Upstream Project Construction Management TrainingEPM/CONSTGB

Who should attend?

  • This course provides a thorough understanding of the construction activities, up to precommissioning, the associated management challenges and the control tools needed to succeed in project realization.
Audience :
  • Young field engineers and supervisors responsible for managing construction activities on site.

Level : Proficiency

Course Content

  • Module 1: UPSTREAM PROJECT CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES (E-731)

      • Construction works and their context.
      • Civil and structural works.
      • Electrical works.
      • Structures.
      • Piping.
      • Cathodic protection and painting.
      • Cranes and lifting operations on site.
      • Site visit.
  • Module 2: UPSTREAM PROJECT CONSTRUCTION SITE ADMINISTRATION (E-732)

      • Team management:
      • Site work organization, roles and responsibilities, organization charts.
      • Vendors mobilization/demobilization depending on contract types. Contract reviews.
      • Site control schedule/costs/insurances:
      • Schedule: main field constraints, optimization of the detailed construction schedule.
      • Contractual progress measurement and reporting. Recovery plan in case of delays.
      • Cost control: reporting, change management.
      • Construction All Risk insurances (CAR).
      • Precommissioning/commissioning/quality:
      • Quality control of work on site, non-conformity reports, technical queries, site instructions.
      • Material control: warehouses, storage areas, receipt/control of main equipment and bulk material.
      • Mechanical completion, commissioning and start-up of the facilities.
  • Module 3: UPSTREAM PROJECT CONSTRUCTION HSE MANAGEMENT (E-733)

      • Safety risk management on the field.
      • HSE management.
      • On site HSE.
      • Audits.
      • Hazard identification & risk assessment of maintenance & construction works.
      • Security.
  • Module 4: OFFSHORE O&G PROJECT INSTALLATION (E-734)

      • Development concepts.
      • Contracting matters.
      • Key stakeholders and their role.
      • Organization and operations management.
      • Offshore operations.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • evaluate and manage HSE and security risks on the construction site,
  • manage construction projects with efficient skills,
  • monitor and control quality, schedules, and costs during construction activities.

Ways & Means

  • Exercises for each step of the construction process,
  • Numerous examples taken from Oil & Gas construction activities.