Commercial Construction and Engineering builds on the knowledge gained in Understanding Buildings and Structures & Materials. The environment and constraints impacting on a building construction project are analysed. Construction processes and materials common to many types of commercial building projects are examined. Processes for several ‘trades’ are discussed and construction techniques for significant components such as foundations and basements, concrete shafts and suspended floors. A range of significant plant and equipment is reviewed and other key site management issues considered.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Demonstrate construction and structural principles and practice in the design and construction of medium and high rise commercial construction projects. 2. Evaluate alternative construction systems and communicate construction solutions by means of sketches and drawings to a specialised and non-specialised audience. 3. Critically analyse temporary works and the suitability of plant and equipment for various construction methods. 4. Interpret structural drawings and be conversant with engineering terminology.
There are no co-requisites.
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