use the equipment.
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Pre-check and re-check the system.
        • Technician
        • Deal with another supplier for a spare pump or spare walkie-talkies.
        • Training.
        • Spare batteries/ walkie-talkies
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Get the technician to check.
      • Contact the supplier for the spare dealt.
      • Change batteries.
      • Spare walkie-talkies
      • Buy new walkie-talkies.
    • 29. Risks
      • C. Suppliers
        • Late delivery of parts and related materials
        • Lower quality of supplies than required
        • Short supply of materials
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Pre-confirm and pre-check schedules of parts required.
        • Confirm order early.
        • Sign off a contract with the supplier in case of late delivery.
        • Deal with a spare supplier.
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Contact the spare supplier.
      • Fine the supplier for the delay caused to the project.
      • Re-schedule work plan if possible.
      • Claim for a replacement from the supplier.
    • 30. Risks
      • D. Security & Safety
        • Machinery and equipment, e.g. scaffolding
        • Processes
        • Human, e.g. theft, carelessness
        • Short electricity circuit
        • Fire
        • PREVENTIVE PLANS
        • Check specifications.
        • Hold safety meeting.
        • Sign contract with conditions.
        • Safety equipment for workers.
        • Set rules and regulations.
        • Conduct safety training.
        • Extinguisher
        • All-risk Insurance
        • Dealer for a spare generator
      • CONTINGENCY PLANS
      • Claim with suppliers.
      • Call hospitals.
      • First aid materials
      • Claim with insurance company
      • Contact police.
      • Use extinguisher.
      • Call police/ fire fighters.
      • Warning/ Punishment
      • Spare generator
    • 31.  
    • 32.  
    • 33. Risks
      • E. Political
        • Residential Mob
        • Coup De E’tat
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • This is beyond control, so we just keep an eye on the situation if any action is needed, e.g. day-off, to avoid any hazardous situation.
        • Check if it is possible to double employ workers during a short period of time.
      • CONTINGENCY PLANS
      • Inform the impacts caused by the situation to the stakeholders.
      • Re-schedule the work plan.
      • Assign more resources to the work during a period of time in order to finish the work in time.
      • Ask for the postponement of the deadline referring to the situation.
    • 34. Risks
      • F. Regulatory
        • Unable to finish deck lifting within the 4 hours permitted by the Water Transportation Office
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Check and ensure that all related machinery and equipment, e.g. gantry, barge, and trolley, including the process are going smoothly.
        • Skillful boat (for moving barge) driver
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Provide a report of the cause of the delay to the stakeholders.
      • Contact the Water Transportation Office for an additional numbers of 4-hour day(s) may required.
    • 35. Risks
      • G. Requirements
        • Incorrect specifications of equipment and materials
        • Wrong designs
        • Change of requirements
        • Outcomes do not match the designs.
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Study previous projects, reports, and re-check all designs and specifications.
        • Get the third party to check the design.
        • Contract conditions
        • Keep in touch with stakeholders on requirements overtime.
        • Project inspection by the third party.
      • CONTINGENCY PLANS
      • Get a replacement.
      • Stakeholder meeting
      • Re-schedule the work and resource plans.
    • 36. Risks
      • H. Clients
        • Unacceptable outcomes
        • Outcomes do not meet their standard.
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Regularly check with customers regarding their requirements.
        • Go through all requirements and standard needed by customers since the start of the project.
        • Discussion about the requirements and standards
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Meeting with stakeholders and customers.
      • Enhancement of other requirements instead.
      • Worst case, re-do.
    • 37. Risks
      • I. Acts of God
        • Typhoon
        • Earthquake
        • Lightning
        • Rains
        • Flooding
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Weather forecast
        • Discuss with workers in advance regarding this risk.
        • Check if anyone can work overtime if this risk occurs to accelerate the work.
        • Install lightning rods.
        • Wider space for concrete deck casting area
        • List of emergency numbers, e.g. hospital, police, fire fighters, etc.
      • CONTINGENCY PLANS
      • Re-schedule resource and work plan.
      • Report stakeholders about the situation and cause of delay.
      • Evacuate workers to a safer place.
      • Emergency calls
    • 38. Risks
      • J. Dependencies on other projects
        • Delay of completing approach ramps installation
        • Delay of completing pylons installation
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Follow up and co-ordinate with the other projects that we are dependent with.
        • Check if our work can be done simultaneously with the other project.
        • Check available resources from time to time in case the work has been postponed.
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Inform stakeholders about the cause of delay.
      • Claim with the main contractor for the costs of the delay.
      • Re-schedule the work and resource plans.
    • 39. Risks
      • K. Contracts
        • Clauses in agreements allow more flexibilities to clients to change their requirements too much, which leads to higher costs.
        • PREVENTIVE PLANS
        • Set up a law team.
        • Assign a team to check and evaluate the terms and conditions in the agreements, preferably law team.
        • Compare the price quoted and our estimated costs that include exceeding requirements.
      • CONTINGENCY PLANS
      • Stakeholders/ customer meeting, explaining about pros and cons of too exceeding requirements, for example, time consuming and higher budgets.
      • Consult a law firm/ department
    • 40. Risks
      • L. Human Resources
        • Lack of labor during the harvesting season
        • Health problems
        • Worker mob
        • PREVENTIVE
        • PLANS
        • Source some spare workers who are willing to work during the time.
        • Health check-up
        • Communicate with workers and listen to them.
        • Rewarding
        • 24/ 7 work and resource plan
      • CONTINGENCY
      • PLANS
      • Incentives
      • Get spare workers from other sources.
      • Consider what the workers ask for, bring the issues to the stakeholder meeting, and discuss.
      • Compromising
    • 41. Monitoring and Controlling Actual Progress Project Plan VS Variance Corrective Action Requirement Resources/ Cost Schedule Issues Risks
    • 42. Major Changes
      • Method of cable wiring
      • More budgets on incentives for workers during the harvesting season
    • 43. Total Budgets Spent
      • Real Budgets Spent*
        • Deck Lifting 88.5m THB
        • Stay Cable Wiring 198m THB
        • Post-tensioning 155.73m THB
      • Total of 442.23 million Baht
      * Source : K. Yutapol Siewthaisong, the Project Manager of the project, from VSL Thailand.
    • 44.  
    • 45. References & Credits
      • 2Bangkok.com : http://angkor.com/2bangkok/2bangkok/Bridge/wongwein/wongwein.shtml
      • Bureau of Bridges Construction Department of Rural Roads : http://www.bbc.go.th/page_bx.php?cno=466&cid=18
      • Discovery Channel : http://www.discoverychannel.co.uk/machines_and_engineering/megabuilders/bangkokmegabridge/index.shtml
      • Engineering and Training Center : Steps of Industrial Ring Road Bridge Construction. http://www.tumcivil.com/engfanatic/article_gen.php?&article_id=7&p_content=10
      • Industrial Ring Road Bridge : http://pongdej.multiply.com/photos/album/2
      • Structurae : http :// en . structurae . de / structures / data / index . cfm?ID = s0016774
      • Thailand Engineering Journal : Cover Story: Industrial Ring Road Project . Year 59, Vol., 6, November-December 2006.
      • The VSL News Magazine : Issue One 2006. http://www.vsl.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=138&Itemid=257.
      • VSL Thailand : http://www.vsl.com/ and K. Yutapol Siewthaisong, the Project Manager of the project, from VSL Thailand.
    • 46. T H A N K Y O U !