FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT
ENVIRONMENT
INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION
INDUSTRY (FNBE 0125)
THE PROJECT BRIEF
CHIA SUE Y...
2
PROJECT BRIEF
4 storey Multi-Functional Building
3
CONTENT
# TITLE PAGE
Content 3
1 Project Introduction 4
1.1 Project description
1.2 Project Objective
1.3 Project Output...
4
1. Introduction
1.1 Project Description
The project involves the location, design, funding and construction of a 4 store...
5
1.2 Project Objective
the main objective is to build a 4 storey Multi-Functional Building for Taylor’s
University Lakesi...
6
2. Project Definition
2.1. Deliverable
 There are 2 stories of hostel with a wide window for each room to enable the st...
7
Total Construction Budget : 231,345.00 MYR (Within 250,000.00 MYR)
• Landscape designing 10,000.00
• Legal Fees 10,000.0...
8
2.3 SCHEDULE
# Phase JUN
2013
JUL
2013
AUG
2013
SEP
2013
OCT
2013
NOV
2013
DEC
2014
JAN
2014
FEB
2014
MAC
2014
APR
2014
...
9
3 Excavation and
support system
4 Footing
5 Foundation
6 Framework
7 Column and Beam
erection
8 Concrete slab
9 Power su...
10
2.4 Constraint
2.4.1 Time
2.4.2 Financial
Minimum wages Workers minimum wages is MYR 900.00
Funding from government Gov...
11
Material
Concrete, bricks, or comparable hard
surfacing material
Not allowed if the fall-height is more than
60cm or mo...
12
3. Project Plan
3.1 Site Analysis
Site Condition Site Activities
1. Visual
Pond
Fish inside
Plants
Parking space
car wa...
13
No. Procedure Time to
Complete
Associated
Cost
1 Submission to Local Authority through OSC (One
Stop Center of the Muni...
14
3.3 Alternative plan
360 view library
Student life centre 2
Facial and beauty center
15
4. Project Assumption
Assumption Confidence Impact Priority
Approval from local authority are
obtained
High High High
P...
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  1. 1. FOUNDATION IN NATURAL AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY (FNBE 0125) THE PROJECT BRIEF CHIA SUE YI - 0315334 TAN KAI SIN -0315213 WONG YUN SHI -0315225 LILY THEN -0313973
  2. 2. 2 PROJECT BRIEF 4 storey Multi-Functional Building
  3. 3. 3 CONTENT # TITLE PAGE Content 3 1 Project Introduction 4 1.1 Project description 1.2 Project Objective 1.3 Project Output 1.4 Benefit 2 Project Definition 6 2.1 Deliverable 2.2 Budget 2.3 Schedule 2.4 Constraint 3 Project Plan 12 3.1 Site Analysis 3.2 Out come 3.3 Alternative Plan 4 Project Assumption 15 5 Project Risk 15 6 Project Organization 15
  4. 4. 4 1. Introduction 1.1 Project Description The project involves the location, design, funding and construction of a 4 storey Multi- Functional Building for Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus. Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus houses all existing tertiary programmes under one roof and its completion was in fact another step forward towards realising Taylor's mission to become a university of 20,000 students renowned for its teaching excellence and the distinctive quality of its graduates. The beautiful campus provides all the right conditions for a vibrant exchange between academic, commercial, social and leisure activities. More than just a home to the student population, it is the nurturing ground for an energetic and dynamic community. Therefore, the construction of the Multi-Functional Building will be able to provide a unique new experience, as well as add to the diversity at Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus.
  5. 5. 5 1.2 Project Objective the main objective is to build a 4 storey Multi-Functional Building for Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus. • Provide target group with unique suitable living spaces. • Provide comfort while giving a natural feel. • Student are able to live in the hostel with the beautiful scenery. • A glass bridge that connects the cafe to the land but positioned low and to the edges of the lake so as not to disrupt the natural scenery. 1.3 Project Output To utilize the empty area around the lake and produce higher complexity, safety level and attractiveness. 1.4 Project benefit The Multi-functional building needs to be able to respond to the aims of the client and should be able to embody and deliver the following elements and characteristics: •Provide comfortable space. • Provide a space for the community to get closer to the natural environment • fully utilise the lake without disrupting the natural scenery. • does not cause disturbances to the lake’s natural environment. • The cafe and garden is built such that it functions mainly on natural lighting and ventilation. • Priority is given to the ducks, geese, fish and other inhabitants of the lake when considering the design of the Multi-functional building. 1.5 Success criteria • Defined Specific objectives • Excellent verdict from project manager • Project team complete assigned task • Proper and conducive planning of project. • Satisfactory budget.
  6. 6. 6 2. Project Definition 2.1. Deliverable  There are 2 stories of hostel with a wide window for each room to enable the students to view the natural scenery and trap the natural sunlight into the room during daytimes.  The cafe is build at the rooftop garden for the customers relax and experience the nature while having meal at there.  The glass bridge that connects the cafe to the land will convenient the pedestrians to save time in getting from / to the commercial block to / from the academic block. 2.2. Budget Item Estimated Cost (MYR) Hard Construction (Budget within 150,000 MYR) • Foundation, Framing, Flooring 25,000.00 • Fixtures, Furnishings and Equipment 30,000.00 • Water piping 1,500.00 • Landscaping services 30,000.00 • Site Work 40,000.00 • Material cost (Glasses, concrete, sand/soil, etc) 20,000.00 Sub Total Hard Cost 146,500.00 Permit and License Cost 3,845.00 Soft Construction (Budget within 70,000 MYR) • Architect, Engineers, and Quantity Surveyor 30,000.00 • Building Planning 10,000.00
  7. 7. 7 Total Construction Budget : 231,345.00 MYR (Within 250,000.00 MYR) • Landscape designing 10,000.00 • Legal Fees 10,000.00 • Fees 6,000.00 Sub Total Soft Cost 66,000.00 Contingency 15,000.00 Total Estimated Cost 231,345.00
  8. 8. 8 2.3 SCHEDULE # Phase JUN 2013 JUL 2013 AUG 2013 SEP 2013 OCT 2013 NOV 2013 DEC 2014 JAN 2014 FEB 2014 MAC 2014 APR 2014 MAY 2014 1 Apply for Permits - Submission to Local Authority through OSC - Obtain Development Order (DO) from Planning Dept - Obtain Water Approval - Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval - Obtain RORO Bin Approval - Request Water Clearance - Water Inspection - Water Report -Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to OSC -Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to Board ofArchitect/Engineer Malaysia -Obtain Water Connection -Obtain Landscape Approval -Obtain Building Plan Approval 2 Site preparation
  9. 9. 9 3 Excavation and support system 4 Footing 5 Foundation 6 Framework 7 Column and Beam erection 8 Concrete slab 9 Power supply system 1 0 Air conditioning 1 1 Water supply and sewerage system 1 2 Computer and communication network 1 3 Roofing 1 4 Floor Finishes 1 5 Paint 1 6 Landscaping 1 7 Cleaning
  10. 10. 10 2.4 Constraint 2.4.1 Time 2.4.2 Financial Minimum wages Workers minimum wages is MYR 900.00 Funding from government Government can only give 20 % subsidy of the total cost 2.4.3 Resources Human resources Working hour All workers can only work maximum 8 hours, any more is decided by the workers’ own will. Equipment Usage time of electric power tool, chain or circular saw, gas or air compressor, pneumatic power tool, hammer and any other impacting tool or grinding equipment. Monday to Friday: before 7 am and after 8 pm. Weekends and public holidays: before 9 am and after 8 pm. Tasks Milestone Approval from local authority obtained 23rd June 2013 Project planning and design completed 30th June 2013 Execution 2nd July 2013 Completion 31st May 2014
  11. 11. 11 Material Concrete, bricks, or comparable hard surfacing material Not allowed if the fall-height is more than 60cm or more for equipment which causes a forced movement of the user’s body Pressure-treated wood Does not contain CCA, a chemical used to preserve wood, which possess harms towards health 2.4.4 Technical Easily to park car. Spaces is clearly marked. There are double lines between spaces and providing diagonal –60-degree spaces in preference to 90-degree spaces. Sufficient living spaces for the student who lives in the hostel The minimum living space for each student is 40 sq. Feet excluding kitchen, toilet and other common space Sound Proof of the music room A layer of drywall is applied over the existing wall, with visco-elastic coating, and an exterior door is used Lighting of the cafe The external wall are glasses so the sunlight can penetrate through it to make the cafe bright.
  12. 12. 12 3. Project Plan 3.1 Site Analysis Site Condition Site Activities 1. Visual Pond Fish inside Plants Parking space car wash Hostel Musical lab Garden cafe 2. Sound car engine goose sound 3. Smell Fuel Lake smell 3.2 Output • Upgraded the existing site. • Create more car parks for students and lecturers • Plant more on the top of building • Build a fountain
  13. 13. 13 No. Procedure Time to Complete Associated Cost 1 Submission to 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 Water Approval Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 14 Days No charge 4 Obtain Sewerage approval Agency: Sewerage Service Department 14 Days No charge 5 Obtain Fire Safety Comment Agency: Fire Department 7 days No charge 6 Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days MYR 1,514 7 Obtain RORO Bin Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 8 Obtain Car Park Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 9 Request Water Clearance Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR 1,000 10 Water Inspection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day No charge 11 Water Report Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 11 Days No charge 12 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to OSC Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 Day No charge 13 Deposit G1-G21 Forms and F Form to Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia Agency: Board of Architect/Engineer Malaysia 1 Day No charge 14 Obtain Water Connection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR 30 15 Obtain Landscape Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 16 Obtain Street Lighting Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 7 Days No charge 17 Obtain Building Plan Approval Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 17 Days MYR 1,301 18 Obtain Permission to start work from Building Department Agency: Municipality of Subang Jaya (MPSJ) 1 Days No charge
  14. 14. 14 3.3 Alternative plan 360 view library Student life centre 2 Facial and beauty center
  15. 15. 15 4. Project Assumption Assumption Confidence Impact Priority Approval from local authority are obtained High High High Project Sponsor will fund construction High High High Sufficient skilled human resource will be provided Medium Medium Medium Project milestones are reached in time Medium Medium Medium Supplier will supply material and equipment High High High 5. Project Risk Risk Probability Impact Mitigation Approaches Failure to complete on time Low High Project plan has set the milestone dates, and the project team will refer to it every week. Insufficient budget Low High Quantity surveyor will provide the latest budget planning and give advice on using the cheaper material. Insufficient skilled workers Medium Medium Most of the workers are skilled workers and had been cooperated before. Insufficient supply Medium High Cooperate with more than one sub- contractor 6. Project Organization a) Project Requestor Taylor's University Sdn Bhd b) Project Sponsor Taylor's University Sdn Bhd c) Project Owner Taylor's University Sdn Bhd d) Project Manager CHIA SUE YI e) Team Members Architect - CHIA SUE YI Contractor - TAN KAI SIN Quantity Surveyor - WONG YUN SHI Engineer - LILY THEN f) Challenge Members Taylor's students and lecturers

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