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UO Construction Communication – Assignment 2 – Dream House Construction Project – Construction Communication and Engagement Plan (65% of course grade)Name: _________________________________________________Date: __________________Marker:________________________________________________Assessment ComponentOutstanding performanceExceeds requirementsMeets core requirementsFails to meet requirementsPart A: Documents (35%)CO2. Prepare a stakeholder engagement plan for a construction project to manage information for making an informed decision at different stages of the project and to ensure key projectparticipants are kept informed of the progress of the project.CO3. Describe different approaches to achieving effective collaboration among diverse stakeholders, including the client, architect, engineer, builder, quantity surveyor, building surveyor,facilities manager and others involved in design, delivery and operation of construction projects.A1: Develop Project Brief:Communicate requirements ofproject, assumptions, constraintsand potential risks through aproject lifecycle Professionally (uses technicallanguage) and clearly (concise andprecise) thoughtfully documents allclient requirements and the projectaims to key stakeholders. Identifies and explicitly defines allAssumptions and Constraints Professionally (uses technicallanguage) and clearly (concise andprecise) documents most clientrequirements and the project aims tokey stakeholders. Identifies and clearly defines almost allAssumptions and Constraints Uses some technical language todocument client requirements and theproject aims with a few omissions tokey stakeholders. Identifies and defines mostAssumptions and Constraints Documentation is unclear and notprofessional, the client requirementsand the project aims are unclear. Poorly defined Assumptions andConstraintsComments:A2: Develop RACI chart: Identifyroles and responsibilities Clearly identifies all essentialstakeholders for a constructionproject Full and insightful consideration of aproject life cycle outlining allstakeholder roles andresponsibilities. Careful and strategic match betweenthe identified stakeholders and theirproject works and the project stages. Identifies nearly all stakeholders for aconstruction project Full consideration of a project life cycleto document all stakeholder roles andresponsibilities. Logical match between the identifiedstakeholders and their project worksand the project stages. Identifies most stakeholders for aconstruction project Partial consideration of a project lifecycle to cover most stakeholder rolesand responsibilities. Partial match between the identifiedstakeholders and their project worksand the project stages. Neglects to identify manystakeholders for a construction project No consideration of a project life cycle No match between the identifiedstakeholders, project works or projectstages.Comments:A3: Develop StakeholderPower/Interest Grid:Demonstrates an understandingof how project stages affect powerand interest over a project. Extremely accurate positioningidentified project stakeholders ateach quadrant. Provides a well justified explanationof stakeholder power/interestdynamics over a project life cycle. Accurately positions identified projectstakeholders at each quadrant. Provides a reasoned explanation ofstakeholder power/interest dynamicsover a project life cycle. Positions project stakeholders at eachquadrant but some are inaccurate. Provides an explanation ofstakeholder power/interest dynamicsover a project life cycle with somereasoning. Inaccurate positioning of projectstakeholders at each quadrant Provides no understanding ofstakeholder power/interest dynamicsover a project life cycle.Comments:A4: Develop Work BreakdownStructure (WBS): Defines projectdeliverables into levels Full and insightful consideration of aproject life cycle to identify anddefine all essential major stages andphases of work Clearly and insightfully describes alldeliverables and work packages tosuccessfully achieve project activities Provides high levels of detail forcommunicating projectwork/information flow in WBS Full consideration of a project life cycleto identify and define nearly allessential major stages and phases ofwork Clearly describes nearly alldeliverables and work packages tosuccessfully achieve project activities Provides clear and accurate detail forcommunicating projectwork/information flow in WBS Considers project life cycle to identifyand define most of the essential majorstages and phases of work Partially defines deliverables and workpackages to achieve most of theproject activities Attempts to provide an accurateaccount of project work/informationflow in WBS Lacks consideration of a project lifecycle and major project stages/phasesdeliverables and work packages arepoorly defined. Provides no project work/informationflow in WBSComments: A5: Develop Project RiskRegister: defines risks anddevelops clear responsestrategies Full and insightful consideration of aproject life cycle to identify anddefine all potential and major risks foreach project stage and phase ofwork. Clearly defines all impacts andprobability of identified risks for eachproject stage Provides comprehensive anddetailed reasonable risk responsestrategies Full match between Work Packagesand the Identified Risks Provides a strategic and logicalconnection between Assumptions &Constraints and the Identified Risks. Full consideration of a project lifecycle defining almost all risks for eachproject stage. Defines all impacts and probability ofidentified risks for each project stage. Provides reasonable and detailed riskresponse strategies. Almost a full match between WorkPackages and the Identified Risks. Provides a logical connection betweenAssumptions & Constraints and theIdentified Risks Partial consideration of a project lifecycle, and thus partial definition ofrisks for each project stage. Partially defines impacts andprobability of identified risks for mostof the project stages. Attempts to provide reasonable riskresponse strategies. Partial match between WorkPackages and the Identified Risks Attempts to make logical connectionsbetween Assumptions & Constraintsand the Identified Risks. No consideration of a project life cycle,and poorly defined risks for eachproject stage. Lacks definition of impact andprobability of identified risks for anyproject stage. Provides minimal or no risk responsestrategies. No match between Work Packagesand the Identified Risks No logical connection betweenAssumptions & Constraints and theIdentified RisksGrade for Part A:Comments: Part B: Construction drawings (30%)CO1. Present information to project stakeholders about a proposed construction project, using a range of techniques such as technical specifications, 2D drawings, 3D models, etc., so thatproject stakeholders can make informed decisions throughout the different phases of the project.CO2. Prepare a stakeholder engagement plan for a construction project to manage information for making an informed decision at different stages of the project and to ensure key projectparticipants are kept informed of the progress of the project.Preparation of Site Plan Presentation of drawings isprofessional and impeccable Accurately scales all drawings Includes all necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is crisp, precise andaccurate. Presentation of drawings is of a highprofessional standard Very few errors in scaling Includes almost all necessaryinformation, notations anddimensioning Line work is accurate Presentation of drawings is ofappropriate for the profession Some errors in scaling Includes most necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is accurate with some faults Poor presentation of drawingsunsuitable for the professional context Lack of scale Incomplete drawings and omittedinformation Carless line workPreparation of Floor Plan Presentation of drawings isprofessional and impeccable Accurately scales all drawings Includes all necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is crisp, precise andaccurate. Presentation of drawings is of a highprofessional standard Very few errors in scaling Includes almost all necessaryinformation, notations anddimensioning Line work is accurate Presentation of drawings is ofappropriate for the profession Some errors in scaling Includes most necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is accurate with some faults Poor presentation of drawingsunsuitable for the professional context Lack of scale Incomplete drawings and omittedinformation Carless line workPreparation of Front Elevation Presentation of drawings isprofessional and impeccable Accurately scales all drawings Includes all necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is crisp, precise andaccurate. Presentation of drawings is of a highprofessional standard Very few errors in scaling Includes almost all necessaryinformation, notations anddimensioning Line work is accurate Presentation of drawings is ofappropriate for the profession Some errors in scaling Includes most necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is accurate with some faults Poor presentation of drawingsunsuitable for the professional context Lack of scale Incomplete drawings and omittedinformation Carless line workPreparation of Typical Sectionthrough sample building Presentation of drawings isprofessional and impeccable Accurately scales all drawings Includes all necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is crisp, precise andaccurate. Presentation of drawings is of a highprofessional standard Very few errors in scaling Includes almost all necessaryinformation, notations anddimensioning Line work is accurate Presentation of drawings is ofappropriate for the profession Some errors in scaling Includes most necessary information,notations and dimensioning Line work is accurate with some faults Poor presentation of drawingsunsuitable for the professional context Lack of scale Incomplete drawings and omittedinformation Carless line workOverall course engagement andcontribution to its activitiesduring the whole study period.( Weekly activities, forums,zoom meetings,…) Outstanding level of engagement Above- average level of engagement Average level of engagement Poor or no engagementGrade for Part B:Comments:

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER

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