4 As built drawings The original construction drawings marked up to reflect all

4 as built drawings the original construction

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before construction begins and the contract is signed. 4. As built drawings - The original construction drawings marked up to reflect all of the changes made during construction. Contractors use as-built drawings to record changes that may affect the main building plan, such as relocating ductwork, plumbing, or electrical. 5. Easement - An easement gives one party the right to use or enter part of the property of another. Owners often need a way of easement to run electricity, water, or gas across another owner’s property. Easements don’t grant ownership, only the right to use another’s property for specified purposes. 6. Alteration - Also known as a remodel, an alteration to a structure is any change to its interior. For example, adding or removing non-structural walls to change the layout of a house. 7. Electrical Rough-In - A structure’s electrical system is considered “roughed in” after a licensed electrician has finished installing the wiring, electrical boxes, lighting fixture mounts, and breaker panels. At this point, the system is ready for inspection. Electrical rough ins begin after framing is completed and before drywall is installed. 8. Cabinetry – cabinet work 4. Estimate the direct costs associated with a project you are involved with or a simulated project provided by the instructor. Discuss the direct costs and estimations with colleagues, peers or an instructor using listening and questioning techniques to seek and clarify information. This activity can take place in a workplace environment or simulated setting. It will need to be observed by the trainer/assessor or third party. Direct cost The total budget for the kitchen renovation project is $30,000. Each of the main levels of the WBS has been estimated below: Plan Estimated Cost Percentage Planning and Design $2500 8% Demolition $1000 3% Construction $24300 81% Test and communication $900 3% Clean up $800 3% Turnover $500 2% 1. Planning and design - $2500 Hartley © 2008 Page 87
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(Sample) Project Plan Project Management: Principles, Processes and Practice 2. Demolition - $1000 3. Construction - $24,300 4. Test and communication - $900 5. Clean – up - $800 6. Turnover - $500 Planning and design Demolition Construction Test and communication clean up Turnover $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 Breakdown in Dollars Cost Breakdown in Percentage % Breakdown in Percentage Planning and design Demolition construction Test and communication clean up Turnover Hartley © 2008 Page 88
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(Sample) Project Plan Project Management: Principles, Processes and Practice 5. Give an example of a time when you have recognised and responded to organisational and legislative/regulatory requirements. This activity can take place in a workplace environment or simulated setting. It will need to be observed by the trainer/assessor or third party. During disasters and emergencies While identifying Occupational health and safety 6. Give two examples of appropriate communication protocols and practices to ensure shared understanding of project roles and expectations. What collaborative techniques could you use to engage stakeholders?
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