Introduction to Building provides a comprehensive introduction to various aspects of development and associated building procedures, from initial planning and design through procurement of building work, contractual arrangements and construction techniques. Now in its Fifth Edition, this popular text continues to present an authoritative overview of the many design and practical considerations associated with the creation and maintenance of modern buildings, including repair of existing buildings and traditional construction procedures. Topics covered include the functional requirements of a building: appearance, durability, dimensional suitability, strength and stability, weather exclusion, sound control, thermal comfort, fire protection, lighting and ventilating, sanitation and drainage, security, cost, sustainability, building processes, the building team, communication and construction methods.Building Research Establishment Digest 162 Digest 293 Digest 337 Digest 338 Digest 379 Digest 453 Traffic noise and ... TSO Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Planning Policy Guidance 24 Planning and noiseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mitchell's Introduction to Building|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-07-16|