the goal is to document the different types of buildings you encounter and define the classifications according to the 5 Different Types of Building Classifications. Review the article from Week One if you need to remember the Different Types of Building Classifications.
1. List three different types of building classifications you encountered during this week. Examples, “While working as an EMT or paramedic, I was in a healthcare facility that I would classify as a Type I (Fire Resistant) based on all concrete walls and steel construction, etc. or while on campus I was in an Type III (Ordinary Construction) because the walls were made of block, but the roof had exposed wooden beams, trusses, etc.”
2. Include Photos in your discussion posts of the types of buildings. If you waited to the last minute and did not take photos, perhaps you can google a photo or at least provide a thorough explanation of the building.