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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

MODULE CODE: IMM002

MODULE TITLE: PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Assignment 1: Project Definition Report

Project Title: Designing a Biogas Cogeneration Plant for the Nembe Community

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Stamford College, Malaysia - University of East London, United Kingdom Group Project – Msc Technology Management

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0CONTEXT OF THE PROJECT1
1.1BENEFITS OF THE PROJECT TO THE NEMBE COMMUNITY GROUP1
1.1.1Environmental Benefits:1
1.1.2Economic Benefits:1
1.2MARKET SITUATION2
1.3TECHNICAL DETAILS OF THE PROJECT3
1.3.1Components of the proposed Biogas Plant5
1.3.2Building Materials7
2.0PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE PROJECT8
2.1PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT8
2.2PROJECT SCOPE STATEMENT8
2.2.1Project Objectives8
2.2.2Project Deliverables9
2.2.3Project Milestones9
2.2.4Technical Requirements9
2.2.5Limitations and Exclusions10
3.0PROJECT ORGANIZATION11
3.1RESPONSIBILITY CHART/MATRIX14
4.0RISK ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION15
4.1RISK IDENTIFICATION16
4.1.1Performance Risk16
4.1.2Cost Risks16
4.1.3Scheduling Risk17
4.2RISK ASSESSMENT18
4.2.1Risk Response20
5.0PROJECT PLAN26
5.1PROJECT METHODOLOGY26
5.2COST ESTIMATES (BUDGET)27
5.3WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE (WBS)28
5.3.1WBS (level 0 and level 1) With Microsoft project29
5.3.2WBS (level 0, level 1, and level 2) With Microsoft project29
5.3.3WBS and OBS integration30
5.4RESOURCES ALLOCATION31
5.5ACTIVITY NETWORK DIAGRAM32
5.5.2Network Diagram34
6.0MANAGEMENT SYSTEM35
6.1RISK MANAGEMENT35
6.2QUALITY MANAGEMENT38
6.2.1Quality Assurance39
6.2.2Quality Control40
6.2.3Quality Control Measurements41
6.3ISSUE MANAGEMENT42
6.4CHANGE CONTROL MANAGEMENT44
6.5PROJECT MEETING47
6.6PROJECT EVALUATION REPORT49
6.7PROJECT STATUS REPORT53
REFERENCES55
APPENDIX 1: MATRIX OF CONTRIBUTION56
APPENDIX 2: RESOURCE FORMS59
APPENDIX 3: GANTT CHART66
APPENDIX 4: RESOURCE GRAPH69
APPENDIX 5: COST SHEET71
APPENDIX 6: CASH FLOW73
APPENDIX 7: DETAILED NETWORK DIAGRAM76

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1: Process steps of biogas technologies (Persson, 2007)4
Figure 1.2: Agricultural co-digestion biogas plant using manure and maize silage (Persson, 2007)5
Figure 1.3: Biogas Cogeneration Plant Components6
Figure 3.1: Project management structure11
Figure 3.2: Responsibility Chart14
Figure 5.1: The Project Work Breakdown Structure28
Figure 5.2: WBS (level 0 and level 1)29
Figure 5.3: WBS (level 0, level 1, and level 2)29
Figure 5.4: WBS and OBS integration30
Figure 5.5: Resource sheet31
Figure 5.6: Leveled Resource Allocation31
Figure 5.7: Precedence table with Microsoft Project 201033
Figure 5.8: Project Network Diagram34
Figure 6.1: Risk Management Form36
Figure 6.2: Issue Management Form43
Figure 6.3: Change Control Form46
Figure 6.4: Meeting Agenda Form47
Figure 6.5: Project Evaluation Form52
Figure 6.6: Project Status Form54
Figure A2.1: Resource Form for Project Manager60
Figure A2.2: Resource Form for Project Estimator61
Figure A2.3: Resource Form for Project Analyst62
Figure A2.4: Resource Form for Civil Engineer63
Figure A2.5: Resource Form for Electrical Engineer64
Figure A2.6: Resource Form for Petrochemical Engineer65

1.0CONTEXT OF THE PROJECT
Nembe residents currently use heating oil to heat their dwellings. With recent increases in prices for fossil fuels, residents can no longer afford to use fossil fuel. Since a saw-mill operates nearby and cannot use the sawmill waste it produces, the waste can be used to produce both heat and electricity. Because the local utility company pays $90 per MWh for electricity fed into the public power grid, the planned facility will be able to both...
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