Sep 24, 2022  
2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
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AE 4721 - Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Design-Build Senior Project II

1 lecture hours 3 lab hours 3 credits
This is the second of the three-part senior project series. This is a team taught course, taught by architects, structural engineers, HVAC engineers, plumbing and fire protection engineers, building electrical power distribution engineers and construction managers. It continues to emphasize the design-build process and requires an interdisciplinary team of students to utilize their respective engineering design specialty courses or construction management expertise as they design a building and plan for its construction by using estimating, scheduling, budgeting and construction project management techniques. The following phases will be completed: (1) site analysis; (2) preliminary architectural drawings and presentations; (3) architectural design development drawings; (4) preliminary engineering (structural, environmental, electrical) systems analysis; (5) preliminary budget analysis; (6) project scheduling and (7) ongoing project management responsibilities; (8) presentation to clients and other professionals. Four-year BSAE students must register for AE-4721; four-year BSCM students must register for CM- 4721; five-year BASE/BSCM two-degree students must register for AE-4721 in their fourth year and four CM-4721 in their fifth year. The three-course sequence 4712/4721/4731 must be taken in consecutive quarters during the same academic year. (prereq: senior standing, AE 4712 )



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