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    • PROJECT BRIEF For the Construction of The Garden Car Park Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Prepared by Taylor's Students 24th June 2013
    • CONTENT Bil Title Page 1 Project Introduction 1.1Background 1.2 Objective 1.3 Output 1.4 Benefits 1.5 Success Criteria 2 Project Definition 2.1 Deliverable 2.2 Budget 3 Project Plan 3.1 Site Analysis 3.2 Authorization Procurement Procedure 4 Project Assumption 5 Project Risk 6 Project Management Team 6.1 Project Organization 6.2 Team Members 6.3 Tasks 7 Stakeholders 7.1 Primary Users 7.2 Government and Statutory Authorities 7.3 Other Community and User Groups 8 Reference Documents / Sources 9 Minute Meeting
    • 1. PROJECT INTRODUCTION 1.1BACKGROUND Most of the students studying in Taylor’s University Lakeside drive to campus. This means that Taylor’s needs to provide plenty of parking spaces. However, after analyzing the situation, some students couldn’t get parking spaces and most of them complained about walking under the hot sun from their car to classes and vice versa. Not only that, students who parked their car at Zone J, which is near the highway, had to walked along the road and across it, where cars and trucks passing by often in a quite narrow road, which is quite unsafe for them. This goes the same for students wanting to go to McDonald’s near the highway. Students living in U- Residence need to travel to Sunway to get their grocery stores, which is a bit far and things in Sunway are quite expensive for some. 1.2OBJECTIVE •Increase parking spaces •Build a pedestrian bridge for students who parked their car in Zone J •Build an access from Taylor’s straight to McDonald’s •Build grocery stores •Build a rooftop garden 1.3OUTPUT A pedestrian bridge leading to the newly built multi story parking lot in Zone J, providing students with grocery needs with affordable prices and easier access to McDonald’s. 1.4BENEFITS •More parking spaces for students •Students can cross the roads towards Zone J parking lot safely •Students will have an easier access to McDonald’s •Students do not have to travel so far to get their grocery needs •Students will have a new place for their leisure time 1.5SUCCESS CRITERIA •Defined specific objectives •Excellent verdict from project manager •Project team complete assignment task •Proper and conducive planning of project •Skill level of human resource •Time allocation of project •Sufficient budget •Constant communication between client and project team •Repetitive review of project
    • Item Estimated Cost (MYR) Hard Construction (Budget within 200,000 MYR) Foundation, Framing, Flooring 13,722.75 Fixtures, Furnishings and Equipment 35,162.00 Water piping 2,500.00 Landscaping services 61,732.00 Site Work 41,500.20 Material cost (Wood for benches/canopies/flooring on rooftop, concrete, sand/soil, etc) 8,300.90 Sub Total Hard Cost 162,917.85 Permit and License Cost 15,380.00 Soft Construction (Budget within 200,000 MYR) Architect, Engineers, and Quantity Surveyor 65,000.00 Playground Planning 40,000.00 Landscaping Designing 40,000.00 Legal Fees 30,000.00 Fees 15,000.00 Sub Total Soft Cost 190,000.00 Contingency 15,000.00 Total Estima ted Cost 368,312.85 2. PROJECT DEFINITION 2.1 DELIVERABLE - More parking spaces with a safer access to it - Better access to McDonald’s - Nearby grocery stores - New recreational rooftop park 2.2 BUDGET Total Construction Budget : 368,312.85 MYR (Within 400,000.00 MSYR)
    • No. Procedure Time to Complete Associated Cost 1 Submission : Local Authority through OSC (One Stop Center of the Municipality of Subang Jaya) Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 day MYR 480 2 Obtain Development Order (DO) from Planning Dept 28 days No charge 3 Obtain RORO Bin Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 days No charge 4 Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 days MYR 1,514 5 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to OSC Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 day No charge 6 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia Agency: Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia 1 day No charge 7 Obtain Building Plan Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 17 days MYR 1,301 8 Obtain Street Lighting Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 days No charge 9 Obtain Landscape Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 days No charge 10 Obtain Water Approval Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 14 days No charge 11 Water Inspection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 day No charge 12 Water Report Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 11 days No charge 13 Request Water Clearance Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 day MYR 1,000 14 Obtain Water Connection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 day MYR 30 3. PROJECT PLAN 3.1 SITE ANALYSIS •Rock pebbles on the ground. •Fences surrounding the area. •Some construction going on nearby the proposed area. •Wild plantations nearby McDonald’s. •Only one exit to the current opened space parking lot. •Huge signboard. •Traffic congestion starts around 17:00 and starts to clear out around 19:00. •The threat that the students (who parked their cars in Zone J) had to face while walking towards the parking lot. They had to walk along the narrow roads and at the same time, had to go across the road while cars and trucks are passing by which is quite unsafe. 3.2 AUTHORIZATION PROCUREMENT PROCEDURE
    • Assumption Confidence Impact Priority Obtained approval from local authority High High High Material and equipment will supply by Supplier High High High PROJECT MILESTONES ARE REACHED IN TIME Medium Medium Low Sufficient skilled human resource will be provided Medium Medium Low Construction will fund by Project Sponsor High High High 4. PROJECT ASSUMPTION
    • Risk Probability Impact Mitigation Approaches Insufficient budget Low High Quantity surveyor will have to give us the latest budget planning each meeting to avoid this case to happen. Failure to complete Low High Project plan has key milestone dates, which are reviewed by the Project Team each week. Hazy climate which causes the workers become sick and the progress stall Medium Medium Each worker will be given a mask and they will be encouraged to wear the mask along the day to prevent falling sick. Insufficient supply High High Cooperate with other sub-con as a backup if the current sub-con did not provide sufficient supply Insufficient skilled workers Medium High Our worker are all skilled workers and they are all chosen through interview 5. PROJECT RISK
    • Project Requestor: Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus Project Sponsor: Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya Project Owner: Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus Project Manager: Yuan Kai Shien Team Members: Contractor – Lee Yaue Shen Architect – Danar Jovian Quantity Surveyor – Preston Liew Ru Ping Engineer – Leong Jia Xin Landscape Architect - Liew Qiao Li Challenged Members: Students of Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus 6. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM 6.1 PROJECT ORGANISATION
    • The Role Person-in-charge Company Address Architect Mr. Danar Jovian Phone:+62 821 1483 6699 Fax: +62 21 2003 2009 E-mail : jovianco@gmail.co.id JovianCo Architecture Firm KAV E.2.4No.4, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950 Project Manager Mr. Yuan khai Shien Office No: +603-2233 8567/8568 Fax No: 03-22335511 E-mail : khaiShienpm@hotmail.com Khai Shien Project Manager Sdn.Bhd 131, Jalan Nilam 6/5, Taman Teknologi Subang, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. Landscape Architect Miss Liew Qiao Li Phone: (+60) 16-8497375 E-mail: shirleylandscape@gmail.com Website: www.shirleylandscape.com SL Landscape Architecture Firm Lot2-A,Block J,Petaling Street,47300 Petaling Jaya,Selangor. Structural Engineer Miss Leong Jia Xin Office No: 07-3887006 E-mail: in.engineering@gmail.com IN Engineering Co. No 33,Jalan Perindustrian, Taman Sentosa,81500 Petaling Jaya,Selangor. Contractor Mr. Lee Yaue Shen Phone: (+60) 12-3625551 Office No: 03-90766857 E-mail: yaueshen_lee@hotmail.com Shen Min Construction Sdn. Bhd. No 64, Lorong Cp7/64, Taman Cheras Perdana, Batu 10, 43200, Cheras, Selangor D.E Quantity Surveyor Mr. Preston Liew Ru Ping Office No: 03-9543333222 Fax No: 03-954333333 E-mail: plrpsdnbhd@gmail.com PLRP Sdn.Bhd Lot 102, Lorong Pokok Seraya 1A, Taman Khidmat, Bukit Padang, 88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. 6.2 TEAM MEMBERS
    • 3.3 TASKS Architect •Receive, appraise and report on the client’s requirements with regard to the client’s briefthe site and rights and constraintsbudgetary constraints the need for consultants project programme methods of contracting. • Prepare an initial design and advise on the intended space provisions and planning relationships proposed materials and intended building servicesthe technical and functional characteristics of the design. •Confirm the scope and complexity.Review the design and consult with local and statutory authorities. •Prepare documentation sufficient for local authority submission:co-ordinate technical documentation with the consultants and complete primary co-ordinationprepare specifications for the worksreview the costing and programme with the consultantsobtain the client’s authority and submit documents for approval. •Hand over the site to the contractor. •Fulfil and complete the project close-out including the preparation of the necessary documentation to facilitate the effective completion, handover and operation of the project. Landscape Architect •Design of outdoor space for residential, commercial, recreational, industrial, institutional, and public sites. •Site planning which focuses on physical design and arrangement of built and natural elements of an area. •Design and planning of urban spaces and town by using zoning techniques, land-use studies, and master planning to develop the layout and organization of urban sites. •Environmental planning address the spectrum of planning and managing land, water, natural resources, environmental impacts, reclamation, function, sustainability, and aesthetics. •Plan the historic preservation and reclamation of parks, gardens and grounds, urban areas, and natural landscapes. •Prepares the general ground modeling plan and planting layout. •Prepares drawings and specifications of utilities •Prepares schedule of shrubs, tress and other plants. •Prepares details of landscaping elements. •Assists the client in conducting bids or negotiations with landscape contractors •Checks and approves samples of materials. •Conducts final inspection and approval of landscaping works.
    • Structural Engineer •Design the framework of the side and other structures to ensure strength and rigidity. •Consult with other engineers, architects, landscape architects and environmental scientists etc. •Operate and program computers to assist with calculations. •Research, develop and test solutions to specific structural problems. •Supervise construction of the side and makes recommendations for corrections if there are any problems or the side does not meet standards. •Take into account the effect that natural forces have on the car park and design the car park accordingly (to take into account forces from winds and storms etc). •Review existing structural designs to identify savings or to match the side closer to the builder’s expertise. •Pre-purchase inspection reports. •Identify the feasibility of removing or moving load-bearing walls or other structures. •Provide advice on how to safely change the layout of an existing home, if required. •Organise delivery of the materials and equipment needed to complete the project and supervise . Project Manager •To organize, plan, coordinate, control and monitor projects from commencement to completion in order to achieve the highest quality and standards within the stipulated time frame, optimal resource usage and budget •Liaison with Government Authorities and Consultants for project implementation issue Ensure subordinate and sub-contractor understand and carry out work diligently with cost, quality and safety in mind Monitor the efficient utilization of plant, labour and material for the project and report to HQ top management. Prepares and review construction programme, physical & Financial ‘S’ curve, and submit monthly to Client, Consultant and HQ top management. Assists in contract administration and management. Communicate with the customer regards the quality of works, system and process approach. And attend to customer feedback & satisfaction. Liaises with consultants on all project matters Managing multi-disciplinary works within a project including handling project planning, budget and cost control Responsibility to safety & health, environmental and quality system (ISO) implementation To lead and coordinate works amongst the project team, & to conduct meeting with domestic/ nominated sub contractor. To analyse and certify the submitted monthly progress work performance report and monthly material delivery and usage report to top management. To analyse, certify and propose sub contractor monthly '
    • Contractor •A general contractor is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of a construction site, management of vendors and trades, and communication of information to involved parties throughout the course of a building project. •The general contractor is employed by the client, on the advice of the architect or the architectural technologist. •The contractor calculates a price, also called an estimate. •The general contractor considers the cost of materials and equipment as well as the cost of labour to provide the owner with an approximate price for the project. •A general contractor is responsible for providing all of the material, labour, equipment (such as engineering vehicles and tools) and services necessary for the construction of the project. •The general contractor hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work. •Responsibilities may include applying for building permits, securing the property, providing temporary utilities on site, managing personnel on site, providing site surveying and engineering, disposing or recycling of construction waste, monitoring schedules and cash flows, and maintaining accurate records. •Make sure suitable welfare facilities are provided from the start and maintained throughout the construction phase. •Ensure all workers have site inductions and any further information and training needed for the work. •Prepare, develop and implement a written plan and site rules (Initial plan completed before the construction phase begins). •Check that the client is aware of their duties, check that a CDM co-ordinator has been appointed and ensure that HSE has been notified before the work starts.
    • DATE: 13-06-2013 TIME: 4:30pm-5:15pm LOCATION: ARCHITECTURE STUDIO 1 ATTANDEES: 1.Leong Jia Xin (LJX) 2.Jason Lee (JL) 3.Danar Jovian Aditya Vadya Putra (DJAVP) 4.Yuan Khai Shien ( YKS) 5. Preston Liew (PL) 6.Liew Qiao Li (LQL) AGENDA NO. AGENDA ITEM. ACTION BY. DECISION 1 ROLE CHOOSING DJAVP YKS as Engineer LQL as Landscape architect PL as Quantity surveyor JL as Contractor DJAVP and LJX as Architect 2 PROJECT SUGGESTION a) Three-stories car park. -The students spend a lot of times in finding car park spaces. -The car parks that provided are too far and not enough for the students and visitors. b)24 Hours Restaurants - Due to some of the students will rush for their projects in the midnight and they will also feel hungry, so we decide to build some 24H restaurants in a row of shops for them. c)Bridge - It’s too far from the way of Block E to the outside car park. So, we think that it’s necessary to build a bridge to shorter the distance and is also for their safety. ALL MEMBERS We prefer the first option, three- stories car park, but then we still ask for Miss Norma’s opinion. 3 SITE SUGGESTION a) School car park zone - The car park zone where located outside and beside the highway. ALL MEMBERS Agreed by all. CLOSING REMINDER -DJAVP suggests that we can think more further for the car park option and asks us do some researches. - Everyone should be understand their own role in this project. NEXT MEETING -16.05.2013,8:00pm-9:00pm,ARCHITECTURE STUDIO 1 8. MINUTE MEETING
    • DATE: 16-06-2013 TIME: 8:00PM-9:00PM LOCATION:ARCHITECTURE STUDIO 1 ATTANDEES: 1.Leong Jia Xin (LJX) 2.Jason Lee (JL) 3.Danar Jovian Aditya Vadya Putra (DJAVP) 4.Yuan Khai Shien ( YKS) 5. Preston Liew (PL) 6.Liew Qiao Li (LQL) REVIEW OF AGENDA FROM PREVIOUS MEETING -The Car Park option had been approved by Miss Norma. We had been advised to combine with other project suggestions. - We took photos of our site. AGENDA NO. AGENDA ITEM. ACTION BY. DECISION. 1 Three-stories car park. -As miss Norma’s suggestions, we decide to built something more than that. All Members -LJX suggests that the ground floor of the car park can be restaurants zone. - LQL suggests that we can built a garden on the roof. -JL suggests to build a underground car park which is automatically park the cars. 2 Cost Analysis -Since our project suggestion has been approved, so we started to do the benefit analysis. PL -PL will be the one who prepare for the document. 3 Site Analysis -The site that we choosen is approved by Miss Norma. DJAVP -LJX will research for the authority which is in charge in the site that we had been choosen. -DJAVP will do the plan of the site. CLOSING REMINDER -Every members is given own works,show Miss Norma next Wednesday when tutorial class. NEXT MEETING -19.06.2013, 6:00pm-7:00pm, ARCHITECTURE STUDIO 1