Without feeling overwhelmed, unqualified, or struggling with what to do next
After all, you already know that a project's success is based on being delivered on-time and on-budget.
You've probably also heard that poor planning and execution of commissioning can cause major delays and huge cost overruns.
You know that you need to start with the end in mind to properly plan and execute all stages of your project, which requires a focus on the commissioning phase of your project.
Even if you're lucky enough to have already been involved with commissioning, learning the complete commissioning process can:
Perhaps you have been involved in commissioning of past projects.
Perhaps you have seen commissioning go well, or you have seen a complete disaster with no organization and poorly commissioned systems that don't really work handed over to the owner.
And you spend each day trying to make sense of what is going on during your project, knowing that there has to be a better way.
But it is nearly impossible to recover the commissioning phase if it is has not been properly planned for and set up for success early in the project.
WIthout a super clear step-by-step commissioning process, most projects fall behind schedule with irreversible delays that cannot be recovered. A lack of clarity on how to execute the commissioning process successfully leaves the project team lost on how to recover.
And here is why this is irreversibly crippling:
As the project pace is already full speed ahead, you literally cannot afford to veer off-course during the commissioning phase of your project. And the moment you get lost during commissioning, it's almost impossible to recover. Therefore, having a detailed plan in advance of commissioning is something you need to get right the first time.
Not all projects plan and execute commissioning correctly. That is why you hear of so many projects that are delayed or over-budget.
Which means there is a golden opportunity for you to learn the commissioning and startup process and jump in to deliver your projects on-time and on-budget. That is if you can avoid the same risky commissioning mistakes that other projects are making.
(AND HOW TO ENSURE YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL)
There are MANY moving parts during commissioning and potential failure points along the way. Each part of the project needs to be properly planned for and this should be done early in the project.
These are just some of the MANY questions you'll have to answer along the way.
Many projects approach commissioning as an after-thought, something that needs to be done at the end of the project to make it work. But the thing is, commissioning can be complex and all parts need to be properly planned to be successful. A smooth execution of commissioning is immensely valuable to the project and owner that when done right can earn you the authority as a commissioning expert.
Time to respect the commissioning phase for what it is - the successful completion of the project on-time and on-budget.
The handover from the construction team to the commissioning team are critical milestones of the project. If not properly planned for and sequenced correctly, the commissioning team will not be set up for success.
Each one of these questions and more must be addressed in order to achieve a successful handover from the construction team to the commissioning team.
Without a clear definition of construction handover milestones and a clear understanding of the handover requirements, the commissioning team will not be set up for the best chance of success to complete the project.
If you start your project with the end in mind, you will have a better chance of completing the project on-time and on-budget. That is the main reason to involve the commissioning team early in the project.
The commissioning team can provide input to the design and construction groups to help align activities with the commissioning phase.
There are benefits to the project by developing the commissioning sequence early in the project:
These are some of the benefits of having the commissioning team involved early in the project.
If the project is started with the end in mind, it can be structured for success right at the beginning before a shovel is even placed in the ground.
Even though projects are commissioned all over the world, they are not always successful.
A few projects will be completed on-time and on-budget, but many will incur delays and cost overruns.
And the main reason for this, as you've likely seen by now, is that it is easy to say that commissioning needs to be done successfully......
..... but the barriers towards ACTUAL SUCCESSFUL EXECUTION of commissioning are fairly high.
But as long as you can avoid the biggest blunders that sink most would-be commissioning teams, the path is paved for you and your commissioning project.
One that allows you to instantly raise your authority on-site, become the trusted commissioning expert, command higher salary/rates, and open opportunities for new and exciting projects.
The key ingredient to all of this is understanding the step-by-step commissioning and startup process.
And with your permission, that's what I'd love to show you how to plan and execute.
With Paul Turner, P. Eng, PMP
I've taken everything I've learned from my last 20+ years of experience managing commissioning of complex systems and multi-billion dollar projects and channeled it into a comprehensive, step-by-step implementation program that not only teaches you the high levels concepts, but also the actual EXECUTION of how you can do the same.
The Mechanical Commissioning: Step by Step Training Program isn't so much a training program as it is an implementation program.
Yes, you'll learn the strategies behind everything you do, but more importantly, you'll have a meticulous step-by-step process to plan all aspects of your commissioning project that leaves nothing out and takes nothing for granted as you implement it.
The end result: An incredible feeling of being prepared in advance of your next commissioning challenge.
The Mechanical Commissioning: Step by Step Training Program is the ONLY program of its kind that…
1. Is built with successful planning and execution in mind.
No filler. No unnecessary information - everything you need to properly plan and execute your mechanical commissioning project.
2. Teaches you the mechanical commissioning process.
With limited commissioning resources online, this course teaches you the structured sequence to plan and execute commissioning.
3. Focus on the details
In commissioning, the smallest details matter. With over 80 detailed checklists provided in the course, you have detailed examples to get you started with your mechanical commissioning project.
So if you’re ready to finally learn the mechanical commissioning and startup process while avoiding the on-site craziness
Having the right people with the right skillsets on your mechanical commissioning team is critical to your success.
Without the right team, you will be overwhelmed and not able to address the complex problems presented during the commissioning process.
The right information at the right time is critical for commissioning.
There are several key documents required by the commissioning team.
Documents need to be created in advance of commissioning to be fully prepared for success.
What are the critical documents to create in advance and how are they used.
Commissioning can be complex and dangerous, and you need to ensure the work is completed safely.
The commissioning team plays a large role in safety at site.
The commissioning process starts during the design and procurement phase of the project. Before equipment leaves the factory, there are tests to complete to identify any issues before being shipped to site.
With a proper focus on Factory Acceptance Testing, issues can be resolved before equipment arrives at site where it is quicker and cheaper to address issues in the manufacturer's factory.
Mechanical Completion is a critical milestone to define for each system. If not planned correctly, this handover process can lead to confusion and delays.
Mechanical Completion is the first stage of on-site commissioning.
Pre-Commissioning must be done thoroughly in order to avoid costly delays during critical path commissioning and startup activities.
Mechanical pre-commissioning ensures that all piping, valves, pumps, instruments are ready for further dry and wet commissioning
Critical path commissioning activities must be planned for in advance, while plans must be flexible enough to accomodate any issues that are encountered during testing.
Mechanical commissioning can be accomplished in many ways and must be planned specifically for your project.
Mechanical startup must take place sequentially as new components are added to the system and started for the first time.
Mechanical startup is the first time that the plant operates for its intended purpose, and must be sequenced methodically to avoid potential issues.
Once commissioning is complete, it is important to give the owner confidence in the new systems and set them up for the best chance of success for continued operation and maintenance of the new systems.
The commissioning team plays an important role in handover to the operations team.
The details of commissioning and startup are captured in the checklists and procedures that you prepare specifically for each piece of equipment. There is lots of documentation to prepare, and I give you a headstart by providing over 80 templates to use to create your own mechanical checklists and procedures specific to your systems.
Some of the mechanical systems included in the course are
The Mechanical Commissioning: Step by Step Training Program is the most comprehensive, step-by-step implementation program for Project Managers, Technicians, or Engineers who are looking to deliver their commissioning project on-time and on-budget.
When you enroll, you will receive lifetime access to all parts of the training and all mechanical lessons, even new lessons as they are added.
If you don't feel totally confident and excited to tackle your next commissioning challenge, simply email [email protected] within 30 days of enrolling and we'll refund you for the course.
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What people asked before signing up for The Mechanical Commissioning: Step by Step Training Program
Everyone needs to start somewhere. If you are technically inclined and can understand design and construction drawings, you will be able to learn the commissioning and startup process. You don't need to be the equipment expert to be part of commissioning, you can have others on your team that are the equipment experts. You just need to be organized and a great communicator to be successful at commissioning.
The mechanical commissioning process is the same for all projects, no matter how large or small. In fact, all projects would benefit from having this same universal process applied to them all. The complexities of each specific system can be accommodated within the same mechanical commissioning process.
Not at all. I fact, some of the best commissioning team members I have worked with in the past have not been Engineers. As long as you are technically inclined and a great communicator, you can be successful as commissioning.
Having the fundamental understanding of the commissioning process will accelerate your on-site learning immensely. Take advantage of my 20+ years of on-site experience and condense that into a few short weeks of learning. This condensed knowledge will give you a clear advantage when you show up at site to continue developing your commissioning skills.
I have 20+ years of experience with commissioning complex systems. Take advantage of my 20+ years of on-site commissioning experience to significantly accelerate your continued on-site learning opportunities.
If after 30 days from enrolling in the course you do not think the information will help you in your commissioning career, send an e-mail to [email protected] and we will issue you a full refund.
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