The Breakout Program
Take in your choice of 16 sessions in our themed breakout tracks. Each session is one hour long and features sponsored speakers and/or invited guest presenters. The breakout tracks for AWP Conference 2019: London are as follows:
Breakout Session Calendar
Here you will find some high-level information about the selection of breakout sessions for 2019, as it becomes available. More detail (including speaker biographies) will be available on our mobile app, which will be available a little closer to the event.
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Fluor’s Approach to AWP in the EAME Region
Stuart Block, Construction & Fabrication - AWP Manager - Farnborough, Fluor
Autodesk With Special Guest KBR
Autodesk Construction Technology for Advanced Work Packaging
The adoption of Advanced Work Packaging methodologies is on a parallel trajectory to what has happened around BIM after the UK Mandate. Like BIM, changing core project delivery methods to AWP requires a different technical approach. Join Autodesk and KBR in this session to look at the application of Autodesk technology to KBR’s process transformation. In this session we will:
Help you understand that parallels between the UK BIM Mandate and current AWP adoption
Present the Autodesk AWP vision and strategy
Demonstrate how Autodesk Tools extend the value of traditional AWP products
Explore the benefits through a case study presented with KBR
Cody Austin, Technical Solutions Executive (Tech SE), Autodesk
Chuck Mies, Senior Manager, Business Development, Autodesk
Connie McLaughlin, Operations Manager U.S. Construction, KBR
AWP & WFP Approaches for Scaffolding / Access
Rick Dunlap, Vice President Technical Services, BrandSafway
Construction Industry Institute (CII)
CII Construction Performance Research Initiatives
Learn about project performance research initiatives by the Construction Industry Institute (CII). Located at the University of Texas at Austin in the United States, CII (in collaboration with the Construction Owners Association of Alberta [COAA]) developed and published the Advanced Work Packaging model in 2013 and made it an official best practice in 2015.
Michael Pappas, Associate Director, CII
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
AWP Implementation Timeline, Methodology & Successes
The AWP methodology is composed of multiple packaging elements; ranging from EWPs, PWPs, CWPs, and IWPs. The success and benefits of AWP are heavily influenced by the selection and the implementation timing of the different packaging elements. In this session, we will discuss the selection process of the different package elements, their optimal implementation timeline through an E-P-C life cycle, and their interrelationships in realizing the maximum AWP benefit.
Antonio Romero Monteiro, VP of Project Delivery Construction, Maintenance, & Turnarounds, Worley
AWP • Integrated Solutions for Improved Project Delivery
Hear how companies implemented software solutions by Hexagon PPM (formerly Intergraph) and which AWP benefits these companies achieved. You will learn how an overall solution map from 2D/3D, Procurement, Construction, Completions & Commissioning and Project Controls will enable and advance your AWP project delivery – to improve project efficiency and reduce risk.
Maurizio Granata, EMIA Business Development Executive, Digital Transformation - Project Execution and Performance Management, Hexagon Power, Process & Marine
Rapid Engineering Model (REM)
The Rapid Engineering Model (REM) is a radical and disruptive new digital approach to automated design for Highways England, developed by Bryden Wood Technology Ltd with the Smart Motorways Programme (SMP). REM is a digital workflow, rather than a single piece of software, that is digitally driven and collaboratively enabled and means that SMP schemes can be designed automatically much faster than by traditional means. Learn more in this breakout session.
MariaMamoura, Creative Technologies | Director, Bryden Wood
Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC)
A special presentation by invited guest speaker CCC on the topic of Lean Construction.
Zouheir Haddad, CIO Corporate Assets and Risk Management, Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Exxonmobil’s AWP PRojects
A special presentation by a world leader using Advanced Work Packaging on real projects.
Learn more about how AWP has been implemented on past projects and how ExxonMobil is approaching AWP from a global implementation perspective. This is a great Q&A opportunity.
Brian Bade, Project Manager, ExxonMobil
Maximizing the Benefits of Advanced Work Packaging
Maximizing the benefits of AWP requires adjusting the way we deliver projects from concept through commissioning. In order to support a process that touches every major stakeholder, digitalisation and automation is required. But where do you start? Learn how Owner/Operators, EPC firms and Contractors are implementing three AWP best practices that are easy to adopt and provide the most value: Constraint Management, Data Management, and AWP-based Leading Indicators for Project Success.
Josh Girvin, CEO, O3 Solutions
How to Build a Great AWP Experience: A Framework for Success
This presentation will explore the reasons why some AWP programs deliver a high level of success while others fall short of the mark. Want to know what makes an AWP experience truly excellent? We’ll be sharing tips on how to set up an effective AWP program for your organization.
Fernando Espana, President, Construct-X
Excellence is no accident, but better is possible (Shell Tiger AO-4 case study)
In this presentation you’ll learn how on Tiger AO-4, our AWP process enabled pockets of excellence resulting in a successful outcome for the project. However, you’ll also learn that we identified many improvement opportunities related to an undisciplined approach to AWP, that if identified ahead of time, would have enabled a much better outcome.
Martin Swaine, 4D5D Global Delivery Manager, Shell UK
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
AWP – Wood’s Fully Integrated Project Delivery
The presentation provides a summary of the Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) process. The AWP process is a methodical, structured and coded approach to project delivery in an aligned, synchronized and collaborative environment during the life cycle of a project. Other benefits include an enhanced understanding of the project scope and de-risking project execution through the stringent application of constraint management throughout the execution. The presentation describes Wood’s fully integrated project delivery (IPD) embedding the AWP process from the early stages of FEED, through the detail engineering phase and transition to field execution through an efficient predictable delivery of the asset. Example projects that successfully executed AWP are included.
Jacek Morawski, SVP Digital and Technology, Americas - VP of Delivery Assurance, Downstream and Chemicals, Wood
No Presentation in THIS hour.
Advanced Work Packaging & Materials Management
Learn about this expert AWP implementation services company’s approach to Advanced Work Packaging for Materials Management, as practiced with their global clients.
Geoff Ryan, AWP Specialist, Insight-AWP
A Comprehensive Framework for Consistent Alignment Between AWP Stakeholders
Drive better alignment between engineering, construction, and owners by creating an effective AWP framework that establishes an integrated governance structure based on sound AWP contracting strategies, implements robust AWP processes that include deep cross functional collaboration and early stakeholder engagement, and leverages enabling technologies to increase planning capability and attain more optimal solutions.
Lloyd Rankin, Senior AWP Consultant, Group ASI