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  • BIM in Principle and in Practice, 2nd Edition
  • Covering the principles behind building information modelling (BIM), its current use in practice and how it may develop in the future, BIM in Principle and in Practice provides construction professionals with an overview of this emerging field to enable informed discussions with clients and colleagues.

    BIM is a managed approach to the creation, collation and exchange of shared intelligent and structured data and information across a project. As its use grows there is an increasing need for construction practitioners to understand the principles behind it and how work practices must change to accommodate it. Full collaboration across the entire project team and standardised, well-structured information are at the heart of BIM and will enable enormous efficiencies in the construction industry. BIM in Principle and in Practice is intended to assist in understanding BIM and how it can be used and to provide answers to many of the common questions.

    Benefits of BIM in Principle and Practice, Second Edition:

    • - Completely up-to-date information on the emerging practice of BIM to inform construction professionals
    • - Applicable to the UK and international market for companies working internationally
    • - Practical guide to contemporary BIM principles and use, with illustrative case studies
    • - Relevant to all companies and all projects, whatever their size
    • - Provides a vision for the future of BIM development and new forms of contract that may be required
    • - Updated to include UK Government Strategy for 2016 – 2025, updates to PAS 1192 and BS 1192 documents, Digital Scanning of existing buildings, Digital Plan of Works, Other BIM Model types for specific purposes (services, IT, electrics etc.), Development of BIM Protocols and ‘contracts’ and/or contract terms, Insurances being used, the development of BIM in the EU and internationally, and to include case studies

    Providing insight for all construction professionals – consultants, contractors, sub-contractors, designers, architects, project managers, surveyors, site managers, facilities managers, lawyers – and their clients, and relevant to all companies and projects, whatever their size and geographical market, the advice and illustrative case studies within this book form the ultimate practical guide to current practice and a valuable vision for the future.

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  • Global Risk Assessment and Strategic Planning: An introduction and facilitator’s guide to the GRASP Methodology
  • GRASP is a combined risk-based methodology for management planning and decision making in projects. GRASP uses multi-stakeholder perspectives to enlarge the project team’s knowledge base and increase awareness of the circumstances in which the project can make real progress. 

    The book provides a practical, infinitely scalable process for managing project risk, improving project delivery planning and executing stakeholder engagement programmes; all intended to increase the likelihood of better project outcomes. As a 'how-to' manual, the book combines user-friendly information with examples that allow a practitioner to use the GRASP methodology in an efficient and effective manner.

    Global Risk Assessment and Strategic Planning:

    • - delivers a flexible, methodological approach to create a richer picture of a project for all parties operating at any level in the participating organisation

    • - helps improve managers’ ability to plan, assess and understand their projects and the risks inherent in them
    • - provides managers with a more informed view of their project, which in turn helps them to make more informed decisions
    • - contributes to a manager’s toolkit by being an essential and practical everyday facilitation aid.

    GRASP has been designed to promote a culture of openness and positive attitudes to risk, stakeholder engagement and problem solving within projects. The methodology has been developed over several years and is in regular use by a number of forward-looking project sponsors and project management teams.

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  • Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers, 4th edition
  • Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers (fourth edition) provides a comprehensive guide to the constituent parts of the ICE Professional Review process, ideal for those engineers nearing the completion of their Initial Professional Development.

    Working logically through the review process, the chapters ensure that the review candidate is provided with an in-depth understanding of the criteria by which he or she will be assessed and how to demonstrate these in the final professional review.

    Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers details how any candidate, from any background, might consider demonstrating the attributes which the reviewers are seeking. It offers many suggestions, examples and anecdotes to assist and guide each individual as they set about achieving success.

    Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers:

    • - provides a complete understanding of the methodology involved for a successful professional review
    • - defines the basic knowledge of the breadth of understanding required for the review
    • - includes numerous examples and anecdotes to assist the candidate
    • - offers invaluable guidance and advice on further individual research for the reader’s own professional development
    • - contains guidance on key topics to focus the candidate on how to approach the review

    Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers is invaluable reading for graduates and technicians preparing for professional review, students of civil engineering, supervising civil engineers, and training managers.
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  • ICE manual of health and safety in construction, 2nd edition
  • Part of the ICE manuals series, ICE manual of health and safety in construction, Second edition is the essential reference for clients, project managers, designers, contractors and sub-contractors.

    Written and edited by experts from industry and academia this manual offers invaluable practical guidance for identifying and managing hazards through all stages of the construction process. ICE manual of health and safety in construction covers the key principles and techniques of maintaining the safety and health of workers and others involved in or affected by the planning, construction, maintenance or eventual demolition of construction projects.

    Key features:

    • - Internationally applicable practical advice is illustrated using case study examples
    • - Explains how to design safer projects to minimize and manage hazards to workers and the public
    • - Summary of main points at the end of every chapter
    • - Suggested further reading and useful websites for each topic

    ICE manual of health and safety in construction demonstrates that considering the health, safety and welfare of workers and the public is a key tenet to implementing and executing a successful construction project. This manual is an authoritative, highly practical reference for practising engineers, technicians and other construction professionals and a comprehensive overview of the topic for stude

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Most read recently across all our journals and books:

  • 1. Shear capacity of reinforced concrete corbels using mechanism analysis (492 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Keun-Hyeok Yang; Ashraf F. Ashour
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  • 2. Experiences of dry soil mixing in highly organic soils (395 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Martin J. Timoney; Bryan A. McCabe; Alan L. Bell
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  • 3. Management Decisions for Engineers (247 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): James Parkin
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  • 4. Designers' Guide to Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Buildings (125 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): L Gardner, D Nethercot
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  • 5. Soil stability and flow slides in unsaturated shallow slopes: can saturation events trigger liquefaction processes? (118 Article downloads)
    Author(s): G. BUSCARNERA; C. DI PRISCO
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  • 6. How Eurocode 7 has affected geotechnical design: a review (116 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Trevor L. L. Orr
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  • 7. Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers (104 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): H Macdonald Steels
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  • 8. Stiffness and damage in masonry bridges (102 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Bill Harvey
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  • 9. A Short Course in Soil and Rock Slope Engineering (97 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): N. Simons
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  • 10. Designers Guide to Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures (96 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): RP JOHNSON
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