Stanford Project Delivery Process (PDP)

Stanford Project Delivery Process (PDP) - THE PROJECT...

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THE PROJECT DELIVERY PROCESS AT STANFORD STANFORD uNIVERSITY DEPARTmENT OF PROJECT mANAgEmENT AuguST 2010 Version 2.0
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Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment + Energy Building
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THE PROJECT DELIVERY PROCESS AT STANFORD | CONTENTS http://lbre.stanford.edu/dpm/PDP_Process 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 PROJECT TEAM AND COMMUNICATIONS 4 Department of Project Management 4 Project Team Communications 5 Project Team Primary Responsibilities 6 APPROVALS AND FUNDING 9 SUSTAINABILITY 13 PROCESS PHASES 17 Scoping 18 Feasibility 19 Programming 20 Schematic Design 21 Design Development 22 Construction Documents 23 Permitting 24 Construction 25 Activation 26 Closeout 27 PROJECT CONTROLS 29 Project Administration 30 Budget Development 32 Schedule Development 34 Cost Analysis 36
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THE PROJECT DELIVERY PROCESS AT STANFORD | INTRODUCTION http://lbre.stanford.edu/dpm/PDP_Process 3 INTRODUCTION The Stanford University Project Delivery Process (PDP) manual is a comprehensive overview of the project delivery process and provides a framework that aids in the planning, design, and construction of new projects and renovations. Developed and implemented by the Department of Project Management (DPM), the PDP focuses on collaboration, early program definition, and commitment from the entire team. It emphasizes the use of consistent, rigorous project controls during the entire process to ensure that capital projects support the academic mission of the university and meet approved goals, budgets, and schedules. The PDP will guide project team members to make informed decisions, resulting in improved quality and performance of buildings and reduced risk to the university. The PDP manual facilitates communication with the stakeholders involved in planning, design, and construction management at Stanford. It clearly identifies the roles and responsibilities of team members, and describes the tasks, deliverables, and approvals that are expected for each of the project phases. Project outcomes benefit from clear expectations and communications throughout the process. DPM is committed to seeking creative solutions within the framework of informed choices and strives to continuously improve upon the desired outcome. Success in maintaining project budget and schedule is a result of proper controls during the design process. At the core of the PDP is the “Heartbeat” diagram. The Heartbeat provides the framework for critical control points in relation to project process phases. The Heartbeat divides the design and construction process into process phases, each with its goals, tasks, and deliverables to be completed prior to obtaining the necessary approvals to move forward. Taken together, these tasks, deliverables, and approvals combine to create an organized set of process controls and allow DPM and other university stakeholders to make informed choices throughout the project.
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