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STUDENTS NAME ROLL NO.

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MUHAMMAD ALI B 09 011

: PROJECT CHARTER

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2011

DR. ALI AHSAN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................... 1 Project Goal & Justification.................................................................................1 PROJECT STATEMENT..........................................................................................1 PROJECT SCOPE.................................................................................................... 2 PROJECT DELIVERABLES .......................................................................................2 ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES .....................................................................4 CONSTRUCTION EXPENSES ..................................................................................6

PROJECT NAME: CONSTRUCTION OF HOTEL AT PIR SOHAWA, ISLAMABAD.

INTRODUCTION
Project Goal & Justification
The purpose of this project is to develop a state of the art luxurious hotel in Pir Sohawa. The 100 room deluxe will be called PARADISTAN HOTEL PIR SOHAWA. It will offer a full range of meeting facilities as well as communication and business center, restaurant and recreation facilities. Pir Sohawa is a unique point where one can compare the urban and rural Pakistan simply by turning the head from one side (looking at Islamabad) to other side (looking towards rear lush green valley with villages, flowing streams and mountains beyond). Hashoo Group of hotels issued a tender notice on 1st Aug 2011, for the construction of 100 room hotel on Pir Sohawa, Hashoo Group wanted to add another hotel name in their portfolio and grasp the advantage of beautiful and eye catching scenes with peaceful surroundings that Pir Sohawa is famous for and to target families more instead of business class of Pakistan and of other countries as customers. 3 Az Builders (pvt) Limited submitted proposal to acquire the tender and bid on the respected tender notice issued by Hashoo Group. 3 Az Builders (Pvt.) Limited has a well organized project team as well as necessary equipment for the construction of the Hotel. Hashoo Group selected 3 Az Builders (Pvt.) Limiteds for the construction of the hotel and approved their proposal.

PROJECT STATEMENT
To construct a 100 room deluxe Hotel on the provided site on Pir Sohawa, at a cost of Rs 75 Million for the Hashoo Group, in two years starting 25th Aug 2011 and 25th Aug 2013.
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PROJECT SCOPE
This project is a pre-requisite to opening and operation of The Hotels Services in Pir Sohawa. The project scope is limited to Construction of The hotel facility to the required standards as envisioned by the client. The building is supposed to meet the Hotels Group quality standards expectation and design requirements. The scope will include: Getting approvals, construction work, budgeting, Project review and control and quality assurance. The project will not include: management if Hotel operations or recruitment and training of hotel staff prior to opening.

PROJECT DELIVERABLES
Deliverable 1- Evaluate the concepts and suitability of various architects, designers and contractors. Project Deliverable Evaluation of Potential Architects and contractors Work Products/ Deliverables Requirements Published Evaluation of competing designs and tenders Evaluation of Chosen candidates reports Award of contracts to chosen candidates

Deliverable 2- Obtain relevant licenses and Approvals

Project Deliverable Obtain relevant licenses and Approvals

Work Products/ Deliverables Submit architectural plan for approval and obtain provisional building permit Submit and obtain structural plan approval and final building permit Obtain approval from the National Environment Management Authority

Deliverable 3 - Actual Construction of the Facility Work Products/ Deliverables Excavation of foundation Erection of supportive beams Masonry work Roofing Windows plumbing works and sewerage Electricals wiring and connection Heating and ventilation works Landscaping and interior designs

Project Deliverable Actual construction of the Hotel

Deliverable 4- Commissioning an hand over of the Hotel Project Deliverable Commissioning and Hand over activities Work Products/ Deliverables Receive on-site inspection by the municipal authority after construction Obtain an occupancy certificate Final inspection by project committee Official Handover ceremony

PROJECT SCHEDULE

The following are the projects high-level milestones and the target dates for their completion. High-level milestones are the key how are we doing thresholds of the project
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against which project progress can be measured. Project to be completed within two
years from the date of signing of contract.

Key Milestone 1.Phase 1 - December 30, 2011 Approved Project Charter and Project Plan Develop strategy and Project Management Framework context Approve designs from contracted designers Access Environmental certification for designs Obtain building permits Award of Construction Tender Ground breaking ceremony 2. Phase 2 - Dec 1, 2012 Assess phase 1 deliverables Produce phase 2 deliverables Excavation of foundation Roofing Wood work Electrical and plumbering work Paint Landscaping 3. Phase 3 - Jan 1, 2012 Assess phase 2 deliverables Produce phase 3deliverables On-site inspection Obtain an occupancy certificate Hand Over ceremony

Target Date 25th Aug 2011 15th Sept 2011 30th Sept 2011 15th Oct 2011 30th Oct 2011 10th Nov,2011 1st Dec, 2011 Jan 1, 2012 Dec 1, 2012

Jan 1, 2013 25th Aug, 2013

PROJECT BUDGET & SPONSORSHIP


Hashoo Group will be sponsoring the whole project from and has approved a budget of Rs. 80,000,000/-.

ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES


Assumptions
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The following factors are assumed


Highlight any special considerations enhancing the site selection on the Composite Plan. Existing open space, topography, vegetation, tree cover, and views. Facilities scheduled for demolition. Prevailing winds, solar orientation, and local climate. Site access. Separation of auto, pedestrian, and service traffic. Anticipated growth and expansion.

Availability and willingness of financier- due to the massive nature of finances needed in this project to move. It is assumed that the financier is willing and able to disburse finances as they are needed in the budget

Inflation- The current rates of foreign exchange will stay stable i.e Rs 84 per dollar to facilitate import of the much needed items to bring the Hotel to world standards. The current prices of construction will stay stable

Political stability- That the political environmental till 2013 will be peaceful and stable.

Weather- weather will be suitable and conducive most of the year round, it is expected to be wet only in the wet season when the foundation laying will be done Finance The project finances will be available on the time without any hurdles.

Dependencies

Approval of Licenses- The project will be dependent on approval of various needed licenses

Constraints Note any special restrictions impacting the site on the Composite Plan. Airfield clearance criteria. Explosive quantity-distance criteria. Site plan approval by the DoD Explosive Safety Board Fire equipment access. AICUZ noise criteria or sound attenuation requirements. Building height limitations. Set back criteria from roads, airfield surfaces, curbs, sidewalks, etc.
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Environmental contamination. Public Utilities Utility capacities and excess capacities Established pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns Available water flows and pressure data Flood plain maps SUBCONTRACTORS

CONSTRUCTION EXPENSES
Hard Construction Costs Foundation, Framing, Drywall, Flooring, Roofing Plumbing, Electrical, Security System Fixtures, Furnishings and Equipment HVAC Landscaping Site Work
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48,804,000 6,720,000 4,200,000 2,268,000 1,596,000 1,512,000

Sub-total Hard Costs Land Acquisition Soft Construction Costs Architect and Engineers Fees Sub-total Soft Construction Costs Contingency Total Expenses

Rs 65,100,000 6,300,000

2,604,000 336,000 Rs 2,940,000 840,000 Rs 75,180,000

RISK ASSESMENT
Some of the risks that Blessings Builders (Pvt.) Limited face: Political Envoirment of Pakistan Unstable market conditions Laws and regulations of the Pakistan concerning construction Shortage of materials Over costing of the project Project not to be completed within the time frame

RELATED DOCUMENTS
Refer to the following Documents

Request for Proposal RQP Request for Quotation RFQ attached Quotations attached Project work break down structure and budget