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Civil Engineering (CIVE)

Civil and Environmental Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

CIVE 4601 [0.5 credit]

Building Pathology and Rehabilitation

Deterioration mechanisms for concrete, timber, steel and masonry structures. Identification of design deficiencies; criteria for selection and design of rehabilitation systems. Design techniques to reduce deterioration in new construction and historical structures. (Also listed as ARCN 4200.)
Prerequisites: fourth-year standing in B.Eng. in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability or
fourth-year standing in B.A.S. concentration in Conservation and Sustainability.
Lectures three hours a week, lab/field work two hours a week.

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