Greendale Baseball Stadium - Weebly

Greendale Baseball Stadium - Weebly

Greendale Baseball Stadium D & G Project Management Project Objectives Build the new 47,000 seat Greendale baseball stadium. Start Construction on July 1, 2010 and complete by May 20, 2012. Complete construction by the start of the 2012 baseball season. Complete project on time and under budget. Project Challenges The project must be completed in time to start the 2012 baseball season. Adjacent building must be demolished to build construction site. Penalty clause of $100,000 per day past deadline. Multiple observable holidays that fall within the construction period. Retractable roof must have measurements early to ensure completion on schedule.

Project Tasks and Estimated Timing Task Clear stadium site Demolish Building Set up construction site Drive support pilling Pour lower concrete bowl Pour main concourse Install playing field Construct upper steel bowl Install seats Build luxury boxes Install jumbotron Stadium infrastructure Construct steel canopy Light installation Build roof supports Construct roof Install roof tracks Install roof Final inspections Duration 70 days 30 days

70 days 120 days 120 days 120 days 90 days 120 days 140 days 90 days 30 days 120 days 75 days 30 days 90 days 180 days 90 days 90 days 20 days Project Milestones Completion of site preparation Completion of Phase I Completion of Phase II Completion of Phase III Project Timeframe

Phase I Phase I Clearing construction site Demolition of building Building support site Driving support pilings Construction of lower concrete bowl Main concourse pour Playing field install Construction of upper steel bowl Estimated Completion: 460 days Project Timeframe Phase II Phase II Luxury box installation Seat installation Jumbotron installation Stadium infrastructure (bathrooms, locker rooms, restaurants, etc.)

Estimated Completion: 240 days Project Timeframe Phase III Phase III Construction of steel canopy Installation of lighting Installation of the Retractable roof - Retractable roof planning and construction will run parallel to the entire project. (This represents the critical path) Inspection of the Stadium Estimated Completion: 305 days Project Costs Equipment Manpower Overtime Administrative costs

Project Returns Future stadium renovation projects Financial return of close to $2 million for the company Valuable insight on stadium construction projects Project Risk Assessment Risk Event Likelihoo d Impact Detection Difficulty When Weather related delays 3 3

4 Entire project Materials delay (Shipping, etc.) 2 3 5 Entire project Roof install delay 2 4 4 Phase III Phase delays (any major delays)

2 4 3 Entire Project Installation delays (materials, manpower) 3 3 3 Phase II, and III Overall project delay 2 4

5 Entire Project Potential to go over scheduled end 2 5 4 Phase III Project Risk Assessment Matrix Risk Event Response Contingency Plan Trigger Who Is Responsible

Weather related delays Reduce Work extra hours/implement 24 hour shifts to makeup lost time Project is pushed back more than 48 hours during any phase Phase manager and project manager Materials delay (Shipping, etc.) Reduce Locate source for new materials Phase manager and project manager

Roof install delay Reduce Request additional assistance for roof install Phase delays (any major delays) Reduce Work extra hours/implement 24 hour shifts to makeup lost time Materials are causing delays in all areas of phase Roof installation is more than 48 hours behind Phase is delayed more than a week off of schedule

Installation delays (materials, manpower) Reduce Bring in extra help and locate new source for materials Phase is delayed more than a week off of schedule Phase manager and project manager Overall project delay Reduce Work extra Project timeline is over hours/implement 24 hour schedule by more than shifts to makeup lost time

three weeks Phase manager and project manager Potential to go over scheduled end Reduce Work extra hours/implement 24 hour shifts to makeup lost time Phase manager and project manager Project is nearing estimated completion date and is more than three weeks behind Phase manager and project manager Phase manager and project manager

Project Progress Greendale Baseball stadium D&G Project management firm Phase I Phase I Manager Phase II Phase II Manager Phase III Phase III Manager Conclusion Thank you for choosing D&G Project management team for the construction of Greendale Baseball Stadium

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