Dictionary of Construction Terms by Simon Tolson


315815eb5e6dc67-261x361.jpeg Author Simon Tolson
Isbn 9781843117940
File size 1.8MB
Year 2012
Pages 352
Language English
File format PDF
Category architecture


 


Author Simon Tolson Isbn 9781843117940 File size 1.8MB Year 2012 Pages 352 Language English File format PDF Category Architecture Book Description: FacebookTwitterGoogle+TumblrDiggMySpaceShare The Dictionary of Construction Terms offers clear and concise explanations of the most commonly encountered legal and technical terms, phrases and abbreviations used throughout the construction industry. It will save valuable time when searching for an authoritative explanation of a frequently used term and will become a practical reference for construction lawyers, practitioners and students, as well as those in related industries including planning, property and insurance. Why you should buy this book: There is no other all-inclusive collection of legal and technical terms available at present Convenient source of information for lawyers, practitioners and students Includes a list of common technical acronyms (ie. DPC, DPM, FFL) Lists acronyms of common institutions such as the ICE, JCT and ACE Examples of definitions: Modular construction A modern construction method whereby the building is constructed using prefabricated or pre-assembled building sections or modules. The three-dimensional building sections are typically fabricated and assembled in an enclosed factory environment and then delivered to site, ready for installation. Modular construction is aimed at minimising construction time by standardising design components, providing consistent quality and allowing site preparation and building activities to commence concurrently with the construction of the factory-made modules. Snagging The process of formally inspecting the construction works to identify any incomplete works or defects in completed works. A snagging list (or ‘punch list’) is a schedule of defects resulting from this inspection. These items typically need to be rectified prior to the issuing of a completion certificate or handing-over of the works although in some cases a completion certificate will be issued with a snagging list attached.       Download (1.8MB) Old Buildings New Designs Mitchell’s Introduction to Building, 5 edition Exercises in Building Construction, 6th Edition Programme Procurement in Construction: Learning from London 2012 Modern Construction Handbook, 2nd Edition Load more posts

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