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Production Plants Programme Partner (4P) Strategy Development Day 7 May 2013. NO MARKING REQUIRED. Welcome and Purpose. Purpose of the Day: To proactively engage with, and involve all areas of the Supply Chain to help shape the 4P strategy moving forward.

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Production plants programme partner 4p strategy development day 7 may 2013

Production Plants Programme Partner (4P)Strategy Development Day7 May 2013

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Welcome and purpose

Welcome and Purpose

Purpose of the Day:

  • To proactively engage with, and involve all areas of the Supply Chain to help shape the 4P strategy moving forward.

  • To listen to what the Supply Chain has to say, and give you a opportunity to contribute through interactive sessions.

  • To give an opportunity to various stakeholder groups to gain a better understanding of the 4P acquisition.

    What does a successful day look like?

  • Everyone has a chance to contribute during the day

  • It feels different to a standard industry day

  • We get information that is useful to the optioneering and selection of an appropriate commercial model

  • We all enjoy the day

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Production plants programme partner 4p strategy development day 7 may 2013

Key Note SpeechSimon WittridgeHead of Engineering and Project Delivery, Waste & Effluent Disposition (WED)

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Simon wittridge
Simon Wittridge

Vision:

We jointly develop and implement innovative, cost effective and risk reducing solutions.

Objectives:

Maintain excellent safety performance

Deliver more work for the same money through delivery efficiencies

Improve the level of risk reduction per £ spent on projects and tasks

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Simon Wittridge

Maintain excellent safety performance

Catastrophe

1

10

Fatality

100

Serious Injury

1000

Minor Injury

10000

Near Miss

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Simon Wittridge

Deliver more work for the same money through delivery efficiencies

£30m

SL

£30m

Stand Alone

Contracts

£4m

SL

£16m

MDSW

£20m

Design

Projects & Asset Care - £100m/Year

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Simon Wittridge

Improve the level of risk reduction per £ spent on projects and tasks

Everyone delivering the portfolio as one team.

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Simon Wittridge

Opportunity to improve but don’t throw out what is good

A truly successful contract provides maximum profit with optimised customer outcomes – obvious – but not always the case

Attendance today is really appreciated to help us construct the right delivery model so that we might all be successful.

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Scope

Scope

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Scope

Is 4P a contract or a concept?

Conceptually we want to deliver Asset Care work more efficiently than we currently do

…but you can’t compete a concept

At its simplest level

The Production Plants Programme Partner will Workwith SL and DSA to deliver Asset Care Tasks and Projects within Production Operations Areas

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Will work
“will Work”

Elements of work to be delivered comprise

Schedule Integration and Master Planning.

Task/Project Management and Project Controls

Delivery Innovation

Design for Manufacture capability

Procurement of raw materials and P&E

Blue collar delivery and management capability (See breakdown)

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With sl and dsa to deliver
“with SL and DSA to deliver”

Front End/studies

SL gated Process – DDG to Completion

SL gated Process – IPG to DDG

LTPR Production

Minor/ Straightforward Tasks

Larger / more complex tasks

Projects

SL

DSA

4P

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Asset care tasks and projects
“Asset Care Tasks and Projects”

Planned

Maintenance

Asset Care

Tasks and Projects

Major Projects

Obsolescence/end of Life Replacement

System Upgrades

Minor Plant Enhancements and remedial work

LTPR Implementation work

Shutdown Planning

Small number of Projects, large number of tasks

Value range Few £k to £5m

Routine Maintenance by

SL Resources

Potential for overlap/use of SL

craft resource when available

Large ‘New Build’ Projects

Via Major Projects

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Asset care tasks and projects1
Asset Care Tasks and Projects

Projects & Asset Care - £100m/Year

Max Scope of 4P

£30m

SL

£30m

Stand Alone

Contracts

£4m

SL

£16m

MDSW

Engineering Services

£20m

Design

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Asset Care Tasks and Projects

Typical blue collar work breakdown.

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Procurement plan

Procurement Plan

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Procurement plan key dates

Procurement Plan – Key Dates

The project team is working to the key indicative dates below:

Market Engagement Conducted April / May 2013

Business Case Approved August 2013

Pre-Qualification Questionnaire Released September 2013

Invitation to Tender Released December 2013

Preferred Bidder Announcement October 2014

Contract Award December 2014

If you have any concerns with the dates for the competition please refer to these in your feedback form at the end of the day or speak to one of the project team.

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Socio economic and sme agenda

Socio Economic and SME Agenda

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John sidney head of supply chain strategy

John Sidney, Head of Supply Chain Strategy

The Nuclear Family

John Reynolds, Head of Strategic Communications

May 7, 2013

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Happy families mutual dependency
Happy families … mutual dependency

e.g. Innovation via SMEs

e.g. Infrastructure to deliver

e.g. Environmental Stewardship

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Production plants programme partner 4p strategy development day 7 may 2013

  • How do we ensure that SMEs can compete on a level playing field?

  • Key drivers from Europe – Employability and SME development

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Commercial model optioneering

Commercial Model Optioneering opportunities for us at a local level

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Commercial model optioneering1

Commercial Model Optioneering opportunities for us at a local level

T1 Partnership

Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Partnership

T1 Managing Agent

SL

Super Prime

SL

SL

SL

T1

T1

T2

T2

T2

T2

T2

T2

T1

T2

T2

T2

T3

T3

T3

T2

T2

T2

SL Integrated

SL

T1

T1

T1

Some example pictures:

T1 = Direct subcontractor to Sellafield Ltd (SL),

T2 = subcontractor to main T1 contracting entity or ‘doer’ level of contractors in managing agent.

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Commercial model optioneering2

Commercial Model Optioneering opportunities for us at a local level

What does your 4P look like?

Key Attributes

SL

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Benefits cultural behavioural change and transition

Benefits, Cultural & Behavioural Change and Transition opportunities for us at a local level

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Production plants programme partner 4p strategy development day 7 may 2013

Closing Speech opportunities for us at a local levelSimon WittridgeHead of Engineering and Project Delivery, Waste & Effluent Disposition (WED)

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