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Just as we like to speak with our customers before we build the software that powers your company, each project needs to define what the details of success are, from concept to construction. Everyone wants to be on the same page and equally understand their role in the project, and we all strive to dig in deeply and ask the pertinent questions. But sometimes expectations don’t mirror reality. In plant design, we see this often when materials or design don’t work in ways the client has planned. These three questions, whether you’re analyzing a pressure vessel or building the next LNG plant, are the key to finishing a winning project:
1. Is the problem solved? It’s a little obvious, sure. But whenever you can reign the discussion back to what was the real problem we’re solving by this new design, you’re sure to align the project with business needs. Ultimately, the business made the decision to start this project for a business reason. Is your plan aligning with it? Does your plan tie back all of the details to this business problem?
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