Engineering Economic Analysis
The Portland State University School of Engineering and Applied Science has determined the need for large facilities based on projected enrollment growth and increased demand for expanded programs, both of which have been driven by the rapid growth of Portland as an industrial center. This research project reviews the evolution of the SEAS building to what it is today, and analyzes the preferred SEAS building alternatives from an economic point of view.
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Aunyakamol, Pakdee; Boonbutra, Ravee; Khalaf, Rami; Kittidacha, Wirit; Olive, Leonard; and Rodriguez, Jose R., "An Economic Analysis of the Proposed PSU SEAS Building" (2000). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1949.
This project is only available to students, staff, and faculty of Portland State University