The Fluor Method: Identifying Cost Effectiveness of Modularisation

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Fred Haney is the Senior Director of Design Engineering, Energy & Chemicals at Fluor Corporation. In this feature we ask him about the best approach to budget analysis and cost planning for modular construction in oil and gas.

Find out:

  • The main cost benefits of modularization
  • Example of how it’s a sound investment strategy that impacts project life cycle
  • The best strategies for increasing project productivity and quality
  • Top tips for performing cost analysis to better determine future opportunities within modularization

Fred has been with Fluor for 30 years and is responsible for modularization on a project management and engineering management basis. He is a subject matter expert on third generation modular execution globally, which is a design methodology that was developed to maximize modular execution. He has a background in mechanical engineering with a focus on materials, welding and corrosion, but his experience goes from the beginning to the end of a project’s lifecycle.

this feature to find out what Fred has to say about the cost benefits of modular construction.


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