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Home Plumbing Upgrade Project Submission 7 to CIS-272
Scope Statement Project Objective: Project Objective: Update existing home plumbing system, changeover from original cast/galvanized iron pipe to modern copper/brass components, not to exceed a budget of $ , without compromising existing dwelling functionality during update. Completion near Spring 2010.
Scope Statement Deliverables Deliverables 1. Dismantling / removal of existing plumbing system, 2.Installation of modern copper/brass plumbing system, 3.Environmentally responsible disposal / recycling of old plumbing system components.
Scope Statement Milestones Milestones 1. Secure worksite permits required by City, 2. Establish detailed plan of (tiered) project execution, 3. Identify and gather all components, all required tools/equipment, all required installation aids and safety equipment.
Scope Statement Milestones con’t Milestones con’t 4. Final Testing of New System 5. Overall work area and home clean-up 6. Project Complete
Scope Statement Technical Requirements Technical Requirements 1. Adherence to standard workplace and work-practice safety, 2. High quality components & installation methods required by local ordinances and State rules: a.Type K or L (blue code) components 3. New system must by accessible for required City inspection.
Communications Management Plan Communications Management Plan Primary Communications Participants Primary Communications Participants 1. City, state and other housing/ordinance authorities, 2. Suppliers of copper/brass upgrade components, 3. Suppliers of common and specialized tools, 4.Plumbing system experts and consultants. Secondary Communications Participants Secondary Communications Participants 1.Internet and WWW research contacts.
Risk Management and Mitigation Plan Risk Management and Mitigation Plan Risk Identification and Levels Risk Identification and Levels 1. Financial:Component/Tubing Price Increases 2. Technical:Minor to None Identified 3. CommercialNone Identified 4. ExecutionMinor to None Identified None Identified 5. ContractualNone Identified None Identified 6. LegalNone Identified
Risk Management and Mitigation Plan Risk Management and Mitigation Plan Risk Mitigation Strategy Risk Mitigation Strategy 1. Financial:7% Contingency for any unforeseeable events 2. Technical:TBD due to very low probability/consequences 3. CommercialNone, Homeowner Acceptance Established 4. ExecutionMinor, low probability of execution risk N/A 5. ContractualN/A N/A 6. LegalN/A
Project Life Cycle Phases Project Life Cycle Phases Phase I: Conceptualization Phase I: Conceptualization 1.Provide update(s) to existing home plumbing system, changeover from original cast/galvanized iron pipe to modern copper/brass components, 2.Not to exceed a budget of $ , 3.Execution cannot compromise dwelling functionality during update. 4.Completion at or near Spring i. Adherence to standard workplace and work-practice safety, ii. Use of high quality certified components and installation methodologies as required by all local ordinances and State rules, iii. All project materials will adhere to Type K (blue code) due to superior installation/quality and anticipated compliance to budget
Project Life Cycle Phases Project Life Cycle Phases Phase II: Planning Phase II: Planning 1.Confirm with City acceptability of homeowner-performed upgrades/repairs, 2.Secure any worksite permits required by City (if any), 3.Establish and document detailed plan of (tiered) project execution, 4.Identify and gather all required copper/brass components for upgrade, 5.Identify and gather all required common or specialized tools and equipment, 6.Identify and gather all required installation aids including solder, heat protection and safety equipment (eye protection, fire extinguisher, etc.), 7.Formalize Project Schedule by use of PERT/Gant chart
Project Life Cycle Phases Project Life Cycle Phases Phase III: Execution Phase III: Execution 1. Commence execution of project plan (tiered plan): i. Hot water (Bathroom feed from hot water heater), prior Spring, ii. Cold water (upstream, feed to hot water heater), prior Spring, iii. Hot water (Kitchen feed from hot water heater), near Spring, iv. Cold water side (Kitchen feed), at/near to Spring. 2.Testing of system: i. installation stability, ii. leak test, iii. low noise confirmation, iv. insulation of Hot side plumbing for each tier, v. overall testing/confirmation of system.
Project Life Cycle Phases Project Life Cycle Phases Phase IV: Termination Phase IV: Termination 1.Overall work area and home clean-up post. 2.Inspection by City of Dearborn for updating of Certificate of Occupancy and Ordinance Compliance documents
Project Resources Plan Project Resources Plan Facilities Home Work Bench and Garage Work Areas EquipmentFein Multimaster Cutting Tool Makita Right-Angle Drill Benzomatic LowTemp Propane Torch Worthington MAP Hi-Temp Propane Torch Brasscraft 18” and Rigid 10” & 14” Pipe Wrenches Rigid Constant Swing Tubing Cutter Rigid ½” x ¾” Tubing Bender Rigid internal and external wire brushes Safety gloves, goggles and Fire extinguishers (multiple locations) Software ToolsWindows XP-SP3, Internet Explorer 8, and MS Project 2007 Other Copper Lengths: 8-foot ½” dia quantity 7, 8-foot ¾” dia quantity 6. Miscellaneous Copper fittings in ½” and ¾” diameter. Miscellaneous Brass fittings in ½”, ¾” & 1” diameter. Lenox Premium Lead-Free Solder (16 ounces)
Project Budget / Financial Plan Project Budget / Financial Plan ► Project Costs and Expenses: Totals Cost of Labor - Cost of Materials Cost of Equipment & Tools Facilities - Subcontractors - Outsourced Items - Travel Administrative/other Total C & E Outlay $ $ Original C&E Estimate Outlay (O)/U Original ($ ) ► Contingency Reserve: $ ► Management Reserve: Total Reserves Total Reserves ► Outlay (O)/U Original ($ ) Total Budget (Over)/Under Original ($ )
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