Engineering Procurement and Construction (Construction Management)    Sept 17 --  28, 2018   |  Houston


The complexities and challenges involved in managing EPC projects in today’s competitive environment whereby cost is required to be adequately controlled have made it necessary that in order to ensure success, control loss and mitigate risks, managers or officers involved in managing EPC projects must have fundamental knowledge of various aspects of the contract, understand responsibilities, with adequate knowledge on the current financial market situation with project management skill to coordinate all the EPC arms.


Course Outline











  • Overview of Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC)

  • Differentiating between Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) and Engineering Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM), EPCI – Engineering Procurement. Construction and Installation

  • Why do companies go into EPC and EPCM?

  • Advantages of EPC and EPCM

  • The coordinates of Engineering, Procurement, Installation & Commissioning

  • Introduction to Project Management

  • The Bridge between Project Management and EPC/EPCM

  • Understanding the engineering aspect of EPC

  • Economic assessment of projects and feasibility studies

  • Decision Making Tree  in Deciding Projects

  • Drafting Project Implementation Notes: Strategies

  • Front End Engineering and Design (FEED)

  • Setting up engineering design team

  • Specifications and compliances

  • Strategic Planning

  • Developing procurement strategy, procurement processes

  • Introduction to Operations and supply chain management

  • Contracts management

  • Drafting contracts, Key processes in contracts, key contracts and legal terms

  • Tendering, bidding, negotiation

  • Contract Analysis

  • Vendor selection and qualification

  • Contractors relationship

  • Contractual risk management, Contract Dispute resolution

  • Legal and commercial issues on contract

  • Construction and project management

  • Team building
  • Project risk management

  • Legal issues and challenges

  • Time management

  • Inspection, Quality, HSE

  • Distant Project Management

  • Community Relations

  • Successful  & Failed EPC

  • eam building

  • Review


    Who should attend

  • Engineers, Technical Directors,

  • Project managers, Accountants, Contract Managers,

  • Contractors, supervisors, and personnel that would benefit from this course



  • Course Duration:    Sept 17 -28, 2018



School of Energy & Corporate Leadership (SECOL) is a global organization  that uses award winning experts in  providing training in the areas of energy, oil, gas, petrochemicals, regulations, law, leadership, organizational development , management, finance and economics. We believe strongly in the philosophy that humans are the greatest assets of any country or organization, and therefore should be nurtured with continuous quality training to enhance productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, reliability and competitiveness. SECOL will continue to create dynamic environment for capacity building, ensuring high performance, strategic agility, and leadership that would help organizations attain their goals and enable nations optimize socio- economic growth.