Essay about Denver Airport Communication Plan

1339 Words Apr 15th, 2013 6 Pages
Denver International Airport

Project Communication Plan

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Date: 6/15/12
Version: Master Plan

Document Purpose
Communication is a critical component in project delivery. It must be delivered in a timely and effective manner to all project stakeholders in order to meet objectives and achieve project goals. This document will detail the execution of all communication regarding the Denver Airport Project. This includes, but is not limited to, communication to and from executives, managers, and the project team. It will also discuss the means and frequency by which communication will be delivered.

The Denver International Airport project consists of designing and constructing a new airport, based upon a
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Project Role | Responsibility | Customer – City of Denver | Approving scope changes(i.e. opening day, design specifications), hiring project employees, and providing funds | Engineering – Grenier Engineering | Engineering, architecture, and airport planning | Engineering – Morrison-Knudsen Engineering (MKE) | Design-construct firm | Project Team – City of Denver, and Greneir/MKE | Schedule coordination, cost control, information management, and administration of design contracts, general contractors, and subcontractors | Architect – New Orleans firm | Create standards unifying the entire airport, and take the design of the main terminal only through schematics and design development | Architect – Second architectural firm | Take the project from design development through to construction | Project Management Office | Set project standards, ensure project management standards are followed, gather and produce project information for management review, and guide project managers |

All roles are subject to further definition and clarification. Additional roles may be added throughout the lifecycle of the project.

Communication Matrix
To ensure the successful outcome of this project each individual involved must commit to his or her part within it. In order to do so all individuals must first understand their role and the specific communication activities for which they are responsible.


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