Why Buildings Fail Part 2: Fundamental Errors at the Outset of a Project
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The design professional is faced with the tremendous challenge of anticipating, predicting, and mitigating against all possible modes of failure. This course addresses errors that occur at the earliest concept and planning stages of a project, with examples of past failures and discussions of how they could have been avoided. This course is one of a six-part series that investigates the sources of building failure. Each part can be taken as an individual course. In 2022, this material was reviewed and updated to remain timely but was not extensively rewritten.
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