Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is a construction industry best practice that is employed by project teams globally. AWP is a project delivery methodology that aligns stakeholders on the breakdown and flow of work packages to support the Path of Construction, and maintains that alignment throughout the project lifecycle from concept to commissioning. Engineering Work Packages and Procurement Work Packages are sequenced to support the optimization of construction activities, thereby ensuring that all project deliverables are aligned to support each downstream stakeholder.
Organizations that implement AWP effectively have proven to achieve improvements in project safety, quality, cost, schedule, productivity, and predictability performance.
Get an overview of AWP, including program elements, processes, and benefits that project teams have proven to realize with our complimentary AWP Beginner's Guide.
We work closely with organizations and project teams to develop and deliver bespoke procedures that augment existing workflows. We ensure that the programs we develop fit the needs of your team, while maintaining alignment with the industry best practices of COAA and CII.
Our consultants provide tailored AWP automation support to project teams, throughout the project lifecycle. From technology evaluations to deployment and integration, we provide the right level of support to ensure your team can scale AWP processes with technology that maximizes returns on investment.
Training and Coaching
We deliver training and coaching services on location or remotely. Teams may select from standard training content delivery modules or may request the development and delivery of bespoke training. Our consultants also offer scheduled AWP coaching services, tailored to the needs of the project team.
Advanced Work Packaging necessitates that project teams align their priorities and deliverables to continuously support the next stakeholder in the project lifecycle. Therefore, engineering supports the Path of Construction, delivering work packages in the sequence that construction requires to build. Procurement supports the Path of Construction by aligning Vendor activities and deliverables in a sequence to support construction needs. Construction supports the Path of Completions by completing work to support the priorities defined for system and asset startup. When stakeholders align their workflows toward the completion of defined goals, project outcomes are improved.