About the webinar

Implementing AWP in a capital project organization will always have to start with an integration of the AWP system into an existing Stage-Gate System used by the company to organize project delivery. In this webinar, we will explain the key considerations in the overlap and integration between AWP and most common stage-gate systems as well as the relationship between AWP and the project authorization gate, also called Final Investment Decision (FID) gate. 

What You'll Learn

Exclusive Insights and Coaching

    1. Pre-Webinar Survey

    2. Copyright Notice

    1. Review of the Stage Gate System Definition & Industry History

    1. Closing the Planning & EPC Integration Gap

    1. Key AWP component integration with stage gate system

    1. Tips for the AWP champion

    2. Download The PDF Presentation of this Webinar

About this course

  • $299.00
  • 7 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content


Instructor Bio:

Olfa Hamdi is a co-inventor of the Advanced Work Packaging Methodology as a member of the research team RT-272 of the Construction Industry Institute (CII). She is a global expert in the strategic, construction-driven planning and execution of capital projects. She is an American-trained engineer, inventor and Silicon Valley entrepreneur who founded the Advanced Work Packaging Institute before co-founding Concord Project Technologies in 2016.

Olfa is a recognized international expert in the field of project management and a credited co-author of the three-volume industry bible on Advanced Work Packaging implementation. She led multiple audit missions of capital projects while working with Independent Project Analysis. She holds a Master of Science in Capital Project Management from The University of Texas at Austin, a Master of Science in Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Lille, and a graduate degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution for construction disputes from Texas School of Law.

Olfa Hamdi

Concord Academy Director


Instructor Bio:

Andrew Foy is a Construction Industry professional with 15 years of Capital Project experience in the Oil and Gas sector. He gained 10 years experience as a Project Manager, executing capital projects in Canada, to understand all facets of project delivery working for large Construction contractors.

He then transitioned to a full-time AWP Manager role in 2015, spending five years establishing AWP programs for three large downstream organizations, covering projects ranging from $100 million to several billion. This AWP experience includes early planning efforts during the engineering phases through to implementation of Work Face Planning in the field, including responsibility for writing AWP procedures for these clients and training of client and contractor personnel.

Andrew Foy

AWP Senior Instructor