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#### Transcript of Project Management Graduation Project

Site Layout Conclusion is here Contract Analysis Contract Analysis Case of Study Conclusion is here Method Statment Cost Estimate Compare 5+7= (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Planning & Schedualing Time & Cost Control Financial Management Safety Management Method statement must be considers carefully in construction projects because of the new technology used in the construction field, and there are many alternatives can do the same thing, so we had to make enough studies to select the most suitable method of construction, The basis of comparison and method of selection requires careful consideration of the following factors:- 1.Cost.
2.Time.
3.Resource Availability.
4.The Quality.
5.Safety. The Available Alternatives: 1. Cold applied bitumen.
2. Polyethylene sheets.
3. Hot Bitumen.
4. Canvas Isolation.
5. Torch applied membrane.
6. Cold bituminous membrane.
7. Cement slurry insulation.
8. Epoxy isolation.
9. polystyrene thermal insulation board.
10. geotextile thermal insulation sheets.
11. Foam concrete. Introduction Torch Applied Membrane. A) Material
Cost of 1 roller (1m*10m) =120 LE
Cost of 1 m2 bitumen membrane= 120/10= 12 L.E/m2
1m2 need1.2 m2 bitumen membrane
Cost of bitumen membrane/ m2 =12*1.2= 14.4 L.E

B) Labor
P.R = 150 m2 / day
NO. Labor All in labor rate LE /day
1 Assistant 90

D=1000/(150*1)=7 Days
Labor cost= 7*1*(120*1+90*1)=1470 LE
Cost of labor/m2=1470/1000 =1.47 LE/m2

C) Equipment:
Every 20 roller need 1 gas
Cost of 1 gas =15 LE
Cost of equipment for 1 m2=15/ (20*10)=0.08 LE/m2
Total direct cost/m2= Material cost+ Labor cost =cost by LE/m2
Direct cost of isolation / m2 =12+1.47+0.08=13.55 LE/m2 Cold Applied Membrane. A) Material
Cost of 1 roller (2m*100 m) =3000 LE
Cost of 1 m2 bitumen membrane= 3000/200= 15 L.E/m2

B) Labor
P.R = 250m2 / day
NO. LaborAll in labor rate LE /day
1 Assistant 90

D=Q/ (P.R*No. of crews)
D=1000/(250*1)= 4 Days

Labor cost= 4*1*(120*1+90*1) =840 LE
Cost of labor/m2=Labor cost/Q =cost by LE/m2
Cost of labor/m2=Labor cost/Q =.84 LE/m2
Total direct cost/m2= Material cost+ Labor cost =cost by LE/m2
Total direct cost/m2= 15+ 0.84 =15.84 L.E/m2 Summary TYPES OF CONTRACTS: 1.Lump Sum Contract.
2.Unit Price Contract.
3.Cost plus Contract.
4.Incentive Contracts.
5.Percentage of Construction Fee Contracts Contract type: Unit Price.
Project duration: 24 Months.

Initial payment: 10% Of Contract Value.
“Divided to 7% at the Start of the Project
And 3% after finishing 10% of the tender price.”

Retention: 5% of the Monthly Payments and Will Be Obtained At the End of the Project.

Payments: Monthly -- After 30 days from the date of deliverd it. 1. Keep the actual cost within the estimated value.
2. Collecting data for estimating future projects .
3. To complete the project within the schedule time. 1. Planning & scheduling.
2. Mesure & report actual time.
3. Compare actual with estimated time.
4. Variance analysis
5. Act (corrective action)
6. Update. 1. Cost Estimste "Data- Level of detail".
2. Mesure & report actual Cost.
3. Compare actual with estimated cost.
4. Variance analysis
5. Act (corrective action) Cost Control Time Control Cost & Time Control
Sequance: Construction Method Pool Area Surrounding Buildings Basic works in the project:
1- Excavation.
2- Backfill.
3- Plain Concrete.
4- Reinforced Concrete.
5- Isolation. Stationary Pump 1. Excavation In Sand Soil: Case of problem of Backfilling. 3.Backfilling: 2.Excavation in rock soil: 4.Reinforced Concrete: 5.Isolation: Financial Management is the most critical path in construction management particularly in developing countries where the finance of projects is very hard because of the lack of cash as a result of inflation. This problem becomes more critical when the project becomes a public one. PBP PBP PBP Mark Up Mark Up 3% from initial payment 7% from Initial Cash im Resource Management To ensure that the demand for resources does not exceed availability, Resource allocation, and resource leveling Definition
Safety management is a performance-oriented approach to safety and health management that gives organization a sustainable competitive advantage in global marketplace by establishing a safe and health work environment that is conducive to consistent peak performance and that is improved continually forever. This definition contains several key elements that must be under stood if one is to fully understand TSM. Benefits of Safety:

Reduced expenses related to injuries and illnesses.
Reduced absenteeism .
Lower employee complaints.
Improved employee morale and satisfaction.
Reduced insurance cost.
Reduced hidden cost.

Hidden cost:

Workers compensation cost.
Replacement and training for new or substitute employee.
Poor quality.
Penalties for non-compliance. Introduction:
The construction industry is experiencing has been striving hard to find methods to reduce the construction costs and speed up the completion of project. While the construction material cost is more or less a fixed parameter for a given project, the material handling on the construction site is a major operational cost that varies and can be minimized. This cost may be significantly reduced by optimizing the construction site layout. Optimal layouts also contribute to safety and streamlined operations while minimizing the cost. Statically Site Layout steel steel crew earth work equipment crew
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