Roles and responsibilities: All the project team will be responsible for risk handling. Charter in turn asked for the same commitment from all the subcontractors, eliciting work from everyone of a higher caliber than they had ever performed before. New roof curb flashing was added to prevent further weather damage to the building envelope. The most challenging aspect of the project involved the attic repairs that consisted of installing draft stop walls between units. Description Success Measurement and Date. Charter completely stripped off the old vinyl siding, removed decayed materials and then installed new weatherproofing paper and new flashings.
During construction, Charter constructed an elaborate temporary tenting system to protect the existing roof while the new roof was being built above it. Treat them as rough estimations. The structural footings and walls were then constructed inside the vault. Recognizing that the budget was tight, Charter was able to do the necessary repairs around the existing windows in order to save the owner money. The project charter is a document. With the location fairly remote, this project required significant coordination among the Charter team and subcontractors.
Like in our project different dimensions are mention in scope statement for example, Number of rooms 15 Number of kitchens 3 Number of bath rooms 12 Loan 1 Terrace 1 Garage 1 Other than this information the time taken to complete these is also mention in the scope statement. Charter knew it could be done, and employed crews seven days a week to ensure that the new school was ready for students to begin classes. Charter crews repaired the damaged framing and installed a new deck waterproofing system that included new concrete topping slabs. With significant structural damage to the decks, the amount of work was significant, but Charter completed the project on time and on schedule. Decks were updated with new coatings and railings and new vinyl windows were installed.
Over the years, many of the buildings historical elements had been covered over. Over 40 years old, many of the building materials had reached the end of their useful life. The structure's original intricate cedar shingle pattern was preserved and deteriorated siding was replaced. Windward Passage Condominiums Soltner Group Architects Despite the abnormal amount of rain and severe wind storms that reached speeds of 114 mph, Charter crews completed work at Windward Passage on time and on budget. The structure included a massive architectural concrete foundation, structural steel and light gauge framing.
The succeeding step is to distinguish the implementation approach as follows. Project Scope and Limitations: Define the project scope, being careful to note boundaries and limitations. It is part of a program or larger project? Charter carefully coordinated its crews and subcontractors during the large project, at times working on six buildings at once. With minimal working space and fully occupied units and commercial spaces, the project team carefully executed a plan for material deliveries, increased number of workers and safety. New framing supports were installed as well as new stainless-steel window pans and caulking joints, eliminating the atrium and roof leaks previously plaguing the building. Martin Court Apartments Geise Architects Revitalizing a former motel that had gone through a series of past renovations and additions posed a challenge for Charter Construction, but crews worked through the difficulties to deliver an on-time and on-budget housing project for low-income families.
It needs to be made of a strong material, like bricks, to protect the family. Be specific in the background and why this project is necessary for the overall business value of the company Remove this comment section from the final document. Certification of Occupation granted 6. Challenges that Charter faced during this project included working within a tight space limiting on-site material storage and crew size , water-proofing the two-tier courtyard during historical winter weather and x-raying and coring over 100 drains through the post-tension slabs. Upgrades included new roofing, siding and architecturally enhanced railings. The layout also presented many challenges with coordination and placement of the multiple mechanical systems — hydronics, ventilation, air conditioning and special systems for the pool and spa equipment.
Without these benchmark questions you'll feel like as though you're aimlessly wandering, never quite knowing if you're heading in the right direction. The windows in the complex had recently been upgraded to aid in noise reduction. Village Condominiums Morrison Hershfield The 11 building, 49-unit, 102,000 sq. Access to front entry doors was limited until the repairs were completed and new deck coatings installed. Charter enclosed the entire 10-story structure in scaffolding to allow access and protect the complex during construction. Roles and responsibilities: All the project team will be responsible for risk handling. The fast-track job features numerous modern designs requiring extreme attention to detail.
But the more detailed it is the less chance that someone will actually read it. Having an import export business takes careful planning, reliable suppliers and great line of communication between everyone involved in the company. What is the history that has led to the need? Communication with project owners and external stakeholders will flourish, and your sponsors will buy in to your project more eagerly. The entire wall and slab was then covered with a waterproofing coating to prevent subsequent seepage. What deliverables can you promise? Despite the stringent site limitations, Charter still delivered the project on time and under budget, garnering numerous local and national industry awards for construction excellence in the process. The objective of this project is to achieve the triple constraint.
Temporarily cover the construction with a waterproof tent 4. Project Schedule: Provide a basic schedule overview that lists, among other things, the key milestones and stages of the project. A dependency is defined as an action that is probably to impact on the project during its life cycle. Despite the unexpected work, Charter finished the renovation on schedule. The building was fully surrounded by scaffolding and the units remained occupied through the majority of construction. Located on the corner of a very busy intersection near the Seattle Center, there was little room for material lay down and no room for a job trailer and storage unit.
Risk management cost elements and schedule activities will be developed. The east elevation of the building extends over Lake Washington and required working off a swing stage. The project site was tight with limited lay down and working areas. During initial excavation, Charter discovered hazardous materials on the site, which resulted in a 30-day delay in the work. In a nutshell, a charter provides a picture of where you are going, why you are going there, who will be impacted, the main risks involved, and who is going to help you. All windows and sliding glass doors were removed and re-installed in the process of the re-construction. Roofing repairs included edge flashing, diverters, low sloped pan flashings, gutters and downspouts.