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  1. development through partnership Infrastructure Delivery Management Toolkit: 2010 Edition Delivery Process 2: Project Management

  2. development through partnership Contents of this presentation • Introduction to Project Management • Context within the Toolkit • Process map • Project Stages • Contracting Strategies: influence on project stages

  3. Introduction to Project Management (1) Traditional Project Management Approach: Based on: Sequential Logic & Single point of Responsibility Phases: • Initiate • Plan • Design (if required) • Execute the Works • Close Out

  4. Introduction to Project Management (2) Projects Initiated during the Portfolio Planning Process: aimed at effectiveness, i.e.“doing the right things” Goal: Approval of Budget: Authorisation to spend Project Implementation: • Plan • Design (if required) • Execute the Works • Close Out • “doing the things right”

  5. Purpose of Project Planning (1): Project Objectives Scope/Quality Cost Time

  6. Purpose of Project Planning (2): Project Objectives • Scope • Quality • Time • Cost What the Client Dept wants! = the product/facility Determined based on Resource Requirements(given Assumptions and Constraints)

  7. Start Finish Timeline Project Success measured here!(in terms of the achievement of the stated Objectives!) The Importance of Project Objectives Conceptual Planning happens here in Portfolio Planning Process!

  8. Start Finish Timeline Project Success measured in terms of Updated Objectives! The Importance of Project Objectives Planning happens throughout! Progressive Elaboration

  9. Project Planning Deliverables Scope/Quality Strategic Brief;Concept Report; Design Dev Report;Tender Documentation Specifications; Standards Cost Estimates Time Estimates:Schedule Cost Time

  10. Process map

  11. Project Stages Project Stages with Sub Stages: • Planning • Package Preparation • Package Definition • Works Planning • Design • Concept Design • Detail design & Specification • Manufacturing, Fabrication, Construction Information • Works • Construct/Deliver the Works • Handover of the Works • Close Out • Project Close Out • Post Project Evaluation

  12. Project phases Project Phasing/Goals/Deliverables: Phase 1: Planning • Phase 1.1: Package Preparation (Defining the package objectives, business need, acceptance criteria and client priorities and aspirations; Confirming the scope of the package; Establishing the control budget; Developing a Strategic Brief ) Gate 3: Accepted PEPv1 & Strategic Brief Phase 1.2: Package Definition (Establishing the feasibility of satisfying the strategic brief; Investigating alternative solutions; Selecting the preferred design option; Determining the initial design criteria, design options and cost plan; Developing a Concept Report) Gate 4: Accepted PEP v2 & Concept Report Phase 1.3: Works Planning (Preparing Project Execution Plan (PEP) for each project; Summarising of PEPs at programme level for each User Department (IPIP))

  13. Project phases Project Phasing/Goals/Deliverables: Phase 2: Design • Phase 2.1: Concept Design (Develop in detail theaccepted concept to finalise the design and definition criteria) Gate 5: Accepted PEP v3 & Design Development Report Phase 2.2: Detail Design and Specification (Produce the final detailing, performance definition, specification, sizing and positioning of all systems and components enabling either construction (where the contractor is able to build directly from the information prepared) or the production of manufacturing and installation information for construction.) Gate 6a: Accepted PEP v 4 & Production Information) Phase 2.3: Manufacture, fabrication and construction information (Client’s agents: Review the manufacture, fabrication and construction information prepared by others, based on the production information for design intent and conformance with scope of work.  Contractor: Produce the manufacture, fabrication and construction information based on the production information) Gate 6b: Accepted Manufacture, Fabrication & Construction information

  14. Project phases Project Phasing/Goals/Deliverables: Phase 3: Works • Phase 3.1: Construct/Deliver the Works (Provide temporary works Provide permanent works in accordance with the contract Manage risks associated with health and safety on the site Corrected notified defects which prevented the client or end user from using the works and others from doing their work) Gate 7: Accepted PEP 5 - works in accordance with requirements Phase 3.2: Handover the Works (Correct all notified defects; Commission works and, if necessary, train end user staff in the operation of the works) Gate 8: Works taken over by User, complete with record information

  15. Project phases • Project Phasing/Goals/Deliverables: • Phase 4: Close Out • Phase 4.1: Project Close Out • (Finalise and assemble record information and obtain outstanding statutory certificates • Project Audit) • Phase 4.2: Post Project Evaluation • (Conduct post-project review and capture data • Post Project Evaluation)

  16. Project phases Project Implementation Phases: • Planning • Design • Works • Close Out Procurement Phases?

  17. Contracting strategies Summary of Contracting Strategies: • Design by Employer • Management Contract • Design and Construct • Develop and Construct The preferred Contracting Strategy will result in the Insertion of the Procurement Phase(s) at different points in project life span

  18. Contractor Involvement

  19. Public Sector Project Management Methodology for Packages with no Design Inputs

  20. Public Sector Project Management Methodology for Design by Employer Packages

  21. Public Sector Project Management Methodology for Develop and Construct (Dev&C) Packages

  22. Public Sector Project Management Methodology for Design and Construct (D&C) Packages

  23. Public Sector Project Management Methodology for Management Contract Strategy

  24. Short summary of the Project: • Project Detail • Team Detail (Roles and Roleplayers) • Client Department • Implementing Department/Agent • PSPs • Contractors(s) • Summary of Project ‘Status’ at each “Gate”: • Scope/Quality (changes from previous Gate) • (Revised) Milestone Schedule (NB: Procurement schedule) • (Revised) Cost Estimates and Expenditure Projections (show separate for each Service Provider) • Summary of Variation Orders • Project Issue Log The Project Execution Plan ( “PEP”)

  25. A Portfolio Level summary of all Programmes • A Programme Level summary of all Projects in a specific Programme • Based on the PEPs, with focus on Time and Cost, i.e. • Project Schedule • Expenditure Projections • Budget Analysis • Programme Budget • Project Budgets • FY Budget The Infrastructure Programme Implementation Plan (“IPIP”)

  26. Conclusion and questions Thank you