ARC 3612 PROJECT MANAGEMENT- PROJECT 1- DEFINING AND DOCUMENTING A RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

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architecture . Interior SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN

ARC 3612 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

PROJECT 1:DEFINING AND DOCUMENTING A RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

TUTOR: AR. BADRUL HISHAM

ANGELINE KON KEE HOOI0302068CHAN JASMINE0308513HELSA JOSEPHINE0305813LIM SHU YIN0307795LIM SU YING0308502LIM WEI ZE0305863NICOLE LIM XU TENG 0307814

1.0 COMPANY PROFILE1.1 Introduction1.2 Organisation Chart

2.0 PRELIMINARY STUDY2.1 Project Scope2.2 S.W.O.T. Analysis2.3 Project Viability

3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT3.1 Work Breakdown Structure3.2 Perts Chart/Gantt Chart3.3 Risk Analysis3.4 Success Criteria3.5 Maintenance Proposal

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 Architecture4.1.1 Plans4.1.2 Elevations4.1.3 Elevations (Colour Selection)4.1.4 Sections4.1.5 Site Elevations

4.2 Civil & Structural Engineering4.2.1 Ground Floor Structural Plan4.2.2 First Floor Structural Plan4.2.3 Roof Level Structural Plan4.2.4 Structural Model4.2.5 Calculation of Column Loads and Feasibility4.2.6 Reinforcement of Existing Structure4.2.7 Staircase Details

4.3 Mechanical & Electrical Engineering4.3.1 Electrical System4.3.2 Hot & Cold Water Supply System4.3.3 Sanitary System4.3.4 Rainwater Harvesting System

4.4 Interior Design4.4.1 Case Studies4.4.2 Proposals of Interior Design Styles4.4.3 Furniture Layout Plans4.4.4 Finishes Selection4.4.5 Interior Spaces Overview4.4.6 Interior Openings4.4.7 Interior Fittings

4.5 Landscape Design4.5.1 Concept4.5.2 Conceptual Visuals4.5.3 Proposed Landscaping

4.6 Quantity Surveying4.6.1 Return On Investment4.6.2 Breakdown of Renovation Cost

5.0 REFERENCES

6.0 APPENDIX6.1 Attendance Records6.2 Meeting Agenda6.3 Meeting Minutes

CONTENT

1.1 INTRODUCTION

A young and free spirit design studio established in 2012 that specializes in small residential projects. We aim to achieve the home spirit within the team in every single projects. Running wild in exploring wow inspiration from different elements in daily life.

VISIONTo be creative and distinctive

We dedicated to transform design idea into tangible reality through our professionalism and great passion with a visionary approach. We strive to create unique yet practical design exclusively just for the clients.

1.2 ORGANISATIONAL CHART

1.0 COMPANY PROFILESCOPEArchitecture. Interior DesignWe provide full range of services from preliminary feasibility studies and programming, schematic design, design development, contract documents, tendering and construction administration, and finally post-construction services.

LOGOFrom A Z

Our logo carries the meaning of ourjob scope of covering the project fromhead to toe. Besides, it is also the lastInitials of our founder which is the architect in our company.

C&S ENGINEERIR. LIM SHU YINM&E ENGINEERIR. ANGELINE KONQUANTITY SURVEYORSR. NICOLE LIMINTERIOR DESIGNERLIM SU YINGLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTHELSA JOSEPHINEARCHITECTAR. NICK LIM WEI ZEPROJECT MANAGERCHAN JASMINE

architecture . Interior

2.1 PROJECT SCOPEClient: Ms Fernn Ang

Proposal: Redesigning Compact Living

Objective: To design a comfortable living space that would provide yield enhancement (rental) or capital gain (sale)

Usage type: Residential (long term/short stay)

Market Value: RM420,000; Rental RM1000 per month, yield of 2.85%

Returns: 1. Capital gains of at least 20% per annum 2. Rental yield of at least 3.5% for long term

Budget: Up to RM100,000

Timeline: Up to 6 months

SITE PLAN

Reference: Project brief from Ms Fernn Ang

Reference: Project brief from Ms Fernn Ang2.0 PRELIMINARY STUDYLOCATION PLANPROJECT DETAILSLOCATION : SS19, Subang JayaPROPERTY TYPE : Double-Storey Link House (End Lot)LAND SIZE : 16 x 45TOTAL BUILT-UP : 82.80 m2

2.2 S.W.O.T ANALYSIS2.0 PRELIMINARY STUDYTO RENTCOMPARISONSFOR SALERM1000 - RM1500RATERM550,000 RM600,0002 MonthsESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION DURATION3 MonthsRental yield of 3.5% based on current market value with renovation costRETURNSCapital gains of 20% based on current market value with renovation costRegular basis after each rentMAINTENANCEEnds after renovation

PROPOSALS2.3 PROJECT VIABILITYHELPFULHARMFULINTERNALThe house exposes to three faces ( front, back and side) which slows more natural light to penetrate through. Location of the house is subtle.EXTERNALRich surrounding context with educational buildings(primary school) and retails. Quiet area might leads to safety issue.

swoTCOMPARISONS BETWEEN TO RENT AND FOR SALE

DECISION: FOR SALE

1. WITHIN RESIDENTIAL ZONERedesigning the house for young family is a suitable choice as it is within the residential area in SS19. There are shops within walking distance from the house which provides convenience to the buyer. Besides the nearby public primary school is an advantage towards our house.

2. HIGHER RETURNCompare to long term rental basis, getting a buyer can earn a higher percentage of profit within a shorter time. As the colleges and universities are not within the area, renting the unit for students might not be a wise choice. Furthermore, poor public transport system is also the disadvantage for students who do not own a car. Hence, finding a buyer who is looking for permanent stay is a better option.

3. LOW MAINTENANCEThere will be minimal maintenance or even no maintenance needed after the house is sold off as it will be the responsibility of the buyer who is the new owner of the unit. Whereas if the house is being rented out regular maintenance fee will be an expensive cost.

2.0 PRELIMINARY STUDYPROS & CONSTO RENTFOR SALEPROSEasier to get a tenant.Lower budget for minor renovation. Nearby public schools and retail shops.Low or no maintenance.Higher return.CONSNo surrounding college or university.Inconvenience of public transport.High maintenance.Lower return or no returnLonger time to get a buyer.Higher budget for major renovation.

2.3 PROJECT VIABILITY

Design StageArchitectCivil & StructureSchematic DesignDetail DesignRenovationPre-Design StageProject Brief & Budget ConstraintsScope & ScheduleSite Study & Local Authority VisitDesign RequirementFeasibility StudyFinal ProposalSchematic DesignConstruction Detail DesignFinal ProposalMechanical & ElectricalSchematic DesignSystem Detail DesignInterior DesignLayout DesignSelection of Materials & FixturesLandscape DesignLayout DesignSelection of Landscaping MaterialsQuantity SurveyingPreliminary CostingCost BreakdownPost Design StageFinal ProposalSubmission to Local AuthorityPreparation of Tender DocumentsTender3.1 WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

3.2 GANTT CHARTCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING

Client: Ms Fernn AngProposed House Renovation At Lot PT7632, No. 123, Jalan SS19/6A, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

StagesType of RisksLikelihoodSeverityImpactStrategyContingencyPRE-DESIGNChange of program34Time and effort wasted in preparing the previous proposalPrepare new proposal for the new programRegular meetings and discussions with the clientMisunderstanding of project brief24Inappropriate design proposal Understand the project scope and follow the schedule plannedRegular meetings and discussions with the clientReduction of budget24Team being underpaidTo convince the clientReduce the scope of projectDesign that is beyond clients expectationCancellation of project15Losing the projectTo convince the clientDesign that is beyond clients expectation. DESIGNInternal conflict34Poor performanceProject manager to resolve the conflict.Project manager to build up the teamwork.Miscommunication between client and team24Not meeting clients requirementDiscussions with client for clarification of projectUpdate the result of discussion consistentlyCosting error33Resulting in over budgetingConsidering reducing budget in materials (replaced with recycled materials)Detail drawings to be supervised.Untallied drawings23Inconsistency in project presentationTechnical meetings within the team to ensure the consistency before presentationRegular meetings and discussions with the client

POST DESIGNLate approval by local authority24Delay in projectChanges for submission requirementsTo check with the local authority before finalizing design

3.3 RISK ANALYSIS3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Exceeds customers expectation by completing the project within three constraints: deadline, budget and quality.

KEY SUCCESS INDICATORS1. Project efficiencyMeeting scheduleCompleting within budget2. Impact on the customerFulfilling customers needsMeeting functional performance 3. Direct and business successImmediate revenue and profit enhancedLarger market share generated4. Preparing for the futureCreate new opportunity Increase capability and competency

A success project is with the help of proper management and planning. Meeting the objective of the project shows the understanding in business drivers and brings satisfaction to the client. Project manager is able to keep track with the objective and improve the whole performance through these measurable regulators.

3.4 SUCCESS CRITERIAA successful project is the one being delivered on time, within budget and meet scope specifications.

1. Understanding the project scope- Redesigning compact living within a budget of RM100,0002. Starting the project with a plan ahead- Gives direction to the team with each responsibilities3. Good communication- Meeting for discussion in regular basis to update the each progress and ensure everyone is on the same path4. Widen resources, skills and knowledge- Research and development in skills for each role in order to produce qualitative outcome5. Well management & control of project- Following the management framework in an ongoing project to ensure success6. Learn from the past mistakes- Improvise and rework from the error

3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

TIMESCOPECOSTQUALITY

SATISFACTIONSCHEDULEBUDGETVOLUMEQUALITYREGULATORS

3.5 MAINTENANCE PROPOSALAs the design approach is to redesign the house into a compact living and sell it off instead of renting, a lower maintenance is required compared to rental basis as it will be the buyers responsibility to take care of the house. Therefore, much precautions should be taken before handing the house to the client.

ManagementA structured working schedule should be planned in the early stage of the preparation for the project so that each team member will be guided to work according to the flow. Besides, the working environment should be inspiring to boost the members productivity during the project.

ArchitectThe architect has to make sure that the house is practical and promising up to the clients requirement. Besides, he will have to ensure that the extension of the building is according to by-law and did not break any rules and regulations set by the local authority.

C&S EngineerAs the building is extended with a new roof structure, the engineer has to make sure that the building structure can withstand the load from the new added elements. Besides, the engineer has to enhance the existing structure due to lack of maintenance from the previous tenant.

M&E EngineerMostly all the existing system will be renewed for further usage hence the engineer has to make the renewal is done appropriately to avoid accident or leakage. Besides, proposing system that is energy saving could enhance the sale of the house.

3.0 PROJECT MANAGEMENTInterior DesignerAs the client wanted an easy maintain and minimal look new interior, the designer will have to make sure that the selected design concept is meeting the requirement which is simple yet practical. Besides, as a lot of openings are being proposed to enhance the lighting in the house, privacy of the owner of the house is one of the issues that should be taken care of.

Landscape ArchitectThe landscape designer will have to ensure that the proposed landscape is not only nice to view at, but also easy maintained. The outdoor furniture has to be durable and weather resistance so that it can last long.

Quantity SurveyorCosting is one of the major factor in the project hence it should be calculated as precise as possible according to the constraints set by the client. Furthermore, the surveyor has to make sure that each of the team member is paid accordingly and sufficiently from the project.

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 ARCHITECTURE4.1.1 PLANS

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 ARCHITECTURE4.1.2 ELEVATIONS

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 ARCHITECTURE4.1.3 ELEVATIONS (COLOR SELECTION)

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 ARCHITECTURE4.1.4 SECTIONS

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.1 ARCHITECTURE4.1.5 SITE ELEVATIONS

Existing structural planNew structural plan4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.1 GROUND FLOOR STRUCTURAL PLAN

Existing structural planNew structural plan4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.2 FIRST FLOOR STRUCTURAL PLAN

Existing structural planNew structural plan4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.3 ROOF LEVEL STRUCTURAL PLAN

Structural model (Front perspective)Structural model (Rear perspective)

New structural membersExisting structural members4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.4 STRUCTURAL MODEL

Column B1, 1Dead load:Roof = 45.55 kNFirst floor = 96.78 kNLive load:Roof = 6.37 kNFirst floor = 9.56 kN

Column C1, 1Dead load:Roof = 18.97 kNFirst floor = 62.82 kNLive load:Roof = 3.21 kNFirst floor = 6.45 kN

Column C, 1Dead load:Ground floor = 56.11 kNLive load:Ground floor = 8.33 kNUltimate Load of column C, 1Total dead load x 1.4 = 392.3 kNTotal live load x 1.6 = 54.28 kNUltimate load = 392.3 + 54.28 = 446.58 kNAssumption Fcu = 30N/mm (concrete strength)Fy = 460N/mm (yield strength of reinforcement)Ac = 120mm x 250mm =30000mm (Column section area)Asc = 30000 x 2% = 540mm

N, capacity of concrete= 0.4 x Fcu x Ac + 0.8 x 540 x 460= 0.4 x 30 x 30000 + 0.8 x 540 x 460= 558.72 kNOriginal column size of 120mm x 225mm is sufficient to sustain the new ultimate load.Transfer of load from the roof to the ground along column B1,1, column C1, 1 and column C,1.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.5 CALCULATION OF COLUMN LOADS AND FEASIBILITY

Small cracks restoration & Reinforcing weak walls

Jointing new wallsSmall cracks found within the existing structure can be restored to its original tensile strength by pressure injection of grout or epoxy into the cracks of the wall. The old structure may require reinforcement for weak walls, in which the same technique is applied through making injection holes on the wall which is to be reinforced.Construction of a new lateral structure to reinforce existing walls. Connection steels are grouted in drilled holes to create the jointing between the existing structure and the new structure.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.6 REINFORCEMENT OF EXISTING STRUCTURE

Cable turnbuckle suspension cableCable turnbuckle hingeTension cableStainless steel U plate welded to tread and wallSteel pin bolted to tread and wallBolt and washer securing the U plateOpen riser treadThreaded washer and bolt support at cable endSuspension boltBolt securing and attachedChrome washerBoltCable endCable anchor that attaches toto tension cable

steel plate bolted to underside of beamCable suspended open riser staircaseNormal staircase supported by masonry wall belowThe design of the staircase includes that of a standard concrete stairs with timber finishing and also steps that are cable suspended and mounted to the wall.

The structure is constructed above the masonry walls of the storeroom space beneath the staircase. The cable suspended staircase is securely anchored to the First floor beams as well as the wall.U-plates grip and supports the tread as they are welded & bolted to the wall. Tension cables support the other side of the treads which also forms the balustrade for the whole staircase.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.2 CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL 4.2.7 STAIRCASE DETAILS

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Note: COP 28, Cables installed behind walls (MS 1979:2007)Where cables are installed buried behind walls, they shall be installed horizontally or vertically. i.e. parallel to the edges of the room. Subject to the dimensions of the columns and beams, they shall be within 150 mm from the top of the walls and 150 mm from the edge of the wall4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMElectrical Schematic Layout

Water Heater

Features:- Sleek and Stylish In-Mould Casing Technology- Stepless Electronic Power Control- IP25 Splash Proof Protection- 1 Touch Shower On / Off Safety Switch Technology - Reinforced 3 Layer Flexi-Hose

Volume: 1000 litersDimensions: 240 X 360 X 70 mmInlet/ Outlet Connection: 15mm (1/2 BSP) Single Point SystemMin. Water Pressure:10 kPaMax. Water Pressure: 380 kPaMin. Water Flow: 2 litres per minuteMax. Water Flow: 8 litres per minute

Hot and Cold Water Supply System Schematic Layout

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.2 HOT & COLD WATER SUPPLYTotal Water Heater: 3Total Cost : RM 770 x 3 units = RM2310

Sanitary System Schematic Layout4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.3 SANITARY SYSTEM

80 Gallon Rainwater Harvesting TankThe Minister of Housing and Local Government on 7 May 1998 has expressed the Governments interest for houses to be designed for collecting rainwater. In 1999, the Ministry of Housing and Local Government has produced a Guideline on Installing a Rainwater Collection and Utilization System.

Rainwater is collected from roof of the and filtered before entering below ground rainwater harvesting tank.

The water can then either be pumped either directly to WCs and vehicle jet washes, or to a high level break tank within the house which will then service the non-potable appliances as per normal.Potential Rainwater From Roof

Roof Yield= Roof Area x Average Annual Rainfall= (32.3+26.7) X 2400mm= 141,600 litres per year

Features:- Made from 100% pre-consumer wasteUV-resistant LLDPE polyethylene45% more water than a 55 gallon container- No bisphenol A in our plastic!- Unlimited number of units can be connected in seriesAssembly RequiredBuilt-in store/divert diverter valve- Garden hose shut off valve includedChild safe designThe bottom of the diverter box is designed to accept 4 inch landscape pipe.

Capacity: 80 Galloons (302.8 litres)Dimensions: 711.2 X 711.2 X 1320.8 mmInlet/ Outlet Connection: 101.6mm diameter (4)

Cost for tank: RM 764.6100Cost for drain pipe: RM 69.81

80-gallon Molded Plastic Rain Water Harvesting Tank

Schematic SectionRainwater Harvesting System Schematic Design4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.4 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM

Rainwater Harvesting System Layout

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.3 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL4.3.4 RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM

Location:Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaTerrace 23

GROUND FLOOR PLANFIRST FLOOR PLANCase Study 1Linear and narrow layout.

Double-story unit.

Family living of design layout.

Contemporary interior design with simple, raw finishes to outline a clean visual layout, giving an illusion of enlargement in space.HIGHLIGHTS:Green building feature Roof Garden4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.1 CASE STUDIES

GROUND FLOOR PLANFIRST FLOOR PLANCase Study 2

Location:Jalan Kaloi, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.L 45 Community Library & Student Housing

Narrow rooms/ limited spaces.

Double-story unit.

Student dormitory interior design layout.

Industrial interior design furniture and fixtures.

Easy cleaning and maintenance.

HIGHLIGHTS:4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.1 CASE STUDIES

Living AreaDining AreaKitchenBathroomStaircase

MOOD BOARD 1 Ground Floor:Bedroom 1Bedroom 2BathroomMaster BedroomMaster Bathroom

MOOD BOARD 2 First Floor:Design Style - Industrial

CLEAN LINESFORM FOLLOW FUNCTIONLOWER SITTING FURNITUREEMPHASIZE NEGATIVE SPACESHELP SMALL SPACES APPEAR LARGERNEUTRAL COLOURS20 YEARS IN THE FUTURE RETRO| CONTEMPORARY| ADVANTAGES| MINIMALISTNATURAL LIGHTS TO HIGHLIGHT SPACES & SHAPESBARE MINIMUM OF FURNITUREHIDEEN STORAGE (CABINETS BLEND INTO WALL)SIMPLE & TIDYVISUALLY ENLARGE SMALL SPACESEASY MAINTENANCE 4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.2 PROPOSALS OF INTERIOR DESIGN STYLE

First Floor Plan4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.3 FURNITURE LAYOUT PLANSGround Floor Plan

Wall FinishesFloor FinishesTIMBER STAIR STEPSGive contrast and warm-up the cold tone of industrial design.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.4 FINISHES SELECTIONIndustrial Cold Series

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.5 INTERIOR SPACES OVERVIEWGround Floor Plan

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.5 INTERIOR SPACES OVERVIEWFirst Floor Plan

Large openings are selected to allow more natural light penetration and natural wind to flow into the narrow spaces, it celebrates the realm of industrial design, meantime creating lively and brighter ambience in the house.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.6 INTERIOR OPENINGSGround Floor Plan

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.6 INTERIOR OPENINGSFirst Floor Plan

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.7 INTERIOR FITTINGSGround Floor Plan

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.4 INTERIOR DESIGN4.4.7 INTERIOR FITTINGSFirst Floor Plan

Ornamental grassWater featureGrassGravels

LANDSCAPING4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.5 LANDSCAPE DESIGN4.5.1 CONCEPT

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.5 LANDSCAPE DESIGN4.5.2 CONCEPTUAL VISUAL3D RENDERINGSGround Floor Plan

CAR PORCHLANDSCAPE4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.5 LANDSCAPE DESIGN4.5.3 PROPOSED LANDSCAPINGMinimalist Gate

Simple designComplementing the design approach of industrial designNot overpowering the faadeCan be constructed from construction waste

Concrete Tiles

Non-slip tilesSuitable for outdoor purposesEasy maintenanceComplementing the design approach of industrial design

Bamboo Palm

Plant type: House PlantHeight: Ranging from 1.7 m to 3mLeaf Colour: GreenGrowth Rate: Average

Water Feature

1.7 m in heightGives a strong sense of nature to compliment the small area of the landscapeProvide the sound of natureGives a strong aesthetic valueGives a calm effect through the sense of hearing

Fake Grass

Wide range of grass colour shade selectionComes in role or tiles; for easier customization of size neededOffer a real aesthetic value with a real grassVery easy maintenance as watering and trimming is not needed

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.5 LANDSCAPE DESIGN4.5.3 PROPOSED LANDSCAPING

SELLProperty Gains= Selling Price Acquisition Price

Selling Price= (Acquisition Price + Renovation Cost) x 20% Capital Gain= (RM420,000 + RM100,000) x 20% Capital Gain= RM624,000

Property Gains= RM624,000 RM420,000= RM204,000

Net Property Gains= Property Gains Property Gain Tax of 30% Agency Fee of 2% Legal Fee of 1% & 0.7%

= RM204,000 (RM204,000 x 30%) (RM624,000 x 2%) (RM150,000 x 1% + RM474,000 x 0.7%)

= RM204,000 RM61,200 RM12,480 RM4818

= RM125,502

Selling of property would obtain a net property gain of RM125,502 at its minimum. Depending on which year the property is being sold, the longer it takes to sell the property, the lower the percentage of property gain tax.

Thus, selling of property is viable for this project.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.6 QUANTITY SURVEYING4.6.1 RETURN OF INVESTMENT

Rent For Short StayRental Yield Per Annum

= [(Rental Per Year Maintenance Fee of 10%) / (Acquisition Price + Renovation Cost)] x 100%

According to rental yield per annum of 6.5%,

Rental Per Year

= [(6.5 /100) x (RM420,000 + RM100,000) x 110%]

= [RM33,800 x 110%]

= RM37,180

Occupied Period

= Rental Per Year After Renovation / Rental Per Night

= RM37,180 / RM300

= 124 days

= 1/3 of a year

In order to obtain a rental yield per annum of 6.5% for short stay, the rental per year ought to be at the value of RM37,180 and the occupied period per year is 124 days, which is equivalent to 1/3 of a year. The number of short or long holidays per year is only about 7 times. It means that the probability of the house being rented for short stay would only be about 7 times per year.

7 times x Average of 3-day stay= 7 times x 3 days x RM300 = RM6,300Thus, renting the house for short stay is not viable for the project.

Rent For Long TermRental Yield Per Annum

= [(Rental Per Year Maintenance Fee of 10%) / (Acquisition Price + Renovation Cost)] x 100%

According to rental after renovation of RM1500 per month,

Rental Per Year= RM1500 x 12 months = RM18,000

Rental Yield Per Annum= [(RM18,000 RM1800) / (RM420,000 + RM100,000)] x 100%

= 3.1%

According to rental yield per annum of 3.5%,

Rental Per Month

= [(3.5 /100) x (RM420,000 + RM100,000) x 110%] / 12

= [RM18,200 x 110%] / 12

= RM20020 / 12

= RM1668

In order to obtain rental yield per annum of 3.5% for long term stay, the monthly rental ought to be at the value of RM1668. As compared to the current rental value of RM1500, the difference is only RM168.

Thus, renting the house for long term is viable for this project.4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.6 QUANTITY SURVEYING4.6.1 RETURN OF INVESTMENT

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.6 QUANTITY SURVEYING4.6.2 BREAKDOWN OF RENOVATION COST

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.6 QUANTITY SURVEYING4.6.2 BREAKDOWN OF RENOVATION COST

The total renovation cost for this project is RM142,651.10, inclusive of furniture and fixture. Excluding furniture and fixture, the total renovation cost would be RM130,651.10.Renovation Cost4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT4.6 QUANTITY SURVEYING4.6.2 BREAKDOWN OF RENOVATION COST

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6.0 APPENDIX

6.1 ATTENDANCE RECORDS

6.0 APPENDIX6.1 ATTENDANCE RECORDS

6.0 APPENDIX6.1 ATTENDANCE RECORDS

6.2 MEETING AGENDA

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 1

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 2

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 2

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 3

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 3

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 4

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 4

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 5

6.0 APPENDIX6.3 MEETING MINUTESCLIENT-CONSULTANT MEETING 5

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