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challenges, hit problems and was dependent on subcontractors solutions.” delivering. “We didn’t get it right all of the time, but enough An advantage was also was that Chrysaor, as a small or- of the time and very few things didn’t work for us,” says Ead- ganization, was able to be nimble. When issues arose, those ington. “Most of the suppliers delivered on time, but when dealing with them were able to make decisions and run with there was a delay we found time in the DSV schedule to make it there and then. things happen and we got there faster as a result,” says Fyfe. “It was a real challenge, but it was great to be involved and “If we had planned the project, there would have been fewer solve it,” says Fyfe. “The project team in Subsea 7 was rec- campaigns. But, doing it when we had vessels available meant ognized for their work as a team but the reality is the team we got the job done faster.” Eadington adds: “a big gain from included Emily and her colleagues as well and there was very a schedule perspective was that Subsea 7 was able to accom- little demarcation in a client contractor sense. We weren’t be- modate changes as the project gained complexity and propose ing man-marked. We had a common goal.”

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