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Class Project for PM class, Scenario Based Presentation. This presentation has some details based on a question. Overall it gives an idea about critical path of a project . I will soon post the ...

Class Project for PM class, Scenario Based Presentation. This presentation has some details based on a question. Overall it gives an idea about critical path of a project . I will soon post the question for more clarity . Many thanks for your time.

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    • STADIUM PROJECT
    • Company Overview
    • Project Description
    • Project Team
    • Project Construction Life Cycle
    • Work Breakdown Structure
    • Potential Challenges
    • Our Strategy
      • Critical path
      • Gantt Chart
      • Why it will work ?
    • Conclusion
    Part 1: 7 Minutes Part 2: 6 Minutes Part3: 7 Minutes
    • Sharon Construction Inc. is a full service general contractor specializing in commercial and institutional construction.
    • We provide a complete range of services including:
        • Preconstruction Services
        • Design/ Build
        • Construction Management
        • General Construction
      • Company :Sharon Constructions
      • State of Incorporation: NY
      • Employees : 510
      • Annual Revenue: 2.5 million
      • URL: www.sharonconstruction.com
      • Key Stakeholders: Jim Brown &
      • Jack White
    • Project name & Location : MEL STADIUM Construction
    • Type: Design – Build
    • Owner: MEL, NY
    • Potential Profit: $300,000
    • Scope : Build 20,000-seat Stadium
    • Time Frame: February 15,2009 – February 15, 2010
    • Penalty Clause: 15,000 per week of delay
  • Project Team Conceptual Planning and Feasibility Study Design and Engineering Procurement and Construction Startup for occupancy Operation and Maintenance Disposal of Facility Define Objective and Scope Acceptance of Facility Conceptual Plan or Preliminary Design Completion of construction Construction Plans and Specification Administrative closure
  • Architects and Planners Landscape Architect Geotechnical Transportation Structural Engineer Lead Architect General Contractor and Team Developer and Operator Facilities Owner Project manager Subordinates (MEL) PROJECT TEAM
  • Project MEL 1. Initial Planning and discussions with management team 2. Project Management Activities. 3 Constructing the Stadium New Business proposal president company President and feed back from subordinates. Further analysis and proposal feedback. - Discussion of Nov. Strike, Dec. Weather. Planning Cost Management Clearing the site Subsurface Drainage Filling Playing Field/Track Scope Management Task Management Project Office Administration Work Project Communications Human Resource Management Facilities Planning for Stadium Risk Management Procurement Management Quality Management Installation of Turf Excavation Pouring Concrete Footing Steel Structure Installation for Roof Roof Erect Dressing Room Painting of Seats Arranging Lights Score board/ other Facilities Selecting a project manager Project manager selects team members
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  • 1 Clearing Site 2 Drainage 3 Filling for playing 4 Installation of turf 5 Excavation 6 Concrete Footings 7 Supports for gallery 8 Erecting gallery 9 Seats poured 10 Steel Structure 11 Roof erected 12 Dressing Rooms 13 Seat Painting 14 Arranging Lights 15 Score Board
    • Critical Path of the project : Task 1- Task5- Task 6- Task 7- task 8 –Task9- 45 weeks
    • Possible Strike
      • Industry Labor Agreements expires Nov. 30, 2008.
      • 8 weeks (30%) to 12 weeks ( 70%) of downtime
    • Colder December
      • Special heating requirement
      • Cost $500/week for heating
  • Options Task Reduction in time Associated cost 1. Expedite Pouring of seat gallery **In addition fast track Task 3 by one week 6 weeks + 1 week $20,000 2 Double shift filling the field & Expedite Pouring of seat gallery 11 weeks $30,000 3. Expedite work on Roofing using three shifts and overtime 6 weeks $9000 4. Do nothing special till December 1/3 duration from any activity $3000 per week 5. Pray – It costs nothing - - - - - -
  • Critical Path: Task 1- Task 5-Task 6-Task 7- Task 8 -Task 9
    • Critical Path of the project : Task 1- Task5- Task 6- Task 7- task 8 –Task9 : 12/25
    • Strategy: Team decided to expedite the pouring of seat galleries by 6 weeks : 11/13
    • Hence New Critical Path of the project : Task 1- Task 2- Task 3- Task 4 : 12/4
    • Strategy :Fast track Task 3 : C ritical path by 1 week.
    • Project Completion: November 25 th 2009
    • Net Profit: $3,00,000 - $20,000 =$280,000
  • Fast Track by 1 week New Critical Path: Task 1- Task 2- Task 3- Task4
  • 1 Clearing Site 2 Drainage 3 Filling for playing field 4 Installation of turf 5 Excavation 6 Concrete Footings 7 Supports for gallery 8 Erecting gallery 9 Seats poured 10 Steel Structure 11 Roof erected 12 Dressing Rooms 13 Seat Painting 14 Arranging Lights 15 Score Board
    • Critical Path of the project : Task 1- Task 2- Task 3- Task 4
    • Cut in profit is an investment to guarantee success.
    • No additional expenses for cold December.
    • Contingency measures taken well in advance for probable Strike.
    • Delivery Date 75 days ahead of schedule and under budget.
    • Hurray !!
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