EGR/CE 590 Introduction to Facilities Engineering Systems
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This course is intended to build on a traditional bachelorís degree in an engineering discipline, and introduce the engineer graduate students to a multi-disciplinary approach to engineering and management required in the field of facilities engineering. James Rispoli, the course instructor, is a licensed professional engineer with 15 years experience at installation level: as chief of engineering, chief of facilities planning and programming, director of facilities and public works at a major airport, and director of public works, facilities and environment at a major seaport. Additionally, he was facilities and environmental planning department head for a federal agency, covering installations in a 24 state area. He will bring the practical aspects of facilities engineering and management, along with case studies based on actual situations, to the course material. The students will have the opportunity to evaluate, analyze and propose solutions to facilities engineering challenges as presented in those case studies. 3 credit hours.



James A. Rispoli, Senior Lecturer
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
Mann Hall 310, Box 7908
NCSU Campus
Raleigh, NC 27695

Phone: 919-515-4345
Fax: 919-515-7908
Email: jarispol@ncsu.edu

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