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Course Series in
Conservation and Renewal of Urban Buildings

In this program, students master solutions associated with existing asset evaluation of damage and deterioration; preservation and rehabilitation of existing assets and urban spaces; repair and re-use of materials associated with cost control; and best practices in adaptive re-use and sustainability. Topics include management and renewal of public and private physical assets, including built infrastructure, and fixed plants such as urban buildings, airports, hospitals, broadband networks, and interior and open-air private and public spaces.

For more information, contact Lamya Amleh, Academic Coordinator, at

Those who successfully complete this course series are eligible to earn a Professional Development Award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education.

Required Courses

CKAM 160   Infrastructure Asset Management:  Infrastructure Repair
CKAM 170   Infrastructure Asset Management:  Sustainable Building Design
CKAM 180   Infrastructure Asset Management:  Preservation and Future Assets

Once you have successfully completed the courses, email The Chang School at with your name, student number, and the course series you have completed. Upon verification, you will receive your professional development award.