Shane Goodman, Construction Management


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 After completion of my final thesis report I gathered the necessary information and compiled a powerpoint presentation that was presented on April 14th, 2009. The presentation gives an overview of my building, the DITC, and goes into my analyses of designing the design model, prefab with precast brick panels, and modularization of the interior walls. The powerpoint is available below along with two 4D videos that were created for the presentation.

PowerPoint Slides (.pptx)

PowerPoint Slides (.ppt)

PowerPoint Slides (.pdf)

4D Milestone Model Video

4D CPM Model Video




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