Construction Waterproofing Handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 544 pages
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Select and install the right waterproofing system...the right way...every time.

Michael T. Kubal's Construction Waterproofing Handbook is an all-inclusive, project-simplifying guide for waterproofing and construction professionals. This comprehensive answer-packed resource is loaded with the up-to-date, clearly-defined information you need on every project, including work on the building envelope, below-grade, above-grade, and remedial waterproofing. You get information on materials, including:

Quality, maintenance and warranties
Sealants
Admixtures and expansion joints
Testing, leak investigation and detection
Safety issues
And more

You'll find:
*Well-illustrated installation procedures
*Detail plans and specifications
*Inspection techniques and checklist
*and much, much more

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Contents

BelowGrade Waterproofing 2 1
2-1
AboveGrade Waterproofing 3 1
3-1
Choosing the Appropriate Sealer 3 11
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Architectural Forensics
Sam Kubba
Limited preview - 2008

About the author (2000)

Michael T. Kubal (Charlotte, NC) is Chief Operating Officer, A. J. Jones Construction Company. Extensive experience in project management on multimillion dollar building projects and as a supervisor of renovations and historic restorations. He is the author of Waterproofing the Building Envelope and Engineered Quality in Construction published by McGraw-Hill.

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