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|Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection
A practical, applied introduction to inspecting building structures, site work, and civil engineering projects. There has been no focused guidebook for the ongoing and continual inspection of civil engineering projects to ensure these projects meet the expectations of everyone involved, until now!
Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection offers expert tools and advice on construction inspection for buildings and civil engineering projects, including construction of roads, highways, pipelines, reservoirs, water and wastewater projects, hydroelectric, and other large engineered projects.
More than 150 informative illustrations supplement expert coverage of the activities and processes involved in observing and documenting a project through the construction phase�from initial site work and geotechnical work to major engineered structural systems in concrete and steel, and project acceptance by the owner. Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection also makes it easier for an inspector to make on-site decisions, as the need arises, in line with the expectations of the owner and the owner's design team.
Drawn from nearly eight decades of the authors' experience, Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection is an essential, long-awaited guide for students in construction, civil, and architectural engineering; contractors and engineers in professional certification programs; and civil engineers, architects, general contractors, attorneys specializing in construction law, and insurers and underwriters in the construction industry.
Recommended Reading for the Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector (CPII)
Author: Edward R. Fisk and Randy R. Rapp
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Format: Hard Cover
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