SCOPE + WBS 4
Theproject is undertaken to create a green space within a low-incomeneighborhood. The land, currently employed as a dumping ground is thesize of a city block. The objective is to convert the city block froma dumping site to an appropriate family space. Creation of the greenspace is intended at taking advantage of the land that has been leftunutilized for many years. Most residents within the neighborhoodagree that use of the area, as a dumping ground is a health hazard.Green space is more attractive and acts as land conservation.
Asa low-income neighborhood, most of the residents might be incapableof accessing recreational facilities. Thus, the residents havedemonstrated their support in conversion of the block to create greenspace. Suggestions for the new space include planting trees, flowersand diverse plants, creating walking paths and installation ofplaygrounds. This way parents and children can enjoy time spent inthe space as the land is put to use that is more meaningful. It isnecessary to ensure that the city and residents agree in theirsuggested plan for the land. This is because the residents have beenusing the land for years as a dumping site. By creating a greenspace, the city will also need to provide an alternative dumping sitefor the residents.
A finished green space the size of a city block, suitable for children and parents
Properly installed playgrounds fit for children of all ages.
Suitable plantations for the space, planted in regions where children playing will not destroy them. Plantations should also be attractive and improve the vicinity.
Spacious and accessible walking paths to accommodate people moving in different directions
Green space drawing completed and authorized.
Creation of green space consent approved.
Block preparation and clearing complete.
Complete foundation for walking paths and playgrounds.
Established areas for playgrounds and walking paths.
Planted trees, flowers and different plants
Complete walking paths.
Final Inspection of the green space
Creation of the green space ought to comply with city building codes.
All walking paths and playgrounds should comply with the required size for such constructions.
Structures constructed should meet seismic stability codes.
Trees, flowers and plant selection should meet city requirements for such plantations.
The space is created to meet the needs of the low-income neighborhood. The residents have provided feedback on changes that should be made on the land.
The residents also suggest the types of playgrounds they want in the area.
The project manager is responsible for landscaping.
Services will be contracted from some of the skilled residents.
In case of any necessary changes in creating the green space, the project manager should seek approval from the residents.
Recreation of the land is intended at meeting the low-income residents’ recreational needs.
Requiredcustomer reviews and acceptance criteria
Theresidents of the low-income neighborhood provide their review on thesuggested green space. Residents contribution is important inproviding suggestions on what features they think should be includedin the land. The city also provides reviews and acceptance criteriabased on the plan provided by the project manager.