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Certificate/Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment
Formulate a project that will provide a solution to an identified problem.
Manage a project within agreed timescales and specifications; documenting the
Evaluate potential project management solutions.
Produce a project report and deliver a presentation of the final project
The aim of this report is that you have
been asked to prepare a project report with a presentation of the solution of
an identified and clearly defined civil engineering problem. Your approach to
this should involve exploring different potential options that may be
available, then make a choice and show how you have come to your conclusion.
This assignment has four sections in line
with the four learning outcomes covered by all tasks provided starting with
an initial project problem identification scenario acting as a case study to
be explored for a solution in line with your chosen topic :
Sustainability in the construction industry
area: “The influence
of construction method
on project sustainability”
(a) Project Identification: Identify and explore a construction
based problem following the theme stated above and select a project aimed at
its solution. (Suitable themes could range from replacing cement in concrete to
substitution of virgin materials by recycled ones, better timing of the
sequence of operations to increase productivity and reduce general
(b) Research Methods Background reading to
see how others have tackled similar problems.
Sources could include journal articles, articles in trade publications,
newspapers, information from work or observation of construction processes. It
may even be possible to undertake primary research to test if something works.
(c) Feasibility studies Test the alternative approaches
suggested for the construction process to ensure that they work within the
context of a given construction situation.
Here comparison with similar processes given in published work would be
of great assistance.
(d) Brief and Specification Produce an outline specification of the
proposal and critically evaluate how
the project scope
impacts on resources
of time, materials, people,
clients and stake holders
LO2 Manage a project
within agreed timescales and specification, documenting the process throughout.
(This covers: Resources and resource
planning; costs and cost planning; Work plan: Gantt charts, PERT charts, CPM;
Project tracking: progress tracking (including log book) and Milestones.)
part of your project scope identify the potential resources needed, costs,
personnel and timescales involved.
and describe a range of techniques for potential solutions and stating them
clearly indicating the costs and cost planning involve.
and update as an ongoing project management plan with standard systems of time
and resource tracking include work plans possibly using Gantt Charts, Project
Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) charts or Critical Path Method (CPM)
LO3 Evaluate potential
Project Management Solutions
(This covers, PERT analysis and CPM
an evaluation of potential project management solutions using PERT or CPM this can be initially done within the log
book then summarised in the main report
the selection of your preferred project solution with reference to your
initial stated project
specification as clearly
provided earlier in
your project scope.
a comparison of the outcomes of your initial planned resources, timescales and
costs with your actual outcomes of these criteria. This will contribute your performance review.
(This covers producing a report format and
the report; presentation format and presentation techniques)
a written report of your project stating each stage of the project or process.
appropriate referencing format/forms and citation in the report. The Harvard referencing system is recommended. Information on Harvard referencing is available from
the library and on moodle for other styles of referencing see http://libguides.reading.ac.uk/citing- references/referencingstyles
a presentation of your final project outcomes, preferably using power point
slides, or using other standard industry software of your choice.
a presentation a n d p r e s e n t y o
u r f i n a l p r o j e c t o u t c o m e s
and recommendations to a select audience. Presentation should not be more than
10 minutes be summarised in a maximum of
12 Power Point Slides.
and appraise your own performance in managing your project, drawing some
conclusions and make key recommendations that would further assist you to
improve your performance in the future and clearly stating these in both your
report and in your presentation. Learning Outcome and Assessment Criteria