Process & Industrial

Capital Matters

Operational Readiness: The overlooked key to capital effectiveness By Rob Bailey & Tim Trott Read More
Silos Are Safe Before we dive in, I wanted to start by addressing the coronavirus affecting our daily lives. These are challenging times for everyone, and I hope ... Read More
Every Capital Project is Schedule Driven … Until it’s Not As an industry that’s dedicated to finding new solutions, many capital projects still suffer from some of the same mistakes. One mishap I see happen ... Read More
Embracing a New Cycle of Capital Project Execution At Day & Zimmermann, one of our core values is diversity. We believe that people of different backgrounds, with different experiences and diversity ... Read More
Investment Bankers vs. Capital Projects: Which Creates Value? I was recently at an industry conference where there was a panel discussing consolidation in the process and industrial market. Among the topics ... Read More
Recalculating Route: What GPS Can Teach Us About Delivering Better Projects Not very long ago, if you got stuck in bad traffic and wanted to find another route to your destination you either had to pull over to the side of ... Read More
Two Trends Impacting Capital Effectiveness in 2018 As 2018 begins there is plenty of reason for optimism for asset owners in the process and industrial markets. One in three construction firms in the ... Read More
Bridging the Supply Chain-Plant Management Disconnect According to a report from the McKinsey Global Institute, labor productivity in the construction industry has lagged behind labor productivity in ... Read More
The Capital Effectiveness Conundrum Capital effectiveness. It’s the Holy Grail for construction, maintenance and engineering capital projects in the process and industrial market. But ... Read More
The Hidden Benefit of Capital Effectiveness Programs: Safety Some believe that efficiency and safety are incompatible and that in order to maximize productivity and minimize downtime, safety becomes a casualty ... Read More