It would be India’s first ultra-super critical thermal power plant. NTPC had four decades of experience delivering similar projects. Their teams were among the best anywhere. They still faced tough challenges. How to line up so many internal and external partners? How to avoid expensive delays?
Over the course of the project the L&T team faced down a series of major challenges, from cyclones to a vendor bankruptcy. And they overcame them all.
Urgent need to simplify schedules given the multitude of vendors, parts, drawings, and tasks.
The project involved over 30 large contractors, multiple sub-contractors, and vendors.
Multiple data tracking systems meant teams had no single version of the truth, limiting smart, proactive steps to reduce delays.
Since traditional systems showed what already happened, management was always reacting to emerging situations.
Without early warning signals, and a true picture of reality, teams often got late-breaking bad news, causing avoidable delays.
Within a month of implementing SMART Project Delivery, our team had complete visibility into bottleneck areas. We were able to take a lot of actions proactively. We had full control over due dates and were able to meet our major milestones on time.
The SMART System pointed to areas for immediate attention and looming bottlenecks. Management could be proactive, they could focus on the right tasks, and better control the project. Powered by:
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