Planning & Executing Project Work at an Existing Operating Facility - Potential Impacts
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Type:  Lessons Learned

Publisher:  U.S. Department of Energy, Y-12 National Security Complex-DOE

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Topics:  Engineering, Construction/Project Management

Executing project work scope in existing operational facilities may change facility conditions to the extent that existing facility and operational requirements are impacted. This could result in changes to facility and operational procedures and methods of operation which, in turn, may impact the projects work execution approach and efficiency.

Lessons Learned: Project planning, including cost and scheduling, for execution of work at existing operating facilities should consider the interim impacts of project modifications to the facility and potential changes in operational requirements.

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