The Building systems integration handbook
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1986 - Architecture - 445 pages
Prepared & Sponsored by the American Institute of Architects, this practical new handbook contains approximately 450 pages of vital technical data, hundreds of illustrations, charts & tables & all the latest, proven technology, materials & design ideas. It serves as a text or reference for graduate or undergraduate courses in architecture, interior design, engineering & contracting.
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