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E-730 - Construction Management Training

20 days PL/CONST
  • Young field engineers and supervisors responsible for managing construction activities at site
  • To provide a thorough understanding of the construction activities up to precommissioning, the associated management challenges and control tools
Learning Objectives
  • To evaluate and manage HSE/Security risks on construction site
  • To enhance knowledge of construction activities
  • To develop Construction management skills
  • To monitor and control quality/schedule/costs during construction activities
Ways and means
  • Exercises are proposed to participants for each step of the Construction progress
  • Each step of the course is illustrated by numerous examples taken from actual Oil & Gas construction activities
  • May be validated, on request, as such when all modules have been done
All the modules are independent and may be done separately. Please refer to the training description for more details This course can be delivered in French, with documentation in English

Module 1: Construction Techniques (cf. E-731) 5 days
  • Construction techniques
  • Lifting & handling (special tools and methods), cranes
  • Work at height
  • Equipment erection on site. Scaffolding
  • Civil works, structural steel, equipment layout and foundations
  • Piping connection (welding and weld controls), and installation (erection, pipe-racks, supports)
  • Electrical and Instrumentation. Basics for installation on site
  • Installation of power and instrument cables
  • Painting, insulation works
  • Precommissioning activities
  • Specifics of revamping projects
  • Site visit in Martigues (France)
Module 2: Site Administration (cf. E-732) 5 days
  • Team management
  • Site work organization, roles and responsibilities, organization charts
  • Vendors mobilization/demobilization depending on contracts types. Contract reviews
  • Site control schedule / costs / Insurances
  • Schedule: main field constraints, optimization of detailed construction schedule, validation with subcontractors
  • Cost control: reporting, challenging of change requests, subcontractor productivity control (when appropriate)
  • Construction all risk insurances (CAR)
  • Pre-commissioning/ Commissioning / quality
  • Quality control: interfaces between prefabrication and construction/installation activities. Quality control of work on site, Non conformity reports, technical queries, site instructions
  • Ready for Commissioning (mechanical completion): discipline checklists, categorization and management of punch-list items
Module 3: Safety risk management on the field - HSE (cf. E-733) 5 days
  • HSE Prevention Plan: definition and evaluation of risk, subcontractor organization and training. Preventive action plan
  • HSE Incident Management: Root Cause Analysis of incidents, including Consequence Analysis. Immediate actions
  • Corrective and Preventive actions. Reporting. Communication and crisis management. Experience feedback. Emergency Response Plan
  • Identification and analysis of construction risks: root analysis, electrical risks, wrong gestures and postures, work at height, radio protection, use of gas, lifting and handling, fire, work in confined spaces, defensive driving
Module 4: Offshore Installation (cf. E-734) 5 days
  • Preparation of offshore operations, load-out, quay fitting, dredging
  • Installation operations: offshore, deep offshore. Anchoring, positioning
  • Construction vessels: surveys, diving, ROV, multi-purpose support vessels, heavy lift, pipe lay, tugs, supply boats, Flotels