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
This special issue of Civil Engineering includes nine papers exploring aspects of research and practice. Topics covered include the development of a new composite flooring system installed in the iconic Leadenhall building in central London, UK, the use of timber in civil engineering, geogrids for transport as well as the funding of research by the
Author(s): J.D. Hill, Glynn Rhodes and Steve Vollar
Publication date: 27 November 2013
The Car Park Designers' Handbook provides essential guidance on those aspects of planning and design that will enable car parks to function efficiently and economically whilst being user-friendly.
The new edition is a comprehensive reference tool which distils over 35 years of specialist knowledge and experience in car park design, repair and im
Intelligent Buildings is a comprehensive guide to the latest knowledge on the design, construction, management and technology of intelligent buildings and cities for sustainable developments that meet the needs of users now and in the future. Intelligent buildings are functional, economical, adaptable and sustainable, responding to the needs of the
Author(s): Michael Fardis, Basil Kolias and Alain Pecker (series editor Haig Gulvanessian)
Publication date: 23 November 2012
Designers' Guide to Eurocode 8: Design of Bridges for Earthquake Resistance covers Part 2 Bridges of EN 1998 Design of structures for earthquake resistance which is the standard for use in the seismic design of bridges in which horizontal seismic actions are mainly resisted through bending of the piers or at the abutments, and the seismic design of
Part of the ICE manuals series, ICE Manual of Structural Design is the essential reference for all structural engineers involved in the design of buildings and other structures. The manual takes a project oriented approach, covering key issues that design professionals face at the outset of a project such as sustainability, risk management and how
Author(s): Torsten Höglund and Phil Tindall (series editor Haig Gulvanessian)
Publication date: 24 July 2012
Designer's Guide to Eurocode 9 covers the design of building and civil engineering works made from wrought and cast aluminium alloys. While aluminium is a lesser-used material, Eurocode 9 is a complicated document and there is currently very little guidance to its use.
The latest addition to the bestselling Designers' Guide series addresses the
Author(s): Haig Gulvanessian, Jean-Armand Calgaro and Milan Holický
Publication date: 07 March 2012
Eurocode 0, EN 1990: Basis of Structural Design is considered the primary document in the Eurocode suite which establishes for the structural Eurocodes the principles and requirements for safety and serviceability of structures. More importantly, EN 1990 must be applied whenever the Eurocodes 1 to 9 are used.
This Designers' Guide was one of the
This series of Designers' Guides to the Eurocodes provides comprehensive guidance in the form of design aids, indications for the most convenient design procedures and worked examples. The books also include background information to aid the designer in understanding the reasoning behind and the objectives of the codes. All of the individual guides
This second Civil Engineering special issue about the London 2012 Olympics project describes the physical delivery of key assets on the Olympic Park. The nine papers discuss how each of the project teams for the major infrastructure and venues projects individually responded to the briefs set by ODA and the challenges of design and construction.