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E-732 - Upstream Project Construction Site Administration

E-732 - Upstream Project Construction Site Administration

5 days
This course is not scheduled.
Who should attend?


    • Field engineers and supervisors from the upstream sector who are responsible for the overall management of construction site activities.


  • Proficiency
  • This course provides an overview of team management, site control scheduling, cost control, contracts, pre-commissioning, commissioning and quality.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • evaluate and manage construction site risks,
  • apply construction management skills,
  • monitor and control quality, schedule, and costs during construction activities.
Course Content


2 days

  • Site work organization, roles and responsibilities, organization charts, coordination of site supervisors.
  • Communication: purpose and management of periodic meetings, information tools, team-building.
  • Management of site access cards, night shifts, back-to-back rotation, shift handover reports.
  • Vendors mobilization/demobilization depending on contracts types. Contract reviews.
  • Management of individual performance.
  • Relationship with contractors and subcontractors: contracts (lump sum, reimbursable, change-orders), conflicting situations.
  • Relationship with field operations.
  • Reporting: how to prepare synthetic reports.


2 days

  • Schedule: main field constraints, optimization of detailed construction schedule, validation with subcontractors.
  • Contractual progress measurement and reporting. Recovery plan in case of delays.
  • Cost control: reporting, challenging of change requests, subcontractor productivity control (when appropriate).
  • Construction All Risk insurances (CAR).


1 day

  • Quality control: interfaces between prefabrication and construction/installation activities.
  • Quality control of work on site, non-conformity reports, technical queries, site instructions.
  • Material control: organization of warehouse, storage areas, receipt/control of main equipment and bulk material (quality/quantity).
  • ISO-9001 requirements (non-conformances, deviations to construction standards, as-built documentation…).
  • Ready for commissioning (mechanical completion): discipline checklists, categorization and management of punch-list.
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  • Exercises for each step of the construction process,
  • Numerous examples taken from Oil & Gas construction activities.