Project Plan and Project Execution Plan Presentation
Instructions:NOTE:  I only need you to complete Section Four: The Sales Pitch (which is bold, italicized, underlined, and centered below).  The Sales Pitch should consist of 2-4 PowerPoint slides with speaker notes.
Resources: Project Charter created in Week 2, Final Project Management Plan developed in Week 3, and Project Implementation Plan Parts 1 and 2 completed in Week 3 and 4.Develop a 12- to 15-slide presentation for final senior management review.Include the following four main sections in your presentation:Section One – Project Scope and Benefits: Describe the scope of the projects, its objectives, and the specific measurable impact it will have on the business or organizational results. This section is an overview of the project that briefly reviews the Project Management Plan including the schedule and budget.Section Two – Project Implementation Plan: Include the final Project Implementation Plan, which must include a Human Resource Plan, Procurement Plan, Quality Assurance Plan, Communications Plan, and risk analysis that includes how you might mitigate the identified risks.Section Three – Project Closure Process: Include the recommended project closure process as defined in section 4.6, titled Close Project or Phase, in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Remember to consider how you will do recognitions and rewards and how the team will identify its learning for future projects.Section Four – The Sales Pitch: Provide a sales pitch to sell the project to the customer, project committee, or project council. It should clearly define the project focus, identify its benefits, and detail the impact it will make on the business. Remember to focus on what senior leaders would value as a stakeholder.

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Human Resource Plan
The human resource management plan includes various important aspects that ensure the
execution of a project is viable. The responsibilities and roles of the team members are wellstipulated in the project (Allen, 2002). An organizational chart defines the way communication
and authority in a project is passed from one party to the other in a hierarchical manner. In
addition, a staffing management plan comes along in order to ensure that qualified and competent
staff is hired. In the staffing plan, the acquisition of resources is outlined, a timeline is also set for
the outsourcing for the skills, training for the employees, performance reviews and rewarding of
the staff (Lindstrom, 2014).
Roles and Responsibilities: Role, Authority, Responsibility, and Competency
Project Sponsors
These will be responsible for ensuring that there is a flow of money to the project in
accordance with the provided budget. The sponsors may include major stakeholders, the board of
directors among other stakeholders. The project sponsors should have prior knowledge in
financial matters so as to follow up on good usage on their investments as well as determining of
the project is the right course (Wirfs-Brock & McKean, 2002).
Project overseer/ Manager
The project manager is the lead officer in the project and his or her work will be to ensure
that the management is well-coordinated and he will ensure that all managers are evaluated and
major project decision and approvals. All the resources of the project are managed by the project
manager. He also reports to the project sponsors on the progress of the project (Armstrong &
Armstrong, 2011). The manager requires some skills such as scheduling, budgeting, good
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leadership and effective communication skills and strategies to ensure the success of the project
(Armstrong & Armstrong, 2011).
Departmental Managers
The managers will be responsible for each and every activity that happens in their
departments. The managers should acquire unique skills in relation to their department; however,
they should have coordination skills, staffing skills, good evaluation skills and leadership
qualities in order to ensure that each and every department coordinates effectively with each
other for a common goal of the overall project (Lindstrom, 2014).
Staffing Management Plan
Hiring staff
In order for the project to be successful, the management has to ensure that they hire the
skillful personnel in reference to the task at hand. In this plan, the human resource manager has
to test the skills of the new employees to ascertain their credibility. The assignment of the hired
resources will be assigned in accordance with approval by departmental managers. Appropriate
skills will be assigned to relevant assignment to ensure quality (Armstrong & Armstrong, 2011).
Employee training
The employees will be re-trained for a period of three months after hiring to re-affirm
their confidence and testing in their respective positions. On the other hand, whenever
performance has slacked, training programs will be put in place to ensure the skills of employees
are sharpened. A schedule has to be set to ensure underperforming employees are retrained
instead of hiring new ones as it would be more expensive (Wirfs-Brock & McKean, 2002).
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Performance Review
In order to ensure that performance is determined, every project team member has to be
reviewed in order to plan for proper retraining or retrenchment if need be. It is through the
performance review that the project manager will be able to determine the set of skills at hand
and even determine which employee to promote, re-train, hire or even fire (Lindstrom, 2014).
The System of Recognition and Reward
Well, performing project team members have to be appreciated in order to enhance
performance. Various rewarding techniques can be employed such as; salary increment, gifts,
vacation offers, promotions, free tickets for family members, scholarship offers and even verbal
recognition in meetings. The rewarding system is very important to ensure that project team
members are motivated hence optimizing performance (Johnson, 2004).
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Project Organizational chart
Project Sponsors
Project Manager
Human Resource
Project Engineer
Assistance HR
Production Manager
Technical support
Returns coordinator
Quality Control
Process coordinator
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Quality Management Plan
Quality management plan involves ensures proper quality in all levels of deliverable work
processes. To ensure that there is customer satisfaction of the products which built to meet the
desired deliverable. The plan calls for proper documentation of the work in progress and provides
a forum for taking proper corrective actions and measures in the organization. The plan tends to
define the objectives achieved through quality work, required standards, roles and responsibilities
of organization individuals, quality tools and plans for reporting quality control and assurance
problems (Kliem & Ludin, 1992). The sole purpose of planning involves quality management of
expectations which involves project manager, project and the desires of the customers. The
article will evaluate and examine how various organization implement their quality control
policies and examine how the project management team plans to meet the quality requirement for
set projects (Lindstrom, 2014).
Examination on how the organization’s quality policies will be implemented
Each organization is very unique in terms of management practices and processes to
ensure quality is achieved to the products and services created to meet customer needs and
desires. These ensure achieving of desired quality to solve the problems and find a solution to
different situations the organization may face to eliminate the chances of declining the
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international standards (Besterfield, 2003). Various strategies are employed at different levels of
decision-making for any problem that may be identified and properly communicated along the
quality assurance format. The top management tends learns and decide on appropriate measures
to be used. Assessing of organization current culture and customer satisfaction is a very effective
strategy to be employed. Top decision-making organs later communicate the set values to the
junior members after developing a comprehensive master plan (In Nelson, 2015). Daily processes
of standardization are taken into account and provide measures for revising the strategies to meet
full customer satisfaction (Dominick & Lunney, 2012).
Various organizations tend to use different strategies ensure proper utilization of
utilization of quality management at different levels. The approaches vary from one business to
another so as to foster and promote improvements (Lindstrom, 2014). Quality management
systems that are used include the guru approach, the organization model approach, award criteria
methods and to a certain extent the Japanese approach. The strategies used to depend on the
methods of leadership and experience in the long run period of meeting customer needs. The
model ought to be designed for the success of the business and integrations of ideas. Through,
the desired methods organization will tend to prioritize customer demand and align their services
and products to meet the growing demand in a global setting and changing market trends (Lewis,
Examination on how the project management team plans to meet the quality requirements
set for the project
Proper techniques and methodologies are very essentials for project management in
various levels project management plan. Apparently, the scope project management for the
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quality purposes involves the definition of the project by the project sponsor. The scope ensures
the project is well understood by key stakeholders, project team and the clients (Besterfield,
2003). The process involves making sure the resources are spent in common agreement. At this
level, the originality of business remains valid and yield the required customer satisfaction.
Proper planning is essential at all approaches as well as defining the activity which in turn lead to
the completion of the project. Other scope involved at this level includes; efficient management
of work plan, measures to manage the project, the scope, proper and adequate documentation and
quality metrics (Kliem & Ludin, 1992).
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Procurement plan
Procurement planning involves the process of deciding what to buy and the sources
determined by a particular organization. Proper procurement planning is essential as it helps the
organization to decide what to buy and the sources to be used in entire planning. Therefore,
proper management of the exercise ensures the realization of realistic requirements in
correspondence to procuring measures (In Nelson, 2015). Procurement planning allows the
involvement of all relevant stakeholders and technical experts are given the opportunity to give
relevant inputs on necessary requirements to achieved in the process of procuring items under all
given circumstances. Planners can be able to estimate the contract requirements within the
expected time limit. The process allows consolidation of similar requirements for economies of
scale (Allen, 2002).
Adequate procurement plan allows proper accountability and transparency in an
organization. The process allows proper monitoring and allows the adjusting of the process
according to and the changing market trends in the field of procurement. The article will tend to
examine how a project team will acquire goods and services from the outside organization and
examination of the process as managed from developing procurement documents through
contract closure (Dominick & Lunney, 2012).
Examination of how project team acquires goods and services from the outside
Many companies and growing organization will tend to carry out procurement process
from the organization to achieve more and working goals. Through the process, many companies
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will tend to achieve data support mechanism. Organization will tend to reduce the recurrent and
fixed cost as the outside contractors need not pay any form of benefit in specialized set up
(Gallagher, 2000). The companies will tend to increase the accountability and transparency in the
entire process of procurement. The processes allow accessibility of specific skills and
technology. Through outsourcing, the companies will increase the flexibility in its operations and
allows the organization to focus on the core business of ensuring sufficient services and
effectively products. The process allows the organization to eliminate the effect of underperformance (Wirfs-Brock & McKean, 2002).
The project entails negotiating contracts from the potential suppliers and product vendors.
The process requires one to be able to determine the management plans and ensure soliciting of
potential sources. The project spells out what to be procured, the time of procuring thus reducing
wasting of organizational resources in long and short run periods. Apparently, outsourcing
requires cost elimination and the type of contract to be agreed upon by organization (Kliem &
Ludin, 1992). Therefore, through the process organization is able to utilize time and materials in
a prudent manner by companies. The risks of outsourcing reduce the risks the company may tend
to suffer if engages in the productive activity. However, outsourcing requires one to determine
the criteria of evaluation and determination of coordinated activities. Therefore, the project ought
to spearhead details of suppliers and bidders to increase the profitability of the organization and
increase the competitive advantage in existing market situation (Besterfield, 2003).
Managing procurement through closure of contract
These involve the management of procuring process through contract closure process in
relation to other processes. The project team usually plan for any form of contract closure and
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full guidelines of acquiring of goods and services in any form of organization (Allen, 2002). For
proper management of procuring processes and the system closure entails two main tools and
techniques to manage the system. Managing of contract closure may be informed of procurement
audit and the record management system of organization and contract documentation for the
purposes of effective administrative role and management system of contracts (Lindstrom, 2014).
The companies that strive to be very competitive in global market should incorporate
sound procurement process and ensure minimal waste of resource to increase profitability
(Lindstrom, 2014).
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Project Communications Plan
This is a document which has the direct correct approach and plan to be used while
communicating during the project based on the stakeholders needs and requirements and all of
the organizational assets. It facilitates effective and effective communication between all the
stakeholders of the project and anyone who has an interest of any sort in the project.
It is very important to plan communications in a project as it contributes greatly to the
success of any project. If the communication within a project is not proper it will lead to many
problems such as misinterpretation of information, miscommunication, people getting some
urgent information late and this will delay the project, etc. Planning communication early in a
project is vital because it allows the distribution of resources such as time and budget to be
distributed appropriately and adequately to communication activities which is one of the core
activities in a project.
Some factors come into play when planning communication in a project, because not all
information is intended for every single person in the project. There are sometimes some
sensitive information which only some people in the organization have been authorized to access
it. Some of the factors include:
 The person that needs the information and has authorization to access it.
 The time the information will be needed
 The storage location of that information
 The format which that should take
 The retrieval of the information
 The barriers to communication that need to be taken into consideration
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Since a project is something dynamic, the project communication plan can be updated from
time to time so as to match with the current informational and communicational needs in the
There are certain inputs which are used when coming up with the project communications
plan and they are; the project plan which is the plan which is used to show how the project will
be executed, managed, monitored and closed, the stakeholder register, the enterprise environment
factors which is basically the environment in which the project is set up and finally the
organizational process assets.
There are also various tools and techniques which are used to come with this plan and they
Communication Requirements Analysis
This is an analysis which is done so as to identify the information needs of the project
stakeholders. Project funds should only be disbursed to communicating information which
contributes to the success of the project or information which the project cannot do without. Also
another thing to note is that the number of communication channels in a project can determine its
complexity. So it is always a good practice to limit the number of communication channels in a
Communication Technology
The communication technology that can be used in a project can be brief conversations to
long meetings or from short written documents to large documentations. There are a couple of
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factors which greatly influence the type of technology to be used and they are; urgency of the
need for information, the availability of technology, must be easy to use and user-friendly, the
environment of the project and the sensitivity and confidentiality of the information.
There are also some communication methods which are used when communicating with the
stakeholders and they are; interactive communication where there is a transmitter and a recipient
of the messages, push communication and pull communication.
The project communication plan contains all the information about communication in the
project and how communication matters will be handled in the project.
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Risk Analysis
This is the process of assessing risks and their probability of occurrence and the impact
they would have to the project if they occurred. There are two types of risk analysis which can be
done when it comes to analyzing risks in a project. They are:
Qualitative Risk Analysis
Performing risk analysis reduces uncertainty in a project and helps us to focus on highpriority risks. This analysis is involved with assessing the risk probability and likelihood of
occurrence and how long the organization can take to bounce back from its impact or how
tolerant the project is to the risk at hand. So there should be an effective assessment when
analyzing risks so as not to underestimate or overestimate the impact of risks when they occur.
There is also levels of probability and impact of risks and time criticality can greatly
influence this. Also the information about risk data can greatly influence how risks are assessed
and calculated. Doing a risk analysis is fast and saves on time and money and should be done
throughout the project to make sure that the project runs smoothly and very efficiently.
There are several inputs are used whenever a qualitative risk analysis is being done. They
are; the risk management plan which has all the information concerning risks in the project,
examination of the scope baseline, the risk register, the enterprise environmental factors and the
organizational process assets.
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There are certain tools and techniques used in the risk analysis process and they include
the risk probability and impact assessment. Risk probability assessment is used to assess the
likelihood of a risk and risk impact assessment is used to assess the impact it would have on the
project if it occurred. There is also another tool which can be used and it’s the probability and
impact matrix risks. They are used to prioritize qualitative risks and give them a quantitative
analysis sort of. The risks are prioritized using a probability and impact matrix from low to
moderate and high priority risks. Every risk is rated based on its likelihood of occurrence and the
impact it will have if it occurs.
Probability and Impact Matrix
Threats (Impact)
Opportunities (Impact)
Moderate High
Moderate Low
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Each risk is rated on its likelihood of occurrence and the impact it will have on a project’s
objective. The ratings are from low to moderate and finally to high.
The other tools used are risk data quality assessment, risk categorization, risk urgency
assessment and expert judgement.
Quantitative Risk Analysis
This is process of assessing the impacts of risks numerically or statistically or by the use
of numbers. The benefit of this analysis is that it produces quantitative information which is
going to be used in decision making since the uncertainty of a risk is greatly reduced.
The inputs to be used in this process include; risk management plan, cost management
plan, schedule management plan, risk register, enterprise environmental factors and
organizational process assets.
Some of the techniques and tools are: data gathering and representation techniques such
as interviewing, probability distributions; quantitative risk analysis and modeling techniques,
expected monetary value analysis, modeling and simulation and finally expert judgment.
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Preliminary Project Charter Worksheet
Preliminary Project Charter Worksheet
Instructions: Complete this project charter worksheet according to the instructions in section 4.1
of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge.
1. Project title: Complete Demolition of Union Tribune Building
2. High-level project scope (less than 50 words)
The project deliverables include removal of all interior fixtures, and furniture prior to complete
demolition of building. The building is six story’s high and has a multitude of interior
items such as desks, chairs, counters, and an exercise facility made from a total of 200
3. Problem to be solved or opportunity to be realized by this project (less than 25 words)
Problems will include how to remove existing fixtures from the building that won’t fit down
service elevator. Also, how long will it be till we have access to each of the floors/rooms
as there are employees still working in some of the rooms.
4. Project purpose or justification including specific measurable business impacts or results
(less than 50 words)
The purpose of this project is to get each floor down to nothing except columns and clear and
level cement floors, as the owner wants to sell the building as soon as possible. We can
measure how long it will take to completely clear an entire floor and have it ready to show
possible investors/buyers.
5. Measurable project objectives and related success criteria including metrics (Provide three to
four objectives with metrics)
Measured objectives include estimates of time to remove interior fixtures, time to demolish all
stationary objects, and the amount of time it will take to have an entire floor ready. Using
these objectives we can determine how much it will cost to remove and demolish,
resources required to complete the work, dumpsters required, and rental equipment
needed in order to have an entire floor ready.
6. High-level requirements (less than 100 words)
These requirement are making sure the supervisors are well trained and can handle separate
crews working in multiple areas of the building simultaneously. It is essential for the
project team to remain on schedule or close to on-time delivery for inspection by new
buyers. The current owner is losing money each day the building is unoccupied.
7. High-level risks (less than 100 words)
Risks are huge. They include shortage of man power as we will need close to 100 men
working daily until close to project completion. There is risk of rental delays, weather
forcing work stoppage, and possible employee injuries.
8. Summary of high-level milestones schedule (identify the major deliverables and subtasks)
High level milestones include time it will take to remove all interior fixtures from one room and
then from the entire floor completely. From there a high milestone includes time to
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demolition all stationary equipment. And then the biggest milestone, is to demolish the
entire floor down to columns with a leveled cement floor.
9. Summary of high-level budget including expense dollars, capital dollars, and headcount
(identify costs for major deliverables and tasks identified in the preceding milestone schedule)
The initial contract value of this job starts at $2.5 million simply for the demolition and removal
of all stationary fixtures and interior furniture. This costs doesn’t include any unforeseen
objects or the cost to level the cement floors.
Preliminary Project Plan
Dynamic Demolition Project (Team B)
Preliminary Project Plan
Our project team at Dynamic Demolitions (Team B) was awarded the project to complete
demolition of The Union-Tribune Building in San Francisco, California. The request for
proposal (RFP) helped us to ascertain the selection criteria in which our client was seeking and to
make sure our team could perform and meet those demands. Dynamic Demolitions was able to
provide a clear overview of what is required to demolish the building, by breaking down major
components into small work packages to estimate how long the project will take, assign roles and
responsibilities, and provide a total budget covering all forms of expenses. Our goal is to
complete this project on time, within budget, and resolve risks as quickly as possible.
Project Selection Criterion
Dynamic Demolitions was contacted to perform the demolition of the Union-Tribune
building in San Francisco, California. The Union-Tribune Building is a six-story building
located in downtown San Francisco in the business district. The Union-Tribune Corporation is
performing a remodel of the building for earthquake retrofitting, will create larger ergonomic
workspaces, and to upgrade all systems to current technology hardware standards. The
contractor NORCAL Construction Company, who is performing the remodel for the project,
contacted us after a recommendation from the Union-Tribune Project Manager Cole Sutherland,
from the Union-Tribune San Diego retrofit project from October 2014 in which Dynamic
Demolition completed the work. The project was completed on-time and under budget. The
Union-Tribune Corporation would also like Dynamic Demolitions to be recruited for the project
because we are a green company, and we will recycle all removed material.
Demolition goals of the Union-Tribune building are to dismantle and then remove all the
furniture and employee workstations. Dynamic Demolitions is contracted to complete the
removal and disposal of all internal wall material, flooring, electrical wiring and fixtures,
network equipment, data cabling, all sinks, toilets, cabinets and counter tops. The benefit to
taking on this project is revenue of $550,000, and performing this project will allow Dynamic
Demolitions to report a Q2 revenue budget of $1.5 million with the completion of the other two
demolition projects that are currently scheduled. With the decision to accept the Union-Tribune
building project in San Francisco will fill the three-month downtime between the First Interstate
Building project and the Croker Systems Corporation project, and there would be no need to lay
off any of the workforces between projects. The project labor force will consist of approximately
100 personnel. The work force will be broken down into six teams and each team will have an
area of responsibility within the project execution.
Project Overview
The main overview of this proposed project is to perform a complete interior gut on the
six stories Union-Tribune building located in San Francisco. The details include the removal and
disposal of existing interior walls, ceilings, floor coverings, and fixtures. Demolish and dispose
of the existing T-bar ceiling system, mechanical HVAC ductwork, diffusers, light fixtures,
soffits, abandoned electrical conduit and wiring, and accessories, etc. All light tubes and
associated ballasts (universal waste) will be adequately disposed of and hauled away. Following
our operations, space will be free and clear of debris, wall to wall to deck leaving only the
elevators and mechanical/HVAC rooms in place, excluding any work in the mechanical/HVAC
room, elevator cores on each floor, and any work outside the existing perimeter windows.
Project Schedule
Phase I.
Phase II.
Phase III.
In our preliminary project schedule, we have 14 days to complete demolition of the
Union-Tribune building. The project consists of phases: Initial planning, execution, controlling,
monitoring, and closing. We anticipate starting work on Friday, June 17, 2016, and anticipate
completion on Wednesday, July 6, 2016. The project schedule will go as follow: Project Kickoff
meeting will take about 1.5 days. The topic of discussion will be to develop the Project Scope,
Project Charter, Team Assignment, Roles and Responsibilities, WBS, Change Control, Risk
Management, Communication plan, and Project Closure. The project budget will take four days.
The budget will be broken down to cover equipment, materials, labor, and miscellaneous costs
required to complete the project. (See Preliminary Budgetary Plan). A risk management plan
will take about half a day. Scope approval and review one day. Actual project execution will
take 11 days. De-energizing of work area will be about half a day. Dismantle and removal of
office supplies will take six days. Dismantle of the on-site gym will take one day. The closing of
the project and signing off will take seven days (See attached Demolition Union Tribute Building
Gantt Chart for schedules). The resources required to execute the project will consist of 100
personnel. The personnel will be broken down to cover all six floors and 200 rooms within the
building. Each team will have a manager who will be responsible for assigning daily tasks and
The project will consist of six teams. The first team will consist of 30 personnel in which
they will be internally broken down into five personnel per floor. The area they will focus on is
removing the fixtures from all six floors. The second team will consist of 30 personnel who will
be responsible for removing all the furniture, desks, counter tops, and chairs from all the rooms
on every floor. The third team will consist of 15 personnel who will be responsible for cleaning
and removing any trash left inside the building. The forth team will consist of 15 personnel who
will be responsible for cleaning the external area of the building. The fifth team will be
responsible for loading all the furniture and fixtures into five extra-large trucks. The sixth team
will be responsible for transporting all garbage and waste away from the building to the local
land field. Three of the personnel from team six will be utilized as safety officers during the
project execution. Two of the personnel will serve as onsite first aid administrators. The project
manager will be providing daily refreshments for the site personnel daily. Prior to the start of
daily work activities each team leader will be responsible for personnel on their teams and
conduct a safety briefing before assigning specific duties and deadlines.
Project Budget
The following shows our budget plan for the Union Tribune building in San Francisco.
The budget has been broken down into equipment, materials, labor, and miscellaneous costs.
Budget Type: Equipment
60 Pliers
60 Screw Drivers
20 Cement Spreaders
60 Dump Trucks
24 Hand Trucks
180 Pair Gloves
200 Safety Glasses
200 Hard Hats
200 Safety Vests
Budget Type: Materials
300 Gallons Cement
200 Rolls of Tape
400 Boxes
5 XL Dumpsters
Budget Type: Labor
5 Interior Fixture Removers
5 Furniture Dismantlers
5 Furniture Removers
2 Safety Officials
4 Truck Drivers
79 General Laborers
Budget Type: Miscellaneous
Overtime Pay
Materials Shortage
Additional Days- Equipment
Budget $100,000
100 Employees
Budget $250,000
Budget $150,000
After analyzing the previous similar project of demolition we had performed before for
other clients, the decision was made to move in fast to ensure we work according to the time
frame given considering the remodeling team is ready to take over immediately after demolition.
The risk management team has also been given go ahead and ensure the safety precautions have
been taken. A budget for the equipment was completed to ensure the team has everything at their
disposal for the project to be a success. The team involved has also been informed; the team
consists of experienced experts who will ensure the demolition is done as required by the client.
An agreement was reached to have a thorough inspection before payment and as such
quality work is expected to be done. We have also made arrangement for the transportation of
debris and rightful disposal as our agreement with the client includes leaving the space and
empty for immediate remodeling. Our team is set to consult other teams involved in similar work
on the building a year ago to ensure our team has all the required first-hand information needed
for quality services to our client who has made it clear payment will be fully paid after
satisfactory work has been approved by the inspection officer from their company.
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  • Fill in your paper’s academic level, deadline, and the required number of pages from the drop-down menus.
  • Click “CREATE ACCOUNT & SIGN IN” to enter your registration details and get an account with us for record-keeping and then, click on “PROCEED TO CHECKOUT” at the bottom of the page.
  • From there, the payment sections will show, follow the guided payment process and your order will be available for our writing team to work on it.