Advanced Work Packaging

Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is a process framework for industrial construction projects that facilitates engineering planning to be driven by construction sequencing.%AWP is based on research from the Construction Owners Association of Alberta (COAA) and the Construction Industry Institute (CII) and is officially recognized as a CII Industry Best Practice.

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  • Getting Started

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  • The Autodesk Approach to Advanced Work Packaging1:36

    The Autodesk Approach to Advanced Work Packaging

    It starts with a simple concept: beginning with the end in mind. Work is broken up into distinct packages, and planned accordingly. Technology enables its democratization across the project team.

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  • Advanced Work Packaging (AWP): A More Efficient Construction Workflow

    Advanced Work Packaging (AWP): A More Efficient Construction Workflow

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  • ENR On-Demand: Advanced Work Packaging: Can It Work on My Job?1:01:02

    ENR On-Demand: Advanced Work Packaging: Can It Work on My Job?

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  • Is the Oil & Gas Industry Ready for Digital Transformation? [Infographic]

    Is the Oil & Gas Industry Ready for Digital Transformation? [Infographic]

    An Inside Look at Digitizing the Oil & Gas Industry The oil & gas industry has historically lagged behind other sectors when it comes to digital technology. Many oil & gas companies still rely...

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  • 5 Benefits of Advanced Work Packaging and How to Get Started

    5 Benefits of Advanced Work Packaging and How to Get Started

    As construction projects continue to experience cost and schedule overruns, a better approach to managing and executing projects is needed. The answer? Advanced Work Packaging (AWP). Research...

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  • Autodesk Construction Cloud and the Platform Approach to AWP

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  • Scalable Technology for Scalable Advanced Work Packaging

    Scalable Technology for Scalable Advanced Work Packaging

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  • Digital Transformation for AWP: Autodesk Industrial Construction Update1:01:33

    Digital Transformation for AWP: Autodesk Industrial Construction Update

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  • O3 Solutions

    O3 Solutions

    Work Package Creation and Management

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    Tag and Asset Data Management

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  • iConstruct

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    Model Conditioning and Preparation

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  • BlackSmithSoft

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    Workface Planning

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    Material Readiness

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  • Intelliwave Technologies

    Intelliwave Technologies

    Material and Supply Chain Management

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  • Autodesk University Classes

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  • Using BIM 360 on an Industrial Construction Project

    Using BIM 360 on an Industrial Construction Project

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  • Implementation of Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) on Industrial Projects33:34

    Implementation of Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) on Industrial Projects

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  • How Industrial Construction Can Use Field Mobility | Autodesk University49:52

    How Industrial Construction Can Use Field Mobility | Autodesk University

    Learn how KBR uses BIM 360 workflows on an industrial construction project, including the 3D model, RFI initiation, capturing redlines, quality and control check sheets.

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  • 12 (+1) Reasons Why an EPC Contractor Needs to Move Toward BIM | Autodesk University45:34

    12 (+1) Reasons Why an EPC Contractor Needs to Move Toward BIM | Autodesk University

    Wondering how BIM (Building Information Modeling) can connect engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC)? Discover the manufacturing-like workflows of an EPC contractor.

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  • Other Resources

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  • Scalable AWP Requirements

    Scalable AWP Requirements

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