construction project proposal

construction project proposal

On completion of this assignment the student should be able to:
– Reading, interpreting and understanding the purpose of architectural and engineering
drawings.
– Visualise the sequence of the construction process incorporating labour and
– Materials
– Draft a set of construction sections through elements of a low rise commercial
– building.
– Sequencing the construction process.
– Principles of material handling.
– Selection and incorporation of labour into the construction process.
Description Using a systematic and appropriate approach to examine the technical drawing provided to
prepare construction feasibility study report for client. The report should contain;
• Identify building elements, their functionality and material
• Description of building element functionality and material
• Graphical information such as photos and 3D hand sketch (CAD sketch/drawing is optional)
section details of the identify building elements
• Comprehensive step by step explanation (using drawings and diagrams to illustrate) the
construction process. These included but not limited to project planning, site planning,
material handling methods, construction process until commissioning and hand-over.
• A professional format written including such qualities as structuring sections and paragraphs
to bring out a sound professional discussion, control of the conciseness and relevance of the
discussion, and to use appropriate citation and referencing techniques.

must have:
An executive summary: which should include an introduction to your client outlining
what the report contains
2. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) descriptions to explain work/sub work/tasks and
activities involve in “Construction Stage” which should cover all site preparation
building structure and MEP works.
3. Put these tasks/activities in a Gantt chart format and indicate sequence of these
tasks/activities described in Work Breakdown Structure. (Grantt Chart must be completed)
4. Provide 2 cross section detail hand sketch drawings (CAD sketch/drawing is
optional) and indicate where the section plane is on the drawing provided. These
sketches have to be your own. Image copy form internet or text book are not
permitted.
5. Each section detail sketch has to cover structure and MEP work. (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing)
6. Conclusion

Assignment 3 Instruction
Assessment 3

Construction project proposal
Assessment Type
Report
Purpose
On completion of this assignment the student should be able to:

Reading, interpreting and understanding the purpose of
architectural and engineering drawings.

Vis
ualise the sequence of the construction process
incorporating labour and

Materials

Draft a set of construction sections through el
ements of a low
rise commercial
building.

Sequencing the construction process.

Principles of material handling.

Selection and incorporation of labour into the construction
process.
Description
Using a systematic and a
ppropriate approach to examine the
technical drawing provided to prepare construction feasibility
study report for client. The report should contain;
• Identify building elements, their functionality and material
• Description of building element functio
nality and material
• Graphical information such as photos and 3D hand sketch (CAD
sketch/drawing is optional) section details of the identify building
elements
• Comprehensive step by step explanation (using drawings and
diagrams to illustrate) the const
ruction process. These included but
not limited to project planning, site planning, material handling
methods, construction process until commissioning and hand

over.
• A professional format written including such qualities as
structuring sections and pa
ragraphs to bring out a sound
professional discussion, control of the conciseness and relevance
of the discussion, and to use appropriate citation and referencing
techniques.
Weighting
40%
Due Date
Sunday 1
st
November 2015
11.59 pm
Submission Method
The report should be submitted via the ‘Assessment’ area of
Blackboard through Turnitin
Assessment Criteria
See assessment rubric
(page 9
)
Return Method
Not returned
Feedback Provided
Feedback on the assessment item will be provided to each student
typi
cally within three weeks of submission. Feedback will be sent by
email and no assessment item will be returned to the student.
Scenario:
You
are a construction manager
working for a
construction management firm
working on
Child Care Centre project
.
Up to this stage in the construction project all o
f the construction
drawings include
Architectural, Structure,
Mechanical, Hydraulic and
Electrical have been
issued.
The drawings have been uploaded onto BlackBoard
?
Course Material
?
Assignment 3
folder
As a construction manager yo
u have been
assigned to prepare construction
plan report
for
“Construction Stage

.
This construction plan report should describe what
activities
that needs
to be carried out in order to ex
ecute construction stage and
sequence
/ordering
of
those
activities.
Th
e report should include;
1.
An executive summary
: which should  include an i
ntroduction to your client outlining
what the report contains
2.
Work Breakdown Structure (
WBS) descriptions
to explain work/sub work/tasks
and
activ
ities
involve
in

Construction Stage

which
should cover
all
site preparation
building
structure
and
MEP works
.
3.
Put these
tasks
/activities
in
a
Gantt
chart
format
and indicate sequence of these
tasks
/activities
described in
Work Breakdown Structure
.
4.
Provide 2 cross section
detail
hand sketch drawings
(CAD
sketch/drawing is
optional)
and indicate where
the section plane
is
on the drawing provi
ded.
These
sketches have to be your own. Image copy form internet or text book are not
permitted.
5.
Each section
detail
sketch has to cover
structure
and
MEP
work.
6.
Conclusion
All
queries
about assignment 3 should be posted on

Assignment 3 Queries Session [Only]

on Discussion board.
Submission requirements
The report should be submitted via the ‘Assessment’ area
of Blackboard through Turnitin by
Sunday 1
st
November 2015
11.59 pm
Submission referencing:
All sources must be referenced appropriately, and all figures and
tables must be numbered, titled and integrated into the body of the report. Harvard
referencing is suggested (Author

Date system) and please be aware of the University’s rules
and regulatio
ns on plagiarism (see section 5).
This course places a high value on the development of students’ academic and professional
writing including such qualities as structuring sections and paragraphs to bring out a sound
professional discussion, control of
the conciseness and relevance of the discussion, ability to
summarise and critique the arguments of pertinent writers, and to use appropriate citation and
referencing techniques.