Planning Resilient Infrastructure Systems is an essential guide for planning practitioners, providing tools and approaches needed for complex, changing and uncertain environments. This book takes a systems approach to infrastructure planning, focusing on delivering and sustaining the optimum outcome for society. It emphasises using evidence to unde
Pedestrian Facilities provides detailed guidance on the design of pedestrian facilities to encourage the safety, comfort and convenience of pedestrians and other road users. The emphasis throughout is on numerical, functional aspects of designing footways, crossings along roads and junctions, roundabouts, and other spaces where pedestrian and vehic
Producing a graphical representation of an urban design, town planning or regeneration project is an essential aspect of the design process. How do practitioners use these graphics to best effect and how are created most effectively?
Graphics for Urban Design provides guidance on how to use graphic techniques to stimulate and communicate ideas t
Author(s): Chris Binnie, Martin Kimber and Hugh Thomas
Publication date: 08 December 2017
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Basic Water Treatment, now in its sixth edition, is an accessible and practical guide to all aspects of potable water quality and treatment. Focusing on the issues of most interest to practising engineers, it provides examples of good practice, summarises key issues and criteria, and includes additional theory to explain and support the treatment p
Polymer Support Fluids in Civil Engineering provides a detailed study of the use of polymer support fluids in civil engineering, covering all major aspects including fundamental material properties, laboratory and site testing, as well as case histories and specifications. This book includes all the information necessary to optimise the use of poly
Read ICE President Professor Lord Robert Mair's foreword to the second edition of Disturbed Soil Properties
Disturbed Soil Properties and Geotechnical Design, Second edition describes the developments leading to the Original Cam Clay model, focusing on fundamentals of the shearing of soil. The first edition explained and illustrated fallacies in
Delay and Disruption Claims in Construction is a concise practical guide to the process of delay and disruption presentation and evaluation of claims. The book covers the basics of contract law, breaches of contract, delay and disruption, and resulting loss and expense. It also contains real life case studies with detailed analysis and assessment o
Author(s): Jo Strange, Nick Langdon and Alex Large
Publication date: 24 October 2016
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Contaminated Land Guidance provides authoritative guidance and up to date information to on the challenges associated with contamination on brownfield developments.
This fully updated edition summarises the key elements of current regulations and good practice as published in existing authoritative guidance documents prepared by key organisation
Geotechnical Finite Element Analysis provides the latest practical guidance and comprehensive explanations of applying finite element analysis (FEA) in geotechnical design – from planning and analysis, determining how the FEA relates to the design process and explaining the decisions that need to be made at each stage through to validation of resul
BIM in Healthcare Infrastructure explores the application and implementation of BIM technology in the planning, design and construction of healthcare infrastructure.
Incorporating BIM within an internationally-applicable framework, this highly-illustrated reference guide uses case study organisations to navigate the key challenges to implementin