PROJECT SCOPE 6
Project Management | MGT 402
July, 25th, 2018
District4 project begins on Monday 3rd January 2011 with the booking of a location of the meeting by the manager. This is after the invitation of the stakeholders and preparation of the presentation by the manager. The project manager will conduct the meeting after all the stakeholder shave arrived.
The main objective of the project is to build a product warehouse move in district 4. This project can only get completed by completing and signing off of the drywall/framing, electricals, plumbing, and workbenches.
The project is scheduled to start on 3rd January 2011 with the following deliverables and be completed on 21st march 2011. The first day would be very busy since the project roll-out meeting and signing off will be held on the same day. The project starts with a kick-off meeting that is supposed to take one day. The project manager will develop status reports on the same day. In addition, the manager would meet with the team members. An initial meeting would be with framing or drywall, electrical, plumbing and finish teams. Finally, the project manager would meet student workers who will work on workbenches.
The manager would have two days to prepare a project charter, project plan, and communication plan. Eastside framing team would be in charge of the framing work which is scheduled to run for 15 days beginning on 3rd January 2011 and expected to be completed on 21st January 2011. The framing project will start with supply orders that would take three days then the building will commence and run for ten days inspection shall be done on a daily basis by the city and county officials. The framing building is expected to end on 14th January 2011.
Sparks electrical PM team would be in charge of the electrical project. The permit to install the electricity will be obtained from sparks electrical PM after which there will be a request for supply orders form the company. Then installation would commence that would commence and run for ten days. The city and county will inspect the electrical project for ten days. The installation is expected to end on 14th January 2011.
Waterworks plumbing team would be in charge of the plumbing part of the project. The plumbing supplies would be ordered and obtained in the first three days of project commencement as well as the plumbing permit. The installation will start and get completed in ten days, and the city and county would inspect the project for ten days. The installation is expected to end on 14th January 2011.
Woodwork carpentry team would be in charge of finishing work. The procurement of the supplies would take three days and then the work will commence and un for ten days. During the working, the city and county officials will be inspecting it, and the project is expected to be completed by 14th January 2011.
Student workers manufacturers would be in charge workbenches part of the project. Supply orders would take two days and then the work will commence and continue for 15 days. The project manager would inspect the quality of the benches on a daily basis for those 15 days.
Production and non-production equipment packing would take two days on 3rd and 4th of January 2011 and moved on the third day for the site. Within the first three days, the project manager would review contractor work, release and pay them.
|No.||Milestone||Start date||End date||dependencies|
|1||Project start||1/3/2011||1/21/2011||Project manager|
|2||Framing supply orders||1/3/2011||1/5/11||East side Framing|
|3||Electricals supply orders||1/3/2011||1/5/2011||Sparks electricals|
|4||Plumbing supply orders||1/3/2011||1/5/2011||Waterworks plumbing|
|5||Dry wall order supplies||1/3/2011||1/5/2011||East side framing|
|6||Finish work||1/3/2011||1/5/2011||Woodcraft and carpentry|
|7||Work benches||1/3/2011||1/5/2011||Student workers|
|8||Framing building and inspection||1/5/2011||1/14/2011||East side Framing and city & county|
|9||Electricals installation and inspection||1/5/2011||1/14/2011||Sparks electricals and city & county|
|10||Plumbing installation and inspection||1/5/2011||1/14/2011||Waterworks plumbing and city & county|
|11||Dry wall installation and inspection||1/5/2011||1/21/2011||East side framing and city & county|
|12||Finish work installation and inspection||1/5/2011||1/21/2011||Woodcraft and carpentry and city & county|
|13||Workbenches building and quality inspection||1/5/2011||1/21/2011||Student workers and project manager|
The equipment that is used in the site shall be subject to approval by the company, and they shall be adequately maintained. The equipment shall meet the following requirements;
• The equipment should be ISO certified
• The equipment should meet the IEC standards
• The equipment should meet the local regulatory requirements.
All the concrete works, permanent labeling, transportation arrangements and parking of transport together with the storage of their components is the contractor’s responsibility. The disposal or packing, site, and storage area is the customer’s responsibility.
Fuel for equipment, accommodations, and water for earthworks would be excluded.
Review with customers
The project shall be reviewed with the customer to identify the completed deliverables in order to determine whether the project has met its objectives (William Dow & Taylor, 2010). Team members shall also be involved in the review process where they will be answered all the questions they might have concerning the project (Drucker, 2012). Any areas that have not been met shall be revisited and reasons why it failed listed and addressed. The cost shall be on either the contractor or customer depending on the reasons behind the failure is there is any (Yuhua, 2010).
Drucker, P. (2012). The practice of management. Routledge.
William Dow, P. M. P., & Taylor, B. (2010). Project management communications bible (Vol. 574). John Wiley & Sons.
Yuhua, S. (2010). Construction Project Construction Management [J]. Value Engineering, 16, 063.