The world will increasingly rely on Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) to meet its emission reduction targets as it transitions its sources of energy generation. Compared to other generation alternatives, SMRs provide a safer, more reliable, economical, and environmentally responsible alternative for energy generation to supply industry and society.
With the planned pace of energy transition, realizing the potential of SMRs to help meet global emissions targets will require intense cooperation and collaboration amongst stakeholders, that includes: Governments, Regulators, Local Communities, Financial Community, SMR Technology Providers, Electrical Generation Utilities, Industrial Owners, Supply Chains, Project Managers, Engineers, and Constructors.
CII’s groundbreaking research was developed and published in partnership with industry and academia – “Integrated Project Delivery for Industrial Projects” in August of 2018. Known as Industrial IPD this innovative approach to project delivery for industrial projects has been shown to significantly improve design optimization and reduce construction risks by fostering trust, transparency, and alignment between project key stakeholders. Industrial IPD has been shown to reduce risks, costs, schedules and delays while increasing safety, quality, innovation, and value. Industrial IPD uses many of CII’s Best Practices as part of its Framework approach to setting projects up for success.
Join PTAG’s Michael Dubreuil and Bruce Burwell along their CII colleagues as they present an update on how Industrial IPD and CII Best Practices are supporting early first-mover SMR projects in both the United States and Canada with growing international interest.
Wed, Oct 25, 2023 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
In this webinar, you will learn the following:
- The projected SMR market demand
- Early adopters of Industrial IPD for SMRs
- What are the key features and benefits of Industrial IPD
- Several CII Best Practices that will help facilitate industry readiness