PART A: PROJECT CHARTER
|Project Title:||Custom home building project|
|Brief Project Description:||The project involves building a single-story building that will be made based on the client’s preferences in terms of design and the features included in the building. The project will build bricks to develop walls and concrete on the floors and the roof rather than using the sheet.|
|Prepared by:||Charles Bunn|
|Date:||7th May 2022|
|The project’s objective is to construct custom homebuilding for a family of five and ensure ample space to accommodate additional ten guests. Also, the project aims to develop custom homebuilding at the most affordable price for the client and prioritize providing the best quality for the client. The client will have saved much money and obtained a high-quality modern home with the project.|
|1. The stated cost figures and amounts reflect the market value of the cost elements. This means the cost of every component of materials used in the project reflects the exact amount stated in the market.
2. The cost estimation methods used in the project are similar to the universally recognized methods. This ensures there are no loops created in cost estimation that may result in errors in cost estimation.
3. All variables necessary in the cost estimation and management process are incorporated in the project plan, and no contingent factors will arise during the project period.
|The project covers the planning, the materials needed, and the implementation process. The planning aspect highlights all the variables considered in the construction process. This involves the structure’s design, the necessary cost of operations, and the metrics used to determine the project’s progress and success. Also, it entails the quality assurance and the compliance requirements to be followed in implementing the project and ensuring it is successful. The project focuses on the construction process and the time taken to complete the construction process in the implementation process.|
|The project scope excludes processes associated with third parties, such as materials offered by the suppliers that are not involved in constructing the customs building. Also, it excludes other developments that the client may want to add to the compound of the building as it does not involve the custom building. This includes the landscaping activities.|
|Project plan||Entails all variables relevant to the project||15th May 2022|
|Project/ building design||Structure||30th May 2022|
|Cost estimation||Materials needed and the cost estimates||10th June 2022|
|Project implementation||Construction of the building||30th September 2022|
Roles and Responsibilities
|Project Title||Name and Contacts||Responsibility|
|Project Manager||Name:||Leads in the preparation and improvement of the venture; deals with the undertaking to scope. Obligations include: foster the task plan; distinguish project expectations; recognize gambles and encourage gamble the board plan; direct the undertaking assets (colleagues); scope control and change the executives; supervise quality affirmation of the venture the board cycle; keep up with all documentation including the venture plan; report and figure project status; resolve clashes inside the task or between cross-utilitarian groups; guarantee that the venture’s item meets the business targets; and impart project status to partners.|
|Team Members||Name:||Makes progress toward the expectations of the task. Obligations include: comprehending the work to be finished; finished research, information on social occasions, investigation, and documentation as framed in the venture plan; advising the task director regarding issues, scope changes, and hazard and quality worries; proactively conveying status; and oversee assumptions.|
|Customer:||Name:||The individual mentions the deliverable. Obligations include: joining forces with the support or task administrator to make the Project Charter; banding together with the undertaking director to deal with the venture, including the timetable, work plan, testing, assets, preparing, and documentation of methodology; working with the venture group to recognize the specialized way to deal with be utilized and the expectations to be outfitted toward the culmination of the undertaking; give a reasonable meaning of the business objective; approve project expectations; take responsibility for the created process.|
|Project team members||Four members|
|Project Risk||Mitigation Strategy|
|Operational risk||Mitigation strategy|
|The main target is to reduce the overall cost by $100,000 without compromising the quality of the project or building. Also, there is a target of reducing the implementation period by 15 days, approximately half a month.|
PART B: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
The project involves the construction of custom homebuilding.
The project involves building a single-story building that will be made based on the client’s preferences in terms of design and the features included in the building. The project will build bricks to develop the walls and concrete on the floors and the roof rather than using the sheet.
To develop a viable construction plan, including a structured design and the details needed in developing the project.
To create high-quality design at an affordable plan.
To ensure the project is eco-friendly and efficient enough in energy consumption.
Budget Considerations and constraints
The custom home building construction project is limited to 5 months. Also, it is to be done within a budget of $1,000,000 and managed by a team of four individuals who the support staff and casual workers will assist.
OPR Process Tracking
A Gantt Chart will be used in tracking the progress of the project to ensure the activities are carried out within the required time.
The construction project will be subject to the preferences of the customers, which will be integrated into the architectural design of the homebuilding.
Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
Occupancy, Climatic, Temperature, and Sizing Requirements
Air Quality and Ventilation
General HVAC Systems Data
Design Calculation and Tools
HVAC Budget Issues
HVAC Performance Requirements
Energy Efficiency and Demand Reduction
Power Capacity and Redundancy
Lighting and Visual Quality
Light Fixtures and Lamps
Emergency Generator and UPS
Environmental and Sustainability goals