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Dream Team Model Home Build

  1. 1. Project Plan Presentation by Dream Team Development, LLC As We develop in mind, body, andMBA527 Project Management spirit, We pledge on my honor that WeAndrew Fleck, Instructor have not given, received, witnessed, nor have knowledge of unauthorizedBy John Hansen, Sara Todd and Tricia aid on this or any (assignment, quiz,Harris paper, test).
  2. 2. Project Overview Dream Team Development, LLC is developing twenty-four single-family homes in the Dream Scene Sub-division located in Brown County Wisconsin. To achieve this goal, the Dream Team Development, LLC will be seeking proposals from sub-contractors, with proven experience, to complete specific tasks required for site preparation, external structures, and landscaping demands of the project.• The sub-division consists of 24 one-acre lots with water, sewer, natural gas, electric, phone, and CATV utilities in place, in the easements and right-of-ways. The subdivision has drainage ditches (no curb and gutters in place) with base- layer asphalt streets. Upon development of 18 of 24 lots, road resurfacing and final top-layer asphalt will be completed.• Lots are semi-wooded with moderate undulations and natural berms allowing for potential walkout development. Future buyers requesting such aspects do so at their own responsibility and expense.
  3. 3. Project Objectives• Construction will be completed based on current and established architectural drawings, and in compliance with local, state and other building codes.• Dream Team Development, LLC has contracted with D&G Modular Homes for the construction of homes for the subdivision. The Model Home for this project will be “The Haverford” Model CT-306 Majestic Option. The construction of this Model Home will be a vital marketing tool used to attract potential buyers and close sales on the twenty-three available lots within the subdivision.• Dream Team Development, LLC plans to build homes that feature extremely low maintenance costs for water, energy and heating/cooling. This will reflect approximately 50%-60% savings for home owners over current, state averages.• Development costs, for the homes, will be in the price range of $235,000 to $285,000, based on current market value of comparable homes. Final selling prices will be dependent on the model of home and amenities chosen by the home purchaser(s).• The Model Home will be constructed to list as $325,000 based on current market value and be available for sale once all other units are purchased.• Dream Team Development, LLC is expected to realize a minimum of 28.29% gross profit (equity value) for the Model Home, based upon projected costs and market value.
  4. 4. Project ScopeFollowing are task requirements for construction of the Model Home, and futuredevelopment of the twenty-three remaining lots within the sub-division.• Excavation for, and construction of, foundation.• Coordination of activities for basement preparation of water/sewer service, for future renovations.• Proper grading for home installation as required by the modular-home builder.• Coordination of activities for excavation, grading, preparation, and installation of driveways and walkways.• Coordination of installation of gas and electric utilities with local utility providers.• Coordination of installation of water and sewer utilities with local utility providers.• Coordination of activities for high, energy-efficient aspects of home.• Construction of permanent add-ons of front and back entrance decks, and garages.• Coordination of activities for final grading, lawn installation, landscaping and
  5. 5. Supplied Materials• Dream Team Development, LLC will make architectural drawings available for the Model Home, and other design plan options, to all parties submitting bids on this project. Bidders may also personally inspect the sub-division. Sub- division survey maps are also available upon request.• All parties interested in submitting bids, must comply with the Confidentiality Agreement. Violation of this agreement will not be tolerated and may result in civil repercussions.• Dream Team Development, LLC has arrangements with D&G Modular Homes to construct energy efficient, three or four bedroom homes, with Energy Star compliant characteristics for insulation, windows, weatherizing, and heating/cooling system.• Prospective homeowners can choose from a selection of four different home plans (ST-305, CT-306, ST-307, CT-308) and three package amenity options (Lite, Affordable, Majestic).
  6. 6. Items/Service s Not Included• Sub-contractors selected for this project will not be involved in the construction of home modules.• Prospective homeowners will be responsible for any modifications not explicitly included with home plans (regarding development of remaining 23 lots).• Dream Team Development, LLC will not be responsible for the final design of plans, cost negotiations, or coordination of communication, with selected contractors (regarding development of remaining 23 lots).
  7. 7. Action Plan WBS Work Task Primary Responsible Party(ies) Start Date Finish Date Item0.0 Project Plan - SOW & Closeout Dream Team Development, LLC 05/03/11 06/21/110.1 Project Plan - SOW/Close/M-Map Sara Todd 05/03/11 06/21/110.2 Project Plan - Sched. & Budget John Hansen 05/03/11 06/21/110.3 Project Plan - Pers. & Risks Tricia Harris 05/03/11 06/21/111.1 Initial Planning-Approval Dream Team Development, LLC 04/02/12 05/11/121.1.3 Preliminary Approvals Dream Team Development, LLC 04/04/12 04/23/121.1.4 Financing KayT Loans 04/06/12 04/16/121.1.5 Acquire Subcontractor Bids Dream Team Development, LLC 04/09/12 05/11/121.2 Sub-level Construction Dream Team Development, LLC 04/30/12 06/08/121.2.1 Lot Preparation Gauthier & Sons 04/30/12 05/11/121.2.1.2 Surveying Rice 04/30/12 05/03/121.2.1.5 Municipal Approval Building Inspector 05/09/12 05/11/121.2.2 Home Foundation Gauthier & Sons 05/15/12 05/30/121.2.2.1.1 Concrete-Footings/Walls Michiels Construction 05/17/12 05/25/121.2.2.2 Municipal Approval Building Inspector 06/04/12 06/05/121.2.3 Grade-Soil Backfill Gauthier & Sons 06/07/12 06/08/121.3 Residence Construction Dream Team Development, LLC 06/05/12 08/07/121.3.1 Structures Dream Team Development, LLC 06/11/12 07/20/121.3.1.1 Home Installation D&G Modular Homes 06/11/12 06/22/121.3.1.2 Concrete Flatwork Michiels Construction 06/20/12 06/29/121.3.1.2.1.2 Plumbing Rough-in K. Kelly 06/25/12 06/26/121.3.1.3 Garage Construction JS Construction 07/03/12 07/20/121.3.1.4 Rain Gutter Installation Superior Siding 07/23/12 07/23/121.3.2 Utilities Dream Team Development, LLC 07/03/12 07/20/121.3.2.1 Water & Sewer Service K. Kelly 07/09/12 07/11/121.3.2.2 Gas & Electric Service WI Public Service 07/03/12 07/06/121.3.2.3 Phone-CATV AT&T and Time Warner Cable 07/05/12 07/06/121.3.2.4 Geo-thermal HVAC System Nicolet Heating 07/12/12 07/20/121.3.3 Deck Structures JS Construction 07/23/12 08/03/12 Residence Approval - Certificate1.3.4 Building Inspector 08/06/12 08/07/12 of Occupancy1.4 Landscaping Dream Team Development, LLC 08/03/12 08/31/121.4.1 Concrete Flatwork Michiels Construction 08/03/12 08/10/121.4.2 Hardscapes Donnie Macs 08/13/12 08/20/121.4.3 Bed Preparation-Plantings Donnie Macs 08/21/12 08/24/121.4.4 Lawn Installation Donnie Macs 08/23/12 08/30/121.5 Closing Project Dream Team Development, LLC 08/24/12 08/31/121.5.1 Final Walk-through Dream Team Development, LLC 08/24/12 08/24/121.5.2 Final Expenditure Payments KayT Loans 08/27/12 08/27/121.5.3 Clearing Title KayT Loans 08/29/12 08/30/121.5.4 Mortgage Loan Closing KayT Loans 08/31/12 08/31/120.4 Project Closure - Audit Dream Team Development, LLC 09/04/12 09/07/12 Project Closure - BBQ/Open0.5 Dream Team Development, LLC 09/28/12 09/29/12 House
  8. 8. Work Breakdown Structure Model Home Build ProjectLevel 0 Level 0 Dream Team, LLLC 1.0Level 1 Level 1 Initial Planning Sub-level Residence Closing Landscaping Approval Construction Construction Project Dream Team, LLLC Dream Team, LLLC Dream Team, LLLC Dream Team, LLLC Dream Team, LLLC 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5Level 2 Level 2 Lot Home Plan Preliminary Lot Home Grade- Concrete Final Selection Selection Approvals Preparation Foundation Soil Backfill Structures Utilities Flatwork Walk-through Dream Team, LLC Dream Team, LLC Bldg. Inspector Gauthier & Sons Gauthier & Sons Gauthier & Sons Dream Team, LLC Dream Team, LLC Michiels Const. Dream Team, LLC 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.4.1 1.5.1 Acquire Bids- Deck Certificate of Financing Subcontractors Structures Occupancy Final Draw- Hardscapes Payments KayT Loans Dream Team, LLC JS Construction Bldg. Inspector 1.1.4 1.1.5 1.3.3 1.3.4 Donnie Macs KayT Loan Pro. 1.4.2 1.5.2Level 3 Rubish - Water/Sewer Land Clearing Excavation & Home Service Posts- Foundations Installation Municipal Appr. Gauthier & Sons K. Kelly Bed Preparation- Clearing 1.2.1.1 Gauthier/Michiels D&G Modular 1.3.2.1 JS Co./Bldg. Insp. Plantings Title 1.2.2.1 1.3.1.1 1.3.3.1 Donnie Macs KayT Loan Pro. Municipal Rough Grade Gas/Electric Surveying Service 1.4.3 1.5.3 Approval Homesite Budgeting- Bldg. Inspector Rice Municipal Gauthier & Sons Concrete WPS/Engebretson Front/Back Loan Closing 1.2.1.2 Approval Flatwork 1.3.2.2 Entr. Decks 1.1.3.1 1.2.3.1 Lawn Mortgage KayT Loans Culverts- Bldg. Inspector Michiels Const. Phone- JS Construction Installation Closing Obtain Accesses- 1.1.4.1 Erosion 1.2.2.2 1.3.1.2 CATV 1.3.3.2 Donnie Macs KayT Loan Pro. Permits Gravel Base 1.4.4 1.5.4 Gauthier/Donnie AT&T / TWC Dream Team Gauthier & Sons 1.2.1.3 1.3.2.3 1.1.3.2 1.2.3.2 Drain Tiles(2nd)- Garage Level 3 Municipal Backfill Construction Geo-Thermal Approval HVAC Gauthier & Sons JS Construction Bldg. Inspector 1.2.2.3 1.3.1.3 Nicolet Heating 1.2.1.5 1.3.2.4
  9. 9. Linear Responsibility Chart Contractors & Subcontract orsProject Tasks: Time Warner Cable (Phone, Donnie Macs (Landscaping) D&G Modular Home (Home Dream Team, LLC (General Van DenHuevel (Lighting & (Electrical-Data Networks) WI Public Service (Gas & (Concrete Construction) (Excavation & Rubbish) Nicolet Heating (HVAC) AT&T (Phone, Video & KayT Loan Processing JS Construction (Out- Gauthier & Sons, Inc. Superior Siding (Rain Michiels Construction (Municipal Approval) Engebretson Electric (Mortgages & Titles) K. Kelly (Plumbing) Building Inspector Rice (Surveying) Electric Service) Video & Data) Construction) Appliances) Contractor) structures) Gutters) WBS Data) Item Work Task1.1 Initial Planning-Approval R S S S S1.1.3 Preliminary Approvals S S S R1.1.4 Financing S R1.1.5 Acquire Subcontractor B ids R1.2 Sub-level Construction R S S S S S1.2.1 Lot Preparation S R1.2.1.2 Surveying S R1.2.1.3 Culvert Installation S R1.2.1.4 Erosion Prevention S R1.2.1.5 Municipal Approval S S S S R1.2.2 Home Foundation S R1.2.2.1 Excavation-Foundation Walls S R1.2.2.1.1 Forms-Footings/Wa lls S R1.2.2.2 Municipal Approval S S R1.2.3 Grade-Soil Backfill S R1.3 Residence Construction R S S S S S S S S S S S S1.3.1 Structures R1.3.1.1 Home Installation S R1.3.1.2 Concrete Flatwork S R1.3.1.2.1.2 Plumbing Rough-in S R1.3.1.3 Garage Construction S R1.3.1.4 Rain Gutter Installation S R1.3.2 Utilities R1.3.2.1 Water & Sewer Service S R1.3.2.2 Gas & Electric Service S R1.3.2.2.1 Trenching & Meter S R1.3.2.2.3 Home Service Connection S R1.3.2.3 Phone-CATV S R R1.3.2.4 Geo-thermal HVAC System S R1.3.3 Deck Structures S R Residence Approval - Certificate1.3.4 of Occupancy S R1.4 Landscaping R S S S S1.4.1 Concrete Flatwork S S R S1.4.2 Hardscapes S R1.4.3 Bed Preparation-Plantings S R1.4.4 Lawn Installation S R S1.5 Closing Project R S1.5.1 Final Walk-throug h R1.5.2 Final Expenditure Payments S R1.5.3 Clearing Title S R1.5.4 Mortgage Loan Closing S R Legend: R - Responsible; S - Support
  10. 10. Mind Mapping
  11. 11. GANT Chart Tasks 1.1 & 1.2Milestone One Milestone Two
  12. 12. GANT Chart Tasks 1.3 Milestone Three
  13. 13. GANT Chart Tasks 1.4 & 1.5 Milestone FourMilestone One – Completion of acquiring subcontractor bids. Subcontractors are essential personnel for the project.Milestone Two – Completion of rough grade. Marks all sublevel construction is complete and approved. Residenceconstruction can begin.Milestone Three – Obtaining the “Certificate of Occupancy.” Residence meets all local codes and is ready for listing. Allmunicipal approvals required have been completed.Milestone Four – Closing on mortgage loan. Marks completion of entire project. Home title is clear, all expenses paid, and marketing aspects of subdivision development can aggressively be pursued.
  14. 14. PERT Network Diagram 0 2 2 16 20 27 27 30 31 37 37 43 45 47 48 50 Lot and Preliminary and Lot Preparation Municipal Excavation and Foundation Municipal Backfill, Rough Home Plan Municipal Approval Concrete Pour Walls - Approval Grade and Selection Approval Footings Concrete Pour Accesses 1 Dream Team 2 2 Bldg. Inspector 14 5 Gauthier 7 6 Bldg. Inspector 3 7 Gauthier 6 8 Michiels 6 10 Bldg. Inspector 2 11 Gauthier 2 10 12 13 27 27 34 34 37 37 43 43 49 49 51 51 53 4 11 43 45 Financing Excavation - Water/Sewer and Plumbing Roughin 5 30 3 KayT Loans 7 9 K. Kelly 2 Acquire 20 27 Subcontractor 47 49 Bids 4 Dream Team 25 12 37 50 60 57 62 62 63 64 65 66 80 80 82 81 82 83 87 89 91 Home Concrete Flatwork Municipal Concrete Pour Garage Decks - Municipal Front Deck Municipal Approval Installation - Prep - Basement Approval Basement and Construction Foundation Approval - Certificate of Module Install Garage Posts Occupancy 12 D&G Modular 10 13 Michiels 5 15 Bldg. Inspector 1 16 Michiels 1 17 JS Construction 14 19 JS Construction 2 21 Bldg. Inspector 1 22 JS Construction 4 25 Bldg. Inspector 2 53 63 63 68 68 69 69 70 70 84 84 86 86 87 87 91 91 93 60 63 66 80 80 81 86 90 Concrete Flatwork Utilities Rain Gutter Back Deck Prep - Garage Installation Installation 88 91 14 Michiels 3 18 KK/WPS/ATT/TWC 14 20 Superior Siding 1 23 JS Construction 4 Concrete Flatwork 65 68 70 84 85 86 87 91 Prep - Driveway and Walkways 24 Michiels 3 88 91 93 95 95 98 97 99 101 104 103 105 104 106 107 109 Concrete Hardscapes - Concrete Planting Bed Plantings and Final Grading Seeding and Flatwork - Excavation and Edging Preparation Mulching and Thatching Concrete Pour Prep Top Soil Fill 26 Michiels 2 27 Donnie Macs 3 28 Donnie Macs 2 30 Donnie Macs 3 31 Donnie Macs 2 33 Donnie Macs 2 34 Donnie Macs 2 93 95 95 98 98 100 100 103 103 105 105 107 107 109 99 101 103 104 104 105 105 106 107 109 109 110 Pavers and Culvert Final Walk-through Final Draw and Clearing Mortgage LoanProject Duration = 110 Days Patio Removal and GC Approval Payments Title ClosingTotal Lag Time = 10 Days 29 Donnie Macs 2 32 Donnie Macs 1 35 Dream Team 1 36 KayT Loans 1 37 KayT Loans 2 38 KayT Loans 1 = Critical Path 98 100 104 105 105 106 106 107 107 109 109 110
  15. 15. Itemized Budget Tasks/Categori es Task Initial Expenses Cost Permits/Administrative Costs1.1.2 Architectural Drawings/Design Plans $ 1,5501.1.3.2 Local Building Permits 5001.1.3.3 P&C/Liability Insurance 7501.1.4.2 Loan Filing Fees 750 $ (3,550) Draw One - Construction Loan - Apr 16, 20111.2.1 Lot Preparation/Surveying $ 1,365 Description Cost Foundation Lot Prep and Foundation1.2.2.1 Excavation 2,100 Clearing/Surveying $ 1,3651.2.2.1.2.1 Concrete - Footings/Walls 7,850 Excavation 5,5351.2.2.1.2.2 Drainage 1,0751.2.2.1.3.1 Plumbing - Water/Sewer 1,320 Concrete Walls and Drainage tiles 14,1751.2.3.1 Rough Grade 875 Residence Construction1.2.3.2 Culverts 460 Main Structure (including garage) 141,975 Initial Expense Reimbursement 3,550 $ 18,595 Decks-Entrances 6,675 Draw Two - Construction Loan - Jun 1, 2011 Utilities 5,7501.3.1.1 Home Purchase/Installation $ 64,0501.3.1.2.1 Concrete - Basement Floor/Garage 2,000 Geothermal HVAC 14,2801.3.1.3 Garage Construction 6,350 Concrete Flatwork (driveway, garage pad) 5,8251.3.1.4 Rain Gutters/Downspouts 1,000 Lanscaping1.3.2 Utilities Hardscapes (pavers, edging) 5,5001.3.2.1.2 Plumbing Home Connections 1,985 Plantings 4,7501.3.2.2.2 Gas & Electric Service 4251.3.2.2.3 Gas & Electric Home Connections 1,475 Lawn 5,3001.3.2.3 Phone & Data 545 Total Construction Expenses $ 211,1301.3.2.4 HVAC - Geothermal 7,8501.3.3 Deck Construction - Front/Back Entrances 3,250 $ 88,930 Home Lot Expense $ 33,000 Draw Three - Construction Loan - Jul 23, 2011 Construction Expenses 211,1301.4 Landscaping1.4.1 Concrete - Driveway/Walkways $ 2,250 Permits/Administrative Expenses 9,200 Total Project Development Expenses $ 253,3301.4.2 Hardscapes 5,5001.4.3 Plantings 4,7501.4.4 Lawn Installation 5,300 $ 17,800 Draw Four - Construction Loan - Aug 23, 2011 Final Subcontractor Payments Home Builder $ 64,050 HVAC Contractor $ 6,430 Excavation 2,100 Concrete 7,000 Garage/Deck Construction 9,775 Landscaping1.5.3 Title Clearing 1,000 Interest - Construction Loan 4,2001.5.4 Mortgage Loan Filing/Closing Fees 450 $ 95,005 Total Expenses $ 220,330 Home Lot Expense 33,000 Total Project Development Expenses $ 253,330
  16. 16. Approvals RequiredThe project will require approval from the following:• Brown County zoning board• City, town, or village zoning boards• Department of Natural Resources (if required)The project will be required to adhere to the following permits and tests:• Residential building permit from local and State governments• Utility easements for electrical, gas, telephone, and catv• Permits from the Department of Natural Resources (if required) Adherence to building code requirements will be the respective contractor’s duty. Approval of adherence will be the local building inspector’s duty. Dream Team Development, LLC will make final approval of work performed, to ensure quality and craftsmanship meet the expectations and specifications of the Model Home plan, before final payment is made.
  17. 17. Contractors and Specialty• Dream Team, LLC - General Contractor • Rice - Surveying• AT&T - Telecommunication • Superior Siding - Rain Gutters• D&G Modular Home - Home Construction • Time Warner Cable - Telecommunication• Donnie Macs - Landscaping • WI Public Service - Gas & Electric Service• Engebretson Electric - Electrical-Data • Nicolet Heating - HVAC Networks • KayT Loan Processing - Mortgages &• Gauthier & Sons, Inc. - Excavation & Titles Rubbish • Building Inspector - Municipal Approval• JS Construction - Out-structures• K. Kelly - Plumbing• Michiels Construction - Concrete Construction
  18. 18. Contractors and Specialty• Dream Team, LLC - Implement sub-contracts with various businesses to ensure appropriate and timely installation of all aspects of the pre-fabricated home.• Gauthier & Sons - Excavate site and prep for foundation installation, driveway installation and yard installation. Trenching for water, electric, and sewer.• Rice - Determine appropriate placement of foundation to ensure proper drainage.• County/State Inspectors - Inspection of foundation, final inspection of home, final inspection of utilities, final inspection of flatwork, structures and landscape• Michiels Construction- Prep and install concrete flatwork to include, foundation, concrete walls and drainage, driveway and apron, garage floor, front deck.• K. Kelly - Install internal and external plumbing fixtures.• Nicolet Heating - Install GeoThermal furnace, central air and air filtration systems.• AT&T and Time Warner Cable - Run services from nearest hook up to house. Install phone land lines, cable and internet hookups to the house as well as internal outlets.
  19. 19. Contractors and Specialty• Engebretson Electric - Make final connections of electric service from home to service panel. Install electrical needs for garage.• WPS - Run appropriate lines for electricity and gas from road to house. Determine and install all electrical needs to meters.• Superior Siding - Prep for and install siding to, garage. Prep for and install appropriate sofet and gutter systems to garage.• D&G Modular - Construct home modules and deliver to site. Install modules on foundation, perform finish services for siding, roof, trim, windows, etc… (components installed during manufacture).• Donnie Macs - Design landscaping plans and install, construct components of plan including plantings and mulching.• JS Construction - Construct three-stall garage in accordance to selected plans, including sheathing, siding, doors, windows, and openers.• KayT Loan Processing - Handle all requirements for construction and mortgage loan including finding a lender and all processing and paperwork. Coordinate draws as needed and ensure clear title after all payments are made.
  20. 20. Risk Analysis Severity Probability ImpactContractor Risk (1 - Low, 5 - (1 - Low, 5 - (1 - Low, 5 - Response Monitor and Control High) High) High) Properly monitor the state of the project to allow for additional monies to be Communicate with each sub-contractor to verify the status of the work. AddressDream Team, Additional draws 3 1 3 extracted at the scheduled draws to allow for any overages that may be occurring. any emergent problems or changes of status and how they will affect costs.LLC Exceeding budget 4 2 3 Assess the budget status at each milestone to allow for last minute changes. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Check in on the status of the work on a regular basis to ensure things are Equipment breakdown 5 3 5 Bring in alternate equipment.Gauthier & progressing as planned. Visit the site personally.Sons Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 3 3 3 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary that needs to be completed. Equipment breakdown 2 3 1 Reschedule. Bring in alternate equipment. Check in on work progress during installationVan Goethem Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 1 3 1 Reschedule. that needs to be completed. Equipment breakdown 2 3 1 Reschedule. Bring in alternate equipment. Check in on work progress during installationWeslow Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 1 3 1 Reschedule. that needs to be completed. Check in on the status of the work on a regular basis to ensure things are Equipment breakdown 5 3 5 Bring in alternate equipment. progressing as planned. Visit the site personally.Rice Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 3 3 3 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary that needs to be completed.County/State Inspection failures 1 4 4 Ensure proper skills are available to complete the installations. Verify certifications and utilize respected contractors to perform installations.Inspectors Scheduling conflicts 3 4 4 Ensure timely scheduling of inspections as well as timely installation of work. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Check in on the status of the work on a regular basis to ensure things are Equipment breakdown 5 3 5 Bring in alternate equipment. progressing as planned. Visit the site personally.Donnie Mac Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 3 3 3 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary that needs to be completed. Delays in product 3 3 3 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. deliveryK. Kelly Unforeseen needs 1 2 5 Assess the needs independently and schedule as necessary. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Inspection failures 1 5 5 Re-work the necessary areas and pull in additional workers if necessary. Verify certifications and utilize respected contractors to perform installations. Scheduling issues 2 1 1 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project.AT&T Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 2 1 1 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary that needs to be completed. Inspection failures 1 5 5 Re-work the necessary areas and pull in additional workers if necessary. Verify certifications and utilize respected contractors to perform installations.Van DenHeuvel rework 1 4 4 Re-work the necessary areas and pull in additional workers if necessary. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Unforeseen needs 2 3 3 Assess the needs independently and schedule as necessary. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Scheduling issues 2 2 2 Reschedule and piggy-back projects as allowed. Extend the project if necessary Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project.WPS Unforeseen needs 1 3 3 Assess the needs independently and schedule as necessary. Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project. Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work Inclement weather 3 3 3 Reschedule that needs to be completed. Check in on the status of the work on a regular basis to ensure things areSuperior Siding Equipment failure 3 3 3 Bring in alternate equipment. progressing as planned. Visit the site personally. Delays in product Request product be delivered at a date prior to scheduled installation to ensure the 2 4 4 Reschedule delivery product is on site in time.
  21. 21. Contingency PlanningDream Team LLC, will utilize the following tactics to allow for Contingency Planning:• Communicate with each sub-contractor to verify the status of the work.• Address any emergent problems or changes of status and how they will affect costs.• Utilize milestones to analyze the current state of the project.• Check in on the status of the work on a regular basis to ensure things are progressing as planned.• Visit the work site personally to analyze the extent of the weather impact on work that needs to be completed.• Check in on work progress during installation of key components, i.e. foundation, mound system, electrical, plumbing, etc.• Reschedule and piggy-back projects as necessary to keep within the scheduled timeline.
  22. 22. Project Success or FailureA successful project will consist of all of the following: • Meeting expectations of Dream Team, LLC. • Meeting all required building codes and passing inspections. • Obtaining certification as an Energy Star Home. • Completion on time, within budget, and receipt of Occupancy PermitFailure of the project will be any of the following: • Exceeding timeline schedule. Objective Completion • Exceeding budgetary constraints. Deliverable Planned Actual Success Date Date (Y/N) • Failure to obtain Occupancy Permit. Model Home Build Project 8/31/11 8/31/11 Y Sub-Level Construction 6/8/11 6/8/11 Y • Not acquiring all of the above Home Foundation 5/30/11 5/30/11 Y conditions. Residence Construction 8/7/11 8/7/11 Y Utilities 7/20/11 7/20/11 Y Deck Structures 8/3/11 8/3/11 Y Landscaping 8/31/11 8/31/11 Y Certificate of Occupancy 8/7/11 8/7/11 Y Title Clearence 8/31/11 8/31/11 Y Mortgage Loan Closing 8/31/11 8/31/11 Y *All documentation will be electronically archived for future reference.
  23. 23. Project ClosureOne week after completion, an audit of the project was conducted revealing: Lessons Learned What Worked? Why Did It Work? Dream Team,LLC managed entire project without using a third party so there was more control over the quality of the Quality was excellent project Dream Team, LLC realized that their goals and those of the contractors were different. Since Dream Team, LLC managed Project completed on time the entire project, the project goals were communicated to the contractors. Project completed on budget Realistic budget forecasting from the beginning What Did Not Work? Why Didnt It Work? What Could be Done Differently? Dream Team, LLC did not have enough staff to handle the project as Hire appropriate number staff to manage the Confusion of plans efficiently one lots began to sell scope of the entire project Reduce the number of contractors, where Familiarity with building All contractors were not familiar with building codes that caused possible, and ensure that they are all familiar codes confusion on site with local building codes prior project start date Where There Any Delays? Why Were There Delays? Could It Be Prevented in Future? Not inclement weather. Contractor did work The foundation excavation several Saturdays to keep project on The weather (rain) was delayed a couple days schedule. Keep non-scheduled days in task for such incidents. One month after completion, an “Open House BBQ” was held for prospective clients, with subcontractors in attendance. Subcontractors were invited to talk with clients about the home’s features and work performed – to showcase their craftsmanship. After the open house, subcontractors were invited to stay and review aspects of the audit. Afterward, the celebration continued with an emphasis to celebrate project success.

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