This course is a study of residential and commercial construction products and infrastructure systems and will analyze construction projects from concept and documentation to a survey of major structural systems in buildings and other infrastructural projects. It will review the basic structural design concepts and how loads are transferred to determine how building systems are selected and designed, and how other infrastructural structures are selected to suite the purpose of the project, either for “Bottom-up” or “Top-Down” construction, review design documents including drawings and specifications, how the subcontractor bid packages are determined, purchasing of subcontracts, review of the shop drawing process, review of other systems shop drawing coordination process, construction of systems, turn-on and energization, start-up, testing, systems balancing, commissioning of systems, final turn-over, training, demonstration to the Owner, and close-out. Offered by Civil, Environ & Infrastr Engr
. Limited to three attempts.