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Richard Palczynski

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Crossrail's journey with earned value. Richard Palcynski, Head of Project Controls at Crossrail speaking at Bringing Projects to Life conference #eVa21

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Richard Palczynski

  1. 1. Richard Palczynski Head of Programme Controls, Crossrail Journey Earned Value Our
  2. 2. About me 2 Civil Engineer, ICE, APM and Guild of Programme Controls Fellow Design, Construction, Commercial Management, Project Management, Six Sigma, Programme Management, Programme Controls Big rugby fan, love skiing and triathlon DELIVERY CORPORATE CLIENT DELIVERY Fylde Coast Jubilee Line Extension CTRL (HS1) West Coast Mainline
  3. 3. Programme Overview Crossrail Route
  4. 4. Programme Overview Programme Statistics
  5. 5. Crossrail’s Earned Value journey • How we procured EV • How we implemented EV • How EV has performed and the issues we’ve had • How we’ve evolved EV • What the future of EV looks like for Crossrail 6
  6. 6. Turner & Townsend in InfrastructureHow we procured EV
  7. 7. What did we buy? 8
  8. 8. Turner & Townsend in InfrastructureHow we implemented EV
  9. 9. Implementing EV 10 1. Set clear expectations via the Works Information 2. Published clear processes and templates, and reinforced this with guidance and training 3. Embedded tools and systems 4. Undertaken progressive assurance
  10. 10. Physical % complete (QURR) 11
  11. 11. Period cycle 15
  12. 12. Threading EV through our Board Report
  13. 13. CURRENT ISSUES DELIVERY EARNED VALUE CONTRACT EARNED VALUE CONTRACT PERFORMANCE CONTRUCTION PROGRESS AFCDCDELIVERY PERFORMANCE BUDGET PERFORMANCE Summary Are we within funding? Are we on-time? Appendix CONTRACT ONE PAGER Threading EV through our Board Report
  14. 14. Turner & Townsend in Infrastructure Summary How EV has performed and the issues we’ve had
  15. 15. 5 years on… 19 Why is there a difference? I can’t trust this information? We need to re-baseline We can’t agree with the contractor a new baseline We’ve got to settle aged disputes first 2009 201320112010 2012 201620152014 PRISM G2 goes LIVE. New approach to CONTINGENCY launched Earned Schedule launched Tunnelling completes. Tunnelling contracts are awarded
  16. 16. Issues with EV • Labour intensive • Not accurate enough • Entrenched commercial positions have meant that teams have had to caveat all their EV data with a ‘what if’ analysis • Constant challenge • Lack of understanding as to what it is saying 20
  17. 17. Using EV to compare performance Earned Value displayed comparatively (CCB, SPI, CPI, iEAC)
  18. 18. Accuracy and Extrapolation Benefit
  19. 19. Accuracy and Extrapolation Benefit
  20. 20. Accuracy and Extrapolation Benefit
  21. 21. Turner & Townsend in Infrastructure How we’ve evolved EV
  22. 22. Evolving EV; Understanding schedule 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 £Value Period BCWS (Baseline) ACWP (Actual Cost) BCWP (Earned Value) Earned Sch Actual Time SPI(t) = = 6/7 = 0.85 SV(t) = ES – AT = 6 – 7 = (1) Period delay Earned Schedule (ES) Actual Time (AT) BCWP BCWS SPI = = 50/65 = 0.77 SV = BCWP – BCWS = (£15k)
  23. 23. Substantive EV • Based on PM assessment of TRUE position • Allowed the ‘what if’ analysis to gain some credibility • Provided interim assurance to Programme Directorate • Brought visibility to period- on-period movements
  24. 24. Today… 28 EVSUB has done its job EVA and ES mirror on- the-ground activity We don’t get hung up on EV. We continue to use EV as a guide 2015 2016 2017… ES and EVSUB launched Re-baselined EV causing real doubts We’re retiring EV at 85% complete * * On a case by case basis
  25. 25. Turner & Townsend in InfrastructureWhat the future of EV looks like for Crossrail
  26. 26. The future of EV 30
  27. 27. 31
  28. 28. Sources of information 33
  29. 29. …MOVING LONDON FORWARD

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