Project Risk Summary Report

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Project Risk Report

June 2014

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Revision History
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|Revision # |Date of Revision |Owner |Summary of Changes |
|01 |06/08/2014 | |DRAFT Released |
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2 1.1 Purpose 2 1.2 Scope 2 1.3 Document Maintenance 2
2. Top 10 Risk 3
Appendix A - Project Risk Report A-1 Project Information A-1 Risks (Top 4) from Risk Register A-1 Corrective Action A-2

Introduction

1 Purpose

The purpose of Project Status Summary Report is to provide a consistent approach of reporting the status of project activities across all major capital projects.

2 Scope

The Project Status Report will identify the process (es) used to create, update, and publish the report.

3 Document Maintenance

This document will be reviewed quarterly and updated as needed. This document contains a change (revision) log.

Top 10 Risk

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Status Summary
|Risk # |Description |
|#1 |Given that contractors for tilt wall construction are rare in Louisiana and many out-of-state subcontractors are…...

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