Permeable Walkways with Decomposed Granite and Natural Aggregate Pathway Materials

Start Date
09/23/2017
End Date
09/21/2019
Description
Parks, recreational areas, and common rural and urban spaces can be essential relaxing oases. Pathways that navigate through these public spaces should be functional, durable, and complement the natural environment. This course explores pathway materials and focuses on decomposed granite (DG) and natural aggregates. It discusses the types of pathways, their applications, installation and maintenance, as well as their contribution to green design.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Campus Planning & Design
Parks & Recreation
Residential Design
Rural Landscape
Sustainable Development & Design
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Describe the benefits and drawbacks of a variety of pathway materials and the key elements to consider in the material selection process.
Explain how decomposed granite (DG) and natural aggregate pathway materials support the goals of low impact development and contribute to meeting green design objectives.
Compare three different types of DG and natural aggregate pathways in terms of materials, performance, and suitable applications.
Discuss the installation and maintenance procedures applicable to each type of pathway to ensure a safe, functional, and durable installation.
Instructors
Tiffany Kafka
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Course Codes
AEC1038
Provider
AEC Daily Corporation


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