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  • 1. Introduction to The Construction Industry | April 2013 | 1 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & DESIGN Research Unit for Modern Architecture Studies in Southeast Asia Foundation of Natural and Built Environments INTRODUCTION TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY [FNBE 0125] Prerequisite: None Lecturer : Normah Sulaiman . Delliya Mohd.Zain _____________________________________________________________________ Project 1- Introduction to Construction Industry: Building Team 35% marks (20% Group – 15% Individual) Submission date: 27.05.2013 Introduction It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; It’s the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time. David Allan Coe Objectives 1. To enable students to develop an understanding of the building team, its organization, their duties, responsibilities and the inter-relationship within which they will seek employment, career progression or further study. 2. To develop an awareness of their professional responsibilities and to appreciate their profession in the construction industry. Learning Outcomes 1. Explain and illustrate structures of organizations and the team involved in the construction industry. 2. Explain the roles and responsibilities of the entities touching briefly the legal and contractual procedures and impact. 3. Ability to document their observations and understanding from interview session and research resources as well as to communicate their findings in a systematic and convincing presentation and reports.
  • 2. Introduction to The Construction Industry | April 2013 | 2 Tasks (Group - 20%). Part I: In a group of 5 members, your task is to interview the key people in the construction industry. Each team or unit will randomly receive a type of consultant or a contractor or a developer from the list below. Students are required to select a firm of the given type of business and research on the firms. Students will then need to set up an appointment with the company to interview these key people. Students are also required to plan and think of the questions and structure of the interview. They will also need to decide on how to produce an interesting documentary movie. Part II: From the information gathered from the materials, you need to formularize or interpret them to become a creative visual presentation or any physical performance which recorded as video presentation. Total length of video presentation shall not exceed eight (8) minutes. The lists are as below:- Architect Developers Quantity Surveyor Contractors Structural Engineers M&E Engineers Interior Designers Project Management Landscape Architect Tasks (Individual - 15%). Individually, your task is to create an article that would demonstrate your understanding of the chosen elements from Part I and to be featured in your six (6) pages magazine/booklet. Submission Requirement Group 1. Screening Date and Assessment Day Screening Date: 27th May 2013 Venue: LT 6 Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm 2. All videos will be compiled by group leader in a CD with proper CD cover. Individual 1. Six pages** of magazine /booklet to be produce in A4 size, colored, complete with annotations, cover, layout design and photos. (** Total of 6 either double sided or single sides printing).
  • 3. Introduction to The Construction Industry | April 2013 | 3 Assessment Criteria – Group Presentation (Video) General Understanding Quality of form and level of execution of understanding the project brief. Clear visual and verbal communication of the project. Describes play thoroughly and introduction leads to excellent justification of the choice of performance Describes play thoroughly and with a good justification of the choice of performance Fair introduction with acceptable facts being discussed of the performance Minimal discussion on the important facts of the performance No basic facts were discussed on the performance 3.95 – 5.0 3.25 – 3.94 2.5 – 3.24 1.25- 2.44 0 – 1.24 5 Content Thorough research, study, depth and the effectiveness way to communicate information that is relevant to the presentation Evidence of extensive research and study translated into presentation Evidence of very good research and study translated into presentation Evidence of good research and study translated into presentation Evidence of minimal research and study translated into presentation Evidence of lack of research and study translated into presentation 3.95 – 5.0 3.25 – 3.94 2.5 – 3.24 1.25- 2.44 0 – 1.24 5 Creativity Creativity in preparation and presentation content flow- usage of mixed media (video, sound, projection) The works presented with a strong quality of creativity of preparation and presentation of content flow The works presented with a good quality of creativity of preparation and presentation of content flow The works presented a fair creativity of preparation and presentation of content flow The works presented with minimal creativity of preparation and presentation of content flow No evidence of creativity in preparation and presentation of content flow 8.0 - 10 6.5 – 7.9 5.0 – 6.4 2.5 – 4.9 0 – 2.5 10 TOTAL 20 Assessment Criteria – Individual General Understanding Quality of form and level of execution of understanding the project brief. Describes materials thoroughly and introduction leads to excellent justification and study translated in magazine Describes materials thoroughly and with a good justification and study translated in magazine Fair introduction with acceptable facts being discussed on the materials and translated in magazine Minimal discussion on the important facts of the materials in magazine No basic facts were discussed on the materials and in magazine 3.95 – 5.0 3.25 – 3.94 2.5 – 3.24 1.25- 2.44 0 – 1.24 5 Creativity Creativity in preparation, presentation and style. The works presented with a strong quality of creativity of preparation, presentation and style The works presented with a good quality of creativity of preparation, presentation and style The works presented a fair creativity of preparation, presentation and style The works presented with minimal creativity of preparation, presentation and style No evidence of creativity in preparation, presentation and style 8.0 - 10 6.5 – 7.9 5.0 – 6.4 2.5 – 4.9 0 – 2.5 10 TOTAL 15