MS.

LUONG’S CRAFTSMAN
STYLE HOUSE

Diana Cerecer, Samatha Pantoja, Erick Bonifaz, Alejandro Fox, Javier Ruíz
CITY UNIVERSITY OF SEATTLE Introduction to Project Management

Table of Contents
Basic Information.......................................................................................................................................... 2
Team Name: .............................................................................................................................................. 2
Team SWOT ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Contact ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
Group Contract: ........................................................................................................................................ 4
Scope Management ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Project Title............................................................................................................................................... 5
Roles and Responsibilities of each Team Member ................................................................................... 5
Problem Statement .................................................................................................................................... 6
Vision and Objectives ............................................................................................................................... 6
Scope Statement ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Assumptions and Constraints .................................................................................................................. 10
High Level Schedule of Project .............................................................................................................. 11
High Level Risks..................................................................................................................................... 12
Risk Management Plan ........................................................................................................................... 13
Impact and Probability Scale .................................................................................................................. 13
Risk Log .................................................................................................................................................. 14
Risk Cube ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Approval Signature Page ........................................................................................................................ 16
Time Management ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Work Breakdown Structure .................................................................................................................... 17
Network Diagram.................................................................................................................................... 18
Project Schedule...................................................................................................................................... 19
Cost Management ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Project Schedule with Cost Estimate and Resource Allocation .............................................................. 20
Project Budget ......................................................................................................................................... 21
Communication Management ..................................................................................................................... 23
Communication Plan............................................................................................................................... 23
Status Reports ......................................................................................................................................... 24
Method of Assuring Customer Satisfaction ................................................................................................ 27
Lessons Learned Documentation ................................................................................................................ 28
References ................................................................................................................................................... 29

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Basic Information
Team Name: Housing Experts
Team SWOT

Javier Ruiz
Strengths

Weaknesses

Responsible

Lack of knowledge

Perseverant

Punctuality

Able to manage stress

Can be easily distracted

Motivated

Hard to focus if I do not like the subject

Open-minded
Opportunities

Threats

Doing another major which gives me a
second point of view
Opportunity to easily travel to another
country for experience

Time management between internship and
second major
Blackboard communication

Samantha Pantoja
Strengths

Weaknesses

Responsible

Timing

Perseverant

Concerned

Researcher

Lack of knowledge of PM

Opportunities

Threats
Time management between classes and

Open-minded

internship

Get/provide feedback

Doubts in understanding of PM concepts

Gain PM abilities

Communication through Bb

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 Diana Cerecer Strengths Weaknesses Smart Organized Peaceful Perfectionist Optimist Procrastinator Creative Hard Worker  Opportunities Threats Turn weaknesses into strengths and Lack of time succeed in this course Prioritize my work Erick Bonifaz Strengths Weaknesses Fast learner Good attitude No weaknesses Always trying to improve Opportunities Threats To learn all what the class has to give me Apply the knowledge in real life 3 Time to work .

This includes being punctual in our meetings and delivering our work on time. If there is a debate about a specific topic. All group members have to be punctual. 2. 2. Alejandro Fox Strengths Weaknesses Organized Easily stressed Fast Learning Lack of communication Able to work under pressure Lack of knowledge about PM Discipline Opportunities Threats Great motivation to learn about PM Engineering knowledge that might be applicable to the course Work and external activities might interfere Personal Commitments Abilities with software Contact Diana Cerecer E-Mail: cerecerlizeth@gmail. we should be responsible of asking what were the final agreements of the meeting. We should be respectful with each other. Behavioral 1.com Phone: (+52) 1 664-723-9497 Group Contract: Temporal 1. We should be present in every meeting we have (via Skype or at school). we should take turns and let other people talk and express their ideas. 4 . If we are unable to attend to a meeting. 3.

If there is anything you do not like. Luong’s Craftsman Style House Roles and Responsibilities of each Team Member  Diana Cerecer . Help each other if one of our teammates needs it. Procedural 1. we should be prepared with notes. Every time we get together. Tasks should be completed at the stated time. 2.3. talk with the manager so they can get to an agreement. questions and ideas that may work for the project. 3. Scope Management Project Title: Housing Experts – Ms.Project Manager  Alejandro Fox – Project Coordinator/Editor  Samantha Pantoja – Researcher and Contributor  Javier Ruiz – Researcher and Contributor  Erick Bonifaz – Researcher and Contributor 5 .

000 USD. According to our professional experience and research. Vision and Objectives  Vision Statement: We at Housing Experts seek to satisfy each and very single one of our client’s housing needs. By beginning operations on September 8th. Ms. since the planning stage all the way through implementation to closing stage. has requested Housing Experts to plan. Housing Experts’ primary goal is to provide our clients with professional services in the entirety of the Project. WA. Our first approach is to build a proposal Project Notebook. It is our commitment that the house delivered meets the full specifications requested by the customer. Our client has requested that the selected house plan must not exceed the six months time period. always seeking to stay true to the Project Notebook developed.Problem Statement Our client. Housing Experts has the vision of providing our client’s with a solid Project Management of their construction project. Create a Project Notebook that satisfies our customer’s needs. Listen to the client’s feedback. Later on. deliverables. Listen to our customer’s needs and implement them in the Project Notebook 3. which will receive client’s feedback and adjust to her needs. Housing Experts will not consider a job done until our client is satisfied with the project results. assess and construct a high quality house in a suburb area of Seattle. Luong. staying under a proposed budget of $300. the house is expected to be done by February 2017. 4. applying modifications to the Project Plan as requested 6 . As a first stage.  Objectives Statement 1. Housing Experts will work as an intermediary between the different stakeholders involved in the construction project and our customer. By implementing our Project Management expertise in the construction area. Luong in her construction project. regarding safety. we seek to aid Ms. time and budget. In this particular project. the project is viable. Establish a close and professional relationship with our customer 2. we have as an objective to agree on a Project Notebook that meets our client’s expectations in both time and cost management. 2016.

sewer and vents. House Plan (Modified to Client’s needs) 2. Permits obtained 2. Foundations finished 3. architect. Ft. HVAC) 5. Be able to build a solid Project Notebook prior to the implementation of the Project 6. Total Sq. wires. Shingle Siding Wall 8. Truss Roof framing. n. ft. etc. Two stories building 2. shower units. Two and a half bathrooms 4.d. Main Floor Laundry 7 . Utilities and Storage spaces 4. Three Bedrooms 3. 7.5. Dimensions: 40’ x 56’ x 23’ 6. Home Construction 3.): 1. Deliver everything that was promised to our client. Walk In Cabinet Pantry (Kitchen) 10. Scope Statement  Deliverables: 1. Rough plumbing completed (Pipes. Flooring and Fixtures completed 6. Final Inspections  House Plan Requirements (House Plans. plumbers. walls and roof) 4. Rough Framing completed (floor systems.: 1763 sq.) throughout the project stages 8. Two Garage Stalls 5. R-21 Insulation 9. Be fully committed with the fulfillment of the project in every stage 7. Services Infrastructure  Milestones: 1. Guide the different stakeholders (electricists. Finishing 5.

11. Front Entry Garage 13. Office Study 12. Covered Rear and Front Porch  House Plan to be built (Subject to modifications by client): Figure 1: Craftsman Style House Front View 8 .

Figure 2: Main Floor Plan Figure 3: Upper Floor Plan 9 .

 Due to the projected completion date.) will be provided in time.Assumptions and Constraints Assumptions:  Funds have been secured prior the start of the project o  Funds have been allocated as of 8/26/2016 The property. as the property is close to Seattle. roofing. Given the time frame and float of the project. as there is slack in the project schedule. Luong will have scheduled revisions of the project. and Ms. 2016). Luong is purchasing has been approved by the King county and the state of Washington for build. Luong has been satisfied after revisions. WA. o Pre inspection and Final inspection pre/post construction is required. o  Ms. o Price of Building supplies. cost of labor will greatly depreciate due to cold weather. The Housing Experts team will have unlimited access to the property at any time of the project.  Maintenance cost for excavation and heavy equipment vehicles has been negotiated with the construction company. The materials requested for the construction will be available for immediate delivery.  o Labor cost from October through January will depreciate around 5%. the project will NOT be significantly impacted due to bad weather or logistical factors. plumbing. etc. Dunn Lumber & Hardware will rise between 2% and 5%. o The Citadel Development Company will cover cost of maintenance/repairs of equipment at 90%. by King’s county regulation. Permits for the build has been issued and the zoning code requirements have been fulfilled. the cost of building supplies will also be impacted as a result of expanding construction input prices (ENR. o All services have been schedule by 12/7/2016. o  The remaining 10% will be subjected to overall project cost. which were held 10/24/2016 and 12/28/2016. 10 . in which Ms. for final delivery.  The required services (electricity. o Build permits acquired as of 9/8/2016.

2016 Begin Building Construction Company September 8. 2016 Materials Suppliers September 8.000 USD budget. 2017 Inspection Date Assigned Action Responsible Due Date Entire team 08/14/2016 Entire team 08/14/2016 Diana Cerecer 08/14/2016 Samantha Pantoja 08/14/2016 Select House Plan the team will 08/07/2016 work with for the entirety of the project Establish the project title and 08/07/2016 responsibilities of each team member 08/07/2016 08/07/2016 Problem Statement.  Workers. 2016 Project Revision Customer February 17.Constraints:  The project needs to be completed within the six-month time period. 2016 Mechanical City Officials December 28. 2016 Framing Inspection City officials December 28.  The team must solve and approve every issue and decision throughout the project. Vision and Objectives Assumptions and Constraints 11 . 2017 Project complete Housing Experts team February 20.  The construction must pass all inspections in order to be fit to live in. 2016 Inspection #1 City officials October 24.  The project needs to be completed without exceeding the $300. and service providers should complete their responsibilities on time. 2017 House delivery Diana Cerecer February 20. High Level Schedule of Project Project Milestone Resource assignment Target Date Start Planning Housing Experts team August 14.

it could have a high impact in the construction stage by extending the duration of such stage and the following ones or in the worst case it will required the cancellation of the project. the construction and delivery of the project could be ahead of time if the permits are obtained in less time that expected and if the inspection is concluded successfully and in shorter period of time than the one assigned. or tsunami). if a natural catastrophe presents (as a storm. earthquake.08/15/2016 List of deliverables and Project Milestones Diana Cerecer/Samantha 08/18/2016 Pantoja 08/18/2016 High Level Schedule and Risks Samantha Pantoja 08/23/2016 08/23/2016 WBS. time schedule and pay to the 12 . Luong’s property is located. it would have a high impact in costs.  Depending on the permits providers and inspectors.  In the case that the customer request major or high impact changes during the late construction stage. Network Diagram Erick Bonifaz 08/26/2016 08/23/2016 Project Schedule Erick Bonifaz 08/26/2016 Alejandro Fox 09/01/2016 08/26/2016 Cost Estimate and Resource Allocation 08/26/2016 Budget Alejandro Fox 09/01/2016 08/26/2016 Communication Plan Javier Ruiz 09/01/2016 08/26/2016 Customer Satisfaction Javier Ruiz 09/01/2016 Review contents of Project Diana Notebook Cerecer/Alejandro Fox 09/02/2016 09/09/2016 09/11/2016 Give final format to Project Notebook Send Project Notebook 09/08/2016 Alejandro Fox 09/10/2016 Diana Cerecer 09/11/2016 High Level Risks  Due to the geographic zone where Ms. the project might be delayed in the construction stage due to negligence or lack of permits providers. In the other hand. and the delivery could also be delayed due to the availability of the inspector that would certify the construction as habitable. flood.

services and materials providers. economic or material resources. each one that is missing will have a high impact in the development of the project as. which could also cause the renew permits and required more planning. activities could be completed ahead of time and reduce long time costs as the rental of equipment and other resources. if more resources become available. whether they are human.  If resources become unavailable. Risk Management Plan Impact and Probability Scale Impact Scale Project Objective Cost Time Scope Quality 1 2 3 4 5 Very Low Low Moderate High Very High Insignificant cost <10% cost 10-20% cost 20-40% cost >40% cost increase increase increase increase increase Insignificant <5% time 5-10% time 10-20% time >20% time time increase increase increase increase increase Scope decrease Minor areas of Major areas of Scope reduction Project end item barely noticeable scope affected scope affected unacceptable to is effectively sponsor useless Quality Only very Quality Quality Project end item degradation demanding reduction reduction is effectively barely noticeable applications are requires sponsor unacceptable to useless affected approval sponsor Probability Criteria Rank Remote probability of occurrence 1 Low probability of occurrence 2 Moderate probability of occurrence 3 High Probability of occurrence 4 Very high probability of occurrence – likely failure 5 13 .construction team. without resources the activities will be delayed. However.

Risk Log Risk Priority WBS name Description Response Contingency Plan Delay obtaining Work ahead of time to Re-arrange schedule to minimize Permissions permits due to ensure inspector’s impact in further activities. Anteproject. Luong for other services. Luong Work Ms. Changes in Include Ms. explain their impact and interiors. changes. construction. unavailability resources ahead of time. Ms. Natural catastrophe details 5 Details appointments and scheduling them too. order and hire Work with Ms. project before or explain why some changes are details construction. Luong to adjust services. requirements Create a 3D render of the schedule them to minimize them. Acquire an insurance Review the construction’s services. details 3 4 Anteproject. 14 . Luong impact on schedule. contract that covers all damage and decide whether is interiors. permits provider appointments and # 1 scheduling them too. Resources Schedule. resources options. and select the interiors. cancel it. not feasible. 2 Anteproject. and and signatures unavailability of the availability by setting the construction of the house. cost and quality. customer revisions in the schedule. Delay in inspection Work ahead of time to Re-arrange inspection date and due to unavailability ensure inspector’s the following activities to reduce of inspector availability by setting or eliminate impact. and obtain approval of ones that will minimize the exteriors. exteriors. damages to the feasible to complete the project or exteriors.

Risk Cube 5 #5 Probability 4 #3 3 #2 2 #4 #1 1 1 2 3 4 Impact 15 5 .

Agreement Approval Form Project name: Ms. Luong’s House By signing the following document. It is the responsibility of each of the signing parties to notify the other in the event that a commitment cannot be met and to initiate the timely renegotiations of the terms of this agreement. and agree that the content is acceptable as a viable direction for managing the specified project.Approval Signature Page This section should be implemented in order to collect the signatures of all Project Stakeholders and Service Providers involved in the construction Process. all signing parties commit to ensure its implementation by those over whom they have authority. ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Project Manager Date Signature ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Project Client Date Signature ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Stakeholder Description Date Signature ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Stakeholder Description Date Signature ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Stakeholder Description Date Signature ______________________________________________________________________________ Name Stakeholder Description Date 16 Signature . it is implied that all signing parties have read the contents of the Project Notebook. Additionally.

(Bonislawski. Proper planning must be established in order to stay on track and satisfy customer requirements. the construction time period of 6 months requested by the client is doable.Time Management According to our research. as of 2015.6 months. 2015). the average time to build a house in the West Coast. Luong's Craftsman Style House Project Readiness Permissions and signatures Ante Project Services Interiors Exteriors Details Excavation and leveling Electricity Wall Installation Framing Cleaning Area reservation Plumbing Painting Roofing Inspection of final work TV Cable Cabinets Garage Permissions Internet Bathroom Fixtures Porch Legal inspections Furniture Painting Delivery Millwork Concrete Floors Windows Doors 17 . Therefore. takes around 5. Work Breakdown Structure Ms.

some screenshots are attached to showcase a general overview of the project.Network Diagram See attached MS Project File for more detailed Network diagram. Figure 4: First Portion of Network Diagram Figure 5: Second portion of Network Diagram 18 .

as well as consulted from the Internet.) 19 .d.Project Schedule Figure 6: Project Schedule with Critical Path Project stages and time estimates were consulted with professionals in the area. (Home Building Answers. 2008). n. (Bady.

Cost Management Project Schedule with Cost Estimate and Resource Allocation  Modified Project Schedule with Resource Allocation Figure 7: Modified Project Schedule 20 .

 Resources available: Figure 8: List of professional services required The project Schedule has been modified after resource allocation.000 USD (Home Advisor. considering both services and materials required. 21 . This was due to overallocation of Construction Workers. 2015). 2015). only professional services fees are considered. Average prices are consulted with the NAHB (Taylor. On resource allocation. Therefore. having a new target date of house delivery up to February 20th 2017. Research suggests that the average cost of building a house in the US is around $300. The following prices provide a more accurate cost estimate. the price of constructing a house varies greatly depending on a series of factors. Project Budget According to our expertise and professional research. we have suggested an overall project budget of $360.000 USD. which implies a 20% budget slack for any inconvenience along the project.

463.623.237.230.00 $900.40 $2.00 $6.90 Painting $9.909.367. Retaining walls and backfill Total Figure 9: Approximate Project Budget 22 .00 Clean Up $2.00 $1.212.218.605.00 Exterior Wall Finish $20.465.10 HVAC $12.70 Drywall $11.70 $3.70 $22.783.00 $446.104.259.Average 10% Total Cost Reserve Budget $3.70 Roofing $10.576.00 $1.60 Appliances $4.532.601.00 $646.961.002.90 $11.00 $1.70 Fixtures $4.00 $3.50 $287.30 $4.70 $7.00 $1.00 $1.90 Windows and Doors (external. Foundation.467.339.717.30 Flooring $13.00 $2. includes garage door) $12.703.174.00 $1.240.240.349.771.30 Insulation $6.885.90 $13.50 Landscaping $6.00 $434.640.10 $32.902.10 $13.20 $9.00 $360.60 $35.90 $4.156.517.20 Electrical $12.113.60 $6.00 $205.00 $49.006.60 Framing $44.70 $13.649.10 $3.00 $615.30 $13.60 Outdoor Structures (porches) $4.127.00 $624.50 $4.00 $1.336.833.00 $1.054.00 $4.40 Interior Doors and Mirrors $12.20 Lighting $3.399.262.302.20 $13.868.50 Activity Building permit fees Excavation.00 $1. Concrete.409.071.744.075.70 Cabinets $16.918.112.788.00 $446.464.90 Driveway $6.056.70 $14.661.00 $351.70 Plumbing $12.40 $261.864.125.069.181.60 $17.257.40 $12.911.00 $26.

Face to face changes are made or risks 2. Face to Face 3. Presentation s The team and the project manager will meet in order to tell her about the current situation of the project. . Email are present the stakeholder Risks involved in will be informed. Face to face 3. but no the project cost or schedule will be presented. Diana  Cerecer (Project  1.Communication Management Communication Plan Housing Experts’ Communication Plan Project Manager: Diana Cerecer This communication plan describes the strategy utilized to keep all the stakeholders informed in order to avoid misunderstandings or disappointments regarding any factor or change made during the project. Group chat Summon team meetings Twice a Meeting week memorandum manager) online 2. Skype 23 Main means of communication on the daily basis. Luong Progress of the the progress of the project project on Project Performance  Monthly monthly basis. Email 4. 1. If 1. Group chat  Team  online General questions Project Daily development 2. Stakeholder Information needs Frequency Medium Response Inform Mrs. Luong about   Ms.

Assumptions and Constraints Work to complete next reporting period: .Mission and Objectives .Scope Statement . Javier Ruiz. Diana Cerecer Date: August 14. we get along pretty well and we can manage to complete our tasks by helping each other if we need to 24 .High Level Risks .Approval Signature page What’s going well and why: -As a team.Roles and Responsibilities of each Team Member . Alejandro Fox.Project Title .Status Reports  Status Report 1: Status/Progress Report Project Name: Housing Experts Team Member Names: Erick Bonifaz. 2016 Reporting Period: First report Work completed this reporting period: .Problem Statement .High Level Schedule of Project based on Class Schedule with milestones and resource assignments . Samantha Pantoja.

often leading to one person working at a time on a specific factor of the project. and it may be complicated at some point. 25 . making it difficult to coordinate meetings. even time zone is a problem to get organized ourselves. hence. review the work done by each one of us. our schedules are completely different.-Even though our schedules and time zones are different we are trying our best to complete our tasks -Everyone’s open to suggestions and try to contribute towards a positive outcome -The entire team desires to learn What’s not going well and why: -Some of us are not at the same city or even at the same country. -We rely on activity distribution to complete tasks. give feedback and make corrections. Suggestions/Issues: -Try to find time during the week so we can gather everything during the weekend. for the fact that if we want to have a meeting. Project changes -Until now we have not decided if we are going to make some changes for the fact that things are working well besides the mentioned issues. -Even though some of us attend the same school. -Most of the team members go to both school and work.

Work Breakdown Structure . Javier Ruiz.Project Budget Communication Management . Alejandro Fox.High Level Schedule of Project based on Class Schedule with milestones and resource assignments .3 Levels.Team Project Schedule with Cost Estimate and Resource Allocation .Communication Plan . Samantha Pantoja.All Status Reports Method of assuring Customer satisfaction Lessons Learned Documentation (From a Project.Project Schedule Cost Management .Network Diagram . Diana Cerecer Date: August 28. Team. and at least 20 activities Work to complete next reporting period: . Status Report 2: Status/Progress Report Project Name: Housing Experts Team Member Names: Erick Bonifaz.High Level Risks .Approval Signature page Time Management . and Class perspective) 26 . 2016 Reporting Period: Second report Work completed this reporting period: . represent the 4 task relationships.

2. we are still working on it and we are doing better than in the first report. “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it”. This is the reason why ensuring customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance. What’s not going well and why: . Honesty and Integrity. Problems have to be solved quickly and swiftly. But not only own them but also to have a plan to solve the problem and communicate it to the stakeholders. Suggestions/Issues: . Response Time. Here at Housing Experts we want to ensure that the customer is completely satisfied in order to ensure that we follow four basic rules for customer service: 1.We are working out with our biggest problem: time and our different schedules. 27 .What’s going well and why: . All the members involved have to be briefed. so the interest is still there. often leading to one person working at a time on a specific factor of the project.We rely on activity distribution to complete tasks. . however. we will manage to hand in everything on time for our final project.Communication is still our problem and we work a little bit slower than desired. By doing this. Project changes None Method of Assuring Customer Satisfaction As Warren Buffet once said. . To be honest and own our mistakes in case we make one.We still help each other every time we have problems with our tasks. .Hand in everything on time to avoid a final delay.The whole team is asking if anything is needed.

this deciding to work with no clear basis of what we were doing. is a real challenge. But how do we measure their satisfaction? We plan to have them answer a survey by the end of our exchange in which they will answer questions related to the following points: 1. Response Time: How quick they felt we were in solving their doubts and finishing the project. If they ended not taking our service we want to know why. the perfect complement to enhance our learning. Set realistic expectations. The most important lesson that we learned was that the most essential part of the project is the scope and objective delimitation. By following these ideals in all of our deals and exchanges with our customers we will ensure that they are satisfied. that their time was respected? Did they feel that they had our complete attention or that we just wanted to finish quickly? 5. in Housing Experts we love our customers. Working as a team. 3. Respect. Time with the Customer: Did they feel that they were being treated with respect. we had an issue regarding time zones. finally defining the project to a better extent. so we have a philosophy of respect and appreciation towards our customers. Having the team distributed in three different time zones 28 . After realizing that this was not the correct way. the project proceeded with minor setbacks. Through this project. Lessons Learned Documentation To develop this project throughout the course was. with proper project planning. because without them there would be no company. Afterwards. we sat down and talked about it. 4. we did not defined a clear project scope and objective. In our particular case.3. We will never set goals that are not achievable. to our opinion as a team. At the beginning of the project. Service Level: How quickly and thorough we were when dealing with them 2. 4. it was possible to apply the lessons and knowledge acquired in the modules to an ongoing project. Customer Retention: Ask them if they would recommend us or if they would contact us again.

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