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Hoover Dam (AIA# TCEHOO) (2 credit hours)
This course is a synopsis of the design and construction of the Hoover Dam, an early twentieth century project that was on the forefront of engineering technology. Conceived following the end of World War I, the period of the 1920's saw a huge contrast in American culture and financial dynamics. This course details the contributions of several engineers, manufacturers, and contractors who participated in one of the greatest and most formidable projects of the twentieth century. It also details the huge impact that this remarkable achievement had on the growth of our nation.
Dom Perrotta
Understand the obstacles that confronted early engineers. 
 
Learn how early engineers coped with limited technology and very few resources.  
 
Acknowledge the roles that federal government officials and engineers played in the approval and development of one of the world's most well-known projects.  
 
Discover how leadership played such a major factor in this project.
 
Enhance your skills by learning the strategies used by the early engineers, project managers, and construction management.

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