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Site engineering is an art and a science, both functional and aesthetic. This course introduces students to theprinciples and fundamental concepts of landform design and site grading. Students will learn to manipulate contours and direct water flow, as it is applied to landform design and supporting the proposed project activity. Specific topics will include grading principles for terraces and patios, pedestrian and vehicular circulation systems, and athletic fields. Additional topics include construction industry standards for the design of drain inlets, catch basins and manholes, leaching basins, the collection and retention of storm water, and ADA (American with Disability Act) design guidelines. Students will engage site engineering skills through presentations; field trips; weekly exercises and model making.
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