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PMP SQUAD Building a Dream Home. PROJECT OVERVIEW. Project Definition. The PMP SQUAD will design and build a 2200 sq. ft. single family home The home should meet the family’s need and address concerns regarding space, layout & design, budget

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Pmp squad building a dream home

PMP SQUAD Building a Dream Home


Pmp squad building a dream home

PROJECT OVERVIEW


Project definition

Project Definition

  • The PMP SQUAD will design and build a 2200 sq. ft. single family home

  • The home should meet the family’s need and address concerns regarding space, layout & design, budget

  • This project will follow a two phased approach of Design and Build

  • The house will be built in a period of 12 months and cost during the overall span of the project is estimated to be $1.5 millions


Vision scope statement

Vision/Scope Statement

  • The vision is to design & build a 3 bedroom house for Smith’s family in a period of 12 months on a plot of land they have already purchased

  • The house will suffice all the requirements elicited by the homeowner and address all the concerns with regards to their living comfort and amenities


Scope

Scope

  • Phase-1 (Design)

  • Project Plan

  • Feasibility

  • Architectural drawings including coordination of engineers

  • Interior design services

    Phase-2 (Build)

  • Construction Schedule

  • General contracting service including coordination of subcontractors

  • Submission & Procurement of all permits

  • Award a certificate of occupancy to the homeowner


Scope assessment

Scope Assessment

  • In Scope

  • All aspects of design including feasibility study, architectural drawings, interior design plans

  • All aspects of procurement of materials and permits

  • All scheduling related issues relative to obtaining permissions and materials and scheduling work on site

Out of Scope

Finding plot of land

Purchasing plot of land

Mortgage or Financing services

Outdoor Landscaping work (driveways, plants, pool, etc.)


Objectives success criteria

Objectives & Success Criteria

  • Objective

  • Successful completion of architectural drawings and interior design of home to satisfy homeowner’s needs delivered on time and within budget

  • Successful completion of construction execution of design on time and within budget

  • Compliance with all code requirements

Criteria for Evaluation

Execution of milestones on time and budget

Finalized plans for approval

Construction within quality standards defined by the stakeholders


Project charter

Project Charter

Project Sponsor: Kimi Ziemski

Project Manager: The Jones Design and Build Firm

Project Stakeholders:

  • Kimi’s family

  • The Happy Town community where the house will be built

  • The city/municipal government, etc

  • Key Team Members-The Jones Design and Build Firm

  • Peeyush (Construction Manager)

  • Ella (Business Communication Manager)

  • Zephyr (Architect)

  • Allison (Interior Designer)


Project charter cont d

Project Charter cont’d


Project deliverables

Project Deliverables

  • Project plan

  • Feasibility drawings and concept design

  • Construction cost and schedule estimates

  • Interior Design services

  • Architectural drawings

  • Procurement of long-lead items

  • Permits

  • Bid &/or negotiations

  • Substantial completion of construction and turnover


Assumptions

Assumptions

  • It is assumed that the homeowner has already selected and purchased a site for their home and that the site is in suitable condition for construction.

  • It is assumed that the homeowner has secured financing for their land and for the costs of the design-build portion of the project.

  • We are insured and properly licensed to do the work.

  • We assume that there is no delays related to sponsors willingness and availability to make decisions in accordance with the milestone schedule provided


Constraints

Constraints

Time- Project will follow a schedule from May 2010 to April 2011 (design and build)

Cost – Budget for entire project, including both design and build phases is estimated to be $1.5M

Scope – Design and construction services including interior design


Project lifecycle approach

Project Lifecycle Approach

We will use an overall linear lifecycle approach because the nature of a construction project is based on goals that are clearly defined and concrete.

Incremental, adaptive &/or iterative lifecycle approach will be used within discrete design phases to accommodate the changing requirements and desires of the stakeholders


Stakeholder analysis

STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS


Stakeholder analysis1

Stakeholder Analysis

Kimi

Role: Project Sponsor (Approves funding for the project, changes affecting cost and changes to requirements)

Role: Homeowner (Approves: design decision and changes affecting schedule)

Kimi’s Family

Role: Manage and coordinate all activities during the project life cycle (Architectural drawings, interior design, execution of construction, submission and procurement of all permits, communication between stakeholders)

Jones Design Firm

Neighborhood Assn

Role: Approves initial design

City Office

Role: Represents city regulations or laws affecting this project


Expectations

Expectations

  • Expects that the project will be completed within given time and budget. She sees this project as a long term investment and agreed to pay $1.5M toward this project. Kimi expects that Smith Family will be satisfied with their new house

Kimi

The house will be designed based on their needs and expectations. Wants to be involved in interior design to make a chose on product selection. Expects 3bedrom + den/ 3bathroom house, big kitchen with marble counter, bamboo heated floor, movie theater room and a custom made a wine cellar

Kimi’s Family

Jones Design Firm

Expects that the project will be completed within given time and budget. The house will be designed based on the family’s needs and expectations

Neighborhood Assn

The house will be built within aesthetic guidelines set forth by the neighborhood association

City Office

Expects that the house will be designed and built according to city codes and regulations


Communication plan

Communication Plan

  • The purpose of Communication Plan is to define the communication mechanisms and methods that will be required during the project life cycle to successfully build a Dream Home for Kimi’s family currently targeted to complete on April 2011

  • The plan covers the project communication between Kimi, Kimi’s family and Jones Design and Build Firm only

    • Biweekly project status meeting

    • Weekly Planning and risk/issue meeting

    • Daily Construction update meeting


Biweekly project status meeting

Biweekly Project Status Meeting


Weekly planning and risk issue meeting

Weekly Planning and Risk /Issue Meeting


Daily construction update meeting

Daily Construction Update Meeting


Pmp squad building a dream home

MONITORING & CONTROLLING


Project execution and change control

Project Execution and Change Control


Pmp squad building a dream home

PROJECT BUDGET


Phase 1 design

Phase 1 - Design


Phase 2 build

Phase 2 - Build


Project budget total

Project Budget- Total

Methodology Used: Bottoms-up Estimating

We broke down the cost estimates in the WBS and rolled it up into the project total

The Project budget is within +/- 5% as it is based on well defined estimates, vendor quotes, unit prices, etc


Budget breakdown

Budget Breakdown


Budget graph

Budget Graph


Pmp squad building a dream home

RISK ANALYSIS


Risk register

Risk Register


Other risks

Other Risks


Risk analysis quantification

Risk Analysis/Quantification

High + Med

High + High

High + Low

Med + Low

Med + Med

Med + High

PROBABILITY

PROBABILITY

Low + Low

Low + Med

Low + High

IMPACT

IMPACT


Pmp squad building a dream home

WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (WBS)


Project lifecycle

Project Lifecycle

Iterative design process used for the following phases: Design Brief, Feasibility, Interior Design

Approve


Wbs phase 1 design

WBS – Phase 1(Design)


Wbs phase 2 build

WBS Phase-2 (Build)


Responsibility matrix

Responsibility Matrix


Pmp squad building a dream home

A=Approves; C=Creates; I=informs; R=Reviews; S=Supports


Pmp squad building a dream home

A=Approves; C=Creates; I=informs; R=Reviews; S=Supports


Schedule

Schedule


Appendix

Appendix


Stakeholder analysis document

Stakeholder Analysis Document


Project dashboard

Project Dashboard


Project charter1

Project Charter

  • Team Charter

  • Vision Statement:

    Our team vision is to work together to produce a successful project presentation at the end of the course. Our project will be based on a design-build construction scenario, which we picked for its concrete, rather than abstract, nature.

    Values:

    We value participation, open, respectful communication and accountability. Each team member will have an equal voice in the group

    Ground Rules:

  • Communication

    Email is the preferred method of communication. Team members agree to check their email at least once a day, and to respond in a timely manner.

    The team will meet during the lunch hour on Saturdays during the class.

    A recap will be sent after each meeting via email to document deliverables and topics agreed on for the next week.

    Decisions will be made by consensus, and if consensus cannot be reached, Kimi as the project sponsor, will make a decision.

    Team members make every effort to attend each class and will let the group know in advance if they will be absent.


Project lifecycle exercise

Project Lifecycle Exercise


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