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Construction Industry Institute


CII Webinar Series

Webinar
1

How to Participate in CII


Academic Committee

January 28, 2013







CII Academic Community Webinars


Webinar 1


January 28,
2
:00


4:00 PM CST


“How
to Participate in
CII”



Webinar 2


February 4, 2:00


4:00 PM CST


“The CII Proposal Process”



Webinar 3


April 17, 2:00


4:00 CDT


“How
to Successfully Execute a CII
Project



2

Agenda


Introduction to CII


Slides 4 to 13



CII Knowledge Processes, Practices, and Structure


Slides 14 to 17



CII Committee Structure


Slides 18 to 44



Research Process Overview


Slides 45 to 50



Questions, Answers and Discussion
-

Slides 51 to 52

3

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.


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

To
measurably

improve the


delivery of capital facilities.

CII Purpose

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

CII Website

8

CII Today


132 member companies


More than 54 universities


More than 500 research products


25 active research teams


14 standing committees


Hundreds of active participants

Owner Members

Abbott

Air Products and Chemicals

Ameren

American Transmission

Anheuser
-
Busch
InBev

Aramco
Services

ArcelorMittal

Architect of the Capitol

Barrick

Gold Corp.

BP America

Bristol
-
Myers
Squibb

Cameco

Corp.

Cargill

Chevron

CITGO
Petroleum

ConocoPhillips

Dow Chemical

DTE Energy

DuPont

Eastman Chemical

Ecopetrol

S.A
.

Eli Lilly




Eskom Holdings Ltd.

ExxonMobil

General Electric

General Motors

GlaxoSmithKline

Global Infrastructure Partners

Huntsman Corporation

International Paper

Irving Oil

Kaiser
Permanente

Koch Industries

Linde

North America

LyondellBasell

Marathon Oil

NASA

NOVA
Chemicals

Occidental Petroleum

Ontario Power Generation

Petrobras

Petroleos

Mexicanos

Petroliam
Nasional

Berhad



Phillips66

Praxair

Proctor & Gamble

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL)

SABIC

Sasol
Technology

Shell Global Solutions US

Smithsonian Institution

Southern
Company

Statoil ASA

Teck

Resources Ltd.

Tennessee
Valley
Authority

TNK
-
BP

TransCanada Corporation

U.S
. Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Dept. of
Commerce/NIST/EL

U.S. Dept. of Defense/Tricare
Mngt

Act.

U.S.
Dept. of
Energy

U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services

U.S. Dept. of State

U.S.
Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Vale S.A.

Contractor Members

Alstom
Power

AMEC

Aveng Group

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



ENGlobal

Corp.

eProject

Management

Faithful+Gould

Flad

&
Associates

Flint Energy Services

Fluor

Foster Wheeler
USA

Gross Mechanical Contractors

GS Engineering & Construction

Hargrove Engineers +
Const.

Hilti

Industrial Contractors, Inc.

Innovative Design Engineering Assoc.

Jacobs

JMJ
Associates

JV Driver Projects, Inc.

KBR

Kvaerner NA Construction

Lauren Engineers & Constructors

M. A.
Mortenson

Matrix Service Co.

McDermott International

Midwest Steel Inc.

Mustang

Parsons

Pathfinder

Quality Execution Inc.

S&B
Engineers and
Const.

The Shaw Group

Siemens Energy

SNC
-
Lavalin

SOG
-

Óleo e Gás S/A


SETAL

Technip

URS Corporation

Victaulic Company

Walbridge

Wanzek

Construction

WorleyParsons

Zachry

Zurich

* Headquarters and founding university

Bold


Current Research

Universities Performing Research 1983
-
2012

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

Florida International University

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

Northeastern 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

Construction Industry Institute


Non
-
governmental/non
-
profit


Voluntary organization


Small staff approx 20 people


Over 700 volunteers from industry


Collaboration with over fifty universities


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.

Examples of 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

CII Organization

Board of Advisors

Communities
of Practice

Product
Review
Board

Knowledge Creation

Knowledge Dissemination

Implementation
Strategy
Committee

Professional
Development
Committee

Benchmarking

& Metrics
Committee

Knowledge
Management
Committee

Special
Functions

Alliances

Conference
Committee

Finance
Committee

Membership
Committee

Nominating
Committee

Research
Teams

Academic
Committee

Breakthrough
Strategy
Committee

Research
Committee

Knowledge

Assessment

Knowledge

Management

Executive
Committee

Strategic
Planning
Committee

Standing Committees

Industry
-
Sector
Benchmarking

Strategic
Communications
Committee

Research Support Staff

Kristi Delaney

Sr. Program Coordinator

Steve Thomas

Associate Director

Jacqueline Thomas

Technical Writer/Editor



CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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.


CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic
Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



Research Committee

Randy Abdallah, Walbridge

Bruce Beck, Eli Lilly and Company

Richard Bonner, Eastman Chemical

Dr. John Borcherding, University of Texas at Austin

Barry Christen, URS Corporation,
Vice
-
Chair

Carol Conomos, Dresser
-
Rand Company

Chad Dorgan, McCarthy Building

Jim Gibson, Alstom Power

Dr. Daniel Halpin, Professor Emeritus, Purdue University

Don Leinweber, Mustang Engineering

Tom Napier, USACE

Brian Rhoades, Hargrove Engineers + Constructors

Cindy Richartz, Abbott,

Chair

Diego Romero,
Teck

Resources,

Ed Ruane, Fluor

Danny Scott, Yates Construction

Edward Sparks, Worley Parsons

Michael Stewart, Bechtel

Stan Tripp, ConocoPhillips

David Wolfson, Air Products and Chemicals,






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.

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

CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic
Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



Academic Committee


Newly chartered in 2006



Academic Committee Leadership


Chair


Paul Goodrum, University of
Colorado


Vice
-
chair


Ed Back, University of Alabama


Jr.
-
chair


Jochen

Teizer
, Georgia Tech

Academic Committee Subcommittees

Subcommittee

Chair

University

Webinar Sponsorship

Stu Anderson

Texas A&M

Annual Conference Speaker

Chema

de la Garza

Virginia Tech

Committee Website

Kim
LaScola

Needy

Arkansas

CRC Technical Session

Aminah Robinson

Alberta

Poster Session

Jochen

Teizer

Georgia Tech

CII Products in the
Classroom

Neil Eldin

Houston

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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

Academic Committee Members

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Thais

Alves

San Diego State

Stuart

Anderson

Texas A&M

Baabak

Ashuri

Georgia Tech

Salman

Azhar

Auburn

Ed

Back

Alabama

Dennis

Bausman

Clemson

Amir

Behzadan


Central Florida

Michael

Blackhurst

Texas

John

Borcherding

Texas

Richard

Burt

Auburn

Carlos

Caldas

Texas

Qian

Chen

Ohio State

Chung
-
Suk

Cho

North Carolina

Yong

Cho

Nebraska, Lincoln

Oswald

Chong

Kansas

Carol

Clevenger

Colorado State

Ivan

Damnjanovic

Texas A&M

Jesus

de la Garza

Virginia Tech

Abhijeet

Deshpande

Auburn

Carrie

Dossick

Washington

Islam

El
-
adaway

Mississippi State

Tamer

El
-
Diraby

Toronto

Mohamed

El
-
Gafy

Michigan State

Neil

Eldin

Houston

Aminah

Fayek

Alberta
-

Edmonton

Daniel

Forgues

Ecole

de
technologie

sup

Edd

Gibson

Arizona State

Sanjiv

Gokhale

Vanderbilt

Mani

Golparvar
-
Fard

Virginia Tech

Paul

Goodrum

Kentucky

David

Grau

Alabama

Bud

Griffis

NYU Poly

Carl

Haas

Waterloo

Awad

Hanna

Wisconsin

Marwa

Hassan

Louisiana State

Makarand

Hastak

Purdue

Kasun

Hewage

British Columbia

Jimmie

Hinze

Florida

Joe

Horlen

Texas A&M

Seokyon

Hwang

Lamar

Edward

Jaselskis

North Carolina State

Amy

Javernick
-
Will


Colorado

Hyung Seok

Jeong

Oklahoma State

Vineet

Kamat


Michigan

YoungCheol

Kang

Florida International

Kim

LaScola

Needy

Arkansas

SangHyun

Lee


Michigan

Fernanda

Leite

Texas

Scott

Mason

Clemson

Brenda

McCabe

Toronto

Carol

Menassa

Wisconsin

Cindy

Menches

IIT

John

Messner

Penn State

Giovanni

Migliaccio

Washington

R. Edward

Minchin

Florida

Keith

Molenaar

Colorado

Stephen

Mulva

Texas

Mohammad

Najafi

Texas
-
Arlington

William

O'Brien

Texas

Jim

O’Connor

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Jennifer

Shane

Iowa State

Pramen

Shrestha

Nevada
-
Las Vegas

Lucio

Soibelman

Carnegie
-
Mellon

Jongchul

Song

North Dakota State

Lingguang

Song

Houston

John

Taylor

Virginia Tech

Timothy

Taylor

f Kentucky

Jochen

Teizer

Georgia Tech

Ali

Touran

Northeastern

Yelda

Turkan

Iowa State

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
and

poster sessions.

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
educational
& professional development
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.


Academic Committee Leadership


Leadership of the Academic Committee shall consist
of a chairperson, vice
-
chairperson and committee
junior chairperson.




The leadership shall be selected from the AC
membership and shall serve two year terms.

Academic Committee Meetings


2013



With
CSCE 4
th

Construction Specialty
Conference:
Montreal, CA May 29
-
June 1st



With CII Annual
Conf
: Orlando, July
21
st



2014



TBD



With CII Annual
Conf
: Indianapolis, July 20
th


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CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking &
Metrics (Performance Assessment)


Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic
Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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.

CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic
Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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.


CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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

CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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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

CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



Strategic Communications
Committee


The Strategic Communications Committee was sanctioned by the
Executive Committee to improve CII’s overall communications and
value messaging to its membership and to the industry, which has
both an internal and external focus
.


The purpose of the committee is to:


support the vision and mission of CII through communications


improve
the quality, consistency, and alignment of core process and
standing committee communications to better deliver CII’s value
proposition


maintain
and promote CII’s brand and industry
leadership


maximize
communication channels to expand CII’s audience and
membership

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CII Standing Committees


Executive





Research





Academic




Benchmarking & Metrics




Implementation Strategy




Professional Development



Knowledge Management





Strategic Communications



Breakthrough Strategy



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.

CII RESEARCH PROCESS

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CII Research Team Process

2013 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

QS

RFQ Sent to

Academic

Community

Select

PIs

CII Funds PI Travel

(Prior to Proposal
Approval)

Execute
MOA w/

Universities

PI Selection and Proposal Development


Feb 1
RFQ Sent to Academic Community


Feb 8
&
11 Pre
-
Qualifications
Submittal Web
Meeting
(?)


Mar
4
Qualifications Submittal Due to CII


Apr 10
Topic & PI Selection Announced


Apr
12 Notification of Successful PIs Complete


May 20
-
24
RT Kickoffs at
CII (Backup in June)


May 24
-

Aug 31 Proposal
Development


Jul
9 & 10
Proposal Progress Update to
RC


Aug 31 Proposal Due to CII


Sep 3 & 4 Proposal Presentations to RC


Sep 18
-
19 Proposal Budget Approval by CII



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More on the RFQ


Request for Qualifications and Interest to be sent to
the academic community NLT Feb 1st


Academic researchers desiring to receive the RFQ
should provide the CII Program Coordinator, Kristi
Delaney (
kldelaney@mail.utexas.edu
) their CV NLT
Jan 30th


PI statement of Q&I must be submitted IAW
instructions provided in the RFQ and will be due NLT
Mar 4
th




A pre Q&I submittal conference call will be scheduled
IAW RFQ instructions to clarify requirements as
necessary. (Feb 8 & 11)


2013


2014


2015

1 Q

2 Q

3 Q

4 Q

PRB 1
st

draft (Feb
)

& Research Report Draft

PRB 2
nd

draft (May)

AC tryouts (Mar)

Dress Reh (Jun)

TM

TM

AC

Annual Conference

PRB

Product Review Board

TM

Research Team meeting

31 Aug:

2nd
Interim Report

28 Feb
:
1st
Interim Report

RT Life Cycle & Typical Milestones

Team
Kickoff

May/June

TM

TM

TM

TM

TM

TM

TM

Report out at AC

Research
Report
due

Sep:

Web conference with


Research Committee

TM

TM

TM

TM

TM

Proposal
Development

TM

TM

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Academic Committee Website

Webinar 1

How to Participate in CII

Questions?

CII Academic Community Webinars


Webinar 1


January 28,
2
:00


4:00 PM CST


“How
to Participate in
CII”



Webinar 2


February 4, 2:00


4:00 PM CST


“The CII Proposal Process”



Webinar 3


April 17, 2:00


4:00 CDT


“How
to Successfully Execute a CII
Project



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