Transcript: (Quantity Survey and Cost Estimation) DATE AK Organization Quantity Survey and Cost Estimation PRESENTATION GROUP NO 6 SECTION A SECTION A 1 MALIK SAQIB Presented to Group no 6 2 KAYNAT AKMAL MUHAMMAD AAMIR MUHAMMAD OSAMA SAEED KHAN HAFIZ TAIMOOR EJAZ MADAD ALI Grroup Mmebers Group no 6 2 Group Members: KAYNAT AKMAL MUHAMMAD AAMIR MUHAMMAD OSAMA SAEED KHAN HAFIZ TAIMOOR EJAZ MADAD ALI Group Members: We were assigned a task to carry out a project to estimate the cost of a building. We chose a house in Media Town Islamabad. We did our task thoroughly in about 14 weeks. INTRODUCTION: To find the cost of the material used and the cost of the labor used to carry out all the construction works. To carry out detailed quantity and cost estimate of this single story house. To determine the economic feasibility of construction of this house. OBJECTIVE: To establish the cost of carrying out works to build the house to maximize the profit for all the individuals involved in the constructing project. To evaluate other alternate decisions. To prepare project budget. To determine most economical processes and use of materials. (for example when selecting material from MRS when the clear choice was not there in the plan of our project.) AIM: All the numeric values weather mentioned or not is in the unit foot. Many details were missing in our plans, for example Floor details – from another mate’s project Roof details DPC features from another group’s project (i.e. 2”) Width of cupboard (i.e. 3’) Width of kitchen cabinets (i.e. 3’) Shelf of kitchen (i.e. 3’) Aluminum windows (selected from available ones in MRS-RWP) Ramp details. Thickness of plaster (3/8”) ASSUMPTION: The picture shows transformation from original plan to Assumed single story. The stretch of plot was 30’*60’ = 1800 sft. The covered area of ground floor was 30*48 = 1440 sft. The house had 2 bedrooms (i.e. room A and room B). It had 2 bathrooms (i.e. bath A and B). Also the house had 1 lounge, 1 drawing room, 1 kitchen and a car porch. The house was a masonry structure, with PCC foundation, and reinforced column footings. SPECIFICATION:
Transcript: I CHETTIKULAM Rs.3/-per page Totally 170*3 = Rs.510/- Rs.200/- Project typing (total 170 pages) NOTE BINDING Content Ediding & Alignment charge Rs.200/- RAJENDIRAN TOTAL tottaly 170 page -> 170*8 = Rs.1360/- Total typing charge Xerox Cost Rs.1360/- Rs.900/- Rs.510/- FRONT PAGE - Rs.100/- 8 NOTE*100 - Rs.800/- per page Rs.1/- Total 170*6 = Rs.1020/- frront & back copy 170*2 = Rs.340/- TOTAL Rs.1360/- Project Cost Printing Charges Rs.4330/-
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Transcript: 3 - Point Estimates Most Likely cM = $601,202 Optimistic cO = $579,000 Pessimistic cP = $680,000 Completed By: Nick Unger, Aaron Morlock, Yogi Raina, and Adriel Hernandez - Keep a focus on quality over quantity - Create an editorial calendar and stick to it - Create a draft, fine-tune, and revise - Use a journalistic approach to your writing - Use a mix of original and curated content - Know who your audience is and cater your content so it appeals to them - Stop selling and instead solve a problem - Measure the success of your posts and tweets - Write only one idea per paragraph - Use lists instead of paragraphs when possible Contingency Reserve Total = $90,180.30 The budget for development was compiled based on activity and phase estimations that were aggregated The total amount of funding required = $691,382.30 Summary Cost Control & KPI's Triangular cE = (cO + cM + cP) / 3 SPI - Tells us how efficiently we are actually progressing compared to our planned progress. Crashing Top Costs To build a brand for market success, a good place to start is to take some time and brainstorm the following: - Define why you're in business - Think of images that define your business model - Consider what you want people to think about your business - Think of words you want people to use to describe your business - Describe the advantages of your business over your competition - How to be consistent with your brand message - Consider how to project a constant look - Always be consistent in the tone of your communications - Have consistency in your product or service - Always maintain a high level of quality The way you interact with your visitors on your website is crucial because your website is the focal point of your online marketing activities. Also, having your site optimized for search engines is vital for getting visibility in search results. What to measure with Analytics A blog provides yet another marketing and communication vehicle for a business and is relatively easy to integrate into your already existing website. It projects the personality of the organization and can help build thought leadership and credibility. A blog allows you to have fresh content and gives people a reason to return to your site. Besides informing others about company activities, you should offer some advice or help people with a need they may have. Cost Aggregation Beta Distribution cE = (cO + 4cM + cP) / 6 7% Content Strategy Cost Baseline Our Triangular Estimation = $620,067.33 Blog Strategy Budget Estimations A brand is not just a logo or tagline, it is an emotion. When you think of famous brands like McDonalds, Nike, Apple or Toyota, each of them conveys some thought or experience in all of us. A successful brand is one that can gain wide recognition and garner trust and loyalty. Development Cost Control & KPI's Reserves Design Contingency Reserves As more accurate information is available, this will be altered Based on cM & +- 15% Closing Based on the estimation techniques used, the budget was increased for our project Analytics Reserve Analysis & Funding Required Website Design Aggregate Cost Estimates Email Marketing Brand Marketing Success Aviator Cost Presentation Budget Estimations Cont. Visitor behavior (new, returning...), browser technology, operating system, desktop vs. mobile, goal completions, conversions, demographics (age, gender), geographic location, traffic sources (direct, referral, social, advertising, organic), pages most visited, pages per visit, bounce rate, click-through rate, sentiment, reach Budget Estimations Totals are phase based Reserve Analyis Email Marketing Tips Our funding required included reserves of $90,180.30 Activity Cost Estimates Tips for great content Cost Breakdown By Phase Expert Judgment Analysis & Recommendation High demand for these developers Turnover between testing iterations Retainer payment & standby employee designation 5 Months @ $4500 Treated as PTO Overage It is nearly impossible to stress the importance of analyzing data to measure the success of what you do online. Analytics are crucial for measuring and tracking the efficiency of your efforts over time. They help you understand your visitors, leads and prospects. They also provide you with the information you need to convert your visitors into valuable customers. Because of the prominence of spam, many people believe that marketing your product through email is no longer an effective way to get your message out to consumers. However, Email marketing remains one of the most productive ways to reach out to your audience. 55% 33% Overall Budget at Completion = $601,202 Increase in employee numbers led to budget spike Brand Marketing Lower Costs Funding Required 0% Content marketing is a method of attracting and retaining customers by consistently creating and curating relevant and valuable content with the intention of changing or enhancing consumer behavior. It is an ongoing process that is best integrated into your overall
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Transcript: The way for the happiness!! For my prospective, i think we should continue call the same services but we should modify the part of amortization method. Check Fill Rates When you check the option Build Schedule the cost are rebuild. When you check FillRates or CalculatePayments we shouldn't touch cost. Check Build Schedule How the schedule Builder works? After many conversations and research we finally decide to make a service called "Loan Schedule Service". Why do we decide to create a new service? 1.- Transaction Updates: Fill Schedule batch job 2.- Transaction Updates: FMS Effective Interest Calculation 3.- Adjuster 4.- LoanBulkLoader 5.- Future Draws and Pay Downs batch job. Actually the service call : ScheduleBuilder RunAmortization Method . RateAcquisitionSercvice PrincingEngineService This method touch the cost!!! What is the requirement? COST PROJECT Original Schedule Check Calculate Payments What is the plan? Schedule Changed Amortization Method
Transcript: Other Areas Cost Comunication Guide Cost Project Brewing Following 1- Cost Project 2-Brewing 3-Packaging 4-Other Areas Financial Report YTD-Aug Update to fixed and variable documents monthly Trigger Point Standar (Fixed and Variable) Monthly Meetings with areas Update in General Meetings October 16 Brewing PDCA Cost Comunication Meetings with operative teams Following to new/better ideas of IdeasTecate@cuamoc.com Packaging Following PDCA Cost Tools Other Areas Following Cost Tools Packaging
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