The PCR works through a brief agenda. Informal discussions of topics may include change orders, claims, line item overruns, maintenance of traffic issues and any other project issues that the review team wishes to discuss. Often issues are resolved with good communication on the project but lessons can be learned from the group resolutions. These conversations are encouraged to be shared as well for the benefit of all. They are documented in fact sheets. The review process is meant to provide a learning platform to help promote better design processes and policies. It is NOT considered an audit of the project in any manner.
Once the review meeting is completed, a site visit is often performed for photo documentation and insight to the discussed issues. Within a week, the PCR Coordinator sends a draft copy of the fact sheet, which categorizes the details of the issues and solutions that were discussed, to the review team for evaluation. After revisions are made, the finalizes fact sheet is distributed to key personnel both inside KYTC and to the private sector, i.e., the consulting and construction industry. The fact sheet data is also inputted and made available on our Lessons Learned GIS Database.
If you have any further questions please contact the PCR Coordinator