3) P7 Describe the manufacturing processes. 4) P8 Describe important properties and features of construction materials. 5) P9 Explain how construction materials can deteriorate. 6) P10 Explain preventative and remedial techniques. 7) M3 Make and support valid decisions relating to the specification of materials for a Tutor – provided application.
In this report you will find a number of examples about how we store documents, what documents we use, the company standards, some examples of templates and some instructions about how to use certain templates and macros etc. The first part of the report should include background information on Green Heaters organizational requirements for document storage as you will need to identify minimum standards to follow in information entry, storage, output, quality, design and production. Information
[pic] Assignment Brief – BTEC Construction Programmes |Student name: |Ross Flavin |Group: |A | |Course Title: |Level 3 Construction Built Environment |Course Code: |C899 | |Unit Title: |1: Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction and the Built Environment | |Tutor: |David Eaton |Issue date: |29 September 2014 | |
NT1310 Unit 7 Lab 1: Building a New Structure – Safety Plan Mark Hernandez ITT Technical Institute – San Bernardino Thursday, 6:00 pm Building a New Structure – Safety Plan When forming a safety plan for a construction project there are several aspects of the job to consider, the scope of the work to be done, the personnel that will be on the job site, standard operating procedures that should be followed, and what safety equipment will be required. The first thing that needs to be established before developing your plan is a description of the project and key dates of the project. Key personnel should be identified, such as the client, designers, sub-contractors, etc. You should also determine where the safety plan will be located and how to insure access to it by any and all personnel. The next step is to identify risks that will need to be managed during course of the job.
The ANSI/TIA-568-C and ISO/IEC 11801 Ed. 2 standards assume that the network architecture uses a hierarchical star topology as its physical configuration. This is the configuration you will most likely be involved in as you begin cabling commercial buildings. The ANSI/TIA-568-C standard specifies the use of the hierarchical star network; however, there are several ways of implementing this. Master It 1.
Chapter 6.3 – Entering Logic into your project. STEP1. • Use the Network view to place Finish-Start (FS) dependencies between the task boxes in the following sequence: NEW LOGIC CHAIN 1 ERECT SITE FENCE 2 CLEARING AND PREPARATION OF SITE 3 BULK EXCAVATION 4 FWK - CONT FOOTING 5 REBAR CONT FOOTING 6 FWK - SPEAD FOOTING 7 REBAR - SPREAD FOOTING 8 CONC - SPREAD FOOTING 9 REBAR - SOG 10 CONC - CONT FOOTING 11 EDGE FWK - SOG 12 CONC - SOG NEW LOGIC CHAIN 13 FWK - FLOOR SLAB 14 REBAR - FLOOR SLAB 15 CONC - FLOOR SLAB 16 REBAR - COLUMN 17 FWK - COLUMN 18 CONC - COLUMN 19 FWK - BEAM 20 REBAR - BEAM 21 CONC - BEAM 22 INTERNAL BLOCK WALL 23 DRYWALL 24 FURNISHING NEW LOGIC CHAIN 25 INSTALL STAIRS STEP2 Switch to the Flowline view and let’s
SRQ 762 COST PLANNING Supplement on Assignments 2012 School of Architecture and Building Faculty of Science and Technology Deakin University Page 1 of 8 CONTENTS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ASSIGNMENTS Assignment 1 (20%) Assignment 2 (40%) Balancing time, cost and quality or expansion of information Preliminary cost plan Page 2 of 8 IMPORTANT INFORMATION This supplement should be read carefully in association with the Unit Outline contained in the Cost Planning Study Guide. Details of the two assignments which you are required to answer as espoused in this supplement. It is very important that you submit each assignment by the due dates given below. Week 5: Assignment 1: Week 10: Assignment 2: Due: Monday 6th August 2012 by 3pm AEST Due: Monday 10th September 2012 by 3pm AEST All assignments demand a practical and professional approach to their presentation. The content, presentation and form of expression
Qcf247 Cross reference for qcf 252 Types of ppe and safety/warning notices were used: Hard hat, steel toe cap boots, gloves, hi vis vest,harness, scaff step Crowd barriers, men working overhead signs, scaffold being erected signs Info we received at start of the job: Job pack- this includes method statement, risk assessment, dimensions of the job, location of the job 45ft independent for roofers to felt,batton and tile the front porches on 3 plots at taylor wimpey swaffham Basing out: We spoke to the site agent to confirm location of the job on site, we walked the ground to ensure it was level and compacted type 1 hard crush, the fork lift moved our stillages and bins closer to the job to reduce the manual handling required. We layed sole boards (minimum size 225x38x450mm) along the work surface in pairs at 6ft spacings, we continued this along the whole base of the job we then layed base plate & double at every sole board, at this point my mate layed swivels starting with 2 at the first set of sole boards then missing a set and then laying 2 he continued this along the whole base of the job. He also layed 2 extra swivel every 5th bay for the façade bracing. I then layed 2 extra doubles where the swivels were for the abberdeen transoms, At this point we layed out our ledgers starting with a 21 on the inside and a 16 on the out so that our sleeves were staggered,we then layed 2 more 21,s out then a 3ft butt on the inside and a 8ft on the out side, we put sleeves at the joints, At this point we stood up our inside standards and put onto baseplates they were 16ft tubes at this point we roughly put a double at 2m the labourer passed us the inside ledger, we put into doubles the labourer then took my level and went to the middle of the 21 and leveld my mate into me, at this point the labourer passed me a a 5 ft and a 8 ft , he then held the 5ft
GCSE Product Design specification tips Your Design Specification is a statement that says what your initial design ideas must do in order to be successful. Select the appropriate specifications for your project and write them as a list of bullet points under the following headings below: • Timescale o What is your timescale? The coursework must be completed by when? You finished 3D product by when? • Target market o Who is the client, person, user group that the design is aimed at?
Title: Planning for sustainable development: Case study – Mauritius Principal Speaker Baguant-Moonshiram, Yashwaree Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Mauritius; firstname.lastname@example.org Authors: Doobur, R., Nowbuth, M. D. & Baguant-Moonshiram, Y. Paper Type: Oral paper Extended Abstract Town and country planning is essentially a matter of resolving conflicts between different land users and ensuring that various demands made upon limited land resources are met in an orderly fashion (Ardill, 1974). Brundtland report (1987) has defined the term sustainable development as the development that meets the needs for the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainable development and planning is structured essentially around three main elements; economic growth, social development and environmental protection. While development is associated with social development, it is also associated with environmental disasters if the development is not well planned.