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1 Construction Industry Institute CII Webinar Series Webinar 1 How to Participate in CII Academic Committee January 11, 2011

2 CII Academic Community Webinars Webinar 1 – January 11, 11:00 AM CST “How to Participate in CII” Webinar 2 – Early February, Date TBA “The CII Proposal Process” Webinar 3 – May, Date TBA “How to Successfully Execute a CII Project ” 2

3 Agenda Introduction to CII – Slides 3 to 14 CII Knowledge Processes, Practices, and Structure – Slides 14 to 20 CII Committee Structure – Slides 21 to 47 Research Process Overview – Slides 47 to 54 Questions, Answers and Discussion - Slides 55 to 56 3

4 CII is a research institute of leading owners, contractors, and academics working together to advance the business effectiveness and sustainability of the world’s capital facilities.

5 CII is the recognized research institute for the construction industry, dedicated to improving the business effectiveness and sustainability of capital facilities delivery. CII’s commitment is to create knowledge that increases every member’s business success. The active participation of industry leaders in CII leads to breakthroughs in the lifecycle value of capital facilities. CII Vision

6 To measurably improve the delivery of capital facilities. CII Purpose

7 CII Mission Increase the participation level within CII to expand the global competitive advantage realized through active involvement and effective use of research findings, including CII Best Practices. Add value for members by enhancing the business effectiveness and sustainability of the capital facility life cycle through CII research and related initiatives. CII Annual Report

8 CII Website 8

9 CII Today 104 member companies More than 55 universities More than 500 research products 14 active research teams 2 special academic topic teams 14 standing committees Hundreds of active participants

10 Owner Members Abbott Air Liquide Air Products and Chemicals Ameren American Transmission Anheuser-Busch InBev Aramco Services Archer Daniels Midland Barrick Gold BP America Bristol-Myers Squibb Cargill Chevron CITGO Petroleum ConocoPhillips Dow Chemical DuPont Procter & Gamble SABIC Eastman Chemical Eli Lilly Escom Holdings Ltd. ExxonMobil GlaxoSmithKline Hovensa International Paper Irving Oil Kaiser Permanente Marathon Oil NASA NOVA Chemicals Occidental Petroleum Ontario Power Generation Petrobras Praxair Sasol Technology Shell Global Solutions US Smithsonian Institution Southern Company Teck Resources Ltd. Tennessee Valley Authority TransCanada Corporation U.S. Architect of the Capitol U.S. Army Corps of Engineers U.S. Dept. of Commerce/NIST/ Building and Fire Research Lab U.S. Dept. of Energy U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services U.S. Dept. of State U.S. General Services Admin.

11 Contractor Members Aker Solutions Alstom Power AMEC Apex Engineering, Inc. AZCO Inc. Baker Concrete Construction Bateman Engineering Bechtel Group Bentley Systems BIS Frucon Industrial Services Black & Veatch Burns & McDonnell CB&I CCC Group CDI Engineering Solutions CH2M HILL Coreworx CSA Group Day & Zimmermann Dresser-Rand Company Emerson Process Management eProject Management Faithful+Gould Flad & Associates Fluor Foster Wheeler USA Grinaker-LTA/E+PC Gross Mechanical Contractors GS Engineering & Construction Hargrove Engineers + Const. Hilti Jacobs JMJ Associates KBR Lauren Engineers & Constructors M. A. Mortenson McDermott International Mustang Omniware Oracle USA Parsons Pathfinder S&B Engineers and Const. The Shaw Group Siemens Energy SNC-Lavalin Technip URS Corporation Victaulic Company Walbridge Wanzek Construction WorleyParsons Zachry Zurich

12 * Headquarters and founding universityBold – Current Research Universities Performing Research University of Alabama Arizona State University University of Arkansas Auburn University Baylor University Bucknell University University of California-Berkeley Carnegie Mellon University University of Cincinnati Clemson University University of Colorado-Boulder Colorado State University Columbia University Drexel University East Carolina University University of Florida Georgia Institute of Technology University of Houston University of Illinois Illinois Institute of Technology Iowa State University University of Kansas University of Kentucky Lehigh University University of Maryland University of Michigan University of Milwaukee-Wisconsin Michigan State University Mississippi State University University of New Mexico North Carolina State University North Dakota State University Ohio University Oklahoma State University Oregon State University The Pennsylvania State University University of Pittsburgh Purdue University Polytechnic University of New York San Diego State University San Jose State University Stanford University State University of New York-Albany Vanderbilt University Virginia Tech Texas A&M University The University of Texas at Austin* Tsinghua University University of Washington University of Waterloo University of Wisconsin-Madison Worcester Polytechnic Institute

13 Construction Industry Institute Non-governmental/non-profit Voluntary organization – Small staff approx 20 people – Over 700 volunteers from industry – Collaboration with over fifty universities

14 CII Knowledge Processes Knowledge Management Knowledge Assessment Knowledge Dissemination Knowledge Creation Research to define best practices, breakthroughs, and industry norms. Dissemination through publications, implementation guides, educational materials, courses, workshops, and conferences. Assessment of the impact of CII practices through benchmarking. Management, organization, and assessment of the 500-plus CII documents and publications.

15 CII Practices (Research Findings) Project Planning Phase Attract and Maintain Skilled Workers Automated Identification Construction Input in Front End Planning Effective Use of Global Engineering Workforce Environmental Remediation Management Equitable Risk Allocation Information Integration International Project Risk Assessment Leader Selection Modularization/Preassembly Organizational Work Structure Project Delivery and Contract Strategies Project Security Project Teams Technology Implementation Value Management Work Process Simulation Design/ Construction/ Startup Phases Craft Productivity Practices Design for Maintainability Design for Safety Engineering Productivity Measurement Leveraging Technology Piping Design Project Life Cost & Schedule Control Employee Incentives Fully Integrated & Automated Project Processes (FIAPP) Global Project Control & Mgmt Systems Management of Education & Training Managing Workers’ Compensation Project Health Assessment Small Projects Execution

16 Major Influence Rapidly Decreasing Influence Low Influence Scope Definition Influence Commitment$$ Conceptual Analysis and R&D Pre-Project Planning Basic Data and Scoping Project Authorization Production Engineering and Procurement Construction Engineering Complete Turnover and Start-up Level of Influence Project Expenditures Project Life Cycle Cost Influence Curves

17 CII Industry Leadership

18 CII Organization Board of Advisors Communities of Practice Product Review Board Knowledge CreationKnowledge Dissemination Implementation Strategy Committee Professional Development Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Committee Knowledge Management Committee Special Functions Branding Implementation Committee Conference Committee Finance Committee Membership Committee Nominating Committee Alliances Research Teams Academic Committee Breakthrough Strategy Committee Research Committee Knowledge Assessment Knowledge Management Executive Committee Strategic Planning Committee Standing Committees Industry-Sector Benchmarking

19 CII Senior Staff Jewell Walters Membership and Annual Conference Manuel Garcia Professional Development and Implementation Kim Allen Knowledge Management, Branding, Communities of Practice Steve Thomas Research, Breakthrough Strategy, and Academic Liaison Wayne Crew Director Stephen Mulva Benchmarking & Metrics

20 Research Support Staff Jacqueline Thomas Technical Writer/Editor Kristi Delaney Sr. Program Coordinator Junghye Son Graduate Research Assistant

21 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics ImplementationStrategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

22 Executive Committee Purpose: Represents the Board of Advisors Provides leadership and direction for all Institute activities in accordance with the Strategic Plan and Governance Plan. Appoints committee chairman that are not elected. Approves membership appointments. Creates Ad Hoc committees when necessary.

23 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics ImplementationStrategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

24 Randy Abdallah, Walbridge, Vice-Chair Dr. John Borcherding, University of Texas at Austin Barry Christen, URS Corporation Earl Clark, DuPont Frank Gay, WorleyParsons Jim Gibson, Alstom Power Tom Kudele, ExxonMobil Don Leinweber, Mustang Engineering Tom Napier, USACE Mark Palmer, NIST Cindy Richartz, Abbott Ed Ruane, Fluor Stan Trip, ConocoPhillips Dr. Ken Walsh, San Diego State University David Wolfson, Air Products and Chemicals, Chair Dr. Steve Thomas, CII Jacqueline Thomas, CII Kristi Delaney, CII Research Committee

25 Research Committee Mission: Provides policy to guide the CII research process. Implements the topic generation and prioritization process for the CII Board of Advisors. Implements the RFQ process to solicit and select the best proposals reflecting member company interest and providing greatest value to CII. Supervises the Product Review Board.

26 Research Committee Outputs Annual topic slate to solicit BOA interest and priorities for research RFQ process to solicit and select best value proposals from the academic community Staffed and aligned research teams A process that produces high value/impact research and research publications to include implementation resources for member companies and the industry Research report outs at the Annual Conference

27 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics ImplementationStrategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

28 Academic Committee Newly chartered in 2006 Academic Committee Leadership –Chair – Edd Gibson, Arizona State –Vice-chair – Carl Haas, Waterloo –Jr.-chair – Carlos Caldas, University of Texas at Austin

29 Academic Committee Subcommittees SubcommitteeChairUniversity Webinar SponsorshipStu AndersonTexas A&M Annual Conference SpeakerChema de la GarzaVirginia Tech Committee WebsitePaul GoodrumUniversity of Kentucky AwardsEdd GibsonArizona State University Poster SessionJochen TeizerGeorgia Tech CII Products in the Classroom Richard BurtAuburn CRC Technical SessionCarlos CaldasUT Austin 29

30 Academic Committee Mission: The primary forum for the academic community within CII to provide its expertise in both research methodology and subject matter to the institute. Duties include: –identifying subject matter experts –providing input to the research process –identifying and grooming new academics to serve as CII researchers –integrating CII research and products into the university curriculums –offering insights for new directions for CII

31 Academic Committee Members 31 Stu AndersonTexas A&M Baabak AshuriGeorgia Tech Salman AzharAuburn Dennis BausmanClemson Amir BehzadanUniversity of Central Florida John BorcherdingThe University of Texas at Austin Richard BurtAuburn University Carlos CaldasUniversity of Texas at Austin Chung-Suk ChoUniversity of North Carolina-Charlotte Yong ChoUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln Oswald ChongKansas Ivan DamnjanovicTexas A&M University Chema de la GarzaVirginia Tech Islam El-adawayMississippi State Neil EldinUniversity of Houston Tamer El-DirabyUniversity of Toronto Mohamed El-GafyMichigan State Aminah FayekUniversity of Alberta Daniel ForguesEcole de Technologie Superieure Edd GibsonArizona State University Mani Golpavar-FardVirginia Tech Paul GoodrumUniversity of Kentucky David GrauThe University of Alabama Bud GriffisNew York University Carl HaasUniversity of Waterloo Marwa HassanLSU Mark HastakPurdue Kasun HewageUniversity of British Columbia Joe HorlenTexas A&M University Seokyon Hwang Lamar University Ed Jaselskis Iowa State University Amy Javernick-Will University of Colorado David Jeong Oklahoma State University Kim LaScola Needy University of Arkansas Sanghyun Lee University of Alberta - Edmonton Fernanda Leite The University of Texas at Austin Brenda McCabe University of Toronto Carol Menassa University of Wisconsin Cindy Menches Illinois Institute of Technology John Messner Pennsylvania State University Giovanni Migliaccio University of New Mexico Ed Minchin University of Florida Keith Molenaar University of Colorado Mohammad Najafi The University of Texas at Arlington Bill O'Brien The University of Texas at Austin Mehmet Ozbek Colorado State University Anu Pradhan Drexel University Robert Ries University of Florida Ihab Saad University of Cincinnati Pramen Shrestha University of Nevada Lucio Soibelman Carnegie-Mellon University Jongchul Song North Dakota State University Lingguang Song The University of Houston Carrie Sturts Dossick University of Washington JT Taylor Columbia University Timothy Taylor University of Kentucky Jochen Teizer Georgia Institute of Technology Ali Touran Northeastern University John Walewski Texas A&M University

32 Critical Interfaces Academic and Research Committee To improve the quality of CII academic research Academic and CII Standing Committees/ COPs: To increase the participation of the academic community within CII Academic Committee and CII Staff Staff/logistic support for meetings, webinars and poster session, and contract admin support for curriculum study.

33 AC Membership Membership in the Academic Committee will consist of (at minimum), –academics engaged by CII to conduct research –academics engaged by CII to conduct education activities – and those that serve on CII standing committees All academics seeking membership on the AC will apply to CII and upon completion & approval of the application, receive an appointment for 3 years with commitment to subcommittee work.

34 Academic Committee Leadership Leadership of the Academic Committee shall consist of a chairperson, co-chairperson and committee junior chairperson. The leadership shall be selected from the AC membership and shall serve two year terms.

35 Academic Committee Meetings 2010 –With CRC –With CII Annual Conf 2011 –With AGC: Las Vegas March 23rd –With CII Annual Conf: Chicago July 28th 35

36 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

37 Benchmarking & Metrics Committee Mission To define key EPC elements and performance metrics and process to collect and correlate them with related project practices Guide CII in providing member companies with performance measures and industry trends on key elements of the EPC process Assist member companies in assessing their performance against the collective data and helping them identify Best Practices and other opportunities to improve capital effectiveness Provide quantitative feedback to help CII guide its research, implementation, and other activities.

38 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

39 Implementation Strategy Committee Mission & Vision ISC Mission:  Engage members to implement CII practices. Promote participation in activities and utilization of knowledge to implement work practices and manage change. ISC Vision:  Establish use of the CII knowledgebase as an indispensable resource to integrate work practices, improve communication and, manage change in everyday work activities.

40 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

41 Professional Development Committee Mission Provide continuing professional development opportunities for CII members by: 1. Enabling implementation of CII research results to meet member company needs 2. Evaluating opportunities & industry program trends 3. Developing new learning materials 4. Creating outreach programs with educational institutions 5. Advocating value of CII research-based education 6. Planning for the future

42 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

43 43 Knowledge Management Committee Charter Manage CII’s Body of Knowledge – Facilitate access to the Body of Knowledge through the CII website – Develop policy to maintain and add value to the Knowledge Structure – Approve changes to the Knowledge Structure, including placement of new products and changes in content – Review existing publications for classification, updating or archiving – Identify, recommend and validate emerging Best Practices Recommend research topics as needed – To refresh Best Practices or fill gaps in the Knowledge Structure Establish Communities of Practice and provide oversight – To collaborate and focus on specific industry topics or practice areas

44 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

45 Branding Implementation Committee The Branding Implementation Committee was sanctioned by the Executive Committee and formed in September 2007 to evaluate and strengthen CII’s brand The goal of the committee is to position and promote CII as a recognized industry leader. 45

46 CII Standing Committees Executive Research Academic Committee Benchmarking & Metrics Implementation Strategy Professional Development Knowledge Management Branding Implementation Breakthrough Strategy

47 Breakthrough Strategy Committee Mission & Vision Mission: To develop a process that will insure adequate generation of breakthrough research and other ideas and opportunities in support of other CII core processes. Vision: To establish a long term process in which CII continues to identify, nurture, develop and harvest breakthrough ideas for capital project delivery for the benefit of CII members.

48 CII Research Team Process

49 CII Research Process Needs Assessment through RT Plan Approval Research Needs Assessment Topic Slate Development BOA Review BOA Vote Continue Staffing RT Kick- off Research Plan Development Plan Approval Budget Approval Prepare & Submit Q & I RFQ Sent to Academic Community Select PIs CII Funds PI Travel (Prior to Proposal Approval) Execute MOA w/ Universities

50 Request for topic input During September request for topic input sent to: –CII Standing Committees –CII Communities of Practice –FIATECH –Other External Sources Topic ideas also obtained from CII Board during roundtable discussions at fall meeting.

51 Topic slate development Research Committee assesses hundreds of topic ideas collected during the fall. Research Committee meets in January to determine final slate. Slate submitted to Board 30 days prior to spring meeting.

52 RFQ Request for Qualifications and Interest to be sent to the academic community NLT Feb 25 th Academic researchers desiring to receive the RFQ should provide the CII Program Coordinator, Kristi Delaney their CV NLT Feb 15 th PI statement of Q&I must be submitted IAW instructions provided in the RFQ and will be due NLT Mar 17 th A pre Q&I submittal conference call will be scheduled IAW RFQI instructions to clarify requirements as necessary.

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55 55 Academic Committee Website Webinar 1 How to Participate in CII Questions?

56 CII Academic Community Webinars Webinar 1 – January 11, 11:00 AM CST “How to Participate in CII” Webinar 2 – Early February, Date TBA “The CII Proposal Process” Webinar 3 – May, Date TBA “How to Successfully Execute a CII Project ” 56


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