Project Management: Construction of an Ultra Modern Hospital

17353 WordsSep 28, 201270 Pages
| Table of Contents PROJECT CHARTER…………….. 2 1.0 Introduction 3 Project Team Roles and Responsibilities 7 Approvals 9 2.0 SCOPE MANAGEMENT PLAN 9 SCOPE MANAGEMENT APPROACH 9 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 10 SCOPE DEFINITION 12 WORK BREAK DOWN STRUCTURE 14 WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE DICTIONARY 16 SCOPE VERIFICATION 18 SCOPE CONTROL 19 3.0 PROJECT TIME MANAGEMENT 20 RESOURCE BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE 23 PRECEDENCE DIAGRAM OF SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES 27 4.0 CONTROL SCHEDULE 38 ESTIMATING COST OF THE PROJECT USING WBS 38 5.0 PROJECT COST MANAGEMENT 39 INTRODUCTION 39 COST MANAGEMENT APPROACH 41 MEASURING PROJECT COSTS 42 REPORTING FORMAT 43 COST VARIANCE RESPONSE PROCESS 43 COST CHANGE CONTROL PROCESS 43 PROJECT BUDGET 43…show more content…
It shall also include the installation of services, furnishing and the necessary equipment. The scope of the project does not include entertainment gadgets, and accommodation for doctors. The installation of medical equipment of the scope is uncertain or has not been fully defined. 2.3. Project Approach Standard process utilized in the construction of the modern hospital project: Group 5 consult will collect user requirements and document it as requirement description for user review. Group 5 Consult will write the corresponding use cases to cover requirements. Group 5 Consult will have architectural design for user review. Group 5 Consult will develop detailed design and cost document for major components. During the construction phase unit testing and material integration testing is required. During the construction quality assurance phase, QA testing and user acceptance testing will be required. Final user acceptance testing will be given at the end of the defect liability period prior to the final takeover of the project. 2.3. Major Deliverables The modern hospital to be built will provide various functions for the designated recipient community. The Project Management Plan includes a Work Breakdown Structure and timeline for the
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