BIM for Project Managers is a concise practical guide which shows how cutting-edge BIM related technologies can facilitate the successful management of construction and infrastructure projects. Focused specifically on core project management topic areas, the book shows how BIM can act as a catalyst for key project management functions in constructi
Physical models have been an essential design tool for architecture, building design and urban projects, aiding design development from conception to realisation. Despite digitalisation, physical modelling remains a vital design tool.
In Physical Modelling for Architecture and Building Design, Olga Popovic Larsen explores the role of physical mo
The International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction 2019 (ICSIC) brings together world-leading academics and practitioners from the fields of infrastructure planning, asset management and sensing.
BIM in Principle and in Practice, now in its third edition, is an indispensable guide to BIM principles and techniques. It provides clear explanations of core concepts, and answers many of the common questions that are asked about BIM.;
In contrast to other narrowly focused guidance on BIM, this book offers a straightforward overview of BIM fund
Geotechnical Finite Element Analysis provides the latest practical guidance and comprehensive explanations of applying finite element analysis (FEA) in geotechnical design – from planning and analysis, determining how the FEA relates to the design process and explaining the decisions that need to be made at each stage through to validation of resul
BIM in Healthcare Infrastructure explores the application and implementation of BIM technology in the planning, design and construction of healthcare infrastructure.
Incorporating BIM within an internationally-applicable framework, this highly-illustrated reference guide uses case study organisations to navigate the key challenges to implementin
Author(s): Subhamoy Bhattacharya, Sourav Ghosh, Domenico Lombardi and Nicholas A. Alexander
Publication date: 17 August 2015
Stock level:In stock
Fundamentals of Engineering Mathematics bridges the gap between school mathematics and a first year engineering degree providing students with an essential foundation of skills that will be valuable throughout their academic career and beyond. The book covers the key areas including algebra, trigonometry and calculus as well as more detailed covera
Author(s): H Macdonald Steels, Institution of Civil Engineers
Publication date: 01 February 1999
Stock level:Low stock
The demand for a second edition of this highly practical book proves that there remains a need for answers to the most frequently asked questions by trainees and their mentors throughout the construction industry, which still seems reluctant to train employees for any role apart from the one originally envisaged for them. Constant restructuring and