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CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011
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CMH Kellan PPT April 20,2011

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  • 1. Micro Hydro Implementation Canadian Mountain Holidays
    By: Kellan Ward
    MGMT 410, COTRUnder the Instruction of Philbert Suresh
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 2. Company Background:
    CMH Mission:“Our mission is simply to offer every person, of any age and any ability, the opportunity to experience an incredible mountain adventure in style and comfort. We are committed to the highest international standards of eco-tourism. Through our programs, partnerships, and sponsorships, we are dedicated to maintaining the wildlife and rugged beauty of the mountains in pristine condition for visitors to enjoy for decades to come.”
    CMH was founded in 1959 by Hans Gmoser.
    In 1965 he invented the sport of Heli-skiing and the sport became an instant success.
    Since its inception, CMH has held environmental awareness and stewardship in the forefront of its decision-making.
    They are leading the way for sustainability, having issued 3 reports, and received a number of awards for their work in this area.
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 3. Galena Lodge
    CMH already has one micro-hydro system in place at Galena lodge.
    Project research began in the 90’s but results came back negative. In 2001 however the project resurfaced and was deemed plausible.
    It took 5 years to implement from start to finish.
    Total estimated cost: $750,000
    Estimated Annual Operational Savings: $70,000
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 4. Project Management Scope
    -This project will be accounting for the implementation of only one micro hydro project at one lodge.
    -It will take about five years to implement and cost roughly $1.5 million.
    -All numbers are calculated in weeks. It has been assumed that one “season” lasts 20 weeks (five months). This allows a contingency to be built on either end of the season for weather.
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 5. Resources:
    Each node on the critical path will require its own set of personnel and materials to complete:
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 6. Time:
    Legend:
    T=Completion time
    ES=Earliest Start time EF= Earliest Finishing Time
    LS=Latest Start time LF=Latest Finishing time
    The 3 G boxes occur because Smart art does not have a merge option.
    The critical path for the above chart is ABCFG. This project will take 104 weeks to complete (just over 5 years) and will include 4 weeks of slack for activities D and E.
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    Under supervisiomn og course Onstructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011
  • 7. Project Conclusions:
    Costs:
    Benefits:
    The contingency cost is calculated at 5% to cover sunk cost for the research and 10% for additional resources.
    Total Cost: $1,725,000
    Project will take just over 20 years to pay for itself, assuming some of the contingency costs are recouped.
    Operational Savings: $70,000 annually (Based off Galena Lodges)
    Benefits reach well beyond the bottom line:
    Environmental impacts reduction
    Self sufficiency through renewable resources
    Recognition and Awards
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    Under supervision og course Instructor Pjilbert Suresh, COTR Winter Schedule 2011

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