Programs & Courses
CADD 173 - Construction Methods
This course presents the functions, concepts, and drawings related to construction methods for projects in the mechanical design, civil design and building design disciplines. Students will have the opportunity to explore these topics for various components of the built environment while incorporating the appropriate codes and specifications. The essential theories of project management as they relate to the engineering environment within the confines of owner specifications and applicable codes will be explored. Students will be introduced to the project manager’s role in the process of coordinating people and projects using various management methods including but not limited to: work breakdown structures, project scheduling, estimating, contract administration, management of change, quality, safety and risk management.
Prerequisite: CADD 121 & CADD 172 Corequisite: CADD 17