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PROJECT OF PROJECT
MANAGEMENT

SUBMITTED TO: DR, ALI AHSAN


SUBMITTED BY: MISS. SIDRA SARDAR MANN
DATE OF SUBMISSION: 8TH OCTOBER, 2012

CONSTRUCTION OF CAF PINK


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CAFE P!NK

Girls and Fun


All !n One

PROJECT:
A project is a temporary endeavor undertaking to create a unique product,
service or result.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:
Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and
techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements.

PHASES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT:


The phases of Project Management are as follows:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Initiating
Planning
Executing
Monitoring and Control
Closing

SKILLS NEEDED TO MANAGE A PROJECT:


Following skills are needed to manage the project of construction of Caf
Pink:
a)
b)
c)
d)

Identify outcomes and deliverables


Devise a sequence to achieve the goals
Recognize when the outcomes will be achieved
Identify the key issues

INITIATION PHASE
PROJECT INTEGRATION MANAGEMENT:
a) REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL:
The construction of Caf Pink is a completely unique idea which would
benefit the women of Pakistan. Generally, women in Pakistan are unable to
go out alone to have got together etc, without being subjected to other
biases. The community where we live, men are still dominant as compared to
women. Some of the families dont allow their daughters to go out alone.
Keeping this fact in consideration, the construction of Caf Pink will
contribute positively to the society and women will be given safe and healthy
environment to relax and chat with each other.

As the construction of caf is only targeting the females of Islamabad and


the employees will also be females only, it depicts the uniqueness of the
project; the idea is exclusively for women of Islamabad where they feel free
to
spend
the
time
with
immense
leisure.

The graph clearly depicts that the percentage of social work for women being
done is minimum that is just 30 percent of the total; therefore the project
plays an important role towards the increase of the total percentage.
The mission is to PROVIDE SECURE ENVIRONMENT FOR WOMEN
UNDER ONE ROOF

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
As we all know that women were treated inhumanely in the past, that trend
is improved but even now a days they are not accepted by the men and
mostly the people with strong religious families do not allow their females to
go out alone because of the biased societies which exist even now.
The main benefit of the construction of a caf is to provide safe and secure
environment to women where even the religious families would feel free to
send their daughters and females as well. This will create a positive impact
on the society in which we live and women will get empowerment and social
respect. Moreover the atmosphere of the caf will make the women to relax
and the idea is completely novel, for there is virtual nonexistence in Pakistan
of any place such as the one proposed that is intended to serve the said
purpose.
Our idea is very practical and workable because it successfully addresses
one of the biggest concerns of females within the country. The majority of
women in Pakistan are unable to spend a quality time out on their own
because they are bound by social, religious and societal restraints. The
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answer to their problem is, without doubt, Caf Pink where they can
securely take a break and enjoy whenever they feel the need to.

b) PROJECT CHARTER:
PROJECT NAME:

CONSTRUCTION

OF

CAF

WITH THE NAME OF

CAF PINK AT ISLAMABAD

PROJECT MANAGER:
CONTRACTOR:
TENDOR:
DATE:

SIDRA SARDAR MANN


APEX BUILDING COMPANY
HABIB RAFIQ GROUP OF COMPANIES
th
7 OCT 2012

PROJECT OBJECTVE:
Recent trends indicate that it is getting increasingly difficult for women these
days to go out, for say shopping, travelling or working without being
subjected to social and other biases. Moreover, working in a secure and
healthy environment is also growing difficult by the day for women due to
undue male dominance in the work place. All these factors act in concert
with numerous others to adversely affect female employment in the country,
rendering women unable to contribute positively towards the development of
the nation. Hence, there is a need for women to have a healthy workplace
where they can not only work freely, but also relax and enjoy themselves at
the same time.
Our idea of construction of Cafe Pink is a unique and completely novel
one that is intended to attend to the various needs and demands of the
female members of our society. It aims at developing a marketplace,
exclusively for women that will ensure provision of the cafe required by
them. The construction of a caf will initially be provided to the women of
Islamabad.
Apex Building Company (Pvt.) Limited submitted proposal to acquire the
tender and bid on the respected tender notice issued by Habib Rafiq Group
of Companies. Apex Building Company (Pvt.) Limited has a well organized
project team as well as necessary equipment for the construction of the
Cafe.
Habib Rafiq Group of Companies selected Apex Building Company (Pvt.)
Limited for the construction of the cafe and approved their proposal.

BENEFITS OF THE PROJECT:


About 80% of the total population of working women in Islamabad faces the
problem of unhealthy workplace environment. As a result of construction of
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Cafe Pink, women will be empowered through provision of employment


opportunities in a female-friendly working environment. Moreover, the
majority of females who are unemployed and are based in their homes will
be able to utilize the cost-effective services in order to relax and enjoy
themselves.

UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION:


The unique selling proposition of construction of the caf is that it is
exclusively for women and they would be benefitted a lot through its
construction.

PROJECT STATEMENT
To construct a caf on the provided area of F7 Jinnah Super at a cost of Rs 10
Lac for the Habib Rafiq Group of Companies (Pvt.) Limited, in 6 months
starting 7th Nov 2012 to 7th May 2013 respectively.

PROJECT MANAGER:
The Project Manager, Sidra Sardar Mann, is hereby authorized to interface
with management as required, involved with the planning, controlling and
monitoring, managing and directing the assigned project resources to best
meet project objectives, delegate responsibilities to ensure work is assigned
and completed on time and within budget, to communicate with the
contractors and management. She is also responsible for developing the
project plan, monitoring the schedule, cost, and scope of the project during
implementation, and maintaining control over the project by measuring
performance and taking corrective action.

MILESTONES:
PROJECT
DELIVERABLE
Project charter approved
Project Stakeholders
approved the project
Project plan completed
Project plan approved
Project team assembled
Project execution
initiated
Project execution
completed

TARGET
DATE
7-11-2012
14-11-2012

RESPONSIBILITY

24-11-2012
2-12-2012
9-12-2012
19-12-2012

Project Manager, Team Leader.


Project Manager.
Team Leader, Project Manager.
Team Leader, Project Team, Project Manager.

19-2-2013

Project Manager.

Project Manager.
Project manager.

Customer acceptance

19-3-2013

Project Manager, Team Leader, Marketing dep.

Project closed out

7-5-2013

Project Manager.

KEY STAKEHOLDERS:
The key stakeholders of our project are Project Supervisor, Project team
members, Project Sponsors, Upper management, Project inner customer,
Project outer customer, Resource Managers, Product user group, Marketing
manager and Project testers.

STAKEH
OLDER
NAME
DR. Ali
Ahsan

DEPARTM
ENT
(ORGANIZ
ATION)
Supervisor

PRIO
RITY

INVOLVE
MENT

INTE
REST

IMP
ACT

ROL
E

Key

High

High

Positi
ve

Super
vise
projec
t
Spons
or
Projec
t
Spons
or
Projec
t
Custo
mer

CH.Fazal
Muqeem

Sponsor

Key

Medium

High

Positi
ve

Miss.
Hania
Ahmed

Sponsor

Key

Medium

High

Positi
ve

Females
of
Islamabad

Customer

Key

High

High

Positi
ve

EXPECT
ATION

--Financial
expectati
on
Financial
expectati
on
-----

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


The Project Team Members are responsible for executing tasks and producing
deliverables as outlined in the Project Plan and directed by the Project
Manager, at whatever level of effort or participation has been defined for
them. The role of Project Sponsor is to meet regularly with project manager
(weekly or bi-weekly) to review project timeline, key milestones and
outstanding issues. The Customers responsibility is to accurately represent
their business units needs to the Project Team, and to validate the

deliverables that describe the product or service that the project will
produce.

IDENTIFY STAKEHOLDERS
Identify Stakeholders is the process of identifying all people or organizations
impacted by the project or people who are the stake in the project is
stakeholder.
All inputs are discussed above in Develop project charter. And these are:
Project charter
Enterprise environment factors
Organizational process assets
Different tools and techniques are also used to identify stakeholder like
stakeholder analysis and expert judgment.

We are using some experts to analyze stakeholders and these experts are:
Mr Hamid Usman
Miss Rana Tabussum

Mr Adil Shabir

STAKEHOLDER REGISTER:
STAKEHOLDER REGISTER

PROJECT
NAME:

CAF PINK

PROJECT
MANAG
ER:

SIDRA SARDAR MANN

NAME
OF
STAKEH
OLDER

DESIG
NATIO
N

CONTACT
INFORMATION

Date: 7th OCT, 2012

ROLE
IN
PROJE
CT

TYPE
OF
STAKE
HOLDE
RS

TYPE OF
COMMUN
ICATIONS

EXPECT
ATIONS

INFL
UENC
E ON
PROJ
ECT
OUTC
OME

Dr.Sarfr
az
Kiyani

Hamza
Ahmed

Kamran
Malik

Senior
Lecture
r Case
Univ.

Vice
Preside
nt Caf
Pink

CEO
Caf
Pink

Project
Supervi
sor

Internal

Weekly
Checkpoin
ts

Director
Tech

External

After 2
months

Busines
s Lead

External

After 2
months

Measura
ble
business
success,
on time
delivery

Suppo
rter

+92 302
9837643

Project
Sponso
r

External

Monthly
Meetings

Skilled
resource
s

Suppo
rter

+92 344
4876567

Project
Sponso
r

External

Monthly
Meetings

Skilled
resource
s

Suppo
rter

+92 333
5776683

Project
Manage
r

Internal

Daily
Meetings

On-time
signoffs

Influe
ncer

+92 300
5568710

sarfraz@case.
edu.pk

+92 312
5793748

R&D
Executi
ve

Mr.
Hashim
Mann

Manag
er R&D

Sidra
Sardar
Mann

-------

Influe
ncer

Suppo
rter

hamza.ahmed
@yahoo.com

+92 333
3829837

kami.cafepink
@gmail.com

Mr Irfan
Ahmed

On-time,
onbudget
delivery

irfanahmed@h
otmail.com

hashim.mann
@live.com

sidra.mann@y
ahoo.com

Tehreem
Anum

------

Project
Team
Membe
r

Internal

Daily
Meetings

On-time
signoffs

Influe
ncer

Project
Team
Membe
r

Internal

Daily
Meetings

On-time
signoffs

Influe
ncer

--------

Client

Extern
al

------

Project
succes
s

Supp
orter

---------

Suppo
rting
Organi
zation

Intern
al

------

Project
succes
s

Supp
orter

+92 300
5736452
ali_ahsan@y
ahoo.com

Projec
t
Custo
mer

Extern
al

------

Project
Compl
etion

Influ
ence
r

Project
succes
s

Supp
orter

Requir
ement
s
availab
ility

Influ
ence
r

+92 333
5060574

tehreemanum
@gmail.com
Sana
Shahzad

-------

Caf
Pink

Servic
e
Provid
ers to
Femal
es
Centr
e for
Advan
ce
studie
s in
engin
eerin
g

Case

+92 302
3846453
Sana.shahzad@
yahoo.com

Dr. Ali
Ahsan

--------Case

Centr
e for
Advan
ce
Studi
es in
Engin
eerin
g
Admini ------stratio
n
Depart
ment

-------

Perfor
ming
Organi
zation

Intern
al

------

Provid
ing
Servic
es

Intern
al

------

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Dr.
Abdul
Khaliq

CEO
at
CASE

+92 300
5847563
abdul.khaliq
@case.edu.p
k

Projec
t
Suppo
rter

Intern
al

Confere
ncing At
start
and end

Project
succes
s

Supp
orter

CONTRACT:
A contract is a legal agreement between two parties. Contract is made
between Sidra Sardar Mann and Habib Rafiq Group of Companies.

KEY STAKEHOLDERS:
Project supervisor
Project sponsor
Project manager
Project team leader
CEO Caf Pink
Vice President, Caf Pink

Dr.Ali Ahsan
CH.Fazal Muqeem
Sidra Sardar Mann
Adil Zahid
Kamran Malik
Hamza Ahmed

1. INFORMATION:
This Contract is between Habib Rafiq Group of Companies (Client) and Apex
Building Company (Vendor). Contract is valid up to 6 months i.e. (7 th
November 2012 to 7th May 2013).

2. A COMPANY DESCRIPTION:
Women in Pakistan are considered as a minority and still they have not been
given a real status in the community. It is, therefore, that we are aiming to
provide them with a secure environment in order to encourage their active
participation in community activities. Besides, there is no such place in
Pakistan that could single-handedly attend to womens requirements to the
contentment of their hearts. Thus, it is only fitting that they should be
provided with a safe and healthy environment, in accordance with our plan,
where they should be able to work, enjoy and relax all at the same time.

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We are targeting females, ranging from age of 15 to 65 years living in


Islamabad. The users of our services will primarily be females. This initiative
will have a positive impact in the society.

3. PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The construction of the Caf will cost 10 lac PKR. The Caf will only be used
by the customers of Islamabad primarily. While studying the potential market
we have come to know that there are around 70,000 women of Islamabad
and about 90% percent of them face a problem of going alone in the current
unhealthy environment. Moreover the project will be completed within 6
months under the supervision of project manager Miss. Sidra Sardar Mann.
The process will be cost effective and monitoring will be done throughout the
project.

4. LIST OF PROCUREMENT ITEMS:


Item/Service
Cement
Wood
Paint
Electrician
Plumber
Tiles
Flooring
Water
Reservoir

Justification
For construction
For cupboards, doors, decoration etc.
For finishing touch
For electricity
For water and sewerages work
For decoration
For decoration
To reserve water

5. PAYMENT:
Payments will be made as the modules completed and delivered.

6. REPORTS:
A detailed report of the results of the Project shall be presented to Company
by the Principal Investigator on or before 7 th of December, 2012 and shall
serve as the deliverable on this Project.

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7. AGREEMENTS RESTRICTIONS:
Neither the Investigator nor Apex Building Company, including its fellows,
officers, directors, employees and agents, makes any conditions,
representations, warranties, undertakings, promises, inducements or
agreements of any kind, whether direct, indirect, collateral, express, or
implied, as to any matter whatsoever, including, without limitation, the
results of the research or any inventions or product, tangible or intangible,
conceived, discovered, or developed under this. Sellers obligations under
this agreement are accepted subject to strikes, labor troubles, flood, fire,
acts of God, accidents, and delays, shortage of equipments or problems
beyond the control of seller. Impossibilities of performance by reason of any
legislative, executive or judicial act of any governmental authority shall
excuse performance of or delay in performance of or delay in performance of
this agreement.Warranties and undertakings can only be made by Mr.
Kamran Malik who is the CEO of Apex Building Company.

8. CONSEQUENCES OF TERMINATION:
In the event of the termination or expiry of the Contract:

The Contractor shall repay forthwith to the Council any advance


payments made by the Council relating to any Services not performed
by the Contractor in accordance with the Contract.
The Contractor shall provide to the Council or a replacement
contractor nominated by the Council any Council Data in its possession
either in its then current format or in a format nominated by the
Council.
The Contractor shall cease to use the Council Data.
Each party shall return all items supplied to it in connection with the
Contract by the other party.
Contract as from the date of service of such notice if: This Agreement
shall have a term commencing on the date written above and shall
terminate on 7st May 2013. Either party may terminate this Agreement
thirty (30) days after written notice is given to other party. In the event
this Agreement is terminated in accordance with this section the
Company shall pay for all expenses up to termination and for
reasonable commitments made by company related to the Project,
prior to date of notice of termination, for which Company is financially
responsible. If any of the clause violated by the Company will
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terminate the contract and Company shall not be liable to do legal


prosecution.

9. FORCE MAJEURE:
Neither party to the Agreement shall be liable to the other for any failure or
delay in performance caused by circumstances beyond its control, including
but not limited to, acts of God, fire, labour difficulties or governmental action
or power breakage.

10. ENTIRE AGREEMENT:


This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with
respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements,
understandings, negotiations and discussions, whether written or oral. There
are no conditions, covenants, agreements, representations, warranties or
other provisions, express or implied, collateral, statutory or otherwise,
relating to the subject matter hereof except as herein provided in the
contract.

11. AMENDMENTS:
No amendment or waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be binding
on any of the parties hereto unless consented to in writing by all parties to
this Agreement.

12. GOVERNING LAW:


This Agreement shall be construed, interpreted and enforced in accordance
with, and the respective rights and obligations of the parties shall be
governed by the federal laws of Pakistan and each party unconditionally
submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of such province and
all courts competent to hear appeals there from.
Signed at ______________________on this ______day of
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_____________________

SIGNATURE _____________________________(for and on behalf of the Company)

Employer's Full Names:

WITNESS 1:

WITNESS 2:

_____________________________

_____________________________

SIGNATURE _____________________________(Contractor)

Contractor's Legal Name:

WITNESS 1:

_____________________________

WITNESS 2:

_____________________________

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE:

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PLANNING PHASE
SCOPE MANAGEMENT:
REQUIREMENT COLLECTION:
Collect Requirements is the process of defining
stakeholders needs to meet the project objectives.
SUBJECT
Site

REQUIREMENT
Survey Plan prepared by

and

documenting

STAKEHOLDER
Leo Consulting Company Pvt.
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Selection

Apex Building Company Pvt.


Limited, on the land provided
by the Habib Rafiq Group of
Companies to certified
correct with original seals
and signatures that should
include the following:
Soil test
The PID (The Property
Identifier Number)
Legal description (found on
tax notice)
Identify location, as well as
location and width of any
lane(s)
Dimensions of site
Indicate location and
dimensions of all surrounding
(buildings if any) on the site
for proposed additions
Indicate front and rear yard
depth at each corner of the
land (especially important
where site dimensions are
irregular)
Width & condition of lane
Indicate location of existing
street crossings
Indicate land site where
adjustments and leveling is
needed.
Indicate elevations along the
centre line of the lane
opposite to the centre line of
the laneway hotel building
envelope (if lane paved,
elevations must also be
shown along the centre-line
of the gutter)

Limited

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Site plan

Additional Survey for


Engineering Department

Site Engineer Civil,


Construction manager

Site Plans should include the


following:
Legal Description and north
arrow
location and dimension of
lanes
Dimension of site
Size of all yards, measured
from the property line,
including front yard, side
yards, rear yard and
separation distance
Indicate limiting distance
between the principle
building and the laneway.
Indicate location of all
window seats, bay windows
and doors
Building dimensions this
includes principal building
and any accessory buildings
Indicate access to parking,
width of access and the
number of parking spaces
provided
Fire Fighting Access
Statement
Indicate ultimate property
lines
Public Sewerage and Water
Connection Information
Public water, storm and
sanitary services with sizes
and dimensions to the
property line
Invert (bottom of pipe)

Site Engineer Civil,


Construction manager, Apex
Building Company Pvt. Limited,
Safety Engineer,
A.G.K Infrastructures

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elevations of the storm and


sanitary connections
Water pressures
Location of Gas
Site
Coverage
and
Imperme
able
Material
Site
Coverage
Plan

Site Coverage and


Impermeable Material Site
Coverage Plan should include
the following:
Indicate and dimension all
impermeable material,
including all buildings,
sidewalks, paved areas,
decks, pools, plastic planting
area sheets and other
construction.
Impermeable Material Site
Coverage statement
(maximum and proposed)
Site Coverage Statement

Leo Consulting Company Pvt.


Limited,

Designing
and
Architect
ural work
Floor
Plans

Making and designing the


architectural and structural
designs and drawings

Leo Consulting Pvt. Limited,

Floor Plans should include


the following:
Excavation of foundations
Indicate all outside floor
dimensions (to be taken to
the extreme outer limits of
the building)
Proposed building width and
depth match what is shown
on Site plan
Indicate room dimension,
including finished/unfinished
areas
Indicate stair details
(rise/run, width, handrails,

Apex Building Company,


Project Team

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headroom etc)
Indicate all door, window and
skylight locations and
dimensions
Indicate construction of wall
assemblies and fire
separations
Highlight shear walls and
cross reference with specific
details
Indicate plumbing fixtures
Indicate the locations of all
smoke and carbon monoxide
alarms on all floors
Indicate direction, location
and size of all openings for
sun light, ventilator and for
air circulation
Indicate location and
dimensions of any chimneys
including vents, bay
windows, air conditioning
units and/or condensing units
Plug in for electric circuits.
Elevation
s

Elevations should include the


following:
Indicate All elevations(front,
rear and sides)

Project team

Exterior cladding - finish


details and material of
exterior
Elevation at the top of wall
under the eaves is required
to calculate exposed building
face
Dimensions of any exterior
guards and guard details
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Indicate location of bay


windows, window wells,
chimneys including height to
roof ratio
Eave overhang dimensions
including gutters
1
Indicate location and sizes of
all windows, doors and
skylights including safety
glass where required (must
match floor plans)
Elevation of proposed top of
concrete around the
perimeter of the building
Porch dimensions and clear
height to the underside of
the ceiling
2
Roof pitch and roofing
material
Guy wire, transformer and
anchor location (where
applicable)

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Cross
Sections
and
Structura
l Details

Construction Detail/Cross
Project team
Sections should include the
following:
Stair dimensions (width, rise,
run, number of risers,
headroom) height of guards,
handrails and guardrails)
Ceiling height of crawl spaces
and all habitable floors (floor
to ceiling)
Height of all half storey or
dormer
Details of vaulted areas and
adjacent attic spaces
Wall, floor, roof and/or
ceiling/foundation assemblies
Bay window, window seat
and window well details
Insulation, barriers, damp
proofing and waterproofing
details

INTERVIEW:
In this project we will only conduct the face to face meeting or interview
with our stakeholders to get the information about their interest in this
project.

SCOPE DEFINITION:
Defining Scope is the process of developing a detailed description of the
project and product.

Project charter
OPAS

Both inputs are described above in detail.


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EXPERT JUDGEMENT:
Described above in detail.

PRODUCT ANALYSIS:
Since the output of the project include the product as deliverable so the
product analysis is compulsory. So we will use work break down structure.

ALTERNATIVE IDENTIFICATION:
Identifying alternatives is a technique used to generate different approaches
to execute and perform the work of the project. So we will use pair with
comparison technique if we will go out of the scope, we will compare our
project techniques with the previous project.

SCOPE STATEMENT:
The main goal of this project is to construct a cafe within six months by
analyzing the stakeholders needs and interests.
Main Deliverable

Complete Caf

Documents/reports

About the monthly progress

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BIDIRECTIONAL REQUIREMENT TRACIBILITY MATRIX


(BRTM):
SR.
NO.

RFP
CLAUSE

SOC/
PROPOSAL
CLAUSE

CONTRACT
CLAUSE

PROJECT
PLAN
CLAUSE

DESIGN
OF THE
PLAY
AREA

PLAY AREA
PHYSICAL
REFERENCE

PAT
CLAUSE

1.
2.
3.
4.

PROJECT OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT


INTRODUCTION:
The requirements management plan documents
documented, and managed throughout the project.

will

be

analyzed,

PURPOSE
The purpose of this Requirement Management Plan Manual is to provide a
consistent policy under which certain physical aspects of construction
requirement management will be implemented. The elements contained in
this document are related to the planning process. The phase-to-phase
relationship strongly influences how requirements are managed. The Apex
Building Company must choose the most effective relationship for the project
and document this approach in the requirements management plan.

SCOPE
A plan that will help to analyze and manage the project requirement
throughout the whole project.

PERMITS

AND OTHER

DOCUMENTATION

The contractor shall maintain all applicable local, state and federal licenses
and permits that apply to the construction project. Applicable permits shall
be listed, described and copies of the documents shall be attached in Plan

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FAT
CLAUS

appendices. In addition to permits all Subdivision Improvement Agreements


and Related City Ordinances must also be attached in the Plan appendices.

OVERVIEW:
Requirement management plan also contains the composite plan, which are
not as such core requirements or acceptance criteria for the project are
mentions here. Moreover in this project of construction of project we have
mentioned following thing to be also considered as requirement during the
project.

Pavements included in the project and existing


Streets, parking lots, sidewalks
Runways, taxiways, aprons, overruns, shoulders
Fences
Structures
Sanitary and industrial wastewater sewers (size, location, and
manhole inverts)
Storm sewers, drainage ditches
Natural gas service lines
Communication and telephone ducts and lines
Electrical service lines
Steam and hot water lines
Chilled water lines
Fire hydrants and mains
Limits on contractor work area
Graphic symbols of site considerations
Views
Prevailing winds
Solar orientation
Water service mains:
Potable

Non-potable

Most of these requirements are of infrastructural category, which would be


out sourced to Leo infrastructural facilitator of the project who is already
responsible for constructing road to the site area of the project and also
transportation services for the supplies.

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In Requirement documentation, we have just mention Apex Building


Company when its their turn, but in Apex Building Company, there is many
other stakeholders (internal) referring towards the project team of the
project.

PRODUCT SCOPE DESCRIPTION:


The project scope is limited to the complete Construction of The Caf facility
to the required standards as envisioned by the client. The building is
supposed to meet the Cafes Group quality standards expectation and design
requirements. The scope will include: Getting approvals, construction work,
budgeting, Project review and control and quality assurance.
During the contract clients had mentioned one requirement that the building
of the Caf should be constructed in that manner so that it could actually
fulfill the basic reason to build this luxurious. So the design of the building of
Cafe should be accordingly which will be designed by subcontractor.

PROJECT DELIVERABLES:
The projects main deliverables is to meet all the luxurious requirement as
stated by the owner and deliver complete Caf with all the required
infrastructures for this Cafe to build and then later to operate this Caf on 7 th
October 2013 and within the budget of Rs. 10,00,000/-.
The project deliverable has been divided to four main project deliverable to
ensure the clients satisfaction towards the project and could know if there is
any change request relating to the construction of Cafe. These four main
deliverables are:

Evaluation of Potential Architects and sub contractors


Obtain relevant licenses and Approvals
Actual construction of the Cafe
Commissioning and Hand over activities

PROJECT EXCLUSIONS:
The project will not include: management if Hotel operations or recruitment
and training of hotel staff prior to opening.
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PROJECT TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN:


DEFINE ACTIVITIES:
The process of identifying the specific actions to be performed to produce
the project deliverables

ENTERPRISE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS:


Environmental factors which may influence this project are:

Organization Culture
Work hour
Holidays
Internal factors like labor strike, shortage of material,
unavailability of man power, etc.
External factors like load shedding, public strike against any
event, political factors, inflation etc.

ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESS ASSETS:


OPA provide us a guideline and give us a procedures that how to work on this
construction project. We will follow these procedures in future for the Cafe
construction. Our past history also helps us to do project in a good way.

ACTIVITY LIST:

Proposal writing
Defining team members and group leader
Gathering required information
Performing feasibility analysis
Defining customer requirements
Develop project charter
Identifying stakeholders
Collecting requirements
Project Costing
Project Budgeting
Scheduling
Project scope management planning
Project scope statement writing
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Scope baseline
Defining accepted work deliverables
Project risk management planning
Project communication management planning
Project quality management planning
Project procurement management planning
Whole construction

DETERMINE BUDGET:
The estimated budget for the budget is 10, 00,000/- respectively.

PROJECT FUNDING REQUIREMENT:


Funds will be provided by several NGOs in order to construct the Caf for
females.

PROJECT ASSUMPTIONS:

Existing open space, topography, vegetation and tree cover


Facilities scheduled for demolition
Prevailing winds, solar orientation, and local climate
Site access
Separation of auto, pedestrian, and service traffic
Anticipated growth and expansion

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