Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 71

Success Drivers for

Project Management

1
Success Drivers for Project Management

Management by Objective
 Identify project objectives
• Scope, Time & Budget
- Fast - cheap - good - you can have any two
• Develop Measurable Milestones
• Identify Potential Obstacles (Risk Management)
• Set up Communication Protocol with Project Stake holders
• Agree on Decision Authority Level

2
Success Drivers for Project Management

Management by Objective
 Develop Measurable Milestones
• Identify Tangible Milestones
- Scope ,Time and Budget
• Realistic/Reachable Steps
- You can con a sucker into committing to an impossible deadline, but
you cannot con him into meeting it
• Identify Interdependency of Milestones
• Evaluate Team Performance Continuously
- Hold Team building sessions
- Try to Quantify Added Value to Project on a Regular basis
• Give Recognition and Rewards

3
Success Drivers for Project Management

Management by Objective

 Identify Potential Obstacles (Risk Management)


• Develop a Risk Bulletin that includes all project risks such as
- Scope Risk
 Design - Technical, Technology, etc
 Execution
- Schedule Risks - Long Lead items, Weather, Working hours, etc
- Budget Risks - Inflationary Pressures, Material availability, etc.
- Resources - Human Resources, Material, Equipment, etc.
- Political - Local, Regional, Worldwide

4
Success Drivers for Project Management

Management by Objective
 Communication Protocol with Project Stake holders
• Identify communication channels early in the process through:
- Project Organization Charts
- Formal meetings
- Written communiqués (logs, memos, etc.)
• Involve final users early in the process
- Avoid Changes during execution
- Manage the Expectations
- Facilitate Handover

5
Success Drivers for Project Management

Management by Objective
 Agree on Decision Making Authority Level
• One of the main cause of delay in construction projects is timely
decisions
• Authority Matrix must be established early in the process
• Pending Decisions need to be raised to highest level of
Management without hesitation

6
Success Drivers for Project Management

Case Studies

7
Success Drivers for Project Management

Case Study 1
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

8
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

Project Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE


Client: Sorouh Real Estate P.J.S.C.
Services Provided: Project Management and Construction
Supervision
Infrastructure design and installation; Sun and Sky Towers
Construction Value (USD): 2,700,000,000
Commencement Date: Mar 2006
Estimated Completion Date: Mar 2010

9
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

Project Info
Owner Rep Sorouh Real Estate
PM Hill International
Designer RWA
Contractor Arabian Construction Company

10
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

Objectives
 Complete infrastructure, sea walls, land reclamation of a 142 hectare
site

 Power substations, district cooling plants, all roads and 13 bridges

 Design and construct 2 towers (300m, 265m) and coordinate with 120
3rd party developers who purchased land

 Complete infrastructure and two towers hand over Mar 2010 (48
months), with temporary infrastructure facilities to 3rd party developer
within 18 months

11
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

Challenges
 Over 60.000 labors, hundreds of contractors (with 3rd party
developers) that required delivery of materials, flow of labors and
operations of machinery

 Manage all traffic during construction to support infrastructure


components without hindering developers’ access

 Secure areas for labor camps, temporary storage/batching plants


without affecting construction flow and progress

 Define temporary utility supply locations and control the use

12
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

Solutions
 Production rate based on local industry standard were calculated for
each discipline

 Based on production rates, PM calculated number of teams working


simultaneously achieving monthly production

 Plotted from starting point monthly chart with sequencing of work to


visualize the planned production in each area

 Monthly simulation identified clashes, overloads, bottlenecks and


accessibility on site. This allowed adjustments and final monthly
logistical plans with realistic anticipated production rates for the entire
project
13
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

14
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
August 2007

February 2008

15
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
August 2007 – Earthworks & Land Reclamation

16
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
December 2007 – Seawall in Progress

17
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
February 2008 – Roads Earthworks

18
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
July 2009 – Bridges Completed

19
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
July 2009 – Infrastructure Works in Progress

20
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
July 2009 – Closed Canals in Progress

21
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
October 2009 – Iconic Bridge

22
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
November 2009 – More Private Plots in Progress

23
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
November 2009 – Final Road Stages

24
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
December 2007 – Sky & Sun Towers

25
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
March 2008 – Sky & Sun Towers

26
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
July 2008 – Sky & Sun Towers

27
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
September / October 2008 – Sky & Sun Towers

28
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
June 2009 – Sky & Sun Towers

29
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island
December 2009 – Sky & Sun Towers

30
Shams Abu Dhabi Reem Island

31
Success Drivers for Project Management

Case Study 2
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

32
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

Client: Department of Municipal Affairs, Abu Dhabi


Municipality
Location: Abu Dhabi
Site Area: ~500,000 m²
Built up Area : 75,356 m²
Footprint Area : 45,500 m²
over 20,000 worshippers
Project Construction Cost: US $ 665 million

33
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

Objectives
 Build an iconic monumental building
 Allow design changes and maximum flexibility for employer changes
during final design

 Meet schedule completion target of Dec 2008


 Allow material approval process of the highest level

34
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

Challenges
 Phase 1- straight forward one GC
 Phase 2 created all the challenges with 51 Packages for exterior and
interior finishings

 All awarded work had to be under a lump sum contracts


 Subdivide work into small packages to allow both tendering process while
design continues

 Supervise all phases of Design in concurrence of construction and


installation

 Develop a transparent procurement process, adhere to public tendering


procedures without delaying the required sequencing of packages
35
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

Solutions for Phase 2


 Separate committee for all approvals on the project was created

 Dedicated PM team to manage procurement, design and construction


supervision

 Awarded General Contractor (GC) for civil works, site management


with allocated sums for all exterior and interior finishings as design
was not completed

 GC allowed to participate on released packages to encourage


competitiveness

36
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

 Phase 1 - Civil Works & Structure

 Phase 2 - Exterior Cladding & Interior Finishing

37
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 1 - Civil Works & Structure
Design & Tender 1990-1996 Owner Rep Abu Dhabi Public Works Department
Construction 1996-2001 PM Hill International
Designer Tractabel
Contractor Impregilio
Concrete 120.000 m3
Steel 33.000 tons

Phase 2 - Exterior Cladding & Interior Finishing


Design & Tender 2002-2008 Owner Rep - Abu Dhabi Public Works Department
Execution 2002-2008 Designer - Six Construct Co
Contractor - Fantini Mosaicci
- Arabian Construction Co (site
management)
Suppliers - Abu Dhabi Public Works Department
- Six Construct Co
- Fantini Mosaicci
- Arabian Construction Co (site
management)
- Al Mazroui Peiniger Intl
- Al Habtour Engineering Enterprises Co LLC

38
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 2 - Exterior Cladding & Interior Finishing
(continues) - FHL Manufacturing & Trading Co.
Suppliers
I. Kiriakidis Granites and Marbles
- Emirates Electro-Mechanical Industries LLC
- Fibrex Co WLL
- Trade Circle Technical Industries
- Galadari Engineering Ltd.
- Al Hashem Marble
- Alico Industries Ltd
- DK Composites
- Al Baheya Cooperative
- Al Nasser Cooperative
- Haz Marble Industry
- Iznik Tiles & Ceramics Corp
- UMGG (China)
- Alumetal LLC
- Seele
- Folcra Beach
- Premier Composite Tehnologies
- Griffin Graffics
- Shaddan Contracting Establishment

39
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 1 Packages:  Architecture Design
 Management Contract
 General Contractor

Phase 2 Packages:  Interior Design


 Qibla Wall
 Cleaning & Protection of Concrete Work
 Cleaning & Protection of Steel Work
 Courtyard Slabs & Pools
 Install Marble to arcade floor, Columns, Arches, Walls
 Install exterior marble
 Marble supply for Package 6
 Marble supply for Package 7
 Internal finishes to Open and Main Prayer Hall Walls
 Install exterior marble
 Marble supply for Package 6

40
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 2 Packages:  Marble supply for Package 7
 Internal finishes to Open and Main Prayer Hall Walls
(continues)
 MEP
 Supply of Sanitary ware
 External Domes and Ceiling linings
 Glass Reinforced Concrete Works
 Domes, Minarets, Steps, Ladders & Balustrades
 Makrana Marble Processing
 Main Prayer Hall Ceiling Structural Works
 Domes Structural Works
 Ceiling Structural Works (OPH)
 Ceiling Structural Works (MHP & Main Sahan Entrances
 Gold Plated Bronze Work
 Gold Mosaic Finials
 Dome Carving and Sculpture Moulds
 Internal Finishes Main Haram Hall and Entrances-Dome and
Lower part

41
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 2 Packages:  Internal Finishing Main Haram Ceilings

(continues)  Internal Finishes Main Prayer Hall and North and South
Entrances Floor
 Column Cladding in Main Prayer Hall
 GRG Works above Columns in Main Prayer Hall
 Turkish traditional Tile Works
 Combined Finishes Contract
 Finishes to Corner Buildings Ground Floor Ceilings
 Sahan Slab Finishes
 Marble Door Surrounds
 Floral Carved Marble
 VIP Majlis Entrances-Ceiling
 VIP Majlis Entrances-Walls
 VIP Majlis Entrances-Floors
 Main Sahan Entrance Interior Finishes-Domes and Ceilings
 Aluminum Doors and Windows

42
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Phase 2 Packages:  Domes to Ablutions
 Door and Windows
(continues)
 Loose Furniture
 Signage
 External Ceilings Painting
 Main Prayer Hall Carpet
 Open Prayer Halls Carpet
 Chandeliers

43
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
1998 - Piling work for the services tunnels.

44
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
1998 – General View of the Grand Mosque construction site.

45
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
1999 – Concrete work for one of the minarets.

46
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
1999 – Concrete work for the main structure.

47
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2000 – Concrete work for the Main Prayer Hall dome columns.

48
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2000 – General view for the concrete work..

49
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2002 – View from a minaret showing the concrete work for the Main Prayer Hall domes.

50
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2002 – Inside view of the completed Prayer Hall.

51
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2002 – View of the South - West elevation.

52
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2003 – South view showing the completed concrete structure and the surrounding backfilling work.

53
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2004 – View from the Sahan (courtyard) looking West, showing the concrete protection work.

54
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
2005 – View from the Sahan looking West showing the scaffolding for the domes construction.

55
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
The central chandelier, currently the biggest in the world is 15mtrs high, 24 karat gold plated and covered with
Swarovski STRAUSS Crystals. It weighs 15 tonnes and has a dish diameter of 10mtrs.

56
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Internal view of the Main Prayer Hall main entrance,
General view of one of the secondary prayer halls. showing the 3D handmade flowers
on a white marble background.

57
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Internal view of the Main Prayer Hall main entrance, showing the 3D handmade flowers on a white marble
background.

58
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Internal view of the Main Prayer Hall north entrance, showing the nice Marmorino finish.

59
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi
Indirect lighting is used nearly everywhere inside the Mosque to create a quiet and peaceful atmosphere.

60
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

61
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

62
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

63
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

64
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

65
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

66
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

67
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

68
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

69
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

70
Sheikh Zayed Mosque - Abu Dhabi

THANK YOU

71