Coursework Tasks to be Completed by Students You are required to write an individual report including the following: A. For the Smith’s Dock site at North Shields in Newcastle, the project aims to develop a sustainable housing scheme with consideration for inclusive living B. Analyse the project and propose an appropriate Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and offsite construction methodology for the project. Your proposed method needs to be justified by providing the advantages of the method for the project. C. Identify 3 major challenges in the planning, design and construction phases of your project that can be addressed by Building Information Modeling (BIM). The challenges must be specific to Smith’s Dock site and the project option, and the MMC method that you selected. D. Describe the potential consequences of not properly addressing the three challenges to the project time, cost, quality, safety, sustainability, and/or productivity (you need to clearly explain how each challenge could negatively impact one or more of these items). E. For each challenge, develop a BIM-enabled solution and describe how BIM can address the challenge, and improve project time, cost, quality, safety, sustainability, and/or productivity. The solutions must be tailored to the Smith’s Dock project, and your selected project option. You can exemplify the solution with some illustrations from the BIM model you develop for the Smith’s Dock project. The report shall include the following sections: – Section 1. Executive Summary o This section provides a brief introduction about the project, the proposed MMC method, the type of the challenges you identified, and a brief description of your solutions. o The maximum word count for this section is 500. – Section 2. Proposed MMC Method o This section describes what MMC and off-site construction methodology you propose for the Smith’s Dock project, and the reasons for proposing this method along with its advantages for this project (item B above) o The maximum word count for this section is 750. – Section 3. Identified Challenges o Challenge 1: Description of the challenge and its consequences (item C and D above) MCE | Learning and Teaching Page 3 of 4 o Challenge 2: Description of the challenge and its consequences (item C and D above) o Challenge 3: Description of the challenge and its consequences (item C and D above) o There is no word count limit for this section. – Section 4. BIM-enabled Solutions: o Solution 1 to Challenge 1: Description of the solution to challenge 1 (item E above) o Solution 2 to Challenge 2: Description of the solution to challenge 2 (item E above) o Solution 3 to Challenge 3: Description of the solution to challenge 3 (item E above) o There is no word count limit for this section. – Section 5. References: oFollow the referencing style specifified below. The number of words in the reference section does not count.