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How can building information modeling (BIM) not just represent but also simulate building envelopes for air, water leakage, and optimization? This course proposes that this could be our industry “moon shot” to achieve processes, technologies, and organizational transformation to improve envelope performance.
When the question of what to do with older buildings arises, it usually resolves itself to choices of reusing them as is, repairing them, restoring them, repurposing them or replacing them.
When designing floor systems, the best approach is one that is systematic. It begins with consideration of the project climate and moves all the way through selection of the finished flooring materials.
This course presents guidance on the use of sUAS for aerial data acquisition for objects requiring 3D models during the various stages of civil and military projects.
Despite our best efforts to keep it out, water has found its way inside the building. This course examines the question of what to do next. Since abandoning the building to its eventual collapse, is not usually an option.
This course will cover code changes related to Chapters 1, 2, and 11B of the Revision Record of the State of California’s July 1, 2021 Supplement.