Shawn Pepple • Construction Management • 2008-2009

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Thesis Proposal

Executive Summary and Breadth Studies

Thesis Proposal

Revised Thesis Proposal (2/5/2009)

This thesis proposal is intended to outline the topics I plan to research in the Spring 2009 semester. Four separate analyses will be conducted, all focused on possible improvements made to the Redland Tech Center project in areas of sustainability and energy efficiency. Through these analyses, I hope to improve value of the project to the owner through value engineering, constructability review, schedule reduction, and research of topics identified at the 2008PACE Roundtable Conference.



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