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CON 101 preface-3201

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CON 101- WHAT IS IT? CORE FOR CONSTR PROGRAM SATISFIES HUMANITIES SATISFIES Historical Awareness
CON 101- OBJECTIVES: GAIN A RESPECT FOR OUR ANCESTORS LEARN FROM HISTORY & OTHER CULTURES
“ERAs and AGES” PALEOLITHIC - 380,000 BC to 9000 BC
“ERAs and AGES” MESOLITHIC 9000 BC to 8000 BC
“ERAs and AGES” NEOLITHIC - 8000 BC to 3500 BC
“ERAs and AGES” BRONZE AGE - 3500 BC to 1200 BC
“ERAs and AGES” IRON AGE - 1200 BC to 550 BC
“ERAs and AGES” GRECIAN ERA - 550 BC to 100 BC
“ERAs and AGES” ROMAN ERA - 500 BC to AD 500
“ERAs and AGES” DARK AGES - AD 476 to AD 1000
“ERAs and AGES” MIDDLE AGES - AD 500 to AD 1500
“ERAs and AGES” RENAISSANCE - AD 1300 to AD 1600
FAMOUS QUOTE - Winston Churchill “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”
BUILT ENVIRONMENT EXPRESSES: * RELIGIOUS BELIEFS * SOCIAL MORES * POLITICAL STATE * ECONOMIC CONDITIONS * MENTAL CAPACITY * TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES
THE BASIC QUESTION DID MAN “DRIVE’ TECHNOLOGY, OR DID TECHNOLOGY “DRIVE” MAN?
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS * BUILDINGS * BRIDGES * FUNERARY (BURIAL) * WATER SUPPLY * ROADS * TUNNELS * DAMS
WHAT CAN WE LEARN? * SITE SELECTION & PREPARATION * OPERATIONAL SEQUENCE * EQUIPMENT USED * CONVEYANCE METHODS * SAFETY STANDARDS * ETHICS * BUILDING CODES
EVOLUTION OF BUILDING TECHNIQUES DEPENDENT ON: * MATERIALS * EQUIPMENT * LABOR * NEEDS OF SOCIETY STATE OF ECONOMY * TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT
7.) THE “CONNECTION” (BETWEEN CONSTRUCTION & CULTURE) THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT REFLECTS THE CULTURE OF THE BUILDERS » PYRAMIDS » COLISEUM » HIGHWAYS
8.) THE “CONNECTION” (IN THE WAY WE LIVE) BUILDINGS REFLECT THE VALUES & SPIRIT OF THOSE WHO BUILT THEM AND THEY REFLECT THE CULTURE & LIFE STYLE OF THOSE WHO LIVED IN THEM * BUILDINGS REFLECT THE VALUES & SPIRIT OF THOSE WHO BUILT THEM AND THEY * REFLECT THE CULTURE & LIFE STYLE OF THOSE WHO LIVED IN THEM
Created by: natuttl1