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Adding Intelligence to AWP

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Presented by Chehade Kassouf, Consulting Manager CCT at the AWP 2018 Conference on October 2-3 in Houston, Texas.

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Adding Intelligence to AWP

  1. 1. Slide #Rev. C3D – Intelligent AWP Planning and Management Featuring: Implementation Manager - Chehade Kassouf
  2. 2. Slide #Rev. Agenda 2018-10-10 2 • Why Intelligent AWP is Required? • Adding Intelligence to AWP • Some C3D Features
  3. 3. Slide #Rev. Why Intelligent AWP is Required? 2018-10-10 3
  4. 4. Slide #Rev. Building IWP Challenges • Building IWP manually. • Revisions causes re-definition of IWP’s. • Data from many sources in different formats and levels of granularities. • Challenges for Workface: • Building IWP is time consuming. • Calculations is mainly done outside the system. • Knowing the need to revise the IWP. • Effort to re-build the IWP. 2018-10-10 4
  5. 5. Slide #Rev. Information Transfer Challenges • Handoff of the CWP from engineering to construction is not well managed. • CWP’s have many revisions. • No document transmittal used to manage the handoff. • Challenges for Workface: • As CWP scope can change without notice. Workface team is deprived from effective look-ahead planning. • Working with immature CWP defeat purpose of AWP. 2018-10-10 5
  6. 6. Slide #Rev. Constraints Clearance • When the term constraint is used it usually means only drawings and material. • Systems provide only checkbox for construction constraints clearance. • Challenges for Workface: • Many open IWP’s due to construction constraints. • Visibility on workload on various crews. • This is more challenging when more than one contractor share the same site. 2018-10-10 6
  7. 7. Slide #Rev. What AWP systems cover? • Current AWP systems focus only the permanent work. • Many additional systems are deployed to cover supporting activities. • Challenges for Workface: • More systems means more meetings. • A large foundation for instance, needs excavation, safety barricade, dewatering, scaffolding, compaction. Permanent work cannot start without them. 2018-10-10 7
  8. 8. Slide #Rev. AWP in Construction Language 2018-10-10 8 CWP release •(Drawing and BOM) IWP Release Plan •Scoping, reviews Constraint Removal •Only Drawing and Material Issue IWP •Revision check, Approval, Commit Short Range Planning •Request and Pull material, Execute Only workable ones shall be released to construction The plan should depend on resources and construction capacity Joint constraint removal by engineering and construction Construction needs enough data to assure if work can be finished on time Construction shall be able to report progress, check efficiency, improve performance.
  9. 9. Slide #Rev. Adding Intelligence to AWP 2018-10-10 9
  10. 10. Slide #Rev. A Workface Utopia • Start every construction activity with the readiness of a shutdown activity. • Needed Information: • IFC Drawings without holds. • All Material available. • Safety trained crews. • Access secured. • Supporting activities status. • Budgeted crew composition and man-hours. • Required equipment and their status. • ITP and Forms for QC. • Calculations are done efficiently (budget and actual) • Clear Sequence of Work. • Workload for each crew • In Short add intelligence to AWP 2018-10-10 10
  11. 11. Slide #Rev. Adding Intelligence 2018-10-10 11 Intelligent AWP Front End Loading EDMS Procurement / Material Fabrication Model / Drawings Timesheet / Stores Estimate / Budget Handover and QC Schedule Crews / Equipment Controls the revision of CWP/IWP and all other documents Provide Ex-works dates, current store stock Provide fabrication data and their link to model and drawingsProvide actuals spent on every IWP Provide early the resource required, how efficient the crew Document and assure QC ITP are met Manage all constraints based on sequence. Provide a datum to compare against on progress Workload, Availability
  12. 12. Slide #Rev. Some C3D Features 2018-10-10 12
  13. 13. Slide #Rev. Sample IWP at Short Range Planning • IWP Scope • Budgeted Man-Hours: 1098 • Allowable Duration: 9 Working Days • Needed Man-Power: 12 2018-10-10 13 If More Than 12 Definitely Overrun If Less Than 12 Cannot deliver on-time
  14. 14. Slide #Rev. Sample IWP at Short Range Planning • Link With Schedule: • Parent Activity Allocated Duration: 56 Days. • Allocated Manhours: 18000 MHR. • Needed Man-Power 32. 2018-10-10 14 If More Than 32 No Delays If Less Than 32 Delays will Happen
  15. 15. Slide #Rev. Sample IWP at Short Range Planning 2018-10-10 15 • 3D model and Constraints Management: • Coordination Meeting results update Constraints status. • Paving is delayed. • Support cannot be installed Even if All Material, drawings are available work cannot start
  16. 16. Slide #Rev. Linking to Estimate / Budget • A welding disposition volume compensation contract treats an installation of super complex spool and that of straight run the same. 2018-10-10 16 Relying on contractual BOQ man-hours and not on budgeted man-hours will be mis- leading. IWP man-hours shall be managed by the construction
  17. 17. Slide #Rev. Crew Specialty • Progress shall tangible and objective. • IWP will need various specialties crews. • Structural Steel Crews: • Erection • Alignment and shimming • Bolt tightening 2018-10-10 17 Disregarding this fact, even the total allocated man-hours tally with budget, the job will have overruns. IWP will be complemented by work orders to assign the proper job to the right crew
  18. 18. Slide #Rev. C3D AWP • CWA Management • CWP Management • IWP Definition • IWP Link to Schedule • IWP Scoping • IWP Reporting • IWP Detailed Planning and Progress 2018-10-10 18
  19. 19. Slide #Rev. CWA Management 2018-10-10 19
  20. 20. Slide #Rev. CWA Fast Logical Scoping 2018-10-10 20
  21. 21. Slide #Rev. CWA as Seen in 3D Model 2018-10-10 21
  22. 22. Slide #Rev. Scoping 3D and Non-3D AWP Components and their BOQ’s 2018-10-10 22
  23. 23. Slide #Rev. IWP Definition 2018-10-10 23
  24. 24. Slide #Rev. IWP Scoping 2018-10-10 24
  25. 25. Slide #Rev. IWP Scoping via 3D 2018-10-10 25
  26. 26. Slide #Rev. IWP Scoping via BOQ 2018-10-10 26
  27. 27. Slide #Rev. Link with Schedule 2018-10-10 27
  28. 28. Slide #Rev. IWP Link with Schedule 2018-10-10 28
  29. 29. Slide #Rev. IWP detailed Planning 2018-10-10 29
  30. 30. Slide #Rev. IWP Planning at lowest level 2018-10-10 30
  31. 31. Slide #Rev. IWP Constraints 2018-10-10 31
  32. 32. Slide #Rev. IWP Constraint Clearing via Front End Loading 2018-10-10 32
  33. 33. Slide #Rev. IWP Printable Report 2018-10-10 33
  34. 34. Slide #Rev. Samples 2018-10-10 34
  35. 35. Slide #Rev. Samples 2018-10-10 35
  36. 36. Slide #Rev. Samples 2018-10-10 36
  37. 37. Slide #Rev. Q & A Question and Answer Period 2018-10-10 37
  38. 38. Thank You! awpconference.com 2018-10-10 38

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