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ARCH 2216 - ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING PROJECT
The study of materials and practices in document preparation for buildings using masonry, steel, and reinforced concrete construction. Investigation and use of local, state and federal codes regulating health and safety. Investigation of construction techniques relating to criteria of permanence, low maintenance and budget requirements. Produce a set of working drawings for a two-level, light commercial/industrial building.

LL Lecture Lab
Description The study of materials and practices in document preparation for buildings using masonry, steel, and reinforced concrete construction. Investigation and use of local, state and federal codes regulating health and safety. Investigation of construction techniques relating to criteria of permanence, low maintenance and budget requirements. Produce a set of working drawings for a two-level, light commercial/industrial building.
Prerequisites (( ARCH 1101 / LL Lecture Lab <min credit = 3.00> and ARCH 1205 / LL Lecture Lab <min credit = 5.00> and ARCH 2206 / LL Lecture Lab <min credit = 4.00> and ARCH 2207 / LL Lecture Lab <min credit = 4.00> ) and ( CAD 1201 / LL Lecture Lab <min credit = 2.00> or Instructor Permission Required from NIELSEN, CHRIS E ))
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Standard

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