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PCM-Lecture04-Types-of-Construction

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Project and Construction Management Lecture #04 Types of Construction The $ 1,100 Billion market in 2008 was shared like this: Residential Building - 330 $B (30%) Non-Residential Building - 385 $B (35%) - Industrial – 110 $B (10%) - Heavy Construction – 275 $B (25%) Luis A. Prieto-Portar 2009
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Residential Building ($ 330 Billion in 2008) 1- Single Family Housing; 2- Multi-unit Town-houses; 3- High-rise Apartments; 4- Condominiums.
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Single-family residential construction.
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Multi-family residential construction. Moshe Safir’s World’s Fair in 1967, Montreal.
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Temporary military housing in Iraq.
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Turning Torsoa Condominium, Malmö, Sweden by Santiago Calatrava. The Montjuic Communications Tower, Barcelona, also by Santiago Calatrava.
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A three-staged dewatering system to place the foundations of a large building.
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The Boeing Company' s Everett, Washington Factory is where Boeing 747s, 767s, 777s, and the new 787 Dreamliner are built. It is the largest building in the world by volume at 13.3 million m 3 (472 million cu ft) and covers 398,000 m 2 (98.3 acres).
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Non Non-Residential Building Residential Building ($ 385 Billion in 2008) 5- Schools; 6- Universities; 7- Hospitals; 8- Commercial Office Towers; 9- Warehouses; 10- Light Manufacturing Plants; 11- Theaters; 12- Government Buildings; 13- Commercial Malls; 14- Recreational Centers.
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FIU’s Green Library at University Park campus in 1997.
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Tennis on the Burj el Arab and the Jummiera Beach Hotel in Dubai.
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A restaurant in a shopping mall: examples of commercial construction.
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Office paper recovery plant, Wilmington, Maryland at top and small warehouse, bottom.
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The Empire State Building, 1933.
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Modular pre-fabrication of jail cells as a finished product at Riker Island Prison, NY.
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Miami’s Performing Arts Center.
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Recreational construction would include this wooden coaster, the American Eagle, built for Six Flags Great America in Gumee, Illinois.
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