Field Execution Management

Plan

Overview

INEIGHT PLAN

InEight Plan provides you with a field-proven methodology for engineering and construction work planning, packaging and quantity claiming with rules of credit.

From complex, multi-week work packages to daily crew plans, InEight Plan simplifies the process of planning any scope of work along with the required resources, such as labor, equipment and materials. Work plans can also include safety, risks and environmental information to ensure that field personnel have full visibility to important issues that impact performance.

Features

Simplify the Work Planning Process

COMPILES KEY INFORMATION IN ONE PLACE

to efficiently organize and communicate the work

DEFINES THE SCOPE OF WORK

by referencing WBS items, cost codes and components

LISTS SPECIFIC LABOR, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS

to ensure the right resources are available when needed

DEFINES PRODUCTIVITY GOALS

to drive top performance

MANAGES RISK USING TOOL BOX TALKS

to call out quality, safety, environmental and other issues

ENABLE A REVIEW AND APPROVAL PROCESS FOR PLANS

Accurately Break Down Work

DEFINES APPROPRIATE METHOD FOR TRACKING QUANTITIES

based on the contract

UTILIZES WEIGHTED RULES OF CREDIT

for quantity claiming and progress measurement

ENABLES QUANTITY CLAIMING AT THE COMPONENT LEVEL

GETS REAL-TIME PERCENT COMPLETE STATUS

as plans are executed

Sound Familiar?

Field Engineer

I need a way to keep track of the project progress at a level of detail below the cost code.  Doing that with spreadsheets is an error waiting to happen, and then someone still has to update the cost system manually.

Cost Engineer

When I put together a pay request I need backup to justify the quantities I’m billing for.  It’d be great if there was an easy way to provide a detailed summary of what has been installed on the various pay items to submit with the request.

Program Manager

To mitigate risk, it’s critical that we collaborate effectively with our contractor partners and have visibility into the planning and packaging of the work. We need a system that automates that entire process.