Sep 27, 2022  
2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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AE 4711 - Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Design-Build Senior Project I

1 lecture hours 1 lab hours 1 credits
This course is the first part of a three-part series in designing a building for a real life client using the design build project delivery method. The course concentrates on developing the required program a designer must complete in order to understand the clients building and design goals and requirements. The students must understand spatial relationships, building users, building codes and budget constraints in the development of the final program. The program is then used in the other senior project courses, AE 4721 /CM 4721  and AE 4731 /CM 4731 , as a basis of the design for the building. Other topics include organization, team building, client interviewing skills, LEED and sustainable development, space analysis, building code review, building type research, value engineering and CADD. BSAE students should registers for AE-4711; BSCM students should register for CM-4711; five-year, two-degree BSAE/BSCM students would register for AE-4711 in their fourth year and CM-4711 in their fifth year. Students must take this course in consecutive terms with AE-4721/CM-4721, followed by AE-4731/CM-4731. (prereq: senior standing or fifth year standing in BSAE/BSCM five-year program)



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