Bliss_PM3320 Unit 11 Final Project

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Bliss 1 Project Title Unit 11 Final Project Summary Community Center Prepared by: Robert Bliss Date: 3/09/2014
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Bliss 2 The Work Breakdown Structure or WBS is the process of subdividing project deliverables and project work into smaller, more manageable components. For the WBS I created an excel chart, set up similar to an organizational silo matrix, showing the four major components and the subsequent tasks are they are related grouped into four major categories for the project; site work, construction, utilities and finishes. As part of creating the WBS a WBS dictionary is the next step. To create this dictionary I expanded the individual tasks, assigned unique numbers to each task, I assigned responsible parties to each task and defined an estimate for duration of each task. Cost Management Plan is a plan describing how the project will be managed and controlled. To accomplish this cost management roles and responsibilities were defined for the project manager to develop cost management plan, to monitor cost performance baseline, report variances and apply corrective actions when needed. The project sponsor was to protect the project budget. Also the agency fiscal bureau was tasked to assist with ensuring expenditures are accurately reported. Project Cost Estimates for each of the task was estimated with the project budget not exceed $285.000.00 and funding sources to be solely by the property owners. The Cost Tracking and Monitoring was the process of maintaining and controlling budget responsibility by the contractor. Contractor subcontracted portions of the project to licensed and bonded tradesmen to perform site excavation, communication, electrical, plumbing and HVAC work. In this step a process for invoicing and payment schedule for payment of each trade according to the completion status of their work.
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