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TU Graz And TU Vienna Launch Joint University Course

by Brianna - March 8th, 2019.
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“Briefings on 26 May (Vienna) and 31 May (Graz) sustainable construction is becoming the major trend in the construction industry: the holistic approach to ecological, economic and socio-cultural aspects over the entire life cycle” of a building comes increasingly to the fore. In the long term, environmentally friendly solutions for construction projects represent therefore a challenge for the training. The appropriate response to the new requirements of the Vienna University and the Technical University of Graz with the semester University course in sustainable building now offer”, which starts with October for the first time. Interested parties are cordially invited to the briefings on May 26, 2010 in Vienna, and on May 31, 2010 in Graz. No House keeps forever the life and recyclability of materials have a role to play therefore already during the planning, wants to act environmentally and sustainably.

Sustainability means the use and the disposal of buildings plan, environmental impacts and To minimize life cycle cost and to think about the effects on future generations”, explains Peter Maydl, Professor at the Institute for materials testing and building material technology, the course pages of the TU Graz has initiated. Construction belongs to the two or three sectors where the greatest potential for optimisation in terms of more sustainability to future lift it is true”, affirmed Prof. Helmut Rechberger, head of course on the part of the Vienna University of technology, of the Institute of waste management, water quality and resource management. The course Director training with additional benefits with the new University course in sustainable building”want to convey the principles of sustainability in project development, planning and execution, operation and disposal of buildings. “Graduates know the theoretical foundations sustainable development, comprehensively consider the life cycle of a building and the knowledge and tools can” immediately apply in practice. In addition, they acquire the qualification to building energy certificates to create. In addition, the University course recognized by the Austrian society for sustainable real estate management (oGNI) as training to the auditor.

The target group are executives with construction-specific background. Admission requirement is a technical, scientific, legal or economics degree. Non-technical studies five years are to have work experience related to the construction industry. Appropriate experience, even people without a university degree may be admitted.

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