After watching our video series, you’re ready for action. Follow Ori’s step-by-step guide below, which tells you exactly what to do when — with helpful downloads along the way.
8-12 weeks before installation
A successful installation starts with tight knit communication before we arrive on-site. Coordinate the receiving, delivery and site review process with your Ori Project Manager. If you do not know who your Ori Project Manager is, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 weeks before Installation
Team members should arrive on-site prepared and knowledgeable. A short time spent watching videos (above) and reviewing manuals beforehand can save hours, if not days, over the course of a project.
1 week before Installation
It is best practice to have copies of these documents printed and in a binder on-site with each team. Although tablets will also work, mobile devices are not recommended for Manuals and Schematics.
Beginning of Installation
After receiving the material at your local storage facility or on-site, you should sort and move items directly to their final apartments, on the delivery date. Do not leave any material in the common areas of the building.
Throughout the installation
Throughout the delivery & install process, focus on efficiency. If issues are encountered and basic troubleshooting fails, teams should record the issue in the Ori Installation Assistant and move on to the next best task - keeping the project moving forward.
At the end of every day
Make sure you grow well versed in utilizing the Ori Installation Assistant on your mobile device frequently when on site. Teams are expected to take ‘Product Snapshots’ of every system worked on, each day.
If something goes wrong
Any changes to the project scope (change orders) should be provided to Ori within 24 hours of identifying the necessary change. All change orders must include resource, schedule and cost implications.
Do not get too far ahead in the project with semi-complete products lingering behind. Be sure to complete the assembly, movement activation, quality check, punchlist and trash removal before moving onto the next set.
When a system is complete, and project close-out
Teams can begin to finalize a product's installation when the assembly is complete and it has been programmed and moved successfully 10 times without any obstructions. Final close-out involves recording serial numbers, completing the punchlist and reviewing the system with an Ori Project Manager.