Bangkok Mega Bridge Project Management 2007

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Information about Bangkok Mega Bridge Project Management 2007

Published on October 15, 2007

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Project presentation on Bangkok Mega Bridge project management

Bangkok MEGA Bridge Trimester 2007/ 1

Group Members Nuttaya R. 4949273 Nalinrat P. 4949278 Nantana K. 4949279 Sompol L. 4949282 Supak C. 4949284

Nuttaya R. 4949273

Nalinrat P. 4949278

Nantana K. 4949279

Sompol L. 4949282

Supak C. 4949284

Agenda Bangkok Mega Bridge Project Background Key Stakeholders VSL Thailand Scope of Work Project Objective Statement (POS) Expected Benefits Project Priority Matrix Major Deliverables and Specifications Major Constraints and Exclusion Major Work Areas, WBS, and Timing Resources Risk Management Major Changes Monitoring and Controlling

Bangkok Mega Bridge

Project Background

Key Stakeholders

VSL Thailand

Scope of Work

Project Objective Statement (POS)

Expected Benefits

Project Priority Matrix

Major Deliverables and Specifications

Major Constraints and Exclusion

Major Work Areas, WBS, and Timing

Resources

Risk Management

Major Changes

Monitoring and Controlling

 

Project Background On 29 th May 2000, the project was inaugurated by His Majesty The King. The construction started 18 th February 2003. The official name of the project is ‘Bangkok Mega Bridge’ that is a part of the Industrial Ring Road Project.

On 29 th May 2000, the project was inaugurated by His Majesty The King.

The construction started 18 th February 2003.

The official name of the project is ‘Bangkok Mega Bridge’ that is a part of the Industrial Ring Road Project.

Project Background The objective of the project is to alleviate traffic congestion resulting from freight transportation… … . by providing a new road and bridge network to link Bangkok Port with.. the existing Pu Chao Saming Phrai Road to the South; Suksawat Road to the west; and Rama III to the north.

The objective of the project is to alleviate traffic congestion resulting from freight transportation…

… . by providing a new road and bridge network to link Bangkok Port with..

the existing Pu Chao Saming Phrai Road to the South;

Suksawat Road to the west; and

Rama III to the north.

Project Background (Overall) Value: 8.7 billion Baht Specifications: First 2 cable-stayed bridges in Thailand 51 metres high 4.2 kilometres long 7 lanes 2.2 kiometres of elevated ramps

Value: 8.7 billion Baht

Specifications:

First 2 cable-stayed bridges in Thailand

51 metres high

4.2 kilometres long

7 lanes

2.2 kiometres of elevated ramps

Expected Benefits To ease the congestion of commercial traffic in Bangkok To encourage the government sector to accelerate and accomplish public-sector construction and infrastructure developments

To ease the congestion of commercial traffic in Bangkok

To encourage the government sector to accelerate and accomplish public-sector construction and infrastructure developments

Project Manager Ministry of Transport Ministry of Finance Local Marine Department People (Near Site) Workers Insurance Company Bangkok Metropolitan Consultant Shipping& Cruise Line Bridge Architect Suppliers Key Stakeholders

Owner: Kingdom o f T h a i l a n d, Ministry of Transport, Dept. of Rural Roads Main Contractors TNNS Joint Venture Main Sub-Contractors VSL Thailand Deck Bolting: STP&I Designers Norconsult Mott McDonald Epsilon Engineers Asian Engineering Consultants Ltd Thai Engineering Consultants Jean Muller International

Main Contractors

TNNS Joint Venture

Main Sub-Contractors

VSL Thailand

Deck Bolting: STP&I

Designers

Norconsult

Mott McDonald

Epsilon

Engineers

Asian Engineering Consultants Ltd

Thai Engineering Consultants Jean Muller International

VSL Thailand VSL’s Scope of Work Deck lifting Stay cable installation Post tensioning

VSL’s Scope of Work

Deck lifting

Stay cable installation

Post tensioning

 

VSL’s Project Objective Statement (POS) “ To finish lifting 60 concrete decks, installing stay cables, and post-tensioning of Bangkok Mega Bridge within the budget of 445 million Baht by 31 st of May 2006 .”

“ To finish lifting 60 concrete decks, installing stay cables, and post-tensioning of Bangkok Mega Bridge within the budget of 445 million Baht

by 31 st of May 2006 .”

Project Priority Matrix Time Requirement Cost Constrained Enhanced Accepted

Major Deliverables Drawings/ Blueprints Main spans building Gantry assembling Deck Concrete pre-casting Delivery on barge Deck lifting

Drawings/ Blueprints

Main spans building

Gantry assembling

Deck

Concrete pre-casting

Delivery on barge

Deck lifting

Major Deliverables Stay cable installation Erecting tendon Wiring single strand cable Post-tensioning

Stay cable installation

Erecting tendon

Wiring single strand cable

Post-tensioning

Specifications of Deliverables Unit Concrete Deck 36 metres wide 2.8 metres deep 12 metres long weighing up to 500 tons 60 concrete decks for 2 bridges Single strand installation 2,300 tons of stay cables (6-43 to 6-91 mono-strands)

Unit Concrete Deck

36 metres wide

2.8 metres deep

12 metres long

weighing up to 500 tons

60 concrete decks for 2 bridges

Single strand installation

2,300 tons of stay cables (6-43 to 6-91 mono-strands)

Major Constraints Water Traffic To avoid interfering the water traffic, VSL is allowed only 4 hours for lifting a deck from the barge to the bridge.

Water Traffic

To avoid interfering the water traffic, VSL is allowed only 4 hours for lifting a deck from the barge to the bridge.

 

Exclusion Not include pavement on road Not include concrete curb and handrail Not include Mechanical & Electrical work

Not include pavement on road

Not include concrete curb and handrail

Not include Mechanical & Electrical work

Major Work Areas Design drawings Survey work Assemble gantry Cast unit concrete decks Rent Barge Hoist segment Install stay cable

Design drawings

Survey work

Assemble gantry

Cast unit concrete decks

Rent Barge

Hoist segment

Install stay cable

Work Break-down Structure (WBS)

 

Resources Manpower Project manager Civil engineer Heavy lifting engineer Heavy lifting superintendent Stay cable superintendent Post-tensioning superintendent Workers Materials Cables Concrete Steel bars Tendons Metal buffers Equipment Gantry Barge Communication equipment Energy generator Forklift

Manpower

Project manager

Civil engineer

Heavy lifting engineer

Heavy lifting superintendent

Stay cable superintendent

Post-tensioning superintendent

Workers

Materials

Cables

Concrete

Steel bars

Tendons

Metal buffers

Equipment

Gantry

Barge

Communication equipment

Energy generator

Forklift

Risks Assessment Methods Technology Suppliers Security & Safety Political Regulatory Requirements Clients Acts of God Dependencies on other projects Contracts Human Resources Impact Severity Chance Low High High A B C D E F G H I J K L

Methods

Technology

Suppliers

Security & Safety

Political

Regulatory

Requirements

Clients

Acts of God

Dependencies on other projects

Contracts

Human Resources

Risks A. Methods Cables falling down and hurting the workers Unsuccessful method of moving gantry on the bridge surface Wiring snap (Real case) Unable to move a concrete deck from a trolley onto a barge PREVENTIVE PLANS Pre-test. Study previous projects. Deal with the supplier. Check the outcomes . Training. Check the neatness of the pathway. CONTINGENCY PLANS Swap back to the old-fashioned cabling method. (in the case) Metal sheets are used to cover the pathway and make the smooth surface.

A. Methods

Cables falling down and hurting the workers

Unsuccessful method of moving gantry on the bridge surface

Wiring snap (Real case)

Unable to move a concrete deck from a trolley onto a barge

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Pre-test.

Study previous projects.

Deal with the supplier.

Check the outcomes .

Training.

Check the neatness of the pathway.

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Swap back to the old-fashioned cabling method.

(in the case) Metal sheets are used to cover the pathway and make the smooth surface.

 

Risks B. Technology Hydraulic pump for lifting equipment is not working. Communication equipment, i.e. walkie-talkies, does not work. Workers do not know how to use the equipment. PREVENTIVE PLANS Pre-check and re-check the system. Technician Deal with another supplier for a spare pump or spare walkie-talkies. Training. Spare batteries/ walkie-talkies CONTINGENCY PLANS Get the technician to check. Contact the supplier for the spare dealt. Change batteries. Spare walkie-talkies Buy new walkie-talkies.

B. Technology

Hydraulic pump for lifting equipment is not working.

Communication equipment, i.e. walkie-talkies, does not work.

Workers do not know how to use the equipment.

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Pre-check and re-check the system.

Technician

Deal with another supplier for a spare pump or spare walkie-talkies.

Training.

Spare batteries/ walkie-talkies

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Get the technician to check.

Contact the supplier for the spare dealt.

Change batteries.

Spare walkie-talkies

Buy new walkie-talkies.

Risks C. Suppliers Late delivery of parts and related materials Lower quality of supplies than required Short supply of materials PREVENTIVE PLANS Pre-confirm and pre-check schedules of parts required. Confirm order early. Sign off a contract with the supplier in case of late delivery. Deal with a spare supplier. CONTINGENCY PLANS Contact the spare supplier. Fine the supplier for the delay caused to the project. Re-schedule work plan if possible. Claim for a replacement from the supplier.

C. Suppliers

Late delivery of parts and related materials

Lower quality of supplies than required

Short supply of materials

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Pre-confirm and pre-check schedules of parts required.

Confirm order early.

Sign off a contract with the supplier in case of late delivery.

Deal with a spare supplier.

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Contact the spare supplier.

Fine the supplier for the delay caused to the project.

Re-schedule work plan if possible.

Claim for a replacement from the supplier.

Risks D. Security & Safety Machinery and equipment, e.g. scaffolding Processes Human, e.g. theft, carelessness Short electricity circuit Fire PREVENTIVE PLANS Check specifications. Hold safety meeting. Sign contract with conditions. Safety equipment for workers. Set rules and regulations. Conduct safety training. Extinguisher All-risk Insurance Dealer for a spare generator CONTINGENCY PLANS Claim with suppliers. Call hospitals. First aid materials Claim with insurance company Contact police. Use extinguisher. Call police/ fire fighters. Warning/ Punishment Spare generator

D. Security & Safety

Machinery and equipment, e.g. scaffolding

Processes

Human, e.g. theft, carelessness

Short electricity circuit

Fire

PREVENTIVE PLANS

Check specifications.

Hold safety meeting.

Sign contract with conditions.

Safety equipment for workers.

Set rules and regulations.

Conduct safety training.

Extinguisher

All-risk Insurance

Dealer for a spare generator

CONTINGENCY PLANS

Claim with suppliers.

Call hospitals.

First aid materials

Claim with insurance company

Contact police.

Use extinguisher.

Call police/ fire fighters.

Warning/ Punishment

Spare generator

 

 

Risks E. Political Residential Mob Coup De E’tat PREVENTIVE PLANS This is beyond control, so we just keep an eye on the situation if any action is needed, e.g. day-off, to avoid any hazardous situation. Check if it is possible to double employ workers during a short period of time. CONTINGENCY PLANS Inform the impacts caused by the situation to the stakeholders. Re-schedule the work plan. Assign more resources to the work during a period of time in order to finish the work in time. Ask for the postponement of the deadline referring to the situation.

E. Political

Residential Mob

Coup De E’tat

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

This is beyond control, so we just keep an eye on the situation if any action is needed, e.g. day-off, to avoid any hazardous situation.

Check if it is possible to double employ workers during a short period of time.

CONTINGENCY PLANS

Inform the impacts caused by the situation to the stakeholders.

Re-schedule the work plan.

Assign more resources to the work during a period of time in order to finish the work in time.

Ask for the postponement of the deadline referring to the situation.

Risks F. Regulatory Unable to finish deck lifting within the 4 hours permitted by the Water Transportation Office PREVENTIVE PLANS Check and ensure that all related machinery and equipment, e.g. gantry, barge, and trolley, including the process are going smoothly. Skillful boat (for moving barge) driver CONTINGENCY PLANS Provide a report of the cause of the delay to the stakeholders. Contact the Water Transportation Office for an additional numbers of 4-hour day(s) may required.

F. Regulatory

Unable to finish deck lifting within the 4 hours permitted by the Water Transportation Office

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Check and ensure that all related machinery and equipment, e.g. gantry, barge, and trolley, including the process are going smoothly.

Skillful boat (for moving barge) driver

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Provide a report of the cause of the delay to the stakeholders.

Contact the Water Transportation Office for an additional numbers of 4-hour day(s) may required.

Risks G. Requirements Incorrect specifications of equipment and materials Wrong designs Change of requirements Outcomes do not match the designs. PREVENTIVE PLANS Study previous projects, reports, and re-check all designs and specifications. Get the third party to check the design. Contract conditions Keep in touch with stakeholders on requirements overtime. Project inspection by the third party. CONTINGENCY PLANS Get a replacement. Stakeholder meeting Re-schedule the work and resource plans.

G. Requirements

Incorrect specifications of equipment and materials

Wrong designs

Change of requirements

Outcomes do not match the designs.

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Study previous projects, reports, and re-check all designs and specifications.

Get the third party to check the design.

Contract conditions

Keep in touch with stakeholders on requirements overtime.

Project inspection by the third party.

CONTINGENCY PLANS

Get a replacement.

Stakeholder meeting

Re-schedule the work and resource plans.

Risks H. Clients Unacceptable outcomes Outcomes do not meet their standard. PREVENTIVE PLANS Regularly check with customers regarding their requirements. Go through all requirements and standard needed by customers since the start of the project. Discussion about the requirements and standards CONTINGENCY PLANS Meeting with stakeholders and customers. Enhancement of other requirements instead. Worst case, re-do.

H. Clients

Unacceptable outcomes

Outcomes do not meet their standard.

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Regularly check with customers regarding their requirements.

Go through all requirements and standard needed by customers since the start of the project.

Discussion about the requirements and standards

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Meeting with stakeholders and customers.

Enhancement of other requirements instead.

Worst case, re-do.

Risks I. Acts of God Typhoon Earthquake Lightning Rains Flooding PREVENTIVE PLANS Weather forecast Discuss with workers in advance regarding this risk. Check if anyone can work overtime if this risk occurs to accelerate the work. Install lightning rods. Wider space for concrete deck casting area List of emergency numbers, e.g. hospital, police, fire fighters, etc. CONTINGENCY PLANS Re-schedule resource and work plan. Report stakeholders about the situation and cause of delay. Evacuate workers to a safer place. Emergency calls

I. Acts of God

Typhoon

Earthquake

Lightning

Rains

Flooding

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Weather forecast

Discuss with workers in advance regarding this risk.

Check if anyone can work overtime if this risk occurs to accelerate the work.

Install lightning rods.

Wider space for concrete deck casting area

List of emergency numbers, e.g. hospital, police, fire fighters, etc.

CONTINGENCY PLANS

Re-schedule resource and work plan.

Report stakeholders about the situation and cause of delay.

Evacuate workers to a safer place.

Emergency calls

Risks J. Dependencies on other projects Delay of completing approach ramps installation Delay of completing pylons installation PREVENTIVE PLANS Follow up and co-ordinate with the other projects that we are dependent with. Check if our work can be done simultaneously with the other project. Check available resources from time to time in case the work has been postponed. CONTINGENCY PLANS Inform stakeholders about the cause of delay. Claim with the main contractor for the costs of the delay. Re-schedule the work and resource plans.

J. Dependencies on other projects

Delay of completing approach ramps installation

Delay of completing pylons installation

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Follow up and co-ordinate with the other projects that we are dependent with.

Check if our work can be done simultaneously with the other project.

Check available resources from time to time in case the work has been postponed.

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Inform stakeholders about the cause of delay.

Claim with the main contractor for the costs of the delay.

Re-schedule the work and resource plans.

Risks K. Contracts Clauses in agreements allow more flexibilities to clients to change their requirements too much, which leads to higher costs. PREVENTIVE PLANS Set up a law team. Assign a team to check and evaluate the terms and conditions in the agreements, preferably law team. Compare the price quoted and our estimated costs that include exceeding requirements. CONTINGENCY PLANS Stakeholders/ customer meeting, explaining about pros and cons of too exceeding requirements, for example, time consuming and higher budgets. Consult a law firm/ department

K. Contracts

Clauses in agreements allow more flexibilities to clients to change their requirements too much, which leads to higher costs.

PREVENTIVE PLANS

Set up a law team.

Assign a team to check and evaluate the terms and conditions in the agreements, preferably law team.

Compare the price quoted and our estimated costs that include exceeding requirements.

CONTINGENCY PLANS

Stakeholders/ customer meeting, explaining about pros and cons of too exceeding requirements, for example, time consuming and higher budgets.

Consult a law firm/ department

Risks L. Human Resources Lack of labor during the harvesting season Health problems Worker mob PREVENTIVE PLANS Source some spare workers who are willing to work during the time. Health check-up Communicate with workers and listen to them. Rewarding 24/ 7 work and resource plan CONTINGENCY PLANS Incentives Get spare workers from other sources. Consider what the workers ask for, bring the issues to the stakeholder meeting, and discuss. Compromising

L. Human Resources

Lack of labor during the harvesting season

Health problems

Worker mob

PREVENTIVE

PLANS

Source some spare workers who are willing to work during the time.

Health check-up

Communicate with workers and listen to them.

Rewarding

24/ 7 work and resource plan

CONTINGENCY

PLANS

Incentives

Get spare workers from other sources.

Consider what the workers ask for, bring the issues to the stakeholder meeting, and discuss.

Compromising

Monitoring and Controlling Actual Progress Project Plan VS Variance Corrective Action Requirement Resources/ Cost Schedule Issues Risks

Major Changes Method of cable wiring More budgets on incentives for workers during the harvesting season

Method of cable wiring

More budgets on incentives for workers during the harvesting season

Total Budgets Spent Real Budgets Spent* Deck Lifting 88.5m THB Stay Cable Wiring 198m THB Post-tensioning 155.73m THB Total of 442.23 million Baht * Source : K. Yutapol Siewthaisong, the Project Manager of the project, from VSL Thailand.

Real Budgets Spent*

Deck Lifting 88.5m THB

Stay Cable Wiring 198m THB

Post-tensioning 155.73m THB

Total of 442.23 million Baht

 

References & Credits 2Bangkok.com : http://angkor.com/2bangkok/2bangkok/Bridge/wongwein/wongwein.shtml Bureau of Bridges Construction Department of Rural Roads : http://www.bbc.go.th/page_bx.php?cno=466&cid=18 Discovery Channel : http://www.discoverychannel.co.uk/machines_and_engineering/megabuilders/bangkokmegabridge/index.shtml Engineering and Training Center : Steps of Industrial Ring Road Bridge Construction. http://www.tumcivil.com/engfanatic/article_gen.php?&article_id=7&p_content=10 Industrial Ring Road Bridge : http://pongdej.multiply.com/photos/album/2 Structurae : http :// en . structurae . de / structures / data / index . cfm?ID = s0016774 Thailand Engineering Journal : Cover Story: Industrial Ring Road Project . Year 59, Vol., 6, November-December 2006. The VSL News Magazine : Issue One 2006. http://www.vsl.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=138&Itemid=257. VSL Thailand : http://www.vsl.com/ and K. Yutapol Siewthaisong, the Project Manager of the project, from VSL Thailand.

2Bangkok.com : http://angkor.com/2bangkok/2bangkok/Bridge/wongwein/wongwein.shtml

Bureau of Bridges Construction Department of Rural Roads : http://www.bbc.go.th/page_bx.php?cno=466&cid=18

Discovery Channel : http://www.discoverychannel.co.uk/machines_and_engineering/megabuilders/bangkokmegabridge/index.shtml

Engineering and Training Center : Steps of Industrial Ring Road Bridge Construction. http://www.tumcivil.com/engfanatic/article_gen.php?&article_id=7&p_content=10

Industrial Ring Road Bridge : http://pongdej.multiply.com/photos/album/2

Structurae : http :// en . structurae . de / structures / data / index . cfm?ID = s0016774

Thailand Engineering Journal : Cover Story: Industrial Ring Road Project . Year 59, Vol., 6, November-December 2006.

The VSL News Magazine : Issue One 2006. http://www.vsl.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=138&Itemid=257.

VSL Thailand : http://www.vsl.com/ and K. Yutapol Siewthaisong, the Project Manager of the project, from VSL Thailand.

T H A N K Y O U !

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