Completion Management's Project Explorer offers a tree-structured system view which displays the status of completion at any level, checklists completed and outstanding, punch lists details, and subsystems ready to be handed over.
Users can drill down from a high level to their desired level and multiple structures are available, which can be tailored to the needs of various users and project phases.
Project Explorer provides graphical charting and links to relevant status reports, documentation, and file attachments.
Provides a suite of predefined checklists. The checklists are easily configurable by the administrators and project specific checklists can be added quickly.
All checklists are available in electronic format (e.g. iPad) or paper based with barcodes.
Using the tablet option users can easily document status of inspection by taking pictures and signing the checklists electronically.
Paper-based checklists are designed to be scanned (via PDF). The system will detect the barcode and automatically update the status along with any attachments. The printing of checklists is made more efficient by allowing the user to print batches of checklists based on system, discipline, tag number, and other configurable fields.
Integrated configurable punch module. Punch items can be cleared electronically, in paper form or based on barcodes. Punch items can also be imported from external sources such as MS Excel.
Several graphical and tabular reports are available, showing trends and status at the desired levels.
The Project Look Ahead gives the user a visual representation of the work ahead by combining the planned handover dates and the completion status in the system. Color coding and punch indicators are available for easy indications of any show stoppers. The project look ahead has been proven to be a very useful tool in weekly team meetings to follow up progress and contractors.
Commissioning procedures combines the latest status from the database with written procedures. Completion of commissioning activities can be done using tablets in the field, enabling both progress reporting and increasing the visibility of field execution.
Procedures can combine various information and reports such as; lists and descriptions of prerequisites, inline reports, activity lists, checklists, and other attachments.
Supports the handover of single, multiple, or part subsystems. Handovers can be performed electronically or in hard copy.
The system will help you with generating the handover documentation and can include:
The system offers a very rich and efficient user interface giving the administrators several options for quickly setting up the project, including:
Subsystems can be broken down into completion packages, containing one or multiple disciplines. The definition of completion packages makes it easier to ensure progressive handovers.
Completion Management allows users to enable and follow up preservation programs when equipment arrives at site.
A suite of preservation checklists are included as part of the system.
The system can produces weekly work list, report findings, and report preservation status.