"Building a 10-story office complex"


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It is a theoretical replica of the real project. The team went through the whole process of creating a 10-story building.

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"Building a 10-story office complex"

  1. 1. AGENDA• Background Information• Stakeholder analysis• Work Breakdown Structure• Time management• Cost management• Communication management• Issues and Risks• Project lessons learned
  2. 2. STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Internal Stakeholders External Stakeholders Demand Side Supply Side Private Public• Client – Alpha • Architects • Local Residents • Regulatory Entertainment Group agencies - AEG- • Engineers • Environmentalists • Local government• ( Board of Director • Principal • Conservationists and CEO) Contractors• AEG Employees • Trade Contractors• AEG’s Customers • Material• AEG’s Tenants Suppliers• AEG’s Suppliers
  3. 3. STAKEHOLDERANALYSIS STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Expectations of Stakeholder Management Stake DescriptionStakeholders Stakeholders Power Interest Strategy Provide Finance for Involvement in Project Steering Board, AEG - BOD and Timely delivery of and time to the Regular updating meeting with project CEO work and quality work project leader. High High Change of work environment. Educate CNT on basic changes in new AEG’s Smooth change with building as per movements and safety Employees little need for training Concern about before use. Low High increased workload . Provide sufficient Evacuation and Contribute to system AEG’s security systems Safety and process design and Customers Low High testing. Expect efficient Suppliers; have their communication with Architects, Frequent communication and enhance public personality to project leaders and Suppliers & cooperation between organizations secure, provide quality adequate in-time Low High Contractors involved in the project. products for assembly information from project team Expect littleEnvironmentalis environmental hazards An efficient waste management plan Noise and air pollutionts and low energy Low High and focus on climate changes
  4. 4. STAKEHOLDERANALYSIS STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS Expectations of Stakeholder Stake Description Stakeholders Stakeholders Power Interest Management Strategy AEG’s Tenants Safety and convenient An energy efficient building, Increase focus on energy(shop owners and access Low High efficiency With moderate in-use cost office workers)Occupant Support Services ( utility Provide periodic Prepare a sufficient Ease of maintenance accessescompanies, waste maintenance to ensure maintenance plan during and clear building blueprint Low Low management& sustainability project design maintenanceCity of Rockville Increase traffic, Carry out qualitative commuting population, A decent infrastructure which research to obtain their City beauty( shops and uplift the face of the city Low High views and respond restaurants) accordingly Expect site workers to be Site Residents able to control the flow of Provide the residence Increase traffic, noise and traffic and reduce the noise. with information about air pollution Expect a stand out building Low High daily work progress and for their community support expected of them.Local government Expect both state and & Regulatory Get updates as to recent Ensure state and federal Federal standards for Bodies legislative changes and standards are maintained commercial buildings to be High High meet their requirements met
  5. 5. Work Breakdown Structure
  6. 6. TIME MANAGEMENT Project Time Management (PTM) is the process where individuals’ efforts, actions and timespent on specific activities are reported in order to keep track of the general project status. 1. Activities : (Main activities for the duration of 18 months) 2. Relationships among activities Finish to start Start to start Finish to finish 3. Activity resources 4. Activity Durations 5. Schedule Development and Control •Daily reports •Weekly meetings •Quarterly reports •Meetings upon request
  7. 7. COST MANAGEMENTDIRECT $20,737,760.55 INDIRECT $1,054,599.77 Subcontractor Agreements  General Conditions$14,335,441.74 $100,475.99Window and Door$4,234,244.94 Mobilization  Mobilization$2,168,073.87 $865,239.45  Final Report and Key Turnover $88,884.33
  8. 8. COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENTCommunication Type Medium Frequency Audience Deliverable • Project Team • Agenda Kickoff Face- to- face Once • Project Sponsor • Meeting • Stakeholders Minutes • Face-to-face • Agenda Project team Bi-Weekly Project team • Email • Meeting meeting Minutes • Face-to-face • AgendaTechnical Design As needed Project team • Email • Meeting meeting Minutes • Conference calls • Face-to-Face • AgendaMonthly Meeting Monthly Project Sponsor • Email • Meeting Project team Minutes • PPT • Face-to-face • Monthly • PPT Project Status Project Manager • Final Paper Report
  9. 9. RISKS
  10. 10. ISSUES• Delay in obtaining construction permit• Team’s schedule conflicts• Timely recruitment of contractors• Neighborhood conflict
  11. 11. LESSONS LEARNED• Team Schedule Conflict• Timely Contractor Recruitment• Weather Conflict