January 2011 Vol. 238 No. 1

Features

Identifying Time Constraints When Designing And Building A Strategic Pipeline

Time constraints in pipeline project execution can involve either the construction phase or the overall project cycle duration, which mainly depends on the root cause of the time constraint from several perspectives such as high risk due to construction in an unsecured area, government instructions or whether the project is part of a strategic program. The knowledge of where the time constraint is assigned can help the project designers to create a design for a shorter execution duration. Value engineering is the most practical technique for implementing this orientation. It is a very useful tool for cost optimization in a pipeline or any other project, but its influence on proj

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