Course Details

Technology of Constructions 2

BW004 course is part of 3 study plans

Bc. full-t. program nB > S compulsory Winter Semester 4th year 4 credits

Bc. combi. program nBK > S compulsory Winter Semester 4th year 4 credits

Bc. full-t. program nBA > S compulsory Winter Semester 4th year 4 credits

The subject follows on from Technology of Constructions 1 and covers the area of building processes, linked with the erection of constructions, interior and finishing work. Principles of the manufacturing, transportation and storage of prefabricated components. Preparedness of the construction site for assembly. Procedures used in the assembly of reinforced concrete and steel structures. Issues connected with interior and finishing processes, principles governing their performance, sequence of activities, preparedness for construction at the place of work, mutual relationships and their coordination. Quality and safety requirements, and requirements with regard to the environment.

Course Guarantor

doc. Ing. Vít Motyčka, CSc.

Institute

Institute of Technology, Mechanization and Construction Management

Learning outcomes

Students will acquire knowledge about the preparation and execution of selected construction sub-processes. They will be able to draft project documentation for construction sub-processes connected with basic upper structures, as well as interior and finishing work, and will be trained in assessing preparedness for construction using these processes. Students will learn about the mechanical equipment and mechanisation involved in such processes, and basic occupational safety rules. The monitored outputs of the course consist of prepared technical documentation for selected studied construction sub-processes.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of building design principles.

Corequisites

Extending knowledge in field of building construction designing.

Planned educational activities and teaching methods

Teaching methods include field trips to already implemented structures (primarily building structures), with the focus on assembly and interior/finishing work. The tuition also involves the drafting of technical designs for selected construction sub-processes and their presentation during the educational process.

Forms and criteria of assessment

The conditions for course completion are: obligatory seminar attendance, and successfully completed assignments regarding technical documentation concerning construction sub-processes, these assignments being produced to obtain the credit for the subject. The subject is tested by an exam.

Objective

The course objective is to teach the students to make a technological regulation of the selected partial construction processes of rough construction and finishing works and to be able to use these elaborated documents in practice for the construction execution.

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Vymezení kontrolované výuky a způsob jejího provádění stanoví každoročně aktualizovaná vyhláška garanta předmětu.

Lecture

2 hours/week, 13 weeks, elective

Syllabus of lectures

1. Assembly processes. Assembly of buildings from prefabricated reinforced concrete components. Principles of the production, transportation and storage of prefabricated components. Assembly procedures.
2. Assembly of steel structures. Production of structural elements, principles of haulage and storage. Optimisation of assembly methods and procedures.
3. Introduction to issues concerned with interior and finishing processes. Sequence of individual processes, their relationships and coordination.
4. Principles of constructing dividing walls using masonry or glass blocks, or assembled segments/ skeletons.
5. Installation processes. Construction of interior sewage systems. Water and central heating distribution systems. Installation of inner gas duct and air handling distribution systems.
6. Insulation of buildings against water, heat, noise, vibration and chemicals. Flow-charts, readiness for construction, relationships, quality control, tests.
7. Assembly of items for the filling of openings – windows, door panels, locksmith’s products, built-in furniture, etc. Readiness for construction, working procedures, types of anchoring.
8. Surface treatments for building structures – interior and external plasterwork, types, flow-charts.
9. External thermal insulation cladding technology, systems, flow-charts. Quality conditions.
10. Execution of interior and external linings, systems, technical procedures, requirements for construction readiness.
11. Construction of ceiling soffits. Systems, readiness of the base, technical procedures. Time requirements.
12. Laying of floors and paving. Types, material variants. Working procedures, requirements for technical breaks.
13. Paints and coatings for walls, timber and steel structures. Types of paint and coating materials, their classification and applicability.

Practice

2 hours/week, 13 weeks, compulsory

Syllabus of practice

1.-3. Assembly of precast reinforced concrete frame system, designing the composition of such a system and listing its elements, assembly procedure, selection of an assembly crane, work aids, composition of work crews, temporal progression of work.
4.-6. Interior distribution systems, technical documentation (water, sewage systems, electricity). Preparedness for construction, material selection, execution procedure.
7.-9. Application of interior plastering, preparedness for construction, utilised materials, work crew composition, mechanical equipment and work tools. Execution procedure, time schedule for carrying out interior plastering on the structure in question.
10.-12. Floor laying, selection of floor surfaces, preparedness for construction, listing materials, work tools and aids, working procedures.
13. Assessment of completed tasks, defence of proposed solutions, credit.