Technology 1 (CONS5101)

Level: 
5
Credits: 
15 (0.125 EFTS)
Compulsory: 
Yes
Aim: 
To enable students to understand construction systems suitable for simple industrial building construction within New Zealand.
Pre-requisites / Co-requisites: 
 
Topics include: 

Development of regulatory framework
Building Act, Building Code, Consents process, Compliance, Licensed Building Practitioners scheme, Introduction to the Building Act/Code/Consents/Compliance,
Site Conditions, Proprietary and non-proprietary systems
Construction Systems (foundations, floors, walls, roofs) for Building elements and components(eg, floors, roofs, windows, doors) for simple
industrial buildings; Building Envelope (claddings, coverings, fixings and flashings). Storm water drainage, Cold water supply;Mechanics
Graphical solutions of statically determinate truss frames;
3 equations of static equilibrium; Young's modulus, elasticity, Hook's law.
Timetable: 
Choose your class for this course from the option(s) below. You will need to attend all the sessions in that class to complete the course. Where more than one class number is shown, choose one of them and attend all sessions within that class number. (Note: If a class is held in different locations at the same time, you only need to attend all the sessions in one of the locations.)
There are no classes on public holidays.

Class: 1452

You need to attend all sessions of this class as listed below.

From – ToSessionDayTimeCampus (Room)
26 Feb 18 - 9 Apr 18 LectureMonday08:30 - 12:30 Mt Albert (183-1104)
28 Feb 18 - 11 Apr 18 LectureWednesday08:30 - 12:30 Mt Albert (183-1104)

Class: 1453

You need to attend all sessions of this class as listed below.

From – ToSessionDayTimeCampus (Room)
26 Feb 18 - 9 Apr 18 LectureMonday13:00 - 17:00 Mt Albert (183-1104)
28 Feb 18 - 11 Apr 18 LectureWednesday13:00 - 17:00 Mt Albert (183-1104)
Note: This course is offered as part of Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management), Bachelor of Construction (Property Development), Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics).

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