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  • 1. RAVINDRA RAICHUR
  • 2. Summary at glance
    • I have 26 years experience from 1985-till dt.
    • 13 years worked in construction industry.
    • 13 years in reputed retail companies india.
    • Worked with Shoppers-1999-2001(3 Years)
    • Worked with Future Group-2001-2004(3Yr)
    • Worked in Taj group-2004-2006.
    • Worked with Lifestyle-2006-2010(4 years)
    • Working in HyperCITY Retail India ltd from 2011-Till date- Hypermarket projects
  • 3. RETAIL EXPERIENCE
    • 1999-2001,IN SHOPPERS,I LEARNT SPACE PLANNING,SERVICES REQUIREMENT FOR THE RETAIL AND EXECUTION DONE INDEPENDENTLY AS PROJECT MANAGER AND OPENED 6 RETAIL STORES.
    • 2001-2004,IN PANTALOON GROUP, AS SR.PROJECT MANAGER I OPENED NEW 7 FORMATS OF RETAIL LIKE HYPERMARKET (BIG BAZAAR),PANTALOONS(APPEARALS)
    • 2006 –2010,LIFESTYLE INTERNATIONAL
    • OPENED 16 RETAIL STORES IN INDIA,2 WARE HOUSES AND 5 PROJECTS ON GOING.
  • 4. TAJ GROUP OF HOTELS
    • I JOINED TAJ GROUP IN APRIL 2004.
    • PROJECT COST AND SCHEDULE PREPARATION
    • INTERIOR/SERVICES & BOI BOQ WORKING ALONG WITH SENIORS AND COMMERCIALS.
    • PLCAEMENT OF ORDERS FOR ALL VENDORS WITH TENDER AND NEGOTIATON PROCESS ALONG WITH COMMERCIAL TEAM.
    • CO ORDINATION WITH OPERATION AND PLANNING OF EXECUTION OF ROOMS INTERIORS IN TWO PHASES.
  • 5. HOSPITALITY EXPERIENCE
    • I EXECUTED & COMPLETED INTERIORS OF ROOMS,SUITES,SWIMMING POOL, BANQUET HALL & PREMIUM SUITES OF BANGALORE,CHANDIGARH AND MUMBAI HOTELS OF TAJ GROUP IN 2 ½ YEARS.
    • INTERACTION WITH FOREIGN ARCHITECTS,SERVICES(MEP),
    • LANDSCAPING,LIGHTING CONSULTANTS.
    • NEW PROCESS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH SITE EXECUTION.
  • 6. SHOPEER’S STOP LTD
    • I WORKED DURING 1999 AND 2001.
    • COMPLETED RETAIL INTERIORS OF 5 STORES AT JAIPUR, DELHI,CHENNAI,
    • PUNE AND MUMBAI.
    • DEVELOPED 2.5 LACS SFT IN 2 ½ YEARS.
    • DEVELOPED PROJECT MANNUAL AND PROCEUDRES AS PER STANDARDS. AND IMPLEMENTED IN PROJECTS.
  • 7. PANTALOONS
    • 6HYPERMARKETS IN 3 YEARS.
    • DEVELOPED 3LACS SQ FT AREA.
    • HANDLED PROJECT TEAM OF 10 STAFF.
    • PROJECT COST Rs.1200/SFT
    • HANDLED 6 PROJECTS OF SUPERMARKET LIKE BIG BAZAAR, FFOD BAZAAR, PANTALOONS, ETHNIC CITY, CENTRAL ETC.
  • 8. PANTALOON RETAIL INDIA LTD
    • WORKED DURING PERIOD 2001-2004.
    • COMPLETD 6 HYPERMARKETS LIKE BUG BAZAAR AT BANGALORE,MUMBAI
    • GURGAON,PUNE
    • NASIK,BHUBHANESHWAR.
  • 9. LIFESTYLE
    • WORKING SINCE NOV- 2006 -2010
  • 10. LIFESTYLE –STORES OPENED
    • MARCH-2007- VASCON MALL-PUNE -70000SFT.
    • APRIL ’07- GREATED INDIA PALACE -NOIDA-90000SFT.
    • APRIL’07-ADARSH-65000sft-BANGALORE-OLD STORE RENOVATED AND REOPEND.
    • MAY’07-MALL-JAIPUR-45000sft.
    • NOV’07- OASIS STORE-75000sft-BANGALORE.
    • OCT-2007-WARE HOUSE –MUMBAI-SET UP OF( 30000SFT+90000SFT)
    • MAY’08-MUMBAI(GOREGAON)—60000SFT
    • SEPT’08-HYDERABAD-75000SFT HOME CENTER
    • OCT 2008-REGIONAL OFFICES SET UP AT BANGALORE AND MUMBAI.
    • OCT/NOV’2008—MALAD AND PHOENIX (MUMBAI)STORES -85000 SFT RENOVATION.
    • March 2009-GHATKOPER (MUMBAI)-58000sft.
    • OCT -2009- INORBIT –CYBERABAD(HYD) 65000SFT
    • APRIL-2010- VIVA COLLEGE –JALLANDHAR-38000SFT
    • MAY 2010-Z –SQUARE MALL- KANPUR-35000SFT.
    • MAY 2010-CITY CENTER- MANGALORE-39000 SFT.
    • JUNE 2010- EXPRESS MALL- CHENNAI-70000SFT.
    • SEPT-2010- VASANT KUNJ- DELHI-70000SFT
    • OCT-2010- EMPRESS – NAGPUR-42000SFT
    • 16 STORES OPENED
    • TOTAL 7.5LACS SFT NEW RETAIL AREA(PROJECTS) DEVELOPED.
    • TOTAL 1.50 LACS SFT AREA RENOVATION OF STORES.
    • TOTAl 1.20 Lacs SFT AREA WARE HOUSE. SET UP.
    • 15000 SFT AREA REGIONAL OFFICES SET UP.
  • 11. HEAD OFFICE PROJECT PRESIDENT PROJECTS INDIA AVP EXECUTION AND MAINTENANCE SR MANAGER PLANNING
  • 12. PROJECT TEAM PRESIDENT AVP-PROJECTS RAVINDRA KIRAN DANI SR MANAGER DESIGN SACHIN NAVIN DESIGNER-1 CHANDRAMOHAN DESIGNER-2 MADHUSUDAN – SOUTH SATHYAMURTHY WEST AJAY NORTH SAJI RAJESH PR CO ORDINATOR ABHIMANYU PR-CO ORDINATOR HARIRAM MAINTANCE ADIL SOUTH AND NORTH DAMODAR MAINTENANCE HEAD NIHAR DESIGNER ADIL NORTH VANDANA DESIGNER VIJAY SERVICES CO ORDINATOR WEST SUNIL SOUTH VACANT NORTH VACANT VED PRAKASH HOME CENTRE RAVI KIRAN SPLASH MENS LADIES
  • 13. CORPORATE TEAM-LIFESTYLE
    • DESIGN TEAM AND MYSELF
  • 14. PROCESSES
    • I LEARNT AND IMPLEMENTED THE PROJECT PLANNING,NEGOTIATION, ISSUING THE ORDER,CASH FLOW FOR PAYMENTS,SYSTEMS TO MAKE THE PROJECTS IN MS PROJECTS SYSTEM.
    • SITE EXECUTION TEAM SET UP AND PROJECT MEETINGS,SUPERVISION ETC.
  • 15. PROJECT PROCEDURE
    • 1.INTRODUCTION
    • 1.1 Project Description
    • 1.2 Project Details
    • 1.3 Project Background
    • 1.4 Ops Needs & Project Objectives
    • 1.5 Consultants Scope of Service.
    •  
  • 16. 2 PROJECT TIMING and MASTER PROGRAMME
    • 2.1 Milestone Dates
    • .2 Key Client/ Stakeholder Review Dates
    • 2.3 Project Master Programme
    • 2.4 Design Management
    • 2.5 Construction Procurement Strategy
  • 17.
    • 3. PROJECT TEAM STRUCTURE
    • 3.1 Project Organisation Structure
    • 3.2 Decision Makers
    • 3.3 Project Team
    • 4. COMMUNICATIONS and REPORTING
    • 4.1 Project Network Diagram
    • 4.2 Communication Management
    • 4.3 Project Contact Details
  • 18. DESIGN MANAGEMENT
    • 5.1 Client Requirements
    • 5.2 Project Design Procurement
    • 5.3 Design Inputs
    • 5.4 Design Planning
    • 5.5 Consultants Roles and Responsibilities
    • 5.6 Risk Assessment
    • 5.7 Design Budget
    • 5.8. Design Coordination
    • 5.9 Design
  • 19. 6. COST MANAGEMENT
    • 6.1 Client Requirements
    • 6.2 Consultants Roles and Responsibilities
    • 6.3 Project Budget
    • 6.4. Cost-Design Coordination
  • 20. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
    • 7.1 Strategic Construction Planning
    • 7.2 Procurement Strategy – Tendering - Contracting
    • 7.3 Construction Management Planning
    • 7.4 Administration 19
    • 7.5 Management of Completion
  • 21. PROJECT HANDOVER MANNUAL
    • PROJECT CONTACT DETAILS
    • APPENDIX B RISK REGISTER
    • APPENDIX C MASTER PROGRAMME
    • APPENDIX D CONSULTANTS SCOPE OF SERVICES
    • APPENDIX E CLIENT BRIEF
    • APPENDIX F PROJECT SCOPE OF SERVICES
    • APPENDIX G PROJECT ORGANISATIONAL CHARTS
  • 22. HANDOVER MANNUAL CONTD
    • APPENDIX I COMMUNICATIONS FLOWCHART
    • APPENDIX J PROJECT RPOERTING AND METTINGS SCHEDULE
    • APPENDIX K COST REPORT
    • APPENDIX A APPENDIX H ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES MATRIX
    • APPENDIX L CHANGE PROCESS MATRIX
  • 23. PROCESSES-2
    • PROJECT COST CONTROL.
    • PROJECT TRACKER SYSTEM.
    • ANNUAL RATE WITH THE RETAIL CONTRACTORS.
    • VENDOR STANDARDISATION AND MANAGEMENT.
    • HANDOVER BOOK MANNUAL.
  • 24. DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT
    • Describe the project in non-technical terms.
    • TO DELIVER THE SEVERAL PROJECTS AS PER OPERATION
    • PROJECT PLAN WITH THE PROJECT TEAM MANAGEMENT.
    • TO HANDOVER THE STORE TO MAINTANANCE TEAM AND TRAIN THEM.
    12/30/11
  • 25. TECHNOLOGY USED
    • New technology being used
      • MS PROJECT SYSTEM
      • ORDER STORE FIXTURES AND LIGHT FIFITTINGS FOR MULTI PROJECTS
    • Standards being adopted
      • HIGH AND LOW SIDE OF HVAC,HIGH SIDE OF ELECT,CIVIL,FALSE CEILING,PAINTING WITH BUILDER SCOPE
    12/30/11
  • 26. PROJECT SET UP GUIDE LINES
    • The following sheet brief us the guidelines for setting up of project.
    • The key dates for the project will be finalised based the concept drawings finalisation from Management.
    • The PM can work out the Project schedule based on the guidelines given in the attached sheet.
  • 27. TENDERS/WORK ORDERS
    • Once the drawings are ready from the concept the final interior drawings will be released for the Project team to float the tenders for Civil,HVAC,Electr.etc.
    • The parties will be negotiated for the above works and respective PMs will ensure the work orders will be issued.
  • 28. PROJECT STANDARD RATES
    • The following sheet gives us the guidelines for basic rates to refer for the different works before placing the order to check and ensure by Project Manager.
  • 29. WEEKLY PROJECT REPORT
    • The Respective project managers has to keep track of the progress of the works on site as per the phases of construction as listed.
    • Project managers has to send the weekly reports to Head projects as per the format attached here for reference.
  • 30. DRAWINGS –FROM STORE PLANNER
    • The list of drawings required for the project is divided in to twoPhases.(Sheetattached)
    • Phase I has to be released after the approvals from management.
    • The Phase II can be released during the project in progress.
  • 31. List of Light & store fixtures
    • The store has planner has to place the order for the light and store fixtures when the concept drawings are finalised.
    • The respective project manager has to co ordinate with the store planner to get the list and the fixtures at site on time during the work progress.
  • 32. List of other fixtures
    • The list of items to be ordered from the different dept is enclosed here with and the respective project managers have to keep track of this and ensure that these will be delivered in time at the project site before the opening of store.
  • 33. MAINTENANCE STAFF
    • The respective zone operations head has to deploy the maintenance staff on site one month before the store opening date.
    • The list of staff if attached here with as per the and they will work in shifts.
    • This will help the maintenence staff to keep the understand and run the store smoothly after the handover from projects.
  • 34. PROJECT HAND OVER
    • The Project manager has to handover the store with all respect and with the documents containing the followings.
    • As built drawings of Interior, HVAC and electrical along with PA & CCTV system.
    • Project cost along with the guarantee cards etc of the equipments.
    • List of the suppliers and contractors worked for the project.
  • 35. PROJECT GOALS
    • Ultimate goal of project
    • TO COMPLETE THE PROJECTS WITHIN SCHEDULED TIME
    • Relationship to other projects
    • MULTI STORE PROJECTS AT ATIME
    • High-level timing goals
    • TO COMPLETE PROJECT WITHIN RENT FREE PERIOD
    12/30/11
  • 36. PROJECT COST REDUCTION-1
    • Standardizations of the concepts drawings.
    • Standardization of the furniture and fixtures at site like CSD,Baggage,office
    • Podiums etc which are common.
    • Standardization of Baby shop,Home center fittings.
    • These will help us in getting the vendors ready for the best economic rates at national levels and we can set the standard vendors across the India to work on these rates.
  • 37. PROJECT COST REDUCTION-2
    • The Store fixtures Gibam and Grotni can be replaced by developing the Indian suppliers/Manufactures in due course and cost will be reduced 30% less as of now.
    • The HVAC and Electrical contracts can also be standardized with the help of consultants and get the Annual rate contract for the projects.
    • The maintenance cost can also be reduced based on the maintenance heads study on the current stores operation and energy saving scheme.
  • 38. PROJECT COST REDUCTION-3
    • The Lighting fixtures if standardised,the rates can be reduced and energy saving w.r.t these can be worked out.
    • The bought out items like UPS,server,
    • computers, safe etc can also be ordered
    • based on the rate contract with the suppliers.
  • 39. ENERGY SAVING SYSTEMS
    • The 8 running stores across India are
    • facing currently the high energy bills.
    • These can be reduced based on the study report from the consultants from the respective zones and implementing the methods for the same after the techno commercial negotiations with them.
    • The suppliers can be sourced on annual rate contract and replacement basis.