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    • Prepared By: Yap Wei Tyng0314058 Moy Ching Hong 0314014 Edwin Ho KhaiVun 0314846 Parham Farhadpoor 0313698 Chan Pin Qi 0314676 25th July 2013
    • Content 1.) Introduction 1.1) Project Background 1.2) Project Description 1.3) Views of Site 1.4) Landscape Plan 1.5) Project Objective 1.6) Success Criteria 2.) Project Management Team 2.1) Team Members 2.2) Objectives 2.3) Tasks 3.) Specification 3.1) Risks 3.2) Constraint 3.3) Assumption 3.4) Timescale of project 4.) Skateholders 4.1) Authorities and Approval 4.2) Primary Users 4.3) Other communities and Groups 5.) Budget 5.1) Preliminary budget structure 5.2) Exclusion 6.) Reference Document/ Minute meeting 6.1) Websites 6.2) Minute meetings
    • 1.)Introduction 1.1)Project Background Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus has a lot of facilities such as residential area, campus and “The Broadwalk”. However, there are still some problems faced by the students there were food were too expensive and they decide to cook by their own. But they can’t found any cooking material in or near the campus, the nearest location is Sunway Pyramid which is crowd and full with traffic, it was hard for them to travel there just to buy cooking material. So, we decide to build a shopping mall near the campus beside “The Broadwalk”. 1.2)Project Description This building name is “Smart”, because S stands for super and Mart stands for market. Besides it was also considered as a smart supermarket because it combines kitchen and supermarket. This building used an amount of 50m X 50m of space. This building was faced to the campus because it was a beautiful view. It was such a waste by leaving a beautiful lake without using the space wisely. The main reason of this building is to provide student to have a nearer place to buy food materials and able to cook and prepare their meal in the mall instead of going back to the residential block to cook because it is too labor. This building is facing to the campus because it has such beautiful view. This building’s landscape also build to enhance the view of the campus and the building area. The name of the landscape of this building is “Eye of Taylor’s”. It because it was a shape of an human-being’s eye on the lake and it was located in Taylor’s University so that how the name comes from.
    • 1.3)Views of the Site
    • 1.4) Eye of Taylor’s
    • 1.5)Project Objective: Use the land in the site wisely Provide an easier place for students and the others to buy and prepare food with cheaper price Improve the service that can be provided in this campus Increase attractiveness of the campus and the lake Provide a better location for students and the others to have their meal in a beautiful meal 1.6)Success Criteria: Project is done in time Project is done within the budget Proper and encouraging project plan Manage the project risks efficiently Allocating time for process improvement
    • 2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM 2.1 TEAM MEMBERS Key Members Person-in-charge Company Contact Adress Architect Mr. Yap Wei Tyng Phone: +6012-3456987 Fax: +603-98761234 E-mail: archinature@gmail.com ARCHITECTURE OF NATURE Sdn. Bhd Block2-02-1, JalanAmpang, Broadwalk. Landscape Architect Mr. Parham Farhadpoor Phone: +603 2297 3656 Fax:+603 2297 3730 E-mail: newdevelopment@gmail.com NEW DEVELOPMENT Sdn. Bhd Level3, Menara BRDB, JalanMarof, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan. Civial Engineer Mr. Edwin Ho KhaiVun Phone: +60328697777 Fax: +60328467778 E-mail: edwinho95@gmail.com NANO CONSULTING ENGINEER Sdn. Bhd No.58, Jalan Taylor's 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor DarulEhsan, Malaysia. Contractor Mr. James Moy Chin Hoong Phone: +604-5300777 Fax : +604-5307777 Email : jmconstruction@yahoo.com JM CONSTRUCTIONS Sdn. Bhd 3, Ballista Road, Jesselton Hill, 11200 Penang. Quantity Surveyor Miss Chan Pin Qi Phone: +6035678900 Fax : +6035678901 Email : zerolimitation_QS@gamil.com ZERO LIMITATION Sdn. Bhd 88, Sesame Street A, Taman Damansara, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. 2.2 OBJECTIVES To completely understand the needs of students and negotiate between the client and the construction team, giving professional advices on the construction and ensure follows the requirement of the students and the functionality of the building. 2.3 TASKS Architect Architect is the one who came out the design of the Smart. Determine the materials needed for the Smart’s roof, wall, floors and more to suit the weather, the condition in the environment.
    • Draw the plan of Smart. Submit modification of the design of Smart during construction to contractor. Closely supervise the construction company to ensure the building is built according to building plans. Give advices to the client on the cost of the Smart building. Architect recommends alternative solution to resolve any variations to original budgets. Conduct an assessment of the site for the owner. Consider the operations and performance of the facilities and make recommendations for maintenance and improvement. Assign the building for approval of authorities. Landscape Architect Design profession concerned with the design, planning, management and stewardship of the surrounding of Smart to achieve the best use of land use. Provide consulting services. Prepare plans of landscape design of Smart. Facilitate projects that create a balance between the needs and wants of people and the limitations of the environment around Smart. Supervision the design of a variety of projects, including urban regeneration schemes, pedestrian schemes, road or retail schemes, and maintaining the character of sites of natural beauty; Site analysis (including contours, soil, ecology, buildings, roads); Assessing a site's potential to meet the client's specifications; Carrying out environmental impact assessments; Seeking and taking into account the advices of the consultant team. Accurately preparing and presenting detailed plans and working drawings using software. Presents to client and negotiate until final design is approved. Matching the client's wishes with your knowledge of what will work best; Contacting and coordinating manufacturers and suppliers; Putting work out to tender, selecting a contractor and manager (mainly for larger projects), and leading cross-functional teams; Making site visits; Ensuring deadlines are met. Examining and checking work on-site (on large projects, landscape managers may do this type of supervisory work); Approving payment once work has been satisfactorily completed; Civil Engineer Analyzing various areas and factors that are related to designing and construction Assisting in designing Smart. Take effective part in estimating, scheduling, obtaining materials, planning, costs, controlling cost and selecting equipment to be used. Work according to a plan with regards to what are the key essentials and what needs to be modified before the construction starts
    • Review and approve project reports and designs. Contractor To build the project which has been created and assigned. Ensuring clients of their duties. Cooperate with other company which playing different role in the construction. Consult with the workers in good time Provide legal workers with specified information and background. Guarantee the building is the built according to the drawings. Negotiate with consultants, sub-traders and owner to achieve the common goal of work being completed on time. Quantity Surveyor Manages all costs relating to Smart building and civil engineering projects, from the initial calculations to the final figures. Minimize the costs of a project and enhance value for money, while still achieving the required standards and quality specified by statutory building regulations, which the surveyor needs to understand and adhere to. Work for either the client or the contractor, working in an office or on-site. Preparing estimates and costs of the work. When the project is in progress, quantity surveyors keep track of any variations to the contract that may affect costs and create reports to show profitability. Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect or the client; Undertaking costs analysis for repair and maintenance project work; Assisting in establishing a client's requirements and undertaking feasibility studies; Performing risk and value management and cost control; Advising on procurement strategy; Identifying, analyzing and developing responses to commercial risks; Preparing and analyzing costing for tenders; Allocating work to subcontractors; Providing advice on contractual claims; Analyzing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports; Valuing completed work and arranging payments; Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use; Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations.
    • 3.) Specification The name of this project is SMART. The proposed site is situated at the end of the lake of Taylor’s Lakeside University. The building consists of two stories activities blocks. Xxx total build up area of this building is SMARTm.sq. 3.1) Risk As this project is build beside the lake, and is sit on low land, therefore, special attention and precaution need to take into account at design stage and during construction of foundation. Flooding: This project is build beside the lake, when raining the site will flood and this will slow down the project for just doing pump water. Funding: The project will slow down, postpone or even abounded if the funding is not enough. Approval: The authority’s approval will affect the project. In case the project do not been approving by the authority, the project will not carried out. Labor: Lack of labor also the risk of the project. If there is no enough labor to do work, it will affect the schedule of construction. 3.2) Constraint Pollution: The remnant of construction material will affect the site environment especially the lake during the construction work. The sound of the construction will also affect the surrounding of people activities such as study, rest and working. Weather: The weather will make the project slow down and cannot follow the schedule working. Safety: The safeties of construction of surrounding will hard guaranties. This is because the material and the process of construction might be danger to those people passed by. 3.3) Assumption The working hour will be from 7am to 6pm Water pumping engine will provide in case of flooding in site The client must pay the previous work done then only will continue the next stage of construction
    • No. Task Start Finish Duration (days) Feb'13 Mac'13 Apr'13 May'13 Jun'13 Jul'13 Aug'13 Sep'13 Oct'13 Nov'13 Dis'13 Jan'14 1 Motillization 2/4/2013 2/9/2013 6 2 Fabricate reinforcement 2/4/2013 6/5/2013 115 3 Pile cap 2/15/2013 3/21/2013 30 4 Stump 2/23/2013 3/29/2013 30 5 Ground beam 3/4/2013 4/13/2013 36 6 Ground slab 3/20/2013 4/23/2013 30 7 Ground floor column 4/1/2013 5/4/2013 30 8 1st floor beam 4/17/2013 5/21/2013 30 9 1st floor slab 4/29/2013 6/1/2013 30 10 1st floor column 5/16/2013 6/19/2013 30 11 Straicase 5/9/2013 6/1/2013 21 12 Roof beam 6/3/2013 7/6/2013 30 13 Roof structure 6/14/2013 8/5/2013 45 14 Ground floor brickwall 5/23/2013 7/31/2013 60 15 1st floor brickwall 6/27/2013 9/4/2013 60 16 Doors & windows 6/15/2013 8/31/2013 30 17 Plastering 6/27/2013 9/28/2013 81 18 Tilling work 8/1/2013 10/26/2013 75 19 Laminated floor 8/1/2013 9/21/2013 45 20 Water piping system 3/21/2013 9/11/2013 90 21 Ceiling works 7/9/2013 9/16/2013 60 22 Electrical works 7/20/2013 9/27/2013 60 23 Painting 7/22/2013 11/2/2013 90 24 Apron & approch slab 6/17/2013 9/28/2013 90 25 Tilling to apron 10/28/2013 1/4/2014 60 26 Fencing 8/8/2013 11/20/2013 90 27 Santary fitting 11/18/2013 1/8/2014 45 28 Site cleaning 11/1/2013 1/27/2014 75 Timescale for project
    • 4. STAKEHOLDERS 4.1 AUTHORITIES AND APPROVALS  MajlisPerbandaranSubang Jaya (MPSJ)  Tenaga National Berhad (TNB)  Fire and Rescue Department Malaysia (FRDM)  Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor SDN. BHD (SYABAS)  Indah Water Konsortium SDN. BHD  PerbadananPengurusanSisaPepejal Dan PembersihanAwam (PPSPPA)  Telecommunication (Telekom Malaysia Berhad, Maxis Communications Berhad, and… )  Uniform Building By-Laws (UBBL)  Development Order (planning approval)  Building Plan Approval  Earth Work Approval  Roro Bin Approval  Hording and Signboard Approval  Car park Approval  Road and Drainage Approval  Street and Lighting  Landscape Approval  Permission to Start Work  SistemPenuaian Air Hujan (SPAH)  Manual SaliranMesraAlam (MSMA)  Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)  Green Building Index (GBI)  Ikram Engineering Service SDN. BHD (IESSB)  JabatanWarisan Negara  Internal Facility Management  Bank and Finance  Insurance Company
    • 4.2. PRIMARY USERS Purpose of this project is to provide convenience and fun for the students who stay in Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus (either the hostel or the hotel) and their friends. 4.3. OTHER COMMUNITY AND GROUPS Beside providing convenience for all the students who stay in the campus, this project is designed for other students as well and also lecturers and other university employees. This project is also purposed to attract people who live nearby the university and bring them to the lakeside.
    • 5. Budget 5.1 Preliminary Budget Structure Bil Categories Estimated Costs Overall 1 Foundation 20,000 2 Architect drawing 8,300 3 Interior Design drawing 5,120 4 Engineering Drawing 4,500 5 Management & Permit fees 8,000 6 Formworks 5,000 7 Equitments (eg. Crane, lorry, etc.) 5,400 8 labour fees 9,500 9 Cleaning 3,330 Exterior 10 Flooring 3,999 11 Roofing 5,600 12 Painting 4,900 13 Yard/Deck 2,000 14 Road & Drainage 2,500 15 Landscaping 9,820 Interior
    • 16 Flooring 8,200 17 Painting 3,800 18 Mechanical & Electrical 11,320 19 Sanitary 5,550 20 Plumbing 9,910 21 Doors & Windows 9,000 22 Appliances 3,210 23 Decorations 4,080 TOTAL 153,039
    • 5.2 Exclusion Bil Categories Estimated Costs 1 Overtime 3,000 2 Wastage 4,100 ~ Unused Materials ~ Broken Materials ~ Rubbish TOTAL 7,100
    • 6. Reference Documents / Minute meeting 6.1 Websites 1. Zain, D., 2013, Authorities, https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3873dsozMJONDRCbndWa 3M1M1E/preview?pli=1, Retrieved on 1 July 2013. 2. Local Authorities, Selangor, 1999-2013, Published by Lawyerment, http://www.lawyerment.com/guide/gov/Local_Authorities/Sel angor/index.htm, Retrieved on 3 July 2013. 3. Project Document Templates, 2002-2013, Published by University of Bristol, http://www.bristol.ac.uk/strategic- projects/projects/projecttools/projectdocs/, retrieved on 26 June 2013. 4. Project scope, 2007-2013, Published by TechTarget, http://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/project-scope, Retrieved on 20 June 2013.
    • 6.2 Meeting Minutes 6.2.1Meeting Minutes 1 ICI Project 02 Meeting 1 – 06 June 2013 Meeting called to order at 12.00pm by meeting chair Chan Pin Qi Members present: Yap Wei Tyng Chan Pin Qi PharhamFarhadpoor Moy Chin Hoong Edwin Ho Members not present: None About: Choosing sites and arrangement of the scope of work to each group members For the final decision, Yap Wei Tyng as the architect, as the landscape architect, as the quantity surveyor, as the civil engineer, as the contractor. Choosing site: Motion from Yap Wei Tyng: Select the car park beside the Broadwalk as site
    • Vote: 5 in favor Motion passed Motion from Chan Pin Qi: Select student life centre as site Vote: 3 in favor, 2against Motion failed Motion from PharhamFarhadpoor: Select the tennis court as site Vote: 3 in favor, 2 against Motion failed Building for the site: Motion from PharhamFarhadpoor: Use the site to build a sports center Vote: 2 in favor, 3 against Motion failed Motion from Chan Pin Qi: Use the site to build mini supermarket Vote: 4 in favor, 1 against Resolved: Combined restaurant, public kitchen and swimming pool in the supermarket Motion Succeed Meeting adjourned at 1.00pm. Minutes by ________ (Yap Wei Tyng) 06-6-2013
    • 6.2.2 Meeting Minutes 2 No. of Meeting : 02 Date : 18 June 2013 (Tuesday) Location : Subway Time : 12.00nn Attendance: Designation: 1. Chan Pin Qi (PQ) Quantity Surveyor 2. Yap Wei Tyng (NY) Architect 3. Edwin Ho KhaiVun (EH) Civil Engineer 4. Moy Ching Hong (JM) Contractor 5. Parham Farhadpoor (PF) Landscape Architect Item: Action By: 1. Parham suggested the design and the placing of the light is straight from PF the building. Pinky suggested the light have to touch and float on the lake. Vote:3 favor, 2 against 2. Parham prepared a landscape of the site and name it “Eye of Taylors” PF 3. Nicholas prepared a plain and side plain of the building. NY 4. Pinky calculated the material cost for the building. PQ 5. James choose the material use for building. Suggest: stone tiles, ceramic tiles. JM There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned at 1.45pm. Minutes by _______ (Edwin Ho KhaiVun) 18-6-2013
    • 6.2.3 Meeting Minutes 3 No. of Meeting : 03 Date : 23June 2013 (Sunday) Location : Facebook Time : 10.00pm Attendance: Designation: 6. Chan Pin Qi (PQ) Quantity Surveyor 7. Yap Wei Tyng (NY) Architect 8. Edwin Ho KhaiVun (EH) Civil Engineer 9. James Moy Ching Hong (JM) Contractor 10. Parham Farhadpoor (PF) Landscape Architect Item: Action By: 6. Finalize the findings of each of the members in the construction team. PQ 7. Nicholas prepared measurement of site. NY 8. Nicholas came out with a detailed drawing of our building. NY 9. James found sample of the type and quantity of the materials needed for a JM normal building. 10. Parham came out details drawing of the landscape planning. PF 11. Edwin found sample of electricity plan of a normal building. EH There being no other business, the meeting was adjourned at 10.30pm. Minutes by ______ (Chan Pin Qi) 18-6-2013