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PROJECT CHARTER

1.0 1.1 Name Stakeholder PROJECT PARTICIPANTS The Building of a Community Center at Road North Eastern Settlement in Sangre Grande Project Sponsor: Ministry of the People and Social Development Customers: Glen Ramadarsingh (Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development) Sangre Grande Regional Corporation Industry of business associations Public and private schools College, university and trade schools Residence Contractors: Diamond Construction Company Project Team and Project Manager 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.0 Project Manager Email address and/or Website Project Team Goal Statement Project Manager: Wayne Ferreira Assistant Project Manager: Claire Wheeler Clairewheeler496@gmail.com Camille Brathwaite, Stacey ONeil PROJECT DESCRIPTION To construct a community centre with the following dimensions 61Ft in Length and 30Ft in Width at Road #1 North Eastern Settlement, Sangre Grande. Completion of the project must be achieved by August 15, 2013. The Ministry of the People and Social Development has identified the community of Road #1 North Eastern Settlement as an at risk community since there have been an increase in crime and lawlessness with the youths of this community. Road #1 North Eastern Settlement is a community that has 75% of its population between the ages of 12 thru 35. It has been acknowledged that there are no training or recreational facilities available for the youths to be able to receive life training skills. The community center will be built to serve the social and educational needs of the community. There is a need for a centralized location where adult training programs, community events, home work/computer center and private functions can be held.

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Description and or Background

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Objectives

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Scope

PROJECT DESCRIPTION (CONTINUED) To coordinate the construction of a Community Center at Road #1 North Eastern Settlement and to oversee and recommend on all aspects from partnership, funding arrangement, construction and completion. Upon completion project should include the following as described below and in detailed in Appendix I: Landscaping Foundation with poured concrete and concrete blocks Main building (brick) Asphalt paved parking for 15 cars see Section 2.3 and Appendix I Air conditioning, landscaping, finish work, including inside and exterior doors, interior cabinetry and cabinetry hardware, bathroom fixtures, kitchen appliances, counter tops, backsplash material and flooring will be selected by contractor grade one quality option. Lighting fixtures

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Deliverables

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Start Date: February 1, 2013 End Date: August 15, 2013 Progress reports will be prepared on a weekly basis Status reports will be prepared every month COST ESTIMATE Estimated cost 3.5 million dollars (TTD) MILESTONES As described in Section 2.3 completion of the project must be achieved by August 15, 2013. Progress milestones associated with this project are as follows: 1. Building permit approved 2. Site preparation and clearing complete 3. Foundation excavation complete 4. Foundation set and poured, 5. Block construction complete 6. Roof complete 7. Interior plumbing complete 8. Exterior plumbing complete 9. exterior wiring complete 10.Interior wiring complete 11.Air conditioning complete 12.Landscape and parking area complete 13.Exterior finish complete 14.Exterior finish complete 15.Site visit 16.Certificate of Occupancy granted 17.Acceptance review and key turnover complete

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Costing Progress Milestones January 15, 2013 January 25, 2013 February 1, 2013 February 15, 2013 March 28, 2013 April 25, 2013 May 2, 2013 May 2, 2013 May 2, 2013 May 16, 2013 June 6, 2013 June 6, 2013 June 21, 2013 July 15, 2013 July 30, 2013 August 5, 2013 August 15, 2013

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ASSUMPTIONS, CONSTRAINTS, DEPENDENCIES, IMPACTS AND RISK Assumptions 1. The land will be acquired by the Ministry of the People and Social Development 2. Project will be completed within time, scope, quality and budget Constraints 1. Town and Country has disapproved the construction of septic tanks on this facility. The necessary approvals from the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) will have to be acquired in order to connect to the sewer system. 2. If funding is not released on time it will affect the completion of the project 3. Inclement weather 4. Increase in cost of construction materials 5. Stakeholder involvement 1. Theft of materials 2. Vandalization of construction site 3. Noise pollution Roles and Responsibility Project Manager Assistant Project Manager Quality Assurance Officer Administrative Assistant

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Risks

Name/Signatures Wayne Ferreira Claire Wheeler Camille Brathwaite Stacey ONeil

We agree that this is a viable project. We authorize the beginning of the Project Planning Stage. Signature: Date: Project Sponsor Signature: Date: Senior Manager

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APPENDIX I 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Auditorium 61ft L X 30ftW Toilet facilities for both male and female 1 furnish kitchen 12ft L X 10 ft W Raised stage 19ft length x 10ft w - raised 8-10 off the ground 2 multi-purpose rooms 12 ft L X 10ft W and 10ft L X 10ft W Air conditioning Paved parking for 15 cars Landscaping Office

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