Did you know emerging industry research shows that throughout the life cycle of a project turnaround, only 33-45 percent of each work hour is spent on task? Approximately one-half to two-thirds of each day is [...]
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As we discussed in part one of our three-part series covering Materials Management, the negative impact of inefficiently managing your materials directly impacts your ability to sustainably predict project schedule and budget outcomes.
Sometimes there is only one degree difference between first and second place. Turnaround teams often look very similar to each other but go on to achieve very different results. In the case of water, there [...]
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A typical turnaround experiences the following materials management disorganization throughout the project: Disorganized and disjointed team Ineffective and reactive culture Team members are supplied by multiple contractors independent of each other Forward planning is minimal [...]