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Construction company business plan

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  • 1. “WE AIM TO BUILD YOUR EXACT VISION”
  • 2.  Project integration management involves coordinating all the other project management knowledge areas throughout a project’s life cycle.  Integration ensures that all the elements of a project come together at the right times to complete a project successfully. 2
  • 3.  Develop the project charter: Work with stakeholders to create the document that formally authorizes a project—the charter.  Develop the preliminary project scope statement: Work with stakeholders, especially users of the project’s products, services, or results, to develop the high-level scope requirements and create a preliminary project scope statement.  Develop the project management plan: Coordinate all planning efforts to create a consistent, coherent document—the project management plan. 3
  • 4. Concept Development Implementation Close-Out 4
  • 5.  A high-level or summary project plan is developed to briefly describe the project and why it is needed.  A rough cost estimate is developed.  A rough overview of the work involved is developed in a work breakdown structure format.
  • 6. A more detailed project plan is developed. A more accurate cost estimate is developed. A more thorough WBS is developed.
  • 7. Project team delivers the required work. A very accurate cost (or final cost) estimate is developed. This phase is where the bulk of the projects time and money should be spent.
  • 8.  All of the work is completed and all project activities are wrapped up.  There should be a formal customer acceptance of the entire project and the products it produced.  A lessons learned document is created for reference in similar future projects. (This should be done if the project is a failure as well or does not make it to the close-out phase.)
  • 9.  After deciding what project to work on, it is important to let the rest of the organization know.  A project charter is a document that formally recognizes the existence of a project and provides direction on the project’s objectives and management.  Key project stakeholders should sign a project charter to acknowledge agreement on the need and intent of the project; a signed charter is a key output of project integration management. 9
  • 10. TIME MANAGEMENT PROJECT: time management project includes processes needed for management complete project in time. a) Defined Activities  Special measures identified to production project delivery. b) Sequenced Activities  The process identified and documentary relations between project activities. c) Estimated Activity Resources  The trend estimate of the species and amount of materials, people, equipment, and or the required resources to do any activity.
  • 11. d) Estimated Activity Durations  The process to close a number of the period of the work needed to complete the activity with unique resources is estimated at. e) Developed Schedules  Process and analyse the sequence of activities for, the required resources and limitations of the program to create a project plan.
  • 12.  Cost Management project - involved in estimated, controlling and budgeting costs so that the project can easily be approved in the budget to finish. Estimated Costs  The trend of development of the monetary resources needed to complete the project activities Determined Budgets  The process for collecting the cost has been estimated from the activities of the individual and or the work to create a line based on cost is allowed. Controlled Costs  Process Control the status of the project for information on budget project and cost management changes based on.
  • 13.  Quality Management Project- included process and activities of this organization is the quality of policies goals, and responsibility in such a way that the project needs to be done needs. The implemented quality management system through policies and the methods in the activities of the continuous process improvement has been done throughout as appropriate.
  • 14. Planned Quality’s  The process identified need with quality and/or project standards and product and project documentary adaptation shows. Performed Quality Assurance’s  Auditing process needed with quality and the results of quality control standards to make sure with a good quality and operational definitions are used. Performed Quality Control’s  The Process Control and recording the results of the implementation of quality activities for assessing performance of necessary changes and recommended.
  • 15.  Human Resource Management Project - includes the procedures that lead, manage and organize the project whole team.  Develop Human Resource Plan - The process identified and documentary Project roles, responsibility, and that the skill of the needed to report relations, and of creating a management of manpower.
  • 16. Acquired Project Team’s  The process confirmed the availability of human resources and to obtain necessary team to complete project tasks. Developed Project Team’s  It’s the process of improvement merit, team interaction and team environment in general in order to increase performance of project. Managed Project Team’s  The detection performance of members of the team presented feedback, solve the issues and management changes for optimizing performance of project.
  • 17. Activities/tasks A M B TE 1-2 14 20 27 20.1 2-3 9 12 15 12 3-4 5 6 8 6 3-6 20 23 24 23 4-5 12 15 19 15 5-8 12 15 19 15 6-7 22 24 27 24 7-9 3 5 8 5 8-10 24 26 30 26 9-10 12 15 18 15
  • 18.  TE=(A+(4M)+B)/6  Where  A= persimistic value  M=most likely  B= optimistic
  • 19.  The critical path method (CPM) is an algorithm for scheduling a set of project activities.  It has two objective 1. Planning the project so that it is completed as quickly as possible 2. Identifying activities where a delay in their execution will affect the overall end  Critical path is the longest sequence of dependent activities that lead to completion of tasks
  • 20.  WBS an outcome oriented document that defines the total scope of the project.  At the concept level the WBS document breaks the work tasks out to no more than three levels (3 level WBS).
  • 21.  Cost variance (CV): EV-AC  Schedule variance (SV): SV= EV-PV  Cost performance index: CPI= EV/AC  Schedule performance index: SPI= EV/PV  When SPI is less than 1, it implies the project is behind schedule and  When it is greater than 1, it implies the project is ahead of schedule.
  • 22. • Identification of Stakeholders • Plan Communication • Information Dissemination • Management of Stakeholder’s Expectations • Performance Reporting
  • 23.  Plan Risk Management  Risk Identification  Qualitative Risk Analysis  Plan Risk Response  Risk Management & Control
  • 24.  The metro station is an important technology growth on the transport sector of the country, as it will create job employment and make life easier for the citizens to move around, especially those not having private cars. The metro will be designed keeping the local architecture in mind, but we would be doing the construction based on international norms and also not without a rule book. There will be corridors that serve as stop stations, the metro will rest on a massive concrete pillars, along the central median of the roads, this will prove a boon for the city. SKYVIEW as is our brand name we would be handling this project, awarded us on august 15th 2013 and we begin the project officially on 2nd of September and will be completed 0n 15th December.
  • 25.  Acquisition of goods/services.  Procurement (& contracting) is a Process that involves-Two Parties with: Different objectives Who Interact in a given market segment
  • 26. This phase is majorly about the acquisition of goods and services  Plan Acquisitions  Define what to procure  Plan Contracting  Prepare a solicitation  Request Proposals  Solicit responses  Select a Vendor  Evaluate and choose a vendor, and negotiate a contract  Administer the Contract  Manage the vendor relationship, document ongoing contract activities and request changes  Closing the Contract  Accept the final products of the contract
  • 27.  Planning Process Group – Continue project integration management by including a procurement management plan in the project management plan  Closing Process Group – Acceptance of contract deliverables and project phases and formally completing the project
  • 28. There are lots of risk in carrying out a project, its important at the end of the day to succeed, so lots of planning and precaution goes into the effort we put in completing each phase, till the project is complete.  Compare deliverable results to deliverable acceptance criteria included in contract scope of services  Identify corrective actions if the vendor does not adhere to the acceptance criteria  Review updated deliverable to confirm compliance  Accept and pay vendor for deliverable when it complies with acceptance criteria
  • 29.  Defining the need for the project  Development of the statement of work, specifications, and work breakdown structure  Performing a make or buy analysis  Laying out the major milestones and the timing/schedule  Cost estimating, including life-cycle costing  Obtaining authorization and approval to proceed
  • 30.  Thank you

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