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ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 Homework No. 7 Assigned: Class 6b Page 1 of 7 SUMMARY OF READING AND UPCOMING DELIVERABLES DUE HC E Reading: Converting Need into Demand, or Putting People First (Chapter 9 – Final Ed.) 7b User-Centered Design and Needfinding (Ch 18 - Final Ed.) 7b Model Eliciting Activities (Ch 11 - Final Ed.) Criteria and Evaluation (Section 11.3 - pp. 186-187) 7b Homework Problems [100 Points]: Problem 1 (20 pts): QA10 – School of Construction Engineering & Management 7b checkbld - Problem 2 (20 pts): QA11 – School of Industrial Engineering 7b checkbld - Problem 3 (20 pts): Criteria Construction 7b checkbld - Problem 4 (20 pts): UCD Scavenger Hunt 7b checkbld checkbld Project/MEA: MEA: Peer Review Calibration and Comparison to Expert 7b - checkbld MEA: Peer Review 7b - checkbld Commuter System of 2020: Milestone 2 7b checkbld checkbld HC = Hard copy E = Electronic submission PROBLEM 1 (20 pts) (This problem is to be completed individually ) Question and Answer Session Preparation – Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) Overview: The Division of Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) at Purdue teaches students engineering skills and processes required to construct various types of facilities from project conception through completion and turn-over to the owner (Project Life Cycle). This degree program captures the excitement of the construction industry by offering the students an educational journey that integrates on-campus classes with real world job experience. The goal of this assignment is to familiarize you with the CEM program and some of the major components necessary to Manage and Build Construction projects utilizing engineering knowledge and skills. Assignment: Step 1: Download the Homework #7 answer sheet from the Homework folder on Blackboard. Rename the file with your section number and username and save file to your H: drive. Step 2: Visit the Division of Construction Engineering and Management website at https://engineering.purdue.edu/CEM . Q1. Click the Academics tab. What makes Purdue’s CEM stand out among construction programs nationwide? Hint: How do CEM students at Purdue gain valuable in-the-field experience? Q2. On the Academics tab, click the Industry Opportunities link on the right side of the page to go to the Job Search page. If you have trouble, use this URL: https://engineering.purdue.edu/CEM/Academics/IndustryOpps . Click the Search button without typing anything in the Query box to display a list of job opportunities in the construction industry. Browse a few of these jobs and then list what construction engineers and managers do. Identify one job you’d like to know more about. Q3. Follow this link: https://engineering.purdue.edu/CEM/AboutUs/News/Events/OurCEMInternsAtWork to view photos of our current CEM students at work during the summer and the types of projects on
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ENGR 13100 Fall 2010 Homework No. 7 Assigned: Class 6b Page 2 of 7 which they are working (high-rise building, roads, etc). Identify one type of project you’d want to learn more about.
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