Ibbs_CE167_Lecture 3 - 8/21/2011 Lecture 3 Projects &...

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8/21/2011 1 CE 167 Lecture 3 EPC Industry Characteristics Professor William Ibbs 1 Professor Wil iam Ibbs Lecture 3 Projects & Project Management Project Lifecycle Concept EPC Contracting Procedures Why is it important? How does it affect you? 2 Professor Wil iam Ibbs Level of Influence Concept Professor Wil iam Ibbs 3 High Influence Low Influence Low expenditure High expenditure Result 100% Decreasing Increasin g Influence Expenditures ? ? ? 0% Project Time 0 Engineering / Design Procure / Construct Utilization Cumulative Cost of Project Level of Influence Project Lifecycle Business Planning Conceptual Design Detailed Design Procurement Construction Testing, Start-up & Implementation Operations & Utilization Decommissioning Professor Wil iam Ibbs 4
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8/21/2011 2 Project Development Process Professor Wil iam Ibbs 5 Project Lifecycle Professor Wil iam Ibbs 6 Business Planning Phase o Purpose: Assess feasibility and review concept of facility. o Responsible Party: Owner, Consultant, Project Developer. o Tools: Engineering Economics, Technical Reviews, Market Studies. Professor Wil iam Ibbs 7 Conceptual Design Phase o Purpose: Emphasize architectural concepts; evaluate process alternatives, sizes and orientations; and conduct comparative economic studies. o Responsible Party: Combination of Owner & Architect/Engineer Consultant. o Tools: Conceptual design studies, constructability and value engineering analysis, and parametric cost estimating. Professor Wil iam Ibbs 8
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8/21/2011 3 Conceptual Design Phase Professor Wil iam Ibbs 9 Detailed Design Phase o Purpose: Develop a specific project plan meeting the Owner’s goals and long-term interests. o Responsible Party: Consultant and Owner in some combination. o Tools: Engineering analysis techniques and models, constructability studies and detailed cost comparisons. Professor Wil iam Ibbs 10 Detailed Design Phase Professor Wil iam Ibbs 11 Procurement Phase o Contracting for services and purchasing materials, equipment and engineered systems required for the project. o o Purpose: Establish contractual arrangements for the project. o o Responsible Party: Owner, Construction Manager, General Contractor. o o Tools: For Construction Services, Fixed or Reimbursable Contracts, including a single general contract or multiple prime contractors. For materials, equipment and systems, Owner Furnished Equipment (OFE) procedures. Professor Wil iam Ibbs 12
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8/21/2011 4 Construction Phase o Purpose: Convert plans & specifications into physical structures and facilities. o Responsible Party: Contractors, Contract Administrator, Owner. o Tools: Project Controls, including Cost, Schedule, Quality and Safety. Professor Wil iam Ibbs
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