Smarter Risk Management Through Digital Project Twin for Cost, Schedule and Risk
SANDER P.: Presentation at the "International Construction Project Management Summit 2021" on January 16th 2021
On the first day of the congress on 16.01.2021 on "The Next Normal in Project Delivery and Contracts", which is organized by the expert network for construction project management "ICPMA", our managing director Univ.-Prof. Dr. Philip Sander gave a presentation on "Smarter Risk Management Through Digital Project Twin for Cost, Schedule and Risk".
The congress "Advancing The Construction Industry To The Next Normal" will take place online on four Saturdays in January and February 2021.
Risk Management for Major Infrastructure Projects
BURNS T.: Presentation/Webinar for the "Risk Engineering Society" Congress, 20. October 2020
This presentation was part of a lunchtime webinar series for "Engineers Australia" and the "Risk Engineering Society" from the 20th October 2020,.It describes an integrated probabilistic cost and schedule model. This integration along with the consideration of uncertainty in quantities, rates and timeframes helps to provide transparency on complex infrastructure projects. The application is based on a combination of two practice-proven approaches – the RIAAT (Risk Administration and Analysis Tool) and the Cost Estimation and Validation Process CEVP® (Reilly et al. 2004/Washington State Department of Transportation), creating a powerful tool for management of complex risk environments.
Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety (RAMS) Analysis for Complex Tunnel Construction Systems—Applications and Benefits
An article written with our partners for the North American Tunneling 2020 Proceedings.
SANDER P., REILLY J., BRADY J. & SPIEGL M. (2020): Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety (RAMS) Analysis for Complex Tunnel Construction Systems—Applications and Benefits. North American Tunneling 2020 Proceedings, 349-357
White Paper: Modelling tunnel cost estimates with change in excavation and support classes
In this white paper, RiskConsult explains how they use there probabilistic software RIAAT to model a complex tunnelling cost estimate with change in excavation and support classes.
Incentive-Based Project Delivery with Fixed Price Incentive Fee Contracts
SANDER P., SPIEGL, M., REILLY J.: Article and Presentation, RETC Chicago, June 16th-19th 2019
Alternative Incentive-Based Project Delivery
SANDER P., REILLY J., WHYTE D., SPIEGL M.: Poster and Article, WTC Naples, May 7, 2019.
IQ Award - Application of the RIAAT risk management software for Lima International Airport.
In collaboration with the ADP team, RiskConsult brought home the IQ Award for the Lima Airport Development Program in Peru.
The IQ Award is given to projects that have used innovative and new techniques or platforms to drive better quality in the delivery of projects to help future generations. The award was presented at the award dinner on June 4th, 2018 at this year's ICPMA conference at the London National Theatre.
CEVP-RIAAT Process - Application of an Integrated Cost and Schedule Analysis
SANDER P., REILLY, J., ENTACHER M.: Article and presentation, North American Tunneling Conference, Marriott Hotel, Washington D.C., June 25, 2018
Risk-Based Integrated Cost and Schedule Analysis for Infrastructure Projects
SANDER P., ENTACHER M., REILLY J., BRADY J.: Article, Tunnel Business Magazine, August 2017, P. 43-37, 2017
Article from TBM Magazine: web version
Risk Management – Correlation and Dependencies for Planning, Design and Construction
SANDER P., MOERGELI A., REILLY J.: Article and presentation, ITA World Tunnel Congress 2016, San Francisco, CA - USA, 2016
Construction – You Need Risk-Based Cost Estimating
SANDER P., REILLY J., MOERGELI A.: Article, Tunneling & Underground Construction, 10. volume, No. 1, p. 23-30, 2016
Quantitative Risk Analysis – Fallacy of the Single Number
SANDER P., MOERGELI A., REILLY J.: Article and presentation, ITA World Tunnel Congress 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia, SEE Tunnel - Promoting Tunnelling in SEE Region, p. 774-775, 2015 (ISBN: 978-953-55728-5-5)