Construction Project Paper
University of Phoenix
May 15, 2001
Construction Project Paper
The statement of work defines the construction project for the Phoenix family's new garage with second level living quarters. Fales Construction is the general contractor for the project. The excavation and foundation work will be sub-contracted to Mural Excavation and Landscaping. The carpentry work will be sub-contracted to Fox Construction. The plumbing work will be sub-contracted to Soldiers Plumbing. The electrical work will be sub-contracted to Amps-R-Us. Fales Construction is responsible to the Phoenix family for timely performance of all sub-contractors, ensuring all costs stay with in the budgeted $75,000 limit, and meeting the 90-day time limit required. Mural Excavation and Landscaping will be responsible for surveying and staking out the construction site. They will complete the excavation and foundation work. They are responsible for the final clean up and landscaping tasks. Fox Construction is responsible for the construction of the garage and second level living quarters. Their tasks will consume 65% of the resources. There will be critical milestones that must be reached in order to allow plumbing and electrical sub-contractors to accomplish their work and required inspections before completion of the overall project. Soldiers Plumbing is responsible for all plumbing requirements for the living quarters. This includes a full functioning bathroom in the living quarters. They must pass two inspections required by the city. The first inspection will consist of inspecting the rough-in plumbing. The second inspection will be after the plumbing is installed, but before the shower, basin, and toilet are installed. Amps-R-Us is responsible for all electrical wiring and fixtures in both the garage and living quarters. There are two required inspections. The first inspection is to ensure the main service panel to the house is installed correctly. The second inspection is to ensure the electrical wiring and circuit breaker loading meets electrical codes. The critical path of work is as follows:
Fales Construction will complete task one, permits and plan approvals, within five business days of April 27, 2003. 2.
After all appropriate approvals have been received, Mural Excavation will complete task two, site survey and stakeout. 3.
Mural Excavation will complete task three, excavation of the site, by May 8, 2003. 4.
Mural Excavation will ensure the site is prepared for termite control. 5.
Amps-R-Us will ensure electrical mains are installed and prepared prior to foundation work. 6.
Soldiers Plumbing will ensure all sewer/drainage work is completed and inspected prior to foundation work. 7.
Mural Excavation foundation work is to start on May 15, 2003 and will finish on May 20,2003. 8.
Fox Construction will start framing on May 21, 2003 with completion of the project by September 1, 2003. 9.
Amps-R-Us will be ready to start interior electrical wiring on May 26, 2003 and will finish by July 4, 2003. 10.
Soldiers Plumbing will be ready to start interior plumbing work on June 2, 2003 and will finish by June 27, 2003. 11.
Mural Excavation will complete final clean up and landscaping work by September 5, 2003. The master carpenter will work closely with Fales Construction Company, the general contractor, and the other contractors to develop an architectural design that meets the Phoenix family and city's approval as well as overseeing the workers for each task. After the city approves the architectural design, the selection and ordering of supplies will begin while the foundation is being laid. After the foundation has dried, the carpenters will put up the exterior walls and work with the roofing contractor to put the joists, rafters and roof in place. The next step is the installation of the exterior doors and windows. Once this stage has been reached, the interior work can begin which...
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