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F inal ici super project

  1. 1. 3 floor high building
  2. 2. Our Site The basketball court and the small abandoned lake
  3. 3. Around Site The full view of the small abandoned lake and basketball court
  4. 4. Around Site -Sulfur surrounding the area. -Surrounded by wild grass and hay Sulfur
  5. 5. Project Title: A New Place For Gathering 1.Project Introduction 1.1 background With the newly-built Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus, the land of our site in Taylor's Lakeside University is around the basketball court and behind the basketball court which is just an abandoned small lake. That lake was abandoned after a few years and dirty sheets and unsafe. In order to cover up the lake which may be the breeding site of mosquitoes, dengue, flies and much more. The water in the lake will be flushed out and soil will fill up the space 1.2 objective New facilities for Taylor’s student for chilling out Provide a safe recreational space for all age Increase parking spaces Increase the attractiveness of the space Provide a comfortable space for rejuvenation Increase the entertainment(bowling centre) To create a dessert house To build a basement parking 1.3 output Utilize the area around the existing basketball court and abandoned lake to build a 3 floor high building ,providing new entertainment , dessert house ,basement parking and new facilities with safety level and attractiveness.
  6. 6. 1.4 benefits Upgrade infrastructure of university let the university become more perfect . Students will have a new place for their leisure time Fascinate more student come to Taylor's Lakeside Campus to further their studies It will let people relax and more enjoy in this school Provide a conducive learning environment Provide a recreational space for the nearby community of all age Provide more places for social gathering and activity More parking spaces for students Increase popularity of Taylor's Lakeside Campus 1.5 success criteria Achieve project objectives Total project cost does not exceed of the initial budget Excellent verdict from project manager Meet and exceed customer expectations process improvement and time allocation of project Managing project risks efficiently Developing proper and conducive plan to achieve common tasks Skill level of human resource Reviewing and doing a rework when needed Assigning tasks to the team members Proper estimation of project in terms of not only quantitatively but also qualitatively Constant communication between client and project team Efficient change management from project team completing the project within the stated deadline
  7. 7. 2. Project Definition 2.1 Deliverable A better and upgraded indoor basketball court with air- conditioning ,comfortable, the room is void from sounds from outside A bowling centre , an extra entertainment for the students and facilities A dessert house ,those students or lectures ,workers, officer , can eat the dessert at the same time can chat with others discuss things, relax ,release stress and quench A basement parking , more parking spaces with a safer access to it
  8. 8. 2.2 Budget Item Estimating Cost (MYR) Hard Construction Cost (Budget within RM250.000MYR) Earthwork 35,000 Labor Fixtures, Furnishings and Equipment 25,000 25,725 Materials Landscaping services 43,210 25,755 Mechanical services Foundation, Framing, Flooring 20,000 20.000 Electrical wiring and water piping 25,000 Subtotal hard cost 219,690 Soft Construction Cost (Budget within RM150,000MYR) legal fees, real estate commissions and fees, financing fees, management fees, licensing fees, plan check fees, property assessment fees, sewage and water connection fees and equipment rental fees Engineers ,Architect, and Quantity Surveyor 21,000 Insurance Landscaping Designing Basement Parking , dessert house , bowling centre , indoor basketball court planning Contingency 10,000 9000 45,000 30,000 Consultant fees 33,000 Sub total soft cost 127,000 Total estimated cost 346,690 Total estimating cost: RM346,690 (within budget RM350,000MYR)
  9. 9. NO Objectives July 2013 August 2013 September 2013 October 2013 November 2013 1 Apply for Permits 2 Site preparations 3 Obtain Water Approval 4 Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval 5 Obtain Landscape Approval 6 Obtain Building Plan Approval 7 Obtain Water Connection 8 Ceiling work 9 Water supply and sewerage work 10 Water Inspection 11 Water Report 12 Excavation & support system 13 Power supply system 14 Lightning system 15 Air-conditioning 16 Computing & communication network 17 Architect ,Quantity Surveyor and Engineer Malaysia 2.3 Schedule
  10. 10. 18 Supply and installation of granular base 19 Installation of piping for drinking machines 20 Place concrete on concrete pathways 21 Place concrete on perimeter curbing 22 Installation of drinking machines 23 Landscaping work 24 Site improvements
  11. 11. 3. Project Plan 3.1 SITE ANALYSIS Beside area got a security house Sulfur surrounding the area. Surrounded by wild grass and hay Only one exit to the another parking and to the another exit Traffic congestion starts around 17:30 p.m. to 19.30 p.m. (time off work) and starts to clear out round Rock pebbles on the ground Beside area is the futsal court Some construction going on nearby the proposed area Behind area got a small abandoned lake 3.2 output Upgraded the existing basketball court Utilize the existing lake to build a basement parking and 3 floor high building
  12. 12. 3.3. Authorization Procurement Procedure N o Procedure Time to comple te Cost associat ed MRM 1 Submission to Local Authority through OSC Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1Day MYR480 2 Obtain Development Order (DO) from Planning Dept Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 28Days No charge 3 Obtain Sewerage Approval Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 14Days No charge 4 Obtain Fire Safety (Arch) Comment Agency: Fire Department 14 Days No charge 5 Obtain Hoarding & Signboard Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days MYR 1,514 6 Obtain RORO Bin Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days No charge 7 Obtain Earthwork Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days MYR100 8 Obtain Road and Drainage Approval 7 Days No charge
  13. 13. Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 9 Obtain Landscape Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days No charge 10 Obtain Street Lighting Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days No charge 11 Obtain Car Park Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days No charge 12 Obtain MSMA and SPAH Approvals Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 7 Days No charge 13 Obtain Building Plan Approval Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 17 Days MYR 1,301 14 Obtain Fire Safety (M&E) Approval Agency: Fire Department 14 Days No charge 15 Obtain Permission to start work from Building Department (KMB) Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1 Day No charge 16 Notification to start Earthwork from Engineering Department (B FORM) Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1 Day No charge
  14. 14. 17 Notification to Start Sewerage Work (PDC 6) Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1 Day No charge 18 Request sewerage inspection Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 1 Day No charge 19 Sewerage inspection Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 1 Day No charge 20 Sewerage report Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 1 Day No charge 21 Request Road & Drainage Clearance Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 1 Day No charge 22 Road and Drainage Inspection Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1 Day No charge 23 Road and Drainage Report Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 12 Days No charge 24 Request Sewerage Clearance Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 1 Day No charge 25 Sewerage Inspection 1 Day No charge
  15. 15. Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 26 Sewerage Report Agency: Sewage Services Department IWK 12 Days No charge 27 Request Fire Safety Clearance Agency: Fire Department 1 Day MYR111 28 Fire Safety Inspection Agency: Fire Department 1 Day No charge 29 Fire Safety Report Agency: Fire Department 12 Days No charge 30 Request Water Clearance Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR 1000 31 Water Inspection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day No charge 32 Water Report Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 11 Days 3Days 33 Deposit G1 - G21 Forms and F Form to OSC Agency: Municipality of Kuala Lumpur DBKL 1 Day MYR495 34 Deposit G1 - G21 Forms and F Form to Board of Arch / Eng Malaysia 1 Day No charge
  16. 16. Agency: Board of Architecs and Engineers of Malaysia 35 Obtain Water Connection Agency: Water Authority SYABAS 1 Day MYR30 36 Obtain Telco Connection Agency: Telekom Malaysia (Telco) 15 Days MYR495 3.4 ALTERNATIVE PLAN A midnight coffee shop KfC shop A life centre
  17. 17. 4.PROJECT ASSUMPTION Assumption Confidence Impact Priority Project scope will not be modified High High High All project resources will remain available throughout the project lifecycle. Medium Medium Low Dedicated staff will remain in their current roles. Medium Medium Medium Replacement parts will be on site within four hours of notification High High High Approval from local authority are obtained High High High
  18. 18. 5.PROJECT RISK Risk Probability Impact Mitigation Approaches Site access may prove more difficult than expected. Medium High Discuss with others partner and find a solution Inadequate funding to complete the project Low High . Re-scope project, focusing on time and resourcing Client may change business focus and withdraw support for project Medium Medium Meeting with client ,every time of meeting need to record it ,and let client sign Lack of technical skills in partner Medium High Develop training plan Insufficient supply High High Cooperate with other sub-con as a backup if the current sub- con did not provide sufficient supply
  19. 19. 6.PROJECT ORGANIZATION Project Requestor: Taylor's University Lakeside Campus Project Sponsor: Majlis Bandaraya Subang Jaya Project Owner: Taylor's University Lakeside Campus Project Manager: David Beckham Team Members: Engineer – Yap Yong Xing Architect – Anthony Chew Quantity Surveyor –Kevin Lee Contractor – Tan Wen Hao Challenge Members: The residential community of PJS 8
  20. 20. Anthony Chew - Architect
  21. 21. Wen Hao Tan - Contractor
  22. 22. Kevin Lee - Quantity Surveyor
  23. 23. Yap Yong Xing - Structural Engineer
  24. 24. CONTENT No Title Page Cover Content 1 1 Project Introduction 2 1.1 Background 2 1.2 Objective 2 1.3 Output 2 1.4 Benefits 2 1.5 Success Criteria 2 2 Project Definition 3 2.1 Deliverable 3 2.2 Budget 3 2.3 Schedule 4 3 Project Plan 7 3.1 Site Analysis 7 3.2 Output 8 3.3 Authorization Procurement Procedure 9 3.4 Alternative Plan 9 4 Project Assumption 10 5 Project Risk 10 6 Project Organization 11

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