Sample Road Construction Project Sample Client

Project Description

Sample Road Construction Project

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Project Progress

Project Timing

  • Start
    Feb 01 2018
  • End
    Aug 20 2018

02/01/2018 08/20/2018

100%

Overall Project Completion

  • Project Approval

    While not as commonly noted as other project milestone examples, the first milestone in the course of any project is the initial approval that allows the project to move forward. For internal projects, this milestone often comes in the form of an approval from a department director or other high-level stakeholder. For other projects, this milestone is usually marked by the completion of a sales contract and scope of work. Once the project is approved, project managers begin inputting elements of the project into their chosen project management tool.

    25%
  • Design Approval

    After gathering the customer’s requirements, a project team needs to design a solution that will meet the requirements and fulfill the terms of the scope of work. When the initial design is complete (which often takes months or even years for large projects), the customer needs to review the proposed solution and confirm that it will satisfy the project objectives. This design approval is a significant milestone for projects in fields as diverse as software, construction and marketing, just to name a few.

    75%

  • 50%

    Requirements Review

    Most enterprise projects involve a lengthy process in which the project requirements are defined and gathered through a series of meetings, review sessions, and document exchanges. The project team then typically interprets and consolidates their notes and presents the client with a detailed description of the requirements as they understand them. When the client or customer agrees that the requirements are accurately documented, another major project milestone has been reached.

25%

Project Approval

While not as commonly noted as other project milestone examples, the first milestone in the course of any project is the initial approval that allows the project to move forward. For internal projects, this milestone often comes in the form of an approval from a department director or other high-level stakeholder. For other projects, this milestone is usually marked by the completion of a sales contract and scope of work. Once the project is approved, project managers begin inputting elements of the project into their chosen project management tool.

50%

Requirements Review

Most enterprise projects involve a lengthy process in which the project requirements are defined and gathered through a series of meetings, review sessions, and document exchanges. The project team then typically interprets and consolidates their notes and presents the client with a detailed description of the requirements as they understand them. When the client or customer agrees that the requirements are accurately documented, another major project milestone has been reached.

75%

Design Approval

After gathering the customer’s requirements, a project team needs to design a solution that will meet the requirements and fulfill the terms of the scope of work. When the initial design is complete (which often takes months or even years for large projects), the customer needs to review the proposed solution and confirm that it will satisfy the project objectives. This design approval is a significant milestone for projects in fields as diverse as software, construction and marketing, just to name a few.

Project Phase One 10% Complete

10%
Description
Project Phase One

Project Phase two 45% Complete

45%
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Project Phase two

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