Construction Codes & Inspection Handbook

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 14, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 638 pages
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Ensure code compliance, accurate calculations, and quality, while saving time and money

Comprehensive, practical, and visual, this resource provides you with instant access to job-critical information.

    600 tables, charts, checklists and calculations for quick look-up
  • Provides job-critical data on every major building code, including the IBC (International Building Code) -- the world's most widely adopted building code
  • Jargon-free explanations clarify complex codes
  • Covers construction procedures and standards for commercial and industrial projects

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Contents

2 Design Quality Control Checklists
13
3 Sitework
35
4 Concrete
87
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Gil L. Taylor has worked in the construction industry for more than 24 years, holding such positions as Project/Construction Manager for the Design/Build Division of Mason & Hanger Engineering, Kentucky State Resident Inspector, and Project Engineer for Takenaka International USA -- one of Engineering News Record's "Top 25" design/build firms. He belongs to several professional construction organizations, including the International Code Council (ICC). He is an ICC-certified building inspector as well as an ICC-certified inspector in electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and residential one- and two-family codes. He is the author of several books and manuals on construction and code issues, including the Up to Code series, published by McGraw-Hill in 2005. He lives in Lexington, Kentucky.

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