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POST PROJECT REVIEW

KEADUE WWTP UPGRADE WORKS

KMCF ENGINEERING DUBLIN ROAD ATHLONE

2014

Table of Contents
1.0 PROJECT SUMMARY ................................................................................................................... 1 2.0 PROJECT TEAM AND STAFFING ................................................................................................... 1 3.0 PROJECT DELIVERABLES (PLANNED VS. ACTUAL) ..................................................................... 2 4.0 PROJECT COSTS .......................................................................................................................... 3 5.0 PROJECT SCHEDULE ................................................................................................................... 4

1.0 PROJECT SUMMARY


KMCF Engineering recently completed the Keadue waste water treatment plant upgrades work Project. This marks the end of a difficult but successful project for KMCF Engineering. The objective of this project was to upgrade the current WWTP situated in Keadue County Roscommon. The purpose of this upgrade works was to coincide with the population increase in Keadue and to also comply with current EPA standards. The scope of the Keadue WWTP Upgrade Works project is to develop a tender selection system for the planned development of the existing WWTP. This system is then to be used as the basis for the development of a generic system which may then be tailored and used in all future works of a similar nature.

2.0 PROJECT TEAM AND STAFFING


The Keadue WWTP upgrade works Project consisted of a skilled and knowledgeable team. The chart below provides information about KMCF Engineering Project team members:

Name A. Mark OReilly B. Ken Geelan C. Cathal Fitzpatrick D. Mouhanad Cherbatji E. Farah Liyana Azman

Title Project manager Design Engineer Design Engineer Implementation Manager Research & Development Manager

Contact A.m.oreilly@kmcf.ie B.k.geelan@kmcf.ie C.c.fitzpatrick@kmcf.ie D.m.cherbatji@kmcf.ie E.f.l.azman@kmcf.ie

KMCF Engineering project team members utilized standard project management methodologies to successfully complete the project. Effective communication, detailed planning, stakeholder involvement, project management tools, and organizational structure all played key roles in the projects success. Staffing lessons from previous projects were used in building the project team. Rather than allocate too many resources, as some past projects have done, the KMCF team was staffed with one resource per development area. The project sponsor made clear to the project manager that if any additional resources were required, they must be requested through standard channels and the impact on project cost and schedule would need to be defined.

3.0 PROJECT DELIVERABLES (PLANNED VS. ACTUAL)


The Keadue WWTP upgrades works Project has been completed successfully. There were planned deliverables for each phase of this project as well as for the completed product. This section highlights the planned deliverables and compares them to actual deliverables as they occurred.

Keadue WWTP (Feasibility Study) Planned Deliverable Carry out a feasibility study on WWTP systems based on cost, P.E and discharge performances etc. Actual Deliverable Summary Carry out a feasibility study on This deliverable was WWTP systems based on cost, completed as planned P.E and discharge performances etc.

Keadue WWTP (Schedule of works) Planned Deliverable Develop a detailed works and construction schedule of the chosen tender option Actual Deliverable Develop a detailed works and construction schedule of the chosen tender option Summary This deliverable was completed as planned

Keadue WWTP (Construction Schedule) Planned Deliverable Develop a detailed works and construction schedule of the chosen tender option Actual Deliverable Develop a detailed works and construction schedule of the chosen tender option Summary This deliverable was completed as planned

Keadue WWTP (A performance management system) Planned Deliverable Develop a system that must be capable of monitoring the ongoing performance of the project in relation to cost and schedule. Actual Deliverable Summary Develop a system that must This deliverable was be capable of monitoring the completed as planned ongoing performance of the project in relation to cost and schedule.

Keadue WWTP (All associated project management documentation & Project Completion) Planned Deliverable All associated project management documentations must be adhered to and completed throughout the course of this project The end product must be sufficient of managing all wastewater requirements for the Keadue are and meet all relevant environmental legislation. Actual Deliverable All associated project management documentations must be adhered to and completed throughout the course of this project The end product must be sufficient of managing all wastewater requirements for the Keadue are and meet all relevant environmental legislation. Summary This deliverable was completed as planned

This deliverable was completed as planned

In summary all documented project deliverables have been met by the KMCF project team. All stakeholders have submitted their feedback and acknowledge that there are no deliverables which were missed or omitted for this project.

4.0 PROJECT COSTS


The actual cost for the KMCF Keadue upgrade works Project was outlined below. This cost was broken out by project phase in the following chart.

Project Phase WWTP design Construction Cost Maintenance

Actual Cost 15,000 353,685.04 4,000

Comments Design costs came in under budget Construction costs were on budget Maintenance costs were on budget

5.0 PROJECT SCHEDULE


The KMCF Keadue upgrade works project schedule called for a one year project with initiation beginning on March 1st, 2014 and project closeout ending on June 17th, 2011. The below chart shows each phase of the project lifecycle, the planned schedule dates, and the actual completion dates of each phase.

Project Phase Tendering Procurement Preliminaries Construction Testing Completion

Scheduled Start 1/3/14 30/4/14 6/5/14 6/5/14 25/5/14 5/6/14

Schedule Completion 22/4/14 9/5/14 6/5/14 7/6/14 26/5/14 17/6/14

Comments Completed on time Completed on time Completed on time Completed on time Completed on time Progressing on time

The Keadue upgrade works Project successfully completed each phase on time which can be attributed to effective planning and communication as well as sponsor and executive level support of this important initiative. Throughout the project there was a strong sense of cooperation across the organization as the importance of this project was stressed and its benefits were realized.

Sponsor Acceptance
Approved by the Project Sponsor:

__________________________________________ <Project Sponsor> <Project Sponsor Title>

Date: ___________________