CEE 5004 : ADAPTIVE REUSE AND REDEVELOPMENT
Course Description :

Principles and practices for adaptive reuse and redevelopment. Value capture and creation from obsolete and underperforming infrastructure systems and facilities. Life cycle cost considerations with a focus on end of useful life decisions. Strategies for circular economic thinking and triple bottom line metrics. Risk assessment and regulatory constraints for adaptive reuse, brownfield redevelopment, and changing societal and environmental demands. Construction technologies and project management for integrated design, modular construction, and future reuse and disassembly.

Specific Course Objectives :
  • Investigate principles and practices for adaptive reuse and redevelopment.
  • Create a plan to capture and create new value from underperforming infrastructure.
  • Apply to circular economic thinking and triple bottom line metrics.
  • Compare life cycle costs associated with multiple design options for infrastructure projects.
  • Perform a risk assessment on adaptive reuse and redevelopment projects.
  • Combine construction technologies and project management strategies for integrated design, modular construction, and future reuse and disassembly.
Course Prerequisite :
Graduate Standing
Hours & Credits :
3H, 3C
Semester Offered :
Spring