Greendale Stadium Case

1270 words 6 pages
BONTÉ Geoffrey
KERTESZ Samuel
BONTÉ Geoffrey
KERTESZ Samuel
Professors : Elisabeth KJELLSTRÖM
Nikos MACHERIDIS
Professors : Elisabeth KJELLSTRÖM
Nikos MACHERIDIS
ASSIGNMENT 1: Essay on a case
Greendale Stadium Case
ASSIGNMENT 1: Essay on a case
Greendale Stadium Case
FEKH13 - Project Management
A Business Perspective
FEKH13 - Project Management
A Business Perspective
November 19 2012
November 19 2012

Questions
4th Edition of the book.

1. Will the project be able to be completed by the May 20 deadline? How long will it take?
Yes, the project will be finished by March 27th 2009. That means 54 calendar days ahead of schedule. It takes 695 days to be completed. 2. What is the critical path for the project?
There are two critical
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The objective of the project is a Baseball Stadium that we assumed has to last for at least 50 years. Thus project priorities are especially performance but also time as the stadium has to be finished before season start of 2009. Cost has to be taken into account, but doesn’t not represent the main focus within this project. Because of that, this project represent a risk for G&E as cost flexibility is really limited.

| Time | Performance | Cost | Constraint | | | | Enhance | | | | Accept | | | |
Figure 1: Project Priority Matrix

Time: The schedule of the project has to be respected otherwise a penalty clause of $100,000 per day will be applied, which represents 5% of the estimated profits of the project. But it can be reduce. This is why it is a enhance priority.
Performance: Performance of the project is fixed, they can’t be compromised and has to be respected.
Cost: Going over budget is acceptable though not desirable, especially considering the small estimated profit in comparison of the size of the project.

Step 3: Creating the Work Breakdown Structure

The WBS is a map of the project, “it is an outline of the project with different levels of detail.”
We divided it into 3 main points: 1. Initial

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