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  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT (MGT60403 / ARC3612 / ARC3614)

    PROJECT 1: DEFINING AND DOCUMENTING A PROJECT

    Tan Wen Hao 0319923

    Wong Zhen Fai 0317890

    Yan Wai Chun 0319626

    Yeoh Xiang Ann 0322691

    Jack Too Mun Fai 0318214

    Teo Hong Wei 0322990

    TWY CONSULTANTS

  • Company Name: TWY CONSULTANTSCompany Address: Lot 7, Jalan Petaling Street, 50000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.Telephone: + 603-5214-4125Fax: + 603-5214-4152Email: twyconsultants@gmail.com

    Company Background

    TWY CONSULTANTS

    Mission: -eco friendly commercial and residential dwellings of excellence -Building a better future at a competitive and reasonable value - To building relationships forever with customer on trust Vision: -To ensure that the development of any is produced to the best that the company has to offer

    M u l t i n a t i o n a l c o n g l o m e r a t e operating.

    Based in Kuala Lumpur, primarily focuses on efforts to providing bui ld ing and construct ion to Malaysia.

    fully functioning architecture firm, quantity surveying unit, engineering office and even a landscaping department.

  • Company organizational chart

    1.2.2 Company organizational chart

    Quantity Surveyor Teo Hong Wei

    Architect Jack Too Mun Fai

    Project Manager James Wong Zhen Fai

    C&S Engineer Bryan Yeoh Xiang Ann

    M&E Engineer Cedric Yan Wai Chun

    Landscape Architect Jaden Tan Wen Hao

    Decision Making

    Problem Solving

    Project Inspection

    Work Distribution

    Client Taylors University Management

  • Team member profile

    AR. JAMES WONG ZHEN FAI Project Manager TWY Consultant

    Educa&onBackground: -Bachelor In Architecture in University of No7ngham, Part 1 of theArchitects Registra>on Board (ARB) and Royal Ins>tute of Bri>shArchitects(RIBA)examina>on -Master inArchitecture inUniversityofHavard,RIBAandARBPart2accredited -RegisteredArchitectwithBoardofArchitectsMalaysia(LAM) ProfessionalExperience: -SannaArchitects(2013-2014)AssistantArchitect -AtelierBowWow(2014-2017)-SeniorArchitect -TWYConsultant(2017-current)

    -Handling job scopes, budgeting, scheduling. -Control and management in resources -Proper coordination of planning, design, estimating, costing, contracting and constructing. -Interpret and explain contracts and technical information to other professionals -Report work progress and budget matters to clients -Select, schedule and coordinate subcontractor activities -Comply with legal requirements, building and safety codes and other regulations

  • Team member profile

    AR. JACK TOO MUN FAI Architect

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    -Creating building designs -Discuss ideas, objectives and requirements -Planning legislation, environmental impact and project budget -Aware of financial budgets and deadlines -Produce detailed drawings and specifications -Prepare tender applications and presentations -Writing and presenting reports, proposals, and applications

    Education Background: -Bachelor in Architecture in Leeds University, Part 1 of the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) examination -Masters of Architecture in Oxford Brookes University, RIBA and ARB Part 2 accredited -Registered Architect with Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM) Professional Experience: -Gehi Architects (2013-2014) Assistant Architect -Herzog de Meuron(2014-2017) - Senior Architect -JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd (2017-current)

  • IR. BRYAN YEOH XIANG ANN C&S Engineer

    BY Construction & Structural Sdn Bhd

    Team member profile

    -Plan, design and observe construction and maintenance of building structures and facilities -Undertake technical and feasibility studies -Undertake complex and repetitive calculation -Schedule material and equipment purchase and deliveries -Assess the sustainability and environmental impacts of projects

    Education Background: -Bachelor of Civil Engineering in University of Nottingham -Masters in Civil Structure in University of Nottingham -Registered Engineer with Board of Engineers Malaysia Professional Experience: -Elecon Engineering Company (2002-2010) Assistant Structural Engineer -KBR, Chicago (2010-2015 - Senior Structural Engineer - BY Construction & Structural Sdn Bhd (2015-2017)

  • Team member profile

    IR. CEDRIC YAN WAI CHUN M&E Engineer

    Swift Mechanical & Electrical Sdn Bhd

    -production of electrical system construction documents for submittal -Conduct on-site inspections to ascertain compliance with construction design documents and specification -On site Mechanical and Electrical Engineering providing Subject Matter Expertise and project management suppor t to the Cons t ruc t ion Management Team -Electrical installation management, generation and implementation of construction schedules, observation and inspection of installations, report writing, constructability problem analysis and resolution.

    Education Background: -Bachelor degree of mechanical & electrical engineering with first class honors in Taylor's University Lakeside Campus. -Bachelor degree of electrical engineering in Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, Mechanics & Materials -Registered Engineer with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) Professional Experience: -KBR, Chicago (2010-2014) Assistant M&E Engineer -Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM) (2014-2017) Seinor M&E Engineer - Swift Mechanical & Electrical Sdn Bhd (2017-current)

  • LAR. JADEN TAN WEN HAO Landscape Architect JDscape Sdn Bhd

    -Confer with clients, engineers, and building architects to understand a project -Conduct preliminary studies of the site including the walkway, vegetation and the climate condition -Provide landscape design for the project -P repare and p resen t l andscape p lan w i th understandable rendering images, specifications, and cost estimates - Analyze environmental reports on land conditions, such as drainage and energy -Coordinate the arrangement of existing and proposed land features and structures

    Education Background: -BA (Hon) Landscape Architecture in University of Greenwich, London, Part 1 of the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) examination -Master in Landscape Architecture in University of Greenwich, London, RIBA and ARB Part 2 accredited -Registered Architect with Board of Architects Malaysia (LAM) Professional Experience: -Terrix Architects (2013-2014) Assistant Architect -Le Bruez, Switzerland (2014-2017) - Senior Architect - JDscape Sdn Bhd (2017-current)

    Team member profile

  • SR. TEO HONG WEI Quantity Surveyor

    THW Quantity Surveyor Sdn Bhd

    Team member profile

    -Preparation of contracts, including details regarding quantities of required materials -On-going cost analysis of maintenance and repair work -Feasibility studies of client's requests Analyze completed work and arrange payment to contractors -Site visits, assessments and projections for future work

    Education Background: -Bachelor of Quantity Surveying in Bauhaus University, Dessau, Germany -Master of Quantity Surveying in Bauhaus University, Dessau, Germany - Registered SR. with Board Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM) Professional Experience: -Elecon Consultant Company (2013-2014) Assistant Quantity Surveyor -Jurukur Bahan Maju Bina Sdn Bhd (SOM) (2014-2017) Senior Quantity Surveyor - THW Quantity Surveyor Sdn Bhd (2017-current)

  • The project can be said to be a success, or said to reach the project goals, when the project fulfill its success criteria.

    Project Management

    Triple constraint

    quality

    Time 1 year

    ScopeRecreation district for

    architectural workshop

    CostRM1.5 M

    Cost monitor budget compliance. Long term durable and economic material Reuse and upcycle of materials Self sustainable No waste of material Create value

    Scope Work breakdown structure Gantt chart Avoid undesirable delay Manage changes and control influence Schedule review Risk analysis Project health

    Time Not exceed given timeframe Time management Schedule development and control Transportation to be monitored and planned Save time and cost Choice of material shortening construction process and duration Flexibility and modularity

  • Project Management

    Success factors

    Back up plansIn the event of schedule change or rejection of design and documents, the company is able to produce a backup plan to showcase our flexibility and prompt changes and improvements.

    Close rapportThe project team emphasises clear and effective communication not only within the team itself but construction team, author i t ies and c l ient , establishing rapport with each parties making sure project runs smoothly and on track

    Wellbeing of project teamIn promise of giving client a quality project, the team must first be ensured of heal thy work ing environment, this includes fixed working hours, fairly paid wages and staff benefits

    Skill & experienceOur team is equipped with masters from diffirent field, providing best solution and advice to the team and guaranteeing the projects success

  • Phase oriented Project Management

    Work breakdown structure

  • Project Management

    Risk analysis

  • Project Management

    Gantt chart

  • Project Management

    Pert chart

  • Preliminary study

    Site location

    existing open car park (Zone I) at Taylors University Lakeside Campus, Petaling Jaya Positioned at the turning corner of one of the main entrance to Taylors University strategic location where it is highly visible from and towards the campus, the high rise

    residential buildings, and the sports complex.

  • From South East From South West

    From North East From North West

  • Preliminary study

    Circulation Pedestrian Circulation

    Pedestrian path from syopz mall to the informal entrance of site

    P e d e s t r i a n f r o m a c a d e m i c b l o c k s connec ted to lower ground carpark to the informal entrance of site

    Pedestrian path along one-way road from car pa rk t o academic blocks

    Pedestrian path along Jalan Taylor connecting from D Latour apartment to site

  • IngressVehic le accessed from Jalan Taylor to site

    IngressVehicle enters via one-w a y a c c e s s f r o m academic blocks to site

    EgressVehicles exit site via Jalan Taylors

    Circulation Vehicle Circulation

  • Strength

    -Site easily accessed through main road and campus routes-Noticable as site is located near the main access point of Taylors University (T-Junction area)-Strategic location as students uses area around site as primary circulation to campus.

    Weaknesses

    -Site exposed to excessive amount of sunlight, least amount of vegetation available on site for shading purposes.-Veh ic le access are on ly available through one ingress/egress point.-Uneven, unpaved road and bad soil condition.

    Opportunities

    -Students as potential users, maily targeted before or after class period where they can visit building before class hours or wait for traffic jam, rain before exit campus after class.

    Threats

    -Existing facilities such as tennis, futsal and basketball court within the vicinity.-Syopz mall, located in walking distance, being a better shading or entertainemnt spot.-Foul smell spreaded from sewerage pool/swamp across site.

    Preliminary study

    SWOT analysis

  • Client: Taylors University SDN. BHD. Mr. Emmanuel as the client representative Requirements: Maximum land size: as per site given by client Usage of 50% reusable energy sources (Calculated by value) Site layout and landscaping

    Site at Zone I free parking

    Design brief Recreation station + Architectural workshop

  • Design brief Precedent study Sion music venue

    take advantage of shipping containers beneficial characteristics. standardised dimensions allow the units to be readily inherent resistance of the large steel boxes protects against vandalism

    and other forms of incidental damage. The modular nature of the design ensures that the scheme can easily be

    added to, or subtracted from, allowing a large degree of flexibility throughout the process.

  • the two-storey scheme contains rehearsal rooms and breakout space

    the focal point of the design is a 300-seat concert hall

    a steel bar has been crafted from the form of a single container

    the bar in operation

  • Design concept Approach

    takesadvantageofthefrequenthumancircula&onofyouthstoandfromcampus. Thesitesitsattheedgeofaparkinglot,andfacesnorthwesternsidewiththesmallgatethatleadstothecampuslocateddirectlyupnorth

    designislaidoutalongadiagonalaxisthatchannelsthepeoplefromthegateintothesta>on allowingforashortcutthroughthesta>ondirectlyintothecarpark

  • shippingcontainers,minimalconstruc>on>meandstructuraleffort. lightweightwhichgivesamodernandindustrialfeeltoitsusers. eastern side take full advantageof themorning sunlight; thewest are closedup to

    minimizeexposuretothehotaWernoonsun. Themainadministra>vespaceandfoodarenawillbelocateddownstairstokeepthe

    upperfloorsquietandmorestudentfriendly.

  • Exposed side on the right of the structure that allows for view and vista towards the entire campus and lake.

    The food arena is positioned below the main recreational space to prov ide a cool ing and comfortable outdoor space for the students all day round.

    Diagonal axis of human circulation that travels through the

    open ground floor plan with trees and vegetation greeting the users at the entrance and exit of the station.

    The food arena is located at the center of the station to serve as an attraction for the students to stop and socialize.

    The entrance is located adjacent to the main circulation through the building.

    There are two access up to the first floor to allow students to reach and leave the recreational spaces directly without passing through in-between spaces.

    Design concept Schematic design

  • Sun path over the proposed station, and the green facades are designed with openings or balconies to get full exposure to the cool natural lighting in the morning

    red regions are sealed up to minimize penetration of hot sunlight in the afternoon.

    Vegetation also serve as natural shading for the two inner facades, allowing there to still be small amount of openings.

    Direction from which a majority of students access the car park from, making our site a very st rategic locat ion to take advantage of the users.

    Major exposure from the eastern and northern direction, being the body of water, commercial block and hostel on the north and the sports arena on the right.

  • Standard Type Containers Dry containers 20' and 40' (general purpose) are manufactured from either aluminium or steel. They are suitable for most types of cargo. Aluminium dry containers have a slightly larger payload than steel, and steel dry containers have a slightly larger internal cube.

    Container studies

    Specs

  • Low structural cost, high strength - Available at low costs (compared to a bricks and mortar) - Construction involves very little labor - Requiring only simple modification - From RM4800 each (used) to RM2500 (new) - Hhuge structural strength

    Container studies

    Advantages

    Strength & Durability - Ideal building material. - Carry heavy loads, stacked in high columns, resist harsh environments - weather and resistant to salt corrosion, etc.

    Modular - Made to standard measurements - Provide modular elements that combine into larger structure - Simplifies design, planning and transport. - They can be stacked up to 12 high when empty.

    Transport - Pre-fabricated modules can also be easily transported by ship, truck or rail - Used shipping containers are easily available across the globe.

  • Design development

    Thinking process

  • Design development

    Spatial analysis

    Lots of openings and balconies on four facades to allow healthy sunlight to illuminate the recreational spaces on the first floor.

    The observation deck is located on the upper floor for the views and vistas. The food arena is located on the ground floor to attract users into the space with its

    noise and crowd, also to keep the noisier spaces at the bottom to avoid disrupting the peace on the recreational activities upstairs and also the observation deck.

    The services like toilets and administrative office is also on the ground floor to provide a convenient experience for users.

  • Ground floor First floor

    Design development

    Schedule of space

    Rooftop

  • Overview

    Renderings

  • Roof top garden

  • Stairs to second floor

  • Chilling spot

  • Interior view

  • Orthographic drawings

    Plan

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    GROUND FLOOR PLANSCALE 1:100

    Swift

  • Orthographic drawings

    Plan

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    FIRST FLOOR PLANSCALE 1:100

    Swift

  • Orthographic drawings

    Plan

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    SECOND FLOOR PLANSCALE 1:100

    Swift

  • Orthographic drawings

    Plan

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    ROOF PLANSCALE 1:100

    Swift

  • Orthographic drawings

    Elevations

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    FRONT ELEVATIONSCALE 1:100

    Swift

    RIGHT ELEVATIONSCALE 1:100

  • Orthographic drawings

    Elevations

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    BACK ELEVATIONSCALE 1:100

    Swift

    LEFT ELEVATIONSCALE 1:100

  • Orthographic drawings

    Sections

    JackedOff Studio Sdn Bhd

    Taylor's University Sdn. Bhd.

    SWIFT MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SDN. BHD.

    BY CIVIL & STRUCTURAL SDN. BHD.

    JDSCAPE SDN. BHD.

    THW QUANTITY SURVEYOR SDN. BHD.

    J.O

    SECTION B - BSCALE 1:100

    Swift

    SECTION A - ASCALE 1:100

  • Landscape Design

    Landscape condition Softscape

    Exiting site is a post construction site with no proper management and being a temporary informal parking spot.

    Trees and plants grew without being trimmed, arranged or proper planning

    For Site 1 and 2, plants on site are rather short and serves no shading purpose, more of being a mosquitoes breeding ground.

    If vegetations around site 3 is removed, leaving more space for ingress and egress traffic and replant with proper planning, it can serve more purpose of shading cars and being a wayfinding for drivers to enter or exit the car park

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    2

    3

  • 2

    1

    3

    Landscape condition Hardscape

    Fence in strip 1 (stainless steel) is still in good condition, however fence in site 2 has rusted,deformed and overgrew with creepers.

    New fence is needed, preferably same with strip 1 for security purpose.

    Patrol booth has not been in use since years ago.

    Part of land on site forms puddle during rain and can be dangerous to pedestrain and future users of building, therefore the land need to be revised and flatten, paved with alsphalt if possible.

  • Interior landscape

    Exterior landscape

    Existing landscape

    Proposed landscape

  • Proposed landscape

    Softscape layout

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    2

    3

    5

    4

    6

  • 1. Red sealing wax palm(Cyrtostachys renda)

    2. Red ginger plant(Alpinia purpurata)

    3. Big-sage(Lantana camara)

    4. Ashoka(Polyalthia longifolia)

    5. Spider plant(Chlorophytum comosum)

    6. Dwarf Geometry tree(Bucida Molineti)

  • 1

    2

    3

    5

    4

    6

    Hardscape layout

    7

    8

  • 1. Wooden pergola 2. Garden bench 3. Garden furniture

    4. Wooden deck 5. Gravels 6. Trellis lattice panel

    7. Red brick pavement 8. Asphalt

    road

  • No. Name of plant

    Maxim-um height

    Maxi-mum diam-eter

    Weight Root depth

    Price Description

    1 Red sealing wax palm

    3m 30mm 5kg 40cm RM150 per pot

    -Bright red crown shafts and leaf sheaths - High demand for gardening and a landscaping projects in tropical countries. -Palm grows well in full sun or shade but needs humid conditions and well-draining soil

    2 Red ginger plant

    1m 15mm 1.5kg 15cm RM35 per pot

    -native Malaysian plants with showy flowers on long brightly colored red bracts - grown as a houseplant and its cut flowers can be used in arrangements.

    3 Big-sage 60cm 15mm 1.5kg 15cm RM30 per pot

    -Often planted to embellish gardens, native to the American tropics. -Small tubular shaped flowers which are arranged in clusters in terminal areas stems. -The flower has a Tutti Frutti smell with a pepper undertone.

    4 Ashoka 4m 50mm 4kg 40cm RM200 per pot

    -Commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution -Tree exhibits symmetrical pyramidal growth with willowy weeping pendulous branches and long narrow lanceolate leaves with undulate margins.

    5 Spider plant

    30cm 10mm 1kg 10cm RM20 per pot

    -Easy to grow as a houseplant; variegated forms are the most popular. -Flowers are produced in a long branched inflorescence -The inflorescences carry plantlets at the tips of their branches, which eventually droop and touch the soil, developing adventitious roots.

    6 Dwarf Geometry tree

    4m 50mm 5kg 50cm RM250 per pot

    -Small, low and picturesque spreading plant with unique flat branch grow pattern. -The twigs are growing densely in storeys on whorls around the trunk. Flowers are yellow and insignificant, followed by clusters of tiny brown fruits.

    5.4 Selection of vegetations

    Proposed landscape

    Selection of vegetation

  • Renderings

    1. Entrance view

  • 2. Outdoor chilling spot

  • 3. Rooftop garden

  • 4. Rooftop entrance

  • C&S Engineering

    Earthwork

    OpenpublicparkingareacoveredwithsandandcrusherrunstonewithseriousfloodingissueaWerrain.

    apor>onofthecrusherrunstonesurfacewillbeclearedbeforeflaAening,levelingandexcava&ngthesoil

    Area of clearance and excavation

  • Roadwork

    Weareproposingturfstonepavingworksforcarparksaroundthebuildingtolinkfromthemainvehicularentranceandsmallpedestrianopeningtooursiteforeasemovement.

    Wewillhaveasphaltpavingontherestofcarparkarea,

  • The foundation shown above is a typical slab on grade application for a 1000sf (three 40' containers) shipping container home design. There is a 24' x 40' perimeter foundation wall made from precast concrete panels, but could easily be CMU block or poured concrete.

    Foundation system Raft foundation

    Image of raft foundation after rebar was laid out before concrete finishing was poured.

    Image of completed raft foundation

  • Foundation system Container footing

    The containers units are welded on steel post with 500 x 500mm width footing buried at 500mm deep into the ground to prevent it being blown away by storm or strong wind. The utilities (water, electrical, and gas supply lines) are run to the base of the container to the respective locations proposed in plan by M&E engineer.

    Image of steel footing to be connected to base of container

    Workers welding steel footing to base of container

  • Structural components

    Container to foundation

    Advantages -The most secure method -Not difficult for a handy person -Simply weld the containers together

    Steel plate and reinforced concrete bars are being set in concrete off-site. During installation, steel plates fitted inside the corner fittings, acting as heavy duty washer for the blots.

    Installation of container to pad footing

    A container for foundation plate weld

    Foundation to container details

  • Container to container

    Container to container weld

    All corner blocks are welded to each other to make sure containers will not dislocate

  • Connection to connection

    Container to container connection

    Corner castings around container

    Corner castings also known as corner fittings are the structural element to allow 2 shipping containers to be connected both vertically and horizontally at the 8 corners of a shipping container.

  • -Four or more point system when the fabric is stretched between a set of alternating high and low points - By running a cable in a parallel pattern with opposite curvature, a slight saddle is created. Alternating ridge and valley cables create a series of small curvatures in the membranea scenario that creates a unique undulating surface.

    Tensile roof

  • Container modification

    -When cutting or removing any of the paneling, considerable reinforcement would be needed to replace the support being lost -Steel framing will be required to frame out the opening ContainerDeforma-on

    ContainerReinforcement

  • 1.Buildafounda&on Inour casewhereweare tobuildon the surfaceof the lake, thefloa>ngdock system isused toprovidebuoyancydrivenexperience to the visitor. This floa>ng founda>on system is chosenbasedon its features and advantages that benefits thewholeprojecteconomicallyandrela>ngtothebuiltcontext. 2.Placethecontainers ThecontainersaregoingtobeplacedonsiteusingcranethatIseasy,efficient,andsafety. 3.Connectthecontainers Severalwaysareusedondifferentpartstocombinetocontainers,suchasbolts,specializedclamps,orthroughwelding.Sincethepavilionproposedisapermanentbuil_orm,weldingisproposedastheconnec>ngmethodformostoftheparts. 4.AddReinforcement Structuralreinforcementarerequiredtoreplacethesupportbeinglostwhenthesidepanelsareremoved.Thecolumnsandbeamsareproposedtobes>tchweldedtothecontainersforgreaterstability. 5.Modifica&on Removal of side panels is required if the passage between the containers or thewindows and door openings are needed.Plasmacuaerandcu7ngtorchareproposedtomakeopenings. 6.Sealthecracks Tosealthegapsbetweencontainersresultedbytheremovalsofinteriorwalls,steelstripscouldbeweldedonthesidegaps.Othersolu>oncouldbethebackerrod.sprayfoam,andcaulk.AWerall,doors,windows.subfloorsandelectricalconduitaretobeaddedbasedonthepreferenceoftheclient. 7.Infill AWerall,doors,windows,subfloorsandelectricalconduitaretobeaddedbasedonthepreferenceattheclient.

    Construction process

  • M&E Engineering

    Electrical system

    Sconce Lighting Lamp

    LED Edison Bulb First floor plan

  • Stormwater system

    uPVC Sanitary System transportation of potable water for domestic usage as well as ground water for land engineering. Used in disposing off sewage and venting system. The piping system offers ability to withstand the flow of aggressive water. Resistance to a number of chemicals and corrosions, providing best solution of long-term piping system. Able to carry drinking water and advantageous for sewage systems as there is no buildup of deposits inside the surface.

    Lightweight PVC Drainage system tremendous weight advantage, reducing number of installers needed lower cost for transportation with higher payloads. Its resistance to fracture increases its performance advantage due to its ability to yield under loadings with its elasticity, which also reduces the magnitude of pressure surges. Non-toxic, environmental friendly, and safe material Offers watertight joints that outperformed traditional pipe products. Durable and insulated from exposing to direct sunlight when installed to the containers.

  • Sanitary and drainage system

    Schematic diagram of sanitary and drainage system

  • Gutter, downpipe and sanitary pipe layout

  • Fire protection system

    Ground floor plan First floor plan

    Active fire protection is a group of system that requires some amount of action in order to work efficiently in the event of fire. The systems can be manually operated or automatically, with some amount of motion. It includes fire and smoke alarm systems, sprinkler systems and fire extinguisher.

  • Ground floor plan

    Mechanical ventilation system

    Ceiling Cassette with Grille

    Inverter Outdoor Unit

  • Renderings

    Exterior lightings

  • Interior lightings

  • Overcoming tight budget

    Container details

    Used container which costs RM4,800

    All consultants had come to an agreement of using second hand shipping containers as building components instead of buying new shipping containers which costs 3 times higher.

  • 8.2 Bill of quantities Architectural

    Item Description Unit Unit Price (RM)

    Quantity Amount (RM)

    Container 1 20ft (Used) unit 4800 6 28800 2 40ft (Used) unit 7000 8 56000

    Floor Timber Floor Decking M

    2 50 3 2590mmx12000mm Timber Floor Decking unit 775 8 12400

    4 2590mmx6000mm Timber Floor Decking unit 387.5 6 4650

    Wall

    Container Wall Insulation Foam Panels M2 5

    5 2590mmx12000mm Insulation Foam Panels unit 155 11 1705

    6 2590mmx6000mm Insulation Foam Panels unit 77.5 8 620

    7 2590mmx2400mm Insulation Foam Panels unit 31 17 527

    Container Timber Wall Decking M2 36

    8 2590mmx12000mm Timber Wall Decking unit 372 11 12276

    9 2590mmx6000mm Timber Wall Decking unit 186 8 4464

    10 2590mmx2400mm Timber Wall Decking unit 75 17 3825

    WIndows

    11 1700mmx950mm window with aluminum framing unit 200 3 600

    12 1400mmx650mm window with aluminum framing unit 170 3 510

    13 1400mmx500mm window with aluminum framing unit 160 3 480

    14 1400mmx700mm window with aluminum framing unit 180 6 1080

    BOQ

  • 15 4950mmx2400mm glazing tempered glass with steel frame unit 3500 1 3500

    16 2590mmx2400mm glazing tempered glass with steel frame unit 2000 6 12000

    Doors

    17 2500mmx3000mm double leaf glass door with steel frame unit 420 3 1260

    Washrooms 18 Ceramic Basin unit 200 4 800 19 Ceramic Toilet Bowl unit 500 8 4000 20 Partition Wall unit 200 9 1800 Total 151297 Civil and Structural

    Item Description Unit Unit Price (RM) Quantity Amount

    (RM)

    Substructure Excavation 1 Machine excavation remove top soil unit 300 16 4800

    2 Excavation on trench to receive raft foundation unit 78 30 2340

    Foundation 3 Precase reinforced concrete (grade 45) raft M

    3 20 75 1500

    4 Foundation mild steel high tensile to raft foundation trench kg 2 2000 4000

    5 Reinforced concrete (grade25) in substructural works M3 35 300 10500

    6 Asphalt paving, road work M2 110 1200 132000 Superstructure Structural Steel Work

    7 Universal steel beam (4.8m x 8); (84.5kg/m) kg 2 3245 6490

    8 Universal steel column (3.3m x 12); (84.5kg/m) kg 2 3346 6692

    9 Apply 1 coat of intumescent 1 hour fire-rating paint to hot dipped kg 12 200 2400

  • galvanized structural steel

    PVC coated tensile waterproof membrane roof

    M2 30 60 1800

    Joints

    10 Stainless steel plate (200mm x 210mm) unit 11 60 660

    Staircase and finishes

    11

    Stainless Steel Staircase with hot dipped galvanised finish (overall size 912mm x 6970mm x 3450mm high)

    unit 3152 3 9456

    Total 182638 Mechanical and Electrical

    Item Description Unit Unit Price (RM) Quantity Amount

    (RM)

    Air Conditioning System 1 LG A5UQ48GFA0 5.0HP Inverter Outdoor Unit unit 8840 1 8840

    2 LG - 18k BTU - Ceiling Cassette with Grille unit 4200 3 12600

    3 LIBERO-E 2.5kW Wall Mounted Inverter Air Conditioner unit 915 1 915

    Electrical System 4 Lighting Timer unit 27 1 27 5 Distribution Box unit 180 1 180 6 Electric Meter unit 106 1 106 Light Fixtures 7 Philips Pendant LED Bulb unit 85 25 2125 8 Patio Light Stringer unit 19.80 15 297 9 PLT LED Edison Bulb unit 21 60 1260

    10 ELINKUME Sconce Lighting Lamp unit 170 13 2210

    Plug points 11 10A One Gang One Way Switch unit 7 6 42

  • 12 10A Two Gang One Way Switch unit 10 3 30 13 10A Three Gang One Way Switch unit 13 2 26 Drainage System

    14 32-315mm uPVC Non-Pressure Soil and Waste pipe m 0.64-

    424.20 80 16000

    Rainwater Harvesting System

    15 Harvest Rainwater Lightweight PVC Rain Drain Pipe m 0.42-7.64 140 1000

    Fire Protection System 16 Break Glass Alarm Trigger unit 32 6 192 17 Econlite KELUAR Signage unit 118 5 590

    18 Fire Fighter Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher unit 115 6 690

    19 Heat Detector unit 130 3 390 20 Fire Alarm Bell unit 130 2 260 21 Fire Alarm Control Panel unit 510 1 510 Total 48290 Landscape

    Item Description Unit Unit Price (RM) Quantity Amount

    (RM)

    Soft scape 1 5mm Polycarbonate Awning Pergola (including installation) unit 2000 1 2500

    2 Windsor Teak Garden Bench unit 800 4 3200

    3 Bamboo furniture garden set (4 chairs + 1 coffee table with glass top)

    set 1200 4 4800

    4 Outdoor WPC decking floor wood plastic composite (including installation)

    M2 150 16 2500

    5 White granite gravels ton 600 50 30000

    6 Trellis lattice panel (120cm X 250cm) unit 160 2 320

    7 Clay bricks (720pcs/pallet) unit 270 8 2160 Hardscape 8 Red sealing wax palm unit 150 7 1050

  • 9 Red ginger plant unit 35 60 2100 10 Big-sage unit 30 20 600 11 Ashoka unit 200 8 1600 12 Spider plant unit 20 18 360 13 Dwarf Geometry tree unit 250 7 1750 Total 52940 Labour

    Item Description Days Rate/Day (RM) Quantity Amount

    (RM) 1 Carpenter 40 90 4 14400 2 Skilled Worker 30 120 8 28800 3 General Worker 60 90 10 54000 4 Electrician 15 120 5 9000

    5 Rainwater Harvesting System Installer 5 120 3 1800

    6 Plant and Equipment Operator 40 120 5 24000 Total 132000 Total Construction Cost

    Item Description Amount (RM) 1 Architectural 151297 2 Civil and Structural 182638 3 Mechanical and Electrical 48290 4 Landscape 52940 5 Labour 132000

    Total 567165

  • 8.4 Summary

    After the estimations and calculations of the construction cost, the total construction cost for the Recreation Station is RM565,365. The amount mentioned excludes the cost and rental of the land as the land has already been owned by the client, Taylors University. Other Cost Item Description

    Percentage (%)

    Construction Cost (RM)

    Amount (RM)

    1 Authority Cost 3 565365 16961 2 Preliminary Cost 5 565365 28268

    3 Goods and Service Tax (GST) 6 565365 33922

    4 Material Wastage 10 565365 56537

    Total 135688 Consultation Fee

    Item Description Percentage (%) Construction

    Cost (RM) Amount

    (RM) 1 Project Manager 3 565365 16961 2 Architect 2 565365 11307 3 Civil and Structural Engineer 1.5 565365 8481

    4 Mechanical and Electrical Engineer 1.5 565365 8481

    5 Landscape Architect 1 565365 5654 6 Quantity Surveyor 1 565365 5654 Total 56537

    27%

    32% 9%

    9%

    23%

    Total Construction Cost Architectural

    Civil and Structural

    Mechanical and Electrical

    Landscape

    Labour

    8.4 Summary

    After the estimations and calculations of the construction cost, the total construction cost for the Recreation Station is RM565,365. The amount mentioned excludes the cost and rental of the land as the land has already been owned by the client, Taylors University. Other Cost Item Description

    Percentage (%)

    Construction Cost (RM)

    Amount (RM)

    1 Authority Cost 3 565365 16961 2 Preliminary Cost 5 565365 28268

    3 Goods and Service Tax (GST) 6 565365 33922

    4 Material Wastage 10 565365 56537

    Total 135688 Consultation Fee

    Item Description Percentage (%) Construction

    Cost (RM) Amount

    (RM) 1 Project Manager 3 565365 16961 2 Architect 2 565365 11307 3 Civil and Structural Engineer 1.5 565365 8481

    4 Mechanical and Electrical Engineer 1.5 565365 8481

    5 Landscape Architect 1 565365 5654 6 Quantity Surveyor 1 565365 5654 Total 56537

    27%

    32% 9%

    9%

    23%

    Total Construction Cost Architectural

    Civil and Structural

    Mechanical and Electrical

    Landscape

    Labour

    After the estimations and calculations of the construction cost, the total construction cost for the Recreation Station is RM565,365. The amount mentioned excludes the cost and rental of the land as the land has already been owned by the client, Taylors University.

    Total construction cost

  • Total Project Cost

    Item Description Amount (RM) 1 Construction Cost 567165 2 Other Cost 135688 3 Consultation Fees 56537 Total 759390

    The Bar Chart shows the cost of each categories of the entire project. Civil and Structural has the highest cost among the other categories as the main issue on site is the land, which needs to be paved to allow better accessibility on site. Architectural cost is lower than C&S cost as using container as the main building components contributed a lot on reducing the cost of the construction. The third highest cost of the project is the labour, as skilled workers and specialists are needed for the construction of containers and reduction of construction time.

    151297 182638

    48290 52940

    132000 16961

    28268 33922

    56537 56537

    Architectural Civil and Structural

    Mechanical and Landscape

    Labour Authority Cost

    Preliminary Cost Goods and Service Tax

    Material Wastage Consultation Fees

    0 50000 100000 150000 200000 Amount (RM)

    Total Project Cost

    The Bar Chart shows the cost of each categories of the entire project. Civil and Structural has the highest cost among the other categories as the main issue on site is the land, which needs to be paved to allow better accessibility on site. Architectural cost is lower than C&S cost as using container as the main building components contributed a lot on reducing the cost of the construction. The third highest cost of the project is the labor, as skilled workers and specialists are needed for the construction of containers and reduction of construction time.

  • Conclusion

    The progression of the Recreational Station Project is expected to be completed by August 2018 (1 year). The whole project was planned out precisely following the time and job scope by using Pert chart and Gantt

    chart to keep every task on schedule. The consultants values weekly CCM meetings as the meeting aids in keeping progress on track and also to

    have time-to-time update from each consultant to avoid work delay and to discuss on occasional and accidental issues.

    Taylors SABD School to have more developed and diverse facilities Recreational Station visualizes more public and students to be aware of the architecture school and its stand

    on the international platform by showcasing student projects and models. The workshop is also an alternative space for students to relax, socialize and interact, providing social hotspot

    for students especially during rainy days or traffic peak hours. Students can also enjoy the diverse activities happening inside the station that has been prepared by Taylors

    University.

    Project cost control and management Every costing of materials and resources were sorted out and planned critically with the coordination and

    cooperation from all consultants to prevent wastage and to reduce the budget spent on unnecessary things. The project is estimated to be completed within the budget quotes. Labor and resources were also well planned to prevent any off schedule event from happening while controlling

    the project costing within budget given by client.

  • Thank you

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