Summary of Subsidiary Plans

Risk Management Plan
The Risk Management Plan describes the methodology of the risk management process that will be implemented for the duration of the project. There are tools and techniques stating how to properly identify risks, and to determine the probability and impact of incident occurrences. The risks are assessed both qualitatively and quantitatively. The Risk Owners consist of Dr. Lipsett, Roger Marchand, AICT and the University of Alberta facilities. Dr. Lipsett and Roger Marchand are responsible for risks generated by the project, while AICT and University of Alberta Facilities are responsible for risks posed by the environment wherein the project takes place. Any risk-related documentation additions or adjustments will be made following the specified process. Any changes made to the Execution Phase of the project may impose new risks, which will require a complete iteration of the risk assessments in the specified area. Any changes to the Risk Management Plan must be approved by Dr. Lipsett directly.

Risk Register
All risks that have been currently identified within the project have been compiled into the Risk Register. The register specifies the types of risks, their probability of occurring and the impact that an incident would have on the project. Each risk has been assigned a Risk Owner who will be responsible for all aspects of that risk, as well as a response plan for all possible incidents. As new risks are identified during the life cycle of the project, the Risk Register is to be updated as per documentation guidelines.

Gantt Chart
The Laboratory Development Project was initiated on January 31st, 2011, and the initiation phase was completed on February 21st, 2011. The Planning Phase was initiated on February 22nd, 2011. A draft of the Project Planning Report was submitted to Dr. Lipsett for review on March 22nd, 2011 to acquire feedback about the contents of the report, and to obtain any further recommendations that were not already stated by the project team. The Planning Phase was closed on April 11th, 2011. The duration Execution Phase will be from May 1st, 2011 to May 30th, 2011. At that point, and Dr. Lipsett will assess the completion and determine if any further actions need to take place to satisfy the project requirements.

Layout Plan
A proposed layout of Mec E 1-38 has been created. Laboratory dimensions, existing architecture, and electrical supplies have been included. Suggested locations of furniture and equipment have been specified. The layout plan is subject to change as per stakeholder requests during the Execution Phase.

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