2 Contractor bids Executive Summary Evaluation and Plan 10 3 Property

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2.Contractor bids
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Executive Summary, Evaluation, and Plan103.Property inspections4.Receive proposals 5.Utility locates6.Dumpster delivery7.PermitsBefore rehabilitation and construction can begin, the property must first be emptied, and old materials must be removed.8.Demolition (clean out property)Construction process begins9.Replace roofBefore interior updates can be completed, mechanical updates must be done. Predecessors to steps 13-25.10. Plumbing updates11. HVAC updates12. Electrical updatesOnce the house is enclosed, interior finishes can be put in place.13. Exterior doors and windows14. LandscapingPaint must be completed before finishes are place inside to avoid damage to materials.15. Exterior & interior paintThe following steps are completed towards the end of the project life cycle, after predecessors are completed.16. Install new doors and trim17. Install flooring18. Bathroom finishes/ fixtures19. Kitchen cabinets & finishes20. Countertops21. Kitchen back splash22. Appliances
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Executive Summary, Evaluation, and Plan11The final deliverables for the project lifecycle tests quality control and ensures the project is presentable and completed to the client’s satisfaction.23. Final cleaning 24. Final inspection25. StagingDependencies• This project is dependent upon correct and timely work of contractors • Timeline is subject to the availability of city inspectors to issue approvalAssumptions• All necessary permits are issued in a timely manner • Jackson & Marshall Invests will be borrowing the money from private lenders and acquire grants to fund this project• The property manager will develop a public outreach and marketing strategy to advertise the property • Preliminary inspections are passed the first timeConstraints• Resources for this project may not be available as needed and alternative solutions may be required• The dwelling is in a historic neighborhood and all renovations must be completed within the constraints of the laws • All work is to be completed with a little disruption to the neighborhood as possible.
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Executive Summary, Evaluation, and Plan12AuthorizationsThe Project Scope Statement is approved by the:Project Sponsor:D’Onte MarshallProject Manager:Lydia PageProject performance baseline changes will be approved by the:Project SponsorD’Onte MarshallProject ManagerLydia PageProject deliverables will be approved and accepted by the:Project SponsorD’Onte MarshallKey StakeholdersJackson & Marshall Investment Board of DirectorsProject Scope Statement Approval
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Executive Summary, Evaluation, and Plan13Cost Estimate Total Estimated CostsCategoryEstimated Cost Exterior$ 13,310.00 Interior$ 24,675.00 Mechanical$ 20,500.00 Misc. Costs$ 6,000 Total$ 64,485.00 Exterior
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Executive Summary, Evaluation, and Plan14ItemPrice QtyEstimatedCostExplanationRoofing (per sf)$ 3.00 1,000$ 3,000.00 Roofing replacement includes wood sheathing, 3-tab shingles, pipe jacks and roof ventsGutters (per lf)$ 6.00 75$ 450.00Exterior Paint (sq. ft)$ 1.00 3360$ 3,360.00Windows (each)$ 250.0012$ 3,000.00Landscaping$3,500.00 1$ 3,500.00Landscaping makeover medium lotInteriorItemPrice QtyEstimated Cost ExplanationPaint (sq. ft)$ 1.00 2500$ 2,500.00
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