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3 Water Resources Project is complex & involves detailed investigation and analysis. Being a gigantic infrastructure project, it needs huge capital investments and involves high risk. Different stakeholders are involved in WR project impacting social, cultural and economical aspects of livelihood. WR project life cycle involves most of the processes defined in PMBOK.
4 Water Resources Project is intended for- Irrigation Water Supply:- Food Security Domestic Water Supply:- Basic Need of life Industrial Water Supply:- Economic Development Hydro-power development:- Renewable sustainable energy Flood Control:- Life Protection.
7 Project Name: Krishnasagar Water Resources Project. Project Purpose: Irrigation Water Supply. Project Duration:- 36 months Project Cost:- Rs. 250 Crore Length of Dam = 900m, Height of Dam=25m, Storage Capacity=75 Mcum Land Required = 1000 Ha, Number of Villages Submerged=2 No Population Affected=6,000 Command Area = 10,000 Ha, Length of Canals =15km
8 Construction of Water Reservoir to store 75 Mcum of water. Construction of 15km of canal to irrigate 10,000 ha of land. Rehabilitation of two villages, affecting population of 6,000 due to acquisition of 1000ha of land. Acquire Government and Private land required for work.
9 Pollution Control Measures Environmental Impact Assessment Study-Habitat Degradation, Non Native species Hydropower Generation Industrial Establishment Commercial Fishing Tourism Employment of displaced population
10 Measurable project objectives:- To supply water to 5000 Ha of Land. 50% increase in crop yield due to assured water supply. To mitigate flood risk Success Criteria:- At least 75% irrigation even in drought condition.
11 Assumptions:- 100 mm rainfall, uniformly distributed on a catchment area. Cash inflows will be as per requirement throughout the project life cycle. Co-operation from different stakeholders. Land acquisition/rehabilitation will be done as per schedule. No sampling error caused due to limited investigation. Constraints:- Geographical & environmental complexity. Limited Fund. Land acquisition and Rehabilitation acceptance. Integration and cooperation among different department like-forest, revenue, power, road, railway etc. Political & Administrative support
19 4) Land Acquisition Dam Seat LA (12 month) Private Land (30 month) Government Land (30 month) Forest Land (30 months) 5) Rehabilitation Compensation Payment (20 month) Rehabilitation Colony (25 months) Shifting (30 month) 6) Tendering-Dam/Canal Design & Estimate (12 month) DTP Approval (14 month) Call for Tender (15 month) Pre-Bid meeting (16 month) Tender Opening (17 month) Award of Contract (18 month)
20 7) Construction of Main Dam Foundation (24 month) Earthwork (28 month) Concrete (30 month) Gates (34 month) 8) Construction of Canal Main Canal (28 month) Branch Canals (32 month) Structures (34 month) 9) Project Completion Record Drawings (34.5 month) Testing (35 month) Completion Report (35.5 month) Handover (36 month)
21 Click for file WBS-Structure.xlsx
22 Click for file WBS_Disctionary.xlsx
24 Click Here for Schedule & Network Diagram (Schedule&Network.xlxs file) (3 Worksheets in excel)
25 Click for file Cost.xlsx
26 Plan Quality:- Project test Plan: For Dam, Canal & Structures Decision Process Guidelines: As per QC Handbook of WRD. Review Meeting:- Once in a week & during critical activities. Tools & Equipment's used at worksite should be standard. Quality Assurance:- On site meeting at regular interval. Laboratory Testing of Materials Field Testing of Materials. Review of implementation of instructions. Outcomes adhering to Check List norms
27 Perform Quality:- Outcomes adhering to Check List norms Earthwork Compaction Concrete Strength Remedies for Correction Final Design Review Testing of Main Dam Earthwork Concrete Steel Gates Testing of Main/Branch Canal Earthworks Concrete Testing of Structures Steel Concrete
28 Project Roles ResponsibilitiesRequired skills Reporting relationships Staffing Management plan Survey Conduct accurate survey of command area, submergence area and Catchment area Survey Instrument Handling abilities Superintending Engineer Executive Engineer, Deputy Engineer, Junior Engineer Design Analysis of Data and design of structures Mathematical and Analytical skills Central Design Organization Executive Engineer, Deputy Engineer, Junior Engineer Estimating & Costing Accurately estimate the component cost Financial and Analytical skills Executive Engineer Deputy Engineer, Junior Engineer Execution Manage Work site and conditions Operational & Field Management Executive Engineer Executive Engineer, Deputy Engineer, Junior Engineer
29 Project RolesResponsibilitiesRequired skills Reporting relationships Staffing Management plan Quality Control Perform QC check and Testing Testing and Interpretation Quality Control Division Deputy Engineer, Junior Engineer Finance & Accounting Control cost over run and ensure cash inflow & budgeting Budgeting and financial skills Accounts Officer EE, DE, JE Procurement Transparent and quality assured procurement Tender Procedure & Contract Management Knowledge Executive Engineer EE, DE, JE Public Relations Management Co-ordination and effective communication Speaker, Listener, Negotiator Executive Engineer PRO Staff
30 ActivityResponsibleAccountableTo be consultedTo be informed Project Investigation SE, IPIChief Engineer Geologist, surveyor, beneficiaries, affected people Chief Engineer Reconnaissance Report SE, IPIChief EngineerGeologist, surveyorChief Engineer Detailed Project Report EE, ProjectChief Engineer Technical, Legal & financial Experts Chief Engineer Land AcquisitionCollectorCommissioner Affected people, Local Leaders Affected People RehabilitationCollectorCommissionerAffected people, Local Leaders Affected People
31 ActivityResponsibleAccountableTo be consultedTo be informed Tendering- Dam/Canal EE, WRDChief EngineerContractors Chief Engineer, Finance Dept. Construction of Main Dam EE, WRDChief EngineerNA Quality Control Wing, Finance Dept. Construction of Canal EE, WRDChief EngineerNA Quality Control Wing, Finance Dept. Project CompletionEE, WRDSecretaryNAMedia & Society
33 Click Here for Communications_Plan.docx) file
35 Click Here for Risk_Analysis.xlsx file (3 Worksheets in excel)
36 Plan Procurements:- Decided to Outsource Work to a contractor. Conduct Procurements:- Partner Contract Guidelines: Prepare Draft Tender Paper and get approved from Competent Authority. Partner/Vendor Assessment Checklist: Technical & Financial Evaluation Criteria Call for tender: Publication on Website/Newspaper Pre-Bid Meetings: Clarifications as corrigendum Tender Opening and L1 finalisation Administer Procurements: Transparency and Accountability Close Procurements: Award of Tender by issuing Work Order
38 Maintenance of water quality to internationally acceptable standards. Optimal operation of multipurpose reservoirs. Resolution of conflicts between users within and between interstate river basins Handing over of operation and maintenance of irrigation systems to the users. Observation of safety of storage dams and other structures Planning for future development of water resources. Preservation and enhancement of environment. Protect the public from the harmful effects of regional flooding. Provide reliable, high-quality drinking water for the citizen Contribute to Watershed Health by improving storm water/urban runoff quality and enhancing community waterways Ensuring construction, operation and maintenance of medium and large dams in accordance with recognized engineering standards. Repair for minimizing wastage and improving conveyance efficiency; Improving the accessibility for Operation & Maintenance
41 Click here for Closure Check List (Closure_Check_List.docx)
42 Construction of WR is a huge & complex process. We have tried mapping the various stages of WR project with PMBOK. As per existing Government guidelines for WR projects, there is little focus on Risk Assessment & Communication plan. The application of PMBOK in WR project has highlighted the importance of the same.
44 PM notes of EPGP-EG class, IIM Indore, MoWR Guidelines for Preparation of Detailed Project Reports of Irrigation and Multipurpose Projects-2010 IS 4008 : 1985 Guide for presentation of project report for river valley projects IS 4186 : 1985 Guide for preparation of project report for river valley projects IS 4877 : 1968 Guide for preparation of estimate for river valley projects. IS 5510 : 1969 Guide for soil surveys for river valley projects IS 7560 : 1974 Guidelines for allocation of cost among different purposes of river valley projects IS : 1982 Guidelines for Preparation of Completion Reports of Multipurpose River Valley Projects IS : 1991 Guidelines for overall planning of river basin