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Organisational Structure Communications Plan Project Procurement Plan - Unrealistic schedule and cost
expectations
- Manufacturing capacity
- Conflicts relationships
- Potential delays
- Questionable past performance
- Potential that final product does
not meet required specifications CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME Hansen Yuncken’s practical completion of
Deakin Burwoods Highway frontage building is on the 4th of December 2013. Quality Management Plan Quality Management Approach SRM381 Project Management 3 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN Risk Management Plan Scope Management Plan COMMUNICATIONS PLAN Cost Management Plan Deakin Burwood Highway Frontage Building •Demonstrate our understanding of integrated project management

•Demonstrate our understanding of project management processes

•Provide evidence of our graduate skills including communication and team work

•Provide evidence of our ability to present a solution to peers in a workplace setting
Richard Martin PRESENTATION BY Joanna Cheng Elizabeth Walker Student Number: 900200629 Student Number: 900200834 Student Number: 900216272 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN CONTENTS Human Resources Plan Scope Management Plan
Communications Plan
Human Resources Plan
Project Procurement Plan
Time Management Plan
Cost Management Plan
Quality Management Plan
Risk Management Plan SCOPE MANAGEMENT PLAN HUMAN RESOURCES PLAN PROJECT PROCUREMENT PLAN CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME COST MANAGEMENT PLAN QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN PROJECT OVERVIEW Deakin University's New Burwood Highway Frontage Building Client: Deakin University
Architect: Woods Bagot
Head Contractor: Hansen Yuncken
Project Value: $98 Million
Contract Delivery: Lump Sum
Program: January 2012 - Late 2013
Location: Burwood Highway, Burwood Victoria PURPOSE Client
Consultants
Subcontractors
Governments
Environmental Groups
Communities
Special Interest Groups
Media Stakeholders Communication Matrix In order to successfully manage communications for the duration of the project, we produce a communication matrix. This matrix is available to all members of the Project Team. It is aimed to provide a clear indication of the frequency and method with which we communicate, as well as the responsibilities and desired outcomes associated with this communication Roles and Responsibilities Roles
Senior Project Manager
Project Manager
Design Team
Construction Manager
Subcontractors Responsibilities may include:
Success of construction project
Evaluation of performance
Communication of plans
Managing construction staff Performance Measure Cost Allocation Baseline
Variance Reports
Status Reports
Contingencies
Expenditures Roles and Responsibilities Monitoring Roles
Client
Estimators / Cost Planners
Senior Project Manager
Project Manager
Construction Manager Responsibilities may include:
Reporting budget progress
Presenting project budget progress
Act as a financial manager
Determine cost objectives Processes, Documents and Controls
Cash Flow Budget
Budget Allocation
Progress Claim Budgets
Cost Reports
Expenditure Quality, Safety and Environmental Plan
Laws and Regulations
Hazard Awareness
Risk Assessment
Risk Control
Quality Assurance Additional Quality Control
Documents Quality Control Measures Roles and Responsibilities Key Milestones Work Breakdown Structure Procurement Risks: Traditional Procurement Procurement systems in the construction industry are selected and undertaken depending on the specific project. Procurement systems are an organisational structure adopted by the client for the implementation, and at times eventual operations, of a project. Procurement Definition: The purpose of a risk management plan is to provide the contractor with an analytical method of dealing and understanding potential hazards that may occur during the project. Hansen Yuncken’s risk management plan for Deakin University’s New Burwood Highway Frontage Building, allows them to monitor risk within the project assessing the probability and impact Purpose: Date Of Completion:
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