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Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho n.º 8060/2020 - 19/08/2020

6 ECTS; 1º Ano, 1º Semestre, 42,0 TP

- Jorge Morarji dos Remédios Dias Mascarenhas
- Luis Filipe Rocha de Almeida

Not aplicable

A-Know the various processes of execution in construction works; including execution techniques, function of materials, execution sequences, equipment involved, advantages and disadvantages of each process.
B-Ability to recognize the various equipment, understand decisions on the choice of appropriate processes and means employed as well as good environmental enforcement practices and good compliance with applicable legislation.
C-The curricular unit also aims to train basic management of works, namely in:
Measurement of activities at project level and on site; Interpretation of the temporal and physical planning of the work, of the activity and understanding the concept of price review

I-Building Construction Processes and Techniques
1-Preparatory work
3-Land movements
4-Terrain Improvement
5-Provisional contentions
6-Definitive contentions slope stabilization
8-Exterior wall (functional requirements)
9-Walls interior partitions
10-Structures (and pavements) of buildings
11-Roofs, structures and functional requirements
12-Formwork; traditional, standardized
13-Heavy prefabrication metal, cold formed profiles (light steel)
14-Finishes: floor tiles wall cladding, cladding of ceilings, surface protection and finishing
15-Installations and equipment (indoors and outdoors)
16-Infra-structures: waters, sewage, electricity, gas and telecommunications

II. Construction management
1-Introduction to Construction Planning
3-Price composition
4-Direct and indirect costs
6-Budgeting / cost evaluation
7-Cost analysis and planned budgeting
8-Planning procedures
9-New IT methods and construction supervision

Evaluation Methodology
Continuous assessment during the period of contact (time of attendance):
It comprises two parts corresponding to each part (I and II) indicated in the syllabus.
In each part, the assessment consists of a written test (rated at 20 points) and an oral defense (rated at 20 points). The classification (final) of each part (CP1 and CP2) corresponds to the sum of the classification of the written test, with a weight of 70%, and the oral defense, with a weight of 30%.
CP1 = written test P1 (70% weight) + P1 defense (30% weight)
CP2 = written test P2 (70% weight) + P2 defense (30% weight)
The final classification of the UC corresponds to the sum of the classifications of each part with the following weights:
Final classification = CP1 (60% weight) + CP2 (40% weight)
Students are approved (exam waiver) if the final grade is greater than or equal to 10 values.
Assessment by exam (exam periods, appeal exams and special exams):
It comprises a written test quoted for 20 values. Students are approved if the classification of the written exam is greater than or equal to 10 values.

- Neufert, E. (1916). Arte de projetar em arquitectura. Lisboa: Gustav Gil
- Mascarenhas, J. (2009). Sistemas de Construção Vol.I, Implantações, Fundações. (Vol. I). Lisboa: Livros Horizonte
- Mascarenhas, J. (2007). Sistemas de Construção, Vol.II, Paredes. (Vol. II). Lisboa: Livros Horizonte
- Mascarenhas, J. (2008). Sistemas de Construção Vol IV, Coberturas planas. (Vol. 4). Lisboa: Livros Horizonte

Teaching Method
The expository method is used to explain the main theoretical themes is use audio-visual illustrations with various details of the execution of the construction processes and the analysis of current management documents in the construction.
During the presentation of practical cases, students will always have the opportunity to ask questions allowing to understand the technical suitability and economic solutions and understand the most appropriate choice.

Software used in class
Not aplicable




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