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Integrating Sustainability Into Major Projects

Best Practices and Tools for Project Teams

McPhee, Wayne / Dias, Sabrina M.

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1. Auflage März 2020
272 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-55790-6
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A practitioner-focused guide featuring tools, models, and experience from the front lines of sustainability management on major projects

With the growing need for sustainability management on large resource, infrastructure and power projects, this book provides project teams and sustainability practitioners with the practical advice, tools, and resources they need to create better projects. It offers extensive guidance for integrating sustainability into project design, planning and delivery. In each chapter, the authors provide invaluable sustainability management strategies and sample tools for project execution plans, engineering decision-making, stakeholder engagement tracking, logging commitments and follow-up actions, permit tracking, and construction management.

Integrating Sustainability into Major Projects: Best Practices and Tools for Project Teams begins by introducing readers to the topic, as well as the common terminology. It then offers readers an overview of major projects, covering types of projects and project structures, the key players, and how to understand and manage different perspectives of time and space. Next, it looks at standards and guidelines, followed by chapters on: Project Management; Managing Risk and Opportunity; Sustainability Management Tools; Approvals and Permits; Design; Procurement; Construction Management; Commissioning; and more. This book:
* Provides analysis tools and resources that practitioners and project teams can use to successfully integrate and manage sustainability into major project design and delivery including industrial, resource, power, and infrastructure projects;
* Guides readers on how to work with local communities, engage with stakeholders and develop sustainability programs that support project financing;
* Includes case studies, lessons learned and expertise from a wide range of actual major projects and the authors' professional experiences with integrating sustainability;
* Leads practitioners through the major project types and their typical components, structure, and timelines, and demonstrates how sustainability can be effectively integrated into each type of major project.

Integrating Sustainability into Major Projects provides the tools project teams need to successfully integrate sustainability into project design and management, making it an ideal tool for project teams and sustainability practitioners working on major resource, power, or infrastructure projects. It will also benefit project owners, organizational leaders, project finance professionals, government regulators and graduate students in engineering, project management, sustainability management, or environmental design and architecture.

About the Authors ix

Acknowledgments xi

Chapter 1 Introduction 1

1.1 Terminology 2

1.2 Creating Value by Integrating Sustainability 2

1.3 Creating a Sustainability Focus 4

1.4 Sustainability is a Team Sport 10

1.5 Who is This Book For? 12

1.6 How to Use This Book 13

Chapter 2 Overview of Major Projects 15

2.1 What is a Major Project? 16

2.2 Types of Major Projects 16

2.3 Types of Project Structures 19

2.4 Key Players 24

2.5 Managing Time and Space 25

2.6 Project Lifecycle 27

2.7 Summary 29

Chapter 3 Standards and Guidelines 31

3.1 Getting Started 32

3.2 International Standards and Guidelines 32

3.3 Industry Guidelines 40

3.4 Discipline Guidelines 43

3.5 Responsible Project Financing 45

3.6 Sustainable and Responsible Investing 46

3.7 Managing Standards and Guidelines 47

3.8 Summary 48

Chapter 4 Understanding What is Important 51

4.1 Mapping Sustainability Topics 52

4.2 Mapping External Factors 53

4.3 Value Chain Analysis 58

4.4 Focus on Materiality 65

4.5 Summary 68

Chapter 5 Project Management 71

5.1 Sustainability Steering Committee 72

5.2 Project Charter 74

5.3 Sustainability Policy 75

5.4 Project Goals 77

5.5 Structuring the Project Organization 78

5.6 Project Execution Plan 79

5.7 Project Schedule 81

5.8 Project Communications Plan 82

5.9 Change Management 85

5.10 Project Team Roles and Responsibilities 86

5.11 Summary 88

Chapter 6 Stakeholder Engagement 89

6.1 Reasons to Engage 90

6.2 Identifying Stakeholders 91

6.3 Understanding Project Stakeholders 95

6.4 Engaging 97

6.5 Documenting Engagement 101

6.6 Communicating 101

6.7 The Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) 103

6.8 Community Agreements 105

6.9 Additional Tools 105

6.10 Summary 106

Chapter 7 Managing Risk and Opportunity 107

7.1 Risk Workshops 108

7.2 Project Risk Register 112

7.3 Risk Management Plans 116

7.4 Opportunity Management 120

7.5 Summary 123

Chapter 8 Sustainability Management Tools 125

8.1 Sustainability Integration Framework 125

8.2 Management Systems 127

8.3 Managing Commitments 129

8.4 Developing a Commitments Action Log 132

8.5 Managing Complaints 136

8.6 Developing a Complaint Mechanism 139

8.7 Monitoring Sustainability Performance 143

8.8 Summary 144

Chapter 9 Approvals and Permits 145

9.1 Approvals 145

9.2 Permits 148

9.3 Summary 149

Chapter 10 Design 151

10.1 Design Basis 152

10.2 Selecting a Location 153

10.3 Community Design Workshops 156

10.4 Innovation 159

10.5 Decision Making 160

10.6 Designing for Climate Change 168

10.7 Summary 172

Chapter 11 Procurement 175

11.1 Procurement Plan 176

11.2 Economic Development Plan 179

11.3 Equipment and Materials 182

11.4 Supplies and Services 185

11.5 Logistics 186

11.6 Contractors 189

11.7 Summary 193

Chapter 12 Construction Management 195

12.1 Transition to Construction 196

12.2 Stakeholder Communications During Construction 197

12.3 Public Safety 202

12.4 Environmental Management 205

12.5 Working with Contractors 210

12.6 Permit to Work System 212

12.7 Construction Sustainability Metrics 214

12.8 Creating a Sustainability Culture 216

12.9 Summary 219

Chapter 13 Commissioning 221

13.1 Commissioning Team 222

13.2 Management Systems 222

13.3 Stakeholder Engagement 223

13.4 Communications 225

13.5 Completion and Demobilization 225

13.6 Summary 226

Chapter 14 Closure 227

14.1 Closure Planning 227

14.2 Transition to Closure 229

14.3 Design for Closure 231

14.4 Progressive Reclamation 232

14.5 Summary 234

Chapter 15 Wrap-Up 235

15.1 It's a New World for Delivering Major Projects 235

15.2 So, What Can Project Teams Do? 236

15.3 Managing Complexity 237

15.4 What Does It Cost? 237

15.5 Getting Started 238

15.6 Sharing Your Stories 238

15.7 Final Word 239

Appendix A PESTLe Table of External Factors 241

Appendix B Stakeholder Summary Template 245

Appendix C Stakeholder Engagement Plan Sample Table of Contents 247

Appendix D Stakeholder Communications Planning for Construction 249

Index 251
WAYNE MCPHEE, M.ENG, P.ENG, MBA is a seasoned sustainability specialist who has worked on major projects in the mining, energy, and infrastructure sectors, and has led international cross-discipline project sustainability programs within global engineering firms. He has worked for over 25 years as a consultant and within corporate teams on environmental and sustainability challenges.

SABRINA M. DIAS, MES, P.ENG Works in the extractive sector in mitigating environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks to achieve long-term costs savings for global, multi-billion dollar projects. With over 20 years' experience, she is a thought-leading public speaker and lecturer at mining conventions, sustainability conferences and universities. Sabrina is Founder and CEO of SOOP Strategies Inc., a highly specialized consulting firm dedicated to transformational sustainability solutions for clients around the world.