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Introduction Building Information Modeling (BIM) introduces exciting topic regarding the design as well as in the construction industry. It manifests revolutionizing standard the professionals are using in designing and building. Moreover, the IBM is a process and not a software.… The aim of this paper includes giving the information about the idea of what is…
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Careful selection of environmentally sustainable building materials is the easiest way for architects to begin incorporating sustainable design principles in buildings. Traditionally, price has been the foremost consideration when comparing similar materials or materials designated for the same function.… Because of their malleability and relative ease of…
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The basic principle of the bridge relies on an arch but not a truss. It was designed by Theodore Burr in 1804 and patented on 1817. Most bridges were subjected to collapse because of design… The bridge is designed to carry pedestrians, livestock and vehicles. Short and medium spans are preferred to for this structure. Material commonly used for this type of…
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If the trenches are not supported, the workers working in the trenches face the risk of being buried or being injured. One cubic meter of soil can weigh up to 1.5 tonnes and… The presence of services such as water pipes, electricity pipes and sewer lines in the ground being excavated is a job hazard. The workers might get harmed by these services in case they…
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They cause building components to loose stability and strength hence causing collapsing The exterior walls of a building have several purposes. As much as they… Joint sealant ought to be planned and built to permit free augmentation and pressure amid the opening and conclusion of joints. In the event that joint sealants are appended to the joint filler so…
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a) The functional requirements of a floor are. Floors can be solid or suspended. The difference between the two is that solid floors are made of stone and sand base; they are cast in concrete and are provided with proper insulation. They are not good for laying carpet. On the… 2. b) Majority of the pitched roofs used in modern day construction use concrete…
Construction safety
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Name Instructor Course Date Construction Safety Abstract This research paper is based on the construction industry which has registered many injuries and deaths which emanate from hazards within construction sites. The paper gives a comprehensive background to the problem being discusses.… Background and Introduction Construction has been described as one of…
Construction safety
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The construction sites are ranked high in the rates of extreme and deadly word related wounds because of the intricacy and unusual nature of the assignments. Decades long endeavors to battle word related mischances by utilizing different safety change methodologies have arrived… ons of the predominating safety approaches, this paper has looked into the major…
Construction management
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In order to save money and reduce the impact of construction waste on the environment, a waste management plan is significant. In the United Kingdom for example, materials that get… 324). The Site Waste Management Plan regulations were introduced in the United Kingdom and particularly in England (legislation.gov.uk, 2008), due to the huge amounts of…
Construction Marketing
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1. Identify the main ways in which the marketing activities of construction companies and consumer goods companies are similar, and the ways in which they differ. What do each have to learn from the other, and why Some of the similarities between the marketing processes used by construction companies and companies selling consumer goods would be the structured process of strategic marketing followed, the approach to branding, profits and pricing strategies used, segmentation and differentiation of customers and understanding customer needs.…
Construction Engineering
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ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 3 Question 1 Describe the steps you take to determine (1) Operational Feasibility (will it work?); (2) Technical Feasibility (can it be built?); (3) Location Feasibility (can a site be found?); (4) Economic Feasibility (will it make economic sense?… Whether or not a power plant can be built on a specific location is determine by carrying out…
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Ethics in Construction Management Construction Industry is the largest industry in the world and new techniques are being employed for efficient and sustainable construction. The experts and scholars in construction industry give a lot of importance of practicing ethics and moral values in construction management to achieve high levels of productivity for all the parties involved in a construction project resulting in a good contractual partnership.…
Construction Law
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For the effective working of a construction project a close synergy should exist between different consultants, contractors, professional advisors and… The feedback from the client is also on the negative side as projects are unpredictable regarding delivery time, budgets always exceeding the initial estimated and quality of work failing to meet industry…
Construction Contracts
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Contracts may be written or unwritten. What is important is that there is a meeting of the minds between the parties. Nevertheless, since the memory of man cannot be trusted or relied upon at all times, there are instances when contracts have to be in writing in order for the same to be binding or enforceable.… [internet]). The compulsion for contracts to be…
Construction Project
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The labor force in Jordan's construction sector has been faced by motivational problems of the workers which have subsequently resulted to low productivity. The workers have lost confidence, ambitions and inspiration because of the manner in which they are treated.… The sector of construction has been playing some significance role in developed as well as…
Construction Safety
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This theory explains that accident is caused by the workers themselves through overload, in appropriate activities and through in appropriate response of the workers to the safety measures (Cleveland State University, n,d). In the Quebec bridge collapse accident of 1907 that… The design problems and stress overloading that resulted into the failure of the…
Modular Construction
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In the dissertation "Modular Construction" is aimed to analyze the modular construction method in the light of the increasingly growing situation in the UK construction industry and to investigate a cost effective solution to construction projects in the UK.… As mentioned before, the increase in the demand for an economical and quick delivery for buildings…
Construction contracts
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It has been observed that the pace of works with regards to the construction of a hard standing, weighbridge, off-loading facilities and a small customs office has not been progressing satisfactorily. As such, the client is concerned that the project will not be completed by the… s such, has requested to identify the strategies using which the pace of…
Offsite construction
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The purpose of this dissertation is to evaluate whether off-site construction provides the most viable and cost-effective means of building new housing, and whether the means offered may be considered acceptable to the public. Offsite construction refers in general to construction techniques where the some portion of the construction activity is carried out at locations outside the construction site.…
Offsite construction
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The purpose of this research is to evaluate whether off-site construction provides the most viable and cost-effective means of building new housing, and whether the means offered may be considered acceptable to the public.… From this research it is clear that offsite construction refers in general to construction techniques where the some portion of the…
Construction Engineering
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ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 2 Question 1: How would an engineering firm establish the requirements for the design of a hospital in a major city in Canada? List the steps and process. Explain what the impact would be to implement LEED standards to achieve a “gold” certification.… Following are the steps involved in designing new hospitals in Canada(Martin). First and…
Construction ICT
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In this report I will present the detailed analysis of the current practice in the construction process. Here I will talk about the implementation of the ICT solutions for the better management of construction projects. I will develop and integrate a new ICT based process to present a solution to the identified problem.… In this section I will talk about the…
Construction law
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Another is value creation. In the construction industry, both are inextricably bound to each other. Unless profits are sustainable, value creation is not possible over a… Construction projects could clearly be said to be the result of co-ordinated efforts between promoters, project managers, consultants, architects, planners and workforce (own and/or…
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QS Integrated project 2013 Insert name Name of institution Name of professor Date The current great improvement in technology in the design and construction sector has seen the designers move from the traditional methods to the modern methods of construction which brings more durability, aesthetic value and more comfort and style in the construction sector.…
Construction Safety
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The building and construction industry has been noted as one of the leading sectors that subject workers to severe safety hazards, due to the various possibilities involved such as falling objects, collapsing of poorly built structures, malfunctioning of equipment being used etc… The management may be prompted to continue with the construction under the…
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