Proster for Eco-MTK

Project

Expansion and reconstruction of the sewage treatment plant in Zamienie. The project concerned the realisation of the electrical and control and instrumentation system for the new technology and infrastructure of the treatment plant.

What was the objective of the project?

The purpose of the project was to expand – to increase the capacity and efficiency of the existing treatment plant and to reconstruct the existing infrastructure of the treatment plant, including the electrical and control and instrumentation systems. The end result was the commissioning of two lines of wastewater treatment in accordance with the investor’s requirements and needs.

What challenges did we face?

The main design challenges encountered during the project are listed below in bullet points:

  1. Very little detail in the project documentation received from the customer,
  2. Replacement at the stage of implementation of wastewater treatment technology equipment. Additional scopes of work resulting from the changes,
  3. Dynamically changing work schedule. Delays in the construction phase,
  4. Major problems with material availability due to the worldwide Covid-19 situation,
  5. Significant increase in material prices during project implementation.

How did we solve the problem?

Solutions to the design challenges are listed below in bullet points:

  1. Analysis of project documentation, redesign of instrumentation documentation, corrections to electrical and control and instrumentation system documentation, execution of as-built documentation,.
  2. Update the project in consultation with equipment suppliers for accurate information,
  3. Constant contact with the General Contractor, updating the work schedule.
    Documenting and reporting the lack of fronts in the area. Redeployment of employees on possible fronts,
  4. Seeking materials from a larger number of domestic and foreign suppliers, agreeing with the General Contractor on new delivery dates,
  5. Search for replacement materials. Design optimisation.

This issue was difficult to deal with due to the very large number of changes in the project and the difficulties associated with Covid-19 - quarantines of employees, sanitation regime, delays in material deliveries. Success could only be achieved by implementing an agile approach to project management, and this approach was possible to implement due to the high competence of employees and their motivation for success

Tomasz Golonka,

Project Office Manager at Proster

What benefits did our solution give the customer?

The benefits of the implemented solutions for the customer are listed below in bullet points:

  • Provide correct and up-to-date project documentation,

  • Customer support on technical issues,

  • Flexibility in the approach to human resource planning,

  • Flexibility towards the customer. Troubleshooting on an ongoing basis,

  • Effective budget management,

  • Double and continuous control of the work performed,

  • Execution of the work within the agreed timeframe,

  • High quality of work performed.

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