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Redevelopment Project: Feasibility Study and Technical Report


Project requirements

Lendlease are looking to you for answers as to how to achieve from the project the most appropriate:

• Sustainable approach to design that will provide long term benefit to the local and wider area of East London.

• An integrated infrastructure strategy and improved access and transport links fo the local people and businesses.

• A strong commercial strategy & evidence that the development with be financially viable and meet its legal requirements.

• Demonstrate that they meet the needs of local and regional stakeholders and environmental planning obligations

• A clear procurement strategy and safe construction programme

• A high quality development that showcases innovation and also provides value for money for the client and stakeholders alike.

Section I – Design Issues (Student 1)

1. Devise a programme in the form of a Gantt chart following the RIBA plan of works for the consultation and design of the project only showing clearly all-time constraints prior to  construction.

2. Analyse and provide financial data supporting and justifying cost implications at design stage only for the project.

3. Specify & discuss how Building Information Modelling (BIM) can be applied to this project. Section II – Environmental & Stakeholder Management (Student 2)

1. An overview of the environmental issues affecting the construction & operation of the project.

2. A detailed report supporting the process in which public concerns will be addressed.

3. Evaluate how Low Carbon Planning helps to integrate energy efficiency and renewable energy sources cost effectively into the new development. (e.g. identify the measures usednto minimising construction waste, embodied energy and carbon emissions, in low carbon energy design and planning) Section III – Construction Planning (Student 3)

1. The choice of construction methods and logistics for the redevelopment to reduce carbon emission and reduce pollution.

2. Discuss Health and Safety obligations and provide detailed method statements supported with pictorials for the construction of the major elements of the works, these must be project specific.

3. An outline programme (Gantt chart user friendly) for the works for the key elements (manually or software based) identifying critical activities & resource smoothing opportunities.

Section IV – Economic & legal Issues (Student 4)

1. Present an economic evaluation of the financing of the Infrastructure and the likely costs.

2. Discuss the geotechnical issues that need to be addressed within this scheme which will affect the design and cost.

3. Advise the client on the following:-

a. The different methods for “Dispute Resolution” if disputes arise?

b. The role of a professional in the built environment (e.g. engineer, architect, project manager etc.) as an expert witness?

Section V - Procurement Methods & Supply Chain Matters (Student 5)

1. Select & justify the most appropriate procurement method for this project in terms of the contractual obligations. Explore the implementation of the innovative collaborative procurement approach to de-risk the construction.

2. Analyse the structure of the UK economic in terms of procurement methods & supply chain matters and demonstrate a critical awareness of the economic role played by the civil engineering construction industry.

3. Describe how Quality Assurance System ensures the best practice in managing the construction of the development. Propose practical measures that can be utilised by contractors to ensure that the client achieves a project that is ‘fit for purpose’ and best value for money’.

4.2 Submission Details for Part B - Technical Report

The Group Technical Report combe bound must be submitted by the group leader containing all the individual sections as one complete document to the Hub by Tuesday 14th April 2020. The hardcopy report should clearly identify the writer of each of the separate sections of the report and be a seamless piece of work. Individual students must submit their individual parts to the Turnitin Link on Moodle EG7034 by Monday 20th April 2020 by 4pm with your reflective diary.

Submission Requirements

1. All the work must be the students’ own.

2. Submissions must be properly structured; this involves pre-planning your work.

3. The report must have an introduction, a contents page, rationale and conclusion as well as the main subject matter, together with a bibliography and/or any references used.

4. The brief must also be included with the submission work.

5. Work is to be word-processed and this should be in a clear legible typeface.

6. All diagrams and images appropriately titled within the body of the text.

7. Referencing to be Harvard Notation (if in doubt, check ‘Cite them Right’ on UEL Website).

8. All written work to be submitted through ‘Turnitin’ Grademark and final report included with submission. You must have a low similarity index here and therefore must re-write sections that compromise this.

9. Sketches may be in pencil with inked notes scan to jpeg format, or produced by computer.

10. Calculations must be logically laid out so that they can be easily checked.

11. All pages should be clearly numbered.

12. As it is essential that students develop their own drawing skills, photocopies of information from books or print out from web pages will not be acceptable.

13. All work submitted must have a front sheet downloaded from ACE homepages on Module Moodle, with all the appropriate information included

14. Work, which is submitted after the deadline but within 24 hours of the due date and time, will have 5% deduction in the marks, submission which is beyond 24 hours will receive zero marks, unless extenuating circumstances are approved.

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