Tuhaa Pae IV

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M/V Sayah

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System of Construction

CSC entered shipbuilding market in 2009. We are contracted to build one (1) combination Passenger/Cargo Vessel Project Tuhaa Pae IV. We use Ship Work Breakdown Structure (SWBS) System for Engineering, Planning and Monitoring Progress of the building project and uses the Hull Block Construction Method for shipbuilding.

 

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Process of Construction

  • Material Receipt – Inventoried and marked
  • Material Issuance – Traced
  • Steel material cutting
  • Move steel cuttings to small parts inventory and fabrication shop
  • Small parts and big parts sent to fab shop for fabrication of sub assemblies
  • Sub assemblies moved to building platforms for block fabrication
  • Fabricated blocks sent to staging area or slipway depending on schedule and availability
  • Fabricated blocks erected for movement into slipway
  • Block sections erected to form hull of the vessel

Planning

Set major Milestones

 

Detail Schedule broken down by SWBS

 

Detail of actual start and completion dates vs planned dates for monitoring

 

Developed a Project Schedule for presentation to staff and owners and to be used in production planning meetings

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Monitoring

Using the SWBS we are monitoring

 

  • Job progress completion
  • Hours used per SWBS
  • Consumables used per SWBS
  • Equipment used per SWBS
  • Management Briefings of Build status.
  • Actual vs. Budgeted man-hours.

 

Using the gathered information we are able to issue reports to management and the client as needed

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