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Infrastructure – Planning, Design and Maintenance of Road Projects in Urban Areas

Code

CE-INF5

Version

2.0

Offered by

Civil Engineering

ECTS

5

Prerequisites

For exchange/transfer students:
General admission requirements and CE-INF1, or similar knowledge.

Main purpose

For the student to acquire knowledge of the processes and stakeholders involved in road infrastructure projects in urban areas, from initial ideas to operation and maintenance.
Furthermore, the purpose is to gain an understanding of the documentation required at each project phase, for projects such as parking spaces and traffic terminals in urban areas.

Knowledge

After completion of the course, the student must have the knowledge of:
• Workflows and roles of stakeholders involved in urban infrastructure projects, from initial ideas to operation and maintenance
• Project documentation for urban infrastructure projects in preliminary design phase
• Project documentation for urban infrastructure projects in detail design phase
• Project documentation for urban infrastructure projects in tender phase
• Project documentation for urban infrastructure projects in operation and maintenance phase

Skills

After completion of the course, the student must have the skills to:
• Identify which stakeholders are involved in an urban infrastructure project at each project phases
• Describe the roles of stakeholders involved in an urban infrastructure project at each project phases
• Plan and design urban infrastructure projects, such as parking spaces and traffic terminals and speed reducers

Competences

After completion of this course, the student must have the competences to:
• Manage a simple road infrastructure project in urban areas from initial ideas to operation and maintenance phase

Topics

 

Teaching methods and study activities

4 lessons per week for 12 weeks will be implemented, corresponding to a 137.5-hour workload for the student. Study activities are:
  • Lectures taught in class
  • Consultation
  • Excursions 
  • Self-study
  • Group and course works

 

Student Activity Model
CATEGORY 1 (Participation of lecturer and students, Initiated by the lecturer - 27%)
Comprises 48 lessons of 45 minutes (36 hours) varying between lectures, exercises, course assignments and tests  

CATEGORY 2 (Participation of students, Initiated by the lecturer - 65%)
Homework, course assignments, self-study and preparation for tests (90.5 timer).
CATEGORY 3 (Participation of students, initiated by students - 8%)
Comprise freedom in choosing method to work with assignments, self-study, study groups and literature search (11 hours)
CATEGORY 4 (Participation of lecturer and students, initiated by students - 0%)

Resources

Evaluation


 

Examination

Prerequisites:
None
 
Type of examination:
A grade is given based on course assignments and tests.
Course assignments (4) counts 60% of the final grade and test count 40%.
 
Allowed tools:
Not applicable
 
Re-exams:
Individual oral exam without preparation based upon a subject found by draw.
Any second resit is an individual oral exam without preparation based upon a subject found by draw, similar to the first re-exam.

Grading criteria

Grading based on the Danish 7-point scale.

Additional information

 

Responsible

Katrine Steenbach

Valid from

8/1/2020 12:00:00 AM

Course type

Civil Works

Keywords

Workflows and roles of stakeholders, project phases, project documentation