ARCH 3013 Lecture Segment 3 Introduction to Estimating STUDENTS

ARCH 3013 Lecture Segment 3 Introduction to Estimating STUDENTS

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ARCH 3013 ESTIMATING COURSE NOTES LECTURE SEGMENT #3 INTRODUCTION TO ESTIMATING 1 2 DEFINITIONS TOTALITY OF THE WORK AND A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT The most grandiose of designs lies fallow, unrealized and in a questionable state if it is never constructed.” …. …..the act of architecture is not finished when the design is done, but when the building is built. However, must students see, and are taught, that the design is the end product.” Gerald Weisbach, FAIA “Estimating is the life blood of the construction industry.” …………………….Dr. Bockhorn Construction: The _______________________________________; the process of developing a work project according to a ___________ and a definite program of carefully _____________. Architecture: The ____ and _______ of designing and building structures or large groups of structures. Architecture has an inherent dependency on construction in order for the “design ideas” become reality. Some argue that reality in architecture occurs only when the project is actually built-otherwise it is just “Paper Architecture.” A guide to “Construction Equations” is. (re: Construction in Architecture ) 1  Chapter 6 (pgs. 141-170), Construction of Architecture; From Design to Built ; Author
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ARCH 3013 Lecture Segment 3 Introduction to Estimating STUDENTS

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