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Soils In Construction

Author : W. L. Schroeder
ISBN : 9781478635246
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A generation of construction-management students has learned from the easy-to-follow, understandable material in Soils in Construction. By keeping math simple and emphasizing construction operations and applications over engineering theory, the authors have created an ideal resource for non-technical, management-focused courses. Students interested in the field applications of soils will gain the knowledge they need to interact confidently with geotechnical engineers in their careers. The book’s extensive discussion of soil materials in the first five chapters is supplemented by an appendix describing testing methods that can easily be adapted to the hands-on component of a course. The remaining seven chapters cover the role that soil materials play in various aspects of construction contracting. Every chapter ends with problems presenting students with the kinds of scenarios they’ll face in the field.

Soils In Construction

Author : W. L. Schroeder
ISBN : 1478634553
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Geotechnical Engineering

Author : Richard Handy
ISBN : 9780071481205
Genre : Science
File Size : 21. 54 MB
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Intended for the United States' civil engineers and students taking soil/geotechnical engineering courses in civil engineering, this title offers information on intermediate foundations, including a method called Geopier.

Estimating Excavation

Author : Deryl Burch
ISBN : 0934041962
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This manual shows you, in simple, easy -to-understand language, how to calculate the amount of dirt you'll have to move, the cost of owning and operating the machines you'll do it with, and finally, how to assign bid prices to each part of the job. Using clear, detailed illustrations and examples, the author makes it easy to follow and duplicate his system. The book ends with a complete sample estimate, from the take-off to completing the bid sheet.Included in this book: -- How to set up & use an organized & logical estimating system -- How to read plans & specs -- Why a site visit is mandatory -- How to assess accessibility & job difficulty -- How soil haracteristics can affect your estimate -- The best ways to evaluate subsurface conditions -- Figuring your overhead -- How to get the information you need from contour maps -- When you have to undercut -- Dealing with irregular regions and odd areas -- Factors for estimating swell and shrinkage -- Balancing the job: spoil & borrow -- Calculating machine owning & operating costs -- The two common methods of estimating earthwork quantities

Craig S Soil Mechanics Seventh Edition

Author : R.F. Craig
ISBN : 9780203494103
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This seventh edition of Soil Mechanics, widely praised for its clarity, depth of explanation and extensive coverage, presents the fundamental principles of soil mechanics and illustrates how they are applied in practical situations. Worked examples throughout the book reinforce the explanations and a range of problems for the reader to solve provide further learning opportunities.

Management Of Construction Projects

Author : John E. Schaufelberger
ISBN : 9781315529080
Genre : Architecture
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Unlike the majority of construction project management textbooks out there, Management of Construction Projects takes a distinctive approach by setting itself in the context of a single and real-world construction project throughout and also by looking at construction project management from the constructor’s perspective. This project-based learning approach emphasizes the skills, knowledge, and techniques students require to become successful project managers. This second edition uses a brand new, larger, and more challenging case study to take students through key stages of the process, including: contracts and subcontracting; estimating, scheduling, and planning; supply chain and materials management; cost control, quality, and safety; project leadership and ethics; and claims, disputes, and project close-outs. Also new to this edition is coverage of emergent industry trends such as LEAN, LEED, and BIM. The book contains essential features such as review questions, exercises, and chapter summaries, while example plans, schedules, contracts, and other documents are stored on a companion website. Written in straightforward language from a constructor’s perspective, this textbook gives a realistic overview and review of the roles of project managers and everything they need to know in order to see a successful project through from start to finish.

Soils And Soil Fertility

Author : Louis Milton Thompson
ISBN : WISC:89031273899
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Soil; Soil formation; Physical properties of soils; Soil water; Soil organic matter; Soil mnineralogy; Soil chemistry; Amending the soil; Fertilizers; Nitrogen; Phosphorus; Potassium; Calcium, Magnesium and Sulfur; The micronutrients; Variations in plant composition; Soil classification and survey; Land use and soil management; Water management; Soil conservation; Soil pollution.

Water Sanitary And Waste Services For Buildings

Author : A.F.E. Wise
ISBN : 9781136349355
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Water, sanitary and waste services represent a substantial proportion of the cost of construction, averaging 10% of the capital costs of building and with continuing costs in operation and maintenance. Nevertheless, they are often regarded as a 'Cinderella' within the building process. Parts of many different codes and regulations impact on these services, making an overall viewpoint more difficult to get. This new edition of this classic text draws together material from a variety of sources to provide the comprehensive coverage not available elsewhere. It is a resource for the sound design, operation and maintenance of these services and should be on the bookshelf of every building services engineer and architect.

Sustainable Construction And Design

Author : Regina Leffers
ISBN : 9780133002973
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Whether you are studying to take the LEED® Accredited Professional (AP) Exam or you are a student in a construction related program, this book is for you! Thorough and complete coverage explains the “how” and the “why” of sustainable construction so you can be better prepared for the LEED® AP Exam and life in the field. Sustainable Construction and Design provides a solid foundation in the underlying conceptual framework of sustainable construction. Part One focuses on the foundations of sustainability, including the origins of sustainable design, the ecological structure of matter and the physical laws that govern it. Part Two provides a sustainable construction roadmap and how the concepts can be applied in the real world. It Addresses the LEED® prerequisites and credits and follows a commercial construction project through the certification process. Sustainable Construction and Design also expands sustainable concepts beyond the LEED® Credit Template and ideas into the residential arena as it reviews the process of a collaborative project that students created with Habitat for Humanity. It explains in depth about the qualities and conditions needed to create a successful design charrette, as it is the critical vehicle that brings both collaboration and whole-systems thinking into the process. The DVD that is included with the textbook assists in creating the loose structure of a design charrette. Don’t leave your success to chance. Get your copy of Sustainable Construction and Design today!

Soil Properties

Author : Cheng Liu
ISBN : 0136141234
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 23. 52 MB
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This laboratory book reflects the most commonly used methods of both field and laboratory testing to evaluate soil properties for engineering purposes. Designed to conform to the latest information from the American Society for Testing and Materials, it familiarizes students with the standards that practicing engineers and architects cite in contracts and specifications. Each test includes a definition, scope, and objective and step-by-step procedures, data, and calculations sequences. Typical values for most tests are included, as well as completely worked numerical examples. This edition continues its simple and direct style and features updated testing procedures and a new chapter on in-field testing and soil exploration.

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