Strategic Planning and Management of Offshore Installation, Hook-up and Commissioning
Gain strategies of effectively managing offshore hook up and commissioning projects
Offshore Installation and Hook-up is the final project phase. The hook-up and commission of the topside facilities occurs after the installation design, fabrication, installation phases are complete. The hook-up and commissioning immediately start when the facilities modules are installed on the support structure, and ends when the working platform is transferred from the project team to the operating team. While project managers attempt to minimize the extent of the costly offshore work, offshore hook-up and commission is a significant part of the whole project accounting for 25% of the total project cost and 25% of the total project duration.
This seminar will introduce a best planning and management practices for hook-up and commissioning used successfully in offshore installations throughout the world. In addition to lectures, video and published case studies will focus the attendees on a number of important areas in hook-up and management aspects that contribute to the successful project completion.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, you will be able to:
SUCCESSFULLY ORGANIZE of Hook-up and Commissioning covering the four project phases- Planning, Preparations, Execution, and Documentation.
IDENTIFY key schedule and budget issues using case studies of multi-module large projects.
IDENTIFY project areas where the project manager can reduce schedule and budget overruns.
UNDERSTAND continuous improvement ycle Approach -Analyze the project problems, improve, and use better follow-on actions
Who Should Attend
This course is specially tailored for those professionals involved in the commissioning process. Potential participants are Head of Departments, Senior Managers, Managers, Supervisors, Engineers and Technicians of the following departments: