Q1,Q2, Q3 – 450 words ($7.5)Q1. Reflect on Chapter 12:Resource Management Identify what you thought was the most important concept(s), method(s), term(s), and/or any other thing that you felt was worthy of your understanding. Also, provide a graduate-level response to each of the following questionsQ2. Consider a project to build a bridge over a river gorge. What are some of the resource constraints that would make this project challenging?Q3. It has been argued that a project schedule that has not been resource-leveled is useless. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why or why not?.——————————————————————————————————————————————-Q4. Activity 13 in Separate document – 4 full pages(excluding references) ($20)Case Study 12.2: “First Come, First Served”: Resource Challenges for Sunrise RestorationThis case is intended to highlight the challenges in resource assignment, particularly in the common cases where project managers within the same firm are competing with each other for the use of scarce and valuable human resources to accomplish their tasks. Without clear guidance from top management and a valid priority system, the ability to acquire resources is often the result of chaotic bargaining and negotiation among equals. This case is based on a real situation and the outcomes were very much in line with the way they are described in the case. The business owner did not want to simply invest in more resources for fear that they would be underutilized. He much preferred the system of negotiating among his project managers, even if that led to inefficient utilization of the resources that were available. Students can be asked to take the side of the owner or Tyler to debate the options that Sunrise can use to manage its resources.QuestionsDescribe some of the resource constraints that Sunrise and its project managers are facing.Is Sunrise’s current model of prioritizing resource assignments viable? Why or why not?How could technology alleviate some of Sunrise’s resource management issues?Would Tyler’s suggestion to hire additional technicians and purchase more equipment solve the resource problems at Sunrise? Why or why not?