Project Prioritisation

Prioritising the SCIRT rebuild work involved understanding and managing the influences on the programme while completing the most important projects first.
Doing the right thing at the right time in the right place - as well as coordinating all the work to minimise disruption - was key.
A project prioritisation process evolved to ensure that SCIRT repaired and rebuilt the right projects in the right order.
The process was managed by the Project Definition Team.
Glossary terms:

  • Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA)

  • Medical and emergency, schools, hospitals, transportation (MESHT)

Last updated
12:48pm 21st November 2017
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Project prioritisation - right thing, right time, right place
Project prioritisation - right thing, right time, right place
A document which outlines how SCIRT prioritised the 634 construction projects within its programme of work.
Project Prioritisation Management Plan
Project Prioritisation Management Plan
A document which describes SCIRT's framework, principles and process of defining projects and the process of prioritising those projects.
Multi Criteria Analysis Asset Prioritisation Tool
Multi Criteria Analysis Asset Prioritisation Tool
A document which outlines the processes involved in the Multi Criteria Analysis Asset Prioritisation tool. It also talks about assumptions made and potential gaps.
What to rebuild, where and when
What to rebuild, where and when
A presentation given at the New Zealand Geospatial Research Conference 2015.
Rebuild schedule map
Rebuild schedule map
An example of the five year rebuild schedule map created as part of the prioritisation process detailing where and when construction would start. The data behind this map was updated every quarter.
Rebuild actual start date map
Rebuild actual start date map
A map showing the actual construction start dates.