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Nature’s Peace Community Playground and Picnic Area Project Teresa Dionne
MGMT 404 Project Management
DeVry University Online

February 26, 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Executive Summary ……………………………………………………………….…... Page 3 Scope Statement …………………………………………………………………….… Page 4 Work Breakdown Structure ………………………………………………………….... Page 5 Network Diagram ………………………………………………………………….….. Page 6 Risk Management Plan …………………………………………………………….…. Page 10 Resource Management Plan …………………………………………………………... Page 14 Communication Management Plan …………………………………………………… Page 15 References …………………………………………………………………………..… Page 16

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Nature’s Peace Community has contracted us to provide project management for a playground and picnic area for the local neighborhood. The goal is to design and build a playground and picnic area for the neighborhood using HOA fees that the neighborhood have agreed to spend no more than a total of $100,000.00 for the community to enjoy. The lot is one half acre of cleared land that is flat and in the center of the neighborhood. The Homeowner’s Association would like to have 4-6 picnic tables and a large playground on rubber mulch with a separate area for swing sets meant for young children and adults.

SCOPE STATEMENT
Project Objective
To develop a playground and picnic area on the 1/2 acre lot in the community within 12 months, costing no more than $100,000.00 Deliverables
1. Playground
a. Climbing steps/wall
b. Slides
c. Swing sets
2. Picnic Area
a. Picnic Tables
b. Trash Cans
c. Outdoor Barbecue Grill
Milestones
1. Project Design Started - March 1, 2013
2. Project Design Completed - March 31, 2013
3. Project Approved by HOA - April 15, 2013
4. Permits approved - May 15, 2013
5. Equipment purchased - May 31, 2013
6. Equipment installed - August 31, 2013
7. Final Review by HOA - September 31, 2013
Technical Requirements
All equipment must be secured in place and checked for safety. The equipment needs to be clean and durable to withstand multiple children playing on it at one time. The picnic equipment needs to be durable and the barbecue grill needs to be a safe distance from the playground area. Limits and Exclusions

1. The playground and picnic equipment will be property of the HOA and they will agree to set up. 2. HOA will be responsible for upkeep and maintenance.
3. The contractor is responsible for subcontracted work.
4. Work site hours limited to Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Customer Reviews
HOA Board Members will be conducting reviews on our process, timeliness, and cost considerations in the completion of their community playground and picnic area.

WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE
The following Work Breakdown Structure or WBS Gantt Chart provides a snapshot of the project and it indicates what the project objectives are and when they will be performed by both internal and external project team members. This shows that the project completion is to be completed before the date that Nature’s Peace Community’s Playground and Picnic Area. WBS| Task Name| Duration| Start| Finish|

1| Nature's Peace Playground & Picnic Area| 141 days| Fri 3/1/13| Fri 9/13/13| 1.1| Start Project| | | |
1.2| Meeting with HOA Board| 3 hrs| Fri 3/1/13| Fri 3/1/13| 1.3| Design Playground| 2 wks| Mon 3/4/13| Fri 3/15/13| 1.4| Design Picnic Area| 2 wks| Mon 3/4/13| Fri 3/15/13| 1.5| Review Landscape Overview| 1 wk| Mon 3/4/13| Fri 3/8/13| 1.6| Design Completed| | | |

1.7| Review Design with HOA| 1 wk| Mon 4/1/13| Fri 4/5/13| 1.8| Land Inspections| 2 wks| Mon 4/8/13| Fri 4/19/13| 1.9| Contact Utility Companies| 1 wk| Mon 4/8/13| Fri 4/12/13| 1.10| Pricing Playground| 1 mon| Mon 4/15/13| Fri 5/10/13| 1.11| Pricing Picnic Area| 1 mon| Mon 4/15/13| Fri 5/10/13| 1.12| Order...
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