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  • 1. BPP3613STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
  • 2. BACKGROUND OF SUCCESFUL PROJECT (BEIJING NATIONAL STADIUM) The stadium was designed for use throughout the 2008 Summer Olympics and Paralympics. The capacity for this stadium can support 91,000 people. This project started on 24 December 2003 and opened officially on 28 June 2008. The stadium cost US$423 million and it’s located at Olympic, Green The facilities that include : • grass field of 7,811 square meters • 91,000 seat • Temperature and airflow of every surface were optimized • A shopping mall
  • 3. Factor of succesfully in the implementation of stakeholder management  The great transformation – Every sub project that handle from the worldwide succesfully construction company. – For example : Project Architectural firm Estimated cost National Theater Paul Andreu US$350,000,000 (France) National Stadium Herzog & De US$400,000,000 Meuron (Switzerland) National Swim PTW (Australia) US$100,000,000 Center –
  • 4. The price of olympic fame :a) The bulk of Beijings Olympics funds will come from the sale of sponsorship and broadcasting rights for the Gamesb) Build-operate-transfer system, where private investors responsible for overseeing construction become operators for a 30-year contract period
  • 5. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT FAILURE Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium also known as stadium gong badak in Terengganu. constructed by a South Korean construction firm owner by Terengganu State Government capacity 50,000 people. Construction cost is RM 270 million Duration of construction within 4 years (2006-2008)
  • 6. PURPOSE Sport complex mostly for football. first major use was as the main venue for Sukma Games 2008 CAUSE OF PROJECT FAILUREThe major cause for the collapse of the roof was identified to be the design fault andinappropriate material the project management team did not have the necessary skills and competence to manage a project of such magnitude and complexity. The faulty design with failure to take into account the support condition of the roof structure. Failed to conduct a design analysis, considering that the complex architectural shape and large spans made the structure very sensitive to any movement in the supporting structures. The undesirable manner in which the structure was erected and that no checks were done during the erection process.
  • 7. PROJECTFAILURE
  • 8. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT• Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium also known as stadium gong badak in Terengganu.• constructed by a South Korean construction firm• owner by Terengganu State Government• capacity 50,000 people.• Construction cost is RM 270 million• Duration of construction within 4 years (2006-2008)
  • 9. purpose• Sport complex mostly for football.• first major use was as the main venue for Sukma Games 2008
  • 10. Cause of project failureThe major cause for the collapse of the roof was identified tobe the design fault and inappropriate material.• the project management team did not have the necessary skills and competence to manage a project of such magnitude and complexity.• The faulty design with failure to take into account the support condition of the roof structure.• Failed to conduct a design analysis, considering that the complex architectural shape and large spans made the structure very sensitive to any movement in the supporting structures.• The undesirable manner in which the structure was erected and that no checks were done during the erection process.