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The best practice of Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is rapidly gaining momentum in the capital projects industry. This article explains the benefits of an AWP framework and how, when combined with the right digital solutions, it can help establish a constraint-free Path of Construction.
Emerging technologies are enabling organisations in the capital projects industry to achieve their best Path of Construction through an Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) methodology. AWP aligns owners, contractors and engineers and has them working collaboratively to start a plan backwards from a set end goal. Simply stated, AWP gets the right stuff to the right people at the right time. Those who have adopted an AWP philosophy have seen its value through reduced costs, increased productivity and improved predictability. The challenge that remains is deciding which digital tools can best support this breakthrough work methodology.
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