16265 Construction Technology 26cp
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This subject examines construction technology for multiple occupancy, medium density residential buildings. Terminology and construction/design details for typical construction solutions are examined in detail for attached housing, walk up apartments and other medium residential types. The subject explores the main construction systems, processes and principles that construction managers should be familiar with for this type of construction. Students develop an understanding of relevant building regulations and compliance issues. The subject incorporates investigation of alternative construction techniques, materials handling and trade-based construction productivity issues.
The subject provides important principles for professional practice involving onsite construction and strategic construction decision making.
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125