PROJECT MANAGEMENTProject Management services provide a step-by-step process that will control cost and pro-actively align...
PROJECT MANAGEMENTFurniture Inventory      Conduct a physical inventory of all furniture to be relocated:                ...
PROJECT MANAGEMENTFinancial Analysis                                                                                      ...
PROJECT MANAGEMENTChange Order Management       Process all change orders advised by the client or designer due to:       ...
PROJECT MANAGEMENTFinal Inspection   A Project Manager together with the client shall   conduct an inspection of furniture...
PROJECT MANAGEMENTEmployee Orientation  A field-support team will organize and lead employee orientation sessions.        ...
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Project Management

  1. 1. PROJECT MANAGEMENTProject Management services provide a step-by-step process that will control cost and pro-actively align the procurement and installation of the furniture with the clients’ desiredoccupancy schedule.The services outlined below provide an overview of the process that we follow:Scope of Work Analysis Determine project parameters. Define scope of work to be performed. Establish project documentation procedures. Revision 2.0 08/15/2001 Move Process Diagram Initial Request & Space Readiness Service Provider Schedule & Monitor Closeout Documentation Approval Work Order Initiation Move Process 5.0 Process 1.0 Process 2.0 Process 3.0 Process 4.0 Strategic Space IT Work Order Issue Planning & Initiation Resolution Review Process 3.1 Process 5.1 Process 1.1 Non-GM or Non-NAO Voice MAC - Moves Process 3.2 Funding Process 1.2 Out of MSC Physical Move Scope Process 3.3 Process 1.3 INITIATION PREPARATION EXECUTION ASSURANCE Voice-Only MAC Process 1.4 Process 0.0Site Inspection Dock Conditions Observation Review job site conditions.  Loading dock conditions. Site Observation  Determine freight elevator location and size.  Review material handling and building protection. Assess construction progress. Installation Observation  Verify field dimensions. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  2. 2. PROJECT MANAGEMENTFurniture Inventory Conduct a physical inventory of all furniture to be relocated:  Identify by description, manufacturer and condition.  Sort by pieces to be reused.  Coordinate existing furniture into re-use layout.Design and Product Application Consulting Review the furniture layout to assure:  Proper product application.  Fit and function. Furniture Specifications Application Guides Furniture Layout Workstation Typical Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  3. 3. PROJECT MANAGEMENTFinancial Analysis Budget Summary Professional Fees Description of Work U of M QT Y Unit Rate T otal Com m ents Interior Design SQ FT 47799 $ 1.78 $ 85,082.22 FMG Architectural SQ FT 47799 $ 1.21 $ 57,836.79 DBI Reconcile project specifications to budget. Mechanical & Engineering General Contractor Furniture Lease SQ FT SQ FT % 47799 47799 $ $ 0.90 - $ $ $ 43,019.10 - 296,724.38 EK Fox Included in Construction $ 25% Of Furniture Budget Legal Fees Lot $ - Insurance Lot Sub-Total $ 185,938.11 Document and communicate variances. Construction Description of Work U of M QT Y Product Installation T otal 8th Floor Lot * 9th Floor Lot 10th Floor Lot 8th Floor Sub-Total $ 762,940.00 ME&P $ 325,640.00 New Interior Partition to Ceiling - (3-5/8" @ 24" OC- 1/2" Drywall) Sub-Total $ 1,088,580.00 Material Labor FF&E Description of Work U of M QT Y Product Installation T otal 8th Floor Lot $ 290,050.00 $ 20,303.50 $ 310,353.50 QTY U of M Amount Amount Total 9th Floor Lot $ 425,050.00 $ 29,753.50 $ 454,803.50 10th Floor Lot $ 394,150.00 $ 27,590.50 $ 421,740.50 Sub-Total $ 1,109,250.00 $ 77,647.50 $ 1,186,897.50 Misc 454 LF $ 5,243.70 $ 10,646.30 $ 15,890.00 Description of Work U of M QT Y Product Installation T otal Move Management Lot $ 47,799.00 $ 3,345.00 $ 51,144.00 AV Equipment Lot $ - $ - $ - 105 LF $ 1,212.75 $ 2,462.25 $ 3,675.00 Tele/Data Cabling Lot Incl. in Const. $ $ 95,598.00 $ 6,691.86 $ 102,289.86 Security System Lot $ - $ - $ - 134 LF $ 3,095.40 $ 6,284.60 $ 9,380.00 Card Reader Artwork And Accessories Lot Lot $ $ - - $ $ - - $ $ - - Signage Lot $ 15,200.00 $ 1,064.00 $ 16,264.00 95 LF $ 2,194.50 $ 4,455.50 $ 6,650.00 Vending Machines Kitchen Equipment Lot Lot NIC NIC $ $ - - $ $ - - $ $ - - Coffee Equipment Lot NIC $ - $ - $ - 3760 Sq Ft $ 564.00 $ 6,730.40 $ 7,294.40 Furniture Refurbishment Lot NIC $ - $ - $ - Sub-Total $ 158,597.00 $ 11,100.86 $ 118,553.86 Total $ 42,889.40 Estimated Project Budget $ 2,579,969.47 Detail Project Budget Summary Project Budget Project Scheduling Generate Critical Path Schedule to include:  Occupancy Date.  Construction schedule.  Furniture specification, order entry and manufacturing lead-times. Product Expediting Monitor and expedite production schedules. Generate weekly order status reports. Project Schedule Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  4. 4. PROJECT MANAGEMENTChange Order Management Process all change orders advised by the client or designer due to:  Field changes.  Layout revisions.  Order modifications.A Layout RevisionPre-Installation Planning Change Order Secure necessary permits.  Schedule loading docks, schedule elevators and coordinate job site security.  Finalize crew deployment and material handling equipment.  Schedule debris removal.  Secure building protective material.  Conduct a pre-installation punch list.Job Site Visits A Project Manager shall be on site in order to:  Evaluate the general progress and quality of work.  Verify that work is proceeding according to documented drawings. Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  5. 5. PROJECT MANAGEMENTFinal Inspection A Project Manager together with the client shall conduct an inspection of furniture, fabric and finish installations for final client approval. Upon client approval that the phase or project is substantially complete, a certificate of substantial completion for such items shall be issued for written acceptance. As-Built DrawingPost Installation Audit A detailed report will be created to include:  Outstanding punch list items.  A detail of any backordered or other open items. Borg Warner 3800 Automation Dr IBM Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Project Punchlist - Ground Floor West Side Project Manager: Scott Jarzynka Issue Date: 19-Jul-02 * The items identified herein shall be corrected by the General Contractor or by their sub-contractor(s) prior to final acceptance of the w ork by the tenant and/or tenants landlord/ow ner. Any omission of items from this punchlist does not w aiver the General Contractors responsibilities for finish quality w orkmanship, materials, quarantees, etc. * If any of the items or parts listed are to be considered additional w ork (i.e., not part of the contract) by the General Contractor or sub-contractor(s) , the landlord/ow ner and tenant must be notified in w riting no later than 10 days after issue date, identifying costs for such, prior to proceeding w ith the w ork. * All repair w ork shall be done in an expeditious manner w ith due respect to tenants w ork schedule and personnel. If required by the landlord/tenant, a schedule for repairs shall be submitted for use in coordinating the same w ith the landlord/tenant. * The General Contractor shall notify the Architect and Landlord/Ow ner of his completion of repairs in order that final approval inspection may be provided Location / Punchlist Punchlist Date Approval Date Room # Dwg Code Item Y or N Description Resource Completed Signature Comments 7/19 G-33 A Y Scratched mobile pedestal FMS 7/25/2002 G-35 B Y Loose end panel base FMS 7/25/2002 G-39 B Y Loose end panel base FMS 7/25/2002 G-21 B Y Loose end panel base FMS 7/25/2002 G-24 B Y Loose end panel base FMS 7/25/2002 G-7 B Y Loose end panel base FMS 7/25/2002 Punchlist Report Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs
  6. 6. PROJECT MANAGEMENTEmployee Orientation A field-support team will organize and lead employee orientation sessions. Employee Orientation Manual Organized for speed, innovation and value to create workplaces that respond to business performance needs

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