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For persons in mechanical systems fields; to enhance understanding of the principle practices and materials typical to wood, masonry, steel and concrete building construction, with an overview of space planning and organization.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have a basic, working understanding of:
Interpret architectural drawings.
Design and select chimney flues for solid fuel heaters.
Describe allocation of space within a building.
Describe stair construction components and other building transportation systems.
Describe doors and windows according to their types and characteristics.
Interpret electrical drawings.
Interpret structural drawings.
Describe construction materials and techniques used for timber, steel and reinforced concrete buildings.
Describe roofing materials, characteristics, application techniques and drainage procedures.
Describe building envelope thermal and vapor control systems.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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