We use physical and virtual models and tools to get a practical hands-on experience with working on the project

How physical AND VIRTUAL models and tools are used in RoC drills

Experience shows that the use of physical and virtual models and tools adds two extra dimensions to what is normally achieved through workshops; By rehearsing with models the participants get a realistic visual impression of the project and by using tools the participants will teach each other their respective interdependencies.

The use of physical AND VIRTUAL models and tools

• Provides an effective physical or virtual visualization.

• Make discussions follow the natural flow of the project

• Highlights interfaces between participants

• Provides realism to discussions and constitutes a reality check

• Make discussions visual, concrete and focused

• Stimulates imagination and generates ideas

• Visualizes opportunities and demonstrates conflicts

What people say about RoC Drill

"Overall, we are happy with the result of the exercise and definitely recommend getting Kim’s help in testing contingency plans for the handling of major breakdowns."

Rasa Krutulyte - Senior Asset Integrity Manager, DONG Energy Wind Power

What people say about RoC Drill

“The result for Gode Wind of executing ROC Drills is stress test of schedules, alignment of interfaces, Risk assessment, Health & Safety Environment assessment, insure implementation of lesson learned. Furthermore, the project gained a clear view on the split of responsibility between internal resources and external stakeholders. The ROC Drill concept for testing the plan for larger construction projects can only be recommended.”

Jens Poulsen - Deputy EPC Director, Gode Wind project



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