25 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: The Integrated Design Project - Concept Design Stage is a series of linked modules running for 14 weeks of the spring semester. The aim of these modules is to give you the opportunity to experience the engineering design process by working on proposals for redevelopment of a real brownfield site located in Sheffield. At the start of this 6 week long module, which is worth a total of 25 credits and is generally referred to as Integrated Design Project - Concept Design Stage Part 1, you will take part in a master-plannning exercise, giving you the opportunity to develop various skills whilst working collaboratively with students from the University's School of Architecture. You will build on the above master-plannning exercise in subsequent parts of the module/project, which involve engineering development of a scheme considering stakeholder requirements, through option identification and evaluation, to the production of design calculations and drawings. Accordingly, you will consider the overall concept/scheme design, where ability to consider and integrate a wide range of issues is more important than detailed design calculations. For the final week of this module, you will explore the `International/Global Context of Engineering', which is worth 5 credits.

Staff Contact: CARR JONATHAN
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Fieldwork, Independent Study
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

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