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Case Study PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT Jessica Cabrera Zamora 2018
Case Study
Case Study

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT Jessica Cabrera Zamora

2018

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 Tabla de contenido 1. INTRODUCTION 2 2. OBJECTIVES
PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2
PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT
PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2

Tabla de contenido

1. INTRODUCTION

2

2. OBJECTIVES

2

3. SCOPE DESCRIPTION

2

4. REQUIREMENTS

3

5. PROJECT BOUNDARIES

3

6. DELIVERABLES

4

Project Management

4

Design and Engineering Plans

4

Construction

4

7. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

5

8. CONSTRAINTS

6

Time

6

Budget

6

Design

6

Geographical

6

Climate

6

Structural

6

9. ASSUMPTIONS

7

10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE

7

11. WBS DICTIONARY

8

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 1. INTRODUCTION The Project Scope Statement is a
PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2
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1. INTRODUCTION

The Project Scope Statement is a main document that serve for defining the

scope of the Petronas Twin Towers Project, in this project also must include the

deliverables work, this is necessary to ensure a common understanding of the

project.

Any change to the scope statement must be vetted in the original and approved

project, all the changes must be check before the implementation.

2. OBJECTIVES

Create a structure that would represent the growing success of his country, also

attract the tourists and the local people feel proud of their city.

3. SCOPE DESCRIPTION

The Petronas Twin Towers, is a project that has a development design of twin

skyscrapers, located in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), built with a Postmodern

Architectural style that will be used as Commercial offices and tourist attraction;

the towers are connected by a bridge between them. The towers reach a height

of 451, 9 meters and a total 88 floors, and they will be the tallest buildings in the

world.

Project Name:

The Petronas Towers

Project Sponsor:

Petronas Oil Company

KLCC Holdings Sdn Bhd

Stakeholders:

Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, KLCCB, Bovis Land

Design Project manager:

Architect Cesar Pelli; (Pelli&Co)

Project manager:

Bob Pratt (Tower 1)

Jon Dunsford (Tower 2)

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2   Charlie Thornton (chief engineer) Constructors: Hazama
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Charlie Thornton (chief engineer)

Constructors:

Hazama Corporation (Tower 1)

Samsung C&T and Kukdong Engineering &

Construction (Tower 2)

Time frame:

6 years

4. REQUIREMENTS

The main requirements in the Petronas Towers are:

The design of the buildings should follow the same patterns of

construction.

The towers are joined by an air bridge at the 41st floor that should has

58.4 meters long, and give solution in case of fire.

Each tower has 88 flats.

Each tower is 451, 9 meters high. (Pinnacle -73.6).

Each tower has 5 subterranean levels to parking places

The skybridge has a rotational pin directly over the arch crown to

permit the crown rise and fall as towers move due to the heavy-winds.

Seventy-six elevators need to be located in the towers.

29 of the elevators will be double deck

the elevators will ascend and descend at a speed of 23 feet per second

The spires or pinnacles found on the top of both towers are also a

notable feature of Islamic buildings.

5. PROJECT BOUNDARIES

The Petronas Towers project includes all planning, designing and building

associated work.

The Petronas Towers is project that embrace all type engineering and

planification, reports, meeting of work, lab, foundation, build, sky bridge, testing

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 material, manual and also a great human team,
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material, manual and also a great human team, however into the project have

delimited thing as the height, the pinnacles, glasses and time restrains.

6. DELIVERABLES

Project Management

Project Management documentation.

Proposal

Weekly work meetings

Manuals

Engineering report including updates on progress, schedule and

Budget

Certifications

Completed safety plan including both fire safety plan and Terrorism

safety plan.

Design and Engineering Plans

Design drawings

Design documents

Structural:

Resist lateral wind forces up to 250 km/h.

(16) Cylindrical high-strenght concrete columns connected by a ring

beam at each level.

Concrete should be consistent between the perimeter columns and

range from 80 MPa at the base to 40 MPa at the top.

Support building in limestone site flooring and resist 300,000.00

metric tons weight.

Core structure in order to house the elevators.

Construction

The tower should be complete the internal structure and finishes:

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 The final architecture must follow the design approved.
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The final architecture must follow the design approved.

The final architecture interior and exterior should be delivered with

high light finishes.

The interior architecture as door, furniture, bathrooms etc., should

be high quality and luxurious.

Utilities:

Working hot/cold water system for supply and movement of water.

Cool-down mechanical system composed by 12 feet diameter

wheels meant to rotate slowly to supply and exhaust air streams

and drop humidity of air supply from 90% to 70% and reduce fresh

air cooling by more than 50%.

The installation of electrical systems should meet international

safety standards and architectural plans.

The elevators should be high speed ones in order to make 58 lifts

to transport 10000 people.

7. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

All services have passing the running test and are stable in its functions

and certificates are available and signed by competent and qualified

bodies.

The construction of the Petronas Towers is made according to the

country and city legislation and regulations.

Customer can to receive part of the works if that part is accord with the

plant and specification.

Quality dossiers are handed over to customer at the time the Provisional.

The towers once completed should match with the defined and signed off

Requirements.

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2  Cumplir con todos los entregables dentro del
PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2
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Cumplir con todos los entregables dentro del tiempo y el presupuesto

programados.

8. CONSTRAINTS

Time

The time frame is limited to 6 years, when a similar project would need

up to 8 years.

Working hours will need to be unlimited 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

Due to the heavy rains, there is an impact in team schedule and time.

Excavation and foundation time frame: 1 year.

4 days of construction per floor.

Budget

The full Project is limited by USD $ 1.6 billion

Design

The exterior design of tower should represent the Islamic culture and be

unique.

Tallest buildings in the world

Geographical

Malaysia is located in the heart of the monsoon Lack of light steels,

tender concrete

Climate

Heavy rain, aggressive weather, strong wind

Structural

Unstable bedrock

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 9. ASSUMPTIONS  During the rainy season, cheap
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9. ASSUMPTIONS

During the rainy season, cheap labor will be available.

All-important stakeholders will come to the next meeting.

The Petronas Towers Project has full support from Malaysia Prime

Minister and government.

Builders working 24 hours/ 7 days a week is adequate to complete the

project in 6 years since its beginning.

Materials cost will not increase more than a 10 % in the following 2

years.

10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE

PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION
PETRONAS TOWER
CONSTRUCTION
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations
10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations

10. WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE PETRONAS TOWER CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations

1.2 Integral Desing

and Engineering Plans

CONSTRUCTION 1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations 1.2.2 Plans 1.2.2.1Architectural 1.2.2.2

1.3 Foundations

1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations 1.2.2 Plans 1.2.2.1Architectural 1.2.2.2 Engineering 1.2.2.3
1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations 1.2.2 Plans 1.2.2.1Architectural 1.2.2.2 Engineering 1.2.2.3
1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations 1.2.2 Plans 1.2.2.1Architectural 1.2.2.2 Engineering 1.2.2.3

1.2.2 Plans1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans 1.3 Foundations 1.2.2.1Architectural 1.2.2.2 Engineering 1.2.2.3 Electrical

1.2.2.1Architectural
1.2.2.1Architectural
1.2.2.2 Engineering
1.2.2.2 Engineering
1.2.2.3 Electrical
1.2.2.3 Electrical
1.2.2.4 Plumping
1.2.2.4 Plumping
1.2.2.5 Mechanical
1.2.2.5 Mechanical
1.2.2.6 Details Plans
1.2.2.6 Details Plans
1.2.1 Foundations requirement
1.2.1 Foundations
requirement
1.2.2.6 Details Plans 1.2.1 Foundations requirement 1.2.3 Technical Memories 1.2.1.1Test in lab /validation
1.2.3 Technical Memories
1.2.3 Technical
Memories

1.2.1.1Test in lab /validation1.2.1 Foundations requirement 1.2.3 Technical Memories 1.2.3.1 Materials specification 1.2.3.3 Final Budget

1.2.3.1 Materials specification
1.2.3.1 Materials
specification

1.2.3.3 Final Budgetin lab /validation 1.2.3.1 Materials specification 1.2.3.2 Schedule 1.1 Project Management 1.1.1 Project

1.2.3.2 Schedule
1.2.3.2 Schedule
1.1 Project Management
1.1 Project
Management
1.1.1 Project 1.1.2 Management Management and Control Reports Planning and Documents 1.1.1.1 Stimated Budget
1.1.1 Project
1.1.2 Management
Management
and Control Reports
Planning
and Documents
1.1.1.1 Stimated
Budget

Reports Planning and Documents 1.1.1.1 Stimated Budget 1.4 Main Structural System 1.5 Interior and Exterior Reports Planning and Documents 1.1.1.1 Stimated Budget 1.4 Main Structural System 1.5 Interior and Exterior Reports Planning and Documents 1.1.1.1 Stimated Budget 1.4 Main Structural System 1.5 Interior and Exterior

1.4 Main Structural

System

1.5 Interior and

Exterior Structure and

components

1.4.1 Concrete System
1.4.1 Concrete System

1.4.2 Columsand Exterior Structure and components 1.4.1 Concrete System 1.4.3 Slabs/beam 1.4.4 Sky Bridge 1.4.5 Central Core

1.4.3 Slabs/beam
1.4.3 Slabs/beam
1.4.4 Sky Bridge
1.4.4 Sky Bridge
1.4.5 Central Core for elevators
1.4.5 Central Core for
elevators
1.5.1 Wall int. and ext.
1.5.1 Wall int. and
ext.

1.5.2 Glass Structure1.4.5 Central Core for elevators 1.5.1 Wall int. and ext. 1.5.3 finishes (floor, roof, paint) 1.5.4

1.5.3 finishes (floor, roof, paint)
1.5.3 finishes (floor,
roof, paint)

1.5.4 facilities/Utilities1.5.2 Glass Structure 1.5.3 finishes (floor, roof, paint) 1.6 Closing 1.3.1 construction firm selection 1 and

1.6 Closing

1.3.1 construction firm selection 1 and 2 towers
1.3.1 construction
firm selection 1 and 2
towers
1.3.2 Construction equipment
1.3.2 Construction
equipment
1.3.3 Ground excavation
1.3.3 Ground
excavation
1.3.4 Structure foundations
1.3.4 Structure
foundations
1.6.1 final Report
1.6.1 final Report
1.6.2 Financial Reports
1.6.2 Financial
Reports
1.6.3 Technical Reports
1.6.3 Technical
Reports

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PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2 11. WBS DICTIONARY CA: Package: Name: Description: 1.1
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11. WBS DICTIONARY

CA:

Package:

Name:

Description:

1.1 Project Management

 

1.1.1

Project

Set of procedures for creating and maintaining the attributes of engineering drawings.

 

Management

Planning

 

1.1.1.1

Stimated

initial budget

 

Budget

 

1.1.2

Management

Petronas towers document and progress reports issue for all stakeholders

 

and Control

Reports and

Documents

1.2 Integral Desing and Engineering Plans

 

1.2.1

Foundations

The concrete receipe created in the laboratory needs to be tested in order to grant the resistance needed.

 

requirement

 

1.2.1.1

Test in lab /validation

Concrete, once began he construction of the building, needs to be tested in order to grant its quality and ressistance.

 

1.2.2

Plans

elaboration of plans and approval by the client

 

1.2.2.1

Architectural

Petronas Towers detailed design documentation in regard of dimensions, quantities, façade, partitions,

 

features and services.

 

1.2.2.2

Engineering

Petronas Towers detailed design documentation in regard of facilities, equipment, systems and

 

technology

 

1.2.2.3

Electrical

Electrical installation and conditioning.

 

1.2.2.4

Plumping

Plumbing installation and conditioning.

 

1.2.2.5

Mechanical

Petronas Towers engineering design and documentation for sky bridge.

 

1.2.2.6

Details Plans

Petronas Towers detailed design documentation in regard of gardens, outside furniture, signaling and urbanization.

 

1.2.3

Technical

Elaboration of manuals and technical memories

 

Memories

 

1.2.3.1

Materials

Petronas Towers construction material supply scheme including on-shore and off-shore

 

specification

 

1.2.3.2

Schedule

Petronas Towers Time Schedule documents

 

1.2.3.3

Final Budget

final budget report

1.3 Foundations

 
 

1.3.1

construction firm selection 1 and 2 towers

Petronas Towers engineering design and documentation for building foundation works, including all ground works, footings, piles and slabs

PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT PETRONAS TWIN TOWER 2   1.3.2 Construction   e q u i
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1.3.2

Construction

 

equipment

esquema de empresas que incluye proveedores y

 

ejecución en el sitio

 

1.3.3

Ground

21m depth foundation excavation

 

excavation

 

1.3.4

Structure

Concrete, once began he construction of the building, needs to be tested in order to grant its quality and ressistance

 

foundations

1.4 Main Structural System

 

1.4.1

Concrete

 

System

 

1.4.2

Colums

construction of the columns eleaboracion of iron sheets

 

1.4.3

Slabs/beam

elaboration of sheet iron, supervision and control

 

1.4.4

Sky Bridge

Achieve the solution that best fits the scenario. Brige

 

required for evacuation in case of fire.

 

1.4.5

Central Core

Installation of the local elevators (those covering the upper floors).

 

for elevators

1.5 Interior and Exterior Structure and components

 

1.5.1

Wall int. and ext.

Cladding of walls and roofing of the 88 floors

 

1.5.2

Glass

Incorporation of the windows in each of the 88 floors.

 

Structure

 

1.5.3

finishes

Build up of the 88 floors in each tower External and internal painting

 

(floor, roof,

paint)

 

1.5.4

facilities/Utili

activities designed to ensure that the development and maintenance process is adequate to ensure the whole building meet its objectives.

 

ties

1.6 Closing

 
 

1.6.1

final Report

Final reporting to the management team upon

 

the development of the project.

 

1.6.2

Financial

this financial report covers the entire construction and financially details all aspects of the work

 

Reports

 

1.6.3

Technical

Reports

is a document that is delivered at the end of the work in which covers infomorms, workbooks, plans as built