Arrow Energy Pty Ltd
Reviewed enterprise project structure
Work Breakdown Structure considered
Preliminary master program developed through a series of ‘live’ program workshops
The 450MW Braemar 2 Power Station was commissioned in 2009 and built at a cost of $550 million. In July 2011, Arrow took full ownership and operational control of the plant from ERM Power Ltd. Located 40km southwest of Dalby in South East Qld, the plant provides 3% to 4% of Queensland’s electricity.
In March 2011, RCP was engaged by Arrow Energy Pty Ltd to produce a Master Program for controlling and managing the transition of the ownership process from ERM Power to Arrow.
RCP’s role was to facilitate the efficient program management of the project through the production of a master program to capture the key activities for each of a number of sub project components including legal, HR, IT, operational and management issues, including their inter-relationship and dependency, to create a fully logic linked program network.
The Master Program developed by RCP provided Arrow with visibility of the critical path through the project, allowing the project team members to focus on the critical items requiring attention in order for the overall program timing to be maintained and for completion to be achieved on time and in the most efficient manner possible.
“In a short time frame, RCP developed a fit for purpose master program to provide us with clear visibility of the critical path for a successful deal outcome. This was used to focus on items requiring attention so deadline could be met.” Nick Binks, Arrow Energy Pty Ltd
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