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Construction Project Management Class Project Presentation

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Construction Project Management Class Project Presentation

  1. 1. John and Jane Doe Site Development andManufactured Home Installation Construction Project Management Course Project
  2. 2. Introduction• This project will convert the undeveloped private land parcel belonging to John and Jane Doe (the Owners) into a developed and landscaped parcel. It will include the installation and full set up of a new manufactured home.
  3. 3. Executive Summary• The Owners hold title to the 4.95 acre property in Santa Ysabel, California identified by APN 123-456-78.• They have entered into a contract with Acme Homes, Inc. to purchase a 2475 sq. ft. manufactured home which is to be installed on that property.• The expected delivery date is in July of 2012.• Currently the property has no improvements such as buildings, driveways or utilities.• The Owners have selected their preferred home site. Initial inspection indicates that it should be an acceptable location.• Water will be provided from a well source which needs to be located and installed. There is some risk that a good water source cannot be found, but adjacent parcels have reported no problems with their wells.• Household wastewater disposal will be via a septic system. This also presents some risk in that an acceptable location for a leach field may not be available. Or, the location may dictate that we move the home site.• Once the water and the wastewater disposal systems are approved, site development will continue with grading and bringing utilities to the site.• Next the foundation will be prepared including pouring a garage slab, a water system slab and the stem wall footing with properly installed rebar and hold-down straps.• Prior to actual installation of the home, landscaping of the property can be started, outside the home site.• Some improvements requested: small rock wall with lighted address, a gazebo, a small pond and fountain.• The owners have requested a 2.5 car garage (28 ft x 26 ft) added to the home.• Once the home installation and garage construction are substantially complete, landscaping of the home site can continue. The driveway surfacing can also be completed.
  4. 4. Customer AnalysisThe Owners, John and Jane Doe, will jointly own the finished project and have the sole responsibility for accepting the finished product as acceptable.• Their main concerns for the project are: – Work should be done with a high degree of quality – The final product should match the plans and specifications – The costs should not exceed the contracted amount – The project should be completed on schedule
  5. 5. Project Deliverables• Full installation of the Owners’ manufactured home with a Certificate of Occupancy from the County of San Diego.• Construction of the garage per plans and included in the Certificate of Occupancy• Installation of the road, driveway and parking area as specified in the plans• Complete landscaping of the property as specified in the plans
  6. 6. Objective Completion Criteria• The Certificate of Occupancy is issued• The design consultants agree that the project has been completed to meet their plans and specifications• Additional success criteria include: – Project completed within budget – Project completed on schedule • Completion Date is November 5, 2012
  7. 7. StakeholdersName/Role How involved Condition for Plan to Deal with Issues SatisfactionOwners Own the project See Completion and Issues that might affect the success of the Success Criteria above. projectGeneral Contractor Executes the contract See Completion and Issues that might affect the success of the project insurance, Success Criteria above. personnel, materials and subcontractorsProject Manager Plans the project and Owners and GC deem executes that plan. the project a success.Design Consultants Design plans and Plans & specifications If an issue arises concerning implementation specifications are implemented. of the plans or specifications, the PM and…Manufactured Home Build the Home is completed The Owners and the Builder will workBuilder manufactured home together to satisfy any issues.Home Transporter Move the home and Home delivered and Issues will be dealt with by the Transporter position it accepted and the Owners.County of San Diego Review/approve plans Plans meet codes, If an issue arises concerning approval of the and specifications. home passes plans or specifications, the PM and the … Conduct inspections. inspection.Subcontractors Will complete key The task is accepted The PM and the Subcontractor will work portions of the and payment is together to solve the issue. The GC will be project. received. involved if necessary.
  8. 8. Project Overview Project ScopeThe scope of this Project includes:• developing the construction plans, the grading plans and the landscape plans• acquiring all required permits and approvals• installation of the water well and a water system including a pump, a 10,000 gallon storage tank and all required piping• installation of a properly designed and approved septic system• installation of an unpaved (except see 5 below) driveway between the access road and the garage with a parking area adequate for at least four average sized vehicles• the parking area, the 100 feet of driveway before the parking area and the driveway between the parking area and the garage will be concrete• all grading work to complete the driveway, the landscaping and the building of the foundation• bringing the electrical, telephone and, if available, the cable utility services to the home• building the foundation for the home• installation of the home on the foundation• finishing the exterior and exterior of the home• installation of a rock facing (type yet to be determined) on the foundation stem wall• installation of a 16’ by 32’ concrete patio at the family room doorway• installation of a 5’ by 8’ covered front porch with a concrete slab, concrete steps and stone facing on the porch foundation to match the home foundation• installation of a 2.5 car (28’ x 20’) garage on concrete slab• garage will be detached but closely adjacent with all separations acceptably hidden• garage will be design to match the architectural details of the home• garage will be insulated and the interior will be finished but it will not be heated or cooled except by fresh air ventilationThe project scope specifically does not include:• purchase of the manufactured home nor any involvement regarding that purchase.• delivery of the manufactured home to the home site. The Owners will contract with a carrier of their choosing to transport the home to the site and to position over the footing in a manner acceptable to the project manager.• repair of damage or deficiencies present on the home at the time of delivery.
  9. 9. Project Overview Project DependenciesThe successful completion of this project depends upon the following external processes:• The Manufactured Home Builder must complete construction of the home no later than the date to which they have agreed with the Owners• Transportation of the home to the work site must be completed successfully
  10. 10. Risk Management Risks Assessment MatrixProject Risk Probability AnalysisProject: Date: Prepared by:John and Jane Doe New Manufactured Home March 5, 2012 Wayne HolleyRisk Description/Condition/Consequence P S D RPN Risk Reduction Strategy/Action Plan P S D RPNRisk Description: 3 10 10 300 Before drilling begins, get three independent assessments of 1 10 10 100 possible well locations.No water source foundCondition:Water source with adequate flow rate is requiredConsequence:Without water source, no building permit will be issuedRisk Description: 2 8 10 160 An informal suvey of local residents has turned up no contamination 2 3 10 60 in water wells nearby. If the well does not initially pass, a moreWater source will not pass Health Dept test sophisticated (costly) treatment system will be needed. This will beCondition: a change order item with the extra cost born by the owner.Water is contaminated from some unknown sourceConsequence:Without water source, no building permit will be issuedRisk Description: 3 3 8 72 Pricing contingency has been allowed for in the cost estimate. 3 1 8 24Foundation pad nees recompactionCondition:The soil under the foudation does not pass soil compastion testConsequence:Pad needs to be excavated and refilled with proper compaction.Risk Description: 3 7 7 147 Closely monitor progress of home. If pending delay, reschedule with 2 4 7 56 subcontractors.Delivery of home is delayed Other acceptable subcontractors are usually available at greaterCondition: costs. If so, they will be used. This will result is a change order withFactory can not ship home on time additional costs charged to the owner.Consequence:Construction is stalled, subcontractors will not be availableRisk Description: 3 6 6 108 Closely monitor progress of home. If pending delay, reschedule with 2 2 6 24 subcontractors.Home can not be completed before rainy season Closely monitor progress of preparations for home setup. If pendingCondition: delay, reschedule with subcontractors.Either late delivery or other cause delays completion Ensure home is securely watertight before and after setup. Have tarps and other rain sheltering items on hand in case they areConsequence: needed.Close up and finish is complicated by wet conditions
  11. 11. Risk Management AssumptionsKey assumptions are:• Owner will qualify for appropriate and timely financing.• Acceptable water source can be developed.• Design plans and specification meeting County of San Diego requirements can be developed and all permits will be issued.
  12. 12. Risk Management Flexibility MatrixProject Flexibility MatrixProject: Date: Prepared by:John and Jane Doe New Manufactured Home March 5, 2012 Wayne Holley Least Flexible Optimize Most Flexible Why? The final product must be delivered substantial as specified. The scope can not be allowed to change without accomodations in theScope & Performance X schedule and/or cost of the project. The schedule can change withour any direct effect on either the cost or the Scope & performance. However, an indirectSchedule X consequence might result if a delay encounters excessive rain. This could affect costs. The owners are aware of the risk items that could affect costs. They are prepared, within reason, to meet those costs.Cost X Only one "X" per column. This may change over time. Make sure you say why.
  13. 13. Project Strategy• The overall approach to planning and executing the project will be to model the project plan after similar past successful project plans. All stakeholders will be kept informed as the plan is executed. .• The cross functional planning team will consist of the General Contractor, the Project Manager and the Owner. The cross functional planning process will depend on the Project Manager for the bulk of the planning with other team members advising and assisting as required.• The strategy to select the construction methods will be to depend on traditional manufactured home techniques. The design solution will be derived by a design team made up of an architectural consultant, a civil engineering consultant, a landscaping consultant and, if required, a structural engineering consultant.
  14. 14. Project PlanWork Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  15. 15. Project Plan Project ResourcesResponsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM)
  16. 16. Project PlanProject Schedule Summary Gantt Chart
  17. 17. Project PlanCost Estimate
  18. 18. Project PlanCommunication Plan
  19. 19. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built Manufactured• Design • Design – Process can be up to 10% of the cost – Is very small portion of cost of the home – Factory has plans on file, pre- – Requires “start from scratch” design approved by appropriate authorities – Wide range of choices and – Limited range of choices with limited customization customization choices• Foundation • Foundation – Can be any design – Almost always stem wall, other designs require special engineering – Can (must) be finished before home – Footing only can be completed starts before, stem wall must be after the home is in place
  20. 20. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built Manufactured• Home construction • Home construction – On site – In factory – Subject to weather delays – No weather delays – Subcontractors may not have worked – Crew works together continuously together before, trouble coordinating and are well acquainted – Parts are custom cut on site, errors – Parts are mass-cut to a template, can happen at many steps errors are minimized – Many factors can affect schedule – Factory schedule is well known and delays are infrequent• Appliances • Appliances – Installed after home is built – Installed at factory
  21. 21. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built Manufactured• Subcontractors • Subcontractors – Requires a full slate of subcontractors – Very few subcontractors • Foundation • Foundation • Framing • Setup and finish • Roofing • Electrical • Plumbing • Mechanical • Roofing • Insulation • More…
  22. 22. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built Manufactured• Additions and Remodels • Additions and Remodels – Garage can be attached or detached – Garage must be detached. Methods have been developed to make it look attached, but cost are higher. – Additions can be added (with permit) later – Additions are limited just as the garage is, can not be attached. – Remodels of almost any magnitude can be – Remodels are limited in scope. completed (with permit) at any time Anything that changes the basic construction of the home is heavily restricted.
  23. 23. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built ManufacturedWork pace Work pace• Can seem to drag on and on • Can seem to drag on and on• Onsite work can be steady with • On site work can be sporadic, with something happening every day hectic activity around the time the home is delivered and increased level of activity until it is finished
  24. 24. Stick-Built vs. ManufacturedStick Built ManufacturedCost Cost• About 18% to 40% more than • About 15% to 35% less than stick manufactured home built home• From $125 to $225 per sq ft • From $85 to $155 per sq ft

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