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COURSE OUTLINE

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Date of issue : 1st June 2003
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
Last Amendment : 25th February 2011
SAB 3122
Edition : 5
Procedure No. : FKA/PG/RK/SAB 3122

PRE-REQUISITE : -

EQUIVALENCE : -

LECTURE HOURS : 2 Hours

LECTURER : See Attachment

SYNOPSIS

This course emphasizes on the principles of construction in building and civil engineering works, which
consists of site preparation and layout, earthwork activities, construction of various building elements
such as foundations, floors, walls and roofs. It also covers other important aspects in construction i.e
retaining walls, formworks and scaffoldings. General concepts on industrialized building systems
including precast, prestressed and modular coordination in construction are also introduced. At the end
of the course, the students should be able to describe and distinguish the various building elements,
techniques and systems used in a construction. The students should also be able to demonstrate
capability of working in a team and some acquirement of contemporary knowledge.

PREPARED BY : CERTIFIED BY :

Name : Dr. Khairulzan Yahya Name : Head,


Department of Structures &
Materials

Signature : Signature :

Date : 25th February 2011 Date : 25th February 2011


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SAB 3122
Edition : 5
Procedure No. : FKA/PG/RK/SAB 3122

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of the course, students should be able to :

Programme Taxonomies and Assessment


CO Course Learning Outcomes
Outcome(s) Soft-Skills Methods

Describe and illustrate construction


CO1 tools and techniques used in building PO1 C2 A, T, F
and civil engineering works.

Distinguish between building elements


CO2 and different types of construction PO1, PO3 C4, P1 A, T, F
techniques and tools.

Effectively explain and compare


various types of construction technique A3, C6, CS1, CS2,
CO3 PO1, PO3, PO5 A, F, Pr
used in building and civil engineering CS3
works.

Note : (A – Assignment ; T – Test ; PR – Project ; Q – Quiz; HW – Homework ; Pr – Presentation; F – Final Exam)


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STUDENT LEARNING TIME

Student Learning Time


No. Teaching and Learning Activities
(hours)

1. Face-to-Face Learning

a. Lecturer-Centered Learning

i. Lecture 28

b. Student-Centered Learning (SCL)

i. Laboratory / Tutorial -

Student-centered learning activities – Active Learning,


ii. -
Project Based Learning

2. Self-Directed Learning

Non-face-to-face learning or student-centered learning (SCL)


a. 19
such as manual, assignment, module, e-Learning, etc.

b. Revision 14

c. Assessment Preparations 14

3. Formal Assessment

a. Continuous Assessment 2

b. Final Exam 3

Total (SLT) 80

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

1. Lectures
2. Demonstrations
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WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Week Lecture Topic / Content


1 Introduction to construction industry
1
2 Construction stages and activities

3 Site layout – introduction and the importance of site layout


Information and preparation processes – entrance access, temporary
2 road and parking
4 Temporary buildings, storage area, hoarding and preliminary works
Assignment 1

5 Introduction to construction plants and machineries


3
6 Earthwork – earthwork activities and types of plants and machineries

7 Introduction to foundations
4
8 Shallow and deep foundations

9 Pile
5
10 Pile testing and safety measures in piling works

11 Floors
6
12 Walls

13 Roofs
7 14 Internal fixtures and fittings
Assignment 2

8 MID SEMESTER BREAK


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WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Week Lecture Topic / Content

15 Formwork and falsework. Requirements of a good formwork, types


of formwork.
9 16 Design concepts for a formwork.

17 Scaffoldings : Types.
10
18 Scaffoldings : Safety measures.

19 Retaining walls : Functions and types.


11
20 Retaining walls : Principles of design.

21 External works : roads, pavings, drainage and turf


12
22 Sewerage & water supply system

23 Demolition of building : demolition techniques


13
24 Safety precautions in demolition works

25 Industrialised building system : precast concrete


14
26 Modular coordination

15 27 Students’ project presentations


28 Students’ project presentations

16-18 REVISION WEEK AND FINAL EXAMINATION


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REFERENCES

1. Chudley, R., Construction Technology, 4th Edition. Kuala Lumpur: Addison Wesley Longman Limited,
2007
2. Chudley, R., Advanced Construction Technology, 4th Edition 2002 Update. Kuala Lumpur: Pearson
Education Limited, 2006
3. Abdul Hakim Mohamad, Penyediaan Tapak dan Struktur Bawah, Kuala Lumpur:DBP, 1994.
4. Tan Boon Tong, Teknologi Binaan Bangunan, Kuala Lumpur: DBP, 1995
5. Construction Method and Management, 6th Ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2003.
6. Nunnally, S.W., Managing Construction Equipment (2nd Edition): Prentice Hall, 1999
7. Edward Allen and Joseph Iano, Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, 5 th
Edition: Wiley, 2008
8. Holmes, R., Introduction to Civil Engineering Construction, 2th Ed. , Reading: College of Estate
management, 1995
9. Peurifoy, R.L. and Schexnayder, C.J., Construction Planning, Equipment, and Methods. 6 th Ed. New
York: McGraw Hill, 2002.

GRADING

No. Assessment Number % each % total Dates

1. Assignments 2 25 50

2. Final Exam 1 50 50

Overall Total 100

ATTENDANCE

The student should adhere to the rules of attendance as stated in the University Academic Regulation :-

1. Student must attend not less than 80% of lecture hours as required for the subject.

The student will be prohibited from attending any lecture and assessment activities upon failure to
2.
comply the above requirement. Zero mark will be given to the subject.
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ATTACHMENT

Phone
Lecturers E-Mail Room No.
No.

1. Dr. Khairulzan Yahya khairulzan@utm.my C09-223 31682

2. Dr. Shaiful Amri Mansur shaifulamri@utm.my M46-312 31636

Assoc. Prof. Wan Zulkifli


3. wzulkifli@utm.my/wanzulmy@yahoo.com M46-363 31533
Wan Yusof