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1 Project Management Requirements Prof. Ralph V. Locurcio, PE

2  Design 1 – Prepare proposal  Purpose is to win the design  Proposal must state why your team is best  Must include a Project Management Plan in the proposal  Must include your proposed fee for design  Design 2 – Design the project  Verify the 5% stage  Design 15, 50, 95, 100%  Develop engineering details & construction drawings  Manage & report on 50, 95,100%  Integrate all design elements into unified project  Prepare display for Design Showcase in April  Estimate cost of 15, 50, 95,100%  Prepare and include a construction schedule  Turn in written report

3 1.Title Page – follow instructions 2.Letter of Transmittal – transmits your fee/price to client 3.Table of Contents – separate tab for each section 4.Introduction  Problem Statement, Background & Scope of Work - what’s included & what’s not  Discussion of Site, Project Maps – where is it, geometry - area map & site map  Team Organization – who will do it 5. Project Management Plan  Work Breakdown Structure & Design Budget  Project Flow Diagram – flow of design tasks over time (Draft-1)  Design Schedule (MS Project) – (Draft-2)  Construction Cost Estimate – cost to actually build the project  Conceptual in Proposal, 5% & 15% design  Detailed at 50%, 95% & 100% in Design-2  Construction schedule at 50% – when project will be built

4 6.Project Base & Layout Map  Base Map shows data on boundaries and major features  Layout adds “proposed” location and size of engineering features: roads, piping systems, retention ponds, etc.  All team members should participate in these drawings 7.Design Investigation Report  Written Technical Report – consult with engineering advisor  Include such items as: Engineering problem(s) to be solved in the design Logic of location & size of engineering features Design options considered; cite the pros & cons of each Applicable codes, ordinances or criteria that will control the design Cite all technical information to be used in the design Design decision – what engineering design method will be used and why Constraints – cite any political, environmental or physical limitations 8. Appendices & List of References

5 They enable you to be proactive rather than reactive…

6  Project Flow Diagram your road map/GPS  Project Schedule your speedometer  Project Budget your fuel gauge

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10 Don’t forget To update duration At each % stage!!! WBS

11 Don’t forget To show totals At each % stage!!! Don’t forget To update duration At each % stage!!! Budget

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13  Conceptual Construction Cost  Based on historical data  Itemize components: w&s, structure, roads, etc.  Use cost per SF or unit pricing data  Data from similar project  Be sure to update for location & timing  Example: construct a 300-bed college FIT Based on 2008 UCF $25,000/bed Conceptual cost = $7,500,000 x.83 x 1.1 = $6,847,500

14  Detailed Construction Cost – 50%, 95%, 100%  Due in Design-2 reports  Based on actual design & engineering data  Itemize components: w&s, structure, roads, etc.  More detail as design is completed  Obtain pricing for elements online, RS Means, other.  Include all cost elements: materials, labor, logistics  See template; all use same format  Be sure to summarize cost of entire project  Should be 90-95% accurate

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