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Avoiding Structural Failures During Military Construction Projects

Posted: 07/09/2010

Dr. David Johnston, Professor of construction engineering and management at NC State University discusses the pitfalls that can cause structural failures as they relate to military construction projects. He elaborates on the full lifecycle range of a project and how failures can occur during the construction phase, early-life phase (first few years) and in later phases. He discusses ways to minimize the probability of such failures to ensure that the military contruction projects meet the demands of the services.

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