One Team

One Team Organization

Schedule Centralization and Consistency:

The Standardization of baseline schedule formats and utilization of scheduling software and experienced analysis to determine where problems exist, allowing action instead of reaction.

Central Point of Project Coordination:

This proposed organization allows for projects to learn from each other in real time. The Program Planning and Implementation Leader immediately oversees the utilization of new process.

Early Opportunity Indentification:

By engaging with the project at an early date, planning allows savings in the time and money through analysis of project objectives and alternate methods of achieving the required final product.

Consistency and Continuity of Project Planning and Implementation:

The Best Practices and lessons learned from previous projects and cascaded through the organization.

Supplemental Asset Utilization:

The Planning and Implementation Leader and Field Manager will know when and where supplemental personnel will be best utilized and when they will be required.

Knowledge Base Utilization:

The Planning and Implementation Leader running a single project and performing daily tasks that can be delegated to second tier personnel. He now can oversee several field operations, better using his overall project knowledge.

Process and Standard Development:

Knowledge of past program procedures and how these activities need to be consistently handled. The process can lead to the development of a best practices standard for the futures.

Lessons Learned Centralization:

The Planning and Implementation Leader will develop a process for completion and distribution of project experience.

Training the Next Generation of Facility Engineers:

Utilization of the knowledge and experienced Field Managers/engineers to follow the process and perform project tasks with oversight to ensure success.