October 2008

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Optimizing input of construction needs in front end planning

A new decision-aid tool has been developed by a Construction Industry Institute (CII) research team to give capital project stakeholders a better means for evaluating specific items or project activit..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A new decision-aid tool has been developed by a Construction Industry Institute (CII) research team to give capital project stakeholders a better means for evaluating specific items or project activities requiring early construction input. CII research has identified the value of involving construction input in front end planning (FEP). Under testing, the new product—called the Construction Input Assessment Tool (CIAT)—has demonstrated when and where the FEP method was improved. The organization says that while most CII member companies surveyed use a formal FEP process, many projects lack adequate construction participation during FEP. This results in projects failing to achie

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