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Architecture & Construction Rights Guide: Spring/Summer 2013 Architecture .......................................................................... 3 Ornament: The Politics of Architecture and Subjectivity - AD Primer/Picon ................................. 3 System City: Infrastructure and the spaces of flows (AD)/Weinstock ............................................. 3 Al Bahar Towers: The Abu Dhabi Investment Council Headquarters/Oborn ................................. 4 Performance-Oriented Architecture: Rethinking Architectural Design and the Built Environment/Hensel ............................................................................................................................ 4 Inside Smartgeometry: Expanding the Architectural Possibilities of Computational Design/Peters....................................................................................................................................... 5 Computation Works: The Building of Algorithmic Thought AD/De Kestelier ................................. 5 European Building Construction Illustrated/Ching .......................................................................... 6 The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality/Ednie-Brown .................................................. 6 The New Pastoralism: Landscape into Architecture AD/Titman ..................................................... 7 The Urban Masterplanning Handbook/Firley..................................................................................... 7

Civil Engineering & Construction ...................................... 8 Low Impact Building: Housing using Renewable Materials/Woolley .............................................. 8 Delivering Sustainable Buildings: An Industry Insider's View/Malina ............................................ 8 Modern Construction Management, 7e/Harris .................................................................................. 9 Programme Procurement in Construction: Learning from London 2012/Mead ............................ 9 Building Procurement, 2e/Morledge ................................................................................................. 10 Commercial Management: Theory and Practice/Lowe ................................................................... 10 Design Manager's Handbook/CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building) ............................................... 11 Architectural Technology: Research and Practice/Emmitt ............................................................ 11 An Employer's and Engineer's Guide to the FIDIC Conditions of Contract/Robinson................. 12 International Construction Contracts: A Handbook/Godwin ......................................................... 12 Reconstructing Project Management/Morris ................................................................................... 13 Towers, Turbines and Transmission Lines: Impacts On Property Value/Bond ........................... 13 Willis's Practice and Procedure for the Quantity Surveyor, 13e/Ashworth ................................... 14 Guide to Measurement using the New Rules of Measurement/Ostrowski .................................... 14 Estimating and Cost Planning Using the New Rules of Measurement/Ostrowski ........................ 15 Financial Management in Construction Contracting/Ross ............................................................ 15 Introduction to Soil Mechanics/Bod贸 .............................................................................................. 16 Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures/Elliott .............................................................. 16 Structural Timber Design to Eurocode 5, 2e/Porteous ................................................................... 17 Place-making and Policies for Competitive Cities/Musterd ........................................................... 17 Bio-aggregate-based Building Materials: Applications to Hemp Concretes/Amziane ................ 18 Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns and Frames: Mechanics and Design/Casandjian .......... 18 Bridge Design and Evaluation: LRFD and LRFR/Fu ...................................................................... 19 Design of Highway Bridges: An LRFD Approach, 3e/Barker ......................................................... 19 A r c h i t e c t u r e


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Autumn/Winter 2012 .......................................................... 20 Architecture ........................................................................ 20 Human Experience and Place: Sustaining Identity - Architectural Design/Brislin ....................... 20 The Digital Turn in Architecture 1990-2010: AD Reader/Carpo ..................................................... 21 The Making of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park/Hopkins ........................................................... 21 The New Pastoralism: Architectural Design/Titman ....................................................................... 22 Urban Design Ecologies Reader/McGrath ....................................................................................... 22

Construction & Civil Engineering .................................... 23 Ecosystem Services Come To Town: Greening Cities by Working with Nature/Grant ............... 23 Construction Management: New Directions, 3e/McGeorge ........................................................... 23 A Primer on International Property Tax: Administration and Policy/McCluskey .......................... 24

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System City: Infrastructure and the spaces of flows (AD)

Architecture Ornament: The Politics of Architecture and Subjectivity - AD Primer

Michael Weinstock 978-1-118-36142-9 / 1-118-36142-3 136 pp. Pub: 12/07/13 Architectural Theory

Antoine Picon 978-1-119-96594-7 / 1-119-96594-2 168 pp. Pub: 05/04/13 Architectural Theory

The main ambition of this title is to present the notion of the 'system city' and investigate the way the sciences of the city are closely coupled with cultural discourses, which reflect on the contemporary city and the emergent social phenomena enabled by the new technologies and paradigms. The culture of the city will be explored from several converging perspectives, all with the underlying rationale that cultural phenomena have an indexical relationship to the dynamics of the city and its inhabitants. This will be supported by articles on the science of the city by established scientists in complexity studies, urban climatologists and their new analytical system in relation to urban morphology. There will also be a focus on ecological dynamics in urban contexts, and on the synthetic spaces of digital information and intelligent sensing systems. Together these will set out the climatic, ecological and informational dynamics of the city, and begin to frame the principles of development towards a truly intelligent city.

Over the last decade or so, the widespread adoption of digital techniques have greatly expanded the possibilities of applying ornament in design. As well as looking at the c topic of ornament, the book reflects on what is currently happening in the light of current theoretical and historical research. The author is a theorist and historian who also has a deep knowledge of the effects that digital culture has on architecture – his most recent book deals with this set of issues. A historical perspective is often necessary to understand the potential for change of the present. He asks whether we may be on the verge of a radical redefinition of the relation between architecture and politics based on the emergence of a new relation between subjectivity and ornament. • The current revival of interest in ornament in architecture makes this a highly topical subject.

• Effectively formulates some highly topical ideas in an urban context.

• Ornament is also a recurring historical theme in seminar classes in architecture schools.

• Captures interest among architects in both the biological and urban design.

• The title will feature historical architecture and contemporary works by the likes of Herzog & de Meuron, Sauerbruch Hutton, Rem Koolhaas, Greg Lynn and Evan Douglis.

• Draws on work by up and coming names in architecture, such as Liam Young and Amid/Cero 9, and those of established practices such as Buro Happold and SOM. • Features articles by urban climatologist and biologists as well as urban specialists, and is guest-edited by Michael Weinstock who is an eminent architectural educator and thinker.

• The book will feature 120 colour images Student of architecture and architects. Art history and art students. Antoine Picon is the G Ware Travelstead Professor of the History of Architecture and Technology at Harvard Graduate School of Design and researcher at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris. He has published extensively on the relationship between architecture, urban design, science and technology, with a particular emphasis on the history of infrastructures. He is the author of French Architects and Engineers in the Age of the Enlightenment (1988, English translation 1992). In 1997, he edited a dictionary of the history of engineering for the Centre Georges Pompidou. His most recent book, Digital Culture in Architecture: An Introduction for the Design Professions (2010) deals with the relationship between digital culture, architecture and cities. A r c h i t e c t u r e


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Architects, students of architects and urban designers. Michael Weinstock, Director of R&D, and Director, Emergent Technologies & Design programme, Graduate School of the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, has taught at the AA since 1989 in a range of positions from workshop tutor through to Academic Head. Whilst his principal research and teaching has been conducted at the Architectural Association, he has published and lectured widely, and taught seminar courses, studios and workshops on these topics at many other schools of Architecture in Europe and in the United States.



Al Bahar Towers: The Abu Dhabi Investment Council Headquarters

Performance-Oriented Architecture: Rethinking Architectural Design and the Built Environment

Peter Oborn

Michael Hensel

978-1-119-97416-1 / 1-119-97416-X 208 pp. Pub: 12/07/13 Architecture Special Topics

978-0-470-97332-5 / 0-470-97332-3 152 pp. Pub: 01/03/13 Architecture Special Topics

Provides fascinating insights into the design and construction of a groundbreaking building in the Middle East.

This book offers an innovative and highly practical approach to architectural design. Focusing on the concept of performance that brought about a paradigm shift in the humanities in earlier decades, the book discusses how to use this concept to address ongoing problems in architecture. It explores the meaning of performance in the context of the built environment, design processes, sustainable architecture, spatial organization, and other aspects of design. Featuring numerous color illustrations plus historical and contemporary examples, this is an eye-opening resource for architects and urban designers.

• Even before completion the towers have gained international acclaim for their ground-breaking design; they have won the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's (CTBUH) first Innovation Award (2012). • The book includes an introductory essay by Edwin Heathcote, Architecture and Design Critic to the Financial Times. • Produced to the highest specification, the book is lavishly illustrated and designed with 300 colour images.

Though ‘performance’ first evolved as a concept in the humanities in the 1940s and 1950s, it has never previously been systematically applied in architecture in an inclusive manner. Here Hensel offers it as an integrative approach to architectural design, the built environment and questions of sustainability. He highlights how core concepts and specific traits, such as climate, material performance and settlement patterns, can put architecture in the service of the natural environment. A wide range of examples are cited to support his argument, from traditional sustainable buildings, such as the Kahju Bridge, Isfahan and the Topkapí Palace, Istanbul to more contemporary works by Cloud 9, Foreign Office Architects, Steven Holl and OCEAN.

• This building is of particular interest to architects wanting to keep up to date with advances in computer modelling and sustainable design. Architects and architectural students internationally. Local readers in the Middle East interested in this new landmark building. Peter Oborn is Deputy Chairman of Aedas Architects Ltd, part of the Aedas Group, which is ranked as one of the world's largest international architectural practices. Peter has considerable experience of working internationally, particularly in the Gulf, and has completed projects in Oman, Qatar and the UAE. He was responsible for the inception of the practice's Research & Development group, based in London, which has developed specialisms in sustainability, advanced modeling and computational design. Peter is a national member of the RIBA Council and is the RIBA's Vice President for International Relations. Edwin Heathcote is an architect, designer and writer and has been Architecture and Design critic for the Financial Times since 1999. He has written several books, on subjects ranging from the architecture of death to London caffs. He is a contributing editor for Icon magazine and is on the editorial board of Architectural Design (AD).

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• Provides a highly topical and fresh new approach to thinking about architectural design in a manner that bridges academia and practice. • Highly illustrated with images by Cloud 9, Foreign Office Architects, Steven Holl, Ocean, R&Sie(n) and studioINTEGRATE. Architects and architectural students. Engineers, urban designers and professionals and students of related disciplines. Michael Hensel, architect, researcher and writer, is Professor for Research by Design, AHO (Oslo School for Architecture and Design), where he is setting up an architectural research centre. He is founding and board member of the OCEAN Research and Design Association, as well as a board member of Architectural Design. From 1993 to 2009 he taught at the Architectural Association in London.. 4

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Inside Smartgeometry: Expanding the Architectural Possibilities of Computational Design

Computation Works: The Building of Algorithmic Thought AD

Terri Peters, Brady Peters

978-1-119-95286-2 / 1-119-95286-7 160 pp. Pub: 08/03/13 Building Design

Xavier De Kestelier, Brady Peters

978-1-118-52247-9 / 1-118-52247-8 288 pp. Pub: 15/03/13 Building Design

Architects are now taking advantage of the computer in new ways through experimentation with algorithmic and simulation-driven design. Computation Works focuses on this emerging theme in design practice, showcasing built and soon to be built projects and providing a state of the art in computational design. The use of algorithmic and simulation-driven design raises important new questions which the book examines including: How is computation changing the way architects design? How can computation create new forms of architecture? Is there an aesthetic to computational architecture? Are the design tools and methods related to the result?

Smartgeometry (SG) has had an enormous influence on the emerging architectural community interested in exploring creative computational methods for the design of buildings. An informal international, the group meets to experiment with new technologies and collaborate to develop digital design techniques. From interactive crowd-sourcing tools to responsive agent-based systems to complex digitally fabricated structures, this book explores more than a decade of advances that have influenced both the practice of architecture and the theory that drives it.

• A title in the prestigious Architectural Design (AD) series.

SG has grown from a handful of experts to an international network of designers who are helping to define design environments of the future. Founded by digital pioneers it creates the algorithmic designers of the future.

• Places an emphasis on computation in practice and as a professional design tool. • Features projects from Aedas, Fosters + Partners, Gehry Technologies, Grimshaw & Partners, Herzog and DeMeuron, MVRDV, Populous, SOM and UNStudio.

• This book tracks the most significant recent developments in computational design, making it a must have book for architects and students alike.

• Includes contributions from experimental offices: UN Studio, Cloud 9 and Ney Engineering.

• Features work by: Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid, Arup, Buro Happold, Grimshaw, SOM, Populous and UN Studio

• Features approx. 250 colour images. Architects and students of architecture.

• Features 250 colour images.

Xavier De Kestelier, Associate Partner, Specialist Modelling Group, Foster+Partners, where he has worked on a broad range of projects such as Beijing Airport, the Yacht Plus BoatFleet and the Masdar Institute of Technology. He has been visiting professor at the University of Ghent (Belgium) and Syracuse University (USA). He is a Director at SmartGeometry. Brady Peters is an architect and researcher. Currently, he is a PhD Fellow at the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) in Copenhagen Denmark. His current research focuses on the use of computation and parametric design tools in architectural practice. . In London he worked for Buro Happold and in 2003, he joined Foster + Partners, where he was a key member of the Specialist Modelling Group, and became an Associate Partner. He has taught architectural design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture in Copenhagen, the University of Ghent, the University of Nottingham and has been a tutor at almost every SmartGeometry conference.

Students and practitioners of architecture and structural engineers. Terri Peters, architect, has written more than 200 published articles spanning architecture, sustainability, art, urbanism, technology and culture. She lectures internationally and sits on the jury of various design award panels and competitions. She is the guest editor of Experimental Green Strategies, AD. Brady Peters, architect, is a PhD fellow, Centre for Information Technology & Architecture (CITA), Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture. Previously an Associate Partner at Foster+Partners and a key member of the Specialist Modelling Group, he has taught at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, University of Gent, and University of Nottingham.

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European Building Construction Illustrated

The Innovation Imperative: Architectures of Vitality

Francis D. K. Ching, Mark Mulville

Pia Ednie-Brown, Mark Burry, Andrew Burrow

978-1-119-95317-3 / 1-119-95317-0 160 pp. Pub: 05/07/13 Building Design

978-1-119-97865-7 / 1-119-97865-3 136 pp. Pub: 18/01/13 Design, Drawing & Presentation

A European edition of Ching's classic Building Construction Illustrated – core reading for students of architecture and construction.

Identifies and analyses emerging trends in innovative design practice

For over four decades, Building Construction Illustrated has been essential reading material for architecture, engineering and construction students in the US and around the world; it offers an introduction to basic construction methods covering all the core requirements. It is also a key reference book for more established and experienced built environment professionals. Its clear graphic presentation provides explanation through illustration rather than text. The illustrations are immediate and uncluttered, concentrating on communicating key information. European Building Construction Illustrated adapts this seminal US publication for EU markets, reflecting more closely European standards and building construction methods, while also introducing more sustainable content and a chapter that addresses the needs of design and construction professionals working in the Middle East.

• A title in the prestigious Architectural Design (AD) series. • Tackles a subject that is pressing for all culturally engaged architects and designers. • Features celebrated design figures, such as R&Sie, Olafur Eliasson, Dunne and Raby, Arakawa and Gins. • Introduces readers to interesting emerging practices, such as Spurse, MOS, Zizi Yoyo. • Includes contributions from design commentators: Mark Burry, Pia Ednie-Brown, Brian Massumi and Erin Manning, and historian Felicity Scott. • Includes over 250 colour images. Architects and designers; and students of architecture and design. Pia Ednie-Brown is an Associate Professor at RMIT University in Melbourne on the Architecture programme and the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL), where she has directed numerous creative research projects involving multiple disciplines across the arts and sciences. Mark Burry has been consultant architect to the Temple Sagrada Familia in Barcelona since 1979. He is Professor of Innovation at RMIT and Director of its state-of-the-art Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL). He is the founding Director of the university's new research initiative, the Design Institute. In 2006, Burry was awarded an Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship and he was recently the recipient of the USA Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) Award for Innovative Research. Andrew Burrow is an ARC Postdoctoral Fellow at SIAL working on the ARC Discovery Grant Acts of Electronic Communication, and acting as executive director for the day-to-day running of SIAL. His research interests concern computational accounts in design.

• Revises the existing metrics, regulatory framework, construction technologies, language and many of the illustrations in the US edition to make them relevant to European construction practices. • Introduces up-to-date construction methods.




• Includes a new chapter on the Middle East addressing the needs of construction professionals and students in the region. • Maintains the clear graphic style of Ching throughout. Students of architecture, construction, engineering and surveying. Design and construction professionals: architects, construction managers, project managers, engineers and building surveyors. Francis DK Ching is a registered architect and Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is the bestselling author of numerous books on architecture and design, all published by Wiley. His works have been translated into over eighteen languages and are regarded as classics for their renowned graphic presentation. Mark Mulville is Academic Leader of the MSc Portfolio in the School of Architecture, Design and Construction at the University of Greenwich.. S p r i n g / S u m m e r

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The New Pastoralism: Landscape into Architecture AD

The Urban Masterplanning Handbook

Mark Titman

978-0-470-97225-0 / 0-470-97225-4 288 pp. Pub: 18/01/13 Planning

Eric Firley, Katharina Groen

978-1-118-33698-4 / 1-118-33698-4 136 pp. Pub: 12/04/13 Landscape Design

A highly visual reference tool, this handbook provides comparative information about major urban extensions and masterplans around the world. It places an important new emphasis on the processes and structures that influence urban form, including public or private landownership, management and funding.

Provides a romantic vision of a lush, verdant technological architecture • A title in the internationally prestigious Architectural Design (AD) series.

Each of the book’s 20 subjects is rigorously analysed through custom-made diagrams, to-scale drawings and descriptive texts, which are complemented by key statistics and a wealth of photographs. Presented in order of size rather than date or geographical location, the case studies provide intriguing insights and enable design professionals, developers and city planners, as well as students of architecture and urban design, to make informed organisational and formal comparisons.

• Sustainability and ‘green issues' are integral to architects' and designers' study and practice. This issue offers essential technological and creative inspiration for those working in the field. • Provides lush, fecund and optimistic visions of our cities as utopias for healthly, leisurely and playful action. • Features high-profile designers, such as Kathryn Findlay, Ken Yeang, Michael Sorkin and Mos Architecture.

European projects from the 19th century to the present day are featured, including Belgravia in London, Sarphatipark in Amsterdam, Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, La Défense Seine Arche in Paris and Hammarby Sjöstad in Stockholm. A further selection of non-European examples presents Stuyvesant Town in Manhattan as a historic case study, as well as more recent or ongoing masterplans such as Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires, Downtown Dubai and the New Central Business District in Beijing.

Students of architecture and landscape architects; architects and landscape architects. Wider design community e.g. garden and landscape designers. Mark Titman is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Greenwich and a partner in a small London-based architectural practice. Mark is the organizer of the annual GREENwich Forum at the Old Naval College in Greenwich. Last year, Mark won an international design competition to provide the drinking fountains for London's eight Royal Parks, sponsored by Tiffany's. Mark's entry ‘Watering Holes' was selected out of 160 entries from 58 countries. The first fountain opened in St James's Park in June 2011. The next is to open in Greenwich Park for the equestrian events at London 2012.

• Masterplanning is a core topic for architects and students. • A highly visual treatment of the subject, the book features over 450 specially drawn drawings and photographs. • This book places an important new emphasis on development processes and how they have influenced the form of masterplans. Architects and students of architecture and urban design. Planners, developers and those working for government in city authorities and mayor's offices. Eric Firley is the author of The Urban Housing Handbook and The Urban Towers Handbook. Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, University of Miami, he is a trained architect and urban designer, who has worked in practices internationally. He has a specific interest in inter-disciplinary research and in the relationship between architecture and the urban fabric. He is regularly invited to speak on the subject at architectural institutions around the world.

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Civil Engineering & Construction

Delivering Sustainable Buildings: An Industry Insider's View

Low Impact Building: Housing using Renewable Materials

Mike Malina 978-1-4051-9417-4 / 1-4051-9417-0 288 pp. Pub: 15/02/13 Building Maintenance & Services

Tom Woolley

Gives you practical insights from a leading practitioner with hands-on experience of the building services engineering industry with a specialism in energy efficiency.

978-1-4443-3660-3 / 1-4443-3660-6 256 pp. Pub: 15/02/13 Building Design

There is a lot of guidance on sustainable buildings available from reputable sources including BRE, CIBSE, B&ES, ECA and BSRIA. This book is different in that it speaks directly to contractors and practitioners, with practical messages dealing with real on-site challenges, offering practical advice based on experience. Many contractors are now faced with a business choice of offering services related to issues of the energy hierarchy, minimising energy use, providing good building automation and controls and then looking further at microgeneration / renewables. Here they must decide what technologies might be suitable for their businesses, as well as considering what level of training is required before they or their employees can start to work with these technologies.

This guide to the designs, technologies and materials that really make green buildings work examines how we can change the way we build houses to reduce their carbon footprint and to minimise environmental damage. • Show-cases attempts to introduce low impact building into mainstream house construction and how obstacles were overcome. • Describes how to reduce environmental impact of the materials and resources by using alternative products and systems. • Inspirational but practical: case studies set out the designs, the construction methods, and the assessment tools.

Delivering Sustainable Buildings: An Industry Insider's View will help specialist contractors and facilities managers understand sustainable buildings at the strategic level (legislation, finance, training) and then to offer practical advice on various aspects of sustainable buildings (water use, energy-efficient building services, commissioning and keeping the building maintained to optimum performance) to their clients.

• Gives insights from leading practitioners with hands-on experience of what works and what doesn't in sustainable construction. • Highly critical of many of the policies and approaches that have been used in efforts to achieve low carbon building.

• Very readable but backed up by in-depth technical knowledge.

• Highly illustrated in full colour throughout, with technical drawings and plans + photos.

• Advice from the cutting edge of Low Carbon, renewable technologies and energy efficiency for buildings, in terms of the conflicts and real need for systems integration.

Practising architects; engineers; surveyors; property developers; housing and environmental professionals. Postgraduate students, course leaders and researchers in Architecture; and in Sustainability.

• Brings together in one volume an overview of the main issues to consider when creating a sustainable building.

Tom Woolley is an architect and educator and self-builder. He has taught at the Architectural Association, Strathclyde University, Hull School of Architecture, Queens University Belfast, University of Central Lancashire, UiTM in Malaysia, University of Umea, the Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales, University of Bath and University of Gloucestershire. His research work and writing has covered housing policy, sustainable materials and design theory.

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Building Contractors. Facilities Mangers. Building Surveyors. Building Services Professionals, Engineers and Consultants. Mike Malina is founder and Director of Energy Solutions Associates. He has 30 years' related experience and is the principal trainer for the Building & Engineering Services Association (formally HVCA), Building Regulations Competent Persons Certification scheme for commercial and domestic HVACR work. 8

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Modern Construction Management, 7e

Programme Procurement in Construction: Learning from London 2012

Professor Frank Harris, Ronald McCaffer, Francis Edum-Fotwe

John Mead, Stephen Gruneberg

978-0-470-67217-4 / 0-470-67217-X 576 pp. Pub: 15/02/13 Construction Management

978-0-470-67473-4 / 0-470-67473-3 224 pp. Pub: 03/05/13 Construction Management

This new edition of a core undergraduate textbook for construction managers reflects current best practice, topical industry preoccupations and latest developments in courses and fundamental subjects for students.

John Mead uses his experience and the techniques he developed organising and running the Olympic Games programme and now Crossrail to share the tips, techniques and lessons gained while working at the highest level in those programmes.

• Provides a strong coverage of the salient elements required for developing and equipping the modern construction manager with skills in the technical and business related issues.

• Written by a senior executive with direct hands-on experience of management at the highest level and a leading construction management academic.

• Book is structured to reflect site, business and corporate responsibilities of managers in construction.

• A practical guide on the programme management of large and complex projects for public and private sector construction clients and companies worldwide.

• Comprehensive selection of worked examples throughout based on real and practical situations in construction help the students consolidate learning.

• The success of the London Olympics programme was not based on luck but on careful and diligent management and the application of the techniques given in this book.

• Companion website with support material for both tutors and students - self-learning exercises; PowerPoint slides; discussion topics; key journal and web references.

High-level managers in the construction process (clients, contractors and project managers) , those working for public sector clients, international bodies, all those involved in public and private sector procurement of complex projects not only in construction but also in other industries such as defence procurement and IT procurement. Funding bodies such as development banks, the OECD, the IMF, Development Banks in Asia, Africa. Postgraduate students in construction management and project management, and university libraries.

• Undergraduates on construction management; civil engineering; quantity surveying; and building surveying degree courses. • Appropriate to all 3 years of study. • Used for modules in estimating and bidding, construction project planning, managing businesses in the construction sector, project procurement, and productivity improvement.

John Mead, Director, Davis Langdon, has 30 years of experience working at all levels within the construction sector, and for the last 8 years specialising in supply chain management. He has been dividing his time between the Supply Chain Management function for the Olympic Delivery Authority for the delivery of the infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic/Paralympic Games and the Crossrail programme where he is taking the strategy and implementation he developed and delivered for ODA and is now implementing on this program. Stephen Gruneberg, Reader, University of Westminster, Visiting Fellow, Faculty of the Built Environment, Northumbria University, and Teaching Fellow, (Part-time), Development Planning Unit, Bartlett School, UCL.

• Also used on taught postgraduate courses in construction management; and construction project management. Frank Harris, BEng, MSc, PhD, DSc, CEng, MICE, FCIOB is Emeritus Professor of Construction Science at the University of Wolverhampton. Ronald McCaffer, BSc, PhD, DSc, FREng, FRSE, FICE, FCIOB, is Emeritus Professor of Construction Management at Loughborough University. Francis Edum-Fotwe, BSc, MSc, PhD, MASCE is Lecturer in Construction and Project Management at Loughborough University. Previous editions licensed: Simplified Chinese, Spanish

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Commercial Management: Theory and Practice

Building Procurement, 2e Roy Morledge, Adrian Smith

David J. Lowe

978-0-470-67243-3 / 0-470-67243-9 344 pp. Pub: 15/02/13 Construction Management

978-1-4051-2468-3 / 1-4051-2468-7 520 pp. Pub: 24/05/13 Construction Management

Construction projects are frequently beset with problems, many of which can be traced back to the procurement phase. This book examines current procurement practices in the major construction markets and shows procurement strategies and objectives that support the project business case significantly enhance the probability of project success.

Defines the role of commercial management and helps develop a critical understanding of the environmental factors that influence commercial management. • Includes examples and illustrations from a variety of industries, and both private and public sector.

• Reflects the latest best practice, with particular emphasis on the role of the client in construction procurement.

• Provides a one-stop-shop to commercial management, from legal issues to competitive bidding.

• Outlines and compares procurement in the European Union, the USA and China, as well as the UK.

• Covers techniques as well as principles. • Companion website offers full support for lecturers and students, including PowerPoint slides and Discussion topics.

• Features a thorough literature review on procurement. Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of building and construction in the UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Africa etc…

Undergraduate main text for final level Construction Management and Quantity Surveying courses. Postgraduate Project Management courses.

Roy Morledge is Professor of Construction Procurement and Acting Dean, School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University. Adrian Brooks is Tutor in Project Management, College of Estate Management, Reading.

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David J. Lowe, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, is a Senior Lecturer in Commercial Management and Head of the Project and Programme Management Affinity Group in the Innovation, Policy and Management division of MBS. He is Programme Director for the blended learning MSc in International Commercial and Contract Management and several Executive Education programmes in commercial and contract management. Clients include Rolls Royce, BAE Systems, Thales, BT, the National Skills Academy Nuclear, and the Foundation Trust Network (NHS). David is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an academic advisor of the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management (IACCM). His consultancy work includes benchmarking the engineering and project management provision of an international pharmaceutical company. His teaching interests include: commercial management, commercial strategies and tactics, and contract management, similarly his research interests focus on commercial and contract management within the context of project-based industries, ranging from ICT/telecommunications to aerospace and defence. His book contributions include: Contract Management, in The Wiley Guide to Managing Projects (Wiley, 2004), and Commercial Management of Projects: Defining the Disciple (Blackwell Publishing, 2006) which he edited with Roine Leiringer. The latter is the first book to establish a theoretical framework for commercial management.

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Design Manager's Handbook

Architectural Technology: Research and Practice

CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building)

Stephen Emmitt

978-0-470-67402-4 / 0-470-67402-4 256 pp. Pub: 22/02/13 Construction Management

978-1-118-29206-8 / 1-118-29206-5 272 pp. Pub: 10/05/13 Construction Materials

Design Manager’s Handbook covers subjects such as design process and management tools, the role of the Design Manager, value management and innovation, procurement routes and implications, people dynamics, and factors that will affect the development of the Design Manager’s role in the future, including BIM. It will ensure Design Managers understand the processes, tools and skills that are required to be successful in the role, and will assist them in delivering real value to complex construction projects.

This seminal text on applied research in architectural technology will enlighten, inform and challenge readers. Its aim is to promote research in architectural technology and it brings together a number of different themes with the thread as the importance of research in developing the discipline and the profession, both via research-led practice and applied academic research. The book will make an important contribution to the architectural technology knowledge domain, and help to underpin the architectural technology profession.

Written for both the Design Manager practitioner and students on construction related degree courses, anyone interested in construction based design management will also find the book useful.

Contributors address how political, economic, social, environmental and technological issues influence architectural technology – acting as drivers for the creation of a better knowledge base and higher skills required to practise in a global economy. The focus throughout is on creating and realising sustainable buildings that are constructed economically and function effectively and efficiently within their service life cycle.

Embodying the CIOB Design Management Code of Practice, the book ensures design managers understand the processes, tools and skills required to provide real benefits in all construction projects. With over 44,000 members the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process.

Demonstrates the importance of research in architectural technology and will stimulate further research and debate within the area. • First book to be written by CIAT, focused on applied research in practice.

Practising design managers, who might be architects, construction engineers, surveyors or construction managers (job titles include Design Manager, Design Coordinator, Technical Manager/Coordinator, Building Services Manager, MEP Manager or Preconstruction Manager). Students on construction design management courses.

• Addresses the interfaces between research, practice and education. • Case studies opportunities.






• Chapters provide practical advice to practitioners and researchers.

With over 44,000 members the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process.

Members of CIAT (practitioners, educators and researchers). Students on CIAT accredited degree programmes (undergraduate/postgraduate). Architects, architectural engineers, and building surveyors. Stephen Emmitt is professor of Architectural Technology at Loughborough University and an experienced author/editor of books and academic articles. He has been a member of CIAT's Innovation & Research Committee, now the Research Group, since 1996. He is author/co-author of 15 books, editor of three special editions of journals published as books, and editor of numerous conference proceedings. Principles of Architectural Detailing: licensed: Simplified Chinese Design Management for Architects: licensed: Simplified Chinese

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An Employer's and Engineer's Guide to the FIDIC Conditions of Contract

International Construction Contracts: A Handbook William Godwin 978-0-470-65572-6 / 0-470-65572-0 224 pp. Pub: 25/01/13 Construction law

Michael D. Robinson 978-1-118-38560-9 / 1-118-38560-8 232 pp. Pub: 22/03/13 Construction law

This title provides concise and practical guidance to those involved in the negotiation and management of international construction and engineering contracts. It sets out in clear, straightforward language the main features of construction contracts and international dispute resolution procedures. It ensures the reader is aware of the issues that might arise on the contractual side of their project so that they may better protect their party's interests. Many of the features and points discussed are illustrated by reference to the popular FIDIC contracts and the book includes a commentary on the two most widely used FIDIC design-build forms, the Yellow and Silver Books. Also included in the book is a fully worked example of a typical ICC arbitration from start to finish, with ‘pleadings’, a detailed case narrative and commentary on events, and an example arbitration award. The ICC and SIAC arbitration rules are also provided. • Provides concise, practical guidance on negotiation and management of international contracts. • Ensures construction professionals are aware of the issues that often arise so that these can be dealt with quickly and efficiently • Illustrates many of the features by reference to the well known FIDIC contracts. • Assumes no specific system of domestic law, so applicable worldwide.

This book sets out the essential administrative requirements of an FIDIC-based contract by reference to the FIDIC 1999 Red Book. The obligations and duties of the Employer and the Engineer are identified and discussed, while potential pitfalls are highlighted and likely consequences pointed out. Included in the guide are a number of appendices, including model letters which will be of value to less experienced staff. Essential reading for engineers, quantity surveyors and project managers. Explains the importance of adequate preparation by the Employer and the key role of the Engineer in the administration of contracts. • Crystallises the requirements of a FIDIC-based contract • Concise guidance in a simple and jargon-free language for non-English speakers. • Website with downloadable standard letters, model forms, and record sheets. • Explains why the Employer shall ensure his requirements are fully described and achievable. • Describes the arbitral role of the Engineer.

Construction professionals managing international projects eg architects, engineers, project managers, quantity surveyors, contract managers and contract administrators. Postgraduate students and final year undergraduates in all construction related courses.

• Administrative requirements of the FIDIC Contract and how to achieve them. • Explains clauses in the sequence they appear in contracts but also in the order they happen in real time on site.

William Godwin is a practising lawyer specialising in construction, engineering, energy and infrastructure projects. He has over twenty years' experience of international construction and advises and acts for contractors, employers, developers and consultants in projects of all kinds. He is a regular speaker at the FIDIC international users' conferences and conducts accredited training in FIDIC through Matrix Seminars. William is a visiting lecturer in law at the School of Oriental & African Studies, London University, and City University London and an arbitration panel member of the China International Economic & Trade Arbitration Commission and the Dubai International Arbitration Centre.

Engineers; quantity surveyors; and project managers engaged in the contractual administration of international projects which use the FIDIC forms of contract projects. Michael D. Robinson, Independent Consulting Engineer has 50 years of experience with contract management and contractual issues for major civil engineering projects worldwide. He has extensive experience with dispute resolution, engineers' decisions, dispute resolution boards and he lectures on the practical on-site usage aspects of FIDIC contracts.

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Reconstructing Project Management

Towers, Turbines and Transmission Lines: Impacts On Property Value

Peter W. G. Morris

Sandy Bond, Sally Sims, Peter Dent

978-0-470-65907-6 / 0-470-65907-6 344 pp. Pub: 12/04/13 Project Management

978-1-4443-3007-6 / 1-4443-3007-1 352 pp. Pub: 05/04/13 Property & Real Estate

A hugely informative analysis and wide-ranging commentary on the management of projects, designed for practitioners and scholars, building lessons from the book's history of the discipline's development, offering extensive commentary on its practices and theoretical underpinnings, and concluding with proposals to improve its value and relevancy.

Studies show that there are concerns about devices and structures that emit electromagnetic fields (EMFs) due to potential health hazards from these. Proximity to structures that affect property value includes high voltage overhead transmission lines (HVOTL) and cellular phone towers. Despite some research reports suggesting there are no potential adverse health hazards from HVOTLs and towers, there is still ongoing concern about the siting of these structures due to fears of health risks from exposure to EMFs, changes in neighbourhood aesthetics and loss in property values. The siting of wind turbines is also receiving community opposition due to noise, light flicker, changes in neighbourhood aesthetics, and loss in property values. The extent to which such attitudes are reflected in lower property values affected by these structures is not well understood.

The book is designed to offer a thoughtful commentary on project management as it has been practiced and taught over the last 60 or more years, and as it may be over the next 20 to 40, drawing on examples from several industry sectors. Its thesis is that ‘it all depends on how you define the subject’ -- that much of our present thinking about PM as traditionally defined is boring, sometimes conceptually weak or even flawed, and/or of limited application, whereas in reality what it can offer is exciting, challenging and potentially enormously useful. The book explores this hypothesis drawing on leading scholarship and practitioner perceptions.

Outlining results of studies conducted in the US, the UK, Australia and New Zealand the book aims to provide guidance to valuers around the world with defensible tools that are becoming widely accepted to assess the effect that these environmental detriments have on property prices.

Section 1 sets the scene -- the purpose and context of the book. Section 2 covers the origins of modern project management and the limitations of the traditional project management model. Section 3 dissects many of the challenges still facing project management, in doing so it examines many of the more difficult, interesting and intractable issues in the discipline today. Section 4 focuses on opportunities open to the discipline in the (increasingly challenging) years ahead.

• Provides a modern perspective of the concerns property owners have about the siting of industrial structures used to transmit or generate various forms of energy and how these concerns impact on property values. • Covers high voltage overhead transmission lines, cell phone towers, and wind turbines.

• Precise, considered and reflective.

Practising valuers, property researchers, and property owners worldwide. Senior students on property; urban planning; and environmental studies courses.

• Grounded in research but speaks to both academics and practitioners. • A seminal work from project management's pre-eminent academic.

Sandy Bond, Professor of Property Studies. Department of Agricultural Management and Property Studies. Lincoln University, New Zealand. Sally Sims, Senior Lecturer in Real Estate and Real Estate Law. Department of Real Estate and Construction Oxford Brookes University, UK. Peter Dent Senior Lecturer in Valuation and Strategic Management. Department of Real Estate and Construction Oxford Brookes University, UK.

Project management academics. Thoughtful practitioners. Postgraduate students world-wide. Peter Morris, Professor of Construction and Project Management, University College London (UCL), is well published. He is a past Chairman of the Association for Project Management (APM) and Deputy Chairman of the International Project Management Association (IPMA).

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Willis's Practice and Procedure for the Quantity Surveyor, 13e

Guide to Measurement using the New Rules of Measurement

Allan Ashworth, Keith Hogg, Catherine Higgs

Sean Ostrowski 978-1-118-33301-3 / 1-118-33301-2 400 pp. Pub: 31/05/13

978-0-470-67219-8 / 0-470-67219-6 432 pp. Pub: 26/04/13

Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics

Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics

The Quantity Surveying profession is at last able to measure buildings from beginning to end using a single standardised rule.

An excellent introduction to the full range of functions carried out by the quantity surveyors, with a strong emphasis on the core skills required by the QS in private practice, public service and contracting organisations.

• Essential guidance for all involved management on construction projects.

Change continues to be a feature in quantity surveying practice, with the New Rules of Measurement, the RICS Black Book and Building Information Modelling (BIM) all adding to the already dynamic environment in which the Quantity Surveyor operates. This new edition of Practice and Procedure for the Quantity Surveyor reflects that dynamic environment, addressing changing practices and procedures in the profession, whilst focussing on the core skills which are essential to success.

• Building measurement for costing purposes is done by someone, somewhere in every country of the world. • Companion website with support for students and lecturers. Quantity surveying students. Measurement is a core subject on all degree courses in Quantity Surveying, mainly at undergraduate level and also on some postgraduate conversion courses. This subject also forms an integral part of courses in construction management and all HNDs, HNCs and Foundation degrees in construction and surveying include it as a module.

• An excellent introduction to the core skills required by the quantity surveyor. • Thoroughly updated, covering NRM, AssocRICS and the latest RICS reports, new research subjects such as carbon accounting, and a completely new chapter on Building Information Management.

Sean Ostrowski (BSc PhD PGCHE FRICS FCIOB FCIArb) is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and has practised in the full range of quantity surveying services for over 30 years, specialising in the field of dispute resolution for both the professional and contracting sectors. He has been a lecturer at London South Bank University for several years.

• A range of worked examples and discussion topics to help students to fully grasp the information. nd


• The NRM are completely new for the construction industry and this is the first guide to them.




• A guide to dispel anxieties about using a new method in an important area of fee generation.

The 13 edition of this classic text, continues to provide a thorough introduction to the work of the quantity surveyor in private practice, in public service and in contracting organisations.

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Allan Ashworth is a Visiting Professor at the University of Salford and the Adjunct Professor in Quantity Surveying at Unitec in New Zealand. He is a former HMI (Her Majesty's Inspector) in the Department for Education and Employment and is the Senior Academic Advisor to the Centre for Education in the Built Environment based at the universities of Cardiff and Salford. Keith Hogg was Associate Dean (Development) in the School of the Built Environment at Northumbria University. He has worked in private practice in the UK and overseas and continues to research and practise in areas of risk management and value management. Cathy Higgs MRICS is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Construction and Property at the University of the West of England, Bristol. S p r i n g / S u m m e r

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Estimating and Cost Planning Using the New Rules of Measurement

Financial Management in Construction Contracting

Sean Ostrowski

978-1-4051-2506-2 / 1-4051-2506-3 456 pp. Pub: 11/01/13

Andrew Ross, Peter Williams

978-1-118-33265-8 / 1-118-33265-2 216 pp. Pub: 19/04/13

Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics Provides an introduction to how construction companies manage their organisation and projects finance and guides students through the practices of cash flow management, cost reporting and cost/value reconciliation. • Insight into how Government legislation can affect Construction practice. • Explanation of how construction companies interpret and apply accounting standards. • Considers the impact that procurement approaches have on project financial control. • Discusses supply chain management and e-bidding. • Up-to-date in compliance with new accounting standards. • Examines the features of cost & value reporting formats currently in use. • Illustrates the application of Earned Value Analysis.

Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics The Quantity Surveying profession is at last able to measure buildings from beginning to end using a single standardised rule. The RICS New Rules of Measurement mean that the construction industry now has a way of allowing a more consistent approach to the measurement and estimating of buildings from the start of a project right through until the end, and beyond... A comprehensive textbook that includes how to measures areas, estimating, cost planning, preliminaries, pricing and elemental cost adjustments is now essential. Despite the increased use of models, BIM systems, 3D sketches and drawings it is still crucial to understand what to measure and how to measure it. This guide explains the process of measurement under the NRM with plenty of diagrams, worked examples and explanations. A practical and detailed exercise accompanies each chapter and the solutions to the exercises with a self-assessment marking sheets are also provided on the companion website. To help demonstrate the concepts and practices more clearly, the website also contains PowerPoint slides with a verbal commentary which follows and explains the narratives, drawings and examples. • Essential guidance for all involved management on construction projects.




Core text for compulsory modules usually taken in 3 year, e.g. Building Economics; Construction Finance; Construction Accounting; Financial Management - on a range of undergraduate programmes, e.g. Quantity Surveying; Commercial Management; Construction Management; Project Management. Also appropriate for postgraduate students, in Commercial Management; and Construction Management.


Dr Andrew Ross, Head of postgraduate programmes, School of the Built Environment, Liverpool John Moores University, is a chartered quantity surveyor/builder, and has published over 100 journal and conference papers on construction economics and procurement and is the joint author of three text books, Building Design Cost Management, Construction UK and Financial Management for Construction Contracting. He has successfully supervised many PhD students and has been an external examiner to numerous overseas Universities for undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree courses. Peter Williams is a Consultant and Lecturer with extensive practical experience in building, civil engineering and surveying. Formerly a chartered builder, chartered quantity surveyor and principal lecturer, he is now a writer, researcher, lecturer and consultant with particular interests in contracts and finance, delay analysis and health and safety management.

• A guide to dispel anxieties about using a new method in an important area of fee generation. • Based on the author's successful roadshows, organised by the RICS to promote the NRM. • The NRM is mandatory so every student and practitioner needs the guidance provided here. • estimating for costing purposes, is done by someone, somewhere in every country of the world. • Companion website provides support for both lecturers and students. Quantity surveying students.

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Introduction to Soil Mechanics

Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures

Béla Bodó, Colin Jones

Kim S. Elliott, Colin Jolly

978-0-470-65943-4 / 0-470-65943-2 528 pp. Pub: 03/05/13 Soil (Civil Engineering)

978-1-4051-0614-6 / 1-4051-0614-X 776 pp. Pub: 15/03/13 Structural & Building Engineering

Introduction to Soil Mechanics covers the basic principles of soil mechanics and illustrates why soil properties are important and how that knowledge is applied in practical situations. With clear, detailed explanations, full coverage of Eurocode 7, well-illustrated with both practical and worked examples, plus many end-of-chapter problems, this book will be an ideal starting point for the study of soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering.

Provides detailed design procedures and reference material on what is now widely regarded as an economic, structurally sound and versatile form of construction for multi-storey buildings. Precast reinforced and prestressed concrete frames provide a high strength, stable, durable and robust solution for any multi-storey structure, and are widely regarded as a high quality, economic and architecturally versatile technology for the construction of multi-storey buildings. The resulting buildings satisfy a wide range of commercial and industrial needs. Precast concrete buildings behave in a different way to those where the concrete is cast in-situ, with the components subject to different forces and movements. These factors are explored in detail in the second edition of Multi-Storey Precast Concrete Framed Structures, providing a detailed understanding of the procedures involved in precast structural design. This new edition has been fully updated to reflect recent developments, and includes many structural calculations based on EUROCODE standards.

This book complements Smith’s Elements of Soil nd rd Mechanics (which is a 2 /3 yr honours degree text) by covering more of the soil properties and less on geotechnical design, and as such it will be more suited to foundation degree and first year undergraduate level. Covers the basic principles of soil mechanics and illustrates why soil properties are important and how that knowledge is applied in practical situations. With clear, detailed explanations, well-illustrated with both practical and worked examples, and many end-of-chapter problems. • Strong coverage of fundamental soil mechanics. • Full coverage of Eurocode7 with worked examples and problems.

• Strongly practical in approach.

• Large number of student problems.

• 'Deserves to be read widely' - The Structural Engineer


Structural engineers, contractors, precast concrete fabricators; final year undergraduates and postgraduate students of civil/structural engineering.

• Ideal for Foundation and 1 year Honours degree. Undergraduate (Foundation and Honours degree level) students of civil engineering.

Kim S. Elliott BTech, PhD, CEng, MICE is a self-employed consultant to the precast industry in the UK and Malaysia. He was Senior Lecturer in the School of Civil Engineering at Nottingham University, UK from 1987-2010, and has been active in research into the behaviour of precast concrete structures, publishing more than 120 papers and 6 text books. He is a member of the FIB UK Group and FIB Commission on Prefabrication. Colin K. Jolly is a self-employed consultant to Cranfield University and the construction industry. He was Senior Lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Southampton University, in the Engineering Systems Department at the Royal Military College of Science (now the Defence Academy), having formerly worked for Consulting Engineers in the UK and Oman. He has published more than 280 papers and industrial reports.

Béla Bodó was born in Hungary and studied at Budapest Technical University, the University of London and the Open University. He developed his expertise in Soil Mechanics during his employment with British Rail and British Coal. Colin Jones was a colleague of Béla at British Coal and studied at the University of Dundee. He has recently retired from the University of Wales, Newport where he was Programme Director for Civil Engineering provision, specialising in the area of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnics.

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Structural Timber Design to Eurocode 5, 2e

Place-making and Policies for Competitive Cities

Jack Porteous, Abdy Kermani

Sako Musterd, Zoltan Kovacs

978-0-470-67500-7 / 0-470-67500-4 616 pp. Pub: 24/05/13 Timber Construction

978-0-470-67503-8 / 0-470-67503-9 368 pp. Pub: 14/06/13 Urban Development

Eurocode 5 standard will become the de-facto standard for all timber based structures in the EU and this book provides a step-by-step approach to the design of all of the most commonly used timber elements and connections using solid timber, glued laminated timber or wood based structural products.

A solidly-grounded and policy-focused study on the urban policy of place-making analyses the management for knowledge-intensive cities. • Highlights best practice for different contexts in managing knowledge-intensive cities. • Draws on experience from 13 European urban regions.

• A clear, step by step guide to designing Eurocode 5 compliant timber structures.

• Establishes the state-of-the art for academic and policy debates in a fast-moving field.

• Features many detailed worked examples to explain how the code works.

Postgraduate students and researchers in planning, public policy, urban and economic geography, urban economics. Policy makers at local, regional, national & international; leaders of knowledge-intensive businesses.

• Thoroughly updated to cover recent amendments to EC 5 and includes the additional requirements of BSI information document PD 6693-1-1.

Sako Musterd is Professor of Urban Geography at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam. His current research activities are in the field of urban conditions for creative knowledge; segregation and exclusion; and the impact of various types of environment on individual's life chances; as well as the relations between these issues. These topics are all addressed in large metropolitan areas in Europe. He has written extensively on these subjects and is editor/author of a dozen books published by international publishers. He is also the Director of the interdisciplinary Urban Studies Priority Research Programme of the University of Amsterdam. He acted as the co-ordinator of the EU-funded URBEX project and the ACRE project (Accommodating Creative Knowledge). He is a member of the editorial/management/advisory boards of the journals Urban Geography; Urban Studies; International Journal of Urban and Regional Research; and Housing Studies. Zoltan Kovacs is scientific advisor at the Geographical Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Professor in Human Geography at the University of Szeged. His scientific spectrum covers urban geography and political geography with special attention to Hungary and East Central Europe. He is heading a small research group within the institute specialised in research related to urban and regional development. He has been involved in several international research projects over the last decade, and acted as guest professor at foreign universities (Bergen, Leipzig etc.). He is member of different scientific committees of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and also Vice-President of the Hungarian Geographical Society.

Structural engineers, civil engineering contractors. Textbook for undergraduate/postgraduate courses in Timber engineering or structural engineering where there is a significant timber component. A library reference for general undergraduate students of civil and structural engineering. Jack Porteous is a consulting engineer specialising in timber engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers. He is a visiting scholar and lecturer in timber engineering at Napier University. Abdy Kermani is the Professor of Timber Engineering and R&D consultant at Napier University. He is a Chartered Engineer, Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers and Fellow of the Institute of Wood Science with over 20 years' experience in civil and structural engineering research, teaching and practice.

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Bio-aggregate-based Building Materials: Applications to Hemp Concretes

Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns and Frames: Mechanics and Design

S. Amziane, Laurent Arnaud

Charles Casandjian, Noël Challamel, Christophe Lanos, Jostein Hellesland

978-1-84821-404-0 / 1-84821-404-9 336 pp. Pub: 06/02/13 Construction Materials

978-1-84821-482-8 / 1-84821-482-0 320 pp. Pub: 06/02/13 Solid Mechanics

This book presents an overview of the knowledge on construction materials made from plant particles by explaining building materials that contain main raw material renewable, recyclable and easily available plant particles.

This book is focused on the theoretical and practical design of reinforced concrete beams, columns and frame structures. It is based on an analytical approach of designing normal reinforced concrete structural elements that are compatible with most international design rules, including for instance the European design rules – Eurocode 2 – for reinforced concrete structures. The book tries to distinguish between what belongs to the structural design philosophy of such structural elements (related to strength of materials arguments) and what belongs to the design rule aspects associated with specific characteristic data (for the material or loading parameters).

• Presents an overview of the knowledge on construction materials made from plant particles. • Explains building materials that contain main raw material renewable, recyclable and easily available plant particles. • Focuses on particles and as well on fibres issued from hemp plant. Engineering & Materials Construction Materials



Professor Sofiane Amziane is in charge of the research program dealing with bio-based building materials at Universite Blaise Pascal (Institut Pascal, Clermont Ferrand, France). Laurent Arnaud is is Professor at the "Ecole Nationale des TPE" ENTPE in University Lyon 1, in the Department of Civil Engineering and Buildings (DGCB), Lyon, France.

Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns and Frames – Mechanics and Design deals with the fundamental aspects of the mechanics and design of reinforced concrete in general, both related to the Serviceability Limit State (SLS) and the Ultimate Limit State (ULS). Some recent research results including the use of non-local mechanics are also presented. This book is aimed at masters students, engineers, researchers in civil engineering and teachers in the field of reinforced concrete design. Charles Casandjian: retired from INSA (National Institute of Applied Sciences) of Rennes, France. Noel Challamel: Professor at University of South Brittany, France. Christophe Lanos: Professor at University of Rennes 1, France. Jostein Hellesland: Professor at University of Oslo, Norway

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Bridge Design and Evaluation: LRFD and LRFR

Design of Highway Bridges: An LRFD Approach, 3e

Gongkang Fu

978-0-470-90066-6 / 0-470-90066-0 544 pp. Pub: 27/02/13 Structures

Richard M. Barker, Jay A. Puckett

978-0-470-42225-0 / 0-470-42225-4 456 pp. Pub: 18/01/13

Update of Wiley's premier text/reference on the engineering design and analysis of short and medium-span bridges using the Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) methodology.

Steel Construction & Bridge Engineering Succinct, real-world approach to complete bridge system design and evaluation.

• Thoroughly updated throughout to conform with changes th made in the latest, 5 edition, of the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications.

• Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) and Load and Resistance Factor Rating (LRFR) based. • Designed specifically for a 3-4 credit course at the undergraduate or graduate level.

• Content reorganized into smaller and more succinct chapters for ease of use.

• The only bridge engineering textbook to cover the important topic of bridge evaluation and rating.

• Increased coverage of computer modeling, calibration of service limit states, rigid method system analysis, and concrete shear.

• Includes numerous exercise problems with full solutions. • Photographs and figures will be based on real bridges to help connect the theoretical with the practical.

• Dozens of worked problems help students apply the techniques discussed to real world problems and design specifications.

• Design and evaluation examples will be from real bridges including actual bridge plans and drawings and design methodologies.

• New coverage of the "green" aspects of recycled steel. Structural Engineers; Transportation Engineers and Transportation Planners; Highway Engineers; General Contractors; Speciality Contractors including steel erectors, pavement and concrete contractors. Members of AASHTO, Asphalt Institute, Transportation Research Board (TRB). Students in civil engineering specializing in structural and transportation engineering. Building Materials suppliers for steel, concrete and pavement.

• Complete coverage of design and evaluation for the entire bridge system, including superstructure and substructure. • Provides discussion of popular bridge design and evaluation software. Students in civil engineering specializing in structural and transportation engineering. Structural Engineers; Transportation Engineers and Transportation Planners; Highway Engineers; General Contractors; Specialty Contractors including steel erectors, pavement and concrete contractors. Members of AASHTO, Asphalt Institute, TRB.

Richard M. Barker, PhD, PE, Mesa, AZ: Professor Emeritus of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Has over 50 years experience with highway bridges as a structural designer, project engineer, researcher and teacher. Jay A. Puckett, PhD, PE, Laramie, WY: V. O. Smith Professor of Civil and Architectural Engineering at the University of Wyoming, and President of Bridge Tech, Inc., a consulting firm that specializes in software development for bridge engineering. With over thirty years of experience in bridge research and development, he has developed software for the analysis and rating of bridge systems that is currently in use at over forty transportation agencies. Dr. Puckett is a subconsultant to Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. for the development of AASHTO's new rating and design systems (Virtis/Opis). His research has involved several National Academy NCHRP projects.

Gongkang Fu, Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Wayne State University and Director of Center for Advanced Bridge Engineering and Changjiang Scholar Chair Professor of Chinese Education Ministry at Tongji University, China. He was head of structures research with the NYS DOT for seven years, and has worked on design projects for the FHWA, and Georgia, New York, Michigan and Ohio DOTs and is an active member of TRB, AASHTO, SSRC, and ASCE.

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Wind Effects on Cable-Supported Bridges

Autumn/Winter 2012 Architecture

You-Lin Xu 978-1-118-18828-6 / 1-118-18828-4 500 pp. Pub: 29/04/13 Steel Construction & Bridge Engineering

Human Experience and Place: Sustaining Identity Architectural Design

Brings together the theoretical research and practical applications of the multi-disciplinary subject of wind effects on cable supported bridges

Paul Brislin 978-1-118-33641-0 / 1-118-33641-0 136 pp. Pub: 09/11/12 General & Introductory Architecture

• Easy-to-follow structure, covering the topic from the fundamentals right through to the state-of-the-art. • Describes advanced topics such as wind induced structural vibration and structural health monitoring.

Celebrates architecture that is culturally rooted and attuned to its local context.

• Gives a comprehensive analysis of methods for vibration reduction and CFD simulations of bridge loading.

Exceptional architecture stands in the face of the negative aspects of commercial globalisation by celebrating the spirit of individual place; and by being rooted in its culture, its geography and in the experience and value systems of the people that have created it. By drawing from work across the world, this issue of AD will demonstrate that it is possible for architects, designers and engineers to design outstanding buildings that sustain a sense of local identity, both in terms of cultural heritage and the conservation of the environment. In the last few years, a groundswell of critical resistance to the homogenised imposition of a form-driven universal architecture, which defies local context, has continued to grow unabated, as has developing interest in an alternative pathway to the design of buildings. • A highly topical and timely subject for discussion. • Includes a significant new essay by Juhani Pallasmaa. • Features work by both well-known and emerging practices worldwide. • The experience of architecture is an established seminar topic in architecture schools, often centred around Rasmussen's and Pallasmaa's writings. • The issue is to be launched in November 2012 at the Sustaining Identity Symposium at the V&A in London.

• Uses two projects with which the author has worked extensively, Stonecutters and Tsing Ma bridges, as worked examples, giving readers a practical understanding. Postgraduate students, professionals, and academics/ researchers in the areas of wind engineering and bridge engineering. Practicing engineers and other professionals in wind engineering and bridge engineering, consultants involved in bridge projects. Prof. Y L Xu, Chair Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, has been the founding Director of Research Centre for Urban Hazards Mitigation of the University since 2002, and was appointed as Head of the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering of the University in 2007. Prof. Xu has conducted research and consultancy work in the field of wind engineering and bridge engineering for almost 30 years. He has worked extensively on wind loading and effect on the Tsing Ma suspension bridge in Hong Kong since 1995. Prof. Xu has also been heavily involved in wind studies of the Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong. At The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Prof. Xu has taught the subject "Wind Engineering" to MSc students since 1998. He has edited 5 books, published over 160 refereed international journal papers, and presented over 200 conference papers. Prof. Xu is a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) and a Fellow Member of the American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE).

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Architects and students. Wider design community. Paul Brislin is a practicing architect and Director of the multi-disciplinary architectural practice, Arup Associates. Paul has curated a number of international symposia at the V&A in London with Juhani Pallasmaa dedicated to the topic of an architecture that sustains human identity through its focus on specific culture, place and human experience. Paul is the editor of the work Arup Associates: Unified Design, and is an editorial board member of Architectural Design (AD).

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The Digital Turn in Architecture 1990-2010: AD Reader

The Making of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Mario Carpo

978-1-119-94069-2 / 1-119-94069-9 288 pp. Pub: 23/11/12 Landscape Design

John C. Hopkins, Peter Neal

978-1-119-95175-9 / 1-119-95175-5 264 pp. Pub: 19/10/12 General & Introductory Architecture

A highly visual and authoritative account of the planning, design, delivery and long-term management of the London 2012 Olympic Park.

A comprehensive anthology documenting the last 20 years of digital thinking and design. Now almost 20 years old, the digital turn in architecture has already gone through several stages and phases. Architectural Design (AD) has captured them all – from folding to cyberspace, nonlinearity and hypersurfaces, from versioning to scripting, emergence, information modelling and parametricism. It has recorded and interpreted the spirit of the times with vivid documentary precision, fostering and often anticipating crucial architectural and theoretical developments. This anthology of AD’s most salient articles is chronologically and thematically arranged to provide a complete historical timeline of the recent rise to pre-eminence of computer-based design and production. Mario Carpo provides an astute overview of the recent history of digital design in his comprehensive introductory essay and in his leaders to each original text. A much needed pedagogical and research tool for students and scholars, this synopsis also relates the present state of digitality in architecture to the history and theory of its recent development and trends, and raises issues of crucial importance for the contemporary practice of the design professions.

• Features key works by FOA, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Ali Rahim, Lars Spuybroek/NOX, Kas Oosterhuis and SHoP. • Features over 120 colour images. Architecture and new media students; architects. Mario Carpo teaches architectural history and theory at the School of Architecture of Paris-La Villette, at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Yale School of Architecture. His research and publications focus on the relationship between architectural theory, cultural history and the history of information technology. Among his publications are the award-winning Architecture in the Age of Printing (2001), monographs on Sebastiano Serlio and Leon Battista Alberti, and The Alphabet and the Algorithm (2011), a history and critique of digital design theory.


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• Provides the only authoritative account of the planning, design, delivery and long-term management of the Olympic Park • Written by those at the heart of the project -- John Hopkins, Project Sponsor for Parklands and Public Realm at the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), and Peter Neal, a key advisor to the ODA. • Provides a unique reference for those involved in the planning, design, delivery and management of sustainable urban parks. • Features 300 colour images of the park at every stage of its design, planning and construction. Landscape architects, engineers and architects. Construction and regeneration professionals affiliated to the development process. Undergraduate and postgraduate students in landscape architecture, architecture, engineering, planning, urban design and sustainability. John Hopkins was Project Director for the Olympic Parklands and Public Realm at the Olympic Delivery Authority, London, UK from 2007 - 2011. Prior to joining the ODA, he was a partner in LDA Design heading up their London office. He has also practiced in Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong and the US. He is a landscape architect, urban designer and environmental planner with expertise in regional planning through to site design and implementation. He is currently a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Pennsylvania and Greenwich. Peter Neal was Head of Public Space at the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment for seven years to the spring of 2011. He was a key advisor to the ODA from master planning through to preparation of the management and maintenance plan for the parklands. Previously he worked as a research associate for HRH the Prince of Wales's Foundation for Architecture and the Built Environment. He edited Urban Villages and the Making of Communities (Routledge, 2003). Peter has spoken at many park and green space conferences and events across the UK and abroad.

• Includes seminal texts by Bernard Cache, Peter Eisenman, John Frazer, Charles Jencks, Greg Lynn, Achim Menges and Patrik Schumacher.

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• Tells the story of the creation of the biggest park to be built in Europe for 150 years.

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The New Pastoralism: Architectural Design

Urban Design Ecologies Reader

Mark Titman

Brian McGrath

978-1-118-33698-4 / 1-118-33698-4 136 pp. Pub: 12/04/13

978-0-470-97406-3 / 0-470-97406-0 304 pp. Pub: 30/11/12 Planning

Landscape Design

Provides a highly pertinent and comprehensive framework for understanding urban design today.

An exploration of a romantic ‘green’ and technological architecture that heals the traditional cut between the city dweller and Nature.

The discipline of urban design is undergoing a rapid expansion and realignment, as it shifts from a profession dominated by architects and planners directed at urban development, to a more expansive set of practices engaging new forms of social and environmental ecologies as cities worldwide adapt to economic restructuring, mass migrations and climate change. This book brings together some of the classic texts from the last forty years which cover the formation of the discipline of urban design, with newly commissioned text which speaks to this new expansion in relation to urgent global challenges. The book will focus attention on the critical tools needed to understand how cities have been designed and constructed and have changed in the past in order to imagine the ways in which cities must be newly designed or adapted to the dual conditions of rapid urbanization and economic restructuring coupled with an unpredictable environmental conditions due to climate change.

New gently engaging architectures are arising that employ biometics, hydroponics, cybernetic feedback systems, micro ecologies, traditional construction methods with natural materials and vertical landscapes. These are used to create small, subtle, natural spaces that help remind us of our humanity. These soft constructions fulfil a hard-wired human desire to be connected to and delighted by Nature. The New Pastoralism will demonstrate how small-scale additions or conversions using planting and wildlife can bring about engaging, delightful and efficient structures and spaces. Each contributor will showcase a particular Nature device that they used to enhance their built proposals. Images will be promoted and made a priority with text as annotation. The prominent featured architects will include: Michael Sorkin, Nicholas Grimshaw, Ken Yeang, Kathryn Findlay and Mos Architecture. The other lesser known contributors will show small or medium sized built projects they have worked on. All contributors will showcase a building, structure or surface as either drawn proposal or built construction. The only theoretical contributions will be an introduction from curator Colin th Harrison who will explore the work of 18 -century pastoral artist Samuel Palmer; and the set designer for the virtual landscapes used in the film Avatar.

The book will be divided into five distinct sections:

Mark Titman is a Senior Lecturer at The University of Greenwich and a partner in a small London-based architectural practice. Mark is the organizer of the annual GREENwich Forum at the Old Naval College in Greenwich. Last year, Mark won an international design competition to provide the drinking fountains for London’s eight Royal Parks, sponsored by Tiffany’s. Mark’s entry ‘Watering Holes’ was selected out of 160 entries from 58 countries. The first fountain opened in St James’s Park in June 2011, the next opened in Greenwich Park for the equestrian events at the London Olympics 2012.

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‘The Architecture of the City’ including texts by Aldo Rossi, Colin Rowe and Mathius Ungers;

‘Metropolitan Architecture’ including writings by Rem Koolhaas and Herbert Muchamp.

‘The Nature of Sprawl’ with essays from Ian McHarg, Albert Pope, Mario Gandelsonas, Bernardo Secchi, Paola Vagano and Xaveer De Geyter.

‘The Mega City’ with work by Janice Pearlman, David Satterthwaite, Matthew Gandy, and Abdou Maliq Simone as well as architects such as Steven Cairns.

‘The Meta City’ with essays by Bernard Tschumi and Winny Maas.

Brian McGrath is Associate Professor of Urban Design at Parsons, the New School for Design, New York. He is currently a co-investigator on an interdisciplinary team on the Baltimore Ecosystem Study, a Long Term Ecological Research where he coordinates a working group linking science research, public policy and design. McGrath has authored and contributed to many books and journals, he also teaches and lectures internationally.

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Construction & Civil Engineering

Construction Management: New Directions, 3e

Ecosystem Services Come To Town: Greening Cities by Working with Nature

Denny McGeorge, Patrick Zou

Gary Grant

A detailed overview of modern construction management concepts showing how they interrelate and can be used to improve the performance of the construction firm.

978-0-470-67401-7 / 0-470-67401-6 320 pp. Pub: 10/12/12 Construction Management

978-1-4051-9506-5 / 1-4051-9506-1 240 pp. Pub: 24/08/12 General & Introductory Architecture

• Surveys new management trends which are of key importance to the construction industry.

The need to find new approaches to development is becoming increasingly urgent in this age of continuing population growth, demographic transition, climate change, fossil fuel peak and biodiversity losses. Restoring ecosystem services and promoting biodiversity is essential to sustainable development - even in built environments.

• These topics not well covered by existing construction management texts. • Addresses new key topics of post GFC - globalisation, the emergence of Indo-Pacific influence, total safety management and opportunity management, as well as significant updates to the original material. • 'Provides a breath of fresh air... well written and carefully referenced' - Construction Manager.

This book demonstrates how to make urban environments greener. It starts by explaining how, by mimicking nature and deliberately creating habitats to provide ecosystem services, cities can become more efficient and more pleasant to live in. The history of cities and city planning is covered with the impacts of industrial urban development described, as well as the contemporary concerns of biodiversity loss, peak oil and climate change. The later sections offer solutions to the challenges of sustainable urban development by describing and explaining a whole range of approaches and interventions, beginning at the regional scale with strategic green infrastructure, looking at districts and precincts, with trees, parks and rain gardens and ending with single buildings, including with green roofs and living walls. • Well illustrated with over 70 colour photos and drawings. • Offers solutions to the challenges of sustainable urban development. • Technical enough to be valuable to practitioners - but still readable and inspirational.

Post graduate and final year undergraduate students in construction and related disciplines. Built environment researchers. Denny McGeorge was Professor of the Built Environment in the Faculty of the Built Environment at The University of New South Wales, and is now a research associate in the same department. Dr Patrick Zou is Associate Professor in Construction Management and Program Director for "Construction Management and Property" in the Faculty of the Built Environment at The University of New South Wales. He is also Adjunct Chair Professor of Risk Management in Hunan University; Visiting Professor in Renmin University of China and Guest Professor in Shenzhen University. First edition licensed: Simplified Chinese

Practising architects and landscape architects; town planners and urban designers. Gary Grant is a Chartered Environmentalist, Member of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, an Academician at the Academy of Urbanism, thesis supervisor at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London, Chair of the Judges of the Integrated Habitats Design Competition and Director of the Green Roof Consultancy Ltd. He has worked on large scale planning projects including the London 2012 Olympic Park, Education City, Qatar and Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi. A r c h i t e c t u r e


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A Primer on International Property Tax: Administration and Policy William J. McCluskey, Gary C. Cornia, Lawrence C. Walters 978-1-4051-2649-6 / 1-4051-2649-3 400 pp. Pub: 01/07/13 Property & Real Estate An in-depth analysis of issues surrounding property taxation, including economics, law, public finance, decentralisation, valuation and property tax reform. •

Examines criteria applied to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of property tax.

Discusses the main valuation methods and the economic principles underpinning them.

Reviews the legal and administrative aspects of property tax.

Surveyors and senior property analysts; tax advisors and policy-makers; valuers, researchers and post-graduate students in Real Estate. William McCluskey, Reader in Real Estate & Valuation, University of Ulster, has held various international positions including Visiting Professor of Real Estate at the University of Lodz, Poland, Professor of Property Studies at Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand and currently Visiting Professor in Real Estate at University of Technology Malaysia. In addition, he has been an invited instructor in real estate at the African Tax Institute and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy: China Programme. He is a founding board member of the International Property Tax Institute. Gary Cornia, Dean of Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University, has been visiting Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and visiting Scholar, Andrew Young School of Policy, Georgia State University. He has published a variety of articles on state and local tax policy, decentralization, and property tax. Lawrence Walters is the Stewart Grow Professor of Public Management at the Romney Institute of Public Management, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.

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