Good Engineering Practice: Accelerating Project Delivery |
The Covid pandemic taught the industry that the paradigm of typical project durations could be shattered. Good Engineering Practices application is crucial as design, procurement and verification activities are conducted throughout fast-tracked projects.
Stakeholder responsibilities, deliverables and critical requirements must be clearly understood by designers, construction managers, operating companies, suppliers, logistics, purchasing, and CQV very early in the conception of the project. Well understood, efficient decision processes and communication channels must be in place to respond to and manage the constant flow of information and “on the fly” decisions that must be made to support fast tracked projects. The GEP good practice guide was revised in 2022 and identifies the best practices and provides practical examples to assure the success of projects from conceptualization though the C&Q phase.
The session will focus on three areas of the GEP guide, Engineering Quality Process, System Boundary Definition, and Change/Issue Management. While those three areas may not immediately stand out compared to maybe project management practices and system delivery, they still are key for accelerating project delivery.
Small Molecule OpU Lead, Commissioning, Qualification and Validation,
Takeda Pharmaceuticals International AG
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