Builder's Portable Handbook

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 352 pages
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Builders' go-anywhere answer book. When you're out on a job site and need answers to your code or technical questions, literature back at the office is no help. Builder's Portable Handbook, by August W. Domel, Jr., is a johnny-on-the-spot tool small enough (50 x 80) to travel along with you, yet big enough to pack all the help you need to avoid mistakes, code violations, and wasted time and money. It's loaded with vital information on materials, concrete...wood...masonry...and steel. You get soil, safety and load data...calculations...code requirements for residential and commercial buildings...and more, all organized in CSI MasterFormat. There's even plenty of note-taking space in this take-along treasure.

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Contents

Chapter 4Loads Forces Deflections
4-4
Chapter 5Concrete
5-5
Chapter 6Masonry
6-6
Copyright

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August W. Domel, Jr., Ph.D., S.E., P.E., is structural engineering manager at an engineering consulting firm specializing in construction-related legal issues and failure investigations. Also an adjunct professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology, he holds degrees in law and structural/civil engineering from Loyola University and the University of Chicago, respectively. Other books by Domel include Engineering for Contractors, Residential Contracting, and Legal Manual for Residential Construction. He resides in Dundee, Illinois.

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