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Principles of Building Construction Management .......................... 6

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BIM ............................................................... 26 Building Codes ........................................... 27

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Soil Mechanics ............................................ 21

Business Practices ....................................... 35 Introduction to Civil and Evironmental Engineering ................................................. 35 Facility Management .................................. 37

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Wiley & RSMeans: A Synergy of Expertise Enhance your construction course with RSMEANS—Wiley is pleased to partner with RSMeans to deliver a new generation of materials for your students. Your students will gain the construction expertise they need for their future careers with NEW resources by Wiley. Wiley manages RSMeans’ current suite of reference books— several of which you will find on these pages; more available on our website—that cover topics from estimating and project management to green building, facility management, home improvement, and more. What’s more, Wiley and RSMeans have launched a cobranded series of new references for construction courses, in both print and electronic formats, combining the expertise of two trusted brands for the ongoing benefit of our customers. Prefer to customize your course? Combine assets within RSMEANS titles to create your own Construction text in just 3 easy steps with Wiley Custom Select. customselect.wiley.com

Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction Wayne J. DelPico 978-1-118-13923-3 • September 2013

The key to successful project management lies in the fusing of cost to schedule whereby the management of one helps the management of the other. A project’s cost and duration must have a direct relationship with baselines for tracking the project and keeping both cost and schedule on target. This book explores the reasons behind the methodologies for proper planning, monitoring, and controlling cost and schedule, filling a void in the current literature on project control in contemporary construction. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Basics. Chapter 2: Introduction to Project Control. Chapter 3: PreConstruction Planning. Chapter 4: The Schedule. Chapter 5: The Budget. Chapter 6: Integrating the Schedule and the Budget. Chapter 7: Calculating and Analyzing Progress. Chapter 8: Analyzing and Reporting Variances in Schedule and Cost. Chapter 9: Recognizing Trends and Forecasting Performance. Chapter 10: Productivity. Chapter 11: Acceleration and Schedule Compression. Chapter 12: Resource Management. Chapter 13: Risk Management. Chapter 14: Project Closeout.

RSMeans Estimating Handbook, 3rd Edition Means Engineering Staff 978-0-87629-273-0 • August 2009

RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition Means Engineering Staff 978-1-118-13352-1 • November 2012

A Student Edition of the standard reference for the built environment, this dictionary uses non-technical language to clearly define a wide range of construction concepts and terms. Using the printed book or digital platforms, readers will have at their fingertips nearly 10,000 terms, phrases, and abbreviations from every area of construction, as well as more than 1,000 drawings and photographs to help illustrate concepts. An extensive reference section with plan symbols and conversions and equivalents rounds off this essential guide for readers at every skill level in construction, architecture, and design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface VII. Acknowledgments IX. Terms and Definitions 1. Appendix 355

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This comprehensive reference covers the full spectrum of technical data required to estimate costs for major construction projects. Widely used in the industry for tasks ranging from routine estimates to special cost analysis projects, the book has been completely updated and reorganized with new and expanded technical information. RSMeans Estimating Handbook will help construction professionals evaluate architectural plans and specifications, prepare accurate quantity takeoffs, compare design alternatives and costs, perform value engineering, and double-check estimates and quotes. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: General Requirements. Chapter 2: Existing Conditions. Chapter 3: Concrete. Chapter 4: Masonry. Chapter 5: Metals. Chapter 6: Wood, Plastics & Composites. Chapter 7: Thermal & Moisture Protection. Chapter 8: Openings. Chapter 9: Finishes. Chapter 10: Specialties. Chapter 11: Equipment. Chapter 12: Furnishings. Chapter 13: Special Construction. Chapter 14: Conveying Systems. Chapter 21: Fire Suppression. Chapter 22: Plumbing. Chapter 23: Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning. Chapter 26, 27, and 28: Electrical, Communications & Security. Chapter 31: Earthwork. Chapter 32: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 33: Utilities. Chapter 34: Transportation. Chapter 44: Pollution Control Equipment.

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How to Estimate with RSMeans Data, 4th Edition Saleh A. Mubarak PhD, RSMeans 978-1-118-02528-4 • March 2012

Using North America’s most recognized construction cost data from RSMeans, this step-by-step guide develops problemsolving skills through over 300 sample problems and exercises. All of the major construction items, including site work, concrete and masonry, wood and metal framing, doors and windows, and more are covered. Access to a password-protected website is included, which contains the instruction version of RSMeans Cos/Works, the electronic version of RSMeans Building Construction Cost Data, and sample building plans and spreadsheets, enabling readers to practice creating a complete construction estimate. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Basic Calculations. Chapter 2: Spreadsheet Types. Chapter 3: Cost Estimating: An Introduction. Chapter 4: General Requirements. Chapter 5: Adjusting RSMeans Data to Job Conditions. Chapter 6: Concrete (Division 3) Chapter 7: Masonry (Division 4). Chapter 8: Metals (Division 5). Chapter 9: Wood and Plastics, Thermal and Moisture Protection (Divisions 67). Chapter 10: Doors and Windows, Interior Finish, and Equipment (Divisions 814). Chapter 11: Fire Suppression, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical (Divisions 2128). Chapter 12: Earthwork (Division 31). Chapter 13: Equipment Analysis. Chapter 14: Assemblies Estimating. Chapter 15: Approximate Estimates.

Estimating Building Costs for the Residential and Light Commercial Construction Professional, 2nd Edition Wayne J. DelPico 978-1-118-09941-4 • March 2012

Completely revised, updated, and reorganized to conform to Masterformat 2010, this new edition provides a step-by-step guide to estimating building costs for contractors. A series of questions at the end of each chapter helps the reader summarize the content while new material makes this edition more comprehensive than ever. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Working Drawings. Chapter 2: Understanding the Specifications. Chapter 3: Calculating Linear Measure, Area, and Volume. Chapter 4: The Quantity Takeoff and Pricing. Chapter 5: Understanding Material and Labor Costs. Chapter 6: General Requirements. Chapter 7: Existing Conditions. Chapter 8: Concrete. Chapter 9: Masonry. Chapter 10: Metals. Chapter 11: Wood, Plastics, and Composites. Chapter 12: Thermal and Moisture Protection. Chapter 13: Openings. Chapter 14: Finishes. Chapter 15: Specialties. Chapter 16: Equipment, Furnishings, Special Construction, and Conveying Equipment. Chapter 17: Fire Suppression. Chapter 18: Plumbing. Chapter 19: Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC). Chapter 20: Integrated Automation. Chapter 21: Electrical Systems. Chapter 22: Communications, Electronic Safety, and Security. Chapter 23: Earthwork. Chapter 24: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 25: Utilities. Chapter 26: Profit and Contingencies. Chapter 27: Estimating by Computer. Chapter 28: Conceptual Estimating.

Green Building: Project Planning and Cost Estimating, 3rd Edition RSMeans 978-0-87629-261-7 • October 2010

Building codes and standards have adopted much stricter energy efficiencies. This Third Edition has been updated with the latest in green building technologies, design concepts, standards, and costs. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: Green Building Concepts. Chapter 1: Green Building Approaches. Chapter 2: Introduction to Green Building Materials & Systems. Chapter 3: Building Deconstruction. Chapter 4: Efficient Use of Energy & Other Resources. Chapter 5: Solar Energy Systems. Chapter 6: Wind Power. Chapter 7: Health, Comfort & Productivity. Part II: Designing, Specifying & Commissioning the Green Building. Chapter 8: The Green Design Process & Associated Costs. Chapter 9: Rating Systems, Standards & Guidelines. Chapter 10: Budgeting & Financing Construction. Chapter 11: Specifying Green Products & Materials. Chapter 12: Commissioning the Green Building. Part III: Analyzing Economic & Environmental Impacts. Chapter 13: Economic Analysis & Green Buildings. Chapter 14: Evaluating Products Over Their Life Cycle. Chapter 15: Evaluation, Analysis & Data Tools. Chapter 16: The Greening of Commercial Real Estate. Part IV: Case Studies.

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RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary: The Complete Source of Construction Terms and Concepts, with Free Interactive CD-ROM, 4th Edition RSMeans 978-0-87629-092-7 • September 2009

This new edition of the popular construction dictionary features more than 20,000 terms, phrases, and abbreviations along with more than 1,400 illustrations. It offers comprehensive coverage of construction trades, practices, and equipment; easy-to-understand, illustrated definitions of materials and methods; updated and expanded coverage of current trends including automation, green building, and energy conservation; and extensive references with plan symbols, contact listings for professional organizations, conversations and equivalents, and much more. The book includes a CD-ROM that lets you browse and search the complete print version of the dictionary with additional expanded information and graphics. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Terms and Definitions. Reference Section: A: Weights, Measures, Equivalents, and Conversions. B: Metric Conversions and Equivalents. C: Preliminary Building Size Determination. D: Definitions of Abbreviations Used in Formulas. E: Symbols. F. Professional Associations.

Residential & Light Commercial Construction Standards, 3rd Edition, Updated RSMeans 978-0-87629-012-5 • July 2008

A popular reference used daily by builders, contractors, architects, and owners, this guide is a unique collection of industry standards that define quality in construction. For construction personnel, it provides authoritative requirements and recommendations compiled from the nation’s leading professional associations, industry publications, and building code organizations. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Asphalt Paving: Subgrade Preparation, Placement, Design. Chapter 2: Concrete: Planning Concrete Construction, Freezing & Thawing Exposures, Deterioration, Water Penetration Prevention Methods, Waterproofing & Dampproofing Foundations, Testing Methods, Admixtures, Joints, Reinforcing Steel Placement, Anchor Bolts, Post-Tensioning, Shotcrete, Formwork, Piles & Caissons, Slabs, Surfaces, Pipes & Conduits, Tolerances. Chapter 3: Masonry: Installation, Masonry Walls, Fireplaces & Chimneys, Retaining Walls, Block Wall Tolerances, Paving with Masonry Units. Chapter 4: Metal Framing: Light-Gauge Steel Construction, Allowable Tolerances, Steel Framing Members, Construction Guidelines, Steel Siding Support, Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings. Chapter 5: Wood Framing: Lumber Grade Stamps, Engineered Wood Products, Nails & Fasteners, Wood Joists & Plywood Decks, Bored Holes & Notching, Walls, Columns, Roof Framing, Fire Blocks & Draft Stops, Structural Sheathing, Subfloor, Stair Framing, Egress, Access, Garages, Hurricane & Earthquake Resistance, Allowable Tolerances.

Construction Project Safety John Schaufelberger, Ken-Yu Lin 978-1-118-23192-0 • December 2013

This introduction to construction safety for management personnel uses a project-based approach to present hazards in construction and their mitigation or prevention. After introducing Accident Prevention Programs and OSHA compliance requirements, Construction Project Safety integrates safety instruction into the building process by following a building project from site construction through interior finish. Photographs, drawings, contract documentation, and an online 3D BIM model reinforce this applied approach and help readers visualize onsite scenarios. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Worker Compensation and Injured Worker Management. Chapter 3: Accident Prevention Program. Chapter 4: OSHA Compliance. Chapter 5: Safety for Project Start Up. Chapter 6: Safety for Site Preparation, Earthwork, and Foundation. Chapter 7: Safety for the Super Structure. Chapter 8: Safety for the Exterior Enclosure. Chapter 9: Safety for the Interior Construction. Chapter 10: Safety for the Miscellaneous Work Items.

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Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, 3rd Edition

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John J. McKeon

Charles J. Kibert

978-0-470-87421-9 • January 2012

978-0-470-90445-9 • November 2012

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Using the latest version of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system and other tools, Charles Kibert, in a clear and accessible writing style, addresses issues so that readers can think critically and independently when considering cutting-edge issues in green building. New coverage includes Carbon Neutral Design and Carbon Accounting. This book is a must for the builder/owner or manager looking to take advantage of the opportunities in this rapidly evolving field.

The must-have guide for anyone considering a career in construction management, Becoming a Construction Manager explains everything a person needs to John J. McKeon know to become a Construction Manager—from formal education to getting a first job. This practical guide is packed with useful information for anyone considering or beginning a career in construction management, as well as professional construction managers seeking to work in a specific area. From scheduling and cost management to sustainability and technology implementation, all of the important career choices are explained by successful construction managers at top international firms.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

Foreword by Bruce D’Agostino, CAE, FCMAA

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview. Part I: Green Building Foundations. Chapter 2: Background. Chapter 3: Ecological Design. Part II: Green Building Rating Systems and Processes. Chapter 4: Green Building Assessment. Chapter 5: LEED. Chapter 6: Green Globes. Part III: Green Building Systems. Chapter 7: The Green Building Design Process. Chapter 8: Sustainable Site and Landscaping. Chapter 9: Energy and Carbon Footprint Reduction. Chapter 10: The Building Hydrologic System. Chapter 11: Closing Material Loops. Chapter 12: Indoor Environmental Quality. Part IV: Green Building Implementation. Chapter 13: Construction Operations and Planning. Chapter 14: Green Building Economics. Chapter 15: The Cutting Edge of Sustainable Construction.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction. Chapter 1. What Does a Construction Manager Do? Chapter 2. The Education of a CM. Chapter 3. The Experience of the Construction Manager. Chapter 4. Construction Managers Place in the World. Chapter 5. The Future of Construction Management. Appendix.

Construction Management, 4th Edition Daniel W. Halpin, Bolivar A. Senior 978-0-470-44723-9 • November 2010

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The construction professional has to be a jack of all trades, and master of all. This text covers a wide range of subjects, reflecting the breadth of knowledge needed to understand the dynamics of this large and complex industry. This edition introduces extended coverage in the scheduling area to address more advanced and practice-oriented procedures such as Start to Start, Finish to Finish, and similar relationships between activities in a network schedule. This Fourth Edition preserves the features that have been most appreciated by its users throughout the years and includes suggestions provided by instructors and students, culled through formal surveys and informal feedback to the authors. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: History and Basic Concepts. Chapter 2: Preparing the Bid Package. Chapter 3: Issues During Construction Phase. Chapter 4: Construction Contracts. Chapter 5: Legal Structure. Chapter 6: Impact of Taxes. Chapter 7: Project Planning. Chapter 8: Project Scheduling. Chapter 9: Scheduling—PERT Networks and Linear Operations. Chapter 10: The Mathematics of Money. Chapter 11: Project Cash Flow. Chapter 12: Project Funding. Chapter 13: Equipment Ownership Chapter 14: Equipment Productivity. Chapter 15: Construction Labor. Chapter 16: Estimating Process. Chapter 17: Cost Control. Chapter 18: Materials Management. Chapter 19: Safety. Chapter 20: Construction Operations.

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Construction Management JumpStart: The Best First Step Toward a Career in Construction Management, 2nd Edition

Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, DBIA

Construction Management

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Barbara J. Jackson 978-0-470-60999-6 • April 2010

The construction management industry is expected to increase employment by 16 percent over the next decade. This Second Edition of the bestselling introduction to construction management walks srudents through each stage of the construction management process. Written from the constructor’s perspective, this book will familiarize students with all the construction management fundamentals and how Building Information Modeling (BIM) is impacting the construction management profession.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction. Chapter 1: The Construction Industry. Chapter 2: What Is Construction Management? Chapter 3: How We Get the Work. Chapter 4: The Construction Contract. Chapter 5: Project Stages. Chapter 6: Estimating Project Costs. Chapter 7: Contract Administration. Chapter 8: Construction Operations and Job Site Management. Chapter 9: Project Planning and Scheduling. Chapter 10: Monitoring Project Performance. Chapter 11: Managing Quality and Safety. Chapter 12: Managing Project Risks. Chapter 13: Building Information Modeling. Appendix A: Common Acronyms Used in Construction. Appendix B: Answers to Review Questions. Glossary. Index.

Construction of Architecture: From Design to Built Ralph W. Liebing 978-0-471-78355-8 • October 2007

This is a primer for all people entering the construction industry and related disciplines. Following a chronological approach to the building process, the reader is introduced to the technical and management aspects, offering a broad view of the industry as well as specific tasks needed to complete a project. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. Prologue. Chapter 1: Introduction and Context. Chapter 2. Project Inception and Determination. Chapter 3: Resolution and Design. Chapter 4: Selection, Incorporation, and Documentation. Chapter 5: The Documents and Code Compliance. Chapter 6: Bidding, Award, and Contract. 7: Constructing, Erecting, and Installing. Chapter 8: Refinement and Enhancement. Chapter 9: Completion and Occupancy. Chapter 10: Post Occupancy. Appendix: Trade Associations. Glossary. Index.

Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Seventh Edition Richard H. Clough, Glenn A. Sears, S. Keoki Sears 978-0-471-44988-1 • March 2005

Construction Contracting covers the entire set of skills, knowledge, and conceptual tools needed to successfully own or manage a construction company, as well as undertake any actual construction project. This updated Seventh Edition is driven by important changes in construction laws, regulations, contractual documents, and means of project delivery. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. List of Figures. Chapter 1: The Construction Industry. Chapter 2: Business Ownership. Chapter 3: Company Organization. Chapter 4: Drawings and Specifications. Chapter 5: Cost Estimating and Bidding. Chapter 6: Construction Contracts. Chapter 7: Contract Surety Bonds. Chapter 8: Construction Insurance. 9: Business Methods. Chapter 10: Project Management and Administration. Chapter 11: Project Time Management. Chapter 12: Project Cost Management. Chapter 13: Labor Law. Chapter 14. Labor Relations. Chapter 15. Project Safety.

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Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition Edward Allen, Joseph Iano 978-1-118-13891-5 • October 2013

Now in its Sixth Edition, this bestselling reference focuses on the basic materials and methods used in building construction. Emphasizing common construction systems such as light wood frame, masonry bearing wall, steel frame, and reinforced concrete construction, the new edition includes new information on building materials properties; the latest on “pre-engineered” building components and sustainability issues; and reflects the latest building codes and standards. The book also features an expanded series of case studies along with more axonometric detail drawings and revised photographs for a thoroughly illustrated approach. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Making Buildings. Chapter 2: Foundations and Sitework. Chapter 3: Wood. Chapter 4: Heavy Timber Frame Construction. Chapter 5: Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 6: Exterior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 7: Interior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 8: Brick Masonry. Chapter 9: Stone and Concrete Masonry. Chapter 10: Masonry Wall Construction. Chapter 11: Steel Frame Construction. Chapter 12: Light Gauge Steel Frame Construction. Chapter 13: Concrete Construction. Chapter 14: Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems. Chapter 15: Precast Concrete Framing Systems. Chapter 16: Roofing. Chapter 17: Glass and Glazing. Chapter 18: Windows and Doors. Chapter 19: Designing Exterior Wall Systems. Chapter 20: Cladding with Masonry and Concrete. Chapter 21: Cladding with Metal and Glass. Chapter 22: Selecting Interior Finishes. Chapter 23: Interior Walls and Partitions. Chapter 24: Finish Ceilings and Floors.

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Edward Allen, Joseph Iano 978-1-118-65328-9 • October 2013

This essential companion to Fundamentals of Building Construction, Sixth Edition lets students explore the types of everyday issues faced by professional architects. It offers students a hands-on way to apply material learn in the core book with forty-six real-world construction problems, clear instructions for each exercise, informative illustrations, and ample space to work out answers. Complete with online resources for students and instructors, Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition provides expert developmental guidance from the industry’s leading author team. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Making Buildings. Foundations. Wood. Heavy Timber Frame Construction. Wood Light Frame Construction. Exterior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Interior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Brick Masonry. Stone and Concrete Masonry. Masonry Wall Construction. Steel Frame Construction. Light Gauge Steel Frame Construction. Concrete Construction. Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems. Precast Concrete Framing Systems. Roofing. Glass and Glazing. Windows and Doors. Designing Exterior Wall Systems. Cladding with Metal and Glass. Selecting Interior Finishes. Interior Walls and Partitions. Finish Ceilings and Floors.

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Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition FRANCIS D. K.

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For over three decades, Building Construction Illustrated has offered an outstanding introduction to the principles of building construction. This new edition of the revered classic remains as relevant as ever, providing the latest information in Francis D.K. Ching’s signature style. Its rich and comprehensive approach clearly presents all of the basic concepts underlying building construction. This new edition features digital enhancements delivered as an online companion to the print edition or embedded in e-book editions. It includes a 3D model showing how building components come together in a final project and reflects the 2012 International Building Codes and 2012 LEED system. Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition presents the most current knowledge in a richly illustrated and comprehensive fashion. FIFTH EDITION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Building Site. Chapter 2: The Building. Chapter 3: Foundation Systems. Chapter 4: Floor Systems. Chapter 5: Wall Systems. Chapter 6: Roof Systems. Chapter 7: Moisture and Thermal Protection. Chapter 8: Doors and Windows. Chapter 9: Special Construction. Chapter 10: Finish Work. Chapter 11: Mechanical and Electrical Systems. Chapter 12: Notes on Materials. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, 9th Edition

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This revision of the definitive text features the latest developments in the materials and Edward Allen Rob Thallon methods of house construction, including energy efficiency, and a new chapter on small, multi-family apartment buildings. Organized in a logical, easy-to-follow format, it covers codes, costs, and management procedures, discusses building materials, and explores basic building systems. The book is heavily illustrated with over 1,250 drawings and photographs.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: Context. Chapter 1: The Context for Construction. Chapter 2: The Construction Community: Builders, Contractors, and Developers. Chapter 3: The Design Community. Part II: Materials. Chapter 4: The Material Wood. Chapter 5: Masonry. Chapter 6: Concrete. Part III: Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 7: Rough Sitework. Chapter 8: Foundations. Chapter 9: Floor and Wall Framing. Chapter 10: Roof Framing. Chapter 11: Finishing the Roof. Chapter 12: Windows and Exterior Doors. Chapter 13: Finishing the Exterior Walls. Chapter 14: Plumbing. Chapter 15: Heating and Cooling. Chapter 16: Electrical Wiring. Chapter 17: Thermal Insulation. Chapter 18: Fireplaces and Stoves. Chapter 19: Interior Surfaces. Chapter 20: Finishing the Interior. Chapter 21: Finish Sitework. Part IV: Alternative Construction Systems. Chapter 22: Multifamily Construction. Chapter 23: Low-Tech, Low-Energy Construction. Chapter 24: Loadbearing Masonry and Concrete Construction. Chapter 25: Timber Frame Construction. Chapter 26: Light-Gauge Steel Construction. Chapter 27: Panelized Construction.

Building Construction Illustrated, 4th Edition Francis D.K. Ching

978-0-470-54740-3 • December 2011

978-0-470-08781-7 • February 2008

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. Acknowledgments for the Ninth Edition. Disclaimer. Chapter 1: Design and Contracting Requirements. Chapter 2: Existing Conditions. Chapter 3: Concrete. Chapter 4: Masonry. Chapter 5: Metals. Chapter 6: Wood, Plastics, and Composites. Chapter 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection. Chapter 8: Openings. Chapter 9: Finishes. Chapter 10: Specialties. Chapter 11: Furnishings. Chapter 12: Special Construction. Chapter 13: Conveying Systems. Chapter 14: Fire Suppression. Chapter 15: Plumbing. Chapter 16: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. Chapter 17: Electrical. Chapter 18: Communications. Chapter 19: Electronic Safety and Security. Chapter 20: Earthwork. Chapter 21: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 22: Utilities. Chapter 23: Properties of Materials. Chapter 24: The Metric System of Measurement. Glossary. Index.

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Established as one of the leading books on the materials and methods of Principles, Materials, and Methods construction, the Ninth Edition of Olin’s Construction is the most comprehensive H. Leslie Simmons, R A, CSI text on the subject, covering not only the materials and methods of building construction, but also building systems and equipment, utilities, properties of materials, and current design and contracting requirements.

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For nearly three decades, Building Construction Illustrated has offered an outstanding introduction to the principles of building construction. This new edition of the revered classic remains as relevant as ever—providing the latest information in Francis D.K. Ching’s signature style. Its rich and comprehensive approach clearly presents all of the basic concepts underlying building construction and equips readers with useful guidelines for approaching virtually any new materials or techniques they may encounter. Laying out the material and structural choices available, it provides a full understanding of how these choices affect a building’s form and dimension, complete with more than 1,000 illustrations. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. Chapter 1: The Building Site. Chapter 2: The Building. Chapter 3: Foundation Systems. Chapter 4: Floor Systems. Chapter 5: Wall Systems. Chapter 6: Roof Systems. Chapter 7: Moisture & Thermal Protection. Chapter 8: Doors & Windows. Chapter 9: Special Construction. Chapter 10: Finish Work. Chapter 11: Mechanical & Electrical Systems. Chapter 12: Notes on Materials. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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Here is a comprehensive introduction to acoustical design in architecture and interiors, in an easy-to-understand format. Architectural Acoustics Illustrated translates the quantitative and qualitative content of acoustics into the graphic language of architecture. Text, ample illustrations, and animations outline the physics of sound, the design of spaces for listening, and best-practices for limiting and mitigating noise in buildings. Using a highly visual format (featuring over 350 illustrations and numerous summary checklists), it explains the principles of architectural acoustics and its practical application in building projects and reflects the latest materials and design techniques. Directed at architects and architecture students, engineers, musicians, acousticians, building professionals, and interested laypeople, the book offers a “first-look” at the interaction of sound and space, and a comprehensive “how-to” practical guide for designing with acoustics in mind.

Sustainable design gets the Ching treatment in Green Building Illustrated. Ching BUiLDing brings his signature style to the theory iLLUsTraTED and practices of green building, from exterior to interior, providing a framework and detailed strategies for designing substantively green buildings. The book begins by explaining why we need to build green, the theory behind it, current green ratings systems, and new directions in the industry. It follows with comprehensive discussion of community and site selection; passive design; moving towards net zero through outer envelope and inner envelope design; water conservation; ventilation and indoor air quality; active heating and cooling; minimumimpact materials; operations, maintenance, and quality control; affordability and life-cycle analysis; and the importance of nature and beauty in green design.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction. Basic Theory. Sound Level. Sound Propagation. Frequency. Sound Absorption. Room Acoustics. Room Acoustic Qualities. Theater Planning. Acoustic Defects. Design Checklists. Sounds System Design. Noise Isolation. Sound Isolation Principles. Measures of Airborne Sound Isolation. Background Noise. Door and Window Sound Isolation. Footfall Noise. Community Noise. Mechanical Systems Noise. Plumbing Noise.

Introduction. First Principles. Codes, Standards, and Guidelines. Community and Site. Building Shape. Near-Building Features. Outer Envelope. Unconditioned Spaces. Inner Envelope. Zoning and Compartmentalization. Lighting and Other Electric Loads. Cold and Hot Water. Indoor Environmental Quality. Heating and Cooling. Renewable Energy. Materials. Schedules and Sequences. Affordability Quality in Green Design and Construction. Conclusion. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

Guide to the LEED V4 Green Associate Exam Michelle Cottrell

GUIDE TO THE

LEED V4 ®

GREEN ASSOCIATE EXAM

MICHELLE COTTRELL, LEED AP BD+C

978-1-118-87031-0 • October 2014

Motivating, engaging, and packed with expert advice, the second edition of the Guide to the LEED V4 Green Associates Exam helps eager professionals study for—and pass—the LEED GA v4 exam. Written by a LEED consultant and trainer, this book covers all the necessary information to pass the exam, including: an overview of the credentialing process; an overview of the strategies and technologies of LEED; tips from the author on how to prepare and study for the exam; and test questions and flash cards to help you study. Plus there’s a password-protected website that includes electronic study materials and videos. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Introduction to the Concepts of Sustainable Design. Chapter 3: Integrative Process. Chapter 4: Third-Party Verification. Chapter 5: The LEED Green Building Certification Program. Chapter 6: Essential LEED® Concepts. Chapter 7: Location and Transportation. Chapter 8: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 9: Water efficiency. Chapter 10: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 11: Materials and Resources. Chapter 12: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 13: Innovation and Regional Priority. Chapter 14: Study Tips.

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Toward More Sustainable Infrastructure: Project Evaluation for Planners and Engineers

Working Toward

WORKING TOWARD Sustainability: Ethical

SUSTAINABILITY ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING IN A TECHNOLOGICAL WORLD

Decision-Making in a Technological World

Charles J. Kibert, Martha C. Monroe, Anna L. Peterson, Richard R. Plate, Leslie Paul Thiele 978-0-470-53972-9 • October 2011

Charles J. Kibert Martha C. Monroe Anna L. Peterson Richard R. Plate Leslie Paul Thiele

Carl D. Martland

TOWARD MORE SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE:

978-0-470-44876-2 • February 2011

Project Evaluation for Planners and Engineers

Toward More Sustainable Infrastructure presents methods for evaluating projects and programs aimed at improving the performance and sustainability of infrastructure projects. It introduces system performance, concepts of sustainability, methods of engineering economics, and provides numerous case studies, examples, and exercises based upon real-world problems. The text is designed to aid in understanding why major infrastructure projects are undertaken, how they are structured and evaluated, and how they are financed. CARL D. MARTLAND

Because sustainability ultimately rests on ethics, this groundbreaking book is a crucial link in extending sustainability from a mere intellectual exercise to a broader spectrum. Working Toward Sustainability develops a comprehensive ethical foundation for sustainability by bringing together nine ethical principles in a cohesive manner to provide the badly needed ethical arguments that support this important concept. Each chapter is supported by case studies, exercises, and other pedagogy.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: A Context for Sustainability. Chapter 2: The Technology Challenge. Chapter 3: Introduction to Ethical Concepts. Chapter 4: Social Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 5: Environmental Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 6: Economic Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 7: Integrating the Three Legs of Sustainability. Chapter 8: Improving Our Thinking about Sustainability Chapter 9: The Process of Changing Behavior. Chapter 10: Creating Change with Groups Chapter 11: Applying an Ethic of Sustainability. Index.

GREEN BUILDING Project Planning Cost Estimating

&

Green Building: Project Planning and Cost Estimating, 3rd Edition

Chapter 1: Introduction. Part I: Building Infrastructure to Serve the Needs of Society. Chapter 2: System Performance. Chapter 3: Basic Economic Concepts. Chapter 4: Public Perspective: Economic, Environmental, and Social Concerns. Chapter 5: Comparing Strategies for Improving System Performance. Chapter 6: The Panama Canal. Part II: Comparing Economic and Financial Impacts Over the Life of Proposed Projects. Chapter 7: Equivalence of Cash Flows. Chapter 8: Choosing a Discount Rate. Chapter 9: Financial Assessment. Chapter 10: Rules of the Game: Taxes, Depreciation, and Regulation. Part III: Developing Projects and Programs to Deal with Problems and Opportunities. Chapter 12: Public-Private Partnerships. Chapter 13: Dealing with Risks and Uncertainties. Chapter 14: Managing Projects and Programs. Chapter 15: Toward More Sustainable Infrastructure. Chapter 16: Final Thoughts and Further Reading.

Sun, Wind & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition

RSMeans 978-0-87629-261-7 • October 2010

G. Z. Brown, Mark DeKay Green building is no longer a trend. Since the publication of the widely read First Edition of this book, green building is responsible for major advances in design and construction. Building codes and standards have adopted much stricter energy efficiencies. This Third Edition has been updated with the latest in green building technologies, design concepts, standards, and costs.

978-0-470-94578-0 • September 2013

third edition

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: Green Building Concepts. Chapter 1: Green Building Approaches. Chapter 2: Introduction to Green Building Materials & Systems. Chapter 3: Building Deconstruction. Chapter 4: Efficient Use of Energy & Other Resources. Chapter 5: Solar Energy Systems. Chapter 6: Wind Power. Chapter 7: Health, Comfort & Productivity. Part II: Designing, Specifying & Commissioning the Green Building. Chapter 8: The Green Design Process & Associated Costs. Chapter 9: Rating Systems, Standards & Guidelines. Chapter 10: Budgeting & Financing Construction. Chapter 11: Specifying Green Products & Materials. Chapter 12: Commissioning the Green Building. Part III: Analyzing Economic & Environmental Impacts. Chapter 13: Economic Analysis & Green Buildings. Chapter 14: Evaluating Products Over Their Life Cycle. Chapter 15: Evaluation, Analysis & Data Tools. Chapter 16: The Greening of Commercial Real Estate. Part IV: Case Studies.

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Today’s architects must have the ability to consider the relationship between the form of a building and the energy it uses at the beginning of the design process. Taking advantage of the natural forces of sun, wind, and light are an essential element in the design of sustainable, energy efficient buildings. This book explores the principles behind using sun, wind, and light in building design, with a focus on practical strategies and helpful illustrations. The book includes a searchable DVD packed with resources. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: The Sustainable Design Navigator. Part II: Sustainable Design Resources. Part III: Navigation. Part IV: Using Sun, Wind, and Light. Part V: The Fundamental Bundles. Part VI: Quick Design Guidelines. Part VII: Top 25 Design Strategies.

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S U S TA I N A B L E / G R E E N C O N S T R U C T I O N

LINDA REEDER, AIA ®

Understanding LEED , ® ® Green Globes , ENERGY STAR , the National Green Building Standard , and More ™

GUIDE TO

GREEN BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS

Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More

Contractor’s Guide to Green Building Construction: Management, Project Delivery, Documentation, and Risk Reduction

Linda Reeder

Thomas E. Glavinich, Associated General Contractors, Thomas A. Taylor

978-0-470-40194-1 • March 2010

978-0-470-05621-9 • March 2008

Rating systems verifying and quantifying sustainable design were once an unrecoverable, unnecessary cost. Now, rating systems are a marketing tool to lower operating costs. Guide to Green Building Rating Systems is the only guide to compare and contrast complex rating systems of green buildings. This book is essential for owners, builders, construction managers, and design teams in selecting the appropriate rating system for their project.

Prepared under the supervision of a specially assembled AGC task force in conjunction with the author, Tom Glavinich, this is the first guide to green building written specifically for contractors and builders. Taking a broad view of the various competing green standards, Contractor’s Guide to Green Building Construction avoids endorsing any single standard in favor of presenting the business fundamentals common to them all.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Introduction. Chapter 1: Residential Rating Systems: A Comparison. Chapter 2: Commerical Rating Systems: A Comparison. Chapter 3: Energy Star for Residential Projects. Chapter 4: LEED for Homes. Chapter 5: NAHB Model Green Home Building Guidelines. Chapter 6: National Green Building Standard. Chapter 7: Local and Regional Residential Programs. Chapter 8: Energy Star for Commerical Buildings. Chapter 9: Green Globes. Chapter 10: LEED for Commercial New Constructions. Chapter 11: Local and Regional Commerical Programs. Chapter 12: International Rating Systems. Resources. Notes. Index.

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Chapter 1: Green Construction & The Contractor. Chapter 2: Elements of Green Construction. Chapter 3: Understanding Green Project Requirements. Chapter 4: Contracting for Green Construction. Chapter 5: Managing Green Design. Chapter 6: Green Subcontracting. Chapter 7: Green Procurement. Chapter 8: Constructing a Green Project. Chapter 9: Green Project Commissioning & Closeout. Appendix A. Glossary of Terms & Abbreviations. Appendix B. Reference.

Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods Lynne Elizabeth, Cassandra Adams 978-0-471-71938-0 • March 2005

This is the first comprehensive guide to the “natural” construction practices that are gaining popularity within the sustainable design community and mainstream construction throughout the world. Each chapter covers a specific building method and features a brief history, along with information on bioregional appropriateness, environmental benefits, performance characteristics, construction techniques, application, and code considerations. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I. Design Principles. Chapter 1: Introduction. The Natural Building Movement. Chapter 2: A New Context for Building Codes and Regulation. Chapter 3: Natural Conditioning of Buildings. Chapter 4: Structural Properties of Alternative Building Materials. Part II. Systems and Materials. Chapter 5: Adobe. Chapter 6: Cob. Chapter 7: Rammed Earth. Chapter 8: Modular Contained Earth Earthbag. Earth-Rammed Tires. Chapter 9: Light Clay. Chapter 10: Straw-Bale. Chapter 11: Bamboo. Chapter 12: Earthen Finishes Earth Plasters. Earth Floors. Part III. Applications. Chapter 13: Integrated Systems with Rammed Earth. Chapter 14: Straw, Clay, and Carrizo. Chapter 15: Light-Clay House Additions. Chapter 16: Variations on Earth bag. Residences in Arizona and Wisconsin. Sandbag House. Chapter 17: The Value of Indigenous Ways Habitat for Humanity International. Chapter 18: Building Technology Transfer Raising Straw-Bale Housing for Farm workers in California. Introduction of Straw-Bale Construction to Mongolia and China.

The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide

Sustainable Design and Construction

Construction Specifications Institute 978-1-118-07855-6 • March 2013

Practice Guide

t The must-have reference on sustainable design and construction documentation t Provides best practices for project delivery methods as related to sustainable design

The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide compiles information and best practices for those who participate in some way in the design and construction of sustainable facilities. It offers guidelines and standards on applying sustainable design and construction principles in practical terms. This guide includes an overview of the sustainable design standards and rating systems, an overview of green products and systems, the life cycle of a building, and the roles and responsibilities of team members. t Bonus content available on a password-protected website

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Sustainable Design and Construction. Chapter 2: Roles and Expectations of the Design and Construction Team. Chapter 3: Sustainable Design and Construction Best Practices. Chapter 4: Green Product and System Evaluation. Chapter 5: Sustainable Design and Project Delivery. Chapter 6: Construction Documentation Practices. Summary.

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Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition FRANCIS D. K.

CHING

Francis D.K. Ching, Barry S. Onouye, Douglas Zuberbuhler 978-1-118-45835-8 • November 2013

BARRY S. ONOUYE DOUGLAS ZUBERBUHLER

BUILDING STRUCTURES

ILLUSTRATED PATTERNS, SYSTEMS, AND DESIGN SECOND EDITION

CHING

This new edition of Building Structures Illustrated takes a unique approach to structural design, showing how the structural systems of a building—such as an integrated assembly of elements with pattern, proportion, and scale—are related to the fundamental aspects of architectural design. The book features a one-stop guide to structural design in practice, a thorough treatment of structural design as part of the entire building process, and an overview of the historical development of architectural materials and structure. Featuring Ching’s signature line drawings, this is the ideal resource for students and professionals who want to make informed decisions on architectural design. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface. 1: Building Structures. 2: Structural Patterns. 3: Horizontal Spans. 4: Vertical Dimensions. 5: Lateral Stability. 6: Long-Span Structures. 7: High-Rise Structures. 8: Systems Integration. Bibliography. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals Andy Walker 978-1-118-13924-0 • September 2013

Solar Energy is an authoritative reference on the design of solar energy systems in building projects, including applications, operating principles, and simple tools for construction, engineering, and design professionals. It simplifies the solar design and engineering process, providing sample documentation and special tools that offer needed information on the design of solar energy systems for building, enabling mainstream MEP and design firms—rather than solar energy specialists—to meet the growing demand for solar energy systems in building projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Delivering Solar Energy Projects. Chapter 2: The Solar Energy Resource. Chapter 3: Photovoltaics (PV, Solar Electricity). Chapter 4: Solar Water Heating. Chapter 5: Solar Ventilation Air Preheating. Chapter 6: Solar Space Heating and Cooling. Chapter 7: Case Studies of Solar Buildings.

Building Structures, 3rd Edition James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny

BUILDING STRUCTURES THIRD EDITION

JAMES AMBROSE PATRICK TRIPENY

978-0-470-54260-6 • September 2011

This new edition continues its legacy as the reference of choice for architects studying contemporary issues and design practices for building structures by taking a conceptual approach that avoids complicated mathematics. Looking at the role of the structure as a building subsystem, it offers the fundamentals of computational methods for the design of wood, steel, and reinforced concrete structures, along with new material such as a discussion of the LRFD design method. Heavily illustrated with new case studies, this go-to guide is perfect for non-engineers who want to understand and visualize structural design. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1: Basic Concepts. Chapter 2: Investigation of Structures. Chapter 3: Structural Elements. Chapter 4: Wood Structures. Chapter 5: Steel Structures 153. Chapter 6. Concrete Structures. Chapter 7: Masonry Structures. Chapter 8: Building Foundations and Site Structures. Chapter 9: Lateral-Force Effects. Chapter 10: Building Structures Design Examples. Appendix A: Properties of Sections. Appendix B: Glossary. Appendix C: Exercise Problems Appendix D: Study Aids. References. Index.

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Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, 11th Edition PARKER/AMBROSE SERIES OF SIMPLIFIED DESIGN GUIDES

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-43627-1 • November 2010

Eleventh Edition

SIMPLIFIED ENGINEERING for ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS

This major revision of the classic reference has been reorganized and updated to reflect the latest practices in the design of structures. Since 1938, Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders has endured as the reference of choice for designers and builders who need to know the practical procedures for the design of commonly used structures for buildings. Covering both the LRFD and ASD methods for structural design, this is the go-to book for those working on the design of steel, wood, concrete, and masonry building structures. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Part I: Fundamental Functions of Structures. Chapter 1: Investigation of Forces, Force Systems, Loading, and Reactions. Chapter 2: Investigation of Axial Force Actions. Chapter 3: Investigation of Structures for Shear and Bending. Chapter 4: Structural Systems and Planning. Part II: Wood Construction. Chapter 5: Wood Spanning Elements. Chapter 6: Wood Columns. Chapter 7: Connections for Wood Structures. Part III: Steel Construction. Chapter 8: Steel Structural Products. Chapter 9: Steel Beams and Framing Elements. Chapter 10: Steel Columns and Frames. Chapter 11: Bolted Connections for Steel Structures. Chapter 12: Light-Gage Formed Steel Structures. Part IV: Concrete Construction. Chapter 13: Reinforced Concrete Structures. Chapter 14: Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Chapter 15: Concrete Columns and Frames. Chapter 16: Foundations. Part V Structural Systems for Buildings. Chapter 17: General Considerations for Building Structures. Chapter 18: Building One. Chapter 19: Building Two. Chapter 20: Building Three. JAMES AMBROSE

PATRICK TRIPENY

Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD Shahin Vassigh 978-0-470-26269-6 • January 2008

Understanding structures forms the core of the education of the professional architect and engineer. Using three-dimensional computer generated models, animations, audio narration, and interactive quizzes, this unique product explains the fundamentals of structural behavior and analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. Interactive Structures utilizes a multimedia format that permits users to draw a direct relationship between structural analysis theory and its practical application within existing buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction. Architects. Concepts. Systems. Tutorials.

Architectural Structures J. Wayne Place 978-0-471-72551-0 • February 2007

This major survey of structural design supplies the fundamental information for architects and builders to establish the structural concept for a building and deal with structural issues. Using diagrams, models, computer simulations, case studies, and exercises, the book weaves together a comprehensive narrative that makes selecting and giving shape to structures and structural elements understandable. A companion CD-ROM includes computer simulations and demonstration versions of spreadsheet programs and a structural analysis program, so that the designer can learn how to efficiently collaborate with the project team. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Structural Design Process. Chapter 2: Loads. Chapter 3: Structural Analysis. Chapter 4: Materials. Chapter 5: Axial Members. Chapter 6: Beams. Chapter 7: Trusses. Chapter 8: Compression Structures. Chapter 9: Tensile Spanning Structures. Chapter 10: Lateral Bracing Systems. Index.

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Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition Walter T. Grondzik, Alison G. Kwok 978-1-118-61590-4 • September 2014

The definitive guide to the design of environmental control systems in buildings for over seventy-five years, this newly updated 12th Edition covers basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedure for buildings of all sizes, and also provides information on the latest technologies, emerging design trends, and updated codes. Complete with over 2,200 drawings and photographs (including 200 new to this edition), it also features new interactive features in the digital versions, including animations of environmental control concepts and processes, quizzes and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: The Building Design Context. 1. Design Process. 2. Environmental Resources. 3. Sites And Resources. Part II: Design Fundamentals. 4. Thermal Comfort. 5 Indoor Air Quality. 6. Solar Geometry And Shading Devices. 7. Heat Flow. Part III: Passive Environmental Systems 8. Daylighting. 9 Passive Heating. 10. Passive Cooling. 11. Integrating Passive Systems. Part IV: Active Environmental Systems. 12 Active Climate Control. 13. Lighting Fundamentals. 14. Electric Light Sources. 15. Lighting Design Process. 16. Electric Lighting Design. 17. Electric Lighting Applications. 18. Water And Basic Design. 19. Water Supply. 20. Liquid Waste. 21. Solid Waste. 22. Fundamentals Of Architectural Acoustics. 23. Sound In Enclosed Spaces. 24. Building Noise Control. 25. Fire Protection. Part VII: Electricity 26. Principles Of Electricity. 27. Electrical Systems And Materials: Service And Utilization. 28. Electrical Systems And Materials: Wiring And Raceways 29. Electric Wiring Design. 30. Photovoltaic Systems. 31. Signal Systems. Part IX: Transportation 32. Vertical Transportation: Passenger Elevators. 33. Vertical Transportation: Special Topics. 34. Moving Stairways And Walks. Part X: Appendices. wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118615905.html

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Structural Concrete: Theory and Design, Sixth Edition Structural Concrete: Theory and Design, Sixth Edition

M. Nadim Hassoun Akthem Al-Manaseer

M. Nadim Hassoun, Akthem Al-Manaseer 978-1-118-76781-8 • March 2015

Concrete is the most common building material used around the world. The last few decades have seen an increase in the use of pre-cast concrete, which is reinforced concrete beams, slabs, columns, etc. that are cast beforehand and assembled on-site allowing for better quality control. Updated for the latest American Concrete Institute ACI 318-14 code, the sixth edition of this bestselling textbook is designed for a two-course sequence on structural concrete design and analysis. It emphasizes a conceptual understanding of concrete design and analysis, and builds the student’s understanding by presenting design methods in an easy to understand manner supported with the use of numerous detailed examples and problems. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1 Introduction, 2 Properties of Reinforced Concrete, 3 Flexural Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Beams, 4 Flexural Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams,4 Flexural Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams, 6 Deflection and Control of Cracking, 7 Development Length of Reinforcing Bars, 8 Design of Deep Beams by the Strut-and-Tie Method, 9 One-Way Slabs, 10 Axially Loaded Columns, 11 Members in Compression and Bending, 12 Slender Columns, 13 Footings, 14 Retaining Walls, 15 Design for Torsion, 16 Continuous Beams and Frames, 17 Design of Two-Way Slabs, 18 Stairs, 19 Introduction to Prestressed Concrete, 20 Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures, 21 Beams Curved in Plan, 22 Prestressed Concrete Bridge Design Based on AASHTO LFRD Bridge Design Specifications.

Unified Design of Steel Structures, Second Edition Louis F. Geschwindner 978-0-470-44403-0 • November 2011

8QLILHG'HVLJQRI 6WHHO6WUXFWXUHV Second Edition

LOUIS F. GESCHWINDNER

Geschwindner’s Second Edition of Unified Design of Steel Structures provides an understanding that structural analysis and design are two integrated processes as well as the necessary skills and knowledge in investigating, designing, and detailing steel structures utilizing the latest design methods according to the AISC Code. The goal is to prepare readers to work in design offices as designers and in the field as inspectors. This new edition is compatible with the 2011 AISC code as well as marginal references to the AISC manual for design examples and illustrations. Furthermore, new sections have been added even more real-world examples are included. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Loads, Load Factors, and Load Combinations. Chapter 3: Steel Building Materials. Chapter 4: Tension Members. Chapter 5: Compression Members. Chapter 6: Bending Members. Chapter 7: Plate Girders. Chapter 8: Beam-Columns and Frame Behavior. Chapter 9: Composite Construction. Chapter 10: Connection Elements. Chapter 11: Simple Connections. Chapter 12. Moment Connections. Chapter 13: Steel Systems for Seismic Resistance. Appendix. Index.

Design of

REINFORCED

CONCRETE

EIGHTH EDITION ACI 318-08 Code Edition

Jack C. McCORMAC Russell H. BROWN

Design of Reinforced Concrete, Eighth Edition Jack C. McCormac, Russell H. Brown 978-0-470-27927-4 • December 2008

With its accessible approach and streamlined coverage of theory, engineers will quickly learn how to apply the concepts in this new edition. Updated to conform to the 2008 building code of the American Concrete Institute (ACI 318-08), the book includes new spreadsheets that arm the reader with tools to analyze and design reinforced concrete elements and quickly compare alternative solutions. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface. Chapter 1: Introduction 1. Chapter 2: Flexural Analysis of Beams. Chapter 3: Strength Analysis of Beams According to ACI Code. Chapter 4: Design of Rectangular Beams and One-Way Slabs. Chapter 5: Analysis and Design of T Beams and Doubly Reinforced Beams. Chapter 6: Serviceability. Chapter 7: Bond, Development Lengths, and Splices. Chapter 8: Shear and Diagonal Tension. Chapter 9: Introduction to Columns. Chapter 10: Design of Short Columns Subject to Axial Load and Bending. Chapter 11: Slender Columns. Chapter 12: Footings. Chapter 13: Retaining Walls. Chapter 14: Continuous Reinforced Concrete Structures. Chapter 15: Torsion. Chapter 16: Two-Way Slabs, Direct Design Method. Chapter 17: Two-Way Slabs, Equivalent Frame Method. Chapter 18: Walls. Chapter 19: Prestressed Concrete. Chapter 20: Formwork. Chapter 21: Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure.

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Advanced Concrete Technology Zongjin Li 978-0-470-43743-8 • January 2011

ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY ZONGJIN LI

Advanced Concrete Technology is the only book to date focused on advanced, state-of-the-art concrete technologies. It bridges the gap between the traditional concrete technologies and the emerging state-of-the-art advancements gaining wider use. It also discusses the new attention being paid to concrete’s ability to absorb waste products of other industries without sacrificing its structural or durability properties. In-depth and insightful, this book covers all facets of the most common building material in the world. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface. Chapter 1: Introduction to Concrete. Chapter 2: Materials for Making Concrete. Chapter 3: Fresh Concrete. Chapter 4: Structure of Concrete. Chapter 5: Hardened Concrete. Chapter 6: Advanced Cementitious Composites. Chapter 7: Concrete Fracture Mechanics. Chapter 8: Nondestructive Testing in Concrete Engineering. Chapter 9: The Future and Development Trends of Concrete. References. Index.

Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-04414-8 • January 2007

The design of structures is one of the essential functions of an architect, and the builder must understand the forces and force systems at work in what they construct. The Parker/Ambrose Series of Simplified Design Guides has been distilling the information that architects and builders need to know for generations, and Simplified Design of Concrete Structures has been used for over 60 years as the primary source for learning and reference. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Structural Use of Concrete. Chapter 2: Considerations for Production to Concrete. Chapter 3: General Requirements for Reinforced Concrete Structures. Chapter 4: Investigation and Design of Reinforced Concrete. Chapter 5: Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Chapter 6: Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members. Chapter 7: Shear in Concrete Structures. Chapter 8: Anchorage and Development of Reinforcement. Chapter 9: Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Chapter 10: Concrete Columns. Chapter 11: Column and Beam Frames. Chapter 12: Concrete Walls. Chapter 13: Foundations. Chapter 14: Miscellaneous Concrete Structures. Chapter 15: General Considerations for Building Structures. Chapter 16: Building Structures: Design Examples.

Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-08631-5 • May 2007

Updated to conform with current building codes, design practices, and industry standards, Simplified Design of Steel Structures uses the latest AMA Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) method of structural design. Covering all commonly used steel systems, practices, and research in the field, it also presents examples of general building structural systems and covers the basics as well as practical design examples. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface to the Eighth Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Introduction. Chapter 1: Considerations for Use of Steel. Chapter 2: Structural Investigation and Design. Chapter 3: Horizontal-Span Framing Systems. Chapter 4: Steel Columns. Chapter 5: Frame Bents. Chapter 6: Miscellaneous Steel Components and Systems. Chapter 7: HorizontalSpan Steel Trusses. Chapter 8: Steel Connections. Chapter 9: General Considerations for Building Structures. Chapter 10: Building Structures: Design Examples. Appendix A: Properties of Structural Sections. Appendix B: Beam Design Aids. Appendix C: Study Aids. Terms. Questions. Answers to Questions. Appendix D: Answers to Problems in Chapters. References. Index.

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GROUND IMPROVEMENT

Principles and Practice of Ground Improvement Jie Han 978-1-118-25991-7 • December 2014

The only comprehensive, up-to-date book on ground improvement, a critical component of geotechnical engineering, Principles and Practice of Ground Improvement focuses on the principles and design of ground improvement technologies. Written by an author with extensive teaching, research, and consulting experience in the field, it includes detailed design procedures for most of the ground improvement methods, which enable their easy implementation in practice. Filled with examples, homework problems and PowerPoint slides, this book is ideal as a textbook for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students or as a reference for researchers and practicing engineers. It can also be used a guide for contractors and installers to implement ground improvement technologies in field. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1 Introduction. Chapter 2 Geotechnical Materials, Testing, and Design. Chapter 3 Shallow and Deep Compaction. Chapter 4 Over-excavation and Replacement. Chapter 5 Deep Replacement. Chapter 6 Drainage and Dewatering. Chapter 7 Preloading. Chapter 8 Deep Mixing and Grouting. Chapter 9 In-situ Ground Reinforcement. Chapter 10 Fill Reinforcement.

Soil Strength and Slope Stability, Second Edition J. Michael Duncan, Stephen G. Wright, Thomas L. Brandon 978-1-118-65165-0 • September 2014

This definitive new edition presents the state-of-the-art in soil strength analysis through clear and concise language, practical examples, and a lack of extraneous theory which can distract from the application. The book discusses the use of software in analysis, but cautions against using the software as a black box, and gives students both the background to understand what the software is doing, as well as several methods for figuring the analysis manually (charts, formulas, etc.) so they’re able to verify results given by the software. Essential for any civil engineer designing and evaluating slopes in practice, the book includes a new case study about Hurricane Katrina failures at 17th St. and London Avenue Canal. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. Examples and Causes of Slope Failures. Chapter 3. Soil Mechanics Principles. Chapter 4. Stability Conditions for Analysis. Chapter 5. Shear Strength. Chapter 6. Mechanics of Limit Equilibrium Procedures. Chapter 7. Methods of Analyzing Slope Stability. Chapter 8. Reinforced Slopes and Embankments. Chapter 9. Analyses for Rapid Drawdown. Chapter 10. Seismic Slope Stability. Chapter 11. Analyses of Embankments with Partial Consolidation of Weak Foundations. Chapter 12. Analyses to Back-Calculate Strengths. Chapter 13. Factors of Safety and Reliability. Chapter 14. Important Details of Stability Analyses. Chapter 15. Presenting Results of Stability Evaluations. Chapter 16. Slope Stabilization and Repair.

Geotechnical Engineering: Unsaturated and Saturated Soils Jean-Louis Briaud 978-0-470-94856-9 • August 2013

Written by a leading expert on the subject, Geotechnical Engineering is the first introductory geotechnical engineering text to cover both saturated and unsaturated soil mechanics. It presents a new approach to teaching the subject based on the fundamentals of unsaturated soils and extending the description of the applications of soil mechanics to a wide variety of topics. This groundbreaking work also covers a number of topics typically absent from undergraduate texts, including site investigations, yield and plastic behavior, thermodynamics for soil problems, slope stability, soil dynamics, erosion of soil, and instrumentation. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Engineering Geology. Chapter 3: Soil Components and Weight-Volume Parameters. Chapter 4: Soil Classification. Chapter 5: Rocks. Chapter 6: Site Investigation, Drilling, and Sampling. Chapter 7: In Situ Tests. Chapter 8: Elements of Geophysics. Chapter 9: Laboratory Tests. Chapter 10: Stresses, Effective Stress, Water Stress, Air Stress, and Strains. Chapter 11: Problem-Solving Methods. Chapter 12: Soil Constitutive Models. Chapter 13: Flow of Fluid and Gas Through Solids. Chapter 14: Deformation Properties. Chapter 15: Shear Strength Properties. Chapter 16: Thermodynamics for Soil Problems. Chapter 17: Shallow Foundations. Chapter 18: Deep Foundations. Chapter 19: Slope Stability. Chapter 20: Compaction. Chapter 21: Retaining Walls. Chapter 22: Earthquake Geo-Engineering. Chapter 23: Erosion of Soils and Scour Problems. Chapter 24: GeoEnvironmental Engineering. Chapter 25: Geosynthetics. Chapter 26: Soil Improvement. Chapter 27: Technical Communications.

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Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Measurement of Moisture Content. Chapter 3: Measurement of Specific Gravity of Soil Solids. Chapter 4: Measurement of Liquid Limit and Plastic Limit. Chapter 5: Analysis of Grain Size Distribution. Chapter 6: Laboratory Classification of Soil. Chapter 7: Field Classification of Soil. Chapter 8: Laboratory Soil Compaction. Chapter 9: Field Measurement of Dry Unit Weight and Moisture Content. Chapter 10: Measurement of Hydraulic Conductivity of Granular Soil Using a Fixed-Wall Permeameter. Chapter 11: One-Dimensional Consolidation Test of Cohesive Soil. Chapter 12: Direct Shear Strength Test of Granular Soil. Chapter 13: Unconfined Compressive Strength Test of Cohesive Soil. Chapter 14: Unconsolidated-Undrained Triaxial Shear Strength Test of Cohesive Soil. Appendix A: Laboratory Data Sheets.

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C O M P U T E R - A I D E D CDOEN S ISGTN R UI C NT C IO ON N SSTORFUTCWTA IO RN E AUTO C A D AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials

AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required

Scott Onstott

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978-1-118-87124-9 • April 2014

978-1-118-86229-2 • June 2014

AutoCAD 2015 Essentials contains 400 pages of full-color, comprehensive instruction on the world’s top drafting and architecture software. This 2015 edition features architectural, manufacturing, and landscape architecture examples. And like previous editions, the detailed guide introduces core concepts using interactive tutorials and open-ended projects, that can be completed in any order, thanks to downloadable data sets (an especially useful feature for students studying for Autodesk AutoCAD certification).

This Autodesk Official Press book provides students with concise explanations, focused examples, and step-by-step instructions through a hands-on tutorial project that runs throughout the book. As students progress through the project, the book introduces them to the Microsoft Windows-based AutoCAD interface and then guides them through basic commands and creating drawings. A downloadable file is available from the website so that students can compare their work to the author’s, and if necessary, start fresh with an intact drawing.

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1. Getting Started. 2. Basic Drawing Skills. 3. Using Drawing Aids. 4. Editing Entities. 5. Shaping Curves. 6. Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance. 7. Organizing Objects. 9. Working with Blocks and Xrefs. 10. Creating and Editing Text. 11. Dimensioning. 12. Keeping In Control with Constraints. 13. Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects. 14. Printing and Plotting. 15. Working with Data. 16. Navigating 3D Models. 17. Modeling in 3D. 18. Presenting and Documenting 3D Design.

1. Getting to Know AutoCAD for Windows. 2. Learning Basic Commands to Get Started. 3. Setting Up a Drawing. 4. Developing Drawing Strategies: Part 1. 5. Developing Drawing Strategies: Part 2. 6. Using Layers to Organize Your Drawing. 7. Combining Objects into Blocks. 8. Controlling Text in a Drawing. 9. Using Dynamic Blocks and Tables. 10. Generating Elevations. 11. Working with Hatches, Gradients, and Tool Palettes. 12. Dimensioning a Drawing. 13. Managing External References. 14. Using Layouts to Set Up a Print. 15. Printing a Drawing. 16. Creating 3D Geometry. 17. Rendering and Materials.

Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 George Omura, Brian C. Benton 978-1-118-86208-7 • May 2014

This Autodesk Official Press book employs concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and hands-on projects to help students master both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. This detailed guide works well as both a tutorial and stand-alone reference, and is the perfect resource regardless of a student’s level of expertise. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Exploring the Interface. 2. Creating Your First Drawing. 3. Setting Up and Using the Drafting Tools. 4. Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups. 5. Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks. 6. Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently. 7. Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References. 8. Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts. 9. Adding Text to Drawings. 10. Using Fields and Tables. 11. Using Dimensions. 12. Using Attributes. 13. Copying Existing Drawings from Other Sources. 14. Advanced Editing and Organizing. 15. Laying Out Your Printer Output. 16. Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools. 17. Using Dynamic Blocks. 18. Drawing Curves. 19. Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings. 20. Creating 3D Drawings. 21. Using Advanced 3D Features. 22. Editing and Visualizing 3D Solids. 23. Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling. 24. Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Linetypes, and Hatch Patterns. 25. Managing and Sharing Your Drawings.

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C CO OM NS PT URTU EC R -TAI O I DNE D S ODFETSW IG AN R EI N C O N S T R U C T I O N INVENTOR Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2015 and Autodesk Inventor LT 2015 Curtis Waguespack 978-1-118-86213-1 • June 2014

Now with video, Sybex’s Mastering Inventor is a complete, real-world Inventor reference and tutorial that features content to help students prepare for the Inventor certification exams. Expert author Curtis Waguespack developed this resource with straightforward explanations, real-world examples, and practical tutorials that focus squarely on teaching Inventor tips, tricks, and techniques. He covers design tactics for large assemblies, effective model design for different industries, strategies for effective data and asset sharing across teams, using 2D and 3D data from other CAD systems, improving designs by incorporating engineering principles, and much more. Mastering Inventor is the ultimate resource for students who want to quickly become proficient with Autodesk’s 3D manufacturing software and prepare for the Inventor certification exams. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Getting Started 1. Chapter 2: A Hands-on Test-Drive of the Workflow. Chapter 3: Sketch Techniques. Chapter 4: Basic Modeling Techniques. Chapter 5: Advanced Modeling Techniques. Chapter 6: Sheet Metal. Chapter 7: Reusing Parts and Features. Chapter 8: Assembly Design Workflows. Chapter 9: Large Assembly Strategies. Chapter 10: Weldment Design. Chapter 11: Presentations and Exploded Views. Chapter 12: Documentation. Chapter 13: Tools Overview. Chapter 14: Exchanging Data with Other Systems. Chapter 15: Frame Generator. Chapter 16: Inventor Studio. Chapter 17: Stress Analysis and Dynamic Simulation. Chapter 18: Routed Systems. Chapter 19: Plastics Design Features. Chapter 20: iLogic.

REVIT ARCHITECTURE Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required

Ryan Duell, Tobias Hathorn, Tessa Reist Hathorn

Eric Wing 978-1-118-86215-5 • May 2014

978-1-118-87095-2 • June 2014

This detailed introduction to Revit Architecture features straightforward explanations and real-world, hands-on tutorials to teach students the software’s core features and functions. Presented in the context of real-world workflows, and using real-world projects, each chapter contains a discussion of the “why” and “how” that is reinforced with a step-by-step tutorial so students will gain practical and applicable experience with the core features of Revit Architecture. The new pedagogical approach emphasizes learning skills to help students prepare for the Revit certification exams.

This Autodesk Official Press book shows students how to build a four-story office building one step at a time, providing them with real-world practice they might expect to encounter on the job. Concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and an engaging hands-on tutorial make this book the perfect way to learn Revit Architecture. In addition, studnets can download starting files for each chapter from the website in order to compare their work to the author’s, or start fresh with any chapter in the book. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introducing the Autodesk Revit Architecture Interface. 2. Walls and Curtain Walls. 3. Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings. 4. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings. 5. Adding Families. 6. Modifying Families. 7. Schematic Design. 8. Rooms and Color Fill Plans. 9. Materials, Visualization, Rendering. 10. Worksharing. 11. Details and Annotations. 12. Drawing Sets. 13. Workflow and Site Modeling. 14. Repeating Objects, Best Practices, and Quick Tips.

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Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2015

Eddy Krygiel, James Vandezande

Don Bokmiller, Simon Whitbread, Daniel Morrison

978-1-118-86285-8 • May 2014

978-1-118-87115-7 • June 2014

Responding to instructor feedback, the expert author team has updated and refreshed the book’s content to make it even more useful, complete, and approachable. Mastering Revit Architecture is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations, interesting real-world examples, and practical tutorials to help students understand Revit and BIM concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introduction: The Basics of BIM. 2. Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization. 3. The Basics of the Toolbox. 4. Configuring Templates and Standards. 5. Working in a Team. 6. Working with Consultants. 7. Interoperability: Working Multiplatform. 8. Advanced Modeling and Massing. 9. Conceptual Design and Design Analysis. 10. Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options. 11. Visualization. 12. Creating Walls and Curtain Walls. 13. Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs. 14. Designing with the Family Editor. 15. Creating Stairs and Railings. 16. Detailing Your Design. 17. Documenting Your Design. 18. Annotating Your Design. 19. Working in the Construction Phase. 20. Presenting Your Design. 21. Working with Point Clouds.

This perfectly paced book covers all the core concepts and functionality of Revit MEP, including interface, project setup and templates, worksharing, such mechanical concerns as building loads and ductwork, such electrical concerns as lighting and communications outlets, and such plumbing concerns as fixtures and water systems. It also features tips, tricks, and real-world exercises that only authors who use the software daily in a professional environment can know and explain. This revision covers all of Revit MEP’s new features and includes more advanced electrical and plumbing information. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1: Exploring the User Interface. 2. Creating an Effective Project Template. 3: Worksets and Worksharing. 4: Project Collaboration. 5: Multiplatform Interoperability: Working with 2D and 3D Data. 6: Parameters. 7: Schedules. 8: HVAC Cooling and Heating Load Analysis. 9: Creating Logical Systems. 10: Mechanical Systems and Ductwork. 11: Mechanical Piping. 12: Lighting. 13: Power and Communications. 14: Circuiting and Panels. Part 4: Plumbing. 15: Plumbing (Domestic, Sanitary, and Other).16: Fire Protection. 17: Solid Modeling. 18: Creating Symbols and Annotations. 19: Creating Equipment. 20: Creating Lighting Fixtures. 21: Creating Devices. 22: Details. 23: Sheets.

3D PRINTING

Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing Hod Lipson, Melba Kurman 978-1-118-35063-8 • February 2013

Fabricated tells the story of 3D printers and the emerging world of printable products. Guided by an electronic design file, 3D printers lay down layers of raw material to “print” out a physical object. With today’s mind-boggling digital technologies and the Internet, 3D printing promises an explosion of technological innovation. Based on hundreds of hours of research and dozens of interviews with experts from a broad range of industries, Fabricated offers students an informative, engaging, and fast-paced introduction to 3D printing now and in the future. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Everything Is Becoming Science Fiction. Chapter 2: A Machine That Can Make Almost Anything. Chapter 3: Nimble Manufacturing: Good, Fast, and Cheap. Chapter 4: Tomorrow’s Economy of Printable Products. Chapter 5: Printing in Layers. Chapter 6: Design Software, the Digital Canvas. Chapter 7: Bioprinting in “Living Ink.” Chapter 8: Digital Cuisine. Chapter 9: A Factory in the Classroom. Chapter 10: Unleashing a New Aesthetic. Chapter 11: Green, Clean Manufacturing. Chapter 12: Ownership, Safety, and New Legal Frontiers. Chapter 13: Designing the Future. Chapter 14: The Next Episode of 3D Printing.

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BIM and Construction Management, 2nd Edition is a complete reference and integration guide that features practical advice, tested methods and workflows, and detailed tutorials. Written by two industry leading experts, the book walks students through proven methods of integrating technology into construction to maximize outcomes and profitability. It takes a deep look into existing technologies and workflows and adds a new perspective on the new tools available and how they are changing the construction landscape. Featuring such popular, familiar tools and software as Revit, SketchUp, Innovaya, Timberline, and more, this in-depth is ideal for teaching students the best way to accomplish crucial tasks.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1 The Importance of BIM & Technology. Chapter 2 Project Planning. Chapter 3 How to Market and Win the Project. Chapter 4 BIM and Preconstruction. Chapter 5 BIM and Construction. Chapter 6 BIM and Closeout. Chapter 7 BIM and Construction Administration. Chapter 8 The Future of BIM.

Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice Karen Kensek, Douglas Noble 978-1-118-76630-9 • May 2014

Many architects and engineers regard BIM as a disruptive force, changing the way building professionals design, build, and ultimately manage a built structure. With its emphasis on continuing advances in BIM research, teaching, and practice, Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice encourages readers to transform disruption to opportunity and challenges them to reconsider their preconceptions about BIM. Karen Kensek has gathered over 29 international thought-leaders and brought them together to discuss how BIM would look in the future. This book captures the thinking of professors from well-known universities such as Stanford University, Yale, Texas A&M, and professionals from Autodesk, Gehry Technologies, and NBBJ on how BIM is used now and how it can be used in future practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Smart Buildings/Smart(er) Designers: BIM and the Creative Design Process. 2. Necessity of Cognitive Modeling in BIM’s Future. 3. Modeling Architectural Meaning. 4. Knowledge-Based Building Information Modeling. 5. Parametric BIM SIM: Integrating Parametric Modeling, BIM, and Simulation for Architectural Design. 6. Models and Measurement: Changing Design Value with Simulation, Analysis, and Outcomes. 7. Energy Modeling in Conceptual Design. 8. Performance Art: Analytics and the New Theater of Design Practice. 9. Automated Energy Performance Visualization for BIM. 10. Urban Energy Information Modeling: High Fidelity Aggregated Building Simulation for District Energy Systems. 11. BIM and the Predesign Process: Modeling the Unknown. 12. Analytical BIM: BIM Fragments, Domain Gaps, and Other Impediments. 13. One BIM to Rule Them All: Future Reality or Myth? 14. Component-Based BIM: A Comprehensive, Detailed, Single-Model Strategy. 15. BIM Ecosystem: The Coevolution of Products, Processes, and People. 16. BIM, Materials, and Fabrication. 17. Communicating Semantics through Model Restructuring and Representation. 18. BIM as a Catalyst to Foster Creativity through Collaboration. 19. BIM and Virtual Reconstruction: A Long-Term View of (Re-)Modeling. 20. Managing BIM Projects, Organizations, and Policies: Turning Aspirations into Quantitative Measures of Success. 21. Space: The First (and Final) Frontier of BIM. 22. Translating Designs for Construction + Operations: The Future of BIM in a World of Material and Energy Scarcity. 23 Marx, BIM, and Contemporary Labor. 24. Beyond BIM: Next- Generation Building Information Modeling to Support Form, Function, and Use of Buildings. 25. Engines of Information: Big Data from Small Buildings. 26. BIM and MetaBIM: Design Narrative and Modeling Building Information.

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BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design IN SMALL-SCALE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

François Lévy

BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling BIM Handbook for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, 2nd Edition SECOND EDITION

A Guide to Building Information Modeling

978-0-470-59089-8 • November 2011

This work is the leading guide to architectural design within a building information modeling (BIM) workflow, giving the practitioner a clear procedure when designing climate-load dominated buildings. The book incorporates new information related to BIM, integrated practice, and sustainable design, as well information on how designers can incorporate the latest technological tools. Each chapter addresses specific topics such as natural ventilation for cooling, passive solar heating, and collaborating with consultants or other building professionals such as engineers and energy modelers. FRANÇOIS LÉVY

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: BIM and Sustainable Design: The Emergence of Building Information Modeling BIM for Design. Chapter 2: Design Software. Chapter 3: Site Analysis. Chapter 4: Massing Analysis. Chapter 5: Solar Geometry and Daylighting. Chapter 6: Passive Cooling. Chapter 7: Passive Heating. Chapter 8: Onsite Energy Systems. Chapter 9: Building Hydrology. Chapter 10: Materials and Waste. Chapter 11: Collaboration Case Study: Paisano Senior Housing.

for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors

Chuck Eastman, Paul Teicholz, Rafael Sacks, Kathleen Liston CHUCK EASTMAN • PAUL TEICHOLZ • RAFAEL SACKS • KATHLEEN LISTON

978-0-470-54137-1 • April 2011

The BIM Handbook presents the technology and processes behind BIM to aid architects, engineers, contractors, and sub-contractors, construction, and facility owners (AECO). It combines in-depth technical background, discusses the business processes of each of the major professional groups in AECO, and offers guidelines for assessment, adoption, and use. It includes real-world case studies identifying both the benefits and successes of BIM, and study questions for professionals, educators, and students to engage in discussions about the many issues with respect to implementing and transitioning to BIM. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: BIM Handbook Introduction. Chapter 2: BIM Design Tools and Parametric Modeling. Chapter 3: Interoperability. Chapter 4: BIM for Owners and Facility Managers. Chapter 5: BIM for Architects and Engineers. Chapter 6: BIM for the Construction Industry. Chapter 7: BIM for Subcontractors and Fabricators. Chapter 8: The Future: Building with BIM. Chapter 9: BIM Case Studies.

BUILDING CODES

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Building Codes Illustrated A Guide to Understanding the 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE®

Francis D.K. Ching / Steven R. Winkel, FAIA, PE

Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition Francis D. K. Ching, Steven R. Winkel 978-0-470-90357-5 • August 2012

This unique reference to the 2012 International Building Code marries the graphic skills of bestselling author Frank Ching with the code expertise of Steven Winkel, FAIA. It pulls out the portions of the building code that are most relevant for the architect and provides an easy-to-understand interpretation in both words and illustrations to offer an exciting user-friendly visual format. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Building Codes. Chapter 2: Navigating the Code. Chapter 3: Use and Occupancy. Chapter 4: Special Uses and Occupancies. Chapter 5: Building Heights and Areas. Chapter 6: Types of Construction. Chapter 7: Fire-Resistive Construction. Chapter 8: Interior Finishes. Chapter 9: Fire-Protection Systems. Chapter 10: Means of Egress. Chapter 11: Accessibility. Chapter 12: Interior Environment. Chapter 13 Energy Efficiency. Chapter 14: Exterior Walls Chapter 15: Roof Assemblies. Chapter 16: Structural Provisions. Chapter 17: Special Inspections and Tests. Chapter 18: Soils and Foundations. Chapter 19: Building Materials and Systems. Chapter 20: Existing Structures. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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The study and practice of architecture demands a working command of architectural drawing as a means of graphic communication. This book documents the step-by-step evolution of a complete set of working drawings, for the student or professional, just the way it’s done in architectural offices across the country. Osamu A. Wakita

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Construction Graphics: A Practical Guide to Interpreting Working Drawings, 2nd Edition Keith A. Bisharat 978-0-470-13750-5 • September 2008

The Second Edition of this highly visual text brings together sketching, plan reading, and working drawings as they are used in the construction process. Hundreds of details from actual and idealized working drawings, with explanatory photographs and drawings, show how construction graphics translate into construction methods and practices. The new edition includes more material on basic plan reading and much more. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. Chapter 1: Construction Graphics: An Overview. Chapter 2: The Construction Business Environment. Chapter 3: The Design Professional’s Work Product. Chapter 4: Construction Drawings. Chapter 5: Sketching. Chapter 6: Site Construction. Chapter 7: Foundation Systems. Chapter 8: Framing Systems. Chapter 9: Cladding, Glazing, and Exterior Doors. Chapter 10: Roof Systems. Chapter 11: Interior Construction. Chapter 12: Mechanical Systems. Chapter 13: Electrical Systems. Chapter 14: Fabrication Drawings.

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PRINT AND SPECIFICATIONS 978-0-470-87941-2 • November 2011 READING FOR CONSTRUCTION This comprehensive manual on interpret-

ing construction documents covers both the graphic and written sets and demonstrates how they relate to each other. Complete sets of construction documents for three actual building projects are ofRON RUSSELL fered on folded 11 x 17” sheets, and in a companion CD. Incorporating the relevant terminology and practical applications of sustainability and BIM software, this book covers the most current ways construction documents communicate information. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Part I: Professional Foundations. Chapter 1: The Office. Chapter 2: Standards and Techniques, Metrification, Hand Drafting, and Computer-aided Drafting. Chapter 3: BIM, Revit, and Human Concerns. Chapter 4: Sustainable/Green Architecture. Chapter 5: Construction Materials and Methods. Chapter 6: Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents. Part II: Document Evolution. Chapter 7: Site and Grading Plan. Chapter 8: Floor Plan. Chapter 9: Foundation and Roof Plans, Floor and Roof Framing Systems. Chapter 10: Building Sections. Chapter 11: Exterior and Interior Elevations. Chapter 12: Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish. Chapter 13: Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators). Part III: Case Studies. Chapter 14: Construction Documents for a One-story, Conventional Wood-framed Residence. Chapter 15: Construction Documents for a Two-story, Wood-framed Residence with Basement. Chapter 16: Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Steel and Masonry Building (Theater). Chapter 17: Madison Steel Building. Chapter 18: Tenant Improvements.

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Section I: The Project Process. Chapter 1: Evolution of the Construction Project. Chapter 2: Construction Project Contract Documents. Chapter 3: Working Drawings. Chapter 4: Specifications. Chapter 5: Finding Construction Information in the Working Drawings and Specifications. Section II: Building the Project. Chapter 6: Architectural Category of the Drawings. Chapter 7: Structural Category of the Drawings. Chapter 8: Mechanical Category of the Drawings. Chapter 9: Electrical Category of the Drawings. Chapter 10: Plumbing Category of the Drawings. Chapter 11: Civil/Sitework Category of the Drawings.

Residential & Light Commercial Construction Standards, 3rd Edition, Updated RSMeans 978-0-87629-012-5 • July 2008

A popular reference used daily by builders, contractors, architects, and owners, this guide is a unique collection of industry standards that define quality in construction. For construction personnel, it provides authoritative requirements and recommendations compiled from the nation’s leading professional associations, industry publications, and building code organizations. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Asphalt Paving: Subgrade Preparation, Placement, Design. Chapter 2: Concrete: Planning Concrete Construction, Freezing & Thawing Exposures, Deterioration, Water Penetration Prevention Methods, Waterproofing & Dampproofing Foundations, Testing Methods, Admixtures, Joints, Reinforcing Steel Placement, Anchor Bolts, Post-Tensioning, Shotcrete, Formwork, Piles & Caissons, Slabs, Surfaces, Pipes & Conduits, Tolerances. Chapter 3: Masonry: Installation, Masonry Walls, Fireplaces & Chimneys, Retaining Walls, Block Wall Tolerances, Paving with Masonry Units. Chapter 4: Metal Framing: Light-Gauge Steel Construction, Allowable Tolerances, Steel Framing Members, Construction Guidelines, Steel Siding Support, Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings. Chapter 5: Wood Framing: Lumber Grade Stamps, Engineered Wood Products, Nails & Fasteners, Wood Joists & Plywood Decks, Bored Holes & Notching, Walls, Columns, Roof Framing, Fire Blocks & Draft Stops, Structural Sheathing, Subfloor, Stair Framing, Egress, Access, Garages, Hurricane & Earthquake Resistance, Allowable Tolerances.

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RSMeans

ELECTRICAL ESTIMATING METHODS

Wayne J. DelPico

Second Edition

Estimating Building Costs

978-1-118-76698-9 • April 2015

Wayne J. DelPico

FOURTH EDITION

Simplify the estimating process with the latest data, materials, and practices with Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth EdiWayne J. Del Pico tion, a comprehensive guide to estimating electrical costs, with data provided by leading construction database RSMeans. The book covers the materials and processes encountered by the modern contractor, and provides all the information professionals need to make the most precise estimate. The Fourth Edition has been updated to reflect the changing materials, techniques, and practices in the field, and provides the most recent Means cost data available. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Components of an Estimate. Chapter 2: Types of Estimates. Chapter 3: Before Starting the Estimate. Chapter 4: The Quantity Takeoff. Chapter 5: Pricing the Estimate. Chapter 6: Direct Costs. Chapter 7: Indirect Costs. Chapter 8: The Unit Price, Project Overhead Summary, and Estimate Summary Sheets. Chapter 9: Pre-Bid Scheduling. Chapter 10: Bidding Strategies. Chapter 11: Project Cost Control and Analysis. Chapter 12: Raceways. Chapter 13: Conductors and Grounding. Chapter 14: Boxes and Wiring Devices. Chapter 15: Starters, Boards, and Switches. Chapter 16: Transformers and Bus Duct. Chapter 17: Power Systems and Capacitors. Chapter 18: Lighting. Chapter 19: Electrical Utilities. Chapter 20: Special Systems. Chapter 21: Electrical Demolition & temporary Facilities. Chapter 22: Contract Modifications. Chapter 23: Project Closeout. Chapter 24: Computerized Estimating.

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978-1-118-09941-4 • March 2012

Wayne J. Del Pico

Completely revised, updated, and reorganized to conform to Masterformat 2010, this new edition provides a step-by-step guide to estimating building costs for contractors. A series of questions at the end of each chapter helps the reader summarize the content while new material makes this edition more comprehensive than ever. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Working Drawings. Chapter 2: Understanding the Specifications. Chapter 3: Calculating Linear Measure, Area, and Volume. Chapter 4: The Quantity Takeoff and Pricing. Chapter 5: Understanding Material and Labor Costs. Chapter 6: General Requirements. Chapter 7: Existing Conditions. Chapter 8: Concrete. Chapter 9: Masonry. Chapter 10: Metals. Chapter 11: Wood, Plastics, and Composites. Chapter 12: Thermal and Moisture Protection. Chapter 13: Openings. Chapter 14: Finishes. Chapter 15: Specialties. Chapter 16: Equipment, Furnishings, Special Construction, and Conveying Equipment. Chapter 17: Fire Suppression. Chapter 18: Plumbing. Chapter 19: Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC). Chapter 20: Integrated Automation. Chapter 21: Electrical Systems. Chapter 22: Communications, Electronic Safety, and Security. Chapter 23: Earthwork. Chapter 24: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 25: Utilities. Chapter 26: Profit and Contingencies. Chapter 27: Estimating by Computer. Chapter 28: Conceptual Estimating.

How to Estimate with RSMeans Data, 4th Edition

RSMeans Estimating Handbook, 3rd Edition

Saleh A. Mubarak PhD, RSMeans

Means Engineering Staff

978-1-118-02528-4 • March 2012

978-0-87629-273-0 • August-09

RSMeans Data

BASIC SKILLS FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

Using North America’s most recognized construction cost data from RSMeans, this step-by-step guide develops problemsolving skills through over 300 sample problems and exercises. All of the major RSMeans and Saleh A. Mubarak construction items, including site work, concrete and masonry, wood and metal framing, doors and windows, and more are covered. Access to a passwordprotected website is included, which contains the instruction version of RSMeans Cos/Works, the electronic version of RS Means Building Construction Cost Data, and sample building plans and spreadsheets, enabling readers to practice creating a complete construction estimate. , Ph.D.

This comprehensive reference covers the full spectrum of technical data required to estimate costs for major construction projects. Widely used in the industry for tasks ranging from routine estimates to special cost analysis projects, the book has been completely updated and reorganized with new and expanded technical information. RSMeans Estimating Handbook will help construction professionals evaluate architectural plans and specifications, prepare accurate quantity takeoffs, compare design alternatives and costs, perform value engineering, and double-check estimates and quotes. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Basic Calculations. Chapter 2: Spreadsheet Types. Chapter 3: Cost Estimating: An Introduction. Chapter 4: General Requirements. Chapter 5: Adjusting RSMeans Data to Job Conditions. Chapter 6: Concrete (Division 3) Chapter 7: Masonry (Division 4). Chapter 8: Metals (Division 5). Chapter 9: Wood and Plastics, Thermal and Moisture Protection (Divisions 67). Chapter 10: Doors and Windows, Interior Finish, and Equipment (Divisions 814). Chapter 11: Fire Suppression, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical (Divisions 2128). Chapter 12: Earthwork (Division 31). Chapter 13: Equipment Analysis. Chapter 14: Assemblies Estimating. Chapter 15: Approximate Estimates.

Chapter 1: General Requirements. Chapter 2: Existing Conditions. Chapter 3: Concrete. Chapter 4: Masonry. Chapter 5: Metals. Chapter 6: Wood, Plastics & Composites. Chapter 7: Thermal & Moisture Protection. Chapter 8: Openings. Chapter 9: Finishes. Chapter 10: Specialties. Chapter 11: Equipment. Chapter 12: Furnishings. Chapter 13: Special Construction. Chapter 14: Conveying Systems. Chapter 21: Fire Suppression. Chapter 22: Plumbing. Chapter 23: Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning. Chapter 26, 27, and 28: Electrical, Communications & Security. Chapter 31: Earthwork. Chapter 32: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 33: Utilities. Chapter 34: Transportation. Chapter 44: Pollution Control Equipment.

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CO CO NN S TS R TU RU CC T ITOI O NND D OO CC UU MM EN EN T ST /SC/ O CO NN TR TR AA CC T ST S

Introducing the CSI Practice Guides The CSI Practice Guides are a new library of comprehensive references specifically and carefully designed with students in mind. These essential references examine important concepts and best practices integral to a particular aspect of the construction process. Each book includes access to a password-protected website with bonus content, including a PDF of the book and copies of CSI formal documents such as MasterFormat, Uniformat, and SectionFormat/PageFormat.

The CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide Construction Specifications Institute 978-1-118-02718-9 • February 2013

The CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide is the must-have reference on construction product representation—and the essential study aid for the Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) Exam. This book offers comprehensive, authoritative coverage of best practices for effective construction product representation. Readers will find complete guidance on how to prepare and use documents, how to choose the appropriate products for a given project, and what role to play in the construction process and in an Integrated Product Delivery (IPD) workflow. This must-have resource is ideal as a CCPR Exam study aid and features a companion website with a PDF of the book, as well as CSI format documents, such as Uniformat and Sectionformat/Pageformat. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Product Representation. Chapter 3: Formats. Chapter 4: Project Team: Roles and Responsibilities. Chapter 5: Project Delivery. Chapter 6: Design Phase Activities. Chapter 7: Construction Documents. Chapter 8: Procurement Phase Activities. Chapter 9: Construction Phase Activities. Chapter 10: Project Closeout. Chapter 11: Facility Management. Chapter 12: Sustainable Design and Construction. Chapter 13: Summary.

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The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide

The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide

Construction Specifications Institute

Construction Specifications Institute

978-0-470-63518-6 • February 2011

978-0-470-63520-9 • February 2011

The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide is the must-have reference on construction contract administration—and the essential study aid for the Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) Exam. The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide provides best practices for construction contract administration, enabling the fair representation of the interests of all parties to construction agreements. Advice on effective communications, terms and contents of agreements, project forms and documentation, and compliance with codes and regulations are among the topics addressed. The companion website features a PDF file of the book, as well as CSI Glossary Documents, Format Documents, and CCA Forms.

The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide is the must-have reference on construction contract administration—and the essential study aid for the Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) Exam. The Specifications Practice Guide is focused on the roles and responsibilities of the specifications professional in meeting the challenges of the changing world of construction. In this volume, guidelines on topics like writing quality construction specifications and product selection are joined with best practices for managing project information, working with BIM and Integrated Product Delivery, and writing sustainable design specifications. The companion website features a PDF of the book, CSI Glossary Documents, Format Documents, and CCA Forms.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Introduction to Construction Contract Administration. Chapter 2: Roles and Responsibilities. Chapter 3: Preconstruction. Chapter 4: Meetings. Chapter 5: Submittals. Chapter 6: Site Visits, Observations, and Inspections. Chapter 7: Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Chapter 8: Interpretations and Modifications. Chapter 9: Executing the Work. Chapter 10: Claims and Disputes. Chapter 11: Measurement and Payment. Chapter 12: Project Closeout. Chapter 13: Developing A Construction Contract Administration Guide. Chapter 14. Summary. Index.

Chapter 1: Practices. Chapter 2: Language. Chapter 3: Methods. Chapter 4: Formats. Chapter 5: Agreements. Chapter 6: Conditions. Chapter 7: Division 01-General Requirements. Chapter 8: Coordinating Drawings and Specifications. Chapter 9: Procurement and Contract Document Modifications. Chapter 10: Master Guide Specifications. Chapter 11: Shortform Specifications. Chapter 12: Performance Specifying. Chapter 13: Specifying for the Purchase of Goods. Chapter 14: Specifying for Federal Agencies. Chapter 15: Warranties. Chapter 16: Construction Bonds. Chapter 17: Construction Insurance. Chapter 18: Summary. References. Index.

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The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide

The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide

Construction Specifications Institute

Construction Specifications Institute

978-0-470-63519-3 • January 2011

978-1-118-07855-6 • March 2013

The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide is the core guide to the series and provides an introduction to concepts spelled out in more detail in the more specialized guides as well as more general information about the roles of professionals involved in the delivery of a construction project. If you can own only one practice guide, this is the one to get. The companion website contains a PDF of the full text of the book, CSI Glossary Documents, Format Documents, and CCA Forms. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction to The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide. Chapter 2: Stakeholders and Participants. Chapter 3: Facility Life Cycle. Chapter 4: Codes, Regulations, and Standards. Chapter 5: Contracts and Legal Issues. Chapter 6: Project Planning. Chapter 7: Project Delivery. Chapter 8: Design. Chapter 9: Design Documents. Chapter 10: Product Selection and Evaluation. Chapter 11: Construction Documents. Chapter 12: Procurement. Chapter 13: Construction. Chapter 14: Facility Management.

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AND

Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, 6th Edition Harold J. Rosen, Mark Kalin, Robert S. Weygant, John R. Regener Jr.

The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide compiles information and best practices for those who participate in some way in the design and construction of sustainable facilities. It offers guidelines and standards on applying sustainable design and construction principles in practical terms. This guide includes an overview of the sustainable design standards and rating systems, an overview of green products and systems, the life cycle of a building, and the roles and responsibilities of team members. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Sustainable Design and Construction. Chapter 2: Roles and Expectations of the Design and Construction Team. Chapter 3: Sustainable Design and Construction Best Practices. Chapter 4: Green Product and System Evaluation. Chapter 5: Sustainable Design and Project Delivery. Chapter 6: Construction Documentation Practices. Summary.

Understanding & Negotiating Construction Contractor’s Contracts &A Subcontractor’s

Guide to Protecting Company Assets

978-0-470-38036-9 • April 2010

PROCEDURES

This Sixth Edition of Construction Specifications Writing is a single source guide to the purpose and process of preparing construction preparations. Updated to include the latest AIA and BIM standards, it serves as a practical planning tool that helps architects and engineers prepare accurate, easy-to-follow specifications. Building on the solid foundation of the previous editions, this text includes major sections on principles of construction contract documents, coordination of drawings and specifications, specifications of sustainable design, and much more. HAROLD J. ROSEN MARK KALIN ROBERT S. WEYGANT JOHN R. REGENER J R .

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Role of Specifications. Chapter 2: Relationship between Drawings and Specifications. Chapter 3: Organization of Specifications. Chapter 4: The Project Manual and Specifications Sections. Chapter 5: Formats for Specification Sections. Chapter 6: Types of Specifications. Chapter 7: Specifications Writing Principles. Chapter 8: Bidding Requirements. Chapter 9: General Conditions of the Contract. Chapter 10: Supplementary Conditions of the Contract. Chapter 11: Bonds, Guaranties, and Warranties. Chapter 12: Division 01 - General Requirements. Chapter 13: Modifications. Chapter 14: Specifications Language. Chapter 15: Specifications Resources. 16 Product Selection. Chapter 17: Specifications Writing Procedures. Chapter 18: Master Guide Specifications. Chapter 19: Computer-Assisted Specifications. Chapter 20: Preliminary Project Description. Chapter 21 Outline and Shortform Specifications. Chapter 22: Green Specs/LEED Specs. Chapter 23: Building Information Modeling.

• Scope of Work • Terms of Payment • Schedule • Insurance/Indemnity • Performance Assurances • Dispute Resolution • Damages • International Contracting

Understanding and Negotiating Construction Contracts: A Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s Guide to Protecting Company Assets Kit Werremeyer 978-0-87629-822-0 • September 2007

Construction is a complex business. Each project has its own unique physical and commercial considerations. Since there’s no such thing as a standard or typical construction project, construction contracts should also never be considered standard. The contractor must carefully manage both in order to have a successful outcome and protect the company’s interests and assets. This book will help you manage all vital elements of the contract, from the scope of work and schedule to terms of payment and cash flow to insurance, bonding, indemnity, and warranties, among many other topics. RSMeans

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Contracts: Basic Training. Chapter 2: Types & Forms of Contract. Chapter 3: Scope of Work. Chapter 4: Terms of Payment and Cash Flow. Chapter 5: The Schedule. Chapter 6: Assurances of Performance. Chapter 7: Insurance. Chapter 8: Indemnity. Chapter 9: Changes. Chapter 10: Disputes and Their Resolution. Chapter 11: Damages. Chapter 12: Warranties. 13: Termination and Suspension. Chapter 14: Force Majeure. Chapter 15: Other Contract Clauses. Chapter 16: International Contracting. Chapter 17: Some Final Thoughts on Negotiating Contracts.

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CONSTRUC TION EQUIPMENT

Construction Equipment and Methods: Planning, Innovation, Safety

Leonhard E. Bernold

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT and METHODS

Leonhard E. Bernold

PLANNING, INNOVATION, SAFETY

978-0-470-16986-5 • October 2012

A construction engineer must be able to understand and solve problems, communicate solutions, and manage their implementation. The book helps build these skills through a holistic view of construction technology that uses pedagogy designed to promote knowledge and skill acquisition, including case studies, open-ended problems. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Human Ingenuity Builds Miracles. Chapter 2: Costing The Operation Of Equipment. Chapter 3: Creating And Deploying Massive Power Safely. Chapter 4: The Omnipresent Backhoes. Chapter 5: Dozers, Scrapers, And Graders. Chapter 6: About Trucks, Loaders And The Quarry Operation. Chapter 7: Cranes—Gentle Giants In Construction. Chapter 8: Creating And Securing A Deep Dig. Chapter 9: The Many Ways To Construct Deep Foundations. Chapter 10: Forms And Temporary Structures For Material And Laborers. Chapter 11: How Do They Build These Magnificent Bridges?

PL ANNING AND SCHEDULING

Construction Project Scheduling and Control, 3rd Edition Construction Project Scheduling and Control 3rd Edition

Saleh A. Mubarak 978-1-118-84600-1 • March 2015

Revised and expanded with cutting edge topics including BIM, lean construction, and sustainability, the new edition of this popular book about scheduling and project control addresses the average student, detailing all the steps clearly and without shortcuts. Solved and unsolved exercises cover all subjects and computer software programs for construction are included for each chapter. The book also presents precedence networks as the realistic solution to scheduling, the main part of project control, and introduces new concepts in CPM scheduling such as the author’s own Dynamic Minimum Lag technique. The new edition includes coverage of building image modeling (BIM), lean construction, sustainability, and other cutting edge construction topics

Saleh A. Mubarak

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Bar (Gantt) Charts. Chapter 3: Basic Networks. Chapter 4: The Critical Path Method (CPM). Chapter 5: Precedence Networks. Chapter 6: Resource Allocation and Resource Leveling. Chapter 7: Schedule Updating and Project Control. Chapter 8: Schedule Compression and Time-Cost. Chapter 9: Reports and Presentations. Chapter 10: Scheduling as Part of the Project Management Effort. Chapter 11: Other Scheduling Methods. Chapter 12: Dynamic Minimum Lag Relationship. Chapter 13: Construction Delay and Other Claims. Chapter 14: Schedule Risk Management. Chapter 15: 4D Modeling and Scheduling.

Temporary Structure Design Wayne J. DelPico 978-1-118-90558-6 • October 2014

»

TEMPORARY STRUCTURE DESIGN

Chris Souder

Temporary construction structures such as scaffolding, formwork, shoring, ramps, platforms, and earth retaining structures are less regulated and monitored than most other parts of the construction process, and there are few standards for levels of quality or design techniques. Geared towards a senior level, undergraduate course or a specialty graduate course for students familiar with statics and strengths of materials, this book is the first design-oriented guide to the design of temporary construction structures. It includes coverage of the various safety considerations inherent in temporary structure design and construction, provides information on estimating cost and schedules for these specialized structures, and covers formwark and falsework as well as personnel protection, production support, environmental protection and foundational structures.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Statistics. Chapter 2: Strength of Materials. Chapter 3: Types of Loads on Temporary Structures. Chapter 4: Scaffolding Design. Chapter 5: Soil Properties and Soil Loading. Chapter 6: Soldier Beam, Lagging and Tiebacks. Chapter 7: Sheet Piling and Strutting. Chapter 8: Pressure and Forces on Formwork and Falsework. Chapter 9: Concrete Formwork Design. Chapter 10: Falsework Design. Chapter 11: Bracing and Guying. Chapter 12: Trestles and Equipment Bridges. Chapter 13: Support of Existing Structures.

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Construction Project Management, 6th Edition

Construction Project S. Keoki Sears, Glenn A. Sears, Management Richard H. Clough, 6th Edition

Jerald L. Rounds, Robert O. Segner

978-1-118-74505-2 • January 2015 S. Keoki Sears Glenn A. Sears Richard H. Clough Jerald L. Rounds Robert O. Segner

For over thirty years, Construction Project Management has been considered the preeminent guide to all aspects of the construction project management process, including the Critical Path Method (CPM) of project scheduling. It combines a solid foundation in the principles and fundamentals of CPM with particular emphasis on project planning, demonstrated through an example project. This Sixth Edition features new pedagogical elements such as end-of-chapter problems and questions, and a full suite of instructor’s resources. New information on the Earned Value Analysis (EVA) system and introductory coverage of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Lean Construction in the context of project scheduling help make this text thorough and up-to-date. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Construction Practices. 2. Systematic Project Management. 3. Project Estimating. 4. Project Planning. 5. Project Scheduling Concepts. 6. Production Planning. 7. Managing Time. 8. Resource Management. 9. Project Scheduling Applications. 10. Project Coordination. 11. Project Cost System. 12. Project Financial Management.

Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, 2nd Edition Thomas C. Schleifer, Kenneth T. Sullivan, John M. Murdough 978-1-118-83694-1 • March 2014

This book offers a common sense approach to launching and maintaining a successful contracting business while minimizing risk through case studies, graphs, and guidelines based on decades of hands-on experience. Part one of each chapter focuses on potential causes of contractor failure and how to avoid them while part two discusses a workable management strategy. Chapter Topics include: Project Size, Geographic Location, Replacing Key Personnel, Managerial Maturity, Controlled Borrowing, Accounting Proceses, Financial Analysis and Indicators, Pre-Contract Planning, and Delivery. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Managing with Confidence. 2. Elements of Contractor Failure. 3. Increase in Project Size. 4. Change in Geographic Location. 5. Changing or Adding to Type of Construction Performed. 6. Replace Key Personnel. 7. Managerial Maturity. 8. Accounting Systems. 9. Evaluating Contract Profitability. 10 Equipment Cost Management. 11. Other Industry Concerns. 12. Financial Management Issues. 13. Financial Analysis and Indicators. 14. Projection and Budgets. 15. The Effective Use of Credit. 16. Making Decisions in Volatile Conditions. 17. Success Factors for a Changing Industry. 18. Performance Measurement.

Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, 4th Edition

Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction

David R. Pierce, Jr.

Wayne J. DelPico

978-1-118-36780-3 • September 2013

978-1-118-13923-3 • September 2013

First published in 1988 by RS Means, the new edition of this book has been substantially revised for students enrolled in construction management and civil engineering programs. While retaining its emphasis on developing practical, professional-level scheduling skills, the new edition is a relatable, real-world case study that can be used over the course of a semester. The book also includes classroom elements like exercises, quizzes, skill-building exercises, and an instructor’s manual that includes two additional new cases.

The key to successful project management lies in the fusing of cost to schedule whereby the management of one helps the management of the other. A project’s cost and duration must have a direct relationship with baselines for tracking the project and keeping both cost and schedule on target. This book explores the reasons behind the methodologies for proper planning, monitoring, and controlling cost and schedule, filling a void in the current literature on project control in contemporary construction. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Project Management Fundamentals. Chapter 2: Pre-Planning Investigation. Chapter 3: Planning the Project. Chapter 4: Scheduling the Project. Chapter 5: Publishing the Schedule. Chapter 6: Monitoring and Controlling the Project. Chapter 7: Resource Management. Chapter 8: Procurement Scheduling. Chapter 9: Line of Balance Scheduling.

Chapter 1: The Basics. Chapter 2: Introduction to Project Control. Chapter 3: Pre-Construction Planning. Chapter 4: The Schedule. Chapter 5: The Budget. Chapter 6: Integrating the Schedule and the Budget. Chapter 7: Calculating and Analyzing Progress. Chapter 8: Analyzing and Reporting Variances in Schedule and Cost. Chapter 9: Recognizing Trends and Forecasting Performance. Chapter 10: Productivity. Chapter 11: Acceleration and Schedule Compression. Chapter 12: Resource Management. Chapter 13: Risk Management. Chapter 14: Project Closeout.

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C CO ON N SS TT R RU UC C TT II O ON N LS A UW PERVISION

Construction Supervision Jerald L. Rounds, Robert O. Segner Jr. 978-0-470-61496-9 • March 2011

JERALD L. ROUNDS

R O B E RT O . S E G N E R J R .

This book covers all supervisory situations one is likely to encounter on a commercial, industrial, or institutional construction project. The book is based upon a very successful Electrical Project Supervision (EPS) training program developed by Rounds and Segner for the National Electrical Contractors Association and licensed to several organizations representing other construction sectors. This program has been delivered for over a decade and continues to be delivered to thousands of construction supervisors each year. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Overview of the Construction Industry. Chapter 2. Supervision and the Supervisor. Section II: Soft Skills. Chapter 3: Oral Communication. Chapter 4: Written Communication and Documentation. Chapter 5: Team-Building and Maintenance. Chapter 6: Maintaining the Relationship Between the Employee and the Employer. Chapter 7: Managing the Human Resource. Chapter 8: Risk Management and Problem-Solving. Section III: Technical Skills. Chapter 9: Safety. Chapter 10: The Contract as a Management Tool. Chapter 11: Managing Physical Resources. Chapter 12: Managing Costs: Understanding the Estimate. Chapter 13: Managing Costs: Elements of Cost Control. Chapter 14: Managing Time on a Construction Project. Chapter 15: Managing Production. Section IV: Project Supervision. Chapter 16: Project Organization. Chapter 17: Mobilization. Chapter 18: Ongoing Operations. Chapter 19: Closeout of Field Operations. Chapter 20: The Supervisor’s Continuing Development.

CO N S T R U C T I O N L AW Construction Law: An Introduction for Engineers, Architects, and Contractors Gail Kelley

Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional, Fourth Edition

978-1-118-22903-3 • October 2012

Thomas J. Kelleher Jr., G. Scott Walters 978-0-470-23136-4 • January 2009

For a construction business to function properly, architects, engineers, and contractors need to understand how the various state and federal laws affect their business and how to avoid disputes and exposure to liability. This book offers a comprehensive review of the U.S. legal environment, both criminal and civil, focusing on the key legal concepts and issues applicable to a typical construction project. Construction professionals will find a clear, concise introduction to a wide range of contractual issues related to project participants, as well as issues related to the actual construction and litigation. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Law and Government. Chapter 2: Basic Legal Principles. Chapter 3: Project Participants. Chapter 4: Project Delivery Systems. Chapter 5: Construction Contracts. Chapter 6: The Design Process. Chapter 7: The Procurement Process. Chapter 8: Pricing Construction Projects. Chapter 9: Subcontractors and Suppliers. Chapter 10: Time for Performance. Chapter 11: Construction Scheduling. Chapter 12: Contract Administration. Chapter 13: The Payment Process. Chapter 14: Changes to the Work. Chapter 15: Differing Site Conditions. Chapter 16: Termination of the Construction Contract. Chapter 17: Mechanic’s Liens. Chapter 18: Construction Insurance. Chapter 19: Surety Bonds. Chapter 20: Liability for Defective Construction. Chapter 21: Calculations of Damages. Chapter 22: The Economic Loss Doctrine. Chapter 23: Alternative Dispute Resolution.

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Coming from one of the most respected construction law firms in the world, this bestselling guide provides a practical, plain-English introduction to the significant legal topics and questions affecting construction industry professionals. This fully updated edition includes a CD featuring sample contracts and documents as well as updated instructor support material. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: The Legal Context of Construction. Chapter 2: Alternative Contracting Methods. Chapter 3: Preparing to Work in a New State: Preproposal and Performance Considerations. Chapter 4: Competing for the Contract. Chapter 5: Intepreting the Contract. Chapter 6: The Uniform Construction Code and the Construction Industry. Chapter 7: The Authority and Responsibility of the Design Official. Chapter 8: Subcontract Administration and Dispute Avoidance. Chapter 9: Contract Changes. Chapter 10: Differening Site Conditions. Chapter 11: Schedules, Delays, and Acceleration. Chapter 12: Inspection, Acceptance, Warranties, and Commissioning. Chapter 13: Management Techniques to Limit Risks and Avoid Disputes. Chapter 14: Payment Bonds. Chapter 15: Performance Bonds and Termination. Chapter 16: Proving Costs and Damages. Chapter 17: Construction Industry Environmental and Safety Concerns. Chapter 18: Construction Insurance. Chapter 19: Labor and Employment Issues Affecting the Construction Industry. Chapter 20: Bankruptcy in the Construction Setting. Chapter 21: Resolution of Construction Disputes of Federal Government Construction Contract Disputes.

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FINANCIAL

MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS AND

Financial Management and Accounting Fundamentals for Construction Daniel W. Halpin, Bolivar A. Senior

Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice

Civil Engineer’s Handbook

Karen Lee Hansen, Kent E. Zenobia

of Professional Practice

978-0-470-43841-1 • April 2011

978-0-470-18271-0 • August 2009

FOR CONSTRUCTION

Financial management is an aspect of every construction project. This easy-to-understand guide to financial concepts specific to the construction industry is ideal for both students and working professionals. The focus on construction-related issues DANIEL W. HALPIN BOLIVAR A. SENIOR and the succinct, practical, and visually oriented approach makes the material easily accessible to construction professionals who lack financial expertise. Case studies and examples, several of them international, show how the principles apply to real-world applications. AND

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Understanding Financial Statements. Chapter 3: Analyzing Company Financial Data. Chapter 4: Accounting Basics. Chapter 5: Project-Level Cost Control. Chapter 6: Forecasting Financial Needs. Chapter 7: Time Value of Money and Evaluating Investments. Chapter 8: Construction Loans and Credit. Chapter 9: The Impact of Taxes. Introduction.

Construction Funding: The Process of Real Estate Development, Appraisal, and Finance, 4th Edition

This book is the first to take the practical skills defined by the ASCE BOK and provide illuminating techniques, quotes, case examples, problems, and information to assist the reader in addressing the Karen Lee Hansen and Kent E. Zenobia many challenges facing civil engineers. From the challenge of sustainability to the rigors of problem recognition and solving, the book provides an essential tool for working as a practicing civil engineer. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Background and History of the Profession. Chapter 3: Ethics. Chapter 4: Professional Engagement. Chapter 5: The Engineer’s Role in Project Development. Chapter 6: What Engineers Deliver. Chapter 7: Executing a Professional Commission. Chapter 8: Permitting. Chapter 9: The Client Relationship and Business Development. Chapter 10: Leadership. Chapter 11: Legal Aspects of Professional Practice. Chapter 12: Managing the Civil Engineering Enterprise. Chapter 13: Communicating as a Professional Engineer. Chapter 14: Having a Life. Chapter 15: Globalization. Chapter 16: Sustainability. Chapter 17: Emerging Technologies.

Construction Business Management: What Every Construction Contractor, Builder and Subcontractor Needs to Know

Nathan S. Collier, Courtland A. Collier, Don A. Halperin 978-0-470-03731-7 • September 2007

Nick B. Ganaway Construction firms operate on narrow profit margins and the success of construction projects is hinged upon proper financing. Construction Funding is the only single-volume, concise text on the financial aspects of building and developing. This new update acquaints the reader with a set of procedures specifically designed to solve the unique financial challenges facing the construction industry and guides the reader step-bystep through each phase of financing a development project, from simple one-family residences to large multi-unit complexes. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part I: Background. Chapter 1: Characteristics of Real Estate. Chapter 2: Different Types of Business Organizations. Chapter 3: Negotiation. Part II: The Development Process Start to Finish. Chapter 4: The Development Process: An Overview. 5 Market Studies, Site Feasibility Analysis, and Selection. Chapter 6: Creating the Project Pro Forma. Chapter 7: The Appraisal. Chapter 8: Sources of Financing, the Loan Application Process, and Term Sheets. Chapter 9: The Commitment. Chapter 10: Closing the Loan: The Note, Mortgage, Construction Loan Agreement, and Unconditional Guaranty. Part III: Evolution of the Development Process. Chapter 11: Joint Ventures. Chapter 12: Condominiums and Condominium Conversions. Part IV: Cash Forecasts and The Time Value of Money. Chapter 13: How to Forecast Cash Needs During Construction. Chapter 14: Basic How-to-Do-It Time Value of Money Calculations.

978-0-87629-825-1 • October 2006

Less than half of construction firms are still in business after four years. Make sure your company thrives with essential and very readable guidance from a pro with 25 years’ success. Find out what it takes to build all aspects of a business that is profitable, enjoyable, and enduring. This book explains, among other topics, duties of the owner of a successful construction business, essential terms and conditions to include and exclude in contracts, rules to follow to ensure you’re paid what you’re owed, including step-by-step change-order procedures to avoid disputes and non-payment, and much more. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Do you have what it takes? Chapter 2: Your role as owner of your construction firm. Chapter 3: Sales, marketing, and business development. Chapter 4: Creating customer loyalty. Chapter 5: Business considerations. Chapter 6: Controlling your finances. Chapter 7: Bidding. Chapter 8: Building it. Chapter 9: Accounting and record keeping. Chapter 10: Contract terms and conditions. Chapter 11: You and your employees. Chapter 12: You and your subcontractors. Chapter 13: Banking and finance. Chapter 14: Insurance and bonds. Chapter 15: Specializing in chain store construction.

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Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design

Introduction to Civil Engineering Systems Samuel Labi 978-0-470-53063-4 • February 2014

James R. Mihelcic, Julie B. Zimmerman

This book will walk the reader through each phase of a civil engineering project and provide the student with an understanding of how to evaluate them with a holistic, interdisciplinary approach.

978-0-470-16505-8 • June 2009

This book introduces civil engineers to chemistry and biology through a mass and energy balance approach. It covers ABET required topics of emerging importance, such as sustainable and global engineering and includes endof-chapter questions that are similar to those on the FE and PE exams. In addition, readers will have access to web modules, that address a specific topic, such as water and wastewater treatment. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Engineering and Sustainable Development. Chapter 2: Environmental Measurements. Chapter 3: Chemistry. Chapter 4: Physical Processes. Chapter 5: Biology. Chapter 6: Environmental Risk. Chapter 7: Green Engineering. Chapter 8: Water Quality. Chapter 9: Water Supply, Distribution, and Wastewater Collection. Chapter 10: Water Treatment. Chapter 11: Wastewater Treatment. Chapter 12: Air Resources Engineering. Chapter 13: Solid-Waste Management. Chapter 14: Built Environment.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1 Civil Engineering Systems and Their Evolution, Chapter 2 Fundamental Concepts in Systems Engineering, Chapter 3 Goals and Objectives of Civil Engineering Systems, Chapter 4 Tasks within the Phases of Systems Development, Chapter 5 Probability, Chapter 6 Statistics, Chapter 7, Chapter 8 Simulation, Chapter 9 Optimization, Chapter 10 Cost Analysis, Chapter 11 Economic Analysis, Chapter 12 Multiple Criteria Analysis, Chapter 13 Risk And Reliability, Chapter 14 System Dynamics, Chapter 15 Real Options Analysis, Chapter 16 Decision Analysis, Chapter 17 Network Analysis Tools, Chapter 18 Queuing Analysis, Chapter 19 The Needs Assessment Phase, Chapter 20 Systems Planning, Chapter 21 System Design, Chapter 22 Systems Construction, Chapter 23 System Operations, Chapter 24 System Monitoring, Chapter 25 System Preservation (Maintenance And Rehabilitation), Chapter 26 System End-Of-Life, Chapter 27 Threats, Exposure, And System Resilience, Chapter 28 Sustainability, Chapter 29 Ethics And Legal Issues In Civil Systems Development, Chapter 30 Epilogue.

Introduction to Infrastructure: An Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering

-ICHAEL20ENNs0HILIP*0ARKER

Michael R. Penn, Philip J. Parker

INTRODUCTION TO

978-0-470-41191-9 • November 2011

An Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering

Introduction to Infrastructure: An Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering breaks new ground in preparing civil and environmental engineers to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The authors use the infrastructure that is all around us to introduce students to civil and environmental engineering, demonstrating how all the parts of civil and environmental engineering are interrelated to help students see the big picture in the first or second year of the curriculum. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction to Infrastructure and Careers in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Chapter 2: The Natural Environment. Chapter 3: Structural Infrastructure. Chapter 4: Transportation Infrastructure. Chapter 5: Environmental and Energy Infrastructure. Chapter 6: Construction Sites. Chapter 7: Infrastructure Systems. Chapter 8: History, Heritage, and Future. Chapter 9: Analysis Fundamentals. Chapter 10: Design Fundamentals. Chapter 11: Planning Considerations. Chapter 12: Energy Considerations. Chapter 13: Sustainability Considerations. Chapter 14: Economic Considerations. Chapter 15: Environmental Considerations. Chapter 16: Social Considerations. Chapter 17: Ethical Considerations. Chapter 18: Security Considerations. Chapter 19: Other (No Less Important) Considerations. Chapter 20: Analysis II. Chapter 21: Design II.

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IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for professional facility managers, supporting more than 22,655 members in 78 countries. Formed in 1980, IFMA certifies facility managers; conducts research; provides educational programs; recognizes facility management certificate programs; and produces World Workplace, the world’s largest facility management conference and exposition.

Technology for Facility Managers: The Impact of Cutting-Edge Technology on Facility Management Eric Teicholz, Editor 978-1-118-38283-7 • October 2012

Appropriate as a textbook for IFMA Accredited Degree Programs or as a resource for professionals studying for certification through IFMA, this book presents the cutting-edge technology that facility managers will encounter during their careers.

BIM for Facility Managers Paul Teicholz, Editor 978-1-118-38281-3 • March 2013

An indispensable resource for facility managers, building owners, and developers alike, this book uses six real-life projects to explain how BIM can be linked to facility management systems to achieve significant life-cycle advantages.

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Interpreting Land Records, Second Edition Donald A. Wilson 978-1-118-74687-5 • November 2014

Interpreting Land Records is the only text available providing practical guidance on the important topic of interpreting land records to students and professionals in land surveying. It discusses methods both for performing retracement of existing boundaries, as well as providing guidance to surveyors establishing new boundaries on how to ensure that the boundaries are clearly documented and avoid abstraction or vagueness which would complicate future retracement. It provides an introduction to land records in the United States, covers various methods of historic surveys used throughout the country, practical information on records research, the meaning of historic words and phrases, and the use historic maps, photographs, and written documents in establishing a boundary for which the official records are lost or corrupted. Also included is a new chapter on researching land records. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1 Introduction to Land Records. 2 Geometry of the Description. 3 Records Research: Title Search or Deed Search. 4 Researching Land Records. 5 Rules of Construction. 6 Relative Importance of Conflicting Elements. 7 Exceptions and Reservations. 8 Words and Phrases. 9 The Use of Extrinsic Evidence. 10 Maps, Plats, Plans, and Charts. 1 Pictures. 12 Document Examination.

Brown’s Boundary Control and Legal Principles, Seventh Edition Walter G. Robillard, Donald A. Wilson 978-1-118-43143-6 • December 2013

This new edition has been updated to reflect ongoing changes in surveying technology and surveying law, notably by adding water boundary expert George Cole as a contributor to revamp information on Riparian and Littoral Boundaries. Additionally, a new appendix has been included containing a comprehensive list of surveying books that have been referenced in court cases and legal decisions as persuasive authority over the years. This is an indispensable guide for students and practitioners studying for the Fundamentals of Land Surveying licensure exam. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: History and Concept of Boundaries. Chapter 2: How Boundaries are Created. Chapter 3: Ownership, Transfer, and Description of Real Property & Accompanying Rights. Chapter 4: Boundaries, Law, and Related Presumptions. Chapter 5: Creation and Interpretation of Metes and Bounds and other Non-sectionalized Descriptions. Chapter 6: Creation and Retracement of Glo Boundaries. Chapter 7: Federal and State Non-sectionalized Land Surveys Chapter 8: Locating Easements and Reversions. Chapter 9: Riparian and Littoral Boundaries. Chapter 10: Retracing and “resurveying” Sectionalized Lands. Chapter 11: Locating Sequential Conveyances. Chapter 12: Locating Simultaneously Created Boundaries. Chapter 13: Locating Combination Descriptions and Conveyances. Chapter 14: Role of the Surveyor. Chapter 15: The Ethics and Moral Responsibilities of Boundary Creation and of Retracements.

Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location, Sixth Edition

EVIDENCE

Walter G. Robillard, Donald A. Wilson, Curtis M. Brown, Winfield Eldridge

AND

PROCEDURES

978-0-470-40478-2 • January 2011

FOR

BOUNDARY LOCATION SIXTH EDITION

WALTER G. ROBILLARD DONALD A. WILSON CURTIS M. BROWN

Professional surveyors and many civil engineers must understand the laws of boundaries and the evidence necessary for efficient and accurate boundary determination. This new edition of the preeminent text on the subject is now completely up to date with new material on the use of technology in surveying and its legal ramifications, the use of forensic investigative techniques in the discovery of obscured evidence, new case law examples, and new exhibits that help illustrate the concepts presented. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Definition, Scope, and Nature of Evidence. Chapter 3: Words as Evidence. Chapter 4: Evidence and Technology. Chapter 5: Other Types of Species of Evidence. Chapter 6: Calculations and Measurements as Evidence. Chapter 7: Plats as Evidence. Chapter 8: Evidence of Water Boundaries. Chapter 9: Using Historical Knowledge as Evidence. Chapter 10: Recording and Preserving Evidence. Chapter 11: Procedures for Locating Boundaries Described by Words. Chapter 12: Original Survey and Related Platting Laws. Chapter 13: Unwritten Transfers of Land Ownership. Chapter 14: Guarantees of Title and Location. Chapter 15: Using and Understanding Words in Boundary Descriptions. Chapter 16: Professional Liability. Chapter 17: Professional Stature. Chapter 18: The Surveyor in Court. Chapter 19: The Surveyor, the Law, and Evidence: A Professional Relationship. Appendix A: The Surveyor’s Report. Appendix B: Wooden Evidence. Appendix C: The Quasi-Judicial Function of Surveyors. Appendix D: Geodaesia. Appendix E: Land Acts That Created the Public Lands.

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Advanced Concrete Technology / Li.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Allen / Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition ................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Allen / Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition ............................................................................................................... 11 Allen / Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition ................................................................................................................................................... 12 Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods / Elizabeth .......................................................................................................................... 15 Ambrose / Building Structures, Third Edition ................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Ambrose / Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition ............................................................................................................................................ 20 Ambrose / Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition ................................................................................................................................................... 20 Ambrose / Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition ......................................................................................................................... 17 Architectural Acoustics Illustrated / Ermann ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Architectural Structures / Place .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials / Onstott ............................................................................................................................................................ 23 AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required / Gladfelter .............................................................................................................................. 23 Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials / Duell ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24 Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required / Wing.............................................................................................................................................. 24

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Becoming a Construction Manager / McKeon ................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Bernold / Construction Equipment and Methods: Planning, Innovation, Safety ........................................................................................................................... 32 BIM and Construction Management: Proven Tools, Methods, and Workflows, Second Edition / Hardin .................................................................................. 26 BIM for Facility Managers / Teicholz .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 37 BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design / Lévy .................................................................................................................................................................................. 27 Bisharat / Construction Graphics: A Practical Guide to Interpreting Working Drawings, Second Edition .................................................................................. 28 Bokmiller / Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2015 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 25 Briaud / Geotechnical Engineering: Unsaturated and Saturated Soils ........................................................................................................................................... 21 Brown / Sun, Wind, & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition.................................................................................................................................. 14 Brown’s Boundary Control and Legal Principles, Seventh Edition / Robillard................................................................................................................................ 38 Budhu / Soil Mechanics and Foundations, Third Edition ................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition / Ching ........................................................... 27 Building Construction Illustrated, Fifth Edition / Ching ................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Building Construction Illustrated, Fourth Edition / Ching ............................................................................................................................................................... 12 Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice / Kensek.............................................................................................................................. 26 Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition / Ching ............................................................................................................. 16 Building Structures, Third Edition / Ambrose ................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

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Ching / Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition ........................................................... 27 Ching / Building Construction Illustrated, Fifth Edition ................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Ching / Building Construction Illustrated, Fourth Edition ............................................................................................................................................................... 12 Ching / Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition ............................................................................................................. 16 Ching / Green Building Illustrated ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice / Hansen ......................................................................................................................................................... 35 Clough / Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Seventh Edition ......................................................................................... 10 Collier / Construction Funding: The Process of Real Estate Development, Appraisal, and Finance, Fourth Edition ................................................................ 35 Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional, Fourth Edition / Kelleher ................................................................. 34 Construction Business Management: What Every Construction Contractor, Builder and Subcontractor Needs to Know / Ganaway..................................... 35 Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Seventh Edition / Clough ......................................................................................... 10 Construction Equipment and Methods: Planning, Innovation, Safety / Bernold ........................................................................................................................... 32 Construction Funding: The Process of Real Estate Development, Appraisal, and Finance, Fourth Edition / Collier ................................................................ 35 Construction Graphics: A Practical Guide to Interpreting Working Drawings, Second Edition / Bisharat .................................................................................. 28 Construction Law: An Introduction for Engineers, Architects, and Contractors / Kelley .............................................................................................................. 34 Construction Management JumpStart: The Best First Step Toward a Career in Construction Management, Second Edition / Jackson ............................... 10 Construction Management, Fourth Edition / Halpin .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Construction of Architecture: From Design to Built / Liebing ......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Construction Project Management, Sixth Edition / Sears ................................................................................................................................................................ 33

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Construction Project Safety / Schaufelberger ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition / Mubarak ........................................................................................................................................ 32 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide...................................................................................... 30 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide ...................................................................................... 30 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide ....................................................................................................... 30 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide ........................................................................................................................... 31 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide ................................................................................ 15, 31 Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, Sixth Edition / Rosen ............................................................................................................... 31 Construction Supervision / Rounds.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 Contractor’s Guide to Green Building Construction: Management, Project Delivery, Documentation, and Risk Reduction / Glavinich................................. 15 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED V4 Green Associate Exam .................................................................................................................................................................. 13 CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute..................................................................................... 30 CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute ..................................................................................... 30 CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute ...................................................................................................... 30 CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute .......................................................................................................................... 31 CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute ............................................................................... 15, 31

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DelPico / Construction Project Management, Sixth Edition ............................................................................................................................................................ 33 DelPico / Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition ................................................................................................................................................................. 29 DelPico / Estimating Building Costs for the Residential and Light Commercial Construction Professional, Second Edition ............................................... 7, 29 DelPico / Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction ............................................................................................................................... 6, 33 DelPico / Temporary Structure Design .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 Design of Reinforced Concrete, Eighth Edition / McCormac.......................................................................................................................................................... 19 Duell / Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24 Duncan / Soil Strength and Slope Stability, Second Edition ........................................................................................................................................................... 21

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Eastman / Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, Second Edition .......... 27 Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition / DelPico ................................................................................................................................................................. 29 Elizabeth / Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods .......................................................................................................................... 15 Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design / Mihelcic .............................................................................................................................. 36 Ermann / Architectural Acoustics Illustrated ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Estimating Building Costs for the Residential and Light Commercial Construction Professional, Second Edition / DelPico ............................................... 7, 29 Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location, Sixth Edition / Robillard .................................................................................................................................. 38 Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition / Allen ................................................................................................................................................................. 11

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Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing / Lipson ........................................................................................................................................................................ 25 Financial Management and Accounting Fundamentals for Construction / Halpin ....................................................................................................................... 35 Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition / Allen ............................................................................................................... 11 Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition / Allen ................................................................................................................................................... 12

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Ganaway / Construction Business Management: What Every Construction Contractor, Builder and Subcontractor Needs to Know..................................... 35 Geotechnical Engineering: Unsaturated and Saturated Soils / Briaud ........................................................................................................................................... 21 Geschwindner / Unified Design of Steel Structures, Second Edition ............................................................................................................................................. 19 Gladfelter / AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required .............................................................................................................................. 23 Glavinich / Contractor’s Guide to Green Building Construction: Management, Project Delivery, Documentation, and Risk Reduction................................. 15 Green Building Illustrated / Ching ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Green Building: Project Planning and Cost Estimating, Third Edition / RSMeans .................................................................................................................... 7, 14 Grondzik / Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition ........................................................................................................................... 18 Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More / Reeder 15 Guide to the LEED V4 Green Associate Exam / Cottrell .................................................................................................................................................................. 13

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Halpin / Construction Management, Fourth Edition .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Halpin / Financial Management and Accounting Fundamentals for Construction ....................................................................................................................... 35

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Han / Principles and Practice of Ground Improvement ................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, Second Edition / Eastman .......... 27 Hansen / Civil Engineer’s Handbook of Professional Practice ......................................................................................................................................................... 35 Hardin / BIM and Construction Management: Proven Tools, Methods, and Workflows, Second Edition .................................................................................. 26 Hassoun / Structural Concrete: Theory and Design, Sixth Edition.................................................................................................................................................. 19 How to Estimate with RSMeans Data, Fourth Edition / Mubarak................................................................................................................................................ 7, 29

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Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD / Vassigh ...................................................................................................................................... 17 Interpreting Land Records, Second Edition / Wilson ....................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Introduction to Civil Engineering Systems / Labi.............................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Introduction to Infrastructure: An Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering / Penn ................................................................................................. 36

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Jackson / Construction Management JumpStart: The Best First Step Toward a Career in Construction Management, Second Edition ............................... 10

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Kalinkski / Soil Mechanics Lab Manual, Second Edition .................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Kelleher / Common Sense Construction Law: A Practical Guide for the Construction Professional, Fourth Edition ................................................................. 34 Kelley / Construction Law: An Introduction for Engineers, Architects, and Contractors .............................................................................................................. 34 Kensek / Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice.............................................................................................................................. 26 Kibert / Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Third Edition ................................................................................................................. 9 Kibert / Working Toward Sustainability: Ethical Decision-Making in a Technological World........................................................................................................ 14 Krygiel / Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25

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Labi / Introduction to Civil Engineering Systems.............................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Lévy / BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design .................................................................................................................................................................................. 27 Li / Advanced Concrete Technology.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Liebing / Construction of Architecture: From Design to Built ......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Lipson / Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing ........................................................................................................................................................................ 25

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Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, Second Edition / Schleifer ............................ 33 Martland / Toward More Sustainable Infrastructure: Project Evaluation for Planners and Engineers .......................................................................................... 14 Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 / Omura ............................................................................................................................................................. 23 Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2015 and Autodesk Inventor LT 2015 / Waguespack ..................................................................................................................... 24 Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 / Krygiel ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Mastering Autodesk Revit MEP 2015 / Bokmiller ............................................................................................................................................................................. 25 McCormac / Design of Reinforced Concrete, Eighth Edition.......................................................................................................................................................... 19 McKeon / Becoming a Construction Manager ................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Means Engineering Staff / RSMeans Estimating Handbook, Third Edition ............................................................................................................................... 6, 29 Means Engineering Staff / RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition ............................................................................................................ 6 Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition / Grondzik ........................................................................................................................... 18 Mihelcic / Environmental Engineering: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design .............................................................................................................................. 36 Mubarak / Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition ........................................................................................................................................ 32 Mubarak / How to Estimate with RSMeans Data, Fourth Edition................................................................................................................................................ 7, 29

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Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, Ninth Edition / Simmons ...................................................................................................................... 12 Omura / Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 ............................................................................................................................................................. 23 Onstott / AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials ............................................................................................................................................................ 23

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Penn / Introduction to Infrastructure: An Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering ................................................................................................. 36 Pierce / Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, Fourth Edition .......................................................................................................................... 33 Place / Architectural Structures .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 Principles and Practice of Ground Improvement / Han ................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Print and Specifications Reading for Construction / Russell ............................................................................................................................................................ 28 Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, The, Fourth Edition / Wakita .............................................................................................................. 28

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Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction / DelPico ............................................................................................................................... 6, 33 Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, Fourth Edition / Pierce .......................................................................................................................... 33

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Reeder / Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More 15 Residential & Light Commercial Construction Standards, Third Edition, Updated / RSMeans................................................................................................ 8, 28 Robillard / Brown’s Boundary Control and Legal Principles, Seventh Edition................................................................................................................................ 38 Robillard / Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location, Sixth Edition .................................................................................................................................. 38 Rosen / Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, Sixth Edition ............................................................................................................... 31 Rounds / Construction Supervision.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 RSMeans / Green Building: Project Planning and Cost Estimating, Third Edition .................................................................................................................... 7, 14 RSMeans / Residential & Light Commercial Construction Standards, Third Edition, Updated................................................................................................ 8, 28 RSMeans Estimating Handbook, Third Edition / Means Engineering Staff ............................................................................................................................... 6, 29 RSMeans / RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary: The Complete Source of Construction Terms and Concepts, with Free Interactive CD-ROM, Fourth Edition ............................................................................................................................................................................. 8 RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition / Means Engineering Staff ............................................................................................................ 6 RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary: The Complete Source of Construction Terms and Concepts, with Free Interactive CD-ROM, Fourth Edition / RSMeans ................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Russell / Print and Specifications Reading for Construction ............................................................................................................................................................ 28

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Schaufelberger / Construction Project Safety ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 Schleifer / Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, Second Edition ............................ 33 Simmons / Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, Ninth Edition ...................................................................................................................... 12 Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition / Ambrose ............................................................................................................................................ 20 Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition / Ambrose ................................................................................................................................................... 20 Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition / Ambrose ......................................................................................................................... 17 Soil Mechanics and Foundations, Third Edition / Budhu ................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Soil Mechanics Lab Manual, Second Edition / Kalinkski .................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Soil Strength and Slope Stability, Second Edition / Duncan ........................................................................................................................................................... 21 Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals / Walker ................................................................................................................................................. 16 Structural Concrete: Theory and Design, Sixth Edition / Hassoun.................................................................................................................................................. 19 Sun, Wind, & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition / Brown.................................................................................................................................. 14 Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Third Edition / Kibert ................................................................................................................. 9

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Technology for Facility Managers: The Impact of Cutting-Edge Technology on Facility Management / Teicholz..................................................................... 37 Teicholz / BIM for Facility Managers .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 37 Teicholz / Technology for Facility Managers: The Impact of Cutting-Edge Technology on Facility Management .................................................................... 37 Temporary Structure Design / DelPico .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 Toward More Sustainable Infrastructure: Project Evaluation for Planners and Engineers / Martland .......................................................................................... 14

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Understanding and Negotiating Construction Contracts: A Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s Guide to Protecting Company Assets / Werremeyer .......... 31 Unified Design of Steel Structures, Second Edition / Geschwindner ............................................................................................................................................. 19

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Vassigh / Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD ...................................................................................................................................... 17

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Waguespack / Mastering Autodesk Inventor 2015 and Autodesk Inventor LT 2015 ..................................................................................................................... 24 Wakita / The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, Fourth Edition ............................................................................................................... 28 Walker / Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals ................................................................................................................................................. 16 Werremeyer / Understanding and Negotiating Construction Contracts: A Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s Guide to Protecting Company Assets .......... 31 Wilson / Interpreting Land Records, Second Edition ....................................................................................................................................................................... 38 Wing / Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required.............................................................................................................................................. 24 Working Toward Sustainability: Ethical Decision-Making in a Technological World / Kibert........................................................................................................ 14

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Wiley Construction Catalog 2015  

Wiley Construction Catalog 2015