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KNOX college

PROPOSED SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT

PROJECT CHARTER AND SCOPE STATEMENT  

Table of Contents

1.1 Project purpose 2

1.2 Measurable project objectives and related success criteria 2

1.3 High-level requirements 3

1.4 High-level project description 3

1.5 High-level risks 4

1.6 Summary milestone schedule 4

1.7 Summary budget 4

1.8 Stakeholder list 5

1.9 Project approval requirements 5

1.10 Assigned project manager, responsibility and authority level 6

1.11 Name and authority of the sponsor or other persons authorising the project charter 6

2. PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT 6

2.1 Project scope description and objectives 6

2.2 Deliverables 6

2.3 Milestones 2

2.4 Limits & Exclusions 2

2.5 Technical Requirements 2

2.6 Acceptance criteria (Reviews with client/customer) 2

2.7 WBS 2

1. PROJECT CHARTER

1.1 Project purpose

To purpose of this project is to build a school in Knox to provide quality education with better infrastructure and facilities to inculcate quality learning in this competitive generation.

1.2 Measurable project objectives and related success criteria

The project is a G+2 structure proposed to start on 20 October 2017. The project will follow all guidelines laid and provided by the council and will implement safety measures in all aspects of the work front.

The school would provide education to nearly 1500 kids and occupation for 120 teachers. The school highly believes in increasing diversity and developing multi-cultural social skills programs.

The project will cost a total of $1,246,000 and is estimated to be completed within 8 months from the start of project (20 October 2017 – 20 June 2018)

1.3 High-level requirements

• Required man power at all times

• Continuous flow of resources

• Continued support from management

• Proper supervision and quality check in regular intervals

• Continuous work front by all contractors

• Proper understanding and execution as per Plan diagram

1.4 High-level project description

Overview

The proposed building has a floor area of 60,000 sqft in total. The land area is 7 acres. Expansion of the school can be carried out in the future as per statistics of admission and usage in the upcoming years.

• It has three levels including ground. It is for high school level education consisting of classes for years 7-12.

• The school will contain 120 classrooms. Each classroom is designed as per the guidelines of the council and state. Classrooms are made bigger for higher grades to increase group based activities.

Building Infrastructure

¬ A gymnasium for everyday exercise and fitness and a kitchen cum cafeteria in the same level.

¬ A clinic and counselling room for treating the ill and providing necessary attention and care for the distressed.

¬ Each classroom will be fitted with 4 lights. Classrooms will also contain projectors and smartboard for learning.

¬ All rooms will be centralised for cooling and heating.

¬ Laboratories for computer and science.

¬ A library with area of 340sqft to store and arrange nearly 2000 books.

¬ Theatre for drama, lectures and documentary screening.

¬ Music room, staff rooms, conference halls, toilets, management and principal room

¬ Provision of solar panels and rain water system to reduce electric and water bills.

¬ Bus parking, bicycle stand and car park will be on the south-east side of the proposed building.

Safety Measures

¬ Camera surveillance will be used in corridors, classrooms, hall, laboratory and any other rooms necessary for constant observation.

¬ Fire safety procedures will be implemented at intervals based on regulation. Fire extinguisher, sprinkler system, fire alarm and fire hose reel will be provided as per regulation.

¬ Security personnel in each entrance of the school building and property to observe and maintain safety amongst students and any other issue.

¬ Pedestrian path way and improved vehicle access for safe pick up and drop off of students.

1.5 High-level risks

   RISK

EFFECT

Funding

Delay in payment to contractor and suppliers

Work Front

Lack of coordination among contractors

Resources

Delayed supply of materials

Natural conditions

Bad Weather, hazards

Labour

Shortage in man power delaying progress of work

Man made issues

Political threat, strike, terrorism

1.6 Summary milestone schedule

S.NO

ACTIVITY

MILESTONE

Start

20/10/17

1

Foundation

12/11/17

2

Super Structure GF+FF+SF

15/03/18

3

Electrical Wiring + Fittings

25/04/18

4

Plumbing + fittings

30/04/18

5

Painting

20/05/18

6

Furnishings

30/05/18

7

Safety measures

10/05/18

8

Approval VRQA

30/05/18

9

Marketing, Admission, Placement

15/06/18

10

Pavement and road work

15/06/18

End

20/06/18

1.7 Summary budget

S.NO

ACTIVITY

BUDGET

1

Construction = Materials, machinery, labour,

$450,000

2

Electrical = wiring + fittings

$190,000

3

Plumbing = piping + fittings

$140,000

4

Painting

$80,000

5

Playground development

$168,000

6

Laboratory equipment

$40,000

7

Sports equipment

$25,000

8

Safety measures = CCTV + Fire

$32,000

9

Approval VRQA

$20,000

10

Electric power connection

$7,000

11

Pavement and road work

$44,000

12

School procurement

$50,000

TOTAL

$1,246,000

1.8 Stakeholder list

S.NO

STAKEHOLDER

ROLE

1.

Investors

Funding

2.

Client

customer

3.

Architect

Professional

4.

Structural Engineer

Professional

5.

CAD operator

Professional

6.

Construction manager

Professional

7.

Project manager

Professional

8.

Painter and decorator

Professional

9.

Interior designing

Professional

10.

Suppliers

Group

11.

Site engineer

Contractor

12.

Supervisor

Contractor

13.

Safety engineer

Contractor

14.

Labour

Craft

15.

Plumber

Craft

16.

Electrician

Craft

17.

Marketing

Department

18.

Procurement

Department

19.

Safety regulations

State

1.9 Project approval requirements

The successful completion of the project will require the following criteria's to be attained by the designated departments and sectors.

1. Approval of building plan

2. Construction permit by Council

3. Signed document between client and contractor

4. Approval by Victorian Registration and Qualification Authority(VRQA)

Any delay in time will result in a 5% penalty and any increase in budget will be discussed and worked on by both client and contractor as per changes mentioned by either party.

1.10 Assigned project manager, responsibility and authority level

Mr Valentino Geraldi, of Maxwell Builders is appointed at the site as the junior project manager in-charge of daily monitoring and report submission of everyday progress in work.

He is to report directly to his superior Mr James Leonard in all aspects of the project. Any query or change in proposition will be monitored and recorded by Mr Geraldi for future references and verification.

1.11 Name and authority of the sponsor or other persons authorising the project charter

NAME : ____________________ SIGNATURE

ORGANISATION : __KNOX COLLEGE___

ROLE : __CLIENT___________

DATE : ____/____/____

NAME : Mr. Valentino Geraldi___

ORGANISATION : MAXWELL BUILDERS

ROLE : PROJECT MANAGER_

DATE : ____/____/____

NAME : ____________________  

ORGANISATION : __MANTRA BUILDERS___

ROLE : __CONTRACTOR_

DATE : ____/____/____

WITNESS 1. WITNESS 2.

2. PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT

2.1 Project scope description and objectives

To construct the KNOX college building in the estimated time frame of 8 months from the start of the project within the estimated budget $1,246,000.00

2.2 Deliverables

o Engineering report

o Proposal

o Design drawings

o Design documents

o Site investigation report

o Design review

o Tender document

o Completed building

o Education

o Occupation

2.3 Milestones

2.4 Limits & Exclusions

2.5 Technical Requirements

2.6 Acceptance criteria (Reviews with client/customer)

2.7 WBS

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