FRONT-END ENGINEERING DESIGN
The logical continuation of basic engineering design is the development of front-end engineering design
The logical continuation of basic engineering design is the development of front-end engineering design, in order to optimize the effectiveness of all aspects of the project.
A three-stage design approach is based on a logical sequence of events and a chronological sequence and preparation of incoming corrected information that facilitates the adoption of timely decisions based on three key success factors of the project: a single basis, consistent execution and predictable results - quantity, quality and schedule.
This approach makes it possible to provide a procedure for accelerated project implementation, while simultaneously monitoring changes, managing work that is not provided for at this stage of design, and carrying out work simultaneously in several places. A phased approach helps ensure consistency throughout the project implementation process, supports the possibility of introducing innovative technologies and high-quality project implementation processes, adapted to meet customer needs.
Front-end engineering design:
Provides an opportunity to provide individual project implementation strategies;
Contributes to the timely flow of information;
Provides efficient staffing;
Encourages timely contributions by customers, manufacturers, builders and other interested parties;
Focuses on critical decisions that mark the milestones of the project;
Contributes to project coherence and allows for risk response planning.