What is Project Proposal

Project proposal is a written document that can be presented to the client or potential sponsor to receive funding or to get approved. It contains the key information about the project being proposed. It includes the necessary steps to accomplish the objectives and solve existing problems as well the milestones to complete the project. Also, it contains the detailed budget which includes the summation of anticipated cost and expenses.

A good project proposal contains the following components:

•    Project Title
•    Introduction
•    Project Objectives
•    Background of the Project
•    Project Description
•    Steps or Procedures for the Project
•    Project Budget
•    Project Summary and Conclusion

In order to have a successful project proposal, the documents should thoughtfully planned, well prepared and concisely packaged. You can highlights the project’s strength and aspects of the project that are innovative and thinks something that makes your project proposal stand out from others. Also, always create a detailed budget. Write also who will work for the project such as the management team  In addition, in writing the project objectives includes also a list of activities that support each objective.  At the end of the document, include a separate narrative summary of each component of each line item and corresponding purposes. You can search sample project proposal from the internet but of course, it should only used as guidelines and references.

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Dengue Prevention Project Proposal

I.  Activity: Dengue Prevention through Residual Spraying
Venue: PSU campus
Beneficiaries: PSU Students and Employees

II. Proposed Date:  May 05, and 6, 2011

III. Background Rationale:

Records of Dengue cases admitted at the different local hospitals showed that a remarkable number of such cases come from Nueva Ecija.  So we must take the necessary precautions and actions to prevent Dengue from spreading in our campus.
Residual Spraying is one of the means in the prevention and control of spread of the carrier mosquitoes.

IV. Objective

– To prevent the spread of dengue cases in all our campuses.

V. Description

– Activity
Residual spraying of all classrooms, offices, workshops, grounds and facilities

Schedule of spraying is on May 5, and  6, 2011 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

VI. Estimated Budgetary Requirement

Deltamax 2.5 WP (Php550 x 120 sachets)   Php 66,000.00
Equipment and Labor Cost – Php 12,000.00
Food and Snacks    – Php 1,500.00
TOTAL – Php 79,500.00

Prepared and Submitted by:

Ross Ann Carlos
Nurse III

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Project Sample Proposal

Project Type: Two Storey Residential Structure
Project Cost: P3,200,000.00 (Three Million Two Hundred Thousand Pesos)

Scope of Works

I.    General Requirements
a.    Mobilization, Materials Handling
a.    Site Clearing
b.    Temporary Facilities
c.    Demolition
d.    Excavation
e.    Demobilization
f.    Hauling

II.    Concrete Works
a.    Foundation      (Excavation, Pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)        b.    Footing      (Excavation, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
c.    Wall Footing (Excavation, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
d.    Tie Beams (Excavation, formworks, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
e.    Columns (Formworks, scaffolding, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
f.    Beams (Formworks, scaffolding, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
g.    Roof Beams (Formworks, scaffolding, pouring of concrete, steel fabrications)
h.    Concrete Slab Works (Formworks, scaffolding, poring of concrete, steel fabrications)
i.    Canopies
j.    Counter Top
k.    Fencing are excluded
l.    Outdoor slab works are excluded

III.    Masonry Works
a.    CHB Laying and CHB reinforcements
b.    Brick Works (Limited to conservative finish)
c.    Stone Works (Limited to conservative finish)

IV.    Roofing and Tinsmitry
a.    Truss work
b.    Roofing Installations (.40mm thick Rib Type Roofing)
c.    Gutter Installations (Colored S-gutter)

V.    Finishing Works
a.    Plastering
b.    Ceiling Works ( Limited to conservative finish)
c.    Tile Works
-Ground Floor common areas (Granite Tiles .60x.60m)
-Toilet and Bath (.20x.30 and .20x.20m ceramic tiles)
-Counter Top (Granite Tiles .60x.60m)
-Laminated Flooring for al l rooms
-Second floor common areas (Granite Tiles .60x.60m)
d. Painting Works (Interior and exterior painting)
e. Carpentry works , Cabinets(Limited to conservative finish, surface prepared but not painted)
f. Doors (Panel and flush doors, aluminum framed sliding doors, hardware)
g. Windows (Aluminum framed sliding, awning and fixed windows)
h. Landscaping are excluded
XV.            Electrical Works
a.    Electrical rough-ins, power and lighting lines
b.    Main entrance, Panel board
c.    Lighting and power fixtures are excluded (switches, outlets, drop lights, pin lights, other fixtures)

XVI.    Sanitary Works
a.    Septic Vault
b.    Sanitary lines
c.    Installation of fixtures (Bath tub,Shower and heater fixtures are excluded)
d.    Storm drain

XVII.    Plumbing Works
a.    Cold Water line installations
b.    Deep well, pump installations (Excluded)

XVIII.    Metal Works (Stairs,Veranda Steel Railings) (Gate, Fence,Window Grilles, and other items not included in the items are excluded)

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Sample Project Proposal

Project proposal is a written to solve a technical problem according to Mills and Walter (1990).  It is also use as a basis for a feasibility study.  There are three major section of project proposal; introduction, technical section and summary.

Below is an example of project proposal, an excerpt project proposal from Tarlac State University.

I.    Project Profile

A.    Project Title : Linking TSU to the World’s Information Highway via internet
B.    Proponent: Engr. Wilson C. Fallorin, Director , Institute of Computer Studies
C.    Implementing College/Unit: University Research Office
D.    Stand Classification: Information Technology
E.    Project Site: University Research Office and/or Institute of Computer Studies, Tarlac State University
F.      Project Duration: September – December 2002
G.    Total Project Cost: Php 327,000.00
H.    Project Brief Executive Summary:

Internet is a global network of computer networks, linking millions of users around the world.  With internet, enormous information resources are available to the users.

Tarlac State University (TSU), once connected to this global network, can avail of the following services:

1.    File Transfer – which takes up a major portion of the traffic, allows one to copy and/or send files in a computer-to-computer medium, thus, minimizing dispatching time, without the use of messengerial services.
2.    Information Searching and Retrieval – enables a user to access or browse database files in electronic libraries around the world from the comfort of one’s desktop.
3.    Electronic Mail – which takes up a minor portion of data traffic and allows the exchange of electronic messages.
4.    Remote Login – offers users the capability to use computer resources, including supercomputers of other organizations on an agreed term of use.
5.    Online Conferencing or Electronic Bulletin Board – are available from users who want to participate in on going electronic conferences and discussions grouped by subject areas or expertise.

II.    Project Proposal Proper

A.    Rationale:

The Philippines is now a node in the world’s information highway.  This followed after country’s connection with INTERNET, was finalized with the installation of the required communication facilities and full operation of PHNet.

PHNet was created with the support of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), De La Salle University (DLSU), and the University of the Philippines at Diliman and Los Banos, to study the viability of establishing PHNet.  Other organizations and experts were also consulted in the process.

Considering the increasing demand for PHNet services, as seen in Phase 1 operation, DOST committed support for the first year operation of Phase 2, that is establishing a 64 kbps link to Internet (US)

This facility links nine primary nodes in four regions of the country – DOST, AMDU, DLSU, UP Diliman, UPLB, University of Santo Tomas, University of San Carlos (Cebu) Xavier University (Cagayan de Oro) and Saint Louis University (Baguio)

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