December 2002


Achieve world-class maintenance turnarounds

Incorporate these work processes and key elements

Hayes, P., Fluor Enterprises, Inc.

The foundation for this turnaround work process began in1993 with a small engineering and planning team assigned to a large debottleneck and turnaround (T/A) project for one of industry's leading petrochemical companies. My primary role during this project was to develop and implement various work processes required to plan and execute the T/A portion of the project. Upon successful project completion, we embarked on several other alliance relationships with clients focusing on managing and executing their T/As on an ongoing basis. With all clients, ,there has been one common denominator: need to establish a disciplined

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