Minworth is a ﾣ40 million upgrade to the sludge treatment facility that Stantec Treatment are delivering for Severn Trent Water to enhance the production of renewable energy at the site. Digital delivery has been applied extensively to realise benefits and mitigation risks. The presentation will capture these and also quantify other benefits realised through the digital delivery approach.Specifics covered include: 1) project brief and drivers; 2) governance; 3) risk and delivery principles: Minworth Board and workshop; 4) client relationship: kickoff workshop, video blogs from CEOs; 5) DfMA ambition; 6) supply chain and stakeholder engagement; 7) programme and collaboration planning: P6/plan/sigma; 8) digital tools: scanning, VPI, Glue, Synchro, 4D, Field, AV & VR, mobile devices, visualisation; 9) communication and access of data by all, feedback, and tracking; 10) construction and commissioning rehearsals; 11) HAZOP and safe to operate; 12) inspection and test plans; 13) handover experience; 14) realised benefits: cost, cost avoidance, programme, SHEQ, stakeholders, well-being, risk, comparison with other THPs; 15) case study; 16) awards, commendations, and sector papers and articles; 17) future development: asset dand-over; 18) ongoing learning into future projects.
- Sharing experiences of how to apply Digital Delivery aligned to the Future of Construction
- Information Flows between packages and supplimentary applications
- Digital Delivery
- Capturing the benefits realised and the risks mitigated