How To Go From Bar Napkin To Successful Capital Project

October 5, 2022 - Author: Chris Arnold, Principal and Managing Director at ACS, Matt Thiel Principal and Director of Facility Planning and Integration

Categorized in:

Tags: ,

Identifying the need for a new capital project and seeing it through to completion are monumental tasks. Naturally, doing so while juggling a regular workload and sustaining business operations is like a high-wire balancing act. Sometimes, new capital projects start like many other corporate initiatives—a free-form sketch or vague concept drawn on a bar napkin during an early ideation stage.

But going from a rough draft to a well-conceived, well-defined project that will yield a successful outcome requires complete alignment across all stakeholder groups, not to mention time, expertise, and resources.

Read the full article here: How To Go From Bar Napkin To Successful Capital Project – Facility Executive

Learn about the six steps to planning a successful capital project.


Other Resources

The Key Benefits of Having an Environmental Chamber at Your Facility
Achieve More Consistent Results: The Benefits of an On-Site Environmental Chamber
environmental test chamber, dust chamber for dust test intrusion testing of EV battery packs under operating conditions
Chamber Made to Protect EV Batteries
Automotive Testing Technology International – Futureproofing