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WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE

KEADUE WWTP UPGRADE WORKS

KMCF ENGINEERING DUBLIN ROAD ATHLONE

2014

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Work Breakdown Structure presented here represents all the work required to complete this project.

OUTLINE VIEW
1. Feasibility Study 1.1 Initiation 1.1.1 Consider possible WWTPS 1.1.2 Conduct Desk Top Study 1.1.3 Develop basic selection criteria 1.2 Planning 1.2.1 Current and future working capacities of WWTP 1.2.2 Research County Development Plan 1.2.3 Consider required effluent standards 1.2.4 Determination of installation requirements 1.2.5 Consult EPA requirements 1.3 Execution 1.3.1 Preliminary design 1.3.2 Develop WWTP option checklist 1.3.3 Identify most attractive options 1.3.4 Source detailed information on chosen options 1.3.5 Compare technical requirements 1.4 Control 1.4.1 Further investigation on required effluent standards 1.4.2 Operators and machinery required 1.4.3 Analyse information 1.4.4 Identify maintenance costs, eco footprint and impact on surroundings 1.4.5 Apply selection criteria

1.5 Closeout 1.5.1 Identify most suitable option 1.5.2 Handover Information on Chosen Option to Scheduling Team 2. Scheduling 2.1 Initiation 2.1.2 Source Information on the Construction of WWTPs 2.1.3 Develop Generic Schedule from Sourced Data 2.1.4 Incorporating Monitoring System into Generic Schedule 2.2 Planning 2.2.1 Identify any Preliminary Works Required 2.2.2 Identify any Site Clearance Works Required 2.2.3 Identify Sections of Site Requiring Demolition/Upgrading 2.2.4 Study Existing Plant 2.2.5 Identify Existing/Required Services 2.3 Execution 2.3.1 Source Construction Info. For Chosen WWTP Option 2.3.2 Design Pipe Network & Size Units for Chosen WWTP Option 2.3.3 Tailor Generic Schedule to Suit Chosen WWTP Option 2.3.4 Develop Health & Safety Plan 2.4 Control 2.4.1 Compare Schedule Contents/Timeframes to Previous Similar Projects 2.4.2 Test Monitoring Systems Use for Contingencies 2.5 Closing 2.5.1 Document Systems Performance and all Lessons Learned 2.5.2 Incorporate System into Overall Package for Official Handover

3. Monitoring and Controlling 3.1 Initiation 3.1.1 Source Information of monitoring systems 3.1.2 Examine relevant legislation 3.2 Planning 3.2.1 Consider potential sources of delay 3.2.2 Source data required allowed for delay 3.2.3 Develop Monitoring System for Generic WWTP Project 3.2.4 Develop Automated System to allow for delays 3.3 Execution 3.3.1 Identify potential causes of delay in WWTP site 3.3.2 Develop Delay Costs relating WWTP site 3.4 Control 3.4.1 Test monitoring system in WWTP 3.4.2 Verified monitoring system against similar projects 3.5 Closing 3.5.1 Incorporate Monitoring System into Overall Schedule

Feasibility Study - WBS


Level 1 1 Feasibility Study Level 2 1.1 Initiation Level 3

1.1.1 Consider possible WWTPS 1.1.2 Conduct Desk Top Study 1.1.3 Develop basic selection criteria

1.2 Planning

1.2.1 Current and future working capacities of WWTP 1.2.2 Research County Development Plan 1.2.3 Consider required effluent standards 1.2.4 Determination of installation requirements 1.2.5 Consult EPA requirements
1.3.1 Preliminary design 1.3.2 Develop WWTP option checklist 1.3.3 Identify most attractive options 1.3.4 Source detailed information on chosen options 1.3.5 Compare technical requirements

1.3 Execution

1.4 Control

1.4.1 Further investigation on required effluent standards 1.4.2 Operators and machinery required 1.4.3 Analyse information 1.4.4 Identify maintenance costs, eco footprint and impact on surroundings 1.4.5 Apply selection criteria 1.5.1 Identify most suitable option 1.5.2 Handover Information on Chosen Option to Scheduling Team

1.5 Closeout

Feasibility Study - WBS Dictionary

Level 1

WBS Code 1

Element Name Feasibility Study .

Definition

1.1

Initiation

The work to initiate the project. Gather information on WWTPs from printed material, internet and other various resources Carry out a desk top study on all information obtained on WWTPs from various sources Set up an excel sheet to analyse the chosen WWTPs with respect to P.E., overall size and cost in order to choose the most suitable system The work for the planning process for the project. Gather information about the current Keadue WWTP capacity and established a method to determine future capacities Source information from Roscommon Co. Co. for developments in the Keadue area and other relevant information necessary Search standards for information in relation to effluent requirements

1.1.1

Consider Possible WWTPs

1.1.2

Conduct Desk Top Study

1.1.3

Develop Basic Selection Criteria

1.2

Planning

1.2.1

Current and future working capacities of WWTP

1.2.2

Research County Development Plan

1.2.3

Consider Required Effluent Standards

1.2.4

Determination of Installation Requirements

Determine if any design work is required for the chosen WWTP Determine if WWTPs perform to EPA standards

1.2.5

Consult EPA Requirements

1.3

Execution

Work involved in executing the project. Carry out any preliminary design work on WWTP. Develop checklist of options to compare WWTPs Eliminate most of non-suitable WWTPs based on checklist to determine the most attractive option Gather required information on chosen WWTPs Compare and contrast various technological requirements between the chosen packages The work involved for the control process of the project.

1.3.1

Preliminary Design

1.3.2

Develop WWTP Option Checklist

1.3.3

Identify Most Attractive Options

1.3.4

Source Detailed Information on Chosen Options Compare Technical Requirements

1.4

1.4.1

Control

1.4.2

Source information in relation to Further Investigation of Required required standards and carry out any Effluent Standards checks/calculations in relation to sludge disposal etc. Operators and Machinery Required Source information in relation to construction cost and labour for the chosen systems.

1.4.3

1.4.4

Analyse Information

Analyse further information gathered previously in relation to construction and costs. Carry out various checks/calculations in relation to costs, eco footprint etc. of the chosen WWTPs Decide which WWTPs is the most suitable based on selection criteria

1.4.5

Identify Maintenance Costs, EcoFootprint, Impact on Surroundings Apply Selection Criteria

1.4.6

1.5

Closeout

The work to close-out the project.

1.5.1

Identify Most Suitable Option

The most suitable WWTP is chosen Official handover of chosen system to scheduling team to allow for the commencement of a site specific schedule

1.5.2

Handover Information on Chosen Option to Scheduling Team

Feasibility Study

Initiation

Planning

Execution

Control

Close out

Consider Possible WWTPs

Current and future working capacities of WWTP

Preliminary Design

Futher Investiagation of Required Effluent Standards

Identify Most Suitable Option

Develop Generic Schedule from Sourced Data

Research County Development Plan

Develop WWTP Option Checklist

Operators and Machinary Required

Handover Information on Choden Option to Scheduling Team

Conduct Desk Top Study

Consider Required Effluent Standards

Identify Most Attractive Options

Analyse Information

Develop Basic Selection Criteria

Determination of Installation Requirements

Source Detailed Information on Chosen Options

Identify Maintenance Costs, EcoFootprint, Impact on Surroundings

Consult EPA Requiremen ts

Compare Technical Requirements

Apply Selection Critera

Scheduling WBS Level 1 4 Construction Schedule Level 2 4.1 Initiation Level 3 4.1.1 Source Information on the Construction of WWTPs 4.1.2 Develop Generic Schedule from Sourced Data 4.1.3 Incorporating Monitoring System into Generic 4.2 Planning Schedule 4.2.1 Identify any Preliminary Works Required 4.2.2 Identify any Site Clearance Works Required 4.2.3 Identify Sections of Site Requiring Demolition/Upgrading 4.2.4 Study Existing Plant 4.2.5 Identify Existing/Required Services 4.3 Execution 4.3.1 Source Construction Info. For Chosen WWTP Option 4.3.2 Design Pipe Network & Size Units for Chosen WWTP Option 4.3.3 Tailor Generic Schedule to Suit Chosen WWTP Option 4.4 Control 4.3.4 Develop Health & Safety Plan 4.4.1 Compare Schedule Contents/Timeframes to Previous Similar Projects 4.4.2 Test Monitoring Systems Use for Contingencies 4.5.1 Document Systems Performance and all Lessons Learned 4.5.2 Incorporate System into Overall Package for Official Handover

4.5 Closeout

Scheduling - WBS Dictionary Level WBS Code 4 Element Name Definition All work to develop the schedule for the upgrade works at Keadue WWTP.

Scheduling

4.1

Initiation

The work to initiate the project.

4.1.1

Source Information on the Construction of WWTPs

Source general information on the construction of WWTPs. This information is not to be site specific.

4.1.2

4.1.3

By using the general information Develop Generic Schedule from sourced, develop a generic schedule for Sourced Data the construction of a typical WWTP plant. Incorporate the generic monitoring Incorporating Monitoring System system into the generic schedule once into Generic Schedule the system has been handed over by the relevant development team. Planning The work during the planning process for the project. Observe site and identify any works required prior to construction (Fencing, widening of access route, traffic management etc.) Identify if any site clearance works are required on site.

4.2

4.2.1

Identify any Preliminary Works Required

4.2.2

Identify any Site Clearance Works Required

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4.2.3

Identify Sections of Site Requiring Demolition/Upgrading

Study existing site plans with the aim of identifying any sections which may be kept/ upgraded in the planned development. Identify existing services and determine if current provisions are sufficient for planned development.

4.2.4

Identify Existing/Required Services

4.3

Execution

Work involved in executing the project. Once chosen WWTP details have been handed over to the scheduling team any or all available information relating to WWTP is to be sourced and filed. Conduct any design work required such as pipe sizing, plant design, pump sump design etc. Re-visit generic schedule and update constantly to suit chosen WWTP option. Develop H&S plan for planned development.

4.3.1

Source Construction Info. For Chosen WWTP Option

4.3.2

Design Pipe Network & Size Units for Chosen WWTP system

4.3.3

Tailor Generic Schedule to Suit Chosen WWTP Option

4.3.4

Develop Health & Safety Plan

4.4

Control

The work involved for the control process of the project. Examine allocated timeframes and contents and verify them against similar projects schedules.

4.4.1

Compare Schedule Contents/Timeframes to Previous Similar Projects

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4.4.2

Test monitoring systems ability to Test Monitoring Systems Use for provide for common issues on site, Contingencies once again verify the contingencies against similar project. Closeout Document Systems Performance and all Lessons Learned The work to close-out the project.

4.5

4.5.1

Compile all documentation relating to similar documents and conclude on overall performance. Handover final schedule to relevant development team to allow the system to be included in the overall package.

4.5.2

Incorporate System into Overall Package for Official Handover

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Scheduling

Initiation

Planning

Execution

Control

Closeout

Source Information on the Construction of WWTPs

Identify any Preliminary Works Required

Source Construction Info. For Chosen WWTP Option

Compare Schedule Contents/ Timeframes to Previous Similar Projects

Document Systems Performance and all Lessons Learned

Develop Generic Schedule from Sourced Data

Identify any Site Clearance Works Required

Design Pipe Network & Size Units for Chosen

Test Monitoring Systems Use of Contingencies

Incorporate System into Overall Package for Official Handover

Incorporating Monitoring System into Generic Schedule

Identify Sections of Site Requiring Demolition/ Upgrading

Tailor Generic Schedule to Suit Chosen WWTP Option

Identify Existing/ Required Services

Develop Health & Safety Plan

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Monitoring and Controlling WBS Level 1 4 Monitoring and Controlling Level 2 4.1 Initiation 4.2 Planning Level 3 4.1.1 Source Information on monitoring systems 4.1.2 Examine relevant legislation 4.2.1 Consider potential sources of delay 4.2.2 Source data required to allow for delay 4.2.3 Develop Monitoring System for Generic WWTP Project 4.2.4 Develop Automated System to allow for delays 4.3 Execution 4.3.1 Identify potential causes of delay in WWTP site 4.3.2 Develop Delay Costs relating WWTP site 4.4.1 Test monitoring system in WWTP 4.4.2 Verified monitoring system against similar projects 4.5.1 Incorporate Monitoring System into Overall Schedule

4.4 Control

4.5 Closeout

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Monitoring and Controlling - WBS Dictionary WBS Code 4

Level 1

Element Name Monitoring and Controlling

Definition All work to develop the Monitoring and Controlling schedule for the upgrade works at Keadue WWTP. The work to initiate the project. Gather information on Monitoring Systems from printed material, internet and other various resources Gather information on Monitoring Systems from the public works contract for civil engineering works The work for the planning process for the project. Gather information on potential sources of delay for the project Search for information in relation to allow days for delay Set up an excel sheet to analyse sources of delay with respect to delay of project Work involved executing the project.

4.1

Initiation Source Information of monitoring systems

4.1.1

4.1.2

Examine relevant legislation

4.2

Planning Consider potential sources of delay Source data required allowed for delay Develop Monitoring System for Generic WWTP Project Execution

4.2.1

4.2.2

4.2.3

4.3

4.3.1

Identify potential causes of delay Gather required information for causes in WWTP site of delay in WWTPs Develop Delay Costs relating WWTP site Carry out calculation in relation to delay costs of WWTP

4.3.2

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Develop Automated System to allow for delays 2 4.4 Control Test monitoring system in WWTP Verified monitoring system against similar projects Closeout Incorporate Monitoring System into Overall Schedule

Develop options to allow for delays in WWTP

4.4.1

Run monitoring systems for verified delays and then analyse results After running monitoring systems for verified delays, compare to similar project The work to close-out the project. Officially handover of the construction schedule to the schedule developer

4.4.2

4.5

4.5.1

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Monitoring System

Initiation

Planning

Execution

Control

Closing

Source Information of monitoring systems

Consider potential sources of delay

Identify causes of delay in WWTP site

Test monitoring system in WWTP

Identify Most Suitable Option

Examine relevant legislation

Source data required allowed for delay

Develop Delay Costs relating WWTP site

Verified monitoring system against similar projects

Incorporate Monitoring ` System into Overall Schedule

Determine Monitoring System for Generic WWTP Project

Develop automated system to allow for delays

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