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Musical Theater

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  • 1. Musical Theater At The Middle Of The Lake Project Brief Group Member: Woo Wen Jian Ng Ji Chuen Benny Tan Shiowee Tan Shing Yeow Liu Wei Cheng
  • 2. 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Project background Taylor’s Lakeside University Campus (here in after the “client”) is desirous to build a musical theater at the middle of the lake. The site of the proposed musical theater sits on estimating 50m x 50m area of the existing land. There will be a water platform constructed in the middle of the lake between commercial block and the educational block of Taylors Lakeside University campus. The platform will with the size of 10x10m . There will be a bridge/ walk way connecting the side of the lake to the platform 1.2 Objectives & Benefits -cut cost as the management of taylor’s lakeside campus do not have to fork out money to rent stages, tents as well as the pa system -it benefit taylor’s lakeside campus as we do not have a formal and propal performance stage - on the other hand, it is able to promote or also encourage the performing arts club to perform more as many talented people are pretty shy to show out their talent 1.3 Management chart 2. SITE LOCATION AND CONDITONS CLIENT Architect Engineer Landscape Architect Contractor Quantity Surveyor
  • 3. 2.1 SITE LOCATION The project site is located in middle of the lake of Taylor’s Lakeside University, and comes under the local council of Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya. 2.2 SITE CONDITIONS The site is currently not under any construction and the water at the lake is calm and it is regularly treated thou the lake is under-utilized by the client. 3.0 SCOPE OF PROJECT 3.1 The scopes of works consist of the following: Civil and structural (external works) for the water platform of the musical theatre of the middle of the lake. The infra works consist of earthwork, water reticulation, sewerage, drainage, storm water treatment device, all walk way and landscaping works. Walkway/bridge that connects from the side of the lake to the platform. Edit on the side walkway to a multipurpose stairways( for walkway + seating) 4.0 OVERALL SCOPE OF WORK 4.1 ARCHTECT DESIGN THE OVERALL STRUCTURE OF THE MUSICAL THEATRE AND DECIDE ON SELECTED MATERIALS TO USE THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT. 4.2 ENGINEER PLAN THE earthwork, water reticulation, sewerage, drainage, all walk way and landscaping works of the project. 4.3 QUANTITY SURVEYOR ESTIMATE THE COST OF THE OVERALL PROJECT AND PREPARE ALL THE CONTRACTS BETWEEN THE CLIENT AND THE CONSTRUCTION TEAM.
  • 4. 4.4 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT DESIGN THE OVERALL SITE LAYOUT of the public spaces and managing the storm water devices 4.5 CONTRACTOR DELIVER THE PROJECT TO CLIENT’S REQUIREMENTS THAT IS TO THE BRIEF, BUDGET AND PROGRAMME. PREPARE TENDER FOR SUB-CONTRACTOR AND SELECT THE MOST SUITABLE PRICE AND SKILL 5.0 CONCEPT DESIGN –STRUCTURAL 5.1 DESIGN CONCEPT – STRUCTURAL Overall, the design shall be based on the concept that it is Safe; Cost-effective; Economical; Easily and timely constructible; and Minimal maintenance required. 6.0 Alternative Plans a. Napping zone (bean bag room, board game zone) b. Water sport centre (kayaking, swan boat) c. Rock Climbing Zone (on the lake) d. Rock Climbing Zone (above LT20) e. Bin Chute ( from level 8 to level 2) f. Musical Theatre (on the lake) g. Mini Garden ( on the roof) h. Multipurpose mini sport arena (above staff car park) 7.0 Procedure before construction No. Procedure Time to Associated
  • 5. Complete Cost 1 Submission to Local Authority through OSC (One Stop Center of the Municipality of Subang Jaya) Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 Day MYR 480 2 Obtain Development Order (DO) from Planning Dept 28 Days No charge 3 Obtain Water Approval Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 14 Days No charge 4 Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval 7 Days MYR 1,514 5 Obtain RORO Bin Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 6 Request Water Clearance Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR 1,000 7 Water Inspection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day No charge 8 Water Report Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 11 Days No charge 9 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to OSC Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 Day No charge 10 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia Agency: Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia 1 Day No charge 11 Obtain Water Connection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR 30 12 Obtain Landscape Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 13 Obtain Street Lighting Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 14 Obtain Building Plan Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 17 Days MYR 1,301

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