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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

RESIDENTIAL PROJECT

SUBMITTED BY. SUBMITTED TO.


CHADAR PRAKASH SUTAHR AR.SHIVIR SETIA
RISHAH KUMAWAT AR.HIMANSHU NANDIWAL
VERNIKA AGARWAL
OM PRAKASH
SHAREYA JAIN
RESIDENTIAL PROJECT

BUILDING CONCEPT LIGHT


The house has an industrialized theme, by using simple
structure and finishes. A full height glass panel at the side of
the house show casing the spiral staircase at the same time
bringing in natural lighting into the main spaces of the house. A
feature wall located at the front of the house right beside the
entrance, reusing the brick from the existing structure,
perforated to allow natural lighting and ventilation.
AIM

Aim of the project is to explore the re-developement of


the existing residence according to the given brief of
the clients and to understand the decision making
process for such a project.

OBJECTIVE

1) To understand the working of a residential project at a


micro level.
2) To understanding issues and the challenges involved in
brownfield development.
3) To identify the sources and mechanisms of project
financing
4) To develop a complete Detailed Project Report that is
compatible to existing institutional framework.
METHADOLOGY

Project
Understanding management
project working team working
process
Identifying project aim and listing site Project team
requirements hierarchy
Listing and
Setting scope and Milesstones identifying their
work

Data collection

Market analysis

Project Phasing

Identifying work to each team member


according to set requirements and
milestones

Processing according to the set chart and


preparing drawings
UNDERSTANDING TIME SEGREGATION OF A
CONSTRUCTION PROCESS
If we consider that our project has started on the mentioned dates.
In order to understand and analyse the time required for the following
process.
CLOSING
MONITORING
AND CONTROL
EXECUTION

PLANNING
INITIATION

DURATION

Start date 1st January 2011

End date 31 December 2011

DURATION OF DIFFERENT PROCESSES

Initiation 1st Jan- 31 Jan (1month)


Planning 1nd Feb- 30 Mar (2months)
Execution 1st Apr - 25 Nov (8months)
Monitoring and control M&C for whole execution
Closing 1st Dec- 31 Dec (1month)
PLANNING FOR THE PROJECT

The Planning consists of those processes performed to establish:

DEVELOP COURSE OF
DEFINE AND REFINE
TOTAL SCOPE ACTION (required to attain
OBJECTIVES
objectives)

PROJECT PROJECT
MANAGEMENT PLAN DOCUMENTS

Other then life cycle all these parts of the plan explained later step
by step.

Scope management plan


• Requirements management plan
Schedule management plan
• Cost management plan
• Quality management plan
• Process improvement plan
• Human resource plan
• Procurement management plan

Risk management plan

Communications management plan


•--Costing according to works:
•Plumbing
•Concrete rods
•Paint
•Flooring material
•Electrical equipment
•Glass window
•Wood
•Cement
COST PLAN •bricks • The total calculation of cost
•labour plan and in addition it
includes extra estimated
ESTIMATED BUDGET cost for emergency needs.

All the material will be


PROCUREMENT procured before1st
PLAN may ( in accordance to
the assumed dates).

ENTERPRISE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

Environmental factors which may influence this project are:

ORGINISATION CULTURE
WORK HOUR HOLIDYS
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
FACTORS
FACTORS
(LIKE LOAD
(LIKE LABOUR STRIKE, SHEDDING, PUBLIC
SHORTAGE OF MATERIAL, STRIKE, POLITICAL
FACTORS, INFLATION,
LESS MAN POWER)
ETC)
PROJECT TEAM HIERARCHY

TEAM LEADER

PROJECT
TEAM MEMBER
MANAGER
PROJECT TEAM
ASSISTANTS

STAKEHOLDERS

STAKEHOLDER REGISTER:

Stakeholder Information given to the stakeholders


name
A  Monthly progress of the project.
 Project performance.
 Information about the risks involved in project.
B SUPPLIER  Monthly progress of the project.
 Project performance.
 Information about the risks involved in project.

STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

Stakeholder name Role Involvement priority impact

A Customer High Main Positive


B supplier Supplier Medium Main Positive
C Contractor Medium Main Positive

D Project manager Very high Main Very


positive
REQUIREMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN:

Stakeholders Requirements Criteria


A Project to be completed on Customer satisfaction, project execution
Customer time with good utilization of monetary and
other type of resources in the form of
time and human resource

C Satisfy customer by --------------


Company providing good result

Vendors/suppliers Supply things on time and --------------


get money
D Project to be completed on Success of the project as a whole and
Project Manager time with the full project completion on time with excellent
utilization of material and utilization of resource. Also the end
human resource. product with acceptance from the
customer
SITE ANALYSIS
SITE ANALYSIS
SITE ANALYSIS
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS

CIVIL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL


ENGINEERING

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

QUANTITY &SURVEYING
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
2.WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
1. MANAGEMENT PLANNING TIMELINE

DESIGN
PLANNING OPERATION / CONSTRUCTION COMMISSIONING TURNOVER
DEVELOPMEN
T
Pre-Design Design Post-Design Review Sustain
Optimize

Operations
Strategy

Operations Critical MOPs, SOPs


SOPs, MOPs, EOPs Developed
Planning Developed

Operations System
Implement Operations Systems
Populated

Operations Training Operations Program Implemented

Steel Structure Framing All MOPs, SOPs Developed; All


G Floor Procedures Reviewed &
• Reinforced Concrete slab Optimized
• Reinforced Concrete column
Cost Management • Reinforced Concrete beam
• Machinery • Brick walls
• Labor Cost Roof
1st Floor • Steel beam
Architect design • Reinforced Concrete slab, wood decking • Steel rafters and purlins
Engineer determine structure to be • Reinforced Concrete column • Steel sheet decking
remove and to be add. • Reinforced Concrete beam Architectural finishes
Interior design. • Lightweight panel walls, brick walls • Internal wall installation
2nd Floor • External wall painting
• Composite steel deck and reinforced concrete slab • Ceiling finishes
• Steel column • Floor composite metal deck
• Steel beam • Door and window installation
• Lightweight panel walls, brick walls • Roofing metal deck and steel
truss

Mechanical and Electrical work


• Conduit and wiring
• Piping system
• Sewage system

4.3 GANTT CHART


4.2 WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE

4.2.2.WORK SCOPE BREAKDOWN

DESIGN DESIGN POST


1 2 DESIGN Prepare Requests
Council
• Identify project • Develop detailed and submit further
programs and architectural design. application informatio
Assesse
requirement. • Develop structural design. n
s
• Identify design theme • Develop detailed layout of
and build shared joints and materials. Council
Planning
concept and policies. • Propose detailed layout of Public may hold a
officer asses
• Prepare budget M&E system. notificatio community
the
• Conduct research, • Define exact dimensions of n given
application
investigation and system. and system consultatio
and prepared
analysis of natural, components (water tank n meeting
a report
social, cultural and etc.)
business environment • Develop preliminary
of site. landscape design. Senior planning officer makes a decision
• Determine rough • Propose color scheme and
system. furniture selection.
• Plan energy • Prepare budget for
demand payback (detailed) Notice of
(sustainability issue) • Perform detailed financial Approve decision
• Prepare preliminary Notice
evaluation. d to grant a
of
planning • Perform calculation on planning planning
refusal
document. recyclable product used permit permit
(sustainability issue)
• Provide construction
details. ARC 3612 [Project Management]
• Final design model. Housing Renovation Project, SS19
3.4 INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
3.4.5 MATERIAL LISTING

Item Specification Area(m2) Price (RM) Supplie


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Area Used: Ground 1Jalan Sungai Jati,
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NIPPON PAINT (M)
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1 x 5 Liters Nippon Lot 1-17, Taman
Paint Interior 1960.13
1.68/m2 Perindustrian,
NSpotless - Brilliant
Subang Utama,
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4. RISK ANALYSIS
1. PROGRAM
IDENTIFY RISKS

Risk Statement Impact Proba Risk Response


  bility
Material Required material does Cost, 20% Backup supplier has
Quality not match the quality Scope been identified
 
needed
Availability Material, does not Time 10% Reserve extra material to
available at required Scope handle this risk
time
Inflation Increase in the price of Cost 30% Reserve some extra
materials Time money for this risk
management
Labour strike Labour strike due to Time, 10% Give good pay and
any problem Scope benefits so that this risk
can be manage
Natural disaster Earth quake, flood etc Cost, 2% Start the project again
Scope,
Time
Stakeholder Change the Quality, 15% Taking notice on their
requirement, or may be Time, Cost requirements and work
the project progress is again to fulfil their new
not up to their requirements
expectations
Software System does not work Cost, 10% Purchase new system
failure Schedule
Machinery Machinery does not Cost, 25% Purchase new
failure work properly Quality, machinery, or backup
schedule machinery
 
Load shedding Electricity work Cost, 20% Purchase generator
affected and machinery Schedule
does not work due to
load shedding
PROJECT PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT
PLAN

Items Justification Needed


Cement, Needed because important April - August
bricks tool foe construction
Concrete Needed to provide the base April – August
Rods of the house
Wood Needed for the purpose of July – September
and building windows, doors
Granite
 
Tilling For the decoration of the May - July
& house,
flooring For the decoration purpose
material
like
marbles
and tiles
     
Plumbing For the purpose of the August - October
sewerage piping work
material like
Pipes
Items Justification Needed
Cement, Needed because important April - August
bricks tool foe construction
Concrete Needed to provide the base April – August
Rods of the house
Wood Needed for the purpose of July – September
and building windows, doors
Granite
 
Tilling For the decoration of the May - July
& house,
flooring For the decoration purpose
material
like
marbles
and tiles
     
Plumbing For the purpose of the August - October
sewerage piping work
material like
Pipes