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UBC Project Management Daylighting Guichon Creek Project Charter Essay

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Guichon Creek Project Charter Project Charter “Daylighting” Guichon Creek through BCIT Date: 24, march 2020 British Columbia Institute of Technology 3700 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2, Canada Burnaby, V5G 3H2 1 Contents 1. Project Customer (Kathy kinloch, (CEO) of the bcit) ............................................. 4 2. Project Sponsor (real person, name, title and name of organization) ...................... 4 3. Rationale for project and its importance to the Sponsor .......................................... 4 4. Project overview description.................................................................................... 4 5. High-level deliverables description ......................................................................... 5 6. Project scope boundaries, limitations and constraints ............................................. 5 7. Key stakeholders – top 3 .......................................................................................... 5 8. Project Cost (Budget) total $ (one high-level number only).................................... 6 9. Project Timeline (Schedule) duration (months or years) ......................................... 6 10. Project Risks – top 3 key risks ............................................................................. 6 11. Resources required – top 3 key resources ............................................................ 6 12. Identification of the Project Manager person name , organization, experience, past success and name of the project. .............................................................................. 7 13. Signatures section ................................................................................................. 7 Guichon Creek................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. The Creek in 2014 ........................................................................................................... 8 Statement of Work ........................................................................................................ 11 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) graphic ..................................................................... 13 Project Costs ..................................................................................................................... 17 2 Gannt Chart ....................................................................................................................... 20 Risks.................................................................................................................................. 21 Risk Response ....................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. Quality Management Plan..................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. Project Risk Control...........................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. Project Risk Communications Plan ...................................Error! Bookmark not defined. References ..........................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. 3 1. Project Customer (Kathy Kinloch, CEO of the BCIT) The project customer is the people residing within the Burnaby, British Columbia. Additionally, the project customer will also include the students and faculty members from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. The locals and the organization will benefit from the project since the Guichon Creek will be restored, and it can run through BCIT. 2. Project Sponsor (Kathy Kinloch, CEO of BCIT) The project sponsor is the BCIT campus in Burnaby. BCIT students have been involved in no small extent in the restoration program. The BCIT campus is located at 3700 Willing don Avenue. 3. Rationale for project and its importance to the Sponsor The sponsor has chosen the project since Guichon Creek has been covered over the years, and it has been inaccessible. The project is vital to the sponsor as it will ensure the creek is restored and is more accessible to various stakeholders such as the students at BCIT and the locals within the Burnaby areas as they will be in a position to enjoy the sceneries to be provided by the restored creek. 4. Project overview description The project will seek to renovate the Guichon Creek, which runs from the Wes burn Park and crosses the Willingdon Avenue and also enters the lands owned by BCIT. The section of the creek at BCIT has been covered for an extended period. BCIT has established a 50th Anniversary plan, which seeks to ensure that the section of the creek that runs through BCIT is restored and visible The current project will be designed such 4 that it does not affect buildings or the traffic flow within the campus. The restoration process is allowed to move the parking spaces and can also re-direct particular roadways, and the final phase needs to connect with the current creek on the Canada Way. 5. High-level deliverables description I. To restore the lost section of the Guichon Creek in order to boost the overall aesthetic value of the Burnaby area. II. To ensure students and other stakeholders at BCIT can enjoy the restored creek within the campus. III. To reconnect the restored section of the Guichon Creek to the Canada Way. IV. To improve the health of the stream system. V. VI. VII. To effectively and permanently restore the macroinvertebrate and fish habitat. To significantly improve the quality of water in the creek. To develop a higher level of commitment to take care of the creek among the locals. 6. Project scope boundaries, limitations and constraints The project will concentrate on restoring the section of the creek that runs through BCIT. The project might be limited in terms of the level of restoration activities that can be conducted while the campus is operational. The project constraints include the budget, the topography of the creek, and the availability of affordable human resources. 7. Key stakeholders – top 3 The director of operations BCIT CEO 5 The visitors to the Guichon creek. The locals within the Burnaby area 8. Project Cost (Budget) total $ (one high-level number only) Project Budget $1,201,005 Personnel $1,291,581 Research $50,000 9. Project Timeline (Schedule) duration (months or years) The project is to be completed in 9 MONTHS. 10. Project Risks – top 3 key risks Further destruction of the existing creek. The depletion of financial resources before completion of the project. The destruction of existing infrastructure such as buildings and other waterways. 11. Resources required – top 3 key resources Financial resources in terms of adequate funding Human resources, including qualified personnel to design the new creek. Availability of time to complete the project. 6 12. Identification of the Project Manager person name, organization, experience, past success and name of the project. The project manager will be David Pereira from the campus redevelopment section of the BCIT. David Pereira has several years’ experience in research and complex projects under his name. He has played significant role in modernization of BCIT classrooms. The decision is informed by the fact that the section has been involved in the development of the creek as well as the restoration process. 13. Signatures section Approved by Project Sponsor Name: Kathy Kinloch Signature: kk Date: March 24, 2020 7 The Creek in 2014 8 Guichon creek. 9 General information about the project. Project Title: Brief Project Description: “Daylight Guichon creek through BCIT” This is an environmental legacy project to have an accessible creek run through BCIT Prepared By: Project Description. Guichon Creek was a thriving open waterway that was home to many species of fish such as trout and salmon. When the development of the northern Kingsway started, Guichon creek remained an unchanged water stream in the around Burnaby Lake. With urbanization increasing, the creek was buried in culverts or channelized into new buildings to reduce erosion and flooding. It was later buried under the BCIT campus. These projects aims to daylight the creek and ensure protection of the species by habitat restoration. This project aligns with the Long Term Campus Development plan with serves as a template for prospective development and renewal to improve education and research. Currently, the creek remains unrecognizable and unable to offer its full potential. This project will aim to daylight the creek by ensuring that it safely accommodates the increase in flows due to climate change. Some of the benefits of this project will be improving the quality of water by exposing the creek to more natural light and air, increasing the passage of aquatic life and other species through the creek, recreating a riparian zone close to the creek to develop natural fauna and flora. 10 Statement of Assumptions. Utilities are assumed to be up to two meters deep. The banks of the creek would be covered in Saddling. Coniferous tress will be planted every 20 meters. Swales will have a standard cross sectional area and would run along 600m on one side of the creek. Utilities installed and removed are assumed to have a diameter of about 300mm. The foot print of the creek is aligned with the culverts arch. Statement of Work I. To restore the lost section of the Guichon Creek in order to boost the overall aesthetic value of the Burnaby area. II. To ensure students and other stakeholders at BCIT can enjoy the restored creek within the campus. III. To reconnect the restored section of the Guichon Creek to the Canada Way. IV. To improve the health of the stream system. V. VI. VII. To effectively and permanently restore the macro invertebrate and fish habitat. To significantly improve the quality of water in the creek. To develop a higher level of commitment to take care of the creek among the locals 11 Project Scope. This project will propose alignment strategies that will aim at improving day lighting for the creek. These alignments will have different strategies and costs depending on the materials required for their specific objectives. This project is limited to some regulations and cost constraints that may reduce the validity of the alignments that will be proposed. For instance, utility configuration and fish habitat regulations are the main considerations for the project. Project Milestones Milestones Deliverables Creating an evaluation criteria A well-structured strategy for analyzing the creek and possible day lighting criteria. Designing alignment strategies Conceptual framework for the strategies, costs, constraints, constructability, adherence to regulations and accessibility Reviewing the results for each strategy A well-structured results section that analyses all the proposed strategies Conclusion One strategy is recommended for the day lighting project 12 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) graphic Task Description Start Date Completio Duration n date (Days) Task 1 Project initiation 3-Apr-20 3-Apr-20 1 Task 2 Meeting 4-Apr-20 4-Apr-20 1 Task 3 Creation of project Charter 4-Apr-20 7-Apr-20 3 Task 4 Requirement Analysis 7-Apr-20 10-Apr-20 3 Task 5 Create Technical review document 10-Apr-20 16-Apr-20 6 Task 6 Perform a content analysis 16-Apr-20 26-Apr-20 10 Task 7 Generate report from Access 26-Apr-20 1-May-20 5 Task 8 Review report and compare to 1-May-20 3-May-20 3 2 proposed wireframes Task 9 Fill in gaps if needed 3-May-20 4-May-20 Task 10 Create project Schedule 4-May-20 24-May-20 20 Task 11 Project Resource allocation 24-May-20 28-May-20 5 Task 12 Project cost estimation 28-May-20 6-Jun-20 10 Task 13 Stakeholder analysis 6-Jun-20 10 16-Jun-20 13 Task 14 Create change control management 16-Jun-20 20-Jun-20 5 plan Task 15 Technical review 20-Jun-20 26-Jun-20 7 Task 16 Requirements review 26-Jun-20 2-Jul-20 7 Task 20 Free-form demo 2-Jul-20 9-Jul-20 7 Task 20 Get approval on recommendation 9-Jul-20 16-Jul-20 7 Task 19 Design 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 10 Task 20 Technical design 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 20 Task 21 ■ Content modeling 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 8 Task 22 ■ Workflow modeling 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 8 Task 23 ■ Extension design 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 8 Task 24 ■ Publishing design 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 8 Task 25 ■ Design migration 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 8 Create format for MS Access 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 2 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 20 approach Task 26 export Task 27 Narrative migration approach 14 ■ Hosting Task 28 9-Aug-20 5-Sep-20 20 design/deployment design Task 29 Development 6-Sep-20 10-Oct-20 35 Task 30 Develop modules 6-Sep-20 10-Oct-20 35 Task 31 Integration testing 6-Sep-20 10-Oct-20 35 Task 32 Testing 11-Oct-20 24-Oct-20 14 Task 33 Testing Operability 11-Oct-20 24-Oct-20 14 Task 34 Staging and fixing issues 11-Oct-20 24-Oct-20 14 Task 35 Implement technical design 11-Oct-20 24-Oct-20 14 decisions Task 36 ■ Content model 25-Oct-20 7-Nov-20 14 Task 37 ■ Workflow model 8-Nov-20 21-Nov-20 14 Task 38 ■ Extensions 22-Nov-20 19-Dec-20 28 Task 39 Test Accessibility 20-Dec-20 31-Dec-20 11 Task 40 Hosting 20-Dec-20 31-Dec-20 11 Task 41 Completion 20-Dec-20 31-Dec-20 11 Impact statement. 15 Potential Impact Systems / Units Impacted Less traffic Transportation networks More passage of fish Fish and other species migrations Better access to the creek The creek Project Cost and Budget. Identify the initial funding, personnel and other resources committed to this project by the project sponsor. Resource Constraints Project Budget $1,171,005 Personnel $1,291,581 Research $50,000 16 C. Roles and Responsibilities Describe the roles and responsibilities of project team members followed by the names and contact information for those filling the roles. The table below gives some generic descriptions. Modify, overwrite, and add to these examples to accurately describe the roles and responsibilities for this project. Sponsor: Provides overall direction on the project. Responsibilities include: approve the project charter and plan; secure resources for the project; confirm the project’s goals and objectives; keep abreast of major project activities; make decisions on escalated issues; and assist in the resolution of roadblocks. Name Email / Phone Jane Doe Project Manager: Leads in the planning and development of the project; manages the project to scope. Responsibilities include: develop the project plan; identify project deliverables; identify risks and develop risk management plan; direct the project resources (team members); scope control and change management; oversee quality assurance of the project management process; maintain all documentation including the project plan; report and forecast project status; resolve conflicts within the project or between cross-functional teams; ensure that the project’s product meets the business objectives; and communicate project status to stakeholders. Name Email / Phone John Doe Team Member: Works toward the deliverables of the project. Responsibilities include: understand the work to be completed; complete research, data gathering, analysis, and documentation as outlined in the project plan; inform the project manager of issues, scope changes, and risk and quality concerns; proactively communicate status; and manage expectations. Name Email / Phone John Smith Customer: The person or department requesting the deliverable. Responsibilities include: partner with the sponsor or project manager to create the Project Charter; partner with the project manager to manage the project including the timeline, work plan, testing, resources, training, and documentation of procedures; work with the project team to identify the technical approach to be used and the deliverables to be furnished at the completion of the project; provide a clear definition of the business objective; sign-off on project deliverables; take ownership of the developed process and software. Name Email / Phone Smith Williams Subject Matter Expert: Provides expertise on a specific subject. Responsibilities include: maintain 17 up-to-date experience and knowledge on the subject matter; and provide advice on what is critical to the performance of a project task and what is nice-to-know. Name Email / Phone Kevin Newman 18 Project Name Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Task 4 Task 5 Task 6 Task 7 Task 8 Task 9 Task 10 Task 11 Task 12 Task 13 Task 14 Task 15 Task 16 Task 17 Task 18 Task 19 Task 20 Task 21 Task 22 Task 23 Task 24 Task 25 Task 26 Task 27 Task 28 Task 29 Task 30 Task 31 Task 32 Task 33 Task 34 Task 35 Task 36 Task 37 Task 38 Task 39 Task 40 Task 41 Total Guichon Creek June July 45000 45000 August September October November December April May 10000 15000 20000 20000 25000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 40000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000 35000 35000 35000 35000 35000 90000 10000 15000 40000 25000 560000 60000 225000 175000 1200000 19 Gannt Chart 20 Risks No R . 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Guichon Creek Project Charter

Project Charter
“Daylighting” Guichon Creek through BCIT

Date: 24, march 2020

British Columbia Institute of Technology
3700 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2, Canada
Burnaby, V5G 3H2

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Contents
1.

Project Customer (Kathy kinloch, (CEO) of the bcit) ............................................. 4

2.

Project Sponsor (real person, name, title and name of organization) ...................... 4

3.

Rationale for project and its importance to the Sponsor .......................................... 4

4.

Project overview description.................................................................................... 4

5.

High-level deliverables description ......................................................................... 5

6.

Project scope boundaries, limitations and constraints ............................................. 5

7.

Key stakeholders – top 3 .......................................................................................... 6

8.

Project Cost (Budget) total $ (one high-level number only).................................... 6

9.

Project Timeline (Schedule) duration (months or years) ......................................... 6

10.

Project Risks – top 3 key risks ............................................................................. 6

11.

Resources required – top 3 key resources ............................................................ 6

12.

Identification of the Project Manager person name , organization, experience,

past success and name of the project. .............................................................................. 7
13.

Signatures section ................................................................................................. 7

Guichon Creek................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
The Creek in 2014 ........................................................................................................... 8
Statement of Work ........................................................................................................ 11
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) graphic ..................................................................... 12
Project Costs ..................................................................................................................... 17

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Gannt Chart ....................................................................................................................... 20
Risks.................................................................................................................................. 21
Risk Response ....................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
Quality Management Plan..................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
Project Risk Control...........................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
Project Risk Communications Plan ...................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
References ..........................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.

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1.

Project Customer (Kathy Kinloch, CEO of the BCIT)

The project customer are the people residing within the city of Burnaby, British
Columbia. Additionally, the project customer will also include the students and faculty
members from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. The locals and the
organization will benefit from the project since the Guichon Creek will be restored, and it
can run through BCIT.
2.

Project Sponsor (Kathy Kinloch, CEO of BCIT)

The project sponsor is the BCIT campus in Burnaby. BCIT students have been involved
in no small extent in the restoration program. The BCIT campus is located at 3700
Willing don Avenue.
3.

Rational...

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