Give reasons for your opinion. Project Concept and Strategy a. Risk Identification and Management A. Which would have been best and what would that have involved? What would you have done and would that change for successive phases of the project? Cashman kept his cash flow chart a secret.
Rank them in order of priority for this project. What was the result? First he set aside one million for contingencies. They also failed to insist that EID obtain the buildingoccupation certificate.
Specific issues for your consideration follow. Planning and Scheduling Identify and describe a set of project schedule milestones from project concept to project completion.
Why, and what would you have done? Should this be part of the plan? So, if youwere Win Easley, the project management consultant, what would you report? The scope of the project is to improved the production efficiency by expanding the work area and installing new and automatic equipments.
Facility Startup and Project Closeout a. Easley Associates to conduct a post project appraisal. What is the importance of Quality to a project like this?
John Carpenter, not a favorite with the older staff, was blamed for introducing these "new fangled and unnecessarily complicated ideas".
I recommend that conducting a feasibility study will help in achieving those objectives. Your task is to show how you would run this project properly from the beginning. Another difficulty arose with the paint shop because the local inspection authority insisted that thesurplus paint disposal arrangements be upgraded to meet the latest environmental standards.
For this reason alone, the delivery schedule slipped two weeks, contributing to a later construction schedule conflict in tying-in the new services.
Miles Faster jumped at the opportunity to get involved and decided to change the production train specification to increase capacity. How would you gauge the project success? What would you have done when you saw that the project would not meets its schedule? Moreover, due to late delivery of the production train, the "tie-in" of power andother utility connections scheduled for the annual two-week maintenance shut-down could not in facttake place until two weeks later.
What is the importance of Quality to a project like this V. What use would it be? The Custom Woodworking Company - Woody project.
Draw a simple flow chart for processing changes? How should float on the critical path have been managed?b. How should the contract(s) be organized and tendered?
How should they be administered? d. Were the original Woody project requirements delivered? 2. Communication and People Management. a. Draw a project organization chart. What were the real relationships?
b. Should Leadbetter have been left to run the project? /5(K). What were the contracting alternatives open to Woody's? Which would have been best and what would that have involved?
b. How should the contract(s) be organized and tendered? c. When did Woody's know they were in trouble with over expenditure?
What was the result? c. VII. Contracting for Engineering and Construction Services A. What were the contracting alternatives open to Woody’s?
Which would have been best and what would that have involved? B. How should the contract(s) be organized and tendered? C. How should they be administered? D. Were the original Woody project requirements delivered? VIII. What were the contracting alternatives open to Woody’s?
Which would have been best and whatwould that have involved?b. How should the contract(s. A. Woody's was given the option between hybrid cost plus and a cost-reimbursed contract, other alternative contract vehicles that could have been looked at include, they eventually went with the cost plus contract type.
When did Woody's know they were in trouble with over expenditure? What was the result? Woody's knew they were in trouble when costs escalated due to a multitude of changes resulting in delayed completion and their expenditures exceeding the budget.Download