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Program Management

  1. 1. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTOur Client Advisory Service will provide analysis and strategic guidance with regard to theplanning and implementation of a facility project. Benefits from Program Managementservices include: - Reduced risk - Reduced project cost - Increased leverage of available capital. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  2. 2. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTScope of Work Planning: Interview the end-user to develop a written scope statement thatincludes the project justification, the major deliverables, and the project objectives.Type Required ServicesRelocation Professional ServicesRenovation Procurement ServicesConsolidation Technical ServicesDesign Build Construction AdministrationFinancial Analysis ScheduleProfessional Fees Project MilestoneConstruction Fees Pre-Project PlanningFF&E Fees Order Entry & ProductionRelocation Fees ConstructionMiscellaneous Fees FF&E Implementation Relocation Client Occupancy Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  3. 3. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTProject Scope Management: A subset of program management that includes the processesrequired to ensure that the project includes all of the work required, and only the workrequired, to complete the project successfully. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  4. 4. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTWork Method: A schematic display of the logical relationships of project activities. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  5. 5. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTResource Alignment: Determining what resources (people, equipment, and materials) areneeded in what quantities to perform project activities. Organizational Chart Assignment Responsibility Matrix Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  6. 6. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTFinancial Analysis: Allocating the budgeted cost estimates to individual project components. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  7. 7. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTProject Scheduling: The planned dates for performing activities and the planned dates formeeting milestones. Define Project Milestones Resource Alignment Task Management Bid Development Procurement Construction FF&E Implementation Site Supervision Punchlist Development Client Occupancy Project Schedule Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  8. 8. PROGRAM MANAGEMENTNeeds Analysis: A planning process to provide a detailed understanding of the facilityrequirements and all costs associated with a proposed relocation. Programming Survey Space Utilization Study Design Development Furnishing Analysis Standards Development Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs

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