Keeping every member of a project team up-to-date can be arduous. Historically, the production of weekly, or bi-weekly, reports depleted the planning department's valuable time and resources, and reducing this expenditure wasn't possible without significant compromises to project members.
A problem often faced by large-scale projects is how to integrate both owner and contractor schedules into a single, cohesive plan—without granting contractors access to the owner’s IT network.
We are delighted to announce the introduction of Safran Cloud: an on-demand cloud-driven service that provides access to the latest generation of Safran’s project controls applications – Safran Project and Safran Risk – whenever and wherever you need them.
Safran hosted a live and interactive webinar, featuring guest speaker Jonas Gran who was a Project Planner on the Oslo Gardermoen Airport Terminal 2 project.
Today is the big day for Oslo Airport as it opens its new Terminal 2 building.
The Terminal 2 extension project took a total of 9-years to complete, with a cost of nearly 2 billion USD, but now Norway’s main airport is ready to better serve the 26 million passengers that pass through its doors every year.
Project success is frequently defined as the ability to deliver a product that completely satisfies the requirements of the customer, on-time, and on-budget.
To help project leaders achieve this goal it's imperative they follow: 'The Five Immutable Principles of Project Success' – a set of guidelines that act as a framework to search for answers in any number of different scenarios and situations.
On the 20th of April, 2017, Safran hosted a live, free and interactive webinar, featuring guest speaker Craig Veteto, President of Global Project Solutions.
Risk is such a fundamental aspect of capital project management that it can be difficult to know where to focus your efforts. The top reasons for capital project failure often involve shortfalls in predictability or performance.
Together, Synchro and Safran give you the opportunity to run visual simulations to build a stronger and more robust project schedule before construction starts.
UPDATE:This webinar has passed, if you would like to learn about Glen Alleman's five principles, an how Safran Project and Risk can support them, you can now watch the recording: