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Projects and engineering/industrial operations distress & rescue – what is the ‘smart move’?

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The current global #COVID-19 pandemic and associated shutdowns and lockdowns are having a massive negative impact on economies globally, and on projects and engineering and industrial operations. Many projects (both ‘conventional’ and public-private partnerships) and engineering/industrial operations are finding themselves in distressed conditions and situations, and the key question is quo vadis – where do we go from here? What could be the...

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‘Troubleshooters & Fixers’ – the Engenamic remedy

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Challenges and potential problems are an ever-present reality and ‘come with the territory’ in the engineering, projects and operations environment. How their likelihood is minimised, and how they are handled when they do occur, is therefore vital in minimising their potential impact and in effectively managing or dealing with the outcomes. Making smart moves! Particularly (but not only) relevant now, in the current global economic situation...

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Minimising engineering and project problems and disputes

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I recently commented in the context of ‘troubleshooting and fixing’ that “challenges and potential problems are an ever-present reality and ‘come with the territory’ in the engineering, projects and operations environment. How their likelihood is minimised, and how they are handled when they do occur, is therefore vital in minimising their potential impact and in effectively managing or dealing with the outcomes”. In our professional...

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Structuring projects for success

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Many project and engineering problems are “self-inflicted” through inadequate project and engineering structuring and planning. This is particularly pertinent to complex projects and engineering applications involving infrastructure, systems and product development and implementation, where the complexity of the project and application generally require a very structured, systematic approach in order to succeed. Upfront and early (in the...

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Dispute avoidance as a preferable strategy

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The old adage “prevention is better than cure” is particularly true within the projects and engineering environment. The direct and indirect costs and other implications of disputes and project and engineering problems that occur can be significant. In this context, the avoidance of disputes and problems is generally a preferable strategy to dispute and problem resolution. The avoidance of project and engineering disputes and problems however...

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Expert solutions for lightning safety and lightning protection challenges

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The lightning season that is currently occurring or approaching in many parts of the world, brings lightning safety and lightning protection to “front of mind”. Numerous lightning-related events internationally, including many associated deaths and injuries, highlights the safety and protection risks associated with lightning.  Many applications, including those in mining, oil & gas (petrochemical), airports/aviation and other...

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