7.0 Budget Estimate and Financial AnalysisA preliminary estimate of the cost for the entire project is $200,000. This includes the hire of a temporary project manager, and the hours used by current employees to work on the project. Project savings comes in the form of reduced health insurance cost due to a healthier workforce that makes fewer claims.
When bridges are poorly constructed, they may fail due to load they carry, collision by derailed trains or even by vehicles that lose control leading to catastrophic incidences. However, if bridges are well-constructed, the chances or injury are greatly minimized in the event of an accident. Discussed in the subsections are the requirements of AS 5100 standards in relation to cable-stayed bridges and include design requirements for bridges, bridge aesthetics, bridge functional requirements, bridge component design requirements and bridge construction
PROJ 592 All Discussions Week 1 - 7 Purchase here http://devrycourse.com/proj-592-all-discussions-week-1-7 Product Description PROJ 592 Week 1 DQ 1 WBS Construction PROJ 592 Week 1 DQ 2 Project Cost Estimates and Assumptions PROJ 592 Week 2 DQ 1 Cost Components PROJ 592 Week 2 DQ 2 Estimating Processes PROJ 592 Week 3 DQ 1 Project Schedules PROJ 592 Week 3 DQ 2 Sensitivity Analysis PROJ 592
The cost for the project is 44,000 dollars. According to the Department of Transportation, warning lights cost 23,000 and gates are 11,000 each. The resources needed are warning lights and two crossing gates it will be 44,000 dollars in total. According to the United States Census Bureau and some simple calculations I have concluded that The Chelsea Public Works Department makes 1,248,700.46 dollars yearly. Only 500,000 to 800,000 dollars is used yearly leaving 448700.46 dollars unused, so we will not have to worry about raising taxes or a fundraiser. Since their will still be money left, 1,000 dollars will be donated to each Chelsea School
There are a couple of concerns with Competition Bikes Inc., ProForma for year 9. The first concern is the amount of money that is allocated to research and development. For the previous three years, they have been all over the board with their budgets. The sixth year was $71,460, the seventh year was $98,280, and the eight year was $82,284. This is concerning that the budget has fluctuated so much. In the ninth year they have allocated $85,861. This budget line item should be analyzed so there is not so much variance in the budget between year to year.
The history is one part of the Appellation trail. The founder of the appalachian trail benton mackaye. The first year it opened was on October 7, 1923. It took 14 years to build the trail.There were many people that made the trail. They made the trail so people could walk the trail and see nature. The trail is 2,200 miles long. There are 30 different groups that take care of the trai. “Ridgerunners are assigned to work on specific sections of the Trail, which can be up to 70 miles long. They spend most of their
Facts:- The BC Ministry of Transportation and Highway issued a request for proposal(RFP) for the construction of a Highway. Six teams responded with submission including Tercon and Brentwood Enterprises Ltd. Later that year, the province informed the six proponents that it now intended to design the highway itself and issued a request for proposals for its construction. The RFP set out a specifically defined
Don Churchill is in the business of building cowboys and cowgirls out of people with intellectual disabilities. It is a labor of love that began when Don and his wife Denise worked on the executive staff at Down Home Ranch outside of Elgin.
A considerable obstacle to the Legions was the number of small rivers and streams. Gradually, the legions became better at engineering, until every soldier was able to complete his part of a simple pontoon bridge, as shown here: Also taken from Trajan's column. These pontoon bridges were constructed from boats, over which planking was laid. When horses were required to cross, a small layer of earth was sometimes put on the bridge, to reassure them. Stone Roman bridges remain famous for their durability to this day, and their three or four arches was a roman concept, so that weight on the top of the bridge merely forced the keystones of the
The city made notifications not initially planned out and ultimately adding more dead load of the bridge which led to the collapse under too much load the bridge was intended to take. They also added railings to the bridge that did not meet current safety standards in 1998. By replacing them, it added more load to the bridge. During their last renovation of the bridge before the collapse, more concrete was going to be added. They chose to use mixing truck to pour concrete, but Minnesota specifications said that pouring of concrete was to be done on site and mixing trucks could not be used on state bridges. The company's actions to place trucks all over the site to pour their concrete while specifications said that concrete was to be mixed on site without trucks, shows how the actions taken by the company was not morally right in considering state regulations. Bridge construction inspectors determined that the concrete specifications meet required standards and consequently they determined that it was okay to place the materials on the bridge for the
The bridge has a very well designed ‘sustainability’ concept, relying on upcycled materials to complete the bridge. These upcycled materials consist of the wood, the fishing net, the oil barrels and the plastic shielding for the barrels. These materials can be used for functional roles in the design, such as platforms, floatation, safety lines across hand rails, and so on. The bridge’s sustainability concept can be further supported by the ease of replacing materials, and not throwing them in the bin. The materials such as wood, plastic and pieces of metallic bolts and nuts can be recycled and reused for other purposed such as furniture, storage or completely recycled back into a molten form for the metallic objects.
Because of advancements in today’s technology in construction field, many types of bridges are being constructed depending on the requirement and their suitability for the situations.
It is shaped in a way to transfer weight to the towers and anchors with its tension (O'Connor, 1971, p. 372). Cables are made of high strength wires spirally bound to form a rope (O'Connor, 1971, p. 372). Vertical cable suspenders that are fastened to the main cables hang the actual roadway. Stiffening girders and trusses are along the side of the bridge to distribute concentrated loads and help to keep the motion of the bridge at a minimum (Troitsky, 1994, p115).
Task 3. Prepare a business case for the Recreation and Wellness Intranet Project. Assume the project will take six months to complete and cost about $200,000. Use the business case template provided on the companion Web site for this text.