Certified in Building Construction

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About Course

Civil engineering is a wide profession that comprises of several specializations including construction, structural, transportation, and environmental engineering. Expertise of each discipline is usually utilized in the accomplishment of projects related to the other disciplines of civil engineering. For example, construction engineers would be intimately involved with transport engineers while an airport is being constructed. Construction engineering involves the planning, execution and management of the construction works such as buildings, airports, highways, dams and bridges.

What Will You Learn?

  • The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering has adopted a straightforward set of educational objectives for the Civil Engineering BS graduates. The definition of "objective" in this context means our expectations for our graduates' accomplishments several years after completing the Civil Engineering

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Course Curriculum

Module 1

  • Chapter 1 Building Construction
  • Chapter 2 Site Selection for a building, Orientation and Setting out for construction
  • Chapter 3 Layout Techniques with special reference to buildings Excavation in different types of soils

Module 2

  • Chapter 4 Masonry construction
  • Chapter 5 Types of stone and brick masonry; bonds in brick masonry, Alignments, Plumbs, leveling & cambering
  • Chapter 6 Form work for general in-situ construction, props, bracing and horizontal shuttering platforms
  • Assignments

Module 3

  • Chapter 7 Damp proofing in building, Interior and exterior surface finishes
  • Chapter 8 various types of floors & roofing systems, planner & non- planer roofing system, roof treatments
  • Assignments

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