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EPC Project Management - In House
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EPC Project Management - In House
Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) contracts are the Owner’s contract of choice when building complex facilities. If you are starting out as a project manager/project engineer on an EPC contract that has been set up by others, then this workshop is for you. It is all about building your self-confidence in the project management of EPC contracts. Sure, you can read books, take online courses, and build up your knowledge, but in this live workshop, you will learn things you could not have learned at home.
Using lecture, case studies, exercises and discussions the workshop starts out by looking at the project from the Owner’s point of view and then from the EPC Contractor’s (EPCC) team member’s point of view. We look at the early stages of project development, project delivery systems, Request For Proposals, and what the Owner goes through to choose the EPC contractor. For the EPCC, we look at the WBS to develop the work packages, safety and quality requirements, management of the engineering effort, cost control, Earned Value Analysis (EVA), project reporting, procurement, tendering, construction management, contract administration, training, commissioning and start-up and finally closing out of the contracts. The workshop looks at what is needed in the EPC contract for project success.
Who should attend?
The material will be of interest to both the Owner and EPCC project managers and other project personnel. Specifically, project managers new to project management, project engineers, technical people who have been promoted to project management, those looking for direction on their EPC projects, and others who have to manage the day to day project activities.
There is no prerequisite for this course. It functions as a stand-alone course.
- Project Delivery Systems
- Why Owners Choose EPC
- Typical EPC Contract Steps
- EPC Contractor Evaluation
- Case Study: Parametric Estimating
- Exercise: Thought Problem
- Case Study: Working in Groups
- Project Planning and the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Scope Issues
- Developing Scope
- Project Stakeholders
- Risk Analysis
- Case Study: Risk
- Safety Management
- Case Study: Construction Safety
- Project Controls & Scheduling
- Exercise: Examples of Risk
- Exercise: Critical Path Scheduling
- Quality Management
- Resource Planning
- Project Communication
- Project Guidelines
- Decision Making
- Case Study: Escalation
- Discussion: Freight
- Cost Control & Earned Value Analysis (EVA)
- Exercise: Earned Value Analysis (EVA)
- Case Study: The Case of the Unidentified Risks
- Engineering Management
- Case Study: Building Contracts
- Types of Contracts
- Case Study: PO vs. Contract
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- The Bidding Process
- Case Study: Handling Bid Questions
- POs and Contracts
- Case Study: Choice of Contracts
- Construction Management
- Exercise: Prime Contractor
- Tender Document
- Exercise: Evaluating Unit Prices
- Exercise: Premium Portion of Overtime
- Case Study: Sludge Pond
- Special Conditions for Site Contractors
- Contract Administration
- Case Study: Dealing with Claims
- Commissioning Procedures
- Commissioning and Startup
- Wrap Up
Certification / Credits
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand why Owner’s choose EPC, Project Delivery Systems, and EPC Contractor evaluation.
- Maintain project control through an understanding of the critical project relationship of scope, schedule, budget, and resource.
- Build a work breakdown structure for project planning and scoping purposes.
- Quickly develop your project scope for more complete estimates and better cost control.
- Evaluate your project risk issues and how risk affects your project costs.
- Analyze your project status using earned value analysis, which is the preferred method of project progress monitoring.
- Apply the concepts learned to manage changes to the project scope, schedule, budget, and resources.
- Provide project leadership by knowing the Owner’s responsibilities and the EPCC’s responsibilities and using your newly acquired knowledge, determine the best course of action for the project.
- Be proactive in commissioning by integrating the Owner’s responsibilities with the EPCC’s. control your project by understanding and acquiring the information needed for performance monitoring.
- Improve your confidence and leadership by using this base of knowledge to build on.
- Pass the Project Management Association of Canada's (PMAC) Certified EPC Project Manager exam.
Procept Associates Ltd.
Since 1963, Procept (and its subsidiaries) have trained over 1 million people from over 17,000 organizations. We focus on developing competencies in project management, change management, agile management, leadership, business analysis, IT and data management, as well as soft skill...
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