Assessment task 1-Project Establishment Documentation

This paper focuses on Assessment task 1. It is about Project Establishment Documentation. For your first assessment task with a weighting of 40%, you will be assuming the role of Architect or Landscape Architect and producing documentation which will confirm your grasp of core concepts

Assessment task 1-Project Establishment Documentation

For your first assessment task with a weighting of 40%, you will be assuming the role of Architect or Landscape Architect. Also, producing documentation which will confirm your grasp of core concepts as they are applied in professional practice. With respect to specific project establishment and early stages of the design process.

You are the owner and director of a small design practice approached to undertake a small public project for a local Council in Sydney. All pieces of documentation that you submit for the Assessment must be placed on a ‘hypothetical’ letterhead. This demonstrates that you understand the expectations placed on registered practitioners. Further,  the nature of formal communications, and the proper addressing of letters to clients and others. Finally, This letterhead and the quality of your written communications form part of the assessable material for this subject.

More details;

What is project documentation?
Project documentation covers documents created during and for the project itself. Examples include the overall project vision, the project plans, the schedule, and the risk analysis. Further, It keeps the team and other stakeholders synced up and informed about project changes, issues, and progress.
Additionally, What is the purpose of project initiation documentation?

The purpose of the Project Initiation Document (PID) is to capture and record basic information needed to correctly define and plan the project. The PID should expand upon the Project Mandate and state what the project is aiming and planning to achieve and the reason for the importance of meeting these aims.

Also, What are the types of project documentation?

Ten of the most common project documents include the project schedule, risk management, the issues log, the project budget, the communication plan, the project status report, the project charter, meeting agenda and minutes, the quality assurance (QA) test plan, and the project management plan.