BCN 2253 SYLLABUS - School of Computing and Information

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BCN 2253 – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION DRAWING
COURSE SYLLABUS
FALL 2012
INSTRUCTOR
Prof. Yimin Zhu
Tel: Office 305-348-3517
Fax: 305-348-6255
E-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 11:00am
CATALOG DESCRIPTION
Prepare plans, elevations and sections appropriate to general construction using computer
assisted modeling techniques.
ACCE CATEGORY: CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE
COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
The students are expected to learn the methods of computer assisted building information
modeling in the preparation of construction drawings. The topical contents covered in this
course include:
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Graphic vocabulary
Detail hierarchies, scale, content
Notes, and specifications, reference conventions
Computer applications
PRE-REQUISITIES
BCN 1252 / 1272 - Plans Interpretation
REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS
None
RECOMMENDED REFERENCES
Books
 Brown, W. C. and Dorfmueller, D. P., Print Reading for Construction, The GoodheartWillcox Company, inc., 2005.
 Krygiel, E. and Read, P., Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011, Sybex, 2010.
 Bokmiller, D., Titlow, M., and Whitbread, S., Mastering Autodesk Rivit MEP 2011,
Sybex, 2010.
Revit Architecture
 Online Help: http://docs.autodesk.com/REVIT/2011/ENU/landing.html
 Video Tutorial: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=16104692
 User Guide: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=14997002
 Family Guide: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=13080413
 Workbook and Data Sets:
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http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=8029689&linkID=92430
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Revit MEP
 Online Help: http://docs.autodesk.com/RVTMPJ/2011/ENU/landing.html
 Video Tutorial: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=14844867
 User Guide: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=14997369
 Family Guide: http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=13376617
 Workbook and Data Sets:
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=14973660
SCHOOL’S MISSION
The OHL School of Construction's mission is to provide enlightened leadership to the
construction industry through its graduates; to increase and to improve the body of working
knowledge; and to promote the interdisciplinary transfer of technology. The school also
strives to produce professional construction managers who are informed and participating
citizens with a sense of civic duty and responsibility; persons with a sense of dignity whose
actions express high moral and ethical standards; and professionals who strive to comprehend
the impact of their work on their own lives as well as on the society in which they live.
DROP/ADD DATES
 August 27, 2012 - Last day to add courses; last day to drop courses or withdraw from the
University without incurring financial liability for tuition and fees.
 October 29, 2012 - Last day to drop a course with a DR grade
ATTENDANCE POLICY
Attendance at all scheduled class section is mandatory.
DISABLED STUDENTS
Any student who has a disability and is in need of classroom accommodations should contact
the Office of Disability Services for Students (and optionally this instructor). The TDD/TYY
number of ODSS is 348-3852. The telephone number of ODSS is 348-3532.
ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT
Acts of academic misconduct, e.g., cheating, plagiarism, misrepresentation, etc., will not be
tolerated. A student found to be engaging in such behavior will be charged with academic
misconduct according to the University’s Student Academic Misconduct procedures, see FIU
Student Handbook. Consequences can range from receipt of a failing grade in the class to
expulsion from the University.
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BCN 2253 – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION DRAWING
COURSE OUTLINE
FALL 2012
DATE
DISCUSSION TOPIC
NOTES
Introduction
8/20-8/24
Handouts
Review of Print Reading
Handouts
Building Information Modeling
Chapters (A - 2011) 2, 4, 5, 6, 7,
User Interface
8/27 – 8/31
and 8
Creating a Project
Opening and Saving Revit files
Labor Day (9/3) No class
Creating Levels and Grids
Chapters (A - 2010) 5 and 6
9/3 – 9/7
Site Design
Guest Presentation (Overview of BIM and
Construction)
Creating Building Elements: Walls, Doors,
Chapters (A - 2010) 7, 8, and 10
9/10 – 9/15
Windows, Columns, Roofs, Ceilings, Floors Homework I due on 9/12
Creating Building Elements (continued)
9/17 – 9/21
Guest Presentation (BIM Applications in
Same as above
Construction)
Creating Building Elements (continued)
9/24 – 9/28
Same as above
Lab
Exam I
Chapter (A- 2010) 11
10/1 – 10/5
Rooms and Areas
Exam I (Week one to six)
Guest presentation (BIM in Construction)
Chapters (A - 2010) 13, 14, 15,
10/8 – 10/12
Document a Project
16, and 17
Homework II due on 10/10
10/15 – 10/19
Document a Project
Chapters (A) - Same as above
Lab
10/22 – 10/26
Presenting a Project
Chapters (A - 2010) 18
Guest presentation (BIM MEP)
Introduction to MEP
10/29 – 11/2
Chapter (MEP - 2011) 4
Duct Systems
Chapter (MEP - 2011) 12
11/5 – 11/9
Piping Systems
Homework III due on 11/7
11/12 – 11/16
Plumbing Systems
Chapters (MEP - 2011) 15
Electrical Systems
11/19 – 11/23
Chapters (MEP - 2011) 17
Guest Presentation (BIM and Construction)
11/26 – 11/30
Lab
Homework IV due on 11/30
12/3 – 12/7
Exam II
Exam II (Comprehensive)
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BCN 2253 – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION DRAWING
COURSE SYLLABUS
FALL 2012
GRADING
Class Attendance
10% REDUCTION from the overall grade if missing more
than three classes. Students are responsible for signing up for
each class.
40% (Homework I -10%; Homework II -10%; Homework III –
10%; Homework IV – 10%)
60% (Exam I – 20%; Exam II – 40%)
Assignments
Exams
GRADING SCALE:
94% or greater
90%- 93.9%
86% - 89.9%
82% - 85.9%
79% - 81.9%
75% - 78.9%
71%- 74.9%
67%- 70.9%
63%- 66.9%
59% to 62.9%
58% - below
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CREDIT
Three semester credit hours (2 hours and 40 minutes of lecture and lab, three days per week.)
CLASS FORMAT
Hands-on exercises and assignments will teach the content and skills necessary for:
 Developing building information models,
 An appropriate level of understanding of graphic communication elements, and
 Acquiring the skill sets necessary for communicating construction design
information via various technologies.
Students are expected to review all necessary reference material and complete assignments
by published deadlines. The Instructor, and/or lab assistant, will assist students individually
or in small groups.
HOMEWORK
A number of reading and drawing assignments will be given throughout the semester. LATE
WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
NOTE
The Instructor may change this syllabus at any time as necessary.
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