Construction Methods and Materials: Building Interiors (Spring 2013)

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Examine the methods, materials, and systems used in constructing the architectural components of buildings. Topics include drywall construction systems; light gauge metal framing; lath and plaster; brick, stone, concrete, and miscellaneous masonry; iron, steel, and miscellaneous metals and alloys; fireproofing; woods and plastics, including fiberglass-reinforced plastics; fasteners; thermal and moisture protection; dampproofing and waterproofing; doors, windows, glass, and glazing; finish ceilings; finish flooring, including tile and terrazzo; and paints, coatings, stains, primers, and sealers.

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Examine the methods, materials, and systems used in constructing the architectural components of buildings. Topics include drywall construction systems; light gauge metal framing; lath and plaster; brick, stone, concrete, and miscellaneous masonry; iron, steel, and miscellaneous metals and alloys; fireproofing; woods and plastics, including fiberglass-reinforced plastics; fasteners; thermal and moisture protection; dampproofing and waterproofing; doors, windows, glass, and glazing; finish ceilings; finish flooring, including tile and terrazzo; and paints, coatings, stains, primers, and sealers.

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