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Site Preparation

ARC 221

Site Preparation

ARC 221

Course Description

Prerequisite: MATH LEVEL 4. Studies fundamentals of site analysis, including utility services, metes and bounds, solar access and restrictions. Teaches elements of surveying including use of instruments, leveling, measurement of angles and distances, contours, location of site elements and development of a site plan from field data. Interprets engineering surveys, introduces landscape design, and studies computer aided design examples. Credit may be earned in ARC 221 or SKCT 105 but not in both. (45-0)

Outcomes and Objectives

Develop knowledge of the techniques and technology relating to site development and surveying.

Objectives:

  • Measure distances
  • Measure angles
  • Perform land surveys
  • Perform land surveys
  • Generate contour maps
  • Compute cut and fill
  • Demonstrate use of survey equipment
  • Perform building site layout