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Kitchen Tiling Project  Student Name MG375 29 July 2004
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Student Name MG375 Page  2 STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) Kitchen Tiling Project Objective: Remove existing vinyl flooring and replace with tile. Start Date: 1 September 2004 End Date: 30 April 2005 Milestones: 1.  Measure and draft layout of kitchen and dining area. 2. Locate flooring both partners can agree upon. 3. Determine quantities and supplies needed for the job. 4. Determine a savings schedule for 6 months to purchase materials. 5.  Purchase materials and supplies. 6.  Tear out old floor. 7.  Install new floor.
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Student Name MG375 Page  3 Kitchen Tiling Project Work Breakdown Structure 1 Measure and draft layout of kitchen and dining area. 1.1 Measuring kitchen and dining area. 1.1.1 Go to garage. 1.1.2 Get measuring tape from toolbox. 1.1.3 Have Spouse hold one end of tape measure against the windowed wall. 1.1.4 Obtain measurement. 1.1.5 Repeat process to measure all outside walls. 1.1.6 Measure cabinet layout on floor. 1.1.6.1 Have Spouse hold one end of tape measure at the cove on the floor. 1.1.6.2 Obtain measurement. 1.1.6.3 Repeat process to measure all cabinets.    1.2 Draft layout of kitchen. 1.2.1 Layout actual dimensions of kitchen on graph paper.
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