Presentation on theme: "How to Participate in CII"— Presentation transcript:
1 How to Participate in CII Construction Industry InstituteCII Webinar SeriesWebinar 1How to Participate in CIIAcademic CommitteeJanuary 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”
3 Agenda Introduction to CII – Slides 3 to 14 CII Knowledge Processes, Practices, and Structure – Slides 14 to 20CII Committee Structure – Slides 21 to 47Research Process Overview – Slides 47 to 54Questions, Answers and Discussion - Slides 55 to 56
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 VisionCII 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.5
6 To measurably improve the delivery of capital facilities. CII PurposeTo measurably improve thedelivery of capital facilities.
7 CII MissionAdd value for members by enhancing the business effectiveness and sustainability of the capital facility life cycle through CII research and related initiatives.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.CII Annual Report7
9 CII Today104 member companiesMore than 55 universitiesMore than 500 research products14 active research teams2 special academic topic teams14 standing committeesHundreds of active participants
10 Owner Members Abbott Air Liquide Air Products and Chemicals Ameren American TransmissionAnheuser-Busch InBevAramco ServicesArcher Daniels MidlandBarrick GoldBP AmericaBristol-Myers SquibbCargillChevronCITGO PetroleumConocoPhillipsDow ChemicalDuPontProcter & GambleSABICEastman ChemicalEli LillyEscom Holdings Ltd.ExxonMobilGlaxoSmithKlineHovensaInternational PaperIrving OilKaiser PermanenteMarathon OilNASANOVA ChemicalsOccidental PetroleumOntario Power GenerationPetrobrasPraxairSasol TechnologyShell Global Solutions USSmithsonian InstitutionSouthern CompanyTeck Resources Ltd.Tennessee Valley AuthorityTransCanada CorporationU.S. Architect of the CapitolU.S. Army Corps of EngineersU.S. Dept. of Commerce/NIST/ Building and Fire Research LabU.S. Dept. of EnergyU.S. Dept. of Health & Human ServicesU.S. Dept. of StateU.S. General Services Admin.10
12 Universities Performing Research 1983-2010 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 TechnologyUniversity of HoustonUniversity of IllinoisIllinois Institute of TechnologyIowa State UniversityUniversity of KansasUniversity of KentuckyLehigh UniversityUniversity of MarylandUniversity of MichiganUniversity of Milwaukee-WisconsinMichigan State UniversityMississippi State UniversityUniversity of New MexicoNorth Carolina State UniversityNorth Dakota State UniversityOhio UniversityOklahoma State UniversityOregon State UniversityThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity of PittsburghPurdue UniversityPolytechnic University of New YorkSan Diego State UniversitySan Jose State UniversityStanford UniversityState University of New York-AlbanyVanderbilt UniversityVirginia TechTexas A&M UniversityThe University of Texas at Austin*Tsinghua UniversityUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of WaterlooUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonWorcester Polytechnic InstituteBold – Current Research* Headquarters and founding university
13 Construction Industry Institute Non-governmental/non-profitVoluntary organizationSmall staff approx 20 peopleOver 700 volunteers from industryCollaboration with over fifty universities
14 CII Knowledge Processes Research to define best practices, breakthroughs, and industry norms.KnowledgeCreationManagement, organization, and assessment of the 500-plus CII documents and publications.KnowledgeAssessmentKnowledgeDisseminationDissemination through publications, implementation guides, educational materials, courses, workshops, and conferences.KnowledgeManagementAssessment of the impact of CII practices throughbenchmarking.
15 CII Practices (Research Findings) Design/ Construction/ Startup PhasesCraft Productivity PracticesDesign for MaintainabilityDesign for SafetyEngineering Productivity MeasurementLeveraging TechnologyPiping DesignProject LifeCost & Schedule ControlEmployee IncentivesFully Integrated & Automated Project Processes (FIAPP)Global Project Control & Mgmt SystemsManagement of Education & TrainingManaging Workers’ CompensationProject Health AssessmentSmall Projects ExecutionProject Planning PhaseAttract and Maintain Skilled WorkersAutomated IdentificationConstruction Input in Front End PlanningEffective Use of Global Engineering WorkforceEnvironmental Remediation ManagementEquitable Risk AllocationInformation IntegrationInternational Project Risk AssessmentLeader SelectionModularization/PreassemblyOrganizational Work StructureProject Delivery and Contract StrategiesProject SecurityProject TeamsTechnology ImplementationValue ManagementWork Process Simulation
16 Cost Influence Curves Project Life Cycle Level of Influence Influence MajorInfluenceRapidly DecreasingInfluenceLowInfluenceLevel of InfluenceInfluenceCommitment$$Project ExpendituresScopeDefinitionAbility to influence a project (configuration, capabilities, components, etc) decreases as the project progresses.Expenditures, and cost of delaying decisions or making changes, increases dramatically as the project progresses.Optimum point to most influence the final project for the lowest cost is during pre-project planning.ConceptualAnalysisand R&DPre-ProjectPlanningBasicData andScopingProjectAuthorizationProductionEngineeringandProcurementConstructionEngineeringCompleteTurnoverandStart-upProject Life Cycle12
17 CII Industry Leadership The easiest place to see CII’s impact on the U.S. construction industry is to look at the composite of the CII member’s safety statistics. We all measure the total recordable incident rate the same way. We all have the same definitions. You can see that CII members lead the industry in TRIR with a 2009 rate of 0.53 on about 2 billion exposure hours.
19 CII Senior Staff Wayne Crew Director Steve Thomas Research, Breakthrough Strategy, and Academic LiaisonManuel GarciaProfessional Development and ImplementationStephen MulvaBenchmarking & MetricsKim AllenKnowledge Management, Branding, Communities of PracticeJewell WaltersMembership and Annual Conference
20 Research Support Staff Kristi DelaneySr. Program CoordinatorJacqueline ThomasTechnical Writer/EditorJunghye SonGraduate Research Assistant20
22 Executive Committee Purpose: Represents the Board of AdvisorsProvides 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.
24 Research Committee Randy Abdallah, Walbridge , Vice-Chair Dr. John Borcherding, University of Texas at AustinBarry Christen, URS CorporationEarl Clark, DuPontFrank Gay, WorleyParsonsJim Gibson, Alstom PowerTom Kudele, ExxonMobilDon Leinweber, Mustang EngineeringTom Napier, USACEMark Palmer, NISTCindy Richartz, AbbottEd Ruane, FluorStan Trip, ConocoPhillipsDr. Ken Walsh, San Diego State UniversityDavid Wolfson, Air Products and Chemicals, ChairDr. Steve Thomas, CIIJacqueline Thomas, CIIKristi Delaney, CII
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 researchRFQ process to solicit and select best value proposals from the academic communityStaffed and aligned research teamsA process that produces high value/impact research and research publications to include implementation resources for member companies and the industryResearch report outs at the Annual Conference
28 Instructor’s Notes – Introduction and Eliminating Fall Hazards Academic CommitteeNewly chartered in 2006Academic Committee LeadershipChair – Edd Gibson, Arizona StateVice-chair – Carl Haas, WaterlooJr.-chair – Carlos Caldas, University of Texas at Austin
29 Academic Committee Subcommittees ChairUniversityWebinar SponsorshipStu AndersonTexas A&MAnnual Conference SpeakerChema de la GarzaVirginia TechCommittee WebsitePaul GoodrumUniversity of KentuckyAwardsEdd GibsonArizona State UniversityPoster SessionJochen TeizerGeorgia TechCII Products in the ClassroomRichard BurtAuburnCRC Technical SessionCarlos CaldasUT Austin
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 expertsproviding input to the research processidentifying and grooming new academics to serve as CII researchersintegrating CII research and products into the university curriculumsoffering insights for new directions for CII
31 Academic Committee Members Stu AndersonTexas A&MBaabak AshuriGeorgia TechSalman AzharAuburnDennis BausmanClemsonAmir BehzadanUniversity of Central FloridaJohn BorcherdingThe University of Texas at AustinRichard BurtAuburn UniversityCarlos CaldasUniversity of Texas at AustinChung-Suk ChoUniversity of North Carolina-CharlotteYong ChoUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnOswald ChongKansasIvan DamnjanovicTexas A&M UniversityChema de la GarzaVirginia TechIslam El-adawayMississippi StateNeil EldinUniversity of HoustonTamer El-DirabyUniversity of TorontoMohamed El-GafyMichigan StateAminah FayekUniversity of AlbertaDaniel ForguesEcole de Technologie SuperieureEdd GibsonArizona State UniversityMani Golpavar-FardPaul GoodrumUniversity of KentuckyDavid GrauThe University of AlabamaBud GriffisNew York UniversityCarl HaasUniversity of WaterlooMarwa HassanLSUMark HastakPurdueKasun HewageUniversity of British ColumbiaJoe HorlenSeokyon Hwang Lamar UniversityEd Jaselskis Iowa State UniversityAmy Javernick-Will University of ColoradoDavid Jeong Oklahoma State UniversityKim LaScola Needy University of ArkansasSanghyun Lee University of Alberta - EdmontonFernanda Leite The University of Texas at AustinBrenda McCabe University of TorontoCarol Menassa University of WisconsinCindy Menches Illinois Institute of TechnologyJohn Messner Pennsylvania State UniversityGiovanni Migliaccio University of New MexicoEd Minchin University of FloridaKeith Molenaar University of ColoradoMohammad Najafi The University of Texas at ArlingtonBill O'Brien The University of Texas at AustinMehmet Ozbek Colorado State UniversityAnu Pradhan Drexel UniversityRobert Ries University of FloridaIhab Saad University of CincinnatiPramen Shrestha University of NevadaLucio Soibelman Carnegie-Mellon UniversityJongchul Song North Dakota State UniversityLingguang Song The University of HoustonCarrie Sturts Dossick University of Washington JT Taylor Columbia UniversityTimothy Taylor University of KentuckyJochen Teizer Georgia Institute of TechnologyAli Touran Northeastern UniversityJohn Walewski Texas A&M University
32 Critical Interfaces Academic and Research Committee To improve the quality of CII academic researchAcademic and CII Standing Committees/ COPs:To increase the participation of the academic community within CIIAcademic Committee and CII StaffStaff/logistic support for meetings, webinars and poster session, and contract admin support for curriculum study.
33 AC MembershipMembership in the Academic Committee will consist of (at minimum),academics engaged by CII to conduct researchacademics engaged by CII to conduct education activitiesand those that serve on CII standing committeesAll 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 2010With CRCWith CII Annual Conf2011With AGC: Las Vegas March 23rdWith CII Annual Conf: Chicago July 28th
37 Benchmarking & Metrics Committee Mission To define key EPC elements and performance metrics and process to collect and correlate them with related project practicesGuide CII in providing member companies with performance measures and industry trends on key elements of the EPC processAssist member companies in assessing their performance against the collective data and helping them identify Best Practices and other opportunities to improve capital effectivenessProvide quantitative feedback to help CII guide its research, implementation, and other activities.
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.
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
43 Knowledge Management Committee Charter Manage CII’s Body of KnowledgeFacilitate access to the Body of Knowledge through the CII websiteDevelop policy to maintain and add value to the Knowledge StructureApprove changes to the Knowledge Structure, including placement of new products and changes in contentReview existing publications for classification, updating or archivingIdentify, recommend and validate emerging Best PracticesRecommend research topics as neededTo refresh Best Practices or fill gaps in the Knowledge StructureEstablish Communities of Practice and provide oversightTo collaborate and focus on specific industry topics or practice areas434343
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 brandThe goal of the committee is to position and promote CII as a recognized industry leader.
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.
49 CII Research Process Needs Assessment through RT Plan Approval Research Needs AssessmentTopic Slate DevelopmentBOA ReviewBOAVoteContinue StaffingResearch PlanDevelopmentPlanApprovalRTKick-offBudgetApprovalRFQ Sent toAcademicCommunitySelectPIsPrepare & SubmitQ & ICII 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 CommitteesCII Communities of PracticeFIATECHOther External SourcesTopic 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 RFQRequest for Qualifications and Interest to be sent to the academic community NLT Feb 25thAcademic researchers desiring to receive the RFQ should provide the CII Program Coordinator, Kristi Delaney their CV NLT Feb 15thPI statement of Q&I must be submitted IAW instructions provided in the RFQ and will be due NLT Mar 17thA pre Q&I submittal conference call will be scheduled IAW RFQI instructions to clarify requirements as necessary.
55 How to Participate in CII Webinar 1How to Participate in CIIQuestions?Academic Committee Website
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”