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AL-LATIFIA TRADING & CONTRACTING KFUPM INSTRUCTOR: DR. SOLIMAN A. AL-MOHAWIS College of Environmental Design-CEM This report is in fulfillment of the requirements.

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1 AL-LATIFIA TRADING & CONTRACTING KFUPM INSTRUCTOR: DR. SOLIMAN A. AL-MOHAWIS College of Environmental Design-CEM This report is in fulfillment of the requirements for Construction Planning & Scheduling course (CEM 510). INSTRUCTOR: DR. SOLIMAN A. AL-MOHAWIS PREPARED BY: AHMED M. ABURAS, MOHAMMED H. ABUNEAMAH, KHALED D. AL YOUSEF,

2 AGENDA Introduction Methodology Company Organization Accomplishments Planning Scheduling Controlling Conclusion

3 INTRODUCTION Saudi building construction company operating in KSA since Earned the distinction of being classified as Grade 1 Certified as ISO-9001 in Committed to delivering high quality projects and meeting clients requirements on schedule and within budget. Its vision is to maintain and strengthen its construction business, to adhere to stringent engineering standards. Diversified in different types of projects.

4 METHODOLOGY Securing Latifias management approval to conduct the study. Conducted an initial meeting followed by 6 interview sessions. Developed the initial report. Reviewed the report with their planning manager. Finalized the report and sent for final approval. Submitted as final report to Dr. Al-Mohawis on Jan. 8, 2011.

5 ORGANIZATION CHART Executive Management Administration & HR Department Finance & Accounting Department Estimating Department Construction Department Planning Team Procurement Team Quality Assurance Department

6 ACCOMPLISHMENTS Project Diversity Office Building and Business Centers Retail and Commercial Centers Industrial Complexes Hospitals and Medical facilities Hotels and Recreational centers School and educational Facilities Military and Defense Complexes Residential and Housing development Multi-Use Development

7 ACCOMPLISHMENTS CONT. Project 1: Sofitel Hotel - COMPLETED Project Type:Luxury Hotel Project Location:Al-Khobar Project Scope: Structure includes one basement and 11 above ground floors. The hotel comprises of 235 rooms. Hospitability service areas. Amenities including ballroom with max capacity of 600 people. Indoor pool and gymnasium. Business center. Project 2: GOSI Granada Housing and Bus. Park – IN PROGRESS Project Type:Multi-Purpose Development Project Location:Riyadh Project Scope: Six high-rise office towers. Four low-rise office buildings. Multi-Purpose business center. Eight low-rise residential buildings. Parking complex - Capacity of 3500 cars.

8 ACCOMPLISHMENTS CONT. Project 3: Saudi Aramco Data Center – IN PROGRESS Project Type:Corporate Data Center Project Location:Dhahran Project Scope: One of the largest corporate data centers in the world. Fully equipped with state-of-the-art air conditioning. Equipped with fire protection systems and uninterruptible power supplies. Project 4: SABB Regional Headquarters - COMPLETED Project Type:Corporate Office Tower Project Location:Al-Khobar Project Scope: Includes a bank retail branch outlet on the ground & mezzanine floors. Eight floors above contain the offices of the bank departments. Project 5: Public Pension Agency Retail Complex - COMPLETED Project Type:Commercial Retail Complex Project Location:Riyadh Project Scope: Approximately 175,000 sq m strip of land for the Public Pension Agency into prime roadside commercial retail outlets. Consist of 125 high-end retail outlets of double volume ceilings and glass.

9 ACCOMPLISHMENTS CONT. Project 8: Dar Al-Yaum Printing Facility and Headquarters Building - COMPLETED Project Type: Industrial Printing Facility & Corporate Office Building Project Location:Dammam Project Scope: State-of-the-art printing facility. Groups headquarter building. Considered one of the largest printing facilities in the region. Project 7: MOH Hospitals - COMPLETED Project Type:Hospitals Project Location:Jazan, Arar, Quraiat & Jouf Project Scope: Main hospital buildings. Medical staff residential buildings. Mosque. Project 11: Saudi Aramco Elementary Schools - COMPLETED Project Type:Educational Complex Project Location:Hofuf Project Scope: Steel structure complex for elementary school. Includes catering facilities, science laboratories and athletic facilities.

10 Assembles a full team comprising a project manager, site manager and planning manager. This team establishes a comprehensive project strategy that includes: Available resources plan Construction plan (WBS) Human resources plan Quality management plan Risk management plan Safety plan PLANNING Lists all resources required during the project Ensures resources will be available as and when required Enables the company to determine the need for the support of subcontractors or equipment suppliers Lists all resources required during the project Ensures resources will be available as and when required Enables the company to determine the need for the support of subcontractors or equipment suppliers Involves the work breakdown structure (WBS) which divides the whole project into many separate parts. Identifies the need for specialized trades/contractors. Clarifies the project deliverables, tasks and responsibilities as well as defining the scope of work and summarizing the reporting progress. Involves the work breakdown structure (WBS) which divides the whole project into many separate parts. Identifies the need for specialized trades/contractors. Clarifies the project deliverables, tasks and responsibilities as well as defining the scope of work and summarizing the reporting progress. Outlines how many team members /employees will be assigned to the project. Specifies resources that are required to meet the projects goals. Outlines how many team members /employees will be assigned to the project. Specifies resources that are required to meet the projects goals. Provides quality guidelines to maintain the required standard. Presents to management & customer a clear understanding of how quality will be maintained, monitored and measured during the project. Ensures that the plan adheres to all ISO-9000 Quality Mgnt. requirements Ensures that the plan meets client quality requirements beyond international standards. Provides quality guidelines to maintain the required standard. Presents to management & customer a clear understanding of how quality will be maintained, monitored and measured during the project. Ensures that the plan adheres to all ISO-9000 Quality Mgnt. requirements Ensures that the plan meets client quality requirements beyond international standards. Anticipates risks and to create response plans to minimize risks. Contains analysis of potential risks with both high and low impact, as well as mitigation strategies. It should be periodically reviewed by the project team to ensure that the analysis is up to date and accurately reflects potential risks to the project. Anticipates risks and to create response plans to minimize risks. Contains analysis of potential risks with both high and low impact, as well as mitigation strategies. It should be periodically reviewed by the project team to ensure that the analysis is up to date and accurately reflects potential risks to the project. Assists Latifia managing workplace health and safety obligations. Includes emergency procedures, the risks Latifia is required to manage and the appointment of a site Health and Safety specialist, etc. Assists Latifia managing workplace health and safety obligations. Includes emergency procedures, the risks Latifia is required to manage and the appointment of a site Health and Safety specialist, etc.

11 SCHEDULING Second stage: Project team reviews the initial schedule. If the schedule is not satisfactory, project team may add more resources to reduce the duration of the project. The scheduling method consists of four (4) stages: First stage: Review the tasks and break them down into activities and sub-activities with their associated resources that can be easily managed. Identifies dependencies among activities. Once the work of the SMEs is completed, they Draw an initial schedule assuming unlimited resources.

12 Third stage: If the team is still not satisfied with the outcome of the second stage schedule, they may consider changing the construction methods and/or crashing some critical activities that require highly skilled/highly paid labor. Fourth stage: Prepared by the site engineer as One-week look ahead and reviewed by project team SCHEDULING CONT.

13 CONTROLLING The controlling follows two processes: Updating – obtaining the progress data from the site and update the plan. Monitoring – applying the Earned Value concept.

14 CONCLUSION Latifia is considered one of the largest construction companies. Its success is attributed to a robust project management system. Currently, SR500M is the minimum acceptable value to undertake a project. Planning, scheduling and controlling practices conform to the methodology covered in CEM 510.

15 INTERVIEW SESSIONS 18 Years

16 PLANNING AVAILABLE RESOURCES Lists all resources required during the project Ensures these resources will be available as and when required Enables the company to determine the need for the support of subcontractors or equipment suppliers CONSTRUCTION PLAN (WBS) Involves the work breakdown structure (WBS) which involves breaking down the whole project into many separate parts. Identifies the need for specialized trades Clarifies the project deliverables, tasks and responsibilities defining the scope of work as well as summarizing and reporting progress. HUMAN RESOURCES PLAN Outlines how many team members/employees will be assigned to the project. Specifies the resources that are required to meet the projects goals.

17 QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN Provides quality guidelines to maintain the required standard. Presents to management and the customer a clear understanding of how quality will be maintained, monitored and measured during the project. Ensures that the plan adheres to all ISO-9000 Quality Management requirements Ensures that the plan meet client quality requirements beyond international standards. v PLANNING RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN Anticipates risks and to create response plans to minimize risks. Contains analysis of likely risks with both high and low impact, as well as mitigation strategies It should be periodically reviewed by the project team to ensure that the analysis is up to date and accurately reflects potential risks to the project. SAFETY PLAN Assists the contractor in managing workplace health and safety obligations Includes emergency procedures, the risks the contractor is required to manage, appointment of site Health and Safety specialist, etc.


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