Building a house project charter Essays

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Executive Summary

This document defines the Project Charter for a project to build the house for Mr. Anthony Carter and family in the area with main intersection Sheppard Ave and Warden Ave, Scarborough, Ontario.
This Project Charter describes the purpose, scope, objectives, estimated cost/ effort/ duration, risk and constraints, assumptions, approach and organization.
The project will commence on July 1, 2013 and will complete no later than July 1, 2014.
The purpose is to complete on time all the stages: acquiring the land, getting all necessary permits and approvals, constructing the house, landscaping, exterior and internal decorating.
The scope is that within the budget of CAD $900,000 the property to include: foundation with
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Time Constraint: completion:
Exterior must have protective completed
Roof must be done
Interior designing is completely done before turnover the key
Cost Constraint: only CAD $900,000 maximum budget
Resource Constraint: availability is based on the working schedule:
Monday – Friday: 8.30am - 5pm
Saturday: (if necessary) 10am – 4pm
Weather Constraints: exterior constructing depends on weather condition (snowy or rainy days)

Project Dependencies

Date Due
Deliverable Dependency
Permit of building approval
Late for starting to excavate
Exterior design
Interior design, landscaping, plan utilities, and foundation
Foundation poured, block construction and foundation set
Timber frame and landscaping
Wiring system
Operation of electric services

Project Approach

Prime contract’s responsibilities are as followed:
Keep track all project documents and schedule
Take a duty for all subcontract oversight, deliverables and management.
Agrees for the fixed-price contact and schedules.
Perform his/her responsibility of completing tasks with contractor’s own employees, verifying all sub-contractor and own employees.
Hold meeting in order to solve problems as well