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Exploring The Project Management Life Cycle: A Case Study of The Lumut Balai Epc Project In The Geothermal Energy Industry
This study is based on the Project Management Life Cycle (PM Life Cycle) and examines the final life cycle of the PM Life Cycle. The PM Life Cycle consists of five processes, initiating, planning, executing, monitoring & controlling, and closing. The study focuses on the initiation, planning, and execution processes of an EPC project in the geothermal industry, specifically Lumut Balai Unit 2. The study investigates the key elements of each process, including project scope and deliverables, stakeholder mapping and management, risk registration, contract, and customer requirements, and the work breakdown structure. The study also examines the execution process, including conceptual design, front-end engineering design (FEED), detailed engineering design, procurement, construction, and testing and commissioning. By following the PM Life Cycle processes, this study aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of project management and to identify critical success factors that can be applied to future projects. The conceptual model focuses on the simplified business process, command chain, and reporting procedure between the owner and the consortium during the execution and control phases. The results are based on literature review and data collection from the project's initiation to the current phase of execution and control.