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    • Ir Muhammad Arkam Bin Che Munaaim, PEng, IntPE MSc Building Tech (Energy) USM, B Elec Eng (Hons), UTM, Dip Elec Eng (Power), UTM. MIEM, MIET, MIEEE, ASEAN Eng, APEC Eng, ASEAN Chartered PE, International PE, SPAN QP . arkam@unimap.edu.my 04 979 8988 / 016 335 7727
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management Semester I Year 2012/2013
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Lecture Content PossibleStudy Delivery Domain and Course Content AssessmeWeek Mode taxonomy levels nt 1-3 Project Management (6 hours) Lecture; Cognitive (a) 1.Defining project management Discussion C1 Knowledge (e) 2.Identifying project needs and solution Questioning. C2 Comprehension ( f) 3.Establishing project schedules C3 Application a. Critical Path Method (CPM) C4 Analysis b. Project evaluation and review technique (PERT) Affective A1 Receiving A2 Responding A3 Valuing 4-7 (8 hours) Lecture; Cognitive (a) 4. Tracking progress and maintaining control Discussion C1 Knowledge (e) 5. Project monitoring and controlling Questioning. C2 Comprehension ( f) 6. Evaluating and Auditing project C3 Application 7. Using Microsoft Project to Plan Projects C4 Analysis C5 Synthesis C6 Evaluation Affective A1 Receiving A2 Responding A3 Valuing A4 Organizing 8 Mid-Semester Break
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management UniMAP Engineers1. Ability to acquire to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering and in depth technical competence in engineering discipline.2. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.3. Ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs.4. Ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data.5. Ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices.6. Ability to understand the social, cultural, global and environment responsibilities of a professional engineer.7. Ability to understand entrepreneurship, the process of innovation and the need for sustainable development.8. Ability to understand professional and ethical responsibilities and commitment to the community.9. Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.10. Ability to communicate effectively.11. Ability to understand of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.12. Ability to demonstrate understanding of project management and finance principles.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Project?Management?
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementProject? An endeavour to accomplish a specific objective through a unique set of interrelated tasks and the effective utilization of resources.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementProject?In simple words: Planned set of interrelated tasks to be executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementManagement? The organization and coordination of the activities of an enterprise in accordance with certain policies and in achievement of defined objectives. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementAs a discipline, management consists of the interlockingfunctions of formulating corporate policy and organizing,planning, controlling, and directing an organizationsresources to achieve the policys objectives.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• The directors and managers who have the power and responsibility to make decisions to manage an enterprise.• The size of management can range from one person in a small organization to hundreds or thousands of managers in multinational companies. In large organizations the board of directors formulates the policy which is then implemented by the chief executive officer. Some business analysts and financiers accord the highest importance to the quality and experience of the managers in evaluating an organizations current and future worth.
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Project Engineering Management = Project Management (In Engineering)Project management is the science (and art) of organizing the components of a engineering project, whether the project is development of a new project or remedial works that is planned in a set of interrelated tasks executed over a fixed period and within certain cost and other limitations.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementProject management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, managing, leading, and controlling resources to achieve specific goals. A project is a temporary endeavour with adefined beginning and end (usually time- constrained, and often constrained by funding or deliverables), undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives,typically to bring about beneficial change or added value. (Wikipedia)
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Project management involves a process of first establishing a plan and then implementing that plan to accomplish the project objectives. Taking the time to develop a well-thought-out plan is critical to the successful accomplishment of any project. The key to effective project control is measuring actual progress and comparing it toplanned progress on a timely and regular basis and taking corrective action immediately, if necessary.
    • EAT 463Project Engineering ManagementAn environmental engineerworks very closely withindustry and companies toensure that they are incompliance with allenvironmental regulationsand laws. In addition tojust working to ensurecompliance anenvironmental engineeralso works with thecompany to develop lesscostly methods ofproduction that will still beeffective and withinregulations. This functionis very important forcompanies as decreasingthe cost of production isimportant in overallrevenue for the company.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementAn environmental engineer spends a considerable amount of time keeping up-do-datewith current changes to environmental regulations and codes. He or she also must befamiliar with current trends in businesses and solutions that other industries are using toremain within requirements while decreasing production costs. Attending seminars,workshops and ongoing training is important for an environmental engineer. Theengineer must also be able to effectively communicate this information to managementteams within the various industries and help them establish plans to include new,environmentally friendly way of increasing production and decreasing costs.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementEnvironmental engineers are often required to write reports on the condition of varioustypes of environmental hazards or potential environmental hazards. After completingreports the engineer is often retained to supervise the clean up or decontamination ofthe area based on the report. The environmental engineer may also have to supervisethe clean up to be sure it is done in accordance with all regulations. Risk assessments ofclean up sites, potential hazards, development of new manufacturing plants or newdevelopment areas are all completed by environmental engineers.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementCommon work activities include:1)Performing various soil, air or water tests to determine the risk of contamination or thedegree of contamination that has occurred.2)Writing reports and proposals developed from data collected on the variousenvironmental issues in a given area.3)Developing site clean-up plans, monitoring their completion and adherence toenvironmental regulations.4)Meeting with clients to formulate more cost effective and environmentally friendlyprocessing methods or waste disposal methods.5)Meeting with government agencies to coordinate services in times of environmentalaccidents or catastrophes.6)Travelling to various construction or industry sites as requested.
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementProject Life Cycle
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Managementhttp://www.maxwideman.com/papers/managing/lifecycle.htm
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Managementhttp://www.maxwideman.com/papers/managing/lifecycle.htm
    • EAT 463Phase 1: Project Engineering ManagementCONCEPTSGather data, RFPIdentify needsGoals/SolutionPracticalityEconomicsResourcesStrategiesRisksAlternatives Concept?Selling An abstract or general idea inferred orApprovals derived from specific instances
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementREQUEST FORPROPOSALThe purpose of preparing the RFP is tostate, comprehensively and in detail, whatis required from the customer’s point ofview to address the indentified needs.Form this document, contractor willprepare a proposal that suit to the needsat realistic price.See example.
    • EAT 463EXERCISE 1- Project Engineering ManagementA task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding.In a group of 6:1)Prepare a draft of Request For Proposal form2)A project:“Maintenance workAt PPKAS building”3) Submit in 1 hour.Then,4) Assignment 1-10marks.5) Complete6) Submission in 1 week.
    • EAT 463Phase 2: Project Engineering ManagementDEVELOPMENTObjective/RationaleProgramSketchesDrawingResourcesScheduleBudgetCash flowFinancingCurrent ProjectGo/Not Go
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementComputer Aided ToolsMicrosoft ProjectInstall Microsoft Project (TrialVersion from website) in your PCand bring it for the next class.
    • EAT 463Phase 3: Project Engineering ManagementEXECUTIONMobilize teamPlanning & schedulingTechnical requirementWork packagesDetail design and specsProcumentProject controlTestingResolve issuesProgress monitoringReport
    • EAT 463EXERCISE 2- Project Engineering ManagementA task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding.In a group of 6:1)Prepare a draft Proposal Document for Request For Proposal2)A project:“Maintenance workAt PPKAS building”3) Submit in 1 hour.Then,4) Assignment 2-10marks.5) Complete6) Submission in 1 week.
    • EAT 463Phase 4: Project Engineering ManagementTRANSFERTrainingFinalize/testReview & acceptanceTransfer responsibilityClosing accountsProject reviewDefect & LiabilityMove
    • EAT 463Project Engineering Management
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management EARTHWORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management SUBSTRUCTURES WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementSUPERSTRUCTURES WORKS Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management ROOFING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 151 INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING ENGINEERING UniMAP BUILDING ENGINEERING Construction Phase WALL WORKS Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementBUILDING SERVICES Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementFINISHING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementFINISHING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementFINISHING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementFINISHING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementFINISHING WORKSConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management TESTING & COMMISSIONINGConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management TESTING & COMMISSIONINGConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementTHIS IS ACTUAL TESTING & COMMISSIONING DISCHARGE! Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management TESTING & COMMISSIONINGConstruction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementPROJECT HANDOVER Construction Phase
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Tender and Costing• Tender: The General Content: PWD Form of Contract Form of Tender; Letter of Acceptance of Tender; Special Provisions to the Conditions of Contract Contract Drawings; Specifications; Summary of Tender Schedule of Rates or Bills of Quantities Treasury Instructions as set in the Appendix to the Conditions of Contract; Any other relevant documents included therein
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• This contract documentation provides a concise picture of the objectives for the electrical project work to be done.• It also serves as a record of intent for owners and as instructions and guidance for contractors, electricians, installers, and others performing the work.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• Contract documents, which might also include surveys and test data, are legal documents, and they can be used as evidence in court cases involving contractor malfeasance, or failure to comply with the intent of the drawings and specifications.• The present conformity to accepted formats for drawings and specifications is the result of years of practical experience reinforced by accepted national and international standards issued by government agencies and private standards organizations
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• The standards organizations are advised by experienced personnel from the ranks of manufacturers, contractors, and other interested parties. The intent of standards is to produce unambiguous documentation that is understandable by all project participants, from engineers and architects to contractors, project supervisors, electricians, and installers.• A tender is, by dictionary definition, an offer to supply goods and/or services at a fixed rate. In many cases this is a simple procedure but on larger jobs the tender can be become complicated, and considerable experience is necessary to complete such a tender correctly.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• Specifications• Specifications for buildings or projects are written legal descriptions of the work to be performed by the contractor, subcontractors and suppliers become the responsibilities and duties of the architect/engineer, general contractor, and owner. Specifications and drawings are integral parts of the contract requirements for the performance of work.• Because specifications are a significant part of a legally binding contract, typically involving expenditures of thousands or even millions of Malaysia Ringgit (RM), it is important that they be mutually compatible with the drawings and as free as possible of errors or discrepancies.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• It has long been known that even minor errors in wording or intent or the presentation of incorrect data or measurements can result in expensive repairs or replacements of hardware, lost time in the completion of the schedule, and serious project cost overruns due to delays and the need for additional labor and supervision.• In most engineering and architectural firms, regardless of size, specifications writers are skilled persons with technical backgrounds who report to a responsible project supervisor. The preparation of an error-free specification is a time- consuming task calling for the writer’s patience and the ability to deal effectively with complex technical details.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• The process might call for many drafts and revisions following the review, comments, and corrections made by persons within the architect/engineering organization with specialized knowledge and experience in each of the trades involved in the project. As with drawings, all responsible reviewers are expected to sign the final version that is released for bid.• Nevertheless, this does not relieve specifications writers of their responsibilities, because they are expected to have sufficient knowledge of the project to make them capable of finding and resolving any discrepancies between the specifications and the drawings.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management• Bill of Quantities (BQ)• A document used in tendering in the contracting industry in which materials, parts and labor (and their costs) are itemized. It also (ideally) details the terms and conditions of construction, supply and installation or repair contract and itemizes all work to enable a contractor to price the work for which he or she is bidding• Refer example.
    • EAT 463EXERCISE 3- Project Engineering ManagementA task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding.In a group of 6:1)Prepare a draft of BQ for (Main items only)2)A project:“Maintenance workAt PPKAS building”3) Submit in 1 hour.Then,4) Assignment 3-10marks5) Complete6) Submission in 1 week.
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering Management Summary PossibleStudy Delivery Domain and Course Content AssessmeWeek Mode taxonomy levels nt 1-3 Project Management (6 hours) Lecture; Cognitive (a) 1.Defining project management Discussion C1 Knowledge (e) 2.Identifying project needs and solution Questioning. C2 Comprehension ( f) 3.Establishing project schedules C3 Application a. Critical Path Method (CPM) C4 Analysis b. Project evaluation and review technique (PERT) Affective A1 Receiving A2 Responding A3 Valuing 4-7 (8 hours) Lecture; Cognitive (a) 4. Tracking progress and maintaining control Discussion C1 Knowledge (e) 5. Project monitoring and controlling Questioning. C2 Comprehension ( f) 6. Evaluating and Auditing project C3 Application 7. Using Microsoft Project to Plan Projects C4 Analysis C5 Synthesis C6 Evaluation Affective A1 Receiving A2 Responding A3 Valuing A4 Organizing 8 Mid-Semester Break
    • EAT 463 Project Engineering ManagementTHANK YOU…!