Project Management in EPC Projects
The typical form of project execution in industrial plant construction and the associated EPC (Engineering – Procurement – Construction) contract structure create enormous project complexity. The contractor acts as general contractor and undertakes to deliver a turnkey plant in accordance with the contractually assured properties (performance data).
The latter provides all the necessary services: The entire engineering work, the procurement or manufacture of all necessary machinery and equipment, assembly on the construction site, as well as commissioning and turnkey handover to the customer.
Due to the resulting large number of interfaces, problems often arise between the areas involved. This results in delays in the schedule, unnecessary consumption of resources, etc.
This training was designed to support employees in changing their mindset in the handling of EPC projects from a technically oriented to an organizational view and to design processes in industrial plant and plant construction companies in a process-optimized manner.
- Typical terms and abbreviations (EP, EPC, EPCC, EPCM, EPS, etc.)
- Contract forms depending on the scope of services and in-depth discussion of the three or four content-related processes in EPC or EPCC projects
- Interfaces and interactions between the processes
- Holistic view of the value chain from engineering to assembly ("Constructabilty") including supply chain management
- Different perspectives of construction companies, investors and plant construction companies
- Contract constellations in the international EPC turnkey business
- Technical, commercial and organizational risks in EPC projects
- Site Manager and Site Supervisors
- Supply Chain Manager
- Project Manager
- Project Team Members
3 days as in-house training and 5 x 0.5 days as online training