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The engineer's manual of construction site planning / Juri Sutt, Irene Lill, Olev Muursepp.

By: Sutt, Jüri.
Contributor(s): Lill, Irene | Müürsepp, Olev, 1936-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex, UK : Wiley Blackwell, 2013Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118556078; 1118556070; 9781118556061; 1118556062; 9781118556085; 1118556089; 9781118556054; 1118556054; 1118556097; 9781118556092; 9781299649750; 1299649750.Other title: Manual of construction site planning.Subject(s): Building sites -- Planning -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Building -- Superintendence -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Civil engineering -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Building -- Superintendence -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Building sites -- Planning -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Civil engineering -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Construction -- General | Building sites -- Planning | Building -- Superintendence | Civil engineeringGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Handbooks and manuals. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Engineer's manual of construction site planning.DDC classification: 692/.1 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
The Engineer's Manual of Construction Site Planning; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; About the Authors; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1 Initial data; 1.1 The project (design) documentation; 1.2 The bill of quantities and the bill of activities; 1.3 Job descriptions and specifications; 1.4 The contract conditions set out in the bidding invitation documents; 1.5 The report of the construction site inspection; Chapter 2 Outline of site management planning in the bidding stage; 2.1 The goal; 2.2 The explanatory note; 2.3 Construction site layout.
2.4 The construction time schedule2.5 Cost estimation of temporary works and construction site set-up; Chapter 3 Outline of site management after contract signature; 3.1 The goal; 3.2 Initial data; 3.3 Construction site layout; 3.4 Construction scheduling; 3.5 Calculation of site work quantities and estimate of costs; Chapter 4 Suggestions for choosing construction cranes; 4.1 General; 4.2 Selection and positioning of tower cranes; 4.2.1 Selection of tower cranes; 4.2.2 Positioning the crane; 4.2.3 Crane impact areas; 4.2.4 Using several tower cranes simultaneously.
4.3 Selection and impact areas of mobile cranes4.3.1 Selection of mobile crane; 4.3.2 Work of the mobile crane by a recess; 4.3.3 Mobile crane impact range; 4.4 Cranes working near overhead power lines; 4.5 Hoist danger area; 4.6 Operating cranes near buildings in use; 4.7 Restrictions on crane work; 4.8 Working in the danger area; Chapter 5 Suggestions for calculating resource requirements; 5.1 Construction site temporary roads; 5.2 Construction site storage; 5.2.1 General principles; 5.2.2 Determining the storage space allocation; 5.2.3 Selection of storage locations.
5.3 Temporary buildings5.4 Temporary water supply; 5.5 Temporary heating supply; 5.5.1 General principles; 5.5.2 Calculation of heat energy requirements; 5.5.3 Sources of temporary heating supply; 5.6 Temporary power supply; 5.6.1 General principles; 5.6.2 Calculation of electricity load requirement; 5.7 Construction site lighting; 5.8 Construction site transport; 5.8.1 General principles; 5.8.2 Calculation of vehicles allocation for car transport; 5.9 Load take up devices; 5.10 Construction site fencing; Chapter 6 On-site safety requirements; 6.1 General basics and responsibilities.
6.2 The duties of building contractors6.3 The obligations and rights of the labourer; 6.4 Ensuring safety on the construction site; 6.4.1 General; 6.4.2 Safety requirements in a work zone; 6.4.3 Special requirements for assembly works; 6.4.4 Special requirements for work in pits, wells, in tunnels and earthworks and underground; 6.4.5 Special requirements for working at height and on roofs; 6.4.6 Special requirements for demolition work; 6.4.7 Ventilation in the workplace; 6.4.8 Emergency exits from the workplace; Chapter 7 Requirements for work equipment; 7.1 General requirements.
Summary: This handbook addresses problems facing the engineer when preparing to build, both during the contract bidding phase and after a contract has been concluded. It offers clear guidelines for planning the resources and machinery on site, as well as the safe positioning of roads, cranes, storage and temporary buildings. Site planning activities are presented here in logical sequence, offering an efficient and safe design of the construction site and of the temporary works. The book describes the process of engineering preparation of on-site construction works in all phases of the co.
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The Engineer's Manual of Construction Site Planning; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; About the Authors; Preface; Introduction; Chapter 1 Initial data; 1.1 The project (design) documentation; 1.2 The bill of quantities and the bill of activities; 1.3 Job descriptions and specifications; 1.4 The contract conditions set out in the bidding invitation documents; 1.5 The report of the construction site inspection; Chapter 2 Outline of site management planning in the bidding stage; 2.1 The goal; 2.2 The explanatory note; 2.3 Construction site layout.

2.4 The construction time schedule2.5 Cost estimation of temporary works and construction site set-up; Chapter 3 Outline of site management after contract signature; 3.1 The goal; 3.2 Initial data; 3.3 Construction site layout; 3.4 Construction scheduling; 3.5 Calculation of site work quantities and estimate of costs; Chapter 4 Suggestions for choosing construction cranes; 4.1 General; 4.2 Selection and positioning of tower cranes; 4.2.1 Selection of tower cranes; 4.2.2 Positioning the crane; 4.2.3 Crane impact areas; 4.2.4 Using several tower cranes simultaneously.

4.3 Selection and impact areas of mobile cranes4.3.1 Selection of mobile crane; 4.3.2 Work of the mobile crane by a recess; 4.3.3 Mobile crane impact range; 4.4 Cranes working near overhead power lines; 4.5 Hoist danger area; 4.6 Operating cranes near buildings in use; 4.7 Restrictions on crane work; 4.8 Working in the danger area; Chapter 5 Suggestions for calculating resource requirements; 5.1 Construction site temporary roads; 5.2 Construction site storage; 5.2.1 General principles; 5.2.2 Determining the storage space allocation; 5.2.3 Selection of storage locations.

5.3 Temporary buildings5.4 Temporary water supply; 5.5 Temporary heating supply; 5.5.1 General principles; 5.5.2 Calculation of heat energy requirements; 5.5.3 Sources of temporary heating supply; 5.6 Temporary power supply; 5.6.1 General principles; 5.6.2 Calculation of electricity load requirement; 5.7 Construction site lighting; 5.8 Construction site transport; 5.8.1 General principles; 5.8.2 Calculation of vehicles allocation for car transport; 5.9 Load take up devices; 5.10 Construction site fencing; Chapter 6 On-site safety requirements; 6.1 General basics and responsibilities.

6.2 The duties of building contractors6.3 The obligations and rights of the labourer; 6.4 Ensuring safety on the construction site; 6.4.1 General; 6.4.2 Safety requirements in a work zone; 6.4.3 Special requirements for assembly works; 6.4.4 Special requirements for work in pits, wells, in tunnels and earthworks and underground; 6.4.5 Special requirements for working at height and on roofs; 6.4.6 Special requirements for demolition work; 6.4.7 Ventilation in the workplace; 6.4.8 Emergency exits from the workplace; Chapter 7 Requirements for work equipment; 7.1 General requirements.

This handbook addresses problems facing the engineer when preparing to build, both during the contract bidding phase and after a contract has been concluded. It offers clear guidelines for planning the resources and machinery on site, as well as the safe positioning of roads, cranes, storage and temporary buildings. Site planning activities are presented here in logical sequence, offering an efficient and safe design of the construction site and of the temporary works. The book describes the process of engineering preparation of on-site construction works in all phases of the co.

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