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Ruben A. Gomez, PE
Most builders learn their occupation by following a hands-on field apprenticeship devoted to develop an understanding of conventional construction methods. Similarly happens to many engineers whose training and knowledge has been derived from professors and books written under the wrath of conventional wisdom. However, we must realize that there is a world of unconventional thinking out there that needs to be unveiled for the benefit of us all. This course and all which may follow, deals with those unconventional methodologies that are the result of clever minds trying to solve special problems they encountered in their pursuits. Contrastingly, in more cases than not although they did not derive any fair financial benefits for themselves, however, left behind a wealth of ideas for the rest of us to ponder and follow. Here you will find some of those ideas.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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