Brandon Tezak

Construction Management
North Hall
American University, Washington, D.C.

This is a student-generated Capstone Project e-Portfolio (CPEP) produced in conjunction with the AE Senior Thesis e-Studio.


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AE 481W/482 Reflection
AE 481 and AE 482 were unlike any other classes that I have taken in my college career. Both of these courses taught the importance of time management and organization.  The fall semester help me dive even more into my building to learn more about the pieced of the building for the various technical assignments. The spring semester took what I learned about in the fall and expanded on it with my research. I was able to work on my research and analyses on my own schedule which became helpful with the busy schedule that I encountered throughout the semester. These courses have helped my critical thinking, research, time management, organization and writing skills.  

CPEP Reflection
Using the CPEP site for publishing my work was very helpful to be able to share my work with industry members, other students, friends and family.  There was a bit of a learning curve with this since I have no prior website and coding knowledge. It seemed a bit unnecessary to need to turn in a paper copy of each report as well as post the report on my website. An electronic version of the report should be sufficient.   


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