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The Blueprint @ outlines a process that 1) identifies EPC project variables that are important in improving the quality of a specific project, 2) illustrates why and when these variables should be measured, 3) furnishes examples of how to measure these variables, and 4) sugges...
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The Flowchart - depicts the parties involved and the steps needed for implementing @The Blueprint@ process into a project management system. (SP36-2, p. 18)
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The Project Phase Model - provides an overview of the general EPC phases and their major outputs. (SP36-2, p. 19)
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The SIPOC (Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, and Customers) @ is the working level of the Blueprint that shows inputs, activities, and outputs for each EPC phase, as well as generic metrics.@(SP36-2, p. 21)
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The Critical Few Worksheet@@ Organizes the necessary measures and sets targets and responsibility for each.@(SP36-2, p. 29)
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The Quality Evolution Chart (QEC)@@ a tool for the systematic breakdown of general objectives into more specific ones.@(SP36-2, p. 20)
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The Fishbone (Cause and Effect Diagram)@@ facilitates brainstorming of possible causes that produce a specific result. (SP36-2, p. 20)
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For the construction industry to implement the conclusions and recommendations of this task force, it will require active involvement by executive management to bring about a cultural change in terms of risk management philosophies for many larger companies. If these changes a...
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The impacts on construction can be diminished if projects would rely less on insurance and other risk financing arrangements, focusing more on cooperation and loss prevention. Five steps to focus on include: (RS19-1, p.2)Allocating project risks in a manner to avoid duplicatio...
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Five specific changes are detailed within the research that can be implemented by both owners and contractors to reduce the total cost of risk.Construction safety practicesIndemnification by contractors of ownersContractors@ liability for damage caused to owner propertiesConst...
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