Uniclass - unified classification for the construction industry

Publication Year
1997

Document Status
Red 
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Abstract

Uniclass (Unified Classification for the Construction Industry) is a classification scheme for organising library materials, and structuring product literature and project information for the construction industry. It incorporates both CAWS (Common Arrangement of Work Sections for building works) and EPIC (Electronic Product Co-operation). It is also intended to replace CI/SfB. The Uniclass scheme is detailed in this publication.


ISBN

1859460313


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RIBA Publishing

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