CPMGT 300 Week 2 Project Proposal

CPMGT 300 Week 2 Project Proposal

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 CPMGT 300 Week 2 Project Proposal
 

Your team has been contracted to build a garage with living quarters. This proposal is this first team individual assignment in a series that shall progressively build a partial suite of project plan deliverables:

 

 

 

Project Proposal (this assignment)
 

 

Project Requirements/Risk/Cost Paper (week 3)
 

 

Breaking Down the Work (week 4)
 

 

Project Schedule and Performance Measurement (week 5)
 

 

The details of this assignment are included in the linked grading rubric.

 

Purpose of Assignment
 

The chances of project success are considerably better if project stakeholders have articulated the goals of the project at the beginning. In your proposal provide a vision of the product or outcome that a successfully executed project will deliver, and identifies the people that will participate in the development of the charter and the project initiation/planning phases.

 

Your team has been contracted to build a garage with living quarters. This proposal is this first team individual assignment in a series that shall progressively build a partial suite of project plan deliverables:

 

 

 

Project Proposal (this assignment)
 

 

Project Requirements/Risk/Cost Paper (week 3)
 

 

Breaking Down the Work (week 4)
 

 

Project Summary Report (week 5)
 

 

 

Garage Building Project – Charter/Statement of Work
 

Overview: Your team has been contracted to build a garage with living quarters on the property of Joni and Gilbert Lahlum, in Mansfield, Massachusetts.

Important: This is a classroom exercise and does not require any construction expertise. In other words: you do not have be an actual contractor to write a successful paper. Just apply the project tools and techniques that we have been learning about to complete this assignment successfully.

Statement of Need: Gil and Joni have decided to move Joni’s mother, Gilda, on to their property. Rather than add onto their existing home they have decided to replace their existing free standing garage with a larger structure that would include a small “in-law” apartment.

Project Benefits: Gil and Joni will be able to better care for Gilda while enabling her to maintain the dignity of independent living. Additionally, the improved garage and a small apartment will add an estimated $170,000 to the value of the property.

Project particulars: You know from your builder that you will need a scope statement that includes the following resources: a Plumber, an Electrician, a General Laborer, and a Contractor who can prepare the site and lay the foundation. In addition to these resources, you will need to ask others to participate in the design and approval of the plan, inspections, and furnishings (like an interior decorator).

Project Constraints:

 

 

 

Total project costs must not exceed $165,000.
 

 

Time from breaking ground to occupancy is not to exceed 90 days.
 

 

Heating and Air Conditioning must be sufficient to deal with New England’s climate (frigid and harsh winter weather; hot and humid summer days). Structure must be energy efficient.
 

 

Roof must withstand the weight of heavy snowfalls.
 

 

Galley kitchen only: built in microwave, two burner stove, small convection oven, small fridge, but no dishwasher. Structure can include a provision for laundry if the budget allows.
 

 

Assumptions:

 

 

 

Land is level and is not in need of grading or drainage remediation work.
 

 

The site has easy access to electrical, communications, water, and sewage utilities.
 

 

Out of scope:

 

 

 

Demolition and removal of existing garage.
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