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Title: CII


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CII CMAABest Practices Best Practitioners
  • Wayne A. Crew
  • Director, CII
  • CMAA 2010 Owners Forum
  • Atlanta, GA May 4, 2010

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  • A consortium of leading owners, contractors
    suppliers, and academia working to improve the
    constructed project and the capital investment
    process.
  • An organized research unit of the Cockrell School
    of Engineering at The University of Texas at
    Austin

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History
  • Established as a recommendation from The
    BusinessRoundtable Construction Industry Cost
    Effectiveness (CICE) Project to address
  • construction research
  • fragmentation of the industry
  • Founded in 1983 by 28 companies now over 100
    members.
  • First to bring research to the engineering-constr
    uction world.
  • First owner-contractor-academic research
    collaboration for the constructed project.

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Mission
Purpose
To measurably improve the delivery of capital
facilities.
  • Enhance business effectiveness and
    sustainability of the capital facility life
    cycle
  • Expand the global competitive advantage of its
    members through
  • active involvement and participation
  • effective use of CII research findings, including
    CII Best Practices.

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CII Principles
  • Place a premium on safety, ethics,
    continuousimprovement, and leadership.
  • Owner/contractor member balance.
  • Promote a high level of knowledge transfer.
  • Provide leadership development through member
    participation.
  • High member involvement small professional
    staff.

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Owner Members
Abbott Air Liquide Air Products and
Chemicals Alcoa Ameren American Transmission
Co. Anheuser-Busch InBev Aramco Services Archer
Daniels Midland Barrick Gold BP
America Bristol-Myers Squibb Cargill Chevron CITGO
Petroleum Codelco-Chile ConocoPhillips Constellat
ion Energy DFW International Airport Dow Chemical
DuPont Eastman Chemical Eli Lilly ExxonMobil Glaxo
SmithKline Hovensa International Paper Kaiser
Permanente Marathon Oil NASA Naval Facilities
Engineering Command NOVA Chemicals Occidental
Petroleum Ontario Power Generation Petrobras Praxa
ir Procter Gamble Progress Energy Saudi Basic
Industries Corp (SABIC)
Sasol Technology Shell Global Solutions
US Smithsonian Institution Southern
Company Sunoco Tennessee Valley
Authority TransCanada Corp. U.S. Architect of the
Capitol U.S. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. Dept.
of Commerce/NIST/Building Fire Research
Lab U.S. Dept. of Energy U.S. Dept. of Health
Human Services U.S. Dept. of State U.S. General
Services Administration
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Contractor Members
Aker Solutions Alstom Power AMEC Atkins Faithful
Gould AZCO Baker Concrete Construction Barton
Malow Bateman Engineering Bechtel Group Bentley
Systems BIS Frucon Industrial Svcs. Black
Veatch Bowen Engineering Burns
McDonnell CBI CCC Group CDI Engineering
Solutions CH2M HILL CSA Group
Day Zimmermann Dresser-Rand Company Emerson
Process Mgt. eProject Management Fluor Foster
Wheeler USA Grinaker-LTA/EPC Gross Mechanical
GS E C Hargrove E C Hilti Jacobs JMJ
Associates KBR Lauren E Constructors M. A.
Mortenson McDermott International Mustang Omniware
Oracle USA Parsons Pathfinder Pegasus Global
Holdings R. J. Mycka SB E Constructors The
Shaw Group Siemens Energy SNC-Lavalin Technip URS
Corporation Victaulic Company Walbridge Wanzek
Construction The Weitz Company WorleyParsons Zachr
y Zurich
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Universities involved 1983-2009
  • University of Alabama
  • Arizona State University
  • Auburn University
  • Bucknell University
  • University of California-Berkeley
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Clemson University
  • University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Colorado State University
  • Columbia University
  • East Carolina University
  • University of Florida
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • University of Houston
  • University of Illinois
  • Iowa State University
  • University of Kansas
  • University of Kentucky

University of New Mexico North Carolina State
University North Dakota State University Oklahoma
State University Oregon State University The
Pennsylvania State University University of
Pittsburgh Purdue University Polytechnic
University San Diego State University San Jose
State University Stanford University State
University of New York-Albany Vanderbilt
University Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
State University Texas AM University The
University of Texas at Austin(CII headquarters
founding university) University of
Washington University of Waterloo University of
Wisconsin-Madison Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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CII Knowledge Processes
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  • A world-class leadership program for senior
    executive candidates in the engineering and
    construction industry
  • Program Description
  • This intense custom-designed program offers the
    in-depth knowledge that will allow participants
    to understand and develop the broad range of
    leadership skills needed to realize their
    potential as contenders for the top capital
    facilities positions in their companies. The
    programs innovative curriculum is comprehensive
    and integrated. It will fine-tune the business
    acumen of participants, develop executive skills,
    and enhance their abilities to enrich their
    organizations cultures and drive to
    profitability.
  • The curriculum focuses on how to
  • Enhance executive leadership capabilities and
    strategic business skills.
  • Build collaborative relationships between owners
    and contractors, and with peers across the
    industry.
  • Benchmark on best practices and network with
    leaders from both owner and contractor companies.

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2010 CII Annual ConferenceAugust 3-5, 2010
  • Over 500 Top Industry Attendees
  • Presentations on
  • New CII research
  • CII product implementation case studies
  • New CII Initiatives
  • Professional Development
  • Implementation
  • Benchmarking
  • Other
  • Notable Speakers

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Performance Improvement Workshop Fall 2010
  • Focused on
  • CII Product Implementation
  • Best Practices
  • New Practices
  • Case Studies
  • Networking

Houston, Texas November 8-10, 2010
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Benchmarking Conferences Workshops
  • Essential for implementation of reliable
    benchmarking process.
  • Updates improvements in the online system
  • Explains new metrics and interactive reports
  • Delivers annual training needed to stay in tune
    with improvements
  • Ensures greatest benefit from this valuable CII
    resource.

June 2-3, 2010Abbott Park (Chicago), ILHosted
by Abbott
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Value of Best Practices
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Use of Best Practices
  • Company Level VBP
  • Project Level VBP

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Corporate Culture
  • Culture Actively Supports the Implementation of
    Best Practices?
  • Results of Both Owners and Contractors

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Corporate Culture
  • Culture Actively Supports the Implementation of
    Best Practices?
  • Results of Both Owners and Contractors

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Owners Use of Front End Planning
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Owners Use of Partnering
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Owners Use of Change Management
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Owners Use of Planning for Startup
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Contractors Use of Constructability
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Contractors Use of Planning for Startup
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Capital Projects Leadership
  • McKinsey Co. (1998)
  • The management of capital investment has an
    enormous effect on profitability and
    competitiveness, yet few companies do it
    effectively. We believe that the use of
    evaluation tools, disciplined processes, and best
    practices can help companies trim capital
    spending by up to a quarter without reducing
    capacity or functionality - and improve their
    operating costs and revenues through better
    investment decisions.

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CII CMAA
  • Mission Statement
  • Improve delivery of capital facilities in all
    settings by promoting the professional practice
    of Construction and Program Management in
    conjunction with the broadest possible
    application of recognized industry Best
    Practices.

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Best Practice Best Practitioner
  • CII
  • Dedicated to organizational transformation.
  • Promotes a culture of high-quality execution in
    contractor (architect/engineer companies,
    construction companies) and owner organizations.
  • CMAA
  • Emphasis on individual excellence.
  • Established Certified Construction Manager
    credential.
  • Solid Standards of Practice.

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CII A Legacy of Industry Leadership
  • Total Recordable Incidence Rate (TRIR)

44 Companies Reporting as of July 15, 2009
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CII A Legacy of Industry Leadership
  • Days Away, Restricted, and Transfer (DART) Rate

44 Companies Reporting as of July 15, 2009
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The Legacy Continues
Best Practices Best Practitioners
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Thank you for your attention!
Wayne A. Crew, P.E. Director Construction
Industry Institute 3925 W. Braker Lane
(R4500) Austin, TX 78759-5316 (512) 232
3003 wcrew_at_cii.utexas.edu www.construction-institu
te.org
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